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    3500/4500 mapping question

    I am in the process of buying a RV9 that has a 3500 and 4500. Will these units display geo referenced approach plates, sectional, airport, low altitude enroute charts?
    Last edited by Dave12; 05-26-2019 at 05:30 PM.

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    yes to geo referenced approach plates
    no to sectional /airport/low altitude enroute charts(you would have to upgrade to the 5400 for these)
    I use foreflight on an iPad mini for these
    Alan
    N668G RV10

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    How do you get the geo referenced approach plates to show on my 4500? I have been using my iPad with Foreflight but would prefer to see them on my AFS 4500 moving map. I have a Jeppesen subscription for Foreflight. I seem to remember being told that I could purchase, pricey, a subscription from AFS for the approach plates but that they were kind of rough, not as clear as my Jeppesen plates. Is this true?
    Angelo
    N14ZB RV9

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    i purchase the northeast region approach plates from advanced flight $25 month
    they are the NOS and work great

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    That is great to learn. I would much prefer to see my geo referenced plates on my EFIS rather than my iPad.

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