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11 Why are the Radio PTT labelled Hi and Lo - Push-to-talk

All MGL Avionics V6 and V10 radio harnesses have PTT wires labelled PTT Hi and PTT Lo. This terminology can be confusing to some, so it is explained below. PTT Hi is the PTT signal wire PTT Lo is the PTT Ground wire Often airframe Ground is used as PTT Ground…

12 Circuit Breaker Size

See FAA AC 43.13-1B for guidelines on aircraft wiring and circuit breaker sizes: http://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/advisory_circulars/index.cfm/go/document.information/documentid/99861

13 V6 Com Radio Setup and Quick Reference

Here are the steps to setup the V6 Com radio and adjust the settings: Step 1: Adjust volume until you can receive a radio station clearly Step 2: Set the MIC level (while talking into the mic) until bar graph goes 2/3 of the way across the range Step 3: Set…

14 V6 Radio Basic Operation Video

This video shows some of the basic operations of the V6 Com Radio. Skip to the 2 min mark for setup instructions (and click here for detailed setup instructions):

15 Using VAL Avionics Radios with MGL EFISs

This is a placeholder article for a future more complete version. This article contains just a couple of points, hopefully to save a little time in wiring these radios up. 1. The pin out of the older COM2000 manuals is WRONG for the serial port pins. Please…

16 MGL V6 and V10 Com Radio Connection to iBox (iEFIS system)

To connect an MGL Avionics V6 or V10 radio to the iBox for remote control and remote frequency selection, please use this example schematic below (setups at bottom of page). Notes: Use iBox RS-232 channels 3, 4 or 5 (save channels 1 and 2 for high speed RS-232…

17 V10 Radio Harness Schematics

Attached are harness schematics for connecting up Single Place, 2-place and 4-place harnesses for wiring the V10 Radio (and a dual radio harness schematic)

18 V6 Radio Harness Schematics

Attached are harness schematics for connecting up Single Place, 2-place and 4-place harnesses for wiring the V6 Radio

19 Aircraft Radio Installation Guide

Attached is a radio installation guide that shows good practices for installing a V6 or V10 radio, including outlining any common problems

20 V6 Radio Dimensions and Size

Attached is the dimension outline of the V6 Radio

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