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I prefer the mini. Great size for an approach plate and can be used as a knee board.
That will do it. Glad it’s all working.
It’s just 2 wires, but you could try turning the vhf arinc 429 input to high first.
Glad I could help. If you get that with theDynon in settings mode, it’s not sending 419 data. Exit settings & see if it goes away. You should see...
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Garmin ADS-B+ Would be the one. The arinc module gets aviation data and the transponder gets ads-b+ with the resistor. They are separate outputs...
Avidyne should be set to ADSB+ and Dynon to Avidyne or ADSB+ (G) and the Dynon to Garmin GNS. Also, you need a 1.21k resistor inline with that...
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It should be under half that.
If that is hours for the install it seems quite high.
Your 175 would only give you Gps/RNAV approaches. If your KX155 has glideslope, then that would cover the missing approaches.
WAS for experimental aircraft only, not IS. They have been out of business for a long time.
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The obs on a gps will let you set the bearing to a waypoint as opposed to a Direct-To. I’ve never used it, but that is what it does.
I think here was a period of time that Garmin said the 209 wouldn’t work, but now it is supported and does work. I’ve done it.
It will work with the 209. The 209A will connect to both the KX155 and the 175 and switch between them.
Sounds high with no radios.
That is the CHT port. You need to verify which thermocouple you need. The Type K is usually used for EGT (red and yellow), and some use Type K and...
There is no need for another Nav radio at all. As in that posted video, there are some limitations when going this route. You may not be able to...