The XTreme EFIS is an affordable mini EFIS. It can be configured as a PFD (with AHRS sensors added), and/or an engine monitor (with RDAC added). It includes a GPS receiver that is used to provide ground speed and range information, as well as a backup/control for the AHRS. If you do not select the SP-4 attitude sensor, you can still have a GPS-derived bank angle display!
You can use it as...
Some might use it for just 1 function, or you could use all functions!
Upcoming functions (free software upgrade later this year): Basic GPS navigation (waypoints, routes, CDI (no moving map)), and Internal Autopilot (just add servos and connection module).
1 RDAC is required for engine functions to work.
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Took me a bit to put together the daisy chain installation process but once I got that figured out, turned into a one-day project to install the Xtreme, the RDAC, the Magnetometer and the AHRS. Really enjoying the new upgrade to my Sonex cockpit and everything works well. Nice visuals, easy to understand interface, great feedback on engine monitoring as well. Definitely recommend.
Good unit. Simple install. The CAN bus makes add ons very easy to install.
MGL AVIONICS XTREME MINI EFIS
A great replacement for steam gages. It also has a good simple navigation to the airport capability. Perfect VFR i strument.
MGL AVIONICS XTREME MINI EFIS
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Yes for experimental aircraft. No, for certified aircraft as the MGL Mini Extreme is not a TSO'd unit.
Per the supplier: CANNOT BE MOUNTED horizontally but will be okay tilted at the 40 degree. Will not be affected like that.
No, the extreme mini can provide mode C data but mode s is not available.
Per the supplier: Not at this time.
The RDAC XF module is required along with probes for the functions you wish to monitor.
The OAT sensor is included with this unit.
The MGL Mini Extreme cannot be used in your certified aircraft as it is not a TSO'd unit. The Mini does have a magnetometer which is sold separately.
The MGL Mini Extreme is for experimental aircraft only.
No, the harness is not provided. one must be made according to the install manual.
Yes, that is correct.