If you are looking for a top-quality King indicator to use with a GPS, the KI-202 is just what you need. The KI-202 will match any other King indicator you have, and is a joy to use. Flying behind the KI-202 is so nice because it has a rectilinear meter movement, instead of pendulum, which makes it easier to read. The needle remains vertical throughout its range of travel. This feature helps the pilot to better determine the degree of correction needed to stay on course.
This indicator does not contain a VOR/LOC Converter, which permits its use with a GPS. The KI-202, together with an Annunciator Control Unit (ACU), can be used to meet the FAA requirements for an IFR GPS installation.
The KI-202 features:
- Metal bezel with glass lens
- Internal lighting
Since the King KI-202 does not contain an internal VOR/LOC Converter, it is designed to be used with NAV equipment that does include this converter, such as:
The KI-202 is also a nice choice to use with a GPS, either VFR or IFR. Since it does not provide up/down guidance, any IFR GPS used with this Indicator should offer non-precision approaches:
- Garmin GPS-150XL VFR GPS
- Garmin GPS-155XL IFR GPS
- Garmin GNC-250XL VFR GPS/COMM
- Garmin GNC-300XL IFR GPS/COMM
- Garmin GNC-420 IFR GPS/COMM
- Apollo GX-50 IFR GPS
- Apollo GX-55 IFR (Enroute) GPS
- Apollo GX-60 IFR GPS/COMM
- Apollo GX-65 IFR (Enroute) GPS/COMM