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1 Engine Senders Setup - Getting Indications to Read Correctly Featured

When you suspect an engine sender is not reading correctly, the steps to correct the problem are as follows: STEP 1: CHECK GROUNDING TO ENGINE BLOCK 95% of all engine sender reading trouble is cause by insufficient Reference Ground to Engine Block. Please…

2 Grounding Instructions - Engine Senders and Probes Reading Incorrectly Featured

If your Oil Pressure, Oil Temperature, CHT, EGT or RPM / Tach is reading incorrectly (low, high, intermittent), the very first thing to check is the Reference Ground to the Engine Block. About 95% of all sender reading troubles are related to inadequate engine…

3 Lycoming Installation Guide Featured

Manual for installing engine senders for Lycoming engine when using the RDAC and an MGL Avionics EFIS

4 iEFIS Challenger and Explorer Weights and Current Draws

Below are the system weights and Current loads of the iEFIS Explorer and Challenger. We recommend putting all EFIS system components on a 5 Amp Circuit Breaker. If radio and transponder are used, these can be placed on another 5 Amp Circuit breaker. If autopilot…

5 XTreme General Connection Diagrams

General Connection Diagrams for the XTreme EFIS showing the CAN bus wiring option for connection and the legacy Airtalk / RDAC connection options.

6 AvioGuard Manual

The AvioGuard Manual is attached

7 Is my EGT probe reading correctly?

If you are unsure whether your EGT Thermocouple probe is reading correctly (MGL Avionics type-K thermocouple), there are a few simple tests you can do: CANDLE TEST With the EGT still connected to your instrument, hold the tip of the probe in the hottest part…

8 What is the K-Factor of the FT-60 Red Cube Fuel Flow Sensor?

The K-Factor of all FT-60 Red Cube Fuel Flow transducers is the same: 18,000 (Note: MGL Avionics uses Liters K-factors for flow sensors)

9 iEFIS Harness Wiring Schematics

Attached are iEFIS / iBox CAN bus harness schematics that detail connecting up the system. The iBox is connected to all devices, such as the AHRS SP-7 and SP-6, the autopilot servos, the RDAC XF, etc., via the CAN bus. There are 2 CAN buses per iBox and each…

10 XTreme EFIS Harness Wiring Schematics - CAN bus

Attached below are the harness schematics and pin-outs to connect the XTreme EFIS. Same harness can be used for XTreme EMS (but no AHRS sensors or servos connected). Simple XTreme EFIS/EMS and RDAC harness schematic here.

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