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Skytrax AXP322 ADS-B

AXP322 Remote-Mount Mode S Transponder w/ADS-B OUT

The AXP322 transponder is a remote-mounted Class 1 Mode S Level 2 Datalink Transponder, with support for 1090MHz Extended Squitter (ES), that meets all the current requirements for Mode S elementary surveillance transponders for both IFR and VFR flight. It is designed to be controlled using an Avidyne IFD540 or IFD440GPS/NAV/COM.

Meeting the Mandate for ADS-B

The AXP322 also supports the latest Version 2 1090 MHz Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) Extended Squitter, known as “ADS-B out”. Equipping with ADS-B Out will be required in most U.S. airspace by 2020. The AXP322, when coupled with the Avidyne IFD540 or IFD440 transmits position information to appropriately-equipped ground stations and other aircraft. This provides improved airborne surveillance, provides vital information for airport ground surveillance, and is a key feature of future airspace plans in the U.S. and internationally.

Specifications

Dimensions

  • Width: 2.68″ (68mm)
  • Height: 1.89″ (48mm)
  • Depth: 6.3″ (160mm)

Weight

  • 0.97 lbs (0.35 kg)

Type

  • Transponder Class 1 Mode S level 2els ADS-B Class B1S

Certification

  • ETSO-C112b, ETSO-C166a, FAA TSO C112c, FAA TSO C166b, approved for IFR and VFR flight

Compliance

  • ED-73C, DO-160F, DO-178B Level B, DO-254 Level C, DO-260B, DO-181E

Power

  • 9-33 V
  • Idle: 0.15 A active: 0.34 A
  • 250 W at connector

Environmental

  • -40°C to +70°C
  • No external cooling fan required

GPS Compatibility

  • Avidyne IFD540/IFD440

Other Interfaces

  • Gray Code & Serial Altitude Inputs
  • Serial Altitude Output
  • External Standby Input
  • Weight on Wheels Input
  • External Ident Input

Description

AXP322 Remote-Mount Mode S Transponder w/ADS-B OUT

The AXP322 transponder is a remote-mounted Class 1 Mode S Level 2 Datalink Transponder, with support for 1090MHz Extended Squitter (ES), that meets all the current requirements for Mode S elementary surveillance transponders for both IFR and VFR flight. It is designed to be controlled using an Avidyne IFD540 or IFD440GPS/NAV/COM.

Meeting the Mandate for ADS-B

The AXP322 also supports the latest Version 2 1090 MHz Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) Extended Squitter, known as “ADS-B out”. Equipping with ADS-B Out will be required in most U.S. airspace by 2020. The AXP322, when coupled with the Avidyne IFD540 or IFD440 transmits position information to appropriately-equipped ground stations and other aircraft. This provides improved airborne surveillance, provides vital information for airport ground surveillance, and is a key feature of future airspace plans in the U.S. and internationally.

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