This course is designed for technicians who have completed AEA’s Basic Wiring & Avionics Installation Course and/or have a couple years of basic avionics installation practice and are looking for more experience integrating common general aviation installations. Technicians will learn how to plan, install, interface, configure and check out an installation consisting of a Garmin GTN 650 touch screen nav/com/GPS, Garmin GTX 345 transponder and an Aspen EFD1000 primary flight display.
Presented by: Don Dominguez of Radioman Avionics
FAA Accepted 8 Hours - Course # C-IND-IM-180105-K-010-001
- Installation tools and supplies
- Soldering skills
- Connector assembly
- Co-ax termination
- Review diagrams
- Make aircraft interface drawing specific to this aircraft
- Power-point showing schematic built-up
- Aspen Primary Flight Display Installation – EFD1000
- Garmin GPS/Nav/Com Installation – GTN650
- Garmin Transponder Installation - GTX 345
- System Configurations
- Test System
- Final check outs
Its a very informative class especially for avionics techs who want to improve their craft
Very nice training atmosphere, instructor very knowledgeable
Good course to learn the techniques to further your wiring skills and produce the best product for your customers
Definitely worth your time and money
It's a good introductory course on the basics of installing/configuring components
Highly recommend, register as soon as you can
Worth the time and money
Well worth the cost
Great start on ADS-B harness building
It is an excellent class and a very knowledgeable instructor
Worth the time and expense for the novice or experienced veteran as a brush up
Very good class for the people just coming into avionics side of the aviation maintenance
Must attend. Recommend taking basic
Excellent introduction to practical installation troubleshooting.
It's a great class. Very informative.
This class is a must for all avionics enthusiasts
It is essential for anyone working with GA aircraft in the field of avionics.
Great opportunity to learn
This is definitely worth it. The people are nice and they accept you and your abilities.
Trust me, you don't want that. I'm horrible with words. But the class was good.
Worth the time and effort
Great material and very expertly explained
It's a great training of installation and integration with all facilities
It's and experience who no one must lose, testing all your knowledges, you must trying.
You will be ready to service the fleet by the end.
Review components online (installation manuals)
Extremely well conducted class conducted by a world class instructor.
This was really a great way to get your hands on different manufacturer's equipment and see how they work together.
Very helpful to bring an entry level tech up to speed with installs
Very good class and worth attending.
The class is well worth the time and money
Excellent hands-on experience, knowledge of instructor is is great, facility nice clean, tools you use in the field are used in class.
Extremely helpful and beneficial for anyone with a lot of a little avionics experience.
Definitely worth coming if you are doing avionics install
Ludwig Nicholas L.
Industry specific training that will advance the real world education of the aircraft electronics technician.
This is a brilliant class that I would recommend anyone installing avionics to take.
Great for the beginner with a few months' experience.
Excellent background for installing/interfacing Aspen with Garmin gear. A little redundant if you've installed this gear before.
Great, informative easy to digest classes.
Very good class on hands on training with today's equipment being installed.
If you are looking for experience making wire bundles and configuring various avionics, I highly recommend this course.
Very good wiring practice & configuration practice. Helps with understanding of system integration.
Great class, well taught, great hands on equipment
Know what you want to derive from it and let experience add to knowledge.
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