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Old 03-17-2019, 05:06 PM
SteveB_Australia SteveB_Australia is offline
Join Date: Dec 2018
Location: Torquay, Melbourne, Aust
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Default VP-200

G'day from Australia,

New to the RV10 forum but have owned an RV7 for a few years. I have recently purchased an RV10 with G900X and VP-200. I know that VP-200 is no longer supported. A recent Garmin upgrade to the G900X has broken the data coding to the engine instrument display on the VP-200 and the dreaded Red X's are appearing intermittently on the instrument display on the VP-200 DU. Can these be programmed out of the VP-200 or so that the engine instrument data is not sent to the VP-200 (already displayed on the G900X) or has anyone already worked out an alternative solution?


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Old 03-17-2019, 10:34 PM
ReidVaitor ReidVaitor is offline
Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: SoCal
Posts: 179
Default VP-200 disable

the VP-200 is all about the engine data to get all the great features of the product. Unless you really need that new Garmin release, I would contact Garmin and get revert back. The automation and safety features of the VP-200 are worth it!
With that said,
contact chad at Vertical Power - Astronics Advanced Electrical Solutions division
for details on how to disable engine gauges and red X's.
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