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Insight G2 Series Single Engine Color Monitor - Complete System

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Insight G2 Series Single Engine Color Monitor
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Complete System - 2.25 Bezel

Save Fuel, Save Money, Save Your Engine!
Affordable Engine Monitoring you can't afford to be without.

Top reasons to install a G2:

  • Best lean of peak process in the industry
  • The only nozzle balance analysis, the key to lean of peak
  • The only probe diagnostic scree
  • Comprehensive data log - windows files SD card
  • Over the web software updates - constant improvement
  • GEM plug compatible - easy install
  • Best technical support


  • Top Rotary Control Knob
  • Carburetor Temperature
  • Fuel Flow
  • Buss Voltage
  • CHT Redline
  • CHT Graphic Bar (Turns red at 465, yellow is at 410)
  • EGT Graphic Bar
  • CHT Numeric Indication
  • Bottom Rotary Control Knob
  • Photo Detector
  • Outside Air Temperature
  • TIT Redline
  • EGT Peak
  • TIT Bar
  • Peak Fuel Flow
  • TIT Numeric Indication
  • Cylinder Number
  • EGT Numeric Indication
  • Removable Non-Volatile SD Memory Card

Available in 4 or 6 Cylinder / Standard, Turbo, or Dual Turbo (2 Turbo's per Engine).


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Q: Does the G2 Series Single engine color monitor, come with the fuel flow sensor or is it sold separately?

Yes, the fuel flow probe is included with purchase. For aircraft with an existing Fuel Flow sensor that will remain, an Insight Fuel Flow Signal Adapter will be included to allow the sensor to interface with this unit.

Q: Does the G1 or the G2 replace the primary installed single point EGT and CHT, or do they both have to remain installed and operable? If so, how are the probes all mounted?

You will only need to keep your primary probes if you are intending on keeping your old steam gauges. If you no longer want steam gauges you can replace the EGT and CHT senders.

Q: Does this unit come with a STC for tha aircraft you are putting it in? Can it be used in a certified aircraft ?

We have added the STC paperwork to the documents tab for this part. Please check the STC to make sure your aircraft is listed. It is approved for primary use on a certified aircraft for the functions listed with a "yes"" next to them on the reference chart.

Q: Will I need the fuel flow transducer to take advantage of the Lean/Rich feature?

According to the manufacturer you will need the transducer to do this, and the transducer comes with the G2.

Q: Can oil temperature be added to G2?

Per the manufacture, no, oil temperature can not be added to the G2.

Q: How long is the warranty on this Insight unit?

Per the manufacturer the warranty is 2 years from the date of purchase.

Q: Does the G2 as advertised include CHT, EGT etc wiring and hardware?

Yes, the G2 will include necessary probes and wiring.

Q: Can I interface the G2 fuel flow and totalizator to my Avidyne ifd540 GPS?

The G2 does not have that capability.

Q: What is the depth of the G2 6 cylinder gauge?

The unit without the connections in the back is 3.65 inches.

Q: Does the 4 cylinder G2 use all of the real estate for the cht/egt bars or does it leave a void where columns 5-6 would be if you had a 6 cylinder engine?

It evenly distributes the display to match the functions it is capable of.