ASA CX-3 Flight Computer
The CX-3 Flight Computer provides a fast, accurate flight computing solution and takes confusion out of the equation for ground school study, preflight planning, and en-route navigation. Fast, versatile and easy to use, the CX-3 delivers accurate results quickly and efficiently through an intuitive menu structure designed to follow typical flight planning sequences with a minimum of keystrokes. It can be used on all FAA and Canadian pilot, mechanic, and dispatcher knowledge exams.
The unit features a micro-USB port which can be used to update the CX-3 firmware and backup user data. The update procedure is outlined in Appendix B of the manual.
- Weight: 0.70 LBS
- Dimensions: 3-1/3″ W x 6-1/2″ H x 3/4″ D
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If you’re looking for a must have tool as aviator, look no further! A multitude of aviation functions can be performed on the CX-3 flight computer including those related to time, speed, distance, heading, wind, fuel, altitude, and much more. For example, the holding pattern function helps determine entry method and holding details. There’s also a calculator, clock/timer/stopwatch feature built in along with multiple settings for lighting, backlighting, themes, scrolling speed, time zones and more.
The sleek design, and ergonomic fit and finish of the CX-3 make for easy transport. The removable cover provides protection for the computer when it’s not in use and serves as a base for the unit when attached to the back. A no-slip-strip prevents it from sliding around on smooth desk surfaces. A Theme feature provides a convenient way to switch from Standard view to Night or Daylight views. The backlighting feature controls the brightness or intensity of the screen, and the buttons on the keypad will light up in Dusk and Night modes for use in darker environments. A Favorite feature provides quick access to your most frequently used function, and aircraft profile memory to save weight and balance information for your specific aircraft.
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