MGL Avionics 2-1/4" Vega Series

MGL Avionics released its Vega Series of 2 -1/4" Singles for Experimental and Light-Sport Aircraft.

The Vega range consists of twelve 2- 1/4" color display aviation instruments. Using a high-resolution backlit color graphics display, these instruments provide excellent daylight readability, even in direct sunlight. Each instrument includes a rotary control plus 2 independent keys for easy menu navigation and to access specific instrument features. The Vega range has a wide supply voltage range of 8 to 30 VDC with built in reverse- and over-voltage protection. All Vega instruments that have engine monitoring functions have the ability to interface to an MGL Avionics RDAC unit. Continue reading "MGL Avionics 2-1/4" Vega Series"

Save on a SubSonex Through October 31

Sonex Aircraft just announced the return of their Huge Fall Promotion in conjunction with EAA Barnstorming Dealsonce again in 2017. This year, SubSonex customers can get into the action. Continue reading "Save on a SubSonex Through October 31"

Zenith Open Hangar Days

You're invited! Join Zenith Aircraft Company at the Open Hangar Days and Fly-In at the kit factory in Mexico, Missouri on September 22 & 23!  All aviation enthusiasts are invited to drive or fly-in for the activities. Starting on Friday morning there are two full days of activities planned. Come for the free educational seminars on building and flying your own airplane, and learn about new avionics and engine technology for sport aircraft. Continue reading "Zenith Open Hangar Days"

System 32 Seen at Reno

Heart of the new System 32 engine management is its ECU. The blue anodized aluminum housing contains one complete computing unit along with its associated cable terminals and an SD card reader. There are two of these boxes per system; they can be mounted piggyback if desired.

Introduced late last week, the first look at the brand new EFII System 32 engine management system hardware is possible in the pits at the National Championship Air Races in Reno, Nevada as of today. Continue reading "System 32 Seen at Reno"

RST Engineering Looking for Beta Testers

Jim Weir, long-time Kitplanes columnist and founder of RST Engineering (the copper tape antenna folks) is looking for a few BUILDERS who would like to join a focus group for their planned electronics/avionics products. They would like to get everybody from electronic engineers with 50 years experience to folks who have trouble changing the batteries in their flashlights, and all in between levels.

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Tempest Introduces Easy Drain Oil Filter Drain Tool

Tempest Plus Marketing Group (TPMG) announced the immediate availability of the Tempest® Easy Drain oil filter drain tool--a product innovation specifically engineered to help owners and aviation maintenance technicians rethink the way they change their oil. Now, with the Easy Drain tool, routine maintenance is easier, faster, less messy, and less expensive. Continue reading "Tempest Introduces Easy Drain Oil Filter Drain Tool"