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The Pooleys CRP-8 Microlight Computer is manufactured with a Microlight sliding slow speed scale giving speeds between 10 and 120. Circular slide rule side with clear durable cursor. For calculation and conversion of temperature, time, distance, volume, altitude and density altitude, speed, weight, fuel, endurance, multiplication and division, 1 in 60 rule etc. Coloured scales and lettering enhance operation and clarity.
Microlight Pilot's Knee Board is ideal suited for use within the Microlight environment. Manufactured and finished in a rigid heavy gauge black plastic, elasticated Velcro fastening thigh strap and moulded, cushioned back for comfort. Fitted with a spring clip for retention and use of Landing Diagrams, Approached plates and Microlight Flight Log. The knee board also embodies a metal spring pencil clip. Printed white lettering usefully detailing Pre-flight prep list, search and rescue signals, distress message, Volmet, transponder codes and potion report.
This log book is produced in accordance with the requirements of the current Air Navigation Order and is approved by the British Microlight Aircraft Association, form BMAA/AW/037. It is beautifully bound in light blue leatherette and contains the normal requirements for the Microlight Pilots Log Book recording all data necessary for a permanent record of flying time and details.
This log book is beautifully bound in light blue leatherette. It is a legal requirement that an accurate record of Airframe and Engine Hours, modifications and maintenance actions are kept. This log book is approved by the CAA to allow Microlight Aircraft to meet the requirements of the Air Navigation Order. It is also approved by the British Microlight Aircraft Association, form BMAA/AW/306
The Micro Avionics Self Contained strobe is re-designed to be the brightest stand alone ULM strobe on the UK market. Brighter and smaller than a Skyflash guaranteed. Stand alone self contained strobe head, has no remote driver box. Can be connected to a standard 12 volt battery or aircraft supply. Ideal for paramotor, microlight and small aircraft. Flashes rate 42 per minute. Visible over 2 miles away. Complies with BMAA requirements. Universal bracket and bolt fixing kit included.SpecificationVoltage 12 volt d.c.Current 600mA power consumption Brightness 20 Joules OutputFlash rate 42 flashes per minuteWeight 270grams
This is a 1/1:000 000 scale chart of the whole of Switzerland and Austria Northern Italy and Slovenia, created by Jean BOSSY, administrator of the F.F.A. and engineer with the D.G.A.C. The Cartabossy provides all the useful information for day VFR in zones R, P and D, aerodromes and microlight airfields. 1:100 000 scale gives a clear, synthetic but nonetheless complete view of the depicted territory. The chart shows the FIS and Volmet frequencies; It contains the full Microlight Airfields base as well as private airfields; Its graphic design is aesthetic and luminous; Used by light aircraft and microlight pilots.
Typically used by instructors who move between aircraft and want to use their own headsets. The adapter joins two UL-100 microlight headsets directly to each other providing a direct intercom connection.
This is a 1/1:000 000 scale chart created by Jean BOSSY, administrator of the F.F.A. and engineer with the D.G.A.C. The Cartabossy provides all the useful information for day VFR in zones R, P and D, aerodromes and microlight airfields. Its included key means terminology is simplified for excellent legibility. 1:100 000 scale gives a clear, synthetic but nonetheless complete view of the French territory. It covers all of France and Luxemburg, part areas of: Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Northern Italy and the South Coast of England; The chart shows the FIS and Volmet frequencies; It contains the full Microlight Airfields base as well as private airfields; Its graphic design is aesthetic and luminous; All captions are both in French and English; Used by light aircraft and microlight pilots.