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to transmit both 406 MHz and 121.5 MHz signals. It features further options including a two-wire remote switch
that does not require aircraft power. Activated manually
using a cockpit-mounted remote switch or automatically
via internal G-switch, the 406 MHz signal is transmitted to
the global Cospas-Sarsat satellite network and routed to
the nearest search and rescue agency. GPS data embedded within the digital transmission reduces the search
radius to 100 meters.
For more information, visit acrartex.com.
Airtext
The Airtext hardware is a paperback-size box weighing
less than a pound, which can be used on the ground or
in the air. Its small size and light weight make it appropriate for even smaller business aircraft, or as supplemental
connectivity for large-cabin jets. Using the Iridium constellation means worldwide coverage and low-cost burst
messaging, and the Airtext+ upgrade even allows cellphone calls with a prepaid sim card.
New for 2018 is enhanced pilot functionality. Initially,
according to the
company, the service was designed
for passengers but
has "morphed" into
a datalink for pilots.
Among other services
AirText message annunciator
available through the
Airtext FAA-approved
servers are digital ATIS reception along with METARs and
TAFs, both of which are accessible at any time. Airtext
also can be used with FBOlink, which allows flight crew to
text messages to an FBO's customer service desk from
anywhere in the world. Also new for 2018 is a separate
panel-mounted annunciator advising flight crew if they
have a waiting message, and a Bluetooth antenna extender for larger aircraft.
For more information, visit airtext.aero.
ALTO Aviation
New for 2018 is ALTO's Cadence In-Line Relay
Controller, an easy-to-install device designed to use local
relays and preserve existing aircraft wiring, minimizing
woodwork and other installation costs. Switch panels
featuring up to three relays plug directly into the controller
or it may be used as a discrete, stand-alone device.
According to the company, it has been specifically
designed to provide the business aviation retrofit market
with a fast, easy and cost-friendly way to upgrade
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the cabin
entertainment
experience.
Dip switches
on the bottom
of the controller
ALTO In-Line Relay
Controller
allow access
to easy, userfriendly configuration options. ALTO's Cadence
In-Line Relay Controller interfaces seamlessly with the
company's line of switches and switch panels designed
to replace legacy equipment from manufacturers like the
former Audio International, Baker, Pacific Systems and
Airshow Micronet.
For more information, visit altoaviation.com.
Anodyne Electronics Manufacturing Corp.
The AWG08 audio warning generator is the latest product from Anodyne Electronics Manufacturing Corp. It's a
field-programmable audio warning generator using a USB
connection to load up to eight voice/tone warnings. It features selectable trigger levels (high/low),
selectable repeat
options and prioritizing, plus dual audio
outputs. Its output can
be from a library of
recordings or created
AWG08 audio
and installed by the
warning generator
customer. Inputs are
field-selectable for either triggering by voltage or ground.
Among other options, all inputs may be keyed depending on the circuit's ground status. The AWG08 offers two
independent and fully isolated outputs, both of which may
be adjusted to match requirements. The AWG08 weighs
approximately 1.5 pounds and is designed to meet DO214A and DO-160G requirements. A TSO is pending.
The LSA150 and LSA300 loud speaker amplifiers are
the other latest additions to the company's product line,
providing operators with an affordable, technically superior option to legacy public-address systems, according to
Tony Weller, sales manager at AEM.
For more information, visit aem-corp.com.
Applied Avionics
Formerly known as Aerospace Optics, Applied Avionics manufactures the VIVISUN line of lighted pushbutton
switches and the NEXSYS series of independent mixand-match electronic switching components. Brandon
Whitacre, technical sales, presented the company's latest
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