- Jan 19, 2010
- Mojave, Ca
Thanks, one of the planes I looked at last month has zip for a panel and zip for anything modern.VAF, of course. Many of them will redo an instrument panel as soon as the next new shiny object is released.
I have plenty of "hand me downs" populating my panel, courtesy of the "need to be first" crowd.
Very interesting work. RF work to me is a bit like black magic. This guy is making some very interesting stuff. Thank you very much for the link, Sam.
I'm not sure what that neon green tube is for, but having it rub against the metal cutout it's routed through does not install much confidence in its longevity.You shouldn't need a serial to gray encoder with the GTX327.
From this post: https://vansairforce.com/community/showthread.php?t=166994
"I connected the Encoder Out wire from the Dynon to Pin 19 of the GTX-327 ... I programmed the ALTENC setting on the Dynon to "Format 4" for the GTX-327, and on the transponder, set "RS-232 Input CHNL 1" to "Icarus" per the manual. "
I know this thread is a little long in the tooth but I finally picked up enough cans from the side of the road to afford a uAvionix echoUAT+SkyFYX-EXT bundle:Garmin 327 with uAvionix SKYFix and the box. Only needed to install the GPS antenna on top and the stick and ball on the belly. Now I have IN/OUT with no wires hanging around. Sound installation.
In the US a mode A/C transponder has to meet environmental and performance standards of
We're doing the install this weekend so obviously I don't have an installed price.What'd it cost you all-up, Dale?