TIT/TIT Type K Dual Meter, 3-1/8″

  • The best value in the industry backed by a generous 3-year warranty
  • Designed for twin engine aircraft, providing a quick visual reference to TIT
  • Calibrated to true temperature and intended for use with 216″ leads (Can be calibrated for other lead lengths)
  • Designed to provide temperature compensation for accurate readings year round, on the ground and at altitude
  • No risk of malfunction during electrical failure—requires no external source of power for operation
  • All necessary mounting hardware included
  • Alcor instruments are designed, manufactured, and supported in the U.S.A.

For more information, see EGT Myths
Debunked
by aviation writer Mike Busch

With Alcor’s blanket STC, p/n 46224 can replace many existing Type K Dual TIT indicators, including old or obsolete part numbers.

Your certified mechanic may choose to file a simple Field Approval Form 337 for major instrument changes. See the applicable FAA definition of major alterations in Part 43 Appendix A.

CHT/CHT Type J Dual Meter, 3-1/8″

  • The best value in the industry backed by a generous 3-year warranty
  • Increase the life of your engine and enhance safety through proper monitoring
  • Intended for use on twin engine aircraft and calibrated to true temperature—500 degrees Fahrenheit at 8 Ω
  • Designed to provide temperature compensation for accurate readings year round, on the ground and at altitude
  • No risk of malfunction during electrical failure–requires no external source of power for operation
  • All necessary mounting hardware included
  • Alcor instruments are designed, manufactured, and supported in the U.S.A.

For more information, see EGT Myths
Debunked
by aviation writer Mike Busch

Your certified mechanic may choose to file a simple Field Approval Form 337 for major instrument changes. See the applicable FAA definition of major alterations in Part 43 Appendix A.

CHT/EGT Types J & K Dual Meter, 3-1/8″

  • The best value in the industry backed by a generous 3-year warranty
  • Save on fuel costs through precision leaning—running as little as 100° too rich can cost $1,000 in wasted fuel over 100 hours, see the proof here
  • Quick visual reference to peak EGT
  • Set reference to peak EGT where you want with easy in-flight calibration—special screwdriver included
  • Increase the life of your engine and enhance safety through proper monitoring
  • CHT calibrated to true temperature—500 degrees Fahrenheit at 8 Ω
  • Designed to provide temperature compensation for accurate readings year round, on the ground and at altitude
  • No risk of malfunction during electrical failure—requires no external source of power for operation
  • Attention homebuilders—easy installation with no electrical system required
  • All necessary mounting hardware included
  • Alcor instruments are designed, manufactured, and supported in the U.S.A.

For more information, see EGT Myths
Debunked
by aviation writer Mike Busch

Your certified mechanic may choose to file a simple Field Approval Form 337 for major instrument changes. See the applicable FAA definition of major alterations in Part 43 Appendix A.

Alcor recommends in-flight EGT calibration for every installation of p/n 46156. See the manual for easy to follow instructions.

EGT/EGT Type K Dual Meter, 3-1/8″

  • The best value in the industry backed by a generous 3-year warranty
  • Save on fuel costs through precision leaning—running as little as 100° too rich can cost $1,000 in wasted fuel over 100 hours, see the proof here
  • Designed for twin engine aircraft, providing a quick visual reference to peak EGT
  • Set reference to peak EGT where you want with easy in-flight calibration—special screwdriver included
  • No risk of malfunction during electrical failure—requires no external source of power for operation
  • Designed to provide temperature compensation for accurate readings year round, on the ground and at altitude
  • All necessary mounting hardware included
  • Alcor instruments are designed, manufactured, and supported in the U.S.A.

For more information, see EGT Myths
Debunked
by aviation writer Mike Busch

EGT/EGT Type K Dual Meter w/ Light, 3-1/8″

  • The best value in the industry backed by a generous 3-year warranty
  • Internally lit with 24V incandescent light
  • Save on fuel costs through precision leaning—running as little as 100° too rich can cost $1,000 in wasted fuel over 100 hours, see the proof here
  • Designed for twin engine aircraft, providing a quick visual reference to peak EGT
  • Set reference to peak EGT where you want with easy in-flight calibration—special screwdriver included
  • Designed to provide temperature compensation for accurate readings year round, on the ground and at altitude
  • All necessary mounting hardware included
  • Alcor instruments are designed, manufactured, and supported in the U.S.A.

For more information, see EGT Myths
Debunked
by aviation writer Mike Busch

Don’t see your part number? No problem!

With Alcor’s blanket STC, p/n 46115 can replace many existing Type K Dual EGT indicators, including old or obsolete part numbers.

Your certified mechanic may choose to file a simple Field Approval Form 337 for major instrument changes. See the applicable FAA definition of major alterations in Part 43 Appendix A.

Alcor recommends in-flight calibration for every installation of p/n 46115. See the manual for easy
to follow instructions.

EGT/EGT Type K Dual Meter, 3-1/8″

  • The best value in the industry backed by a generous 3-year warranty
  • Save on fuel costs through precision leaning—running as little as 100° too rich can cost $1,000 in wasted fuel over 100 hours, see the proof here
  • Designed for twin engine aircraft, providing a quick visual reference to peak EGT
  • Calibrated to true temperature and intended for use with a 20′ lead (Can be calibrated for other lead lengths)
  • No risk of malfunction during electrical failure—requires no external source of power for operation
  • Designed to provide temperature compensation for accurate readings year round, on the ground and at altitude
  • All necessary mounting hardware included
  • Alcor instruments are designed, manufactured, and supported in the U.S.A.

For more information, see EGT Myths
Debunked
by aviation writer Mike Busch

Don’t see your part number? No problem!

Your certified mechanic may choose to file a simple Field Approval Form 337 for major instrument changes. See the applicable FAA definition of major alterations in Part 43 Appendix A.

TIT/TIT Type K Dual Meter w/ Light, 3-1/8″

  • The best value in the industry backed by a generous 3-year warranty
  • Designed for twin engine aircraft, providing a quick visual reference to TIT
  • Internally lit with a 24V incandescent light
  • Calibrated to true temperature and intended for use with 16′ leads (Can be calibrated for other lead lengths)
  • Designed to provide temperature compensation for accurate readings year round, on the ground and at altitude
  • All necessary mounting hardware included
  • Alcor instruments are designed, manufactured, and supported in the U.S.A.

For more information, see EGT Myths
Debunked
by aviation writer Mike Busch

Don’t see your part number? No problem!

Your certified mechanic may choose to file a simple Field Approval Form 337 for major instrument changes. See the applicable FAA definition of major alterations in Part 43 Appendix A.

EGT/EGT Type K Dual Meter, 3-1/8″

  • The best value in the industry backed by a generous 3-year warranty
  • Save on fuel costs through precision leaning—running as little as 100° too rich can cost $1,000 in wasted fuel over 100 hours, see the proof here
  • Designed for twin engine aircraft, providing a quick visual reference to peak EGT
  • Calibrated to true temperature and intended for use with Front 100″ and Rear 250″ leads (Can be calibrated for other lead lengths)
  • No risk of malfunction during electrical failure—requires no external source of power for operation
  • Designed to provide temperature compensation for accurate readings year round, on the ground and at altitude
  • All necessary mounting hardware included
  • Alcor instruments are designed, manufactured, and supported in the U.S.A.

For more information, see EGT Myths
Debunked
by aviation writer Mike Busch

Don’t see your part number? No problem!

Your certified mechanic may choose to file a simple Field Approval Form 337 for major instrument changes. See the applicable FAA definition of major alterations in Part 43 Appendix A.

EGT/EGT Type E Dual Meter, 3-1/8″

No Longer Available

  • The best value in the industry backed by a generous 3-year warranty
  • Save on fuel costs through precision leaning—running as little as 100° too rich can cost $1,000 in wasted fuel over 100 hours, see the proof here
  • Designed for twin engine aircraft with Type E systems, providing a quick visual reference to peak EGT
  • Set reference to peak EGT where you want with easy in-flight calibration—special screwdriver included
  • No risk of malfunction during electrical failure—requires no external source of power for operation
  • Designed to provide temperature compensation for accurate readings year round, on the ground and at altitude
  • All necessary mounting hardware included
  • Alcor instruments are designed, manufactured, and supported in the U.S.A.

For more information, see EGT Myths
Debunked
by aviation writer Mike Busch

Don’t see your part number? No problem!

With Alcor’s blanket STC, p/n 45993 can replace many existing Type E Dual EGT indicators, including old or obsolete part numbers.

Your certified mechanic may choose to file a simple Field Approval Form 337 for major instrument changes. See the applicable FAA definition of major alterations in Part 43 Appendix A.

Alcor recommends in-flight calibration for every installation of p/n 45993. See the manual for easy
to follow instructions.

EGT/EGT Type K Dual Meter , 3-1/8″

  • The best value in the industry backed by a generous 3-year warranty
  • Save on fuel costs through precision leaning—running as little as 100° too rich can cost $1,000 in wasted fuel over 100 hours, see the proof here
  • Designed for twin engine aircraft, providing a quick visual reference to peak EGT
  • Calibrated to true temperature and intended for use with a 22′ lead (Can be calibrated for other lead lengths)
  • No risk of malfunction during electrical failure—requires no external source of power for operation
  • Designed to provide temperature compensation for accurate readings year round, on the ground and at altitude
  • All necessary mounting hardware included
  • Alcor instruments are designed, manufactured, and supported in the U.S.A.

For more information, see EGT Myths
Debunked
by aviation writer Mike Busch

Don’t see your part number? No problem!

Your certified mechanic may choose to file a simple Field Approval Form 337 for major instrument changes. See the applicable FAA definition of major alterations in Part 43 Appendix A.