Dynon Avionics’ D10/D Series Electronic Flight Information Systems (EFIS) are glass cockpit avionics that integrate all flight parameters into one optimized. DYNON AVIONICS EFIS-D10A The flight data are all ergonomically arranged onto a single, bright sunlight readable, color liquid crystal display to optimize. Dynon’s EFIS-D10A fits into a standard /8″ panel hole, making it an ideal candidate for replacing vacuum and electric attitude indicators. This innovative.

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The G5 can align itself while taxiing and during level flight. The onscreen menu consists of two rows of grey text boxes denoting the currently displayed menu. It can also be installed as a second attitude indicator in aircraft that already have one installed. This innovative design consolidates all your flight instruments into a sunlight-readable, 4″ diagonal, color LCD. In a Cessnathe EFIS-D10A occupies a slightly larger area than the space available when a conventional attitude indicator is removed.

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The roll scale has tic marks at 10, 20, 30, 45, 60 and 90 degrees of roll. Can I add a Dynon EFIS to an aircraft that was not originally shipped with — or does not have — an attitude indicator?

Both displays have onboard backup batteries. The 7″ wide-screen display features large, easy to read text and graphics and is capable of displaying multiple pages of information in a split screen format. How much does it cost to install? But for cost, installation ease, display quality and backup battery life, we prefer the G5.


The attitude presentation is generated from algorithms using multiple sensors and is not reliant on any single external system. Can I install it myself? When passing within and again at feet of a selected altitude, the set value flashes for five seconds.

When a count-down or count-up timer is enabled, it is displayed in place of the clock until the timer is stopped. This purpose-built design is unencumbered by burdensome operating systems that typically slow down performance and require long boot times. The G5 calculates attitude using built-in inertial sensors.

Automatic recovery from rates greater than degrees per d1a in roll, pitch and yaw.

Dynon EFIS-D10A

Some aircraft will need to have existing instrument spacing modified. Backorder Usually days. This modular concept promotes greater flexibility when configuring new aircraft panel systems and facilitates future expansion if so desired. In normal operation, the instrument uses airspeed to aid with attitude accuracy.

The stationary roll indicator has an internal arrow that moves to stay perpendicular to the horizon, while a moving roll indicator rotates the scale about a stationary internal arrow, which points to the current roll angle on the scale.

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Dynon is the launch partner for this STC process. This harness is aircraft grade quality and provides connections to the instrument primary power, remote compass, PC connection, transponder, DSAB and audio output.


Automatic recovery from rates greater than degrees per second in roll, pitch and yaw.


Aircraft owners who work on their aircraft under the supervision and approval of an appropriately rated mechanic could apply this STC to their aircraft in that manner. More aircraft approvals are expected to follow. As for user feature set, Garmin keeps the menu structure shallow and only displays the G5 data in a single PFD format. The probe has two static air pressure ports—one on the face, which is insensitive to the angle of attack—and another located on an angled surface of the probe, just under the pitot port.

Alarm signal for input to intercom or audio panel. The instrument also uses GPS and airspeed data to tighten up the accuracy of the attitude information. When linked via DSAB, pages displayed on one instrument may be shared for display on other Dynon instruments. Dynon’s remote compass module permits magnetic heading to be sensed in an area of the aircraft where magnetic interference is minimal.

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