Dynon Heated AOA/ Pitot Probe Technical Service Bulletin and Replacement Program

Dynon recently identified an issue with their Heated AOA/Pitot Probe.

Over the past months, they have been engineering and testing a redesigned version of the probe with a successful final test program at one of the few icing wind tunnels in the country. The redesigned Heated/AOA Pitot Probe is now in production. Dynon is now ready to make replacement probes available to existing customers with the Heated AOA/Pitot Probe Replacement program.


All of the details of this program are covered in the Heated AOA/Pitot Probe Technical Service Bulletin. If you have a Heated AOA/Pitot Probe, you can sign-up to exchange your current probe for a free replacement via a form linked to in that bulletin. The bulletin also has a set of Frequently Asked Questions which should cover most questions.

Shipments of replacement probes will start immediately.

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Omar Filipovic
Omar Filipovic is president of the Glasair Aircraft Owners Association as well as the chief tinkerer and content editor for this website. He is also the web editor for Kitplanes Magazine. Omar is building a GlaStar in Portland, Oregon.