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LSA, Ultra Lights and Microlights

LSA, Ultra Lights and Microlights
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LSA, Ultra Lights and Microlights

We cater for all LSA, Microlight and Ultralight category installations.  

We can work with homebuilders to ensure their avionics installations are up to the highest possible standards.  You can do the panel work which, chances are, you have become quite expert at after completing your build. leave the wiring to us, trust us to take the same care and attention to detail as you do.  We will provide complete wiring diagrams for every installation.
This category of aircraft can often take advantage of the growing number of non-certified avionics products which are able to integrate new electronic technologies much quicker that the certified manufacturers.
If you are pasionate about your aircraft come in and talk to us about an avionics package that you can be proud of.
Tecnam with Dynon Skyview.
This customer ordered their Tecnams with factory a installed Dynon Skyview System.  All we needed to do was install an Icom IC-A210 VHF AM Comm, Garmin GTX327 Transponder, PS Emgineering PMA4000 Audio Panel/Intercom and a Kannad Integra 406 ELT.
If you look carefully, you will see that we also re-arranged all the switches to make it suit their style of training.  New switch panel were manufactured to accomodate the changes.  Being an LSA category aircraft, the modifications were approved by the aircraft manufacturer.
Tecnam with Dynon D6 and Garmin GPSMAP695.
The Gamin GPSMAP695 is a bit of a squeeze but it looks fantastic once it's in.  The Dynon D6 is a very inexpensive way to get a modern EFIS screen as it installs in a standard 3.125 inch instrument hole (Providing there are no instruments too close on either side)
The little J.P. Instruments FS450 Fuel Flow (mounted at the top of the co-pilot's panel) is a great way to monitor fuel useage, when interfaced with the GPS (RS232 Serial Data) it will let you know if you're going to get to your intended destination.
Tecnam with Dynon D100 (PFD) and D120 (EMS).
This customer wanted to keep all the original analog engine and airframe instrumentation as well as installing a new D120 Engine Monitor System.  This presented all sorts of chalenges as most transducers (or senders) are not designed to work with more than one indicator.  Te end result was a nice balance of old and new technology.

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