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Davis Windex AV
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Davis Windex AV wind indicator instrument
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at what angle should the reference tabs be set. I set mine too close?

Asked on 08/06/2013 by Thomas Cervenak

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Thank you very much. It was very helpful and confirmed what I thought. Tom

Answered on 10/03/2013 by Thomas Cervenak
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Thanks so much. That was the problem, my package got all wet and I threw it out. I can certainly use the 60 degree angle. Again, I appreciate your help. Tom

Answered on 08/06/2013 by Thomas Cervenak

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I followed the package info - for cruiser 60 degrees, used the template on packaging. Hope that helps.

Answered on 08/06/2013 by WILLIAM COLLINS

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I think it is a pure matter of preference. The idea is to give you an idea of the apparent wind angle to your boat, so even a fairly flat angle will for that. I plan to set mine with a n internal angle of between 75 and 90to degrees. Hope this helps.

Answered on 10/03/2013 by GREGORY BAKOS
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does the windex create any interfearance with radio reception ?

Asked on 05/14/2012 by Undisclosed

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Not at all. Works perfectly!

Answered on 05/14/2012 by AERNOUDT BOTTEMANNE
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I have not noticed any interference in the UHF radio. I comes in loud and clear. Dan

Answered on 05/14/2012 by DANIEL FLYNN
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What type of cable connector is on the the bottom of the unit?

Asked on 03/21/2012 by Ozzie Graham

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The Windex does not come with a transponder for connecting your UHF antenna as shown in the picture. You only get the windex, spreaders and some plactic tubing. You would have to purchase that separately. There are no cable connections with the Unit I purchased. The windex slides over the UHF antenna. I had to purchase a short piece of aluminum tubing(12" by 1/8" diameter) from Lowes to extend the Windex above my sailboat mast and slide a plastic tubing at the top of the antenna to keep it from blowing off . The spreaders, with the reflectors, were made of heavy duty wire and would not allow the washers supplied with the windex to work with my transponder. I left them off when connecting the transponder to the UHF cable connector. The cable connector for the UHF antenna cable was a screw type coax connector. I was able to screw in the UHF connector without the washers.

Answered on 03/23/2012 by DANIEL FLYNN
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