The EDS In-line reducing regulator is for applications in which you may wish to operate your EDS O2D1 or O2D2 units from an oxygen source other than our regulators such as an oxygen source of 30 to 90 psig.
Many of the built-in oxygen systems found in most type-certified aircraft operate from 30 to 80 psig. Some have been measured providing up to 110 psig. This is usually a sign that repair or replacement is necessary
The EDS In-Line pressure reducing regulator can operate up to four (4) O2D1 units or two (2) O2D2 units. The EDS In-Line regulator kit can be optionally ordered with one of the three most common OEM-type BNC-Connectors found in most aircraft of the time (shown in photo) for direct “Plug-n-Fly” for your aircraft type.
You can have it your way. Just talk to us during your order, because the inlet and outlet ports of this high quality In-line stabilizing regulator are configurable for almost any type of built-in oxygen system.
Below is a fit list and may not be correct as manufactures may have made mid year changes.
You should visually verify your outlet port before ordering.
Connector type (ALL) includes all (4) fittings. (Great for instructors or if using in more than one aircraft)
Fits most Cessna singles prior to 1980
Fits most Cessna Twins prior to 1970.
Fits most Cessna singles 1980 and later.
Fits most Cessna Twins 1970 and later.
Fits most Diamond Aircraft.
Fits most Beachcraft, Mooney, Piper, and others.
Fits Cirrus, Columbia, Corvalis and many other newer models.
Please check and verify your fitting before ordering.