The D30 is designed to serve as a backup set of flight instruments in STC’d SkyView HDX systems, providing pilots with “critical backup flight information, including attitude, airspeed, altitude, vertical speed, turn rate, and slip/skid indications,” according to company officials.
A new partnership between Dynon Avionics and Airmate enables SkyView pilots in the United State to access Airmate’s aviation data for $49.90 a year.
Dynon’s autopilot is now FAA approved for Cessna Skylane C182E and later models, including retractable gear and turbocharged models.
In a first for Dynon, customers can now buy pre-assembled packages that deliver FastTrack mounting trays, SkyView modules, and SkyView network cables already mounted and connected.
The latest version allows wireless chart transfer to pilots who use Seattle Avionics’ FlyQ EFB, as well as improved twin-engine monitoring.
Dynon’s first approval for a twin-engine aircraft is for the Piper Seneca.
Programming includes virtual booth visits, webinars, forums and a virtual “hangar” happy hour.
The latest version of Dynon Avionics’ SkyView system software for experimental and light sport aircraft is now available on the Dynon website for download. The update features the first official release for the Advanced Control Module (ACM). The ACM is a full-featured, plug-n-play digital electrical hub for aircraft equipped with Dynon’s turnkey ADVANCEDPANEL. The latest […]
The SkyView HDX Approved Model List covers Bonanza P35, S35, V35, V35A, and V35B models.