Provides a convenient visual method for identification of vibratory loosening or tampering in nuts, bolts, fasteners, and assemblies. Provides warranty protection against tampering. Marks will be easily broken if parts are tampered with or become loose. Highly visible under ambient light. Excellent adhesion to metal and other substrates.
- Safe for most surfaces
- Highly visible
- Excellent adhesion
- Visually detects loose nuts & bolts
- Provides warranty protection
- Orange, green, red, yellow and blue fluoresce under black/UV light.
- Boeing Specification: BMS8-45 Type II
Dry to touch/handle in 30-40 minutes.
80% curing occurs between 48-72 hours. Completion of curing takes place between 7-10 days.
Exposing to elevated temp- OR blowing hot air can speed up the drying/curing process.
1 TUBE $20.50, 5 TUBES $75.50 (includes Postage)
Pneumatic hose and fittings
|Item #||inc GST|
|HAR 002||SP6 Harness||$120.00|
|HAR 004||RDAC XF Harness||$120.00|
|HAR 005||ECB Harness||$120.00|
|HAR 007||AP Servo Harness||$120.00|
|HAR 008||Terminater CAN||$30.00|
|HAR 009||CAN Link Cable < 1500mm||$35.00|
|HAR 010||CAN Link Cable >1500mm - 4000mm||$40.00|
|HAR 011||CAN Link Cable > 4000mm||$45.00|
|HAR 012||Garrecht TX||$120.00|
|HAR 014||iEFIS Lite Power/CAN 2 Pug Set||$225.00|
|HAR 015||V6 VHF 2 Place Harness||$240.00|
|HAR 015B||V6/V10 1 Place Harness||$240.00|
|HAR 016||CO-AX Cable Cable 1 to 2 Meters||$38.50|
|HAR 017||SP7 Harness||$120.00|
|V10 Harness 4 Place||$440.00|
|V10 Harness 2 MGL V10 Direct||$295.00|
Magnetic field DC current measurement sensor
This sensor can be used to measure DC currents in aircraft power systems over a wide range: from less than +/-4A to as high as +/-120A, depending oninstallation and configuration.
The sensor connects to an EFIS system via spare RDAC inputs. Input terminals CHT1, CHT2, Oil pressure or Oil temperature can be used. Those same terminal positions can also be used on a second RDAC unit. If this is necessary, consider a low cost RDAC VD as second RDAC.
Voyager and Odyssey G1 and G2 EFIS systems can support up to 4 of these sensors while Enigma can support 2. These sensors can measure currents bi-directional, for example battery charge/discharge.
The major advantage of these sensors is that they can be fitted to existing conductors very easily without a need to break the conductor or require the use of current shunts.
AvioGuard Isolated DC/DC converter for avionics applications
Wide input range (9-36V) solution provides clean 13.8V DC for quality power supply to sensitive avionics in the cockpit. High levels of fault protection and complete galvanic input to output isolation plus simple avionics battery backup solutions complete this useful device.
COM Extender module
This module extends the number of RS232 serial ports for Enigma, Voyager and Odyssey EFIS systems to a total of six ports (two are available on the EFIS).
In addition, the COM Extender includes the servo interface section of the integral autopilot and it provides as part of this four PWM outputs that can be used with servos that accept this type of signal.
The COM Extender is simply connected to one of the USB host ports of the EFIS system using a standard USB printer cable (included or use your own), no further setup is required other than assigning functions to the varous ports from within your EFIS setup.
I/O Extender Module
This module connects to the airtalk link of an Enigma, Odyssey or Voyager EFIS system to allow
you to extend the EFIS with comprehensive digital and anlog signal monitoring as well as driving automation and alarm annunciator panels.
So the I/O Extender is used to allow:
- Connection of additional senders such as flap and trim indicators to the I/OEX to display them on the EFIS.
- Switching on annunciator panel lights with the I/OEX, triggered by alarm events on the EFIS.
- Remote control of the EFIS through the I/OEX (say by using 4 buttons on the joystick).
- Automatically switching on other devices when certain conditions exist.
Who needs the I/OEX?
If you don’t wish to display trim/flaps on the EFIS; or to control the EFIS remotely; or to have additional switching functionality, then you don’t need the I/OEX.
If you do wish to have any of that functionality, then you need the I/OEX.
This program is used to create and edit script files for use with the I/O Extender. Script files are used to specify functionality for inputs and outputs as required for your application.
This is the user manual for the I/O Extender. The manual describes installation and use of the I/O Extender.
Auto Pilot Servo – MGL Avionics
The MGL Servo is a stepper motor based system providing a torque of up to 4.8Nm (with shaft rotating). The servo is not restricted to any particular range of the output arm movement and can be used at any angle in this regard. This s
ervo is able to measure the external force acting on the output shaft for use with trim indiction or automatic trim systems. External control is either via a multi-drop RS232 link or a CAN interface at 250KBaud. Multiple, threaded mounting points are available on the face and sides of the servo for ease of installation.
The MGL Servo can be used with the Enigma, Voyager and Odyssey EFIS systems. This servo will also be supported by the XTreme EFIS autopilot function.
For the XTreme, Voyager and Odyssey EFIS systems, this servo is controlled through the built in CAN interface and no COM Extender module is required.
For the Enigma, this servo is controlled through a RS232 serial port, either the built in RS232 port 1 or Port 4 on the COM extender. Only a single port is required to control multiple servos.
Optional Capstan kit (MGL servo)
This active GPS antenna suitable for all MGL Avionics GPS related products. Note, that this antenna is included inwith all MGL Avionics products that include a GPS receiver.
When ordering, please specify type of connector. An SMA type connector (shown in photograph) is used on all current GPS products (larger, screw-on connector), whilst an MMCX was used on older GPS products (small, push-on connector).
SP2 to SP$ connector
The SP6 to SP7 connector harness is a convenient way of connecting both these two sensor modules into the system, if both modules are being installed in the same location. Note that whilst the image shows the connection of the earlier series SP2 (heading) and SP4 (attitude) sensor modules the harness is used similarly with the SP6 & SP7 modules.
This will not be possible if the location for the SP6 is subject to electromagnetic fields which effect the performance of the SP6 (compass module). The SP6 modules is effected by elecromagnetic feilfds in the same way as a standard magnetic compass.
EMI Interference Suppressor
If you are experiencing any noise problems on your intercom/radio
system or your avionics behaves differently when you press the PTT button, maybe you should consider the use of our EMI Interference Suppressor. This device is specifically designed to suppress unwanted or stray RF generated by a VHF air band radio.
This device (closed or clip-on) needs to be installed on every cable assembly to and from the avionics/intercom system, about +-5cm from the end of the cable assembly. Just one loop around the EMI interference suppressor is required.
- The prevention of RF feedback from the aircrafts VHF radio to the intercom system.
- The suppression of RF interference to and from avionics.
Click on the link below to download information that explains how the suppressor works and how to install it for best results:
Emergency Power Supply for Stratomaster Instruments
To guard against loss of power to your Stratomaster instrument system you may
wish to make up a simple emergency power supply back up. This is particularly recommended for our EFIS systems.
Our Enigma/Voyager/Odyssey Advanced EFIS systems include provision for a power back-up battery, including a built in float charging circuit. This ensures that, when a back-up battery is installed, it will remain fully charged.
So, the fitment of a small external sealed lead acid cell battery will, in the event of the loss of main aircraft power, continue to ensure the operation of the EFIS system. Our standard Enigma/Voyager/Odyssey system packages include (pictured) a high quality 12 Volt 3.2 AH sealed lead acid cell battery (rated Air Transport to Special provision ‘A67’ ‘IATA’ & ‘ICAO’). This will provide power for approximately 1.75 hours (Voyager/Odyssey) and 2.25 hours (Enigma).
View back-up battery specifications by clicking on the link below:
For all other Stratomaster instrument systems a battery back system can also be fitted. An information sheet with directions on how to do that can be downloaded below.
Download the Emergency Power Supply information sheet by clicking on the link below:
ALT-2 Altimeter – Serial to Parallel Converter (CNV-ALT2)
Our Smart Singles altimeter with an encoding output (the ALT-2) provides altitude data in serial format. However, some Mode C transponders (like the Microair T2000) require altitude information from the encoder in parallel format. In such cases, our CNV-ALT2
serial to parallel converter will be required between the ALT-2 and the transponder. This device converts the serial altitude information to Gillman code in a format compatible with mode-C transponders requiring the data in that format.
Download the manual for detailed information on the serial to parallel converter by clicking on the link below:
Large Panel Systems – Serial to Parallel Converter (CNV-AT MK II)
Using the CNV-AT MK II, encoded altitude information can also derived from our: Stratomaster Flight, Flight II, Stratomaster Extreme and
Stratomaster Ultra models L, X, RL, H and Horizon XL.The CNV-AT MK II converter accepts the altitude and local pressure setting information from our Stratomaster systems and converts this information to Gillman code in a format compatible with mode-C transponders (like the Microair T2000).
Download the manual for detailed information on the airtalk link serial to parallel converter by clicking on the link below:
Airtalk PC cable
The Airtalk PC cable is included in the log download key package. Also
available separately, it is used for the direct connection of a PC (for example laptop computer) to your Extreme or Ultra Horizon XL System.
You can use it to download flight log information, connect to a flight recording program or you can use it to upload new software into your system.
USB to Airtalk Interface
USB to Airtalk interface. This small device converts a PC USB host port to USB. Can be used with Flightlog program, Ultra, Extreme and Flight instruments (not
required for Enigma unless for special applications).
Can also be used for airtalk firmware update programs (note: only newer update programs can use USB).
The USB drivers for this interface are not included with the USB converter. They must be downloaded here and installed on your PC. Unpack the contents of the ZIP file into a folder on your PC, then execute the program “preinstaller.exe” that is included in the ZIP file. After this, connect the USB converter and follow the normal Windows USB device installation. Details of this in the installation document.
USB to Airtalk drivers for PC (Windows 2000 and later only)
Flight Log Download Key
the last time the key was used and then transfer the information from the key to your Flight log program on your PC (Windows operating system required).The Airtalk to PC interface cable is included.