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Xerion Intro's Digital Engine Management System For Piston Twins

Piston Twin Engine & Fuel Instrument Retrofit

Xerion Avionix, makers of the AuRACLE Engine Management System, has disclosed details of the CRM 2120, a digital engine management system upgrade for general aviation piston twins. The CRM 2120 replaces an aircraft’s existing array of engine and fuel gauges with one primary integrated system that significantly reduces pilot workload and enhances safety.

“The CRM 2120 will become the primary engine and fuel instrumentation for the legacy twin engine fleet,” says Eric Hathaway, Xerion vice president of sales. “This is the first time that twin engine pilots have had the choice of replacing their old steam gauges.”

Engine and fuel data from both engines appears on two 5-inch sunlight readable LCD screens. Operation info such as MP, RPM and fuel flows are displayed on the upper screen, along with critical engine parameters, including CHT, EGT and TIT. The lower screen displays fuel and oil status, percentage of horsepower, OAT and more. The CRM 2120 is manufactured to military specifications with a single remote engine interface penetrating the firewall in each nacelle.

Xerion Avionix introduced the AuRACLE Engine Management System for single engine aircraft last year. Xerion is currently shipping the AuRACLE for all models of the Beechcraft Bonanza. Field installations on all Cessna and Piper singles begin in June.

The CRM 2120 will be TSO’d and STC’d for a long list of twin-engine aircraft, including Pipers, the Beechcraft Baron and 300-400 series Cessnas. Final certification of the CRM2120 is expected this fall, and Xerion is offering substantial discounts for pilots and aircraft operators who order during the current promotional period.

FMI: www.xerionavionix.com

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