I contacted Dynon about my D-180 fuel gage problem (see post #1 above) and they tell me none of the software engineers who designed the D-180 are working at Dynon on anymore. Dynon also tells me they have powered up several more D-180's in-house and none of them have the yellow/red boxes around the digital number for gallons remaining in tank.
So, maybe I don't remember this correctly... Can anyone verify that they see yellow square and red square & red square blinking around gallons remaining digital number for a D-180? Also, do you get visual warning on bottom of screen for minimal gallons remaining (in my case - 4 gallons)? And while we're at it... do you get audible low fuel warning in your headset?
Maybe I'm getting too old for flying...
Jim Stricker - EAA #499867
PPL/ASEL 1970 - Sport Pilot since 2007
80 hrs Flying Aeronca Chief 11AC N86203
1130 hrs Flying 46 Piper J-3 Cub N6841H
Bought Flying RV-12 #120058 Oct 2015 with 48TT - Hobbs now 760
LSRM-A Certificate 2016 for RV-12 N633CM
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MJ Stricker (Father - CFI) - USAAF 1st Lt. Captain B-17H