EMS-D10 Pilot's User's Guide


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EMS-D10 Engine Monitoring System Pilot’s User Guide P/N 100438-000, Revision H For use with firmware version 5.4 August, 2010 Dynon Avionics This product is not approved for installation in type certificated aircraft

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Contact Information Dynon Avionics, Inc. 19825 141st Place NE Woodinville, WA 98072 Phone: (425) 402-0433 - 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Pacific Time) Monday - Friday Fax: (425) 984-1751 Dynon Avionics offers online sales, extensive support, and continually-updated information on its products via its Internet sites:  www.dynonavionics.com –Dynon Avionics primary web site; including:  docs.dynonavionics.com – Current and archival documentation.  downloads.dynonavionics.com – Software downloads.  support.dynonavionics.com – Support resources.  store.dynonavionics.com – Dynon’s secure online store...

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Introduction Information in this document is subject to change without notice. Dynon Avionics reserves the right to change or improve its products and to make changes in the content without obligation to notify any person or organization of such changes. Visit the Dynon Avionics website (www.dynonavionics.com) for updates and supplemental information concerning the use and operation of this and other Dynon Avionics products. Limited Warranty Dynon Avionics warrants this product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for three years from date of shipment. Dynon Avionics will,...

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EMS-D10 Pilot’s User Guide

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1. INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing the Dynon Avionics EMS-D10. This section provides some important cautionary information and general usage instructions for this manual. Before You Fly We strongly recommended that you read this entire guide before attempting to use the EMS-D10 in an actual flying situation. Additionally, we encourage you to spend time on the ground familiarizing yourself with the operation of the product. While first learning to use the instrument in the air, we recommend you have a backup pilot with you in the aircraft. Finally, we encourage you to keep this manual...

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Warning Dynon Avionics’ products incorporate a variety of precise, calibrated electronics. Except for replacing the optional internal backup battery in EFIS-based products per the installation guide, our products do not contain any field/userserviceable parts. Units that have been found to have been taken apart may not be eligible for repair under warranty. Additionally, once a Dynon Avionics unit is opened up, it will require calibration and verification at our Woodinville, WA offices before it can be considered airworthy. About this Guide This guide serves two purposes. The first is to...

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Introduction The following icons are used in this guide: Any text following this icon describes functionality available only with the HS34 HSI Expansion Module connected to your system. Any text following this icon describes functionality available only with the AP74 Autopilot Interface Module connected to your system. Any text following this icon describes functionality that is possible when multiple Dynon Avionics products are networked together via the Dynon Smart Avionics Bus (DSAB). Any text following this icon refers to a setting or situation which merits particularly close attention....

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2. PRODUCT OVERVIEW This EMS-D10 monitors your engine and other vital aircraft systems and displays information in an easy-to-read format. This section provides a general overview of the various parts of the EMS-D10 as well as a theory of operation. The information in this section serves as a reference only and helps familiarize you with the inner workings of the unit. It should not be used for diagnostic or reparative work. EMS-D10 Hardware The EMS-D10’s versatile design accommodates a wide range of engines and sensors. You may configure the system to meet your monitoring requirements...

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Product Overview DYNON SMART AVIONICS BUS If you have multiple Dynon Avionics products in your aircraft, they may be networked together via the Dynon Smart Avionics Bus (DSAB). Units networked via DSAB have the ability to transmit information to each other. Any product's data can then be viewed on any other screen in the DSAB network. For example, an EFIS has the ability to display engine monitor information if it is connected to an EMS or FlightDEK-D180. Note that the failure of a unit in a DSAB network may cause the loss of some or all data shared between units. In the above example, if...

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3. PRODUCT OPERATION After reading this section, you will be familiar with the basics of how to use your EMS-D10. For details regarding specific procedures (e.g., adjusting display brightness, using the fuel computer, setting the clock, etc.) please refer to the EMS Operation section. Front Panel Layout All normal operation of the EMS-D10 happens via the front panel. The front panel contains buttons and a display.  Buttons – There are six buttons on the front panel of the EMSD10. Throughout this guide, these buttons are referred to as one through six, with button one being the leftmost and...

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Product Operation Display The EMS-D10 display is the most obvious and commonly used output of the device. It displays all EMS-related data and, when connected to other data sources, can display EFIS and HSI data as well. SCREENS AND PAGES The terms in the following bulleted list are used in this section and are defined as follows:  Screen/Screen Configuration – Screens consist of one or two pages from the EMS-D10 or from another DSAB-connected Dynon Avionics product.  Page – A page is a section of the screen that contains a collection of related data. Pages may occupy the total area of...

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Product Operation The EMS-D10 has several pre-defined screen configurations. The basic layout of a screen configuration is represented by one of two icons on D10-series product. The table below shows the two icons and their meaning. The predefined screen configurations with their respective icons are as follows: Left Page Area Right Page Area 1/2 1/2 One page that occupies all of the screen area The SCREEN LIST Menu uses icons to illustrate the layout for each screen configuration. EMS (default EMS-D10 boot-up screen; in default rotation) TIMES/AUX (in default screen rotation) FUEL (in...

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