The FlyEFii System32 Engine Management System Hardware is the first electronic engine management system ever designed specifically for the needs of experimental aviation.
System32 is a state of the art, high speed, fully redundant system that represents the fulfillment of a ten year wish list of functionality.
Dual 32 bit high speed ECUs and a sunlight readable graphical LCD Cockpit Controller combine for seamless power and efficiency in managing your engine's electronic fuel injection and electronic ignition functions.
System32 will be offered in ignition only and full ignition + injection versions.
Advanced 32-bit microprocessor
EMI Filtering on all inputs
Operates down to 3.5 volts
Live Telemetry Interface
Integrated ADI Control
Up to 12 individually trimmable injector outputs
Onboard SD Card enables easy field updates, loading and saving map files, and data logging
Supports up to three O2 sensors
Integrated Boost Control
Lightning strike protection
Full 3D mapping of your ignition timing and fuel delivery
Compatible with standard left-right-both ignition switch
Color LCD 1000-NIT sunlight readable display
Integral rolling tape Air Fuel Ratio display
Convenient full size SD card enables easy field updates, loading and saving map files, and data logging
Seamlessly interfaces with two ECUs
Effortless tuning – enter your engine size and compression ratio to instantly set fuel and ignition base maps
Fits in standard 3-1/8” aircraft instrument hole
Annunciator display for ECU power, fuel pump power, and two battery voltages
Multi-function knob and buttons provide intuitive access to functions
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Q: Is the 07-19978 a dual ignition?
Yes, it is.
Q: Is the dual ignition controlled by one computer or is there full redundancy?
All System 32 kits are fully redundant.
Q: Is the power source redundant to maintain minimal engine function in case of complete electrical failure?
Per the manufacturer: We always recommend some type of redundant power supply when a dual electronic ignition is used on an airplane. Our Bus Manager product creates a triple redundant 12v supply for the ignition using two batteries.
Q: Can product 07-19978 be installed on a carbureted engine?
The EIGN32-4R ignition can be used on any Lycoming engine. It does not matter if the engine is carbureted or injected.