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    Afs GPS cord length?

    I'm adding the afs GPS antenna as a backup to my two 4500's,

    GPS from 430w is my primary.

    1. Does it matter which 4500 I connect it too as long as settings list that port as "afs GPS"?

    2. Is the unit sensitive to antenna cord length ( like the 430w) or can I shorten it to get rid of excess cord length?

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    Connect the GPS to either screen and set to AFS GPS on a Serial Port. Then the other screen can then be setup to receive Remote GPS on a GPS/NAV Data Source.

    Secondly, the AFS GPS wires are all digital. Feel free to shorten the length to suit your installation.
    Shawn McGinnis

    Advanced Flight Systems
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    v2. Is the unit sensitive to antenna cord length ( like the 430w) or can I shorten it to get rid of excess cord length?
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    Cut to any length
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