What GPS does GiPSi work with?The
GiPSi has it's own internal GPS and does not need another device,
however it can serve as a backup to an existing GPS.
Where does the external antenna
go?The GiPSi does not need one it has an
Where is the GiPSi
Where does the GiPSi get it's
airport information?From the National
Aeonautical Charting office Data Base
Does the GiPSi have a
display?No, the purpose of the GiPSi is to guide
you by voice, keeping your eyes outside the airplane,
allowing you to fly the airplane and maintain situational
How does the audio work?The GiPSi
comes with an ear bud ear phone that can fit into your ear or be
placed loosely in one of the ear cups of a headset. The GiPSi
has a 3 mm (mp3) type jack that can connect directly to the audio
system in your plane or plug directly into a headset.
How is the GiPSi powered?The GiPSi
is powered by its own internal lithium Ion battery. A cigarette
lighter and a wall adapter are included. It can be used while
charging or when attached to a PC USB port. The battery can power
the GiPSi for more than 10 Hours.
How many satellites does the GiPSi track?The GiPSi can
track up to twelve (12) satellites simultaneously.
Does the GiPSi use the Wide Area
Augmentation System (WAAS)?Yes, the GiPSi can track one WAAS.
Can the GiPSi be used under
IFR?Yes, the GiPSi is a great tool for situational awareness
under IFR. It not recommended that any portable GPS be used
for primary navigation under