|Electronics International PMA'd and STC'd USB Smart Charger for your EI CGR-30 Primary Engine Monitor System|
Excellent. Why buy anything else.
Its awesome, but it would have been nice of EI to include 2 or 3 D sub jumpers and a pin extraction tool : / Not all of us have a twin with two CGR-30Ps and a 30C !! Most of us are only going to need to use one of the USB ports in the middle for data transfer.
Had to start over on plug because the pins were impossible to remove to disable useless pass through usb connections. Should have come with 3 jumpers and plugs not installed. An extra $75 to install for no good reason.
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Per EI: Each of the two outside ports provide 2.1 amps. The 3 middle ports are designed for communication and not recommended for charging purposes.
This product is STC'd when installed with the CGR-30. You can install as a stand alone unit but it is not STC'd and you will need to get with your installer to see if a minor alteration can be done for the sign off.
Per Electronics International, this unit is currently not FAA or EASA TSO'd as a stand-alone unit at this time. The Document in the Documents tab have been fixed.
The two edge USBs are only for charging while the 3 middle USB ports are for data transfer.
It is not TSO'D and cannot be used as a standalone charger.