Download airspace and Turnpoints - it will download as a .zip file - this .zip file needs to be 'extracted' on to your device's sd card (for LX90xx/LX80xx/S10x/S8x varios) or your device's internal memory (TFAT drive for Oudies). Then put the .cup turnpoint file into the 'Turnpoint' or 'Waypoint' folder. The .cub file needs to be placed in the 'Airspace' folder. Airspace now has all letters of agreement, wave boxes, May RAT's and radio frequencies apended to airspace name.
- Files updated 13/6/2019
For creating your own customised airspace files, visit ASSelect UK by clicking here.
For displaying airfields that are not included in the BGA TP list, in to your LX90xx or LX80xx, you can use Paul Ruskin's files. These are also kept up to date with the latest frequency changes - very useful if you have an LXNAV radio bridge connected to your LX90xx/LX80xx.
Sign up to his mailing list to receive the download link and be kept up to date with regular updates: http://eepurl.com/dEGl3X
If your FLARM gives you 'Obstacle database expired' warnings - you should load the null obstacle database file onto the top directory of your FLARM (either via SD card or USB stick) and this will remove the warnings.
Tools Online tools to be used in conjunction with your equipment and avionics.
LXNAV LX Styler - Link here - To be used in conjunction with your LX90xx/LX80xx glide computer to help you design your perfect profile from the comfort of your own home - then simply upload to your LX90xx/LX80xx via an SD card.
Flarm Configuration Tool - Link here - Configure your Flarm using this online tool. Use it to configure communication baud rates, reception range, stealth mode, IGC declaration info, ICAO hex code (for your ADSB enabled PowerFLARM if you have a transponder on board).
FlarmNet - Link here - The FlarmNet database allows you to see the competition number and more information of other Flarm equipped gliders directly in the cockpit on your compatible Flarm display (All Flarmviews, Oudies, S-series varios, LX90xx, Lx80xx, XCSoar...).
Open Glider Network - Link here - To configure how your Flarm equipped aircraft appears on 'Spot the gliders' and other tracking websites, you can register your device on the Open Glider Network. This allows people to track you while you are out flying, whenever you are in range of a ground station.