Welcome to MGL Avionics
MGL Avionics designs and produces a wide variety of aircraft avionics from sophisticated, highly flexible EFIS systems to airband transceivers.
MGL Avionics was founded in 2001 by aviation enthusiasts Rainier Lamers and Ria van der Wel in Johannesburg, South Africa to serve the vibrant aviation community in the country. However, MGL’s rapidly expanding product line became well known the World over and is now one of the big established brands. MGL’s complete commitment to the sport aviation sector has never wavered.
MGL Avionics is located in the beautiful coastal town of Somerset West, close to Cape Town. Production is done in several locations around the Western Cape area.
Augmented by equally enthusiastic distributors in many countries MGL provides the aviation community with state of the art avionics at affordable prices and unmatched functionality.
MGL Avionics main area representatives:
North America: www.MGLAvionics.com
United Kingdom: www.parts4aircraft.co.uk
New Zealand: www.sparxfly.co.nz
This pricelist is in South African Rands (ZAR) and applicable for Southern Africa, excluding shipping from MGL in Somerset West. Prices include 15% VAT.
Please check current pricing before ordering, prices on some items my change on short notice due to currency exchange rate fluctuations.
For other countries please contact your local MGL distributor.
NEW: The MGL Avionics iEFIS MX1
Low cost, high reliability micro-
NEW: The MGL Avionics A16 modular aircraft intercom system
Six place, dual circuit, stereo with Bluetooth (phone and music streaming). Cockpit voice recorder. High configurable system thanks to fully digital audio technology.
Dear customers, please note that currently the World’s electronics part supply and production is in severe distress leading to very long lead times on many parts required in our products. This extends to items such as special steels and even certain grades of plastic.
Should you wish to order any of our products we advise you to do so in good time. While we do have good stocks of most critical parts, resupply is currently not guaranteed or parts can only be obtained on allocation or in small quantities.
|How to find us|
|Map of the MGL Website|
|Military supply policy|
|iEFIS Flight Instrumentation|
|VHF Navigation receiver|
|A16 Audio intercom system|
|RDAC engine monitors|
|AHRS and Compass sensors|
|Electronic circuit breaker (ECB)|
|Probes and Senders|
|Using the V16|
|Garrecht Remote Mount|
|Trig Avionics remote transponder|
|SP-12 ADS-B GPS|
|EFIS Accessories: Ferrites|
|RDAC CAN (Rotax 912iS)|
|RDAC CAN (UL Power)|
|RDAC CAN MWB22|
|Legacy products: Accessories 1|
|Legacy products: Accessories 2|
|Legacy products: AHRS and compass|
|Southern Africa Navidata|
|Raster maps Southern Africa|
|Raster maps Eastern Africa|
|MGL Vector map and terrain data|
|Terrain data for G3|
|MX1 Firmware Updates|
|iEFIS G3 Firmware|
|iEFIS G2 Firmware|
|Odyssey/Voyager G2 Firmware|
|Odyssey/Voyager G1 updates|
|CAN Devices Firmware|
|RF Devices Firmware|
|iEFIS G3 updates|
|Updating G3 Firmware|
|iBOX V1 Firmware|
|iEFIS G3 - rebuilding internal disk|
|iEFIS G2 updates|
|EXP1 to EXP2 migration|
|iEFIS sound file install|
|iEFIS G2 previous firmware versions|
|Updating iEFIS G2 Firmware|
|iEFIS G2 - rebuilding internal disk|
|iEFIS version checks|
|iBOX V1 Firmware updates|
|Odyssey/Voyager G2 updates|
|Update instructions for the Odyssey/Voyager G2|
|Odyssey/Voyager G2 previous releases|
|Tools and applications|