But it makes up for it in screen size and functionality.On the tablet I can run As far as selling those existing avionics, I absolutely believe that had I waited for a few more years to do the upgrade, this equipment would have become much less valuable.So I elected to swap out the Garmin 696 for the Nexus 10” Android tablet, on which I’m running There is one downside to the Nexus Tablet though.I have to admit, with the big clear bubble canopy of the RV, the brightness of the tablet doesn’t hold a candle to the brightness of the 696.On boot, a 430W will display that it's a 430W: Aside from that, I'm sure there's a version info screen somewhere (on both G1000 and GNS430), but the best solution I can think of is to check the satellite status screen.I'm trying to find examples of a 430W displaying it, and failing, but on a G1000, you'll see this: For the 430: use the outer knob to scroll to the AUX group.Shop now for that new, yellow-tagged, or 8130'd avionics part you've been looking for.
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On page 4 (setup 2) there should be an item called SBAS SELECTION.
If there is, it is WAAS equipped, however, verify WAAS is ON.
Let me tell you about my experience upgrading my Vans RV-7a to ADS-B and what it cost me in the end.
Before I get into all the details of the upgrade, I’ll give away the punch line right out of the gate.