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Old 01-28-2019, 12:20 AM
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Default GTX 345 Installation

I am installing the Garmin GTX 345 with ADS-B in and out. Aircraft is equipped with Dynon FlightDEK 180 using the 1/4 inch pitot/static tubing system with quick disconnect fittings. Does anyone know what fitting I need to flange up with the nylon fitting on the Garmin's static source to adapt to a quick disconnect fitting?
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Old 01-28-2019, 05:50 AM
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I am installing the Garmin GTX 345 with ADS-B in and out. Aircraft is equipped with Dynon FlightDEK 180 using the 1/4 inch pitot/static tubing system with quick disconnect fittings. Does anyone know what fitting I need to flange up with the nylon fitting on the Garmin's static source to adapt to a quick disconnect fitting?
Hello Burke,

The static port connection for the Garmin Altitude Encoder (GAE) option for the GTX 345 uses 1/8-27 ANPT female threads.

A wide range of plumbing fitting options are available to adapt to your existing static tube plumbing.

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