The turn indicator display contains hash marks where the needle may align during a turn. When the needle is lined up with these hash marks, the aircraft is performing a standard rate turn.
The standard rate (or named rate “one”) for most airplanes is three degrees per second or two minutes per 360 degrees of turn (a complete circle). This is marked as "2 min" on the display.
The balance indicator information of the aircraft is often obtained by an inclinometer, which is recognized as the ball in a tube
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