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 Post subject: Re: Baron Skyview Forum
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Dave,

The panel picture is quite nice. How is the twin engine display for engine management done? Manifold Pressure, RPM, Cht/Egt/Tit etc. -- how is this done?

I have not seen a multi engine display in the SkyView HDX


Dave,

I don't know if you saw the above question, but every picture I have seen of SkyView is for single engines.

Can you take a picture of your SkyView to show the engine management for a twin?

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 Post subject: Re: Baron Skyview Forum
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From the other thread referenced above there's this image of a Baron installation:

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 Post subject: Re: Baron Skyview Forum
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Hi Mike,

I can see the 3 different Skyviews, but each individual SkyView shows CHT and EGT for just 6 cylinders.

It seems clumsy that maybe the top SkyView is for engine 1 and the bottom SkyView is for engine 2.

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 Post subject: Re: Baron Skyview Forum
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Hi Mike,

I can see the 3 different Skyviews, but each individual SkyView shows CHT and EGT for just 6 cylinders.

It seems clumsy that maybe the top SkyView is for engine 1 and the bottom SkyView is for engine 2.

Yep, and the top-center one, while nice looking in the photo, is right behind the power levers where it is hard to see and harder to use. If you combined both engines at the top of that display it would be less wasteful, but I can't imagine that a dedicated engine monitor in lieu of the third Dynon wouldn't be a more effective solution.

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I see an engine monitor on all three displays. Maybe the third can toggle between 1 and 2? Can both engine monitors be displayed on one unit?
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No.

At least not now. I specifically asked them at OSH about that.


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