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Dynon Avionics Skyview Engine Monitor Module For Rotax 912 iS

$789.00/Each
Part# 10-04941
MFR Model# 101814-000

Overview

Dynon Avionics announces SkyView support for the new Rotax 912iS engine. Development of this capability has been underway for several months, with availability in the summer of 2012.

Support for the 912iS engine will be via a new SV-EMS-221 module. The SV-EMS-221 receives many engine parameters directly from the 912iS engine computer via its new dual-channel CAN bus interface. Engine parameters available from the 912iS engine computer include RPM, manifold pressure, oil pressure, oil temperature, coolant temperature, EGT for all four cylinders, ECU voltage, and engine hours. All the other normal SkyView SV-engine functions are still available using the SV-EMS-221, such as fuel level, trim position, battery voltage, and contacts.

A 912iS-specific engine sensor kit that includes the engine wiring harness, a Kavlico fuel pressure sensor, and an amps shunt are also available. See Accessories.

Founded in 2000, Dynon Avionics is the leading manufacturer of avionics for Experimental and Light Sport Aircraft. Continuing a tradition started with the introduction of their first Electronic Flight Information System “glass panel”, Dynon is committed to developing innovative and high-quality avionics integrating the newest technology at affordable prices for all pilots.

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