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Old 05-24-2021, 03:49 PM
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Default Aera 760 Questions

My iPad needs replacing so I am considering the 760.

My RV-7 has a GTN 650 and I beam flight plans and database updates from the iPad to the GTN 650 via the FlightStream 510.

My Area 760 questions are:

1) Will the 760 download the GTN 650 database updates then upload them to the 650 via the FS510?

2) Will the 760 allow remote flight planning then upload the flight plan to the 650 via the flight stream 510 "send to the panel feature"?

2a) Can the 760 be used to update the flight plan in the airplane and then "send it to the panel" just like the ipad?

2b) Likewise, can the 760 receive flight plan changes from the panel?
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Old 06-07-2021, 10:08 AM
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I've just gotten a 760 but have not installed in the plane yet so take these comments with a grain of salt.

1. I don't think so.
2. Yes
2a. Yes
2b. Yes

You can connect the 760 with either serial wired interfaces (2 available) or bluetooth to the 510.
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