Dynon avionics

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Re: Dynon avionics

Postby lgsievila » Wed Jun 21, 2017 2:32 am

You are correct Chris and in the IEC standard "J" type positive is black and "K" type positive is green. My point was it can be confusing where in my Dynon Red T/C's go to a certain pin number and yellows to other pin numbers and Dynon takes care of the polarity.
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Re: Dynon avionics

Postby SonexN76ET » Wed Jun 21, 2017 9:45 am

Loren,

Your panel looks great! How do you like the CAMiT and the Prince Prop?

Jake
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Re: Dynon avionics

Postby lgsievila » Wed Jun 21, 2017 1:17 pm

Hi Jake,
Working great and getting honest 1000 fpm climb with a cruise prop and I weigh 230 . Had to put in a little larger needle jet for cruise rpms to get the EGTs down a little. Just sips gas and no other problems.
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Re: Dynon avionics

Postby surfly » Wed Jun 21, 2017 7:31 pm

Doug, this "older guy" will be 70 in September. I appreciated your input especially when I read your location. I am building my Onex in a hangar at Valkaria airport (X-59). sfc3bc@gmail.com.

Also, Loren thanks for the photo's of your panel. The 7" SkyView fits well in your panel. Beautiful job. Sherm
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