SkyView... the professional glass panel system for experimental and Light Sport aircraft.
Future Expandability SkyView Overview:
Experimental and LSA pilots know that they have the most technologically advanced GA aircraft flying. SkyView continues that tradition with the next generation of glass panels, offering fully redundant networks and systems, incredibly bright screens, design flexibility, and future upgradability unsurpassed by anything else flying. SkyView development is proceeding on course.
Links to mechanical drawings can be found on the left of this page.
The system architecture is shown below.
Very bright, high-resolution screens driven by advanced graphic processors create highly visible and readable displays. Screen resolutions are 1024x600 for the SV-D1000 10” and 800x480 for the SV-D700 7”. Brightness is over 1350 nits for the 10” display and 1200 nits for the 7” display. Displays are fully dimmable for night flight. A wiring harness included with each display makes for easy connections between displays and modules.
Integrated User Interface:
Two ten-position control knobs (left, right, up, down, diagonal, push, and rotary) offer easy and intuitive control of your SkyView displays. EFIS, EMS, Autopilot, Moving Map, 3-D Terrain/Synthetic Vision, and menu structures are all available with less than three button presses. Future functionality will include external video display, weather data, traffic, and complete Com radio, Nav radio, and transponder control.
Every SkyView system display and module is connected by two independent power and data buses. The failure of any bus connection or module will result in automatic fail-over to a working bus or module.
Total System Battery Backup:
The system battery will provide over an hour of backup power to displays and modules.
Flexible User Interface:
The default screen setups are logical and functional, so you can start flying with a minimum of setup time. But as you determine your preferences and screen layouts, the displayed data can be configured in ways that work best for you.
The SV-EMS-220 can be mounted closer to the engine, allowing easier wire routing. Note: the SV-EMS-220 cannot be mounted on the engine side of the firewall.
The SV-ADAHRS-200 is a complete MEMS-based attitude reference and air data computer, integrated with a digital compass. This allows easier mounting and higher accuracy calibration between the system components. One or more SV-ADAHRS-201 Modules can be added to a SkyView System for redundancy.
The SV-GPS-250 connects to the system backup battery for greater reliability. Other NMEA compatible GPS receivers may also be connected to the SkyView system and used in lieu of or redundant to the SV-GPS-250.
Your existing Dynon engine monitor sensors and harness will work with the new SV-EMS-220 Engine Module. Your existing Dynon Servos will work with the SkyView system, including a redundant network connection. Your existing Dynon pitot probes will also work with the SkyView system.
Convenient program and data updates via USB memory stick.
Basic two 10” displays with EMS & ADAHRS setup
2 x 10-03932 - SkyView 10” Display (includes main wiring harness)
1 x 10-03939 - SkyView GPS 5Hz Receiver Module (pins into main harness)
1 x 10-03940 - SkyView Backup Battery
2 x 10-03942 - Network Cable – Both ends with connectors, 3’ long*
1 x 10-03938 - SkyView Engine Monitoring Module
1 x Engine Harness – See list below
1 x 10-03936 - SkyView ADAHRS – First ADAHRS
1 x 10-03943 - Network Cable – Both ends with connectors, 6’ long*
*Choose appropriate network cable distance. “With connectors” have 9 pin connectors attached at both ends where “with pins only” has one 9 pin connector attached and bare wires at the other end (extra 9 pin connector included “with pins only” cable).
A neat setup to make you ADSB work on your Dynon
These are made (I guess) by Dynon. I wish the wires ends were marked as to where they go. Ito me the average builder itâ€™s hard to figure out where they hook up to. Iâ€™m sure others can figure it out but would be so simple if Dynon would just use wires that had where they go, like spruce does.
Almost a plug and play! Easy to install. Support from Dynon and Aircraft Spruce was exceptional. Made it a breeze to install in an amateur built experimental RANS S12 XL. Integrates very well with the SV system. Set on Auto, one less thing to keep on the checklist. Now adding Dynon SV Radio and intercom for even more stress free flying!
Works as stated. Necessary if you fly experimental within B class airports with 30 mile Mode C radius veil.
What can I say...the Dynon SkyView system is awesome! This transponder works as described and shipped fast!
DELIVERED AS SPECIFIED IN GOOD CONDITION
New EMS module corrected RF EMI issue on Skyview Classic display.
Needed a backup battery for a Skyview display and very few companies stock them. You do, which saved a lot of shipping time coast to coast. Thanks again for the great service.
You have the option of RG 400 or RG 58 coax cable. RG 400 is a higher quality cable but either will work.
No, the Skyview system is not TSO'd and is intended for experimental aircraft.
They are standard density pins.
This would be part number 10-01196. The diagram is under the documents tab.
Per the manufactuerer, the Dynon Skyview XPDR transponder can interface to the Garmin 480.
The Dynon Skyview XPDR transponder without the harness still comes with the mounting bracket and 25 pin connector kit.
No, this system is not FAA Approved and is intended for use in experimental aircraft only.
Yes the transponder will still work as it is power separately. Based on the wire diagram, the encoder info is only offered by the Skyview system.
Unfortunately, this unit cannot be installed in a certificated aircraft even as a back up. Please see the certified G5 for a qualifying unit.
It is the output power (in watts) USA requires class 1 where Europe is ok with class 2.