Capital Avionics

Capital Avionics

No image available.

Capital Avionics offers the CA-320 digital compass system as well as avionics and instruments repair services. See web site for warranty information. For technical support contact Al Ingle at al@capitalavionics.com or David Wood at info@capitalavionics.com. Hours of service: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (EST).

Want to know more about Capital Avionics Get Info Now

Expand for more details on this Company

Compass correction system

Product From Capital Avionics

This stand-alone, portable, magnetic measurement standard replaces the need for a compass rose, master sight compass, surveyor transit devices, and complex specialized equipment.  The current time-consuming, labor intensive, costly process of aligning aircraft heading systems has been replaced by technology that matches the modern cockpit environment.  Developed for the aerospace industry, its benefits apply to marine, military, and other compass calibration needs. For more information call (850) 575-4028 or visit

Get Info Now

Digital compass

Product From Capital Avionics

Capital Avionics' CA-320 digital compass is a stand alone, calibrated magnetic reference standard. It measures the earth’s magnetic field in three axis and with its internal pitch/roll sensor, is able to accurately determine heading even when tilted. Features include magnetic sensor technology to replace sight compasses and ground-based compass roses, integrated laser for magnetic alignment on aircraft, and clear digital display to eliminate guessing and interpreting errors. The system does not need an external heading reference for the alignment of the compass. For more information visit

Get Info Now

Compass Correction

Product From Capital Avionics

Capital Avionics™ CA-320A digital compass transmitter and CA-320B receiver comprise the Compass Correction System. The system doesn™t need an external heading reference for the alignment of a compass; the first of its of its kind according to the company. The technician is now able to perform all measurements by simply moving the aircraft over an open ramp area. Rendered obsolete are sight compasses, compass roses, and the skills needed to properly align an aircraft. The CA-320A is mounted in a convenient location on the test aircraft and aligned with the integral sight laser. The technician reads the magnetic heading on the CA-320B. With this system, one can turn a corner of a ramp into a personal compass rose. The receiver features an easy-to-read LCD display, wireless technology, and a high-performance battery. The transmitter features 0.5 degree accuracy/0.3 degree repeatability, integral sight laser, wireless technology, and a high-performance battery. For more information visit www.capitalavionics.com or call (850) 575-4028.

Get Info Now