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  1. selling my KLN-90B PN 066-04031-1122 with tray (mod1,2). I bought it as spare with my M20K. I tested it in the plane and and it worked fine. price $380 plus shipping Hendrik
  2. I'm selling my engine pre heating GSM switch (update to a full hangar management system) fully setup and ready to use. $250 plus shipping 4 channel version (two have be already setup with power plugs) each channel separately wired for seperate fuse with humidity and temperature sensor with WiFi module lighted power plugs to indicate channel status power supply GSM antenna with magnetic socket LiPo battery (if losing external power) iOS app for cell phone use It's easy to handle and I used it with a T-Mobile sim card. The output can be switched via app, switches on the device, based on time or based on temperature. I liked the option to check the status of the channels (see image) , temperature and humidity in the hangar. Cool is as well to connect the electrical hangar door for remote opening and closing. It worked very reliable and you get an confirmation if its switching on or off. It also reports loss of power in the hangar. Description4G Relay Switch works on the basis of 4G/3G network, so it requires a prepaid pay-as-you-go 4G SIM card from your cellular provider, No minutes are used as it doesn't actually answer the calls - it recognize caller ID and then reject your phone call to turn on the switch automatically.Its working way as same as your home wall mount manual press lights switch, the only difference is we changed manual press working way to Cell Phone wireless remote control. So the range of this relay switch is truly unlimited, You can remote control your home appliances anytime anywhere in the world!Specification:Working Voltage: DC 12-24V@1-2AMaterial: ABSInput Port: YES(for Temperature and Humidity sensor, optional)Output: 4 channel relay, NO/NC,COMRelay Contact: 10A 250VAC, 10A 30VDCPower Consumption: Standby status:60mA@12V, Working status:100mA@12VMemory: Relay memory after AC power outageControl way: Phone Call/SMS/Timer control/Ralated working/Temperature and Humidity alarmWorking Humidity: >65%Working Temperature: -25 - +55℃Radio Frequency: 433.92MHZ (for wireless keyfob,optional)Relay device dimension:7"(L) x 4.75"(W) x 2.25"(H)Package Dimension:8.75"(L) x 6.5"(W) x 2.75"(H)4G Module Bands: FDD-LTE:B2/ B4/ B12, 3G-WCDMA:B2/B4/B5 Compatible providers: USA: AT&T, T-Mobile
  3. I'm selling my engine pre heating GSM switch (update to a full hangar management system) fully setup and ready to use. $250 plus shipping 4 channel version (two have be already setup with power plugs) each channel separately wired for seperate fuse with humidity and temperature sensor with WiFi module lighted power plugs to indicate cannel status power supply GSM antenna with magnetic socket LiPo battery (if losing external power) iOS app for cell phone use It's easy to handle and I used it with a T-Mobile sim card. The output can be switched via app, switches on the device, based on time or based on temperature. I liked the option to check the status of the channels (see image) , temperature and humidity in the hangar. Cool is as well to connect the electrical hangar door for remote opening and closing. It worked very reliable and you get an confirmation if its switching on or off. It also reports loss of power in the hangar. Description4G Relay Switch works on the basis of 4G/3G network, so it requires a prepaid pay-as-you-go 4G SIM card from your cellular provider, No minutes are used as it doesn't actually answer the calls - it recognize caller ID and then reject your phone call to turn on the switch automatically.Its working way as same as your home wall mount manual press lights switch, the only difference is we changed manual press working way to Cell Phone wireless remote control. So the range of this relay switch is truly unlimited, You can remote control your home appliances anytime anywhere in the world!Specification:Working Voltage: DC 12-24V@1-2AMaterial: ABSInput Port: YES(for Temperature and Humidity sensor, optional)Output: 4 channel relay, NO/NC,COMRelay Contact: 10A 250VAC, 10A 30VDCPower Consumption: Standby status:60mA@12V, Working status:100mA@12VMemory: Relay memory after AC power outageControl way: Phone Call/SMS/Timer control/Ralated working/Temperature and Humidity alarmWorking Humidity: >65%Working Temperature: -25 - +55℃Radio Frequency: 433.92MHZ (for wireless keyfob,optional)Relay device dimension:7"(L) x 4.75"(W) x 2.25"(H)Package Dimension:8.75"(L) x 6.5"(W) x 2.75"(H)4G Module Bands: FDD-LTE:B2/ B4/ B12, 3G-WCDMA:B2/B4/B5 Compatible providers: USA: AT&T, T-Mobile
  4. it was just very stiff. I was able to fix it and it's very smooth again.
  5. Thanks Antony, I was speaking to Dan from Lasar prior to my post. Seems a bit more difficult but I will check Macfarlane. Best regards Hendrik
  6. Hi, who has bought Airight Inc? It looks like Apph (http://apph.com) but i could find a reference. Does anybody know a place to overhaul such a fuel valve? Thanks Hendrik
  7. KY-196 TSO P/N 064-1019-20 removed in working conditions. Display and front OK. Including tray. $300
  8. https://www.washingtonian.com/2020/04/29/this-american-hero-flew-an-airplane-over-maryland-in-a-flight-path-that-spelled-f-covid-19/
  9. after my last annual I got my K back and the fuel selector was significantly harder to turn. It's working fine but turning was way easier before and it's not easing up. I did approximately 10 hours with it now. The shop said they haven't done anything with the fuel selector during the annual. Is that a lubrication issues or does it lead to another know issue? I know some Mooney that are hard to turn as well but my on was easy before. Thanks Hendrik
  10. I did this too. There are several level of refreshment and the two things can go hand in hand. Since you would fly in the summer time you need to go on the schedule with Paul early enough. Also Let me know if you have any specific questions like routing, transportation Wilmar to MPS etc. On the Way back you could also stop at Airventure if that is interesting to you. Hendrik (if you can tell me an easy way to turn the pictures in the MS please sent me a PM)
  11. Why not flying to Paul at Weep No More? He has a quick turnaround time and the way from Europe to Willmar and back is fun. It definitely worth the trip and the quality. I did it last year. On this way you get 50 flying hours in the book and have a lot of fun. The M20K can perfectly do it. I haven't seen anybody in Europe who does it in asimilar quality price range than Paul. Hendrik
  12. what avionic you are looking for? P/N S/N Mod voltage converter w connector RB-125 718 voltage converter w connector RB-125 727 COM w tray KY196 TSO 064-1019-20 4859 mod 1,2,3,4,5 intercom TELEX PC4 70650-000 GPS Annunciation Control Unit for King KLN-90B MD41 MD41-328 5184 mount KG 102A 071-4025-00 GPS w tray w cartridge w antenna KLN90B 066-04031-1122 25696 GPS w tray w cartridge KLN90B 066-04031-1122 40566 mod 1,2 ADF indicator with heading sync KI227 066-3063-01 2818 Attitude Gyro, 14V RCA26AK-4 102.0064-02 870163 audio panel KMA24 066-1055-03 4064 VOR/LOC Converter w connector and mount KN72 066-4009-00 3489 mod 3 ZAON Portable Collision Avoidance System XRX ONYX 40734 Course Deviation Indicator MD40-66L 2010056-66l B99689 201 fuel flow transducer Turn coordinator ANS-SOM C007284 Encoded Altimeter Aerosonic Corp 101627-01904 C120821 GPS antenna King Bendix KA 92 071-01553-0200 17893 KMT 112 mount 047-4111-02 tray KT74A tray KT74A tray KX 165A tray KX 165A handheld GPS AV80R EU DB handheld GPS AV80R America DB Garmin DataCard DGRM 73 Garmin DataCard DGRM 72 VOR indicator KI-203 066-3034-00 35990 Air temperatur gauge IFR IFR-11A D-750
  13. Hi Thomas, I have a Turtlepac that I used in several Mooney's over the last years. It worked always perfect and installation is not a big effort. If you have the long range tank conversion the North Atlantic route is savely doable without. Just a bit more stops and maybe a higher fuel price. Without long range you would need a ferry tank. Hendrik
  14. after the Aspen MAX migration and trading in some of my panel "beeps" into real audio files such as "reaching minimum" or "approaching altitude" I'm going the next step. I like to use the flightmate of the PMA450B to play additional sound files at given events. Right now I'm using: input 1 - STALL input 2 - EDM 900 voltage/ temperature alert input 3 - EDM 900 low fuel warning input 4 - Gear warning Any other ideas? What have you connected? It's adding more transparency to hear a clear acoustic warning in the headset (e.g. "check gear") than just a beep tone. Hendrik