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Atlas II Electronic Altimeter From Alti2 Europe On AvPay
The ATLAS II is an electronic altimeter with a digital display. It can be used as either an audible or visual altimeter.
Last Updated:
19-07-2023
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Location:
Europe
Juno Electronic Altimeter From Alti2 Europe On AvPay
The JUNO is an electronic altimeter with a graphic digital display.
Last Updated:
19-07-2023
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Location:
Europe
Mercury Jade (Green) Audible Altimeter From Alti2 Europe On AvPay
Easy to use menu system. 2 Climb Alarms. Up to 3 freefall alarms. Rechargeable battery (200 jumps or 2 weeks). If you jump a tight helmet, like the G4, you really want a small audible!
Last Updated:
19-07-2023
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Location:
Europe
Mercury Crimson (Red) Audible Altimeter From Alti2 Europe On AvPay
Easy to use menu system. Up to 4 freefall, 3 canopy alarms, 2 climb alarms. Rechargeable battery via USB-C connector (200 jumps or 2 weeks).
Last Updated:
19-07-2023
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Location:
Europe
Code 1 has multiple used US military NB-8 parachutes for sale, suitable for use in L-39s & other warbird applications. The chutes are 28-diamter canopies.
Last Updated:
28-08-2022
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Location:
USA
Rockford
North America
Illinois
Alphatec Integral Helmets By Air Creation
Integral helmets are very comfortable with acoustic isolation & earphones fitted in anti-noise PELTOR shells. Micro differential Pro 2 mounted on light adjustable arms, protected by a rigid case & a wind-cut screen. Adjustable volume by a waterproof potentiometer.
Last Updated:
21-07-2022
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Location:
Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes
Lanas
Europe
France
MA10UD Transmitter
The MA-10UD Transmitter updates MA-10UD altimeters with dropzone altitudes, using a wireless line of sight communication. It uses easily accessible, AA Lithium, batteries, & features an electroluminescent backlit screen. The embedded software is also updatable.
Last Updated:
13-07-2022
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Location:
Chelmsford
England
Europe
Essex
South East
UK
The MA-10UD from Alti-2 Europe, is the toughest Altimaster yet. Built for the demanding applications of the military market, this highly accurate altimeter is designed for jumps up to 40,000ft.
Last Updated:
13-07-2022
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Location:
Chelmsford
England
Europe
Essex
South East
UK
The Neptune Tactical MA-12 from Alti-2 is an electronic altimeter with a digital display which can be used as either an audible or visual instrument. It’s highly accurate, small, tough, programmable & features a rechargeable battery.
Last Updated:
13-07-2022
Company / Seller:
Location:
Chelmsford
England
Europe
Essex
South East
UK
TC5 Digital And Analogue Altimeter Test Chamber
Built in our UK factory, the TC-5 test chamber is perfect for testing both digital & analogue altimeters.
Last Updated:
13-07-2022
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Location:
Chelmsford
England
Europe
Essex
South East
UK
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Skydiving equipment is specialized to ensure the safety and functionality of a jump. There are several key pieces of equipment used in skydiving. These are a Parachute System which consists of the main parachute and the reserve parachute. The main parachute is the primary canopy used during a jump, while the reserve parachute is a backup in case of a malfunction with the main chute. The container or harness is the wearable part of the system that holds the parachute canopies, lines, and other components. It includes a harness worn by the skydiver, as well as a container for stowing the canopies and deployment systems. An Automatic Activation Device (AAD) is a safety device that automatically deploys the reserve parachute if the skydiver is unable to do so. It activates when it detects certain altitudes and descent rates, enhancing safety. Jumpsuits are specialized clothing worn by skydivers to reduce air resistance during freefall. They can be made from various materials, including nylon or spandex, and are designed to improve stability and control. A helmet is essential for safety and protection. It shields the head and provides a secure attachment point for audible altimeters, cameras, and communication devices. Goggles protect the eyes from wind, debris, and the elements during freefall. They are typically worn over the eyes or incorporated into the helmet. Altimeters measure the altitude and display the skydiver’s height above the ground. There are analog and digital altimeters available, and many jumpers use both to ensure redundancy. Audible altimeters are small devices that produce audible alerts or beeps at predefined altitudes, allowing the skydiver to receive altitude information without looking at the altimeter. The pilot chute is a small parachute deployed to extract and deploy the main canopy. Skydivers use a “ripcord” to release the pilot chute, initiating the deployment sequence. There are Cutaway and Reserve Handles, which are used to initiate emergency procedures. The cutaway handle is used to release the main parachute in the event of a malfunction, while the reserve handle activates the reserve parachute. The risers are straps that connect the canopy to the harness/container. Lines are the cords attached to the canopy that control its shape and flight. Proper maintenance of risers and lines is crucial for safe skydiving. An AAD Cutter is a device on the reserve parachute container that is activated when the AAD initiates a reserve deployment. It severs the closing loop, allowing the reserve parachute to deploy. In some types of skydiving, such as tandem jumps or high-speed freefall disciplines like wing-suiting, a drogue chute is deployed to stabilize the freefall and control descent rate. For wingsuit skydiving, specialized wingsuits are worn, which allow jumpers to glide horizontally during freefall. Skydivers who want to capture their jumps may use camera equipment, including helmet-mounted or body-mounted cameras, to record their experiences. It’s important to note that skydiving equipment is subject to strict regulations and regular inspections to ensure it’s in proper working order. Skydivers are often required to have their equipment inspected and maintained by certified riggers and technicians. Safety is a paramount concern in the sport of skydiving, and using well-maintained and properly fitted equipment is crucial to ensuring safe jumps.