Kln90b updating database
Busconductor, I had exactly the same problem as you and also did not receive reply from Bendix King.I gave up in exasperation because I had to upload the database in order to keep it legal.And everyone thought it was great when GPS could be substituted for DME. I downloaded Version 1.4 of the database loader from Wingman. The help page suggests three which do work, the Belkin F5U103, the i Concepts 60446 and Part number 26183 from the Radio Shack.I can't help wondeingr if anyone is using GPS with not quite up to date database or database not downloaded by someone with a maintenance authority. This has a help section addressing the issue of installing a USB to Serial Adapter, including Troubleshooting. I also received an email back from Bendix/King suggesting using the Radio Shack adapter.
For more information, see Azure Resource Manager vs.Of course, none of this is defensible, but is there any point in having rulles that are just not enforceable? The databases are just too expensive for many operators and 2 .If they need to go through all that to change one, it does not really encourage anyone to do it properly. Not sure if you make the rules or just apply them - just letting off steam!Unfortunately Radio Shack do not do international orders via their web site, but I have ordered one to be delivered to a friend in the US who can send it on. Wheeler, Some form of training is required, see the below link to AWB 34-1, the maintenance authority system has been to taken out. The GPS database update IS aircraft maintenance, and needs to be recorded on the M/R.
The GPS expiry date for an IFR aircraft should also be stated on the M/R, when the database expires a pilots cannot conduct a GPSNPA in IMC except in an emergency.
Every 28 days, there are on average more than 85,000 changes to the Nav database. Yes, there is an effective date, and Nav Data updates for GPS and FMS equipment are only good for the specific, 28-day time period indicated.