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Dynon Avionics EFIS-D10 Deliveries Pass 500 Units

Most Affordable EFIS Now Flying On Dozens of Aircraft

Designed for sport flyers with sport budgets, Dynon has been written up in ANN a number of times for their amazing little offering, a small stand-alone EFIS unit that retails for less than $2000. Well, it appears that a number of others shared our interest. Dynon has told ANN that over 500 units have already been shipped, while refinements and upgrades pour forth with increasing rapidity.

Among the most recent developments at Dynon, there is the release of the unheated version of the Dynon AOA/Pitot probe and the release of V1.05 software to support it. The AOA/Pitot probe completes the original vision for the EFIS-D10 and gives the pilot complete flight information in a highly usable format all on one compact display.

Dynon's Gillian D'Ancicco told ANN that a heated version was considered a strong priority at the company and that aggressive work continues for both the heated version of the AOA/Pitot probe and the OAT (outside air temperature) sensor and supporting software. Pricing for the OAT sensor has not been set at this time, Gillian promises ANN that they understand the demands of their market, and that their aim is to keep it all affordable.

The new OAT sensor will require the external compass module (EDC-D10) that contains the hardware interface and the signal conditioning needed for the sensor. With the OAT sensor, the EFIS-D10 will add an INFO type display of OAT, TAS (true airspeed), and DA (density altitude). Both the heated AOA/Pitot probe and the OAT option are expected to be available late this year. Gillian alos notes that the Dynon web site has been updated to include a revised FAQ, new pictures of the EFIS displays and dimensions of the AOA/pitot probe.

There are other products in the pipeline at Dynon... so keep your eyes peeled for additional announcements around springtime.

FMI: www.dynonavionics.com

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