The value of Digital engine temps for precision engine monitoring is well documented. JPI has merged the Analog and digital information into one gauge. The EDM-760 monitoring 29 channels of information with 14 columns of analog information. All EDM's have a built in voltmeter monitoring high and low system voltage. All the enhancements found on the single engine EDM-700 are included in the Twin engine EDM-760, including:|
Digital display of OAT, TIT, CARB, IDA, CDT, and EGT/CHT, Shock Cooling displayed in degrees per minute with alarms, Normalize Mode levels the bar graph display for instant identification of engine trends during cruise, Automatically finds first cylinder to peak on each engine.
EDM-760 is shipped complete including everything necessary for installation. The package contains JPI Quick response EGT probes, Bayonet CHT probes with wiring harness, insulating sleeves, terminals w/mounting screws. Options like Oat, CDT/IAT are available and can be added later. Two year warranty on electronics. Size: 3-1/8" display with 14 columns, installed weight = 6 lbs. RS-232 Output port and one TIT function are included in system.
All EDM-760 systems come with data recording and provide long term trend monitoring to maintain ultimate engine health.Data Recording capability will records and stores all displayed parameters and, at a later time, transfer the info to a palmtop or laptop PC. Retrieve all the data stored in the EDM-760 or only the new data recorded since your last retrieval. In either case, no data is erased in the EDM unit.
The data will be saved to a PC in a compressed format file. PC program supplied with the Data Recording Option will decompress the data for display and use by other programs, such as MS Excel or Lotus 123.
EDM-760 Data Recording contains a date and time clock. You may also program an aircraft ID, such as your aircraft registration number or your name that will appear in the output data file.
Per JPI, the EDM 760 can be sold as just the display unit but the cost would be the same as the one with all the accessories included.
No, this is a secondary instrument. Your primary gauge will need to be kept operational.