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I just updated a Bonanza panel with a PAR200, Avidyne IFD540, Lynx NGT9000 and a full Dynon suite including 3-servo auto pilot. Dropped 35 lbs.
The problem with the RSM proved to be the length of the wire they sent with the RSM. With a shorter wire it worked fine.
Initially the features will be much the same between the two, but there is hope that Aspen will send more data to the TruTrak than the G5 will.
The software should be released around Oshkosh.
That’s what I would do.
You can get a portable 4-place intercom
That runs on a battery or cigarette lighter socket. It will have male leads that will plug into one of...
Yes it will.
I have installed 2 of these so far and have a 3rd scheduled. The connector is odd/different, but certainly not bad. The configuration isn’t bad...
Because it needs to have a data source for those approaches.
LPV, LNAV/LP + V, Loc, VOR, ILS. Yes, it will fly all of these. It’s WAY more than just a 6-pack.
Borrow somebody else’s GMA340 & see if it persists. Put yours in their plane & see if the problem moves to that plane. That will determine audio...
Your iPad is not a legal, dependable stc’ed Install. Ever let it get hot, and it’s no good at all when it shuts off.
It’s noy just flying the approaches. It the whole flying experience and situational awareness. This new stuff is a game changer.
Yes, you don’t need both compasses.
I agree, especially when the 10” Skyview screen costs less than $5,000.
Sounds a little on the high side, but not outrageous.
You would want a DPDTswitch to switch the ARINC lines to the TruTrak. I don’t know the output from the Aspen wiring, but the output from the 430W...
I don’t know why it reported past flights, but Flightradar24 generally only tracks 1090ES aircraft. I have seen UAT planes show up from time to...
Yes it can.
They should both work exactly the same connected to the STEC 50.