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GP940 failed.. how to feed GPS input to Zander computers

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Old March 9th 18, 03:34 PM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
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Default GP940 failed.. how to feed GPS input to Zander computers

Dear all,

has anybody any ideas how to feed GPS nmea input to a Zander computer? I have both an SR940 and a ZS1 available, but since yesterday no more GP941 logger (security seal failed, no GPS data on the computer).

I know the 940 and the ZS1 require a special protocol/format for the GPS input but I found no public descriptions how it works.

Poeschl will be able to supply an "NMEA adapter box", but that will only come very late in April, and the soaring season has just begun here in Italy.


Aldo Cernezzi
(old gliding computer fan)

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