Brief Description: More Static-Pitot connections to instruments
Image 1 shows the pitot and static connections to Auto-Pilot.
Image 2 shows the pitot and static connections to Angle of Attach Indicator and the tubing going to the Dynon EFIS.
Image 3 shows the internally operated pit-cock device which vents the static system to the internal static air in the cockpit. This would only be used in an emergency if the static lines became blocked (freezing rain, etc.) with the understanding the static air in the cockpit will provide somewhat innacurate instrument readings due to leaks, ventilation systems, etc.; but given a blocked system in an emergency in IFR conditions, should preclude a very nasty alternative.
Static-Pitot connections to Auto-Pilot
Pitot-Static Connections to AOA indicator
Alternate static sytem opened with a pit-cock device