Dynon flight display approval expanded
More than thirty aircraft models are now approved to use Dynon flight displays through a Supplemental Type Certificate created by the Experimental Aircraft Association in partnership with Dynon and the FAA and available for Faa-registered aircraft.
Eligible types now include: Beech Bonanza, Debonair, Musketeer, Sundowner, Sierra, and Skipper; Cessna 150/152, 170, 172, 175, 177, 177RG, 180, 182, 185, 205, 206, 207 and 210; Grumman AA-1 and AA-5; Maule: M-4, M-5, M-6 and M-7; Mooney M20; Piper Comanche, PA-28 series, PA-32 series and Tomahawk.
The STCS sell for $100 to EAA members and allow for the installation of the Dynon unit as either a primary or backup attitude indicator in eligible aircraft. The display is connected to the aircraft’s pitot-static system and will back up all primary flying instrumentation. A magnetometer, OAT probe and angle of attack probe are optional. The STC’S instructions for continued airworthiness have also been updated to clarify that the Dynon unit may be used either as primary instrumentation or as a backup. dynonavionics.com
Dynon EFIS units have long been popular with homebuilders