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Old 02-19-2018, 07:15 PM
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Default Navworx 600B pinouts

Does anyone have a .pdf document showing the pinouts for the original Navworx 600B unit? If so, I would much appreciate a PM or email with a copy. An RV owner and I are working on his aircraft and I cannot find my old copy. Thanks in advance ! flightlogic at msn
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Old 02-19-2018, 08:51 PM
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Does anyone have a .pdf document showing the pinouts for the original Navworx 600B unit? If so, I would much appreciate a PM or email with a copy. An RV owner and I are working on his aircraft and I cannot find my old copy. Thanks in advance ! flightlogic at msn
I just sent you an email with the pinout chart.
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Old 02-20-2018, 07:20 AM
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Jesse, your reputation as a solid asset to the RV community is long standing. Wish I could be closer to Florida to thank you in person.
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Old 02-20-2018, 09:20 AM
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[QUOTE DeweyClausen
Shane;
In the above post you seem to say that the echo uat pin 3 is adsb traffic output but the uAvionix Echo UAT install and pilots guide sec. 7.5 shows pin 5 (com2 TX) as GDL90, 115200 baud.

My question - one of many - which pin is the traffic/wx sent on, from the echo to my GRT HXr. pin 3 or pin 5????

Other question (for now) Does the echo/uat output the gps data on either pin 3(com1 TX) or pin 5(com2TX) that I can connect to a serial in on my HXr??

Thank you[/quote]

Dewey,
I think I can shed some light on this. I think Shane is saying that when one of the two serial ports in the Echo is set to 9600 baud for the purpose of receiving GPS+ from a Garmin unit (in this case, Com2 RX pin 6) the result is that pin 5 (Com 2 TX) is stuck with 9600. Shane’s solution to that is to use pin 3 (Com 1 TX) to feed tfc & wx to the EFIS.

In other words, the Echo only has two serial ports, each of which can receive and/or transmit to any compatible equipment using compatible protocols, but the baud rate for either Com port’s receive channel and transmit channel must agree. In the instance you quoted, Com 1 is transmitting at 115.2k baud while Com 2 is receiving at 9.6k baud. It doesn’t matter which Com port transmits tfc & wx to the EFIS, but if Com 2 (pin 5) was used in this case, the slow baud rate would cause the receipt of tfc & wx by the EFIS at an unworkable rate, so you use the other Com port. You can see this explained (sort of) in the appendix dealing with using the Garmin GPS source.

Hope this helps,
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Old 03-31-2018, 07:34 PM
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Default Serial Mux?

I have a 480 for GPS, 327 and HXr. I gather that Uavionix now has a serial mux that they are shipping with the Echo.

Do I understand it correctly that with the mux we can inject hard wired FADC data from the HXr and therefore get the missing Altitude instead of sniffing it from the 327?

IOW (all hardwired inputs):

1) ADSB+ from the 480 @9600baud
2) Muxed Squawk, mode ID (327) with FADC (HXr) @9600baud

Output: Traffic @115200baud to HXr

Is this correct?
I dont want to sniff cause I dont want to rely on the 327 getting pinged......
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