Wi-Fi Module

Be online everywhere!

The LXNAV Wi-Fi Module can be used to connect to the internet through a wireless network such as a smart phone that can act as a “Personal Hotspot”. It offers many powerful features – such as the ability to e-mail your flight log to any computer while still sitting in the glider. It can also be used to download and display weather data on the map (coming soon). It will be extremely nice to e-mail my flight log to my home computer immediately after landing – using mobile phone (any smart phone with internet access will work) to connect the eCopilot to the internet. Displaying weather maps on the map will also be extremely useful – assuming my mobile phone can connect to the internet while at altitude.

Main Features

Establish a Wi-Fi connection to a Wi-Fi network or smart phone setup as a “Personal Hotspot”

e-mail flight logs to any e-mail address

e-mail waypoint files to any e-mail address

e-mail airspace files to any e-mail address

e-mail Profile (settings) files to any e-mail address

e-mail diagnostic files from the Settings > About screen to any e-mail address

Display Wi-Fi status icon on any screen (user setup required)

Display target airport weather information on any screen (user setup required) (coming soon)

Target raw METAR (Meteorological Terminal Air Report)

Target raw TAF (Terminal Aerodrome Forecast)

Target parsed METAR

Target parsed TAF

Real time rain radar maps on the moving map while in flight (coming soon) – Assuming that you can connect to the internet through your smartphone while in flight

Upload flight logs to the SeeYou Cloud

Download contest tasks from soaringspot.com

Upload flight logs to the OLC

Download waypoint and airspace files from the SeeYou Cloud (coming soon)

Size and Weight

Required depth behind eCopilot: 61 mm (2.4 inches)

Height: 88 mm (3.5 inches)

Length (straight out as in photo): 149 mm (5.9 inches)

Weight: 0.5 oz (14 g)

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