The CX-2 electronic flight computer from ASA has 16 unit conversions and 34 functions with access to 40 aviation calculations and a a stopwatch that counts up, and a count-down timer.
ASA's new electronic flight computer has 34 functions with access to 40 aviation calculations, including weight and balance. You can calculate true airspeed, ground speed, Mach number, altitudes, fuel, headings and courses, time/speed/distance, winds, and weight and balance.
The large, easy-to-read LCD screen displays prompts for fast and easy operation. Inputs and outputs are labelled and numbers are displayed with units.
Unit Conversions The CX-2 has 16 unit conversions, including reciprocal conversions for nautical and statute miles, nautical miles and kilometers, feet and meters, pounds and kilograms, gallons and litres, time in H:M:S and decimal formats, Fahrenheit and Celsius temperatures, and millibars and inches of mercury.
Timers and Clocks The CX-2 has two timers: a stopwatch that counts up, and a count-down timer.
Interactive Functions Functions can be used together in chain calculations, where the answer to a preceding problem is automatically entered into subsequent problem. Standard mathematical calculations and conversions can be performed within each aviation function.
Can be used for FAA and Canadian Exams The CX-2 complies with Advisory Circular (AC) 60-11, Test Aids and Materials that May be Used by Airman Knowledge Testing Applicants. Users may bring the CX-2 with them to the testing centers for all pilot, mechanic, dispatcher, and FAA exams.
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