Flytec 6015 GPS – Technical data

Altimeter

max. altitude: 12’300 m – scale: 1 m or 1 ft
QNH: indication of air pressure in hPa or in inHg
ALT1 – absolute altimeter
ALT2 – absolute- or relative altimeter
ALT3 – differential altimeter

Variometer

Analog display
± 10 m/s – scale: 0,2 m/s over the entire scale range, ± 20 ft/min x 100 scale: 0,4 ft/min x 100

Digital display
± 300 m/s or ft/min x 100 scale: 0,1 m/s or 0,1 ft/min x 100

Integrator:
adjustable from 1 sec. up to 30 sec.

Acoustics

volume: 4 audio volume settings
climb acoustic: tone- and interval modulated, maximum interval frequency adjustable from 3 m/s up to 11 m/s or
Smart-interval, adjustable response threshold
sink acoustic: discreet sink tone and loud sink alarm, separately adjustable.

Thermometer

measuring range: - 20 °C up to + 60 °C
display: °C or °F
scale: 0,1 °C or 0,1 °F, can be calibrated 50%

GPS

updaterate of 1 sec., independent from preset recording rate.

Speedometer (sensor optional)

measuring range: 0 km/h up to 120 km/h
display: km/h, kts, or mph
scale: 1 km/h, 1 kt or 1 mph
can be calibrated: ± 50%

Barograph

  • memory: 50 flights with date, start time, flight time, max. altitude and min./max. Vario, recording time up to 120 hours at 30 sec. recording rate with position, barometric altitude and GPS-altitude, satellite constellation and True Airspeed.
  • recording interval: adjustable from 1 up to 30 seconds.

PC-connection with USB-1.1 cable. Analysis with Flychart software.

Software

Flychart provides for additional individual settings, e.g. audio pitch, response characteristic, sensitivity etc., flight statistics, flight database, print-out. Firmware update with the Flytec-Flasher tool.

Miscellaneous data

  • dimensions: 138 x 74 x 23 mm
  • weight: 178 g (incl. batteries, without clamp)
  • power supply: 2 Alkaline batteries AA or NiMh-accumulators
  • operating time: > 40 hours with Alkaline batteries, continuous monitoring of battery voltage- and indicator
  • operating temperature: -15 °C up to +50 °C
  • storage temperature: -30 °C up to +70 °C
  • warranty: 24 months
  • scope of supply: packed in carton box incl. para-glider clamp, batteries and carry bag, USB cable, CD with Operation Manual and Flychart software.

Analog variometer

  • measuring range:
    ±10 m/s
  • scale:
    0.2 m/s over the entire scale range ±20 ft/min x 100,
    0.4ft/min x 100

Digital variometer

  • measuring range:
    ±300 m/s or ft/min x 100
  • scale:
    0.1 m/s or 0.1 ft/min x 100
  • Integrator:
    adjustable from 1 sec. up to 30 sec.

Vario acoustics sound opening

  • volume:
    4 audio volume settings
  • climb acoustic:
    tone- and interval modulated, maximum interval frequency adjustable from 3 m/s up to 11 m/s or Smart-interval, adjustable response threshold
  • ASI (Acoustic Scale Indicator):
    may be switched-on/off
  • sink acoustic:
    discreet sink tone and loud sink alarm, separately adjustable

Temperature display (ambient temperature)

  • measuring range:
    -20°C up to 76°C
  • display:
    °C or °F
  • scale:
    0,1°C or 0,1°F can be calibrated 50%

Altimeter (3 different altimeter functions)

  • max. altitude:
    12’300 m – scale: 1 m or 1 ft
  • QNH:
    indication of air pressure in hPa or in inHg
  • 3 altimeters:
    ALT1 absolute altimeter
    ALT2 absolute- or relative altimeter
    ALT3 differential altimeter

Clock function

  • real time clock: 12/24 h-mode with date and automatic calendar
  • stop watch: up to 99 h 59 min. 59 sec.
  • Flight timer: automatic start function

Indicator battery charge state

  • continuous monitoring of battery voltage- and indicator

multifunction display

  • compass rose, wind direction, Bearing, direction to last thermal

digitale speed display

  • measuring range:
    0 km/h up to 120 km/h
  • display:
    km/h, kts or mph
  • scale:
    1 km/h, 1 kt or 1 mph - can be calibrated: ± 50%

multifunction display, now altitude sequence

  • More pages: Menu,functional pages: glide ratio, wind indicator, Waypoints

lateral USB port

lateral port for speed sensor

Move your mouse pointer over the instrument image to see its various functions and display indicators in a tooltip