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Old 01-12-2017, 06:43 PM
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Could the GTX 45R work with a Dynon HDX ?
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Could the GTX 45R work with a Dynon HDX ?
Negative...
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Old 01-13-2017, 10:27 AM
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which begs another question.
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which begs another question.

Well...............what?
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Old 01-13-2017, 12:39 PM
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Does Dynon have a response?
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Dynon has our own remote mount, TSO'd Mode-S transponder with ADS-B OUT, at competitive prices and weights. We also have ADS-B IN solutions. So it is not immediately clear why someone with a SkyView system would prefer one of these transponders.

What would you like to see the Dynon HDX system do with the GTX that it can't do currently with the Dynon transponder?
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Cool I'm struggling to figure this out

My RV7A has a Aerotronics panel (built in 2008) with two Garmin 430s (non-WAAS) gps units and a Garmin GTX 330 (non-ES) transponder. I want to comply with the 2020 mandate sooner rather than later without having to spend a fortune and make major wiring changes to my panel. Will the GTX 35R or 45R help me meet the mandate? If so how?

The GTX 345 solution is out of my budget range. If I upgraded one 430 to WAAS and my 330 to ES I'm talking about the same cost as the GTX 345 (but with same budget problem) but this approach allows my plane to fly LPV approaches which I can't do now. The problem with upgrading my current gps' and transponder is I still have older gps systems and radios.

I thought the NavWorx 600 exp was going to be my best path but it appears the FAA is killing this option. My avionics are GRT Horizon WS EFIS systems with the TruTrac 385 autopilot. Your thoughts are appreciated.
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Unless I am miss-reading the features, a GTX 45R would replace both the 'SV-XPNDR-261' and the 'SV-ADSB-470', reducing box, wire harness, and antennae count by one.
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Dave,
It appears it would do the things you listed, but with some tradeoffs. Given this is a thread about a Garmin product, it is probably a appropriate to start a new thread if you would like to discuss the differences against competitors.
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Unless I am miss-reading the features, a GTX 45R would replace both the 'SV-XPNDR-261' and the 'SV-ADSB-470', reducing box, wire harness, and antennae count by one.
Additionally, you would need to replace the Skyview with a Garmin G3X Touch, then of course you'd also need to replace any autopilot servos. 😳
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