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Old 05-10-2019, 06:42 AM
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Do the GDL52 bare wire harness I have have audio out like left/right common? or do I have to use the 3.5mm jack and make a new cable?

Also please check your PM.
Hello Rikochet,

It is always best to email us at G3Xpert@garmin.com for these kinds of support questions.

Thanks,
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Old 05-15-2019, 01:39 PM
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Hello TC,

The Aera 660 needs attitude information, not heading, to show pitch/roll and slip/skid information on the 3D Vision page.

The G5 doesn't output this information, but the GDL 50/50R/52/52R does along with ADS-B traffic/weather if you want to add one of these to the installation.

Thanks for the reply.
Is there a chance Garmin Could incorporate Attitude out on the G5 for us paupers, Here in Australia small aircraft are not required for ADSB unless we are doing a new install of our transponder.
Situational awareness is good but I only fly Class G.
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Old 08-16-2019, 07:29 PM
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Smile aera 660/G5 interconnect

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Perhaps I missed it in this huge long thread, and I didn't see it specifically in the G5 or Aera 660 interconnect drawings, but I am running a very simple single G5 PFD with a panel mount Aera 660. From what I gather, only the blue wire on the Aera 660 (Serial 1 TX) needs to be connected to the G5 serial 1 input. Is there no benefit to connecting the yellow wire (Serial 1 RX) so the G5 can transmit back to the 660?

Love the Aera. Cant wait to get the G5 installed and connected to it.
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Old 08-16-2019, 07:53 PM
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Perhaps I missed it in this huge long thread, and I didn't see it specifically in the G5 or Aera 660 interconnect drawings, but I am running a very simple single G5 PFD with a panel mount Aera 660. From what I gather, only the blue wire on the Aera 660 (Serial 1 TX) needs to be connected to the G5 serial 1 input. Is there no benefit to connecting the yellow wire (Serial 1 RX) so the G5 can transmit back to the 660?

Love the Aera. Cant wait to get the G5 installed and connected to it.
Hello bigbillyboy,

Glad to hear you like your Aera 660 and G5.

No, there is currently nothing that the G5 transmits that the Aera 660 can use, so connecting the navigation data output from the Aera 660 to the G5 is all that is necessary.

Oh, and welcome to VAF!

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