Aircraft Precision Products and sensor systems

Wish your aircraft cockpit instrument cluster provided you with better information? Today you can easily upgrade your aircraft cockpit instrument cluster – either all of it or parts of it at a fraction of what it would have cost a few years back.

Not long ago a basic two-display EFIS upgrade cost upwards of $70K. Back then aircraft owners who upgraded their instrument panel benefited greatly from it but had to pay a dear price. Today you can buy an all-in-one unit for your light single or twin that consists of solid-state attitude indicator, synthetic-vision primary flight display, a heading reference system, built-in terrain alerting, air-data computer and a moving map in colour for under $20K.

Take the EDM-930 by JP Instruments for example, it is fully certified as a primary flight instrument. With the EDM 930 on board, you can remove many of your old engine gauges, and open up valuable space in your panel. Fly with confidence as your EDM930 acts as your full time on-board flight engineer.

Similarly, there’s the EDM 960 Twin with features such as Hands-free automatic scanning, Front Panel Programming, LeanFind™ technology, peak detection, Battery voltage with alarm, Amp meter with load or charge/discharge meter, Programmable alarm limits, EGTs, DIF low to high EGT with alarm, Shock cooling monitored on every cylinder, User selectable index rate, Fast response probes, Non-volatile long term memory, Records and stores data up to 30 hours, Post-flight data retrieval, Data retrieval software, Oil pressure, Oil temperature, Outside air temperature, Fuel level, Fuel Flow, Fuel quantity in gallons, kilograms, litters, or pounds, Low fuel quantity alarm, Low fuel time alarm, GPS interface, Instantaneous fuel flow rate, Total amount of fuel consumed, Total fuel remaining, Time to empty at the current fuel flow rate, RPM and manifold pressure, Automatically calculates percent horsepower, History of extreme values during previous flight, Hobbs® timer, Fuel pressure, Carburettor temperature or induction temperature, Compressor discharge temperature option, Turbine inlet temperature etc.

Founded 28 years ago in Huntington Beach, California, USA, by Joseph Polizzotto, J.P.Instruments has been designing and manufacturing aircraft instrument panels and is today recognised as the leading supplier of after-market aircraft instruments for single and twins.

Today, J.P. Instruments has added a whole line of reliable and cost effective aircraft instrumentation to its name. Among these are engine data management systems, Egt Gauges, and GPS moving maps. Pilots and mechanics alike have come to know JPI for its high quality, good service, and utmost reliability.

We are committed to providing our customers with the absolute best products and service and we will go out of our way to make our customer’s satisfied. Customer service has become one of the most important aspects of our business and we want you to know that.