If you are looking for a cost effective solution to monitor your engine using our time proven EDM technology, take a look at the EDM 700/800 series. The main difference between the two is the EDM800 includes fuel flow as part of the package. These Plasma screen have been delivering engine information for millions of flight hours and fit in a standard panel hole. They are fully automatic, yet allow the user to select any readout, and of course offer LOP as well as ROP leaning displays. Stored parameters are updated every few seconds and can be downloaded and viewed using our free EzTrend software.
The Engine Data Management 700 system is one of the most advanced and accurate piston engine-monitoring instrument on the market. Using the latest microprocessor technology, the EDM will monitor up to twenty-four critical parameters in your engine, four times a second, with a linearized thermocouple accuracy of better than 0.1 percent or 2 F.
Think of the EDM 700 as your personal flight engineer. It's always there, working in the background, constantly watching over your engine while you concentrate on flying the aircraft. You can make an entire flight without ever pushing a button, if you so choose. Yet your EDM-700 will be monitoring your engine parameters three times a second and will warn you instantly if any parameter exceeds the programmed limit.
Leaning is accomplished quickly and automatically using the LeanFind™ procedure. With the EDM it is now possible to have substantially more diagnostic information available to you in a timely and usable manner.
The EDM 700 collects data and displays it for you in a useful way. You use the EDM 700 to monitor engine temperatures and voltages, adjust the fuel/air mixture, and diagnose engine malfunctions.
The EDM 700 displays temperature digitally and in analog format. The EGT as displayed is based on probes located near the exhaust outlet for each cylinder and the TIT probe, if installed, is adjacent to the turbo charger. These probes are not necessarily collocated with the primary probes therefore; EDM 700 may not indicate the same as the aircraft primary instruments. The analog display is an electronic bar graph (vertical columns, one per cylinder) of EGT & TIT temperatures presented as a percentage of 1650oF. Below the vertical columns the specific value for EGT and CHT are displayed digitally. The dot over the column indicates which cylinder's digital information is presently displayed. The missing bars at the base of the columns indicates the hottest and coldest Cylinder Head temperature trend. During Lean Find mode the leanest cylinder is displayed along with the fuel flow (optional) at that time. Depressing the LF and STEP button simultaneously brings up the adjustable scan rate function, OAT in oC or oF.
There are no field adjustments and or calibration requirements for the EDM-700 series instrument after initial installation. ICA is not required. Maintenance of nonfunctioning or malfunctioning components is limited to removal and replacement of JPI factory supplied new or repaired components as described in the troubleshooting section of the installation instructions.
With the EDM 700 acting as a flight engineer, you can enjoy improved fuel economy, reduced maintenance costs, and extended engine life. JPI is a leader in precision engine performance monitoring, and their expertise is built into the EDM 700.