|Aero-Instruments Control miniature heated pitot or pitot-static probes offer the lowest power consumption and lowest weight available to the general aviation market. A small tip diameter of .31 inches allows the sensing tip to remain free of ice under severe in-flight icing conditions at only 50 watts of power(30 watts on the ground)– which is about 25% of the power of those bulky probes with similar anti-icing capability. Probes are constructed of highquality corrosion resistant materials – a stainless steel outer shell on the nose section, aluminum body, stainless steel pressure lines, and aircraft grade lead wires. Download the installation drawings for these items here.|
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We do offer a static sump commonly used on Cessna aircraft, but can be used an any pitot system. The fitting will need to be determined by each installation.