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 Pitot-Static Tester PS-425 $3500 USD
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The PS-425 Pitot-Static tester is a low-maintenance, digital tester that is fully portable. The PS-425 is powered by an internal rechargeable 12 volt battery (included in purchase), which enables the test set to be used completely independent of any external power source. A connector is provided for an external 12 volt DC power adapter (included). The PS-425 incorporates the altitude, VSI, and airspeed in one single display. The PS-425 is designed and priced for non-RVSM markets, and includes two quick-connect hoses, 12 VDC power adapter, calibration certificate, and a limited 2-year warranty. This product is ideal for performing simple go/no-go leak tests, as well as for general use as a low-end pitot-static tester. It only requires an annual calibration, and the sensors are technician-proof, which contributes to reduced annual maintenance costs.

Altitude goes up to 35,000 feet and is displayed in 2 and 5-feet increments and includes a VSI Vertical Speed Indicator
Displays airspeed in Knots, in increments of 1 Knot, up to 500 Knots max.
Selectable timing for Leak Check feature in Altimeter and Airspeed modes
Independent Vacuum and Pressure pumps and reservoirs
Lightweight about 17 lbs
Lighted LCD display
Limited 2-year warranty
Purchase includes initial calibration, operator manual CD, internal battery, external 12 volt DC power adapter, and 2 hoses of 20 feet (about 6 meters) in length. Hoses have a quick-connector on tester ends, and brass 37 degree connectors on aircraft ends.

Note: The PS-425 does NOT have the precision required to test RVSM altimeter systems.