SkyView SV-GPS-2020 GPS Receiver and Antenna
ADS-B Compliance: The SV-GPS-2020 GPS Receiver/Antenna lets new and existing SkyView customers add a 2020-compliant GPS position source for ADS-B Out. As a drop-in replacement for the SV-GPS-250 receiver, owners of earlier systems do not need to run any additional wires, coax, or install any new boxes in their aircraft.
When combined with Dynon’s SV-XPNDR-261 Mode-S transponder, SkyView customers meet all the transponder and ADS-B Out requirements. Pilots can also add the SV-ADSB-470 Traffic and Weather Receiver for the best-possible situational awareness in their aircraft.
SkyView GPS Receiver: The SV-GPS-2020 is a sensitive, WAAS enabled GPS receiver and antenna. The advantage of having the receiver packaged in one unit with the antenna, is that the output is a standard NMEA serial connection. A shielded antenna cable, with its inherent attenuation of signal and greater difficulty of routing, is not required to connect to the SkyView Display.
Choosing the right GPS: US customers that are planning to equip their aircraft for compliance with the FAA's 2020 ADS-B Out mandate should install an SV-GPS-2020 as their primary GPS. US customers that use an SV-GPS-2020 can utilize a second SV-GPS-250 as a position source backup. At this time, Dynon does not make any claims about the SV-GPS-2020's applicability or useabillity outside of the US to satisfy ADS-B Out or other requirements. Therefore, non-US customers will generally equip with the SV-GPS-250.
GPS Data: GPS latitude/longitude data is necessary for the SkyView to locate its position to display Synthetic Vision and the Moving Map. It is also necessary during calibration of the Remote Compass/Magnetometer, in order for SkyView to determine current location and the correct magnetic inclination.
Connections: Each SV-GPS-2020 contains: Four leads to attach to the SkyView Main Harness, including RX, TX, 8V, and Ground.