AvMap presents EKP V the next step in the evolution of aeronautical GPS, redefining the role of the GPS inside the cockpit.|
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I HAVE BEEN FLYING WITH THE AV MAP V FOR YEARS AND IT HAS NEVER LET ME DOWN ITS EASY TO USE AND VERY RELIABLE. I LIKE THAT WHEN YOU LAND IT SHOW THE RUN WAYS AND TAXI DIAGRAM . ITS A SIMPLE TO USE AND IT GIVES THE INFO. YOU NEED .
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No, you will have to buy the Euro data card 11-10078 extra to add Europe charts.
The Avmap EKP V handheld gets its speed by GPS. It does not have a pitot connection on its own but can be connected to a docking station that is connected to the pitot static system.
No, as this is a portable GPS it would not be certified to be ADS-B out compliant.
Avmap software updates are done online at avionics.avmap.it
No, but they are available for purchase separately via the AvMap website.
Yes. The North America database will include Canada.
Yes Mexico is covered.
You will have about 4 hours of battery life. However you can keep the unit on aircraft power.
This is simply a GPS unit and requires a separate unit to produce ADSB.