Equip now to meet the 2020 mandate, and enjoy the benefits of traffic & weather today!
Have a Garmin GNS430W, GNS530W, GTN650, or GTN750?
Save hundreds of dollars off installation by eliminating the GPS antenna and use the Garmin navigators as the ADS600-B position source.
The ADS600-B™ is a remote mounted Universal Access Transceiver (UAT) which transmits ADS-B OUT information, as well as, receives ADS-B IN information including ADS-B, ADS-R, TIS-B traffic and FIS-B weather. Providing multiple interfaces allows the ADS600-B to support a variety of panel-mounted EFIS/MFDs and portable displays. Certified to TSO-C154c. STC for installations in certified aircraft. Standard features include an internal compliant WAAS GPS, RS232 channel for an external altitude encoder, RS232 and RS422 interfaces for a variety of display devices, and a secure slide-lock attachment for the DB37 system connector.
For aircraft that want to retain their existing Mode-C transponder, purchase our optional TransMonSPE™.
The ADS600-B™ has acheived Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) and includes an Approved Model List (AML) for most GA aircraft.
Complies with the ADS-B Final Rule Technical Amendment, dated 2/9/2015, affecting 14 CFR 91.225 (b)(1)(ii) which permits ADS-B OUT in the National Airspace with devices that meet the performance requirements of TSO-C154c.
The ADS600-B offers full ADS-B OUT (transmit), and IN (receive) capabilites, deliverying traffic and weather to displays connected via optional WIFI and/or RS-232 serial channel. Sends Traffic & Weather to popular iPad apps like Seattle Avionics FlyQ, Hilton WingX, and iFly. Displays on non-proprietary systems such as Advanced Flight Displays (AFS), and Grand Rapid Technologies (GRT) EFIS's, Certified MFDs (e.g. Garmin 430, Avidyne EX500) with ARINC option, Chelton IDU-1, iFly 700/720/etc, and traffic only on Garmin GPSMAP 396/496/696/etc.
Standard features include a compliant internal WAAS GPS, RS232 channel for an external altitude encoder, RS232 and RS422 interfaces for a variety display devices, and a secure slide-lock attachment for the DB37 system connector
TRANSPONDER - ALTITUDE ENCODER INTERFACE:
The FAA requires that an ADS-B Out device be connected to the installed Transponder and Altitude Encoder.
Transponder: The ADS600-B supports modern Transponders that have a digital RS-232 output providing REMOTE (front panel) information such as Squawk Code, Ident, and Mode A/C information.
Altitude Encoder: Likewise the ADS600-B supports modern altitude encoders that can send RS-232 serial formatted data.
Contains compliant internal WAAS GPS. Requiers GPS antenna connection.
AutoSquawk(tm) with our patent-pending TransMonSPE(tm): If your aircraft does not have a modern transponder and/or altitude encoder, then you must purchase the optional TransMonSPE device. The TransMonSPE simply slips over the Transponder coax cable and picks up Mode A and Mode C replies when the transponder is interrogated by ground radar or other aircraft having TCAS equipment. Installs in less than 1 minute - unlike our competitors, no need to install a separate control head that takes hours of install time and wastes precious panel space!
The UAT technology is the only ADS-B equipment that will allow for privacy. Normally, ADS-B devices transmit the aircrafts ICAO number, a unique code that is assigned by the FAA to each aircraft. When flying VFR however, there is no need to let the FAA know who you are. The ADS600-EXP randomizes the ICAO whenever the squawk code is set to 1200. In addition, the N-Number of the aircraft configured is changed to "N0", an unassigned N-Number.