MVP-50P Non-Certified Engine Monitoring System For Standard System installs or FADEC System installs
If already equipped with "FADEC System" MVP-50P will pull data directly from FADEC, minimal hardware rewuired but is included.
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The MVP-50P replaces over 15 Engine Instruments and 50 Functions in a single, full color, enhanced TFT glass display instrument. It features excellent viewability, even in direct sunlight. The MVP-50 is an unrivaled Engine and Aircraft System Monitor with an easy-to-read and easy-to-use format. There are Pilot-Programmable colors, ranges and limits and a voice alarm for each instrument displayed. Its “System Page” displays trims, flaps, wheel status lights, many system parameters and annunciators. This is the most powerful engine and system analyzer on the market, featuring the following displays: Bar Graph (with Scan and Hottest Cylinder modes), Rich-of-Peak, Lean-of-Peak, Full Digital, Normalized and Differential. The MVP-50P’s instant red and yellow visual warnings, as well as voice annunciators for all Programmed Limits, eliminate the need to constantly scan an entire panel for possible problems.
The MVP-50P provides many “Flight Data Screens” to reduce cockpit clutter and pilot workload. Some of these screens are:
WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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