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    GSA-028 BRAKE PRESSURE INDICATOR (BOEING)

    Product description
    The GSA-028 is based on a single needle gauge is and has the proper faceplate for indication of the brake pressure. The faceplate shows a Boeing brake pressure when applying brakes.The steppermotor gives very smooth needle movements.The GSA-028 comes without a bezel so it can be mounted directly behing existing panels, for example from FDS or Engra...

    The GSA-028 is based on a single needle gauge is and has the proper faceplate for indication of the brake pressure. The faceplate shows a Boeing brake pressure when applying brakes.
    The steppermotor gives very smooth needle movements.
    The GSA-028 comes without a bezel so it can be mounted directly behing existing panels, for example from FDS or Engravity.

    Physical characteristics:

    height 60 mm
    width 60 mm
    depth 30 mm
    weight 150 gr
    mounting 4 screws

    Power requirements:
    power= 5v/12v
    lights= 2 LED

    Connection
    type daisy chain, 10 pin connector on flat cable (10 wires flatcable)

    You will need the GSA-055 (central interface) to connect the gauge to the computer.

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