KNOWLEDGE IS POWER
What is the current altitude of your model? Is your airplane climbing or descending? Are you in a thermal? The Graupner Vario Module will provide you
with all this information â€“ and more â€“ either through your radioâ€™s display
screen or through a series of vario tones.
Obtain launch altitude information, know whether you have exceeded your
maximum altitude, or even track predictive flight trends for your climbs and
The Vario Module is super-lightweight, making it an
excellent companion for sailplanes or hand-launched gliders. The Vario Module can be set and programmed either
via a HoTT radio or SMART-BOX.
- Model altitude measurement by Vario pressure sensor
- Warning thresholds for minimum altitude, maximum altitude
and climb/drop speed
- Set warning times to: OFF, 5, 10, 15, 29 or 30 seconds
- Set warning repeat intervals to: 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 minutes
- Graupner HoTT Vario Module
This vario works great! It helped me recognize and stay in thermals. It has taken my glider experience to a new level. I bought 3 of these so all my gliders are equipped with this great piece of equipment. You will be surprise how much a difference a vario can make!
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) King White from San Antonio, TX on 5/9/2018
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) alexsey malinovsky from Amazon on 12/5/2014
Excellent product, good seller.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) Pascal Monnot from Amazon on 6/15/2015
Really nice piece of equipment
Works flawlessly, doesn't seem to drift as much as other altimeters which is really good
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) Eitan Rotbart from Canada on 7/17/2018
Voice announce compatible
What's nice about this unit is that it calls out altitude verbally using my MZ24 pro. The alert tone and then Heidi announces "Altitude '#' feet", or is her name Gretchen?
Reviewed by: Lee Coleman from Sugar Land, TX on 10/22/2018
love the Graupner products. Can't imagine using anything else for flying gliders.
Reviewed by: lou scheel from minden,nv on 11/8/2016
Compact and quality product.
Reviewed by: Michael Cox from Angola, IN on 2/27/2019