PRODUCT
INFORMATION
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2001


FEATURES
  • TSO C129 Class A1 Approved for en route, terminal and non-precision approaches
  • Dedicated push button for Emergency/Nearest search and database information
  • User programable navigation displays
  • Automatic hands-free scrolling of navigation displays at a pilot selected rate
  • Internal OBS course selection.
  • Sun-light readable high intensity alphanumeric LED display with automatic brightness control
  • Parallel course offset
  • CDI/HSI/Autopilot outputs
  • MSA and MESA information
  • Expandable system architecture allows for Fuel/Air Data integration and a straight forward upgrade path to GPS precision approaches
  • Built-in flight plan simulator and take home power supply
  • Message mode including waypoint arrival, SUA proximity, flight timers, GPS RAIM warnings, enable approach advisory, baro-correction prompts, altitude deviation alerts.
  • 10 reversible flight plans of 20 legs each with custom comment field
  • 500 user-defined waypoints
  • Flybrary Datacard features worldwide GPS and GPS overlay approaches including VOR, VOR/DME, VOR circle-to-land, TACAN, NDB, NDB/DME, NDB circle-to-land and RNAV
  • Search for any waypoint by identifier, city (landing facilities only), or facility name.
  • 26 month warranty
SPECIFICATIONS
Input Voltage: 10 VDC to 40 VDC, reverse polarity protected Input Power: 12 watts typical
Display: Three lines of 16 character LED display Height: 2.0 inches
Width: 6.25 inches Depth: 10.45 inches
Weight: 3.8 lb Operating Temperature: -20C to +70C
Antenna Type: Active omnidirectional, low profile ceramic microstrip antenna Number of Channels: 8
GPS Frequency: 1575.42 MHz L1, C/A code Sensitivity (acquisition): -135dBm
Sensitivity (drop lock): -142dBm Dynamic Range: >20 dB
Lat/Lon position accuracy: 15 meters RMS typical
25 meters, SEP, without SA
100 meters 2DRMS with SA
Velocity: 1000 knots maximum
Acceleration: 4G maximum Acquisition Time: 30 seconds typical
Reacquisition: 2.5 seconds typical Position Update Interval: 1 second typical


2001