SAM® Features

SAM® is small in size, displays attitude, altitude, airspeed, slip, vertical trend, and heading during normal or standby operation in the event of primary instrument failure.


Five Primary Functions

Attitude, altitude, airspeed, slip and vertical trend indication

Compact Design

5.50” W x 2.37” H x 5.17” D

Extremely Lightweight

Weighs just 1.6 lbs (0.73 kg)


Heading via MD32 Magnetometer (optional) or aircraft system


Five primary functions utilize modern solid-state MEMS gyro, accelerometer and pressure transducer technology

Emergency Battery

Self-contained, rechargeable, field-replaceable emergency battery

Selectable Orientation

Horizontal and vertical - allows for flexible cockpit design and installation

Two-Screen Display

Smooth, high-definition graphics with extra-wide viewing angles and a user-friendly menu structure

Adjustable Lighting

External, automatic and manual dimming control settings and software configurable lighting curves

Power Input

10-32 VDC

Static Source Error Correction (SSEC)

Air data corrections configurable via standard USB port

Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS)

Compatible versions are available

Airspeed Range Markings

Fully customizable to meet aircraft specifications

Upgradeable Software

Field-upgradeable software via standard USB port

Easy Installation

One knob configures the display and provides menu control to the pilot

FAA TSO Certified

C2d, C3e, C4c, C6e, C10b, C106, C113a, C179a

ANAC TSO Certified

C2d, C3e, C4c, C6e, C10b, C106, C113a, C179a

EASA TSO Certified

C2d, C3e, C4c, C6e, C10b, C106, C113a, C179a

RTCA Qualified

RTCA DO-178B and DO-254 DAL A
RTCA DO-160 and RTCA DO-311 qualified


Two-year or 2,000-hour warranty

Made in the USA

Designed and built in Wichita, Kansas