Aircraft EFIS Trainer


AIRCRAFT EFIS Trainer (CBT-100E) is a complete and fully functional simulation of typical aircraft cockpit. It includes essential flight and pitot-static instruments. This training set provides hands-on maintenance training while also functioning as a demonstration tool for instructors. It demonstrates the principles of gyros, flight instruments and also can be used for teaching of display removal and replacement.

NOTE: If you wish to upgrade this system with engine monitoring systems you can check out Model CBT-100D

NOTE: The trainer can be customized with sensors and indicators according to your training needs. Please contact us for your special requests.


  1. The system combine “primary flight instrumentation” “GPS” and “pitot static system”
  2. Trainer use the latest in GPS and Digital ADAHRS (Air Data and Attitude Heading and Reference Systems.
  3. “Air Data and Attitude Heading and Reference Systems” provide highly accurate and reliable referencing of aircraft position, rate, vector and acceleration data.
  4. Three degrees of freedom instrument panel permits full demonstration of attitude and directional gyro functions.
  5. Primary flight display be mounted on a panel that can simulate roll, pitch, and yaw movements controlled by a mechanism operated by a control yoke.
  6. Pitot-static system to conduct pitot static system checks for digital instrument at the trainer.


  1. Smart PFD-MFD Screen
  2. Sensors
    • OAT Sensor
    • Pitot Tube
    • Static Port
    • Ammeter Shunt
  3. GPS receiver / antenna
  4. Aircraft circuit breakers
  5. Pitot-Static System:
    • Pressure Pump to Create Pitot Pressure
    • Vacuum Pump to Create Static Pressure
    • Pitot Tube (not operate)
    • Fuselage Static Port (not operate)
    • Alternate Static Port (not operate)
    • Static Source Selector Switch (not operate)
    • Two Test Ports for Pitot-Static Test Set
  6. Power
    • Main Power
    • PDF
    • Vacuum Pump

Components Technical Specs

Smart PFD-MFD Screen

NOT: Smart PFD-MFD Screen brand/model and some technical specs can be change due to market availability. (Dynon-Bendix-Garmin or similar)

  1. Screen is very bright and high-resolution driven by advanced graphics processors create highly visible and readable display.
  2. Display is 1280 x 800 pixel, 1200+ nit TFT active-matrix capacitive multi- touch LCD screen.
  3. High-Definition Touch Screen
  4. Display Connectors Specification
    • There are 37-Pin DIN Connector for the main wiring harness.
    • There are four (4) RS-232 connector ports for connection to compatible equipment.
    • All serial ports have configurable baud rates and data formats for use as general-purpose inputs and output.
    • There is minimum three (2) USB Connectors.
    • There is an Ethernet Connector to be used to synchronize data between displays.
  5. Displays operate between 10- and 30-volts DC.
  6. Display show “engine instrument data”
  7. Display show “flight instrument data”
  8. Screen Dimensions
    • 7.64″ Wide
    • 5.59″ High
    • 3.13″ Deep
  9. Users should be able to interact via the two knobs, two buttons integrated into the knobs, and eight buttons along the bottom of the display’s bezel and via touch gestures on the display screen itself.
  10. Display have a robust GPS moving map.
  11. Display backlighting is controlled by its ambient light sensor to actively adjust the brightness based on the current lighting conditions or user should be able to adjust the brightness by buttons.
  12. The default layout of screen shows below
    • PFD
    • MAP
  13. Screen switch into 100% window or 50%/50% split windows.
  14. There is Count-Up/Count-Down timer in the display.
  15. PFD Page Layout have at least the following:
    • Airspeed Indicator
      • Ground Speed (GS)
      • True Airspeed (TAS)
    • Airspeed Bug
    • Airspeed Trend Rate
    • Attitude Indicator
    • Flight Path Marker
    • Altimeter
      • Setting Barometer (BARO)
    • Altitude Bug
    • Altitude Trend Rate
    • Barometer Setting, and Density Altitude.
    • Vertical Speed Indicator
    • Vertical Speed (VS) BUG.
    • Heading Indicator/Directional Gyro
    • Heading (HDG) BUG
    • Slip Ball
    • Angle of Attack Indicator
    • OAT (Outside air temperature)
    • Winds Aloft magnitude and vector
    • Artificial Horizon/Synthetic Vision
  16. Menu Page have at least the following:
    • Six Pack
    • G-meter
    • Terrain Alert
    • Airport Flags
    • HSI SRC
    • Bugs
  17. There is a Six-Pack presentation options on the PFD.
  18. Main Menu bar are at the bottom of the screen and should include following functions:
    • NRST – Nearest:
    • Info page
    • FPL – Flight Plan
    • INFO
    • MENU
  19. KNOPs functions have at least the following:
    • Adjust Bug (HDG, ALT, etc.) or BARO value
    • Change Map scale
    • Activate and/or move cursor
  20. Flight Data Modules have at least the following:
    • All sensors should be solid state.
    • Accelerometers, which measure forces in all three directions
    • Rotational rate sensors, which sense rotation about all three axes
    • Pressure transducers for measuring air data
    • Magnetometers on all three axes for measuring magnetic heading.


  • User’s Manual
  • Study Guide
  • Instructor’s Guide
  • Device’s original Manual
  • Device’s original Wiring Diagrams
  • Training video for teachers

Power Specs

  • Electrical box
  • Residual current device
  • Emergency Button
  • Energy Signal Lamp
  • 110 VAC 60 Hz or 220-240 VAC 50 Hz

Required Items

  • Lighter
  • Air Compressor max 90 PSI pressure outlet


  • Instructor’s Panel Control Box for Scenario and Fault Simulation