Dynon's EFIS-D10A fits into a standard 3-1/8" panel hole, making it an ideal candidate for replacing vacuum and electric attitude indicators. This innovative design consolidates 10 flight instruments that are displayed on a sunlight readable, 4” diagonal, color LCD. Six buttons below the LCD allow pilots to perform flight related functions, configure the instrument and perform initial calibrations.
Key safety features include Dynon's optional Angle-of Attack/ Pitot design that alerts pilots of potential stall conditions and an optional Li-ion backup battery which will keep the instrument running for 2 hours in the event of a power bus failure.
Dynon's advanced ADAHRS (Air Data, Attitude and Heading Reference System) integrates over a dozen solid-state sensors that deliver exceptional performance and reliability. All the ADAHRS sensors are built inside the EFIS-D10A instrument housing saving installation time and space. Each ADAHRS undergoes a rigorous calibration regime at the factory to ensure accuracy over its full operating range. Unlike mechanical gyros, Dynon's rugged design is tolerant to aggressive flight maneuvers, automatically corrects itself anytime its gyros capabilities are exceeded and cannot be damaged by aerobatics or unusual attitudes.
Dynon's EFIS-D10A utilizes an embedded, multi-processor design that delivers real-time performance and stability. This purpose-built design is unencumbered by burdensome operating systems that typically slow down performance and require long boot times. Dynon's software design enables complete control to maximize execution speed and deliver robust reliability. A hallmark of the EFIS-D10A's performance and a great safety feature is its ability to display the correct attitude within a few seconds of being powered on while in flight.
To guard against a power failure scenario, the EFIS-D10A may be optionally equipped with a Li-Ion Backup Battery. When power loss is detected, the instrument will automatically notify the pilot and immediately begin running on battery power for a minimum of 2 hours to enable a safe landing.
Any cockpit equipped with more than one Dynon instrument can benefit from the connection capability that comes via the Dynon Smart Avionics Bus (DSAB). When linked via DSAB, pages displayed on one instrument may be shared across the bus for display on any other Dynon instrument. DSAB not only allows you to share the fun with your co-pilot but delivers Dynon generated data directly to the instrument in front of you whenever you call upon it.