Experimenter

April 2014

Experimenter is a magazine created by EAA for people who build airplanes. We will report on amateur-built aircraft as well as ultralights and other light aircraft.

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8 Vol.3 No.4 / April 2014 FLIGHTLINE DYNON AVIONICS HAS unveiled the new SkyView™ integrated avionics system. This latest edition of Dynon's fl agship product includes SkyView Touch™, two new control panels, and dozens of new features in SkyView 10.0 software. Michael Schofi eld, marketing manager at Dynon Avionics, said: "The New SkyView™ is the most intuitive and capable avionics system available. We've focused on creating an incredible pilot inter- face with SkyView Touch™ and new dedicated control panels. From the simplest light-sport aircraft to the most complex IFR aircraft, there's a SkyView for every panel." Dynon's pilot-engineers designed SkyView to have a clean and intuitive interface so pilots can focus on the fl ying, not the technology. SkyView Touch™ is priced at $3,995 (MSRP), only $395 above the non-touch, 10-inch display, and will be available this month. Dynon's commitment to supporting product platforms for years means that existing SkyView customers don't get left behind: every existing SkyView SV-D1000 display can be upgraded to touch for only $795. Complementing SkyView displays are the new SV-KNOB- PANEL and SV-AP-PANEL Control Panels, designed to minimize workload and provide the pilot the most intuitive and direct interface. The Knob Control Panel has dedicated controls for the most-frequently adjusted items - altitude bug, altimeter setting (baro), and heading/track bug. The Autopilot Control Panel provides single button activation of all autopi- lot modes, including LEVEL mode and fl ight director. It has a built-in two-axis speed-sensitive trim controller. Both products are backlit, dimmed by SkyView, and available in horizontal and vertical versions. The SV-KNOB-PANEL can be added to any SkyView system for $250 (MSRP). The SV-AP-PANEL can be added to any Sky- View system for $550 (MSRP). Both will ship in April. A new PDF brochure and more information about Sky- View™ is available at www.TheNewSkyView.com . For more information about Dynon products, call Dynon at 425.402.0433 or e-mail info@DynonAvionics.com , or at www.DynonAvionics.com . Dynon Avionics Announces the new SkyView™ Featuring SkyView Touch™ ROTAX HAS CREATED a global fl ight school locator web application. It's simple to use and free. Flight schools worldwide are encouraged to add their listings. For full details, visit the Rotax-Owner blog post . Rotax also will donate a brand-new 912 iS engine in exchange for the fi rst 912 iS to reach 2,000 hours of fl ight time in a fl ight school. Full details are also available on the Rotax blog. Rotax also will celebrate the 25th an- niversary of the Rotax 912 engine family with a fl y-in June 5 to 7 at Wels, Austria. For full details, visit the Rotax-Owner blog post . Lastly, Rotax has released a new video that looks at three key dif erences in the new-style (2013 version) cylinder heads for the Rotax 912 and 914 series aircraft engines. Watch the video . Flight Schools: Win a New Rotax Engine Photography courtesy of Dynon and Zenith Aircraft E A A E X P _ A p r 1 4 . i n d d 8 EAAEXP_Apr14.indd 8 3 / 3 1 / 1 4 9 : 4 0 A M 3/31/14 9:40 AM

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