Find great deals on eBay for KLN 90B in GPS. Shop with confidence. King’s KLNA IFR GPS Navigator is a great GPS. It lacks the IFR non-precision approach certification of its KLNB sibling, but it is still a very capable GPS. The KLN 90B has the unique 3-inch split screen CRT display. The built-in moving map graphics shows nearby airports and navaids. (North American database.
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User Name Remember Me? It will be connected to a Dynon Skyview. I would like to know how complicated it is to use for an approach and general operation? If anyone has a manual in PDF format and wouldn’t mind sharing itI would appreciate.
It will give me the chance to familiarize myself with it. Thank you for your imputs Bruno rv4 videotron. As with all avionics, there is a learning curve, but I remember liking the unit. I Googled it and someone has a Youtube “how to use it” video, and there is a manual at www. It is a very good IFR gps and will give you a lot of info once you get past the learning curve of how to find the information.
However I would want at least one moving map I pad or portable gps other than the KLN90B as the map on the KLN90B is not good at all compared to anything out there in the portable market.
I use one in my bonanza and fly alot of imc with it and my 90z Guys Thanks a lot for the feedbacks, it is appreciated. I saw that little video on Youtube, it’s pretty good, it gave me an idea on how to operate it and it doesn’t look too complicated I must say,I should figure it out 90x quickly. Do you know if there is a training video available anywhere? Why exactly will I need an ACU with it?
I will look at the web site for the booklet. As you said, the moving map as it’s called, is really a strech of the term ”Moving Map”. I have the same on my present KLNA and it is pretty close to useless.
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Be sure to understand if the Skyview can properly integrate with the King unit. King does weird stuff with their units and it may or may not work with the Skyview. I would check with Dynon to be sure. It had to be mounted within some nominal 90s of the pilot’s field of view. IF your skyview can interface with the main box, you may not need it, IF the skyview can provide the annunciation and button pushing.
This information is in the installation manuals. Garmin sells an external annunciator for installations that don’t meet the requirements. Thanks Guys Bruno P. I’ve put a post on the Dynon forum and standing by for a reply, will let you guys know when I do.
Last edited by RV I’ve put a post on the Dynon forum and Support came up with these questions If it does have a compatible data output, is there a compatible data format?
Appreciate the help Bruno rv4 videotron. You should be able to go to Bendix-King support to find that out. All times are GMT The time now is By viewing and participating in them you agree to build your plane using standardized methods and practices and to fly it safely and in accordance with the laws governing the country you are located in.
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