Dynon D2 Pocket Panel - Portable EFIS with WiFi & G-Meter
The Dynon D2 is a real, portable attitude indicators that can be used by ALL pilots. The D1/D2 utilize the same AHRS technology that has made Dynon the leading supplier of EFIS (Electronic Flight Information Systems) for experimental and light sport aircraft. Unlike smartphone apps, the D1/D2 displays true aircraft attitude.
D2 Included accessories:
- WiFi, which sends data for display on iPads, smart phones, and tablets using compatible aviation applications
- Second page G-Meter displays current load factor and records minimum and maximum
- Proven Dynon MEMS-based attitude sensors
- Accurate pitch and roll: A true artificial horizon
- Internal Li-Ion battery and GPS for hours of portable use
- Versatile portable mounts: RAM® suction mount and 3-1/8”panel hole “pinch” mount both included
- GPS ground speed and track (heading)
- GPS altitude and vertical speed
- Turn rate
- Slip/skid ball
- Dimmable screen for night flight
- Truly pocket sized, approx. 3½” x 3¼” x 1”
- AC Wall Charger
- DC Vehicle Charger
- Mounting Cradles (two included)
- RAM® Portable Suction Cup Mount
- Portable “Pinch” Mount for Standard 3-1/8” Instrument Hole
- External GPS Antenna (for when the mounting location of the D1/D2 prevents a clear sky view for good satellite reception)
The D2 Pocket Panels are a true artificial horizons based on the same technology that drives Dynon’s Electronic Flight Instrument Systems (EFIS).
MEMS-based AHRS (Attitude Heading Reference Systems) use calibrated solid state gyros and accelerometers to accurately determine true aircraft attitude without drift.
A high-quality, highly sensitive GPS receiver is built into the D2 to provide GPS ground speed, altitude, vertical speed, and ground track for enhanced flight situational awareness.
With over four hours of battery life the D2 can be used with no connection to ship’s power. A “cigarette lighter” DC vehicle adaptor is included if you want to keep the D2 fully charged at all times, and the D2 can be set to turn on and off with the aircraft’s Battery Master through the DC outlet.