MGL Products Maps,Data Documents Firmware Downloads
MGL Avionics

LM335 ready made probe

This is the ambient temperature probe included as standard with any of our instruments that support ambient temperature measurements.

This probe is available as replacement but it is also a popular choice if you need to make your own coolant or oil temperature probes. In this case you use the brass body of an existing probe that fits your engines requirments, open this probe and remove everything that is inside (so you end up with a empty brass body withe the correct dimensions and thread). Then insert our LM335 probe and ensure that the probe body contacts the brass bosy (to ensure rapid transfer of temperatre). Then use a oil resistant epoxy to seal the probe inside the brass body.

Ambient temperature (OAT) probe

It is based on a LM335 semiconductor temperature sensor similar to the above but packaged in a machined aluminum housing providing a threaded mounting base and is supplied with nylon fasteners (nut,washer).

This probe may be ordered as option for our EFIS systems (supplied as standard with the probe above)

GPS Antenna

Active GPS antenna suitable for all MGL Avionics GPS related products

Please note: This item is included in all MGL Avionics products that include a GPS receiver.

When ordering, please specify type of connector:

MMCX was used on older GPS products (small, push-on connector)

SMA is used on all current GPS products (larger, screw-on connector)

Magnetic field DC current measurement sensor

This sensor can be used to measure DC currents in aircraft power systems in a wide range from less than 4A to as high as 120A depending on installation and configuration. The sensor connects to an EFIS system via spare RDAC inputs. Inputs CHT1,CHT2,OIl pressure or Oil temperature can be used and these can also be used on a second RDAC unit (consider a low cost RDAC VD as second RDAC if required). G1 and G2 EFIS systems can support up to 4 of these sensors while Enigma can support 2. These sensors can measure currents bi-directional, for example battery charge/discharge. The major advantage of these sensors is that they can be fitted to existing conductors very easily without a need to break the conductor or require the use current shunts.

For iEFIS systems, connects to the current input of an RDAC XF.

Magnetic field current monitor manual - installation and EFIS configuration

More Probes and Senders