Use KI 207 VOR/LOC/glideslope radio navigation indicator as a backup indicator for the copilot. The indicator comes with a left-right needle, to-from indicator, VOR/LOC and glideslope warning flags, and glideslope deviation needle. The left-right needle reduces workload in the cockpit because it stays vertical throughout its range of travel, making it easy to read.
A model is available that does not contain a glideslope deviation needle or flag. It also includes course datum synchro to link to a compass system such as the KCS 55A. This option saves the crew from continually manually adjusting the degree of correction.
Use the KNS 80/81 and KX 165 and, at 400 Hz, the KNR 634 VOR/LOC/GS/MB Receiver.
It comes internally lit with a metal bezel and a glass lens. TSO’d.