Radiant Technology’s Universal Airspeed Indicator is available for experimental, light sport and ultralight aircraft, the Wichita company said. The instrument works across three speed ranges and knots/mph and includes features such as readable bright digits, airspeed information in a bar graph, historical trend line and numerical digits, digital sensor and caution indicator, it said. It also works with any system voltage from 8 to 32 volts.

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