Interfaces Available For Most Major Flight Management
CO Guardian, LLC., is introducing aviation’s first
built-in pulse oximeter for airplane panels. This Life Guardian
Aero-355 has been designed for all aircraft with limited panel
space. The small pulse Oximeter with CO Detector mounts easily in
most panels and transmits data to the MFD’S via RS232.
Current MFD manufacturers include Electronics International,
Advanced Flight Technologies, Grand Rapids Instruments and on
upcoming releases of Avidyne Entegra Release 9.
The unit transmits the pilot’s blood oxygen levels (SPO2),
heart rate statistics, CO Level, Cabin temperature and Cabin
Altitude to the MFD’s display units. The pilot inserts a
finger in the unit and quickly gets readouts so he/she can
determine his/her general physical and his environmental condition.
Aero-355 reminds the pilot when he/she passes 10K and every 30
minutes above 10K to check his/her SPO2 and Heart Rate.
CO Guardian is the leader in carbon monoxide detectors for
General Aviation. It is standard safety equipment on all new Cessna
172, 182, 206, 350, 400, Cirrus SR20, SR22, Diamond DA40 and
The detector can be integrated with Garmin G900X, G1000, GNS480,
Electronic Instrument EI-MVP50, Advance-Flight Systems model
AF-2500/AF-3500, Grand Rapids (Sport Series Engine Monitor and
Horizon 1),and Aerosonic/OPT Technology Flight op. By early 2010 we
will be integrated with Dynon. The company currently does not offer
an interface with the Garmin 430/530.
The data on MFDs may include: CO level, cabin temperature and
cabin pressure via RS232 or 0-5V output to the Multi Functional
The new Aero 355 which will display CO Level, Blood Oxygen
Level, Heart Rate, Cabin Altitude will integrate with Electronic
Instrument EI-MVP50, Advance-Flight Systems model AF-2500/AF-3500,
Grand Rapids (Sport Series Engine Monitor and Horizon 1).
Integration with Dynon and Avidyne Release 9 is planned for release