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Aero-TV: Sandel's SN3500/4500 -- Revolutionary and Reversionary

Versatile Electronic Displays Offer Extensive Reversionary Talents

The highly regarded SN3500 Primary Navigation Display is a sunlight readable, ultra-wide-angle LED backlit display which combines advanced navigation capabilities with a full range of safety functions. The offers improved situational awareness by presenting compass, map, flight plan and RMI data in a bright, crisp, easy-to-read format. It is also available with a night vision option.

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Incorporating the equivalent of a four-inch screen in a three-inch instrument, the SN3500 improves situational awareness by presenting compass, map, flight plan and RMI data in a bright, crisp, easy-to-read format. Now with LED backlighting, our SN3500 is a proven and reliable upgrade. And as a drop-in replacement for your current 3-inch HSI, the SN3500 is both an easy and affordable retrofit.

The new SN4500 4x4 Primary Navigation Display is a bigger cousin to the SN3500 and upgrades the cockpit with the bright, wide-angle display technology found in the latest generation of aircraft. Boasting a high-reliability LED backlight, the SN4500's display outperforms CRT and LCD screens, yielding unprecedented readability and ease of use. Simplifying navigation, the SN4500 also enhances safety with its standard Stormscope, traffic, and datalink weather interfaces.

For both these units, Sandel has introduced a 'Reversionary Attitude' for the SN3500 and SN4500 Primary Navigation Displays. With this new safety feature, you can call up an attitude display on the SN3500/SN4500 at the flip of a switch while retaining heading and navigational information. Attitude information is provided by Sandel’s solid-state SG102 AHRS.

Reversionary Attitude has been available since as a software upgrade option for a few months and requires a Sandel SG102 AHRS. SN3500 units with serial number below 2000 will require an upgrade to LED backlighting.

Aero-TV Gets Briefed On The Reversionary Revolution At Sandel!

FMI: www.sandel.com, www.aero-tv.net, www.youtube.com/aerotvnetwork, http://twitter.com/AeroNews

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