Entegra PFD Series
The Avidyne Entegra EXP5000 brings the advantages of integrated flight deck technology to the retrofit market for business and general aviation aircraft.
The WAAS-compatible Entegra system is Avidyne's retrofittable Integrated Flight Deck system that is designed with the flexibility to be installed in a number of different aircraft types and configurations.
With Entegra, you can add all the enhanced situational awareness and reliability benefits of an all-glass flight deck to virtually any general aviation aircraft.
With several display options, including single and dual EXP5000 PFDs, Entegra can be customized to fit in virtually any panel space. The Entegra EXP5000 PFD conveys traditional primary flight instrumentation as well as a pilot-selectable moving map presentation of flight plan data and an RMI pointer, all within the primary field of view, reducing pilot workload.
Many original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) have integrated Avidyne's Entegra system into their new production aircraft, setting off a wave of integrated flight deck technology adoption not seen since the migration of EFIS from air transport to business jets.
With Entegra, Avidyne is making this technology available for retrofit installation into the existing fleet of general aviation aircraft.
Solid-State ADAHRS — The Heart of Entegra
At the heart of the Entegra EXP5000 PFD is Avidyne's fully- integrated, solid-state Air Data/Attitude and Heading Reference System (ADAHRS).
The compact, lightweight, ADAHRS system uses a 3-axis solid state gyro and accelerometer system combined with a magnetometer to replace vertical and directional gyros. Avidyne's state-of-the-art ADAHRS provides Roll, Pitch, and Heading data with reliability far exceeding mechanical gyros, at a price point far below solid-state systems found in high-end corporate aircraft.Connected to the pitot-static system, Entegra's integrated air data computer provides airspeed, altitude, vertical speed, and outside air temperature (OAT), and continually updates the winds aloft and true airspeed (TAS) indications on the display.