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Mid-Continent offers multifunction digital clock series

Get local or Zulu time; set a flight timer, countdown timer, or stopwatch; and monitor volts, outside air temperature, and secondary air temperature while simultaneously charging one or two devices with the new Chronos digital clock series from Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics.

The Chronos digital clock series displays more than time and serves as a USB charger. Photo courtesy of Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics.

The clocks start at $499 and can fit into a standard two-inch cutout in the instrument panel. They feature an internal battery to keep the time and flight timer memory, and the battery can be replaced in the field when needed.

“There was a clear gap in the market for modern, multifunction clocks,” said Matthew Harrah, Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics senior vice president of technology and products. “First and foremost, panel space is a premium. Our customers wanted more built-in functionality and access to fast-charging USB power, all-in-one.”

The digital clock release comes less than three months after the company released its Flex MD23 Series Custom Function Display that also fits in a two-inch cutout and can be configured to “serve as almost any instrument, ranging from a basic annunciator (landing gear, master caution) to sophisticated instruments such as a radar altimeter display, angle of attack indicator, altimeter, or airspeed indicator,” AOPA previously reported.

Alyssa J. Miller

Alyssa J. Cobb

AOPA Senior Director of eMedia and Online Managing Editor
AOPA Senior Director of eMedia and Online Managing Editor Alyssa J. Cobb began working at AOPA in 2004, is a flight instructor, and loves flying her Cessna 170B with her husband and son. Alyssa is also co-host of AOPA Live This Week.
Topics: Avionics, Gear, Aircraft Accessories

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