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Hi, I submit to you this picture of airline flight I acquired recently, my problem esyt that despite my research, I can not seem to find what device it was intended. If one of you knew well and could tell me that would be great. thank you in advance

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Hi, I think you got it right, it sounds like a lot, especially for the first. Know you tell me what time was used the training tools, and for the flight on which aircraft? Too bad the picture is a little distant because I can not seethe dials miss him. Thank you for being examined my identification.

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If those are original Link trainer instruments, then the gyros should be electric with a household plug for 110V/60cycle. Of course, someone could have swapped instruments around just trying to make a display.

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Good ID!!! Certainly looks like a match to me.

 

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