For too long, ADS-B has been expensive and complicated. Not any more. The company that revolutionized ADS-B In with the Stratus series of portable weather receivers has done it again. Meet Stratus ESG.
S-TEC is the world leader in analog and digital autopilot systems. With the industry’s largest selection of single-axis, primary two-axis, and full-function two-axis autopilots, you’ll experience smoother, more stable flight and reduced maintenance down-time.
A panel-mounted Mode S digital transponder series with traffic datalink capability and dedicated pushbutton keys for squawk code selection, the GTX 330 family brings ATC aircraft surveillance to new levels of precision, reliability and performance.
The GDL 88 is the first dual-link solution for certified aircraft that not only provides a path to ADS-B “Out” compliance for many pilots, but also brings subscription-free weather and advanced traffic display to the cockpit.
Aspen’s ATX200G dual-band in, 978 MHz out ADS-B transceiver + GPS is a solution for aircraft that have a Mode A/C transponder (or Mode S without Extended Squitter) and no ADS-B compatible GPS installed. The ATX200G is a certified solution and is compatible with Aspen Evolution PFDs and MFDs.
Aspen’s ATX200 dual-band in, 978 MHz out ADS-B transceiver is a solution for aircraft that have a Mode A/C transponder (or Mode S without Extended Squitter) and a WAAS-enabled GPS installed. The ATX200 is a certified solution and is compatible with Aspen Evolution PFDs and MFDs.
Aspen’s ARX100 dual-band ADS-B receiver is a solution for aircraft that already have a Mode S transponder with Extended Squitter (ES) and a WAAS-enabled GPS installed. The ARX100 is a certified ADS-B weather and traffic In solution and is compatible with Aspen Evolution PFDs and MFDs.
The KT 74 transponder from Bendix/King is the easiest upgrade to the popular KT 76A/C and KT 78A models, with a ‘plug and go’ capacity. And it’s ADS-B compliant, therefore meeting all 2020 requirements.
The AuRACLE CRM2100 is a dual-box networked system. The system’s Engine Interface Unit (EIU) is mounted on the engine-side of the firewall. All engine sensors connect directly to the EIU. The engine data is communicated on a true aerospace network via a CAN bus to the Display Unit (DU).
Avidyne’s IFD540 GPS/NAV/COM combines the best Flight Management System available, with a multi-channel digital VHF radio, in an easy-to-use, plug & play design for general aviation pilots.