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Dynon Debuts D30 Electronic Flight Display

STC’d Unit Complements SkyView HDX Installations

Founded in 2000 as a joint-venture between a semiconductor entrepreneur and a pilot, Dynon is a respected designer and manufacturer of light-aircraft avionics.

Dynon has added the D30 Touchscreen Electronic Flight Display to its Dynon Certified product line. The D30 is designed to serve as a backup set of flight instruments in STC’d SkyView HDX systems, which may now be installed into over six-hundred type-certificated aircraft models.

The D30 is FAA approved and available immediately.

The D30 features a large, four-inch, sunlight readable, high-resolution touchscreen display. The display provides pilots with critical backup flight information, including attitude, airspeed, altitude, vertical speed, turn rate, and slip/skid indications.

An integrated backup battery provides up to five-hours of runtime in the event of aircraft power failure, giving pilots confidence that they have access to critical flight information when it is needed most. Compact at only 3.7-inches deep, the D30 mounts in a slightly modified 3-1⁄8-inch instrument hole via a docking ring mounting bracket. The bracket allows for one-screw installation and removal of the instrument.

Dynon avionics marketing director Michael Schofield stated: “The D30 is an exciting addition to the Dynon Certified family of products. Its large, bright, high-resolution screen is class-leading and easy to read when it's needed most in an emergency. On a nostalgic note, the D30 is the successor to the venerable EFIS-D10A, which has been for sale continuously for twenty-years. While we sunset one of the products that enabled our early success, we are thrilled to release a modernized flight display to continue its legacy.”

List price for the Dynon D30 is $1,945. The unit is currently available through Dynon Avionics and authorized Dynon Certified installers.

FMI: www.dynoncertified.com


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