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Amps or Volts

Marl

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Fellers----


I'm working on my panel right now--have to decide what electrical monitoring instrument I'm gonna use. (Due to panel space limits, I want to try to get by with just one guage).


In a simple biplane---only electrics are radio, transponder, intercom, nav and strobe lights, and back-up fuel pump---which would be better to have---ammeter or voltmeter?


I've got an opinion---but I'll hold it until we get some thoughts from others.
 

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