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    Default Re: Auto-pilot options

    I talked to Dynon RE weather last week and if I understand them correctly they do not have live weather-yet. Its in the cue, but I don't have a date yet on when it will come out. Most likely it will go into the Skyview via a serial port.

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    Many kudos to Cubcrafters for offering the new "MyPanel". From my POV; that solves the issues I had with the current panel offerings. BTW: if/when i purchase I'm inclined to install I-pad due to prolific number of software apps. THANK YOU CUBCRAFTERS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZEBRA1ZULU View Post
    Many kudos to Cubcrafters for offering the new "MyPanel". From my POV; that solves the issues I had with the current panel offerings. BTW: if/when i purchase I'm inclined to install I-pad due to prolific number of software apps. THANK YOU CUBCRAFTERS!
    Thanks for the note, glad you like it! I'll be curious to see what % of our planes go out with this panel once we have a year with it. I'm guessing it will be 20-25%.
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    Default Re: Auto-pilot options

    Dumb question #1: Does a remote Bluetooth GPS/XM receiver for the iPad would obsolete the need for a GDU375 in the Carbon Cub?

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    Default Re: Auto-pilot options

    Quote Originally Posted by ZEBRA1ZULU View Post
    Dumb question #1: Does a remote Bluetooth GPS/XM receiver for the iPad would obsolete the need for a GDU375 in the Carbon Cub?
    In theory, yes.
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    Default Re: Auto-pilot options

    I imagine the day is coming when the iPad will interface with plumbing, engine and attitude modules. There's got to be people working to make that happen.

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    I imagine the day is coming when the iPad will interface with plumbing, engine and attitude modules. There's got to be people working to make that happen.


    http://www.trutrakflightsystems.com/products/iMonitorEMS.html


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieMXDI0Edo4

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    Default Re: Auto-pilot options

    Ok, that's one very cool app. And it communicates wirelessly with a built-in Wi-Fi module. Technology...you've gotta love it.

    Excerpt from the description of the app....
    "This App should be used in conjunction with a TruTrak EDM Module and a TS-83 Wi-Fi module, all made by TruTrak Flight Systems, Inc. These devices should be installed, up and running prior to launching this App.
    You can read more about the aforementioned devices at www.trutrakflightsystems.com

    The purpose of iMonitor EMS is to offer you an easy-to-use back-up instrument, displaying essential engine data and informations about other components on your airplane directly on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. You will quickly realize that every action is very intuitive and easy to perform, even when flying in rough air."

    Nice back-up for engine data.
    Last edited by Paul; 04-08-2012 at 10:05 PM.

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