|The Garmin Bare Wires Aviation Mount expands the communication possibilities of the Aera using the aviation mount with connected power cable. Connect the bare wires to a panel mount product to transfer data, such as flight plans to your Aera. Also, you can connect to a panel-mounted radio to transfer data from the Aera to the radio and you can connect to a transponder to display air traffic on the Aera. Simply attach the aviation mount to the yoke mount using the included mounting hardware. Compatible with Garmin Aera 795 and 796.|
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It is a 3 amp fuse or you can run a 3 amp circuit breaker as well.
No, it will not. This is just a power data cable for the 796 & 795. Garmin does sell a GDL 39 / 796 & 795 cable to power and connect both (11-10736).
Yes, with the power data cable you can connect to the JPI 830 so that the 796 can output GPS data to the JPI. The EDM 700/800/760/730/830 and the Garmin 196/296/396/496/696/695/795/796 must share a common ground No EDM programming needed NMEA Output –> NMEA-183 Out.
The Garmin Bare Wires Aviation Mount does include a port for the XM weather antenna.
You can transfer information from the 430W to the 796 via an RS232 connection but not visa versa. In the future there may be support for the Garmin Flight stream to support this.
Yes, the white, green and brown wires are used to connect to an audio source such as an audio panel.
Yes, part number 11-10044 is the correct cable for interfacing to auto pilot systems.
Yes, there is a female mini USB input that the XM antenna will plug into.
The GTN 650 IFR navigator will only allow flight time inputs via the Garmin Flightstream 210 unit. The GTN 650 cannot be directly connected to a portable device to receive inputs, it can only output flight plans to a portable.
The only antennas compatible with this unit are the GXM 40 and GXM 42.