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Dynon D3 and Uavionix AC-30


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Anyone had experience with these two ?

 

They're a little different

 

The D3 - primarily a GPS indicator box with attitude , slip display and can be portable or fixed. (US$900)

https://www.dynonavionics.com/pocket-panel.php

 

The AC-30 is a do all, has pitot/static inputs and gps input and has a DG internal, can be primary or augmentive. Intended for fixed install. 

 (US$1500 + options). Has 'experimental' or "certified' (label) options. This is a sophisticated and capable instrument package.

https://uavionix.com/product/av-30-exp/

 

Wonder how each of them are on readability .... 

 

 

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7 hours ago, RFguy said:

Anyone had experience with these two ?

 

They're a little different

 

The D3 - primarily a GPS indicator box with attitude , slip display and can be portable or fixed. (US$900)

https://www.dynonavionics.com/pocket-panel.php

 

The AC-30 is a do all, has pitot/static inputs and gps input and has a DG internal, can be primary or augmentive. Intended for fixed install. 

 (US$1500 + options). Has 'experimental' or "certified' (label) options. This is a sophisticated and capable instrument package.

https://uavionix.com/product/av-30-exp/

 

Wonder how each of them are on readability .... 

 

 

Haven't flown a D3 as yet; fitted one for a mate and will be doing the flights soon.  I plan to fit one of these early next year so watching the market.

 

The AC-30 looks better for the added price.  My pros and cons are D3 sits out from panel in the 3 1/8 hole and also has a power lead to plugs into the side.

 

AC30 fits into the 3 1/8 hole from behind and more features so on top of my list at present.

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I have the D2, superceded by the D3.

Great display, easy to interpret. Mine is attached to the Panel with the included hardware, I use a remote Antenna sitting on the Dash as i found the internal  Antenna unreliable.

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