EAA’s Dynon STC Approved Aircraft List Still Growing

Nearly every certified piston-powered aircraft can use the Dynon display.

The Dynon EFIS-D10A is now available for installation in a growing list of aircraft models across manufacturers.Dynon

More than two dozen aircraft models across a wide range of aircraft builders, including Beechcraft, Grumman, Maule and Mooney, are now eligible to install Dynon flight displays, thanks to the supplemental type certificate created by the Experimental Aircraft Association in partnership with Dynon and the FAA.

The number of Cessna and Piper aircraft eligible for the upgrade has also increased, bringing the total to more than four dozen aircraft when models already eligible through the EAA Accessible Safety STC program are included.

The STCs costs $100 to EAA members and allows installation of the Dynon D10A display as either a primary or backup attitude indicator. The display will back up all primary flight instrumentation when connected to the aircraft’s pitot-static system. A magnetometer, outside air temperature probe, and angle of attack probe are optional.

The approved list of new eligible aircraft for the Dynon EFIS-D10A or the EFIS-D100 are the Beechcraft Debonair, Bonanza, Musketeer, Sundowner, Sierra and Skipper. At Cessna, the models include the 150, 152, 170, 172, 175, 177, 177RG, 180, 182, 185, 205, 206, 207 and 210. Grumman models AA1 and AA5 are eligible for the STC; at Mooney it’s the M20, and at Maule the M4, M5, M6 and M7. Piper models PA24, PA28, PA32 and PA38 are now eligible as well.