Bad Elf Wombat + MyTBM

Upload your flight & engine logs
using only your iPad or iPhone,
without leaving the cockpit.
No avionics to upgrade or install.
Flying a TBM with older avionics?
Wombat can update your databases. Learn more →


Daher Launches "Me&MyTBM" Service

Daher's new service captures the flight and engine data from your TBM after every flight. The flight logs are analyized to give you a detailed sumary of your flights from engine start to shutdown.

Me&MyTBM App for iOS
Operators can use the free Me&MyTBM app to review their aircraft status including fuel levels, oil consumption, and battery voltage.
Bad Elf Wombat Accessory
The Wombat allows you to upload logs from your aircraft to the MyTBM service without removing your SD cards from the aircraft.

Discounted Wombat Accessory Program

For a limited time, a $50 discount code is available for TBM owners to use when purchasing the Bad Elf Wombat from our online store. Learn more →

Aircraft Summary
A summary view displays fuel levels, oil consumption, and battery voltage.
MyTBM Challenge
Every flight log uploaded earns you points.
See how you rank compared to your fellow TBM pilots.
Flight Overview
For each flight you can see an overview including distance, time enroute, and fuel consumption.
Flight details
Drill down to see details stats on every flight
Flight map
View your flight route on a map.


Bad Elf Wombat: How It Works

The Bad Elf Wombat solution allows you to quickly and easily collect the logs from your G1000 or G3000 avionics, and upload them to the MyTBM servers for processing.

Bad Elf Wombat Accessory
The Wombat accessory allows your iPhone or iPad to wirelessly read and write SD/USB media.
Wombat App for iOS
The Wombat app transfers the engine & flight logs to your iPhone or iPad, and effortlessly sends them to MyTBM and CAMP Systems.

Simple to Use

The Wombat app is designed for simplicity and ease-of-use, and uses a checklist flow for most operations.

Step 1: Connect
Connect your iPhone or iPad to the Wombat’s Wi-Fi network.
Insert your top SD card into the Wombat.
Step 2: Transfer
Select which flight & engine logs you'd like to transfer.
New logs are automatically selected by default.
Step 3: Upload
Upload your flight & engine logs to the MyTBM service.
You can also send the trend files to CAMP Systems for analysis.


Also Available: Jeppesen's JDM Mobile
for Avionics Database Updates

Jeppesen and Bad Elf have teamed up to bring wireless flight database updates to both GA and BA pilots. The JDM Mobile app uses the Wombat to write database updates to SD cards used in G1000 or G3000 avionics.

Jeppesen JDM Mobile for iOS
You'll use the JDM Mobile app to download and transfer any databases that you get from Jeppesen today.


Works with Common Media Types

The Bad Elf Wombat solution supports the most common media types used by legacy and newer avionics...

Garmin NavData
Used by legacy Garmin avionics (requires Skybound Adapter)
Used by avionics from Avidyne
and others
SD or MicroSD
Used by avionics from Garmin
and others


But That's Not All...

We knew we had to earn a place in your flight bag or cockpit, and give you a reason to keep the Bad Elf Wombat charged. That’s why we designed Wombat to support an additional feature:


Backup Power for your iPad and iPhone

The Wombat functions as a backup power source with two USB ports for your iPad and iPhone.

It can fast-charge most iOS devices from empty to 100% in just a few hours.


Wombat Piston Edition

for piston and turboprop aircraft (Learn more →)

Supported Avionics

(including G1000/2000/3000 for TBM/Piper/Cirrus)


Aspen Avionics

Advanced Flight Systems
Dassault Falcon Perf
Dynon Avionics
Genesys Aerosystems
Grand Rapids Technologies (GRT)
L3 Communications
MGL Avionics



Check out the Wombat FAQs or contact us via email at support@bad-elf.com.