Aetos, flight and engine system for the ultralight airplanes, autogyros and helicopters. As oppose to Nesis, Aetos does not support flight maps. The Aetos is a self-contained state-of-the-art EFIS instrument optimized for ultralight aircrafts.
We take great care to design our instruments lightweight and slim as possible. Aetos only weighs 700 g.
Large 7" sunlight-readable display with high contrast.
With two servo motors (SERU) attached, you can use Aetos as a main device for controlling your autopilot.
Low power consumption even at high brightness. This allows passive cooling without any ventilators.
Aetos gives out many warnings. You can hear them by connecting Aetos with your audio panel with a standard 3.5 mm jack.
Operational with a stick (optional)
You can operate Aetos through our CAN bus with a command stick (JOYU). With (BOXI) you control pitch and roll, electrical trims and radio transmission.
Carbon monoxide detector (optional)
Built in carbon monoxide detector that gives a warning before the CO builds up to dangerous levels.
Dual display, doubles your options. Secondary Aetos is equivalent and can be used by a co-pilot or just as an extension, as a flight information system (EFIS), engine information system (EMS) or both.
Aetos has a built in global positioning system, an altitude and heading reference system, pressure measurement system and much more.
ADS-B & Flarm support
By connecting ADS-B & Flarm, Aetos will show traffic on the navigation screen.
Primary flight display screen is composed of a background image and an overlay.
PFD & EMS screen
The primary flight display combined with engine monitoring screen displays various engine and fuel related parameters.
EMSIS can be connected with a backup battery and UPSU electronics. This is wiring schema, which is using double pole switch. This switch is necessary to simultaneously connect/disconnect main power line and backup power line.