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Technical Support / Re: Connecting PAW to Dynon D180
« Last Post by Admin on May 23, 2019, 02:55:50 pm »
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must output either "aviation format" or thefollowing NMEA sentences in its serial stream: $GPRMC,$GPRMB, $GPGGA, and one of $GPBOD or$GPAPB.

PilotAware will not output GPBOD or GPAPB, these are not GPS position information messages, I think these are used for an autopilot ?

Thx
Lee
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Technical Support / Re: Connecting PAW to Dynon D180
« Last Post by graemec on May 23, 2019, 11:00:38 am »
My transponder cable converts the signals to 12v I believe. (Funke) Do I need 12v signalling for the Dynon D180?
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Technical Support / Re: Connecting PAW to Dynon D180
« Last Post by Paul_Sengupta on May 23, 2019, 06:00:48 am »
Will I need the same convertor cable that I use for my transponder or will a straight USB - DB9 cable be sufficient?

Same thing, just one has a DB9 connector on the end.
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Technical Support / Re: Transponder Cable
« Last Post by exfirepro on May 22, 2019, 10:26:06 pm »
Hi Andy,

What cable are you using? I take it you mean because of the width of the GPS dongle on the top row?

There should still be room to plug a standard USB cable such as the recommended FTDI one into the spare slot next to the 1090 SDR Dongle on the bottom row. Alternatively you could put the GPS on a short USB extender - or use a GPS Mouse.

Hope this helps.

Regards

Peter
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Technical Support / Re: Rosetta to trigTT2Q
« Last Post by exfirepro on May 22, 2019, 10:19:12 pm »
Hi Jeff,

Thanks for letting us know. Glad you have got it working again.

Best Regards

Peter
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Technical Support / Transponder Cable
« Last Post by AndyM on May 22, 2019, 07:54:45 pm »
Any idea how I get around this little problem? Not enough room to plug my transponder cable into the USB slot on the Rosetta?
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Technical Support / Connecting PAW to Dynon D180
« Last Post by graemec on May 22, 2019, 06:13:23 pm »
I have just purchased a Rosetta to replace my classic. I want to connect the spare USB connection to my Dynon D180 to provide a GPS source. It says on the Dynon that it requires "To use the GPS-related features on your EFIS and/or EMS,your GPS must output either "aviation format" or thefollowing NMEA sentences in its serial stream: $GPRMC,$GPRMB, $GPGGA, and one of $GPBOD or$GPAPB. You must also have a supported cablethat exposes your GPS's serial transmit line." Will the PAW supply this and how should I configure the port for this. Will I need the same convertor cable that I use for my transponder or will a straight USB - DB9 cable be sufficient?
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Technical Support / Re: Rosetta to trigTT2Q
« Last Post by EricC on May 22, 2019, 02:55:26 pm »
Hi Jeff guess the attached is you flight this morning.
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Technical Support / Re: Rosetta to trigTT2Q
« Last Post by Jeff Ellwood on May 22, 2019, 09:44:21 am »
Checked all again and changed port 4 name to trig, had a flight and itís all working
Thanks everyone
Regards
Jeff
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