Mon, Jul 25, 2005
Xerion Avionix LLC is introducing a new engine monitor, the
AuRACLE, at AirVenture 2005.
The AuRACLE TM will support both non-certified and certificated
aircraft. Shipments of non-certified product are scheduled for
October, 2005, with STC installations for certificated aircraft
scheduled to begin in the 1st quarter of 2006. The AuRACLE TM and
its bright 5.0" color LCD display is to be certified for primary
instrument replacement and could be used to replace original
equipment MAP, RPM, FF, EGT, and CHT instruments, freeing up
valuable panel space.
"The engine monitoring market segment is starting to realize
significant benefits from the latest in flat panel, automotive, and
telecommunications technologies," stated Xerion Avionix president
Wayne Carl. "Xerion will be introducing a line of engine management
systems over the next twelve months that will provide GA pilots
with the benefits of these technologies, at an affordable
"Xerion is committed to the development of relationships with
our customers and sales partners. This philosophy has been the
driving force behind the design of the AuRACLE TM product line, and
is essential to our future success," continued Carl.
Xerion will release a twin engine version of the AuRACLE TM for
certificated aircraft next spring.
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