Precision Aviation PAI-700 14-Volt Vertical Card Compass

Our Part #: SGP144920
Manufacture Part #: PAI-700-14V
Our Price: $451.15 (Each)
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Product Attributes

Country of Origin
United States
Shipping Weight
1.3 pounds
ECCN
9A991.d
Manufacturer P/N
PAI-700-14V
Schedule B Code
9014.90.0000
Pack Quantity
1
Ship Dimensions
8 x 8 x 8 inches
The most obvious and primary advantage of the PAI-700 Vertical Card Magnetic Compass over fluid damped compasses is the easy-to-steer-by presentation! At a glance the aero designed lubber line on the lens enables one to view the entire 360 degree dial in its proper relation to flight.

et Us Clarify li>es, the PAI-700 Vertical Card Compass does satisfy the FAA requirement that each aircraft must have a magnetic compass.

  • es, the PAI-700 is magnet driven thus it is subject to lead and lag, however, these tendencies are greatly reduced due to the absence of pendulosity.
  • es, it is inherently stable due to the use of eddy current damping which is a natural phenomenon built into the basic design.
  • o, the magnet cannot be pulled out of the gimbal, due to the use of a jeweled limit pin, which allows the compass to be flown inverted. However, this myth concerning pulling the magnet out of the gimbal showed up sometime back in an article and was later propagated via the internet in an article titled "Our Ally, The Magnetic Compass".

    The PAI-700 Vertical Card Compass is manufactured exclusively by Precision Aviation, Inc. under authorization by the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, citing 14CFR-21 and TSO C7c Type 1 Directional Instrument, Non-Stabilized.

    Need a compass mount or a replacement compass light bulb? Check out our selection by clicking on the links!

  • Product Attributes

    Approvals and Conformities

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    1.3 pounds
    ECCN
    9A991.d
    Manufacturer P/N
    PAI-700-14V
    Schedule B Code
    9014.90.0000
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    8 x 8 x 8 inches
    The most obvious and primary advantage of the PAI-700 Vertical Card Magnetic Compass over fluid damped compasses is the easy-to-steer-by presentation! At a glance the aero designed lubber line on the lens enables one to view the entire 360 degree dial in its proper relation to flight.

    et Us Clarify li>es, the PAI-700 Vertical Card Compass does satisfy the FAA requirement that each aircraft must have a magnetic compass.

  • es, the PAI-700 is magnet driven thus it is subject to lead and lag, however, these tendencies are greatly reduced due to the absence of pendulosity.
  • es, it is inherently stable due to the use of eddy current damping which is a natural phenomenon built into the basic design.
  • o, the magnet cannot be pulled out of the gimbal, due to the use of a jeweled limit pin, which allows the compass to be flown inverted. However, this myth concerning pulling the magnet out of the gimbal showed up sometime back in an article and was later propagated via the internet in an article titled "Our Ally, The Magnetic Compass".

    The PAI-700 Vertical Card Compass is manufactured exclusively by Precision Aviation, Inc. under authorization by the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, citing 14CFR-21 and TSO C7c Type 1 Directional Instrument, Non-Stabilized.

    Need a compass mount or a replacement compass light bulb? Check out our selection by clicking on the links!

  • Description

    Approvals and Conformities

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    1.3 pounds
    ECCN
    9A991.d
    Manufacturer P/N
    PAI-700-14V
    Schedule B Code
    9014.90.0000
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    8 x 8 x 8 inches
    The most obvious and primary advantage of the PAI-700 Vertical Card Magnetic Compass over fluid damped compasses is the easy-to-steer-by presentation! At a glance the aero designed lubber line on the lens enables one to view the entire 360 degree dial in its proper relation to flight.

    et Us Clarify li>es, the PAI-700 Vertical Card Compass does satisfy the FAA requirement that each aircraft must have a magnetic compass.

  • es, the PAI-700 is magnet driven thus it is subject to lead and lag, however, these tendencies are greatly reduced due to the absence of pendulosity.
  • es, it is inherently stable due to the use of eddy current damping which is a natural phenomenon built into the basic design.
  • o, the magnet cannot be pulled out of the gimbal, due to the use of a jeweled limit pin, which allows the compass to be flown inverted. However, this myth concerning pulling the magnet out of the gimbal showed up sometime back in an article and was later propagated via the internet in an article titled "Our Ally, The Magnetic Compass".

    The PAI-700 Vertical Card Compass is manufactured exclusively by Precision Aviation, Inc. under authorization by the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, citing 14CFR-21 and TSO C7c Type 1 Directional Instrument, Non-Stabilized.

    Need a compass mount or a replacement compass light bulb? Check out our selection by clicking on the links!

  • Approvals and Conformities

    Approvals and Conformities

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    1.3 pounds
    ECCN
    9A991.d
    Manufacturer P/N
    PAI-700-14V
    Schedule B Code
    9014.90.0000
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    8 x 8 x 8 inches
    The most obvious and primary advantage of the PAI-700 Vertical Card Magnetic Compass over fluid damped compasses is the easy-to-steer-by presentation! At a glance the aero designed lubber line on the lens enables one to view the entire 360 degree dial in its proper relation to flight.

    et Us Clarify li>es, the PAI-700 Vertical Card Compass does satisfy the FAA requirement that each aircraft must have a magnetic compass.

  • es, the PAI-700 is magnet driven thus it is subject to lead and lag, however, these tendencies are greatly reduced due to the absence of pendulosity.
  • es, it is inherently stable due to the use of eddy current damping which is a natural phenomenon built into the basic design.
  • o, the magnet cannot be pulled out of the gimbal, due to the use of a jeweled limit pin, which allows the compass to be flown inverted. However, this myth concerning pulling the magnet out of the gimbal showed up sometime back in an article and was later propagated via the internet in an article titled "Our Ally, The Magnetic Compass".

    The PAI-700 Vertical Card Compass is manufactured exclusively by Precision Aviation, Inc. under authorization by the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, citing 14CFR-21 and TSO C7c Type 1 Directional Instrument, Non-Stabilized.

    Need a compass mount or a replacement compass light bulb? Check out our selection by clicking on the links!

  • Product Attributes

    Approvals and Conformities

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    1.3 pounds
    ECCN
    9A991.d
    Manufacturer P/N
    PAI-700-14V
    Schedule B Code
    9014.90.0000
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    8 x 8 x 8 inches
    The most obvious and primary advantage of the PAI-700 Vertical Card Magnetic Compass over fluid damped compasses is the easy-to-steer-by presentation! At a glance the aero designed lubber line on the lens enables one to view the entire 360 degree dial in its proper relation to flight.

    et Us Clarify li>es, the PAI-700 Vertical Card Compass does satisfy the FAA requirement that each aircraft must have a magnetic compass.

  • es, the PAI-700 is magnet driven thus it is subject to lead and lag, however, these tendencies are greatly reduced due to the absence of pendulosity.
  • es, it is inherently stable due to the use of eddy current damping which is a natural phenomenon built into the basic design.
  • o, the magnet cannot be pulled out of the gimbal, due to the use of a jeweled limit pin, which allows the compass to be flown inverted. However, this myth concerning pulling the magnet out of the gimbal showed up sometime back in an article and was later propagated via the internet in an article titled "Our Ally, The Magnetic Compass".

    The PAI-700 Vertical Card Compass is manufactured exclusively by Precision Aviation, Inc. under authorization by the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, citing 14CFR-21 and TSO C7c Type 1 Directional Instrument, Non-Stabilized.

    Need a compass mount or a replacement compass light bulb? Check out our selection by clicking on the links!

  • Description

    Approvals and Conformities

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    1.3 pounds
    ECCN
    9A991.d
    Manufacturer P/N
    PAI-700-14V
    Schedule B Code
    9014.90.0000
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    8 x 8 x 8 inches
    The most obvious and primary advantage of the PAI-700 Vertical Card Magnetic Compass over fluid damped compasses is the easy-to-steer-by presentation! At a glance the aero designed lubber line on the lens enables one to view the entire 360 degree dial in its proper relation to flight.

    et Us Clarify li>es, the PAI-700 Vertical Card Compass does satisfy the FAA requirement that each aircraft must have a magnetic compass.

  • es, the PAI-700 is magnet driven thus it is subject to lead and lag, however, these tendencies are greatly reduced due to the absence of pendulosity.
  • es, it is inherently stable due to the use of eddy current damping which is a natural phenomenon built into the basic design.
  • o, the magnet cannot be pulled out of the gimbal, due to the use of a jeweled limit pin, which allows the compass to be flown inverted. However, this myth concerning pulling the magnet out of the gimbal showed up sometime back in an article and was later propagated via the internet in an article titled "Our Ally, The Magnetic Compass".

    The PAI-700 Vertical Card Compass is manufactured exclusively by Precision Aviation, Inc. under authorization by the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, citing 14CFR-21 and TSO C7c Type 1 Directional Instrument, Non-Stabilized.

    Need a compass mount or a replacement compass light bulb? Check out our selection by clicking on the links!