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11 iEFIS-Lite to V16 RS-232 Connection Diagram

Below is the connection diagram diagram for the iEFIS-Lite to V16 Com Radio. You can use either RS-232 Port 1 OR RS-232 Port 2 on the iEFIS-Lite (Discovery-Lite, Explorer-Lite, Challenger-Lite). You can also use any of the RS-232 Ports on the iEFIS Extender,…

12 MGL V16 Com Radio Connection to iBox (iEFIS system)

To connect an MGL Avionics V16 radio to the iBox for remote control and remote frequency selection, please use this example schematic below (setups at bottom of page). Notes: Use iBox RS-232 channels 3, 4 or 5 (save channels 1 and 2 for high speed RS-232…

13 iBox and iEFIS Extender Analog Inputs Remote Control Functions

The iBox and iEFIS Extender Analog Inputs have a selection of Remote Control Functions available by selection. These functions are normally activated with hat switches and buttons on the control stick. Applying Power to one of the Analog/Digital inputs momentarily…

14 iBox and iEFIS Extender Analog Inputs requiring Ground Switch to activate remote functions

The iBox and iEFIS Extender Analog inputs require momentary contact with Power (12 Volts) to activate the various remote control functions available (check in Digital Inputs setup - example below). These functions are normally activated with hat switches…

15 SP-12 TABS GPS Manual and Harness Schematic and ADS-B setup manual

Below is the manual and wiring schematic (for the available harness) for the MGL Avionics SP-12 GPS (for 2020-compliant position sourcing for ADS-B Out devices for Experimentals and LSAs). Also, the iEFIS Mode-S and ADS-B Setup Instructions are included The…

16 iEFIS: Installing Custom Screen Designs

When installing Custom Screen Designs that may have been sent to you in a Zipfile, follow these instructions Instructions: • Save Zipfile to PC • Unzip file and save contents of file to folder on PC • Copy all FILES from this folder and paste onto SD…

17 iEFIS Standard System Selections

To setup your iEFIS and iEFIS Lite display (when using standard screen layouts - not custom) for the engine you have (example Lycoming 4/6-cyl, or Rotax or Jabiru/other 4/6 cylinder) and to setup the number of fuel tanks you have and whether you have fuel…

18 Simulator: Function Not Available In Flight

This article relates to use of the MGL Avionics iEFIS Simulator (not the actual EFIS). If you get the message "Not Available in Flight" when trying to adjust settings in the Simulator Menu, this is because the unit has detected it is in flight mode. So, in…

19 iEFIS Altimeter Calibration Manual

Attached is the iEFIS Altimeter Calibration Manual

20 ECB Switch Kit LED Orientation

When assembling the ECB (Electronic Circuit Breaker) Switch Kit, the FLAT side of the LED light goes on the LEFT side when looking at the PCB in this orientation (from the front with the switch at the top):


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