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Old 09-10-2018, 08:46 AM
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Default SOLD NavWorX ADS600B

The unit in this thread has been sold.

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NavWorX ADS600B 978Mhz UAT for ADS-B in/out

Software Rev 4.10

This unit can be legally installed and is 2020 compliant when paired with an acceptable ADSB+ GPS source, in accordance with an AMOC. Unit was working fine when removed.

$250 shipped in the lower 48.

GPS Antenna not included, but can use one of many common GPS antennas such as the GA35.

PM or email me if you're interested.



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Old 09-10-2018, 09:45 AM
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I didn't think there was an used market for these. I have one as well if there is a second person looking for one. I won't publish a price or coordinate a sale until Tim sells his unit.

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Old 09-10-2018, 11:39 AM
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Me 2, but same rules apply----first Tim.
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Old 09-10-2018, 09:15 PM
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I'm not sure either way. I think there would be. First, it's better off than if someone has the EXP model, and as long as they have an ADSB+ GPS, it's a dirt cheap way to get 2020 legal. Not the BEST way, but super cheap. I chopped down the price a bit. I guess we'll see what happens.
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Old 09-10-2018, 11:08 PM
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I'm not sure either way. I think there would be. First, it's better off than if someone has the EXP model, and as long as they have an ADSB+ GPS, it's a dirt cheap way to get 2020 legal. Not the BEST way, but super cheap. I chopped down the price a bit. I guess we'll see what happens.
Oops, sorry all. Mine is an EXP model.
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Old 09-11-2018, 04:49 AM
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So just for the unwashed fence sitters of us, I personally thought there was only one Navworx box, the FAA banned one, so how does this differ from that FAA banned Navworx box? And why would you guys have these onthe shelf if theyre a simple viable solution for in/out?

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Ok I'm reading this thread now http://www.vansairforce.com/communit...=152455&page=5 and trying to get up to speed. I have a 480 so might be interested in how this works. Still curious why you guys didnt use your IFR GPS as the input......
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Old 09-11-2018, 05:55 AM
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So just for the unwashed fence sitters of us, I personally thought there was only one Navworx box, the FAA banned one, so how does this differ from that FAA banned Navworx box? And why would you guys have these onthe shelf if theyre a simple viable solution for in/out?

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Ok I'm reading this thread now http://www.vansairforce.com/communit...=152455&page=5 and trying to get up to speed. I have a 480 so might be interested in how this works. Still curious why you guys didnt use your IFR GPS as the input......
There was a period of time between when the FAA forced Navworx to stop production and the issuance of the AD. Then there was a period of time between the issuance of the AD and the AMOC for using an external GPS position source. Iím sure there are plenty of these on the shelves around the country. I know I have at least one or two on he shelf. I have complied with the AMOC on a couple as well.
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Old 09-11-2018, 06:06 AM
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There was a period of time between when the FAA forced Navworx to stop production and the issuance of the AD. Then there was a period of time between the issuance of the AD and the AMOC for using an external GPS position source. I’m sure there are plenty of these on the shelves around the country. I know I have at least one or two on he shelf. I have complied with the AMOC on a couple as well.
I'm not happy withe how the EchoUAT has target drop issues, and Ive read that the navworx box is the bomb with its attention to this, so if this is a solution, Id like to go with it.

Jesse, is there some place that documents how to wire this all up? (I understand that navworx is defunct so no help from them at this point) but I'm ok with using factory unsupported boxes at this price point.... I mean I have a 480 after all, so.....

What about s/w 5.0? I see Bob mentioned something about a bug in 4.1 wrt display issues, solved in 5.0......Can 5.0 still be had and loaded by myself?
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Old 09-11-2018, 06:23 AM
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I don’t think 5.0 was ever released. I have a manual somewhere of the newest software version that I have which also shows the wiring for the external position source.
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Old 09-11-2018, 06:49 AM
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I'm not happy withe how the EchoUAT has target drop issues, and Ive read that the navworx box is the bomb with its attention to this, so if this is a solution, Id like to go with it.

Jesse, is there some place that documents how to wire this all up? (I understand that navworx is defunct so no help from them at this point) but I'm ok with using factory unsupported boxes at this price point.... I mean I have a 480 after all, so.....

What about s/w 5.0? I see Bob mentioned something about a bug in 4.1 wrt display issues, solved in 5.0......Can 5.0 still be had and loaded by myself?
The bug is that traffic can't be sent on both ports at the same time. You have to choose between displaying on the EFIS or a secondary source like Wifi to an iPad.

I believe 5.0 was only released on the new hardware and I don't think many of those made it to the public. Bill's intent was to release when the GPS upgrade was approved, but since that never happened, he never released it publicly. I tried to get my hands on a copy, but I wasn't successful.

Navworx had release three models, two of which were impacted by the AD. The version with a certified GPS wasn't effected by the AD. There weren't too many of these due to the cost of the GPS. All of the known AMOCs are currently posted on AOPA's web. Each model has a different set of requirements depending on the GPS that you are using.

If you have a GPS that has been previously certified for ADSB use, then this would be a cheap solution to get ADSB. They only risk is that this is an unsupported hardware.
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