The ClearNav Instruments vario system has been designed to provide glider pilots with the best possible climb and speed–to–fly guidance, as well as valuable secondary information, including wind speed and direction, air and ground speeds, and altitudes.
The vario can use either probe or purely electronic Total Energy compensation. It fits into a single 57 MM hole and the “black box” (Air Data Computer or “ADC”) can mount either directly to the display module or separately for maximum flexibility.
The vario has been designed to be fully compatible with the “ClearNav” display and, through the use of a serial data port, can also integrate with other moving map/glideslope devices.
The CNv (Variometer) consists of the Air Data Computer (ADC) which is the brains of the CNv which provides the advanced instrumentation that drives ClearNav variometer displays.