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Links To Important Oudie Sites
Oudie 2 Shown Inside                           Oudie 2 Shown Outside
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An Oudie's flight log files can be used to review the flight, and for the vast majority of regional contests, but are not IGC compliant for SSA badges (neither is the Oudie 2, only the Oudie IGC is compliant).
To me the Oudie with SeeYou Mobile is the nicest and easiest to use of the portal units on the market. This unit comes with the latest versions of SeeYou Mobile and ConnectMe software, Illinois maps, airspace and turnpoints. It is direct sunlight readable (which beat the heck out of my old HP PDA). The Oudie produces a flight tracking file so that you can review your flights in SeeYou (desktop) or other software.
Included with the Oudie are all the items you see in the attached image;
I will help you in any way I can to get you started with the Oudie.
Important Notes: This is the Oudie 1 (original) which was replaced with the Oudie 2 which has a slightly brighter screen - both are considered sunlight readable. The standard Naviter power supply and data jack cable is replaced in this package with a 12Vdc power only cable to connect to ship's battery. The power/data cable is only necessary if you want to connect the Oudie to another GPS source such as a flight computer (Cambridge, LX, FLARM, etc). You can buy a replacement power supply and data jack cable from this source.
For longer flights you do need an external power source such as from ship's power or one of the portable USB power packs.