Overview

The MVP-50T records each flight, which allows you to perform an analysis on the engine and system parameters for your aircraft. To view the data simply download the flight via the USB port and upload the data to your computer. You may view the files using Excel, Google Docs, or some other spreadsheet or database program.

In addition to the a complete list of recorded data for each flight, Start, Minimum, Maximum and Flight Logs are also available. Unlike the data files, these logs can be viewed on the MVP-50T screen at any time.

Trend Analysis

Gain peace of mind and protect your investment by uploading the flight data and produce a trend graph. A trend graph can be produced by collecting a single data point from each flight data file. This data is then graphed.

A trend graph will allow you to determine if a Hot Section Inspection is required, or when a compressor wash is needed. It will also alert you if your ITT (or EGT) is on the rise and engine performance is decreasing. You can search the data and usually identify the exact event that caused the problem (hot start, over-temp on takeoff, etc.).

Each flight log is date and time-stamped. This means you can monitor each flight’s duration, location (if connected to a GPS), and operating parameters with the precision needed to properly care for your engine. This powerful information puts you in charge, and allows you to detect potential problems before they become unplanned, expensive maintenance headaches.

Start Logs

The following data is recorded during each engine start: Date, Flight Number, Max ITT (EGT), Min Bus Voltage, Start Time and Max N1. This data can be viewed on the MVP-50T screen at any time. Start logs proved a quick and easy way to view critical engine start parameters.

Min and Max Logs

For each flight a Minimum Log and a Maximum Log is generated. The following data is provide on the Minimum Log: Flight Number, Min Oil Pressure, Min Fuel pressure and Min Voltage. This data is the lowest recorded values that occurred during the flight.

The following data is provide on the Maximum Log: Flight Number, Max N1, Max Np, Max ITT (EGT), Max Oil Temp and Max Voltage. This data is the highest recorded values that occurred during the flight.

Min and Max Logs can be viewed on the MVP-50T screen at any time. These Logs can be very helpful in confirming pilot squawks and identifying engine and/or system problems.

Flight Logs

Each flight is recorded in a log. This log of flights can be viewed on the MVP-50T screen at any time. The flight logs include Date, Time, Duration and Flight Number. The MVP-50T Flight logs provides a record of flight and is produced automatically. This can help in reducing record keeping requirements.