uAvionix multifunction display approved for Canadian aircraft

Under the FAA’s Non-Required Safety Enhancement Equipment (NORSEE) exemption, the uAvionix AV-20-S multifunction display is now legal for Canadian aircraft.

The device acts as a 12-in-1 mini display, where in-flight information is displayed on a matte digital display. The AV-20-S fits any standard 2 ¼ inch round instrument aperture, making it compatible with almost any aircraft panel.

“The combination of these efforts is intended to provide Canadian general aviation aircraft owners better access to a variety of modifications they may wish to incorporate into their aircraft, and that many of these modifications will also promote increased safety,” said Transport Canada. in the ad.

The AV-20-S includes 12 different modes to enhance your flight, including:

  • AoA
  • G-meter
  • Attitude
  • Slip/skid indication
  • Clock (GMT/local)
  • Outside air temperature
  • Bus voltage
  • Two-user timers
  • Engine run timer
  • flight timer
  • Density Altitude
  • Actual speed

In addition to each mode, uAvionix includes customizable audio alerts and a 30-minute internal battery to use in the event of power loss.

To operate the AV-20-S, Canadian pilots must hold an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer License (AME), in accordance with the relevant technical data of Subpart 571 of the Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) .

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