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TOPIC: EDM 900 EASA STC

EDM 900 EASA STC 4 months 1 week ago #407

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Hi David,
I was flying yesterday into Oshkosh and also checked the CIES again. The have a nice discount at the event but you would still pay $1600 for a full set of sensors. As indicated earlier you could replace the old sensors right away. Just some new gaskets... This installation would use than a DA converter. If you like to eliminate this box as well you need to send in the EDM to re-program to a digital input for the fuel sensors. Not an easy approach from Germany but highly recommended.
Hendrik
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EDM 900 EASA STC 4 months 17 hours ago #409

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Hi,
we will definitely switch to the CIES senders. I just sent them a message to check which ones we should get (analog or digital). I would like to avoid sending in my EDM-900 for re-programming (or can this be done somewhere in Germany/Europe?). It's always Kind of a hassle to ship major components from one part of the world to the other, let alone the Costs and custom involved.
So I understand you have digital or analog senders from CIES? Do they work better?
And where do I get this DA converter from? Does it come with the analog senders?
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EDM 900 EASA STC 3 months 3 weeks ago #411

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Official Distributor in Germany is Ingo Fuhrmeister and he is quite knowledgable about all the JPI equipment. I bought my EDM900 from him right after it received the EASA approval as primary instrument.
Contact details below:
B.A.C. Digital Avionics
Ingo Fuhrmeister - General Manager -
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Phone: (49) (8122) 961226 - Fax: (49) (8122) 559 205
Cellular: (49) (170) 431 56 21 - Cellular Fax: (49) (170) 430 00 59
Mooney M20F Executive 21, 1966, D-ECED
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EDM 900 EASA STC 3 months 3 weeks ago #412

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Hello, I would also suggest to think about inquiring others with personal experience here in the Forum with regards to the in-depth knowledge of Mr. Fuhrmeister about JPI EDM Systems. (see threads about digital engine Monitoring); I had the EDM 900 installed as primary engine Monitoring System 2 years ago. Before I did that I contacted 2 other members of the Forum. That had been quite valuable.
Kind regards,
Klaus
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