A simple to use and affordable engine information system which can be used in conjunction with Nesis or as a standalone instrument. Emsis is available as a standalone or secondary EMS, PFD or Navigation instrument.
We take great care to design our instruments lightweight and slim as possible. Emsis weighs from 235 g to 312 g.
The instrument must be connected to the total pressure source. Total pressure source is obtained from the total port on the pitot tube.
Emsis must be connected to the static pressure source. Either fuselage side surfaces or from the static port on the pitot tube.
CAN bus connection
Used to connect other CAN devices. Connectors are equivalent so either one can be used to connect a CAN device.
Connects to the Kanardia OAT digital probe.
Is used for external GPS antenna needed by the GPS receiver integrated on AHRS unit.
Encoder connection (optional)
Connects with external encoder for regulating QNH
RS 485 connection
Used to connect with devices via 485 protocol such as indicators or LX Cluster.
low cost (for what it can provide),
extremely low power consumption (2.5W at 12V),
unbelievably bright display,
Nesis and CAN bus compatible,
Emsis PFD shows:
attitude (roll, pitch),
indicated airspeed (IAS),
heading rate (1 minute and 30 seconds turn),
outside air temperature (OAT),
Sensors. All sensors but the OAT are integrated.
precise altitude pressure sensor; pitostatic,
precise IAS (indicated airspeed) sensor; pitostatic,
three angular rate sensors; gyros (one per axis),
digital outside temperature sensor.
Primary flight display shows artificial horizon with flight data information.
Emsis can also show raster maps on graphical display.
EMS screen (optional)
When engine monitoring unit (DAQU) is present on CAN bus, Emsis PFD can also show relevant engine and fuel information.
Emsis PFD has a built in global positioning system, an altitude and heading reference system, pressure measurement system and much more.
External OAT sensor
Emsis PFD comes supplied with digital outside temperature sensor.
Various layouts of data display