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Bendix King Kln-94 Gps Data Card Reader / Updater ( Sandisk Imagemate Sddr-31 ) on

US $54.95

Holyoke, Colorado, United States

Holyoke, Colorado, United States
Condition:Used Manufacturer Part Number:SDDR-31 Part Brand:SanDisk

Available are Sandisk SDDR-31 USB card readers with the KLN94 compatibility firmware PRE-INSTALLED.   This firmware upgrade is necessary to reload/reprogram the GPS database card found in the King KLN94 GPS system.  This Sandisk device is meant to be used in conjunction with the Bendix/King Wingman GPS Database Loader program and a subscription to the GPS database downloads.  Perform the database card updates from the comfort of home or office using a Windows based laptop or PC.  Save money over the mail subscription.  Not Mac compatible. Unit has only been used with KLN94 system. We are selling because we are now using a different system. 

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