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No CHT, oil pressure and oil temp display (Read 331 times)
Oct 30th, 2018 at 6:20pm

Brennus   Offline
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First : I would like to display CHT, oil pressure and oil temp on the dynon in a Super Petrel LS. The engine is a Rotax 912S
I don"t know at the moment what is the skyview type or the firmware version, and if it is imporant to solve the prob.

At the moment i just have red crosses...

I join some photos -_-

Second : As you can see, one of the EGT temp is red cross when the engine is off. What is the reason ?

I hope you can help me to solve this.


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Reply #1 - Oct 31st, 2018 at 5:18pm

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You'll see red X's when the electrical value that is being seen on the wire is out of range for the sensor. This often means that there isn't anything connected to that wire, or that you don't have the pin selected that's hooked up to the wire that's going to the sensor you're trying to read. I'd start by definitively determining which wires/pins are going to the sensors that you're trying to measure. Are you guessing at this? Or is this the way the airplane was configured when delivered? If it's a manufactured airplane, I'd ask the manufacturer what sensors are on what pins. In our installation guide, we give an example of how one can connect all of the wires and sensors, but those aren't the only way that things can be connected.

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Reply #2 - Oct 31st, 2018 at 7:56pm

Brennus   Offline
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Thx you for your answer, i'm gonna investigate on this.

But what about the up EGT temp which display a red X when engine is off and display a temp when the engine is on ?

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