Dynon's FlightDEK-D180 integrates its best-selling EFIS and EMS (Engine Monitor System) electronics with a larger 7" diagonal, sunlight readable, color LCD. This instrument boasts a stunning 854 x 480 pixel display that delivers more than three times the resolution offered by competitive units.
FlightDEK-D180 provides all your primary flight instruments in combination with a possible 16 engines gauges. Other key capabilities include a built-in altitude encoder and optional Angle of Attack for added safety. A simple softkey menu system facilitates paging through various screens and activating key functions. Audible and visual alarms are immediately annunciated anytime user-specified limits are exceeded.
The class-leading LCD affords split-screen partitioning to seamlessly blend primary flight instruments with engine parameters or other key data panels. Three types of split-screen panels allow pilots to view real-time Engine Data, Checklists, or Aviation Data all while never leaving the primary EFIS instruments behind.
The price includes a mounting tray, remote compass module and USB-serial converter. Engine probe packages supporting a variety of engines are available as well as other accessories and options that further extend the D180's capabilities. A key benefit that Dynon offers is free lifetime software updates for all its products.
No, the Dynon D180 is for experimental aircraft and does not have a PMA, TSO or STC and cannot be installed in a certified aircraft.
Yes the D180 via its serial output can give EMS (engine) and EFIS (flight) data.
Yes, the D180 can be used in experimental light sport aircraft.
The GTX 327 requires an external altitude encoder for mode C operation but when connected to a Dynon D180 does not need it as the D180 can give static information to the GTX 327.
Yes, the Dynon autopilot system only.
The D-180 can only run a Dynon autopilot system. At this time, we have no knowledge on if this unit will be IFR approved if Dynon gains FAA approval for this unit.
No, the TAS can not be displayed on the ribbon.