Compass Swings: A Forgotten Task

Who needs an old-school wet compass? You might if the electronics go down. Keep it maintained with regular calibration

Shops know it’s a chore that needs to be done, but the truth is compass swings are often forgotten during the final stages of avionics projects. Compass calibrations can be time consuming, but done properly the task can pay back big time if the instrument was your only means of backstopping the aircraft’s true magnetic […]
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