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Thread: Dynon SkyView HDX now approved on nearly 600 models (including shortwings)

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    Default Dynon SkyView HDX now approved on nearly 600 models (including shortwings)

    News out of Dynon Certified: https://www.flyingmag.com/dynon-skyv...ics-expansion/

    Now nearly 600 type-certified aircraft on the approved list, including our short wing aircraft.

    Full approved list: http://www.dynoncertified.com/pdfs/D..._7-11-2019.pdf
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    Default Re: Dynon SkyView HDX now approved on nearly 600 models (including shortwings)

    Quote Originally Posted by kchansen View Post
    News out of Dynon Certified: https://www.flyingmag.com/dynon-skyv...ics-expansion/

    Now nearly 600 type-certified aircraft on the approved list, including our short wing aircraft.

    Full approved list: http://www.dynoncertified.com/pdfs/D..._7-11-2019.pdf
    So, looking at the AML, specifically for our short wings, it says you would need to show compliance to Part 23 subpart F electrical system to Amendment 63 and HIRF to Amendment 64. I wonder if they provide any guidance on how you go about that? Not an easy task, and what documentation does FAA expect for that.


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    Default Re: Dynon SkyView HDX now approved on nearly 600 models (including shortwings)

    This looks like a bit of a cost adder:

    Is the EFIS-D10A required as part of the STC? Can I use
    a different backup instrument? What if I opt for two
    SkyView HDX displays?
    The EFIS-D10A serves as an independent backup to SkyView HDX.
    It is required by the STC, even if you opt for multiple SkyView HDX
    displays. It can not be substituted by other instruments.



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