SkyView Displays: Very bright, high-resolution screens driven by advanced graphics processors create highly visible and readable display. Even in direct sunlight!
The SkyView displays are the heart of the SkyView system, and contain the main control CPU, graphics processor, and terrain data-base. Both the 7" and 10" displays are identical in functionality, with the only difference being screen size.
|Resolution||800 x 480|
SkyView Displays utilize TFT active matrix LCD screens and LED backlighting technology for increased life span, more uniform brightness, and reduced power consumption.
Buttons and Joysticks: The SkyView System is designed for ease of use while flying. The most used functions are accessed via two rotary/multi-direction Joysticks, for fast intuitive commands. Almost all other in flight commands, using the widely spaced buttons, are only two button presses away. None or more than three button presses.
Redundancy: If two displays are in the system, either one can act as the Primary Flight Display, Moving Map, and Engine Monitor. The unlikely loss of either display will not affect the functionality of the other.
System Battery Backup: A system backup battery will provide over an hour of backup power to a Display and Modules. Each Display requires its own Backup Battery for redundancy.
Connections: Each display contains:
1 - 37-Pin DIN Connector for the main wiring harness
2 - 9-Pin DIN Connector for the SkyView Networks
2 - USB Connectors
1 - Ethernet Connector (currently unused)
Main Harness: A main wiring harness is included with each display. It connects to the display via the D37 connector, with leads to connect to:
* Primary power
* USB Connector on a 3-foot lead
* 5 serial ports, including one for GPS NMEA input
* Audio output
* 4 Discrete general purpose inputs
* Panel dim input/output
* Battery backup connector
Mechanical Dimensions: The display mechanical drawings can be downloaded here: