The EMS-D10 is a ergonomically engineered engine monitor that blends traditional analog gauges with newer digital technologies to provide a user-friendly instrument that enhances safety and peace of mind. With up to 27 separate inputs available, the pilot's workload is significantly reduced as the EMS-D10 continuously monitors all sensor inputs for the powerplant, fuel and other miscellaneous systems and immediately annunciates any abnormality requiring attention.
A multi-page display environment provides pilots with an excellent systems overview coupled with the added capability of presenting additional detail upon demand to optimize overall management of the various systems. Each of the color graphic screen presentations promotes easy visual scanning for interpretation of the current measurements relative to their normal/abnormal operational limits.
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The bezel is 4.09"W x 3.39"H and the depth behind the panel is 5.25" (not including wire harness).
No, there is not a complete kit as you will have to order the main Dynon probe package and then order extension leads for each probe/sender.
The EMS D10 (10-01160) weighs 1 lb. 4 oz.
Yes, the D10 fits in the standard 3-1/8" instrument opening.
No, there is not an STC to install the EMS D10 in a certified aircraft.
Yes you can as the Dynon Rotax kit only includes parts/probes that do not come with the engine already.
Per Dynon, P/N 10-01160 can monitor water pressure and temp when used with typical engine sensor.