|The Val Avionics NAV 2000 is the thinnest panel mounted Nav radio available and is the perfect compliment to the Com 2000. Created from the same durable design, the Nav 2000 is made to play with most Nav indicators, past and present. With features and capabilities on par with more expensive radios, the Nav 2000 brings a simple, good looking design that is complementary to the Com 2000 as well as other brands.|
good basic, compact nav receiver -- the SL40 of nav receivers
Very muddled audio. Indistinct and brassy. Frequency illumination ver low hard to see. Sent unit back for factory checkup but came back no change. Illumination much worse than predecessor.
Yes the NAV 2000 will interface just like the Garmin SL 30 giving Nav date to the EFIS.
Per the manufacturer, The Val Avionics Nav 2000 VHF Receiver meets specifications but is not FAA TSO'd or EASA certified.
Per Dynon, The Val Avionics Nav 2000 VHF Receiver is a compatible Nav Receiver for the Dynon Skyview.
The NAV 2000 can be used for IFR flight in experimental aircraft only.
The Val 2000 cannot be installed in certificated aircraft. It meets the TSO specifications, but it is not TSO approved.
Yes, this unit uses VOR/LOC frequencies, 108.00 to 117.95 MHz
This will interface with the Skyview system providing VOR/LOC/GS signals.
The Nav-2000 (11-10569) will work with the RAMI AV-532L. Any standard VOR/LOC/Glide Slope can be used.
The antenna wire connects to the back of the unit using a BNC female connector
Per the manufacturer, yes, it will work with the KI 209.