The Flymaster NAV SD is designed for...
The Flymaster NAV SD is designed for competition pilots.
It has all the features of Flymaster Live without tracking features.
Like its predecessors, it is capable of displaying air cards "3D-AIR SPACES."
Despite a perfectible after sales service, it's a great product for Paramotor pilots and Paragliding.
Battery life: 30 hours
Power supply: USB charging or AC 200 volts
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With FLYMASTER DESIGNER software provided by the manufacturer the pilot can design his own screens. He can place each data where he wants and the size he wants.
Far from being a gadget, this function allows everyone to adjust the display data to the reading ability of his eyes.
Much more robust than its predecessor, the case includes a scratch resistant screen.
Make no more mistake in airspace.
With Flymaster 3D airspace warning system you will have ample information to navigate around restriced airspace zones.
The Flymaster 3D airspace avoidance system provides tools to manage airspaces. Restricted areas can be seen in an embedded Map, or on dedicated page. The Map can be complemented with numerical, and text information using data fields. The Critical Airspaces dedicated page can be used to see detailed information about areas that are close to the pilot.
Design your own instrument
Need more or less data on your flight screens, with Flymasters' unique Designer you can create the instrument you like and need for your style of flying.
Taking advantage of the Flymaster NAV SD graphic processor, which also allows grey levels and graphics definition increase, pilots can customize their own multiple screen pages using the new Flymaster DESIGNER.
Flymasters' unique thermal ball will help you find the thermal core quicker and the zero buzzer make sure you don't fly past lift.
The Thermal Core Map is one of the most useful, and exclusive feature of the NAV SD. This map corresponds to a black dot which is shown inside the inner navigation wheel. During a thermal climb the NAV SD keeps track of the strongest climb values and graphically represent the strongest one by a dot. The pilot can then search for a new core and if needed return to the last one by following the dot.