Not FAA PMA Approved
The Air Temperature Gauge is a direct reading gauge with both Fahrenheit and Centigrade graduations on the dial. It can be installed through plexiglas windshields, sheet metal cowling, or through the center strip of the windshield. When installing, choose a location that is visible to the operator which does not interfere with any adjacent parts or hardware.
Drill a .375" (3/8") + .010"/-.000" hole through the part of the window or wall section desired.
For use with a 7/16" torque wrench. Do not exceed 20 inch-pounds torque.
See included instructions for further installation.
The thermometer worked great. Easy to install with no modifications. Good price. Overall very satisfied with great service from Aircraft Spruce and the products purchased. Thank you,
Works great! installed flawlessly on my Bonanza
Installed in place of previous thermometer - same diameter hole - had installed in probably less than 1 minute. Previous Thermometer was digital and needed two batteries and was not always on. I much prefer the analog - always on, no batteries and shows both Fahrenheit and Centigrade temps. Perfect!
It works. It fit in the old hole. It was easy to install. What else is there to write about an analogue OAT gauge?
Easy to read, and shows temps accurately.
Manufacturer specifies accuracy of +/- 5F. Testing my new one found it to read about 2F above actual, as compared to an accurate digital thermometer at ambient of 70F. About all we can expect from an analog thermometer. Order processing and delivery pretty standard for Spruce and USPS.
So far it seems fine. Looks to be a good quality replacement for the original OAT gauge, which was also a Scott, but the plastic over the dial had become opaque making the dial hard to read.
Instructions for installation are included with the thermometer. Additional mounting hardware is not required for installation as it is fastened using a torque wrench.
The thermometers are not FAA approved.
Please note that this is a NON PMA'd/TSO'd thermometer. That being said, it works and has the same dimensions as the thermometers being used in thousands of general aviation aircraft. The hole size used is 5/16 of an inch.
This instrument weighs 0.12 lbs.
Yes, our part # 10-15500 is ordered under the manufacturer part # 2716-00.
The threaded section of the Scott type thermometer is 1-1/8".
The probe is 3.5", no digital version is available.
2-1/16 inches diameter
No. This thermostat is not adjustable and has no provision for calibration.