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J.P. Instruments offers new displaysJ.P. Instruments offers new displays

Owners who desire a large, full color electronic engine monitor but don’t think they have the space for it, should check out the new J.P. Instruments EDM-730/830.

The monitor features a four-inch by three-inch color display, but doesn’t require panel modification because the back is a standard three-inch round section that fits into a pre-existing instrument hole. The new engine monitor can also rotate in any direction, making it mountable in any direction from the connections.

J.P. Instruments says the new monitor is a simple plug-and-play swap from its older displays, and offers the same information with the addition of oil pressure. The same approved model list from the EDM-700/800 series also applies to the EDM-730/830.

Also new from J.P. Instruments is a twin-engine version of the large EDM-930. The EDM-960, as it’s called, is a six-inch by five-inch color LCD display that is certified as a replacement for an airplane’s legacy engine gauges.

Ian J. Twombly

Ian J. Twombly

"Flight Training" Editor
AOPA Pilot and Flight Training Editor Ian J. Twombly joined AOPA in 2003 and is an instrument flight instructor.

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