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ADS-B SOLUTIONS FOR PHENOM 100 & 300 AIRCRAFT
“ADS-B Out Only” Upgrades Available for Phenom 100 Aircraft via SB 500-34-0010
- Upgrade Transponder(s) from GTX-33 to GTX-33ES
- New G1000 software load
- Can be done while you have lunch or during next inspection
“ADS-B Out Only” Solutions for Phenom 300 G1000 or G3000 Aircraft via SB 505-34-0010 or SB 505-34-0011
- Replace Transponder(s) with new ADS-B Compliant Units
- Additional Wiring and Integration Required
- TCAS II Compliant
“ADS-B In” Available via Mobile Device (i.e. iPad)
Citation Excel & XLS
COST EFFECTIVE GARMIN ADS-B SOLUTIONS
- Garmin GTX-3000 smart transponder solutions for your Honeywell equipped Citation Excel or XLS via STC
- Approximately 40% less than the current Honeywell upgrade
- Provides a $50,000 credit toward a future upgrade to Garmin G5000
- Ensures “ADS-B Out” compliance while receiving “ADS-B In” via Bluetooth for display on mobile platforms (i.e. iPad running Garmin Pilot or Foreflight)
ADS-B SOLUTIONS FOR YOUR CITATION 500/501/550/551/S550/560 AND PRIMUS 1000 EQUIPPED BRAVO, ENCORE, ULTRA & EXCEL
Upgrade your Citation 500/501/550/S550/560
- Panel upgrades via Garmin G600/700 TXi
- LPV/WAAS Approach capability via Garmin GTN 650/750
- ADS-B In/Out with Garmin GTX 33ES, 3000, or 335/345 Transponders
- JetTech STC
Enhance your Legacy Bravo, Encore, Ultra, or Excel
- Garmin Center Panel GTN 750 Upgrade – LPV/WAAS Approach Capable
- ADS-B In/Out with GTX 33ES, 3000, or 335/345 Transponders
- JetTech STC
ADS-B SOLUTIONS FOR CNI 5000 EQUIPPED CITATIONJET MODELS 525 & 525A OR CITATION BRAVO’S (550)
CNI 5000 Integrated Radio System
- Avoid unnecessary downtime – upgrade your CNI 5000 Integrated Radio System to be ADS-B Out compliant today.
- BendixKing’s affordable, quick and easy retrofit replaces existing KT 70 transponders with new KT 74s. With a compatible ADS-B GPS position source, your
- Citation Jet models 525 & 525A, or Citation Bravo Bravo (550) can be ADS-B Out compliant
- We also offer a simple path to stream ADS-B weather and traffic wirelessly to your tablet.
EQUIP YOUR AVIDYNE OR GARMIN PERSPECTIVE CIRRUS AIRCRAFT
Garmin Perspective: Options for perspective-equipped aircraft to meet the mandate and provide greater situational awareness
- Garmin GTX-33 to GTX-33ES Upgrades for Garmin Perspective Equipped Aircraft (ADS-B Out)
- Garmin GDL-88 Installation option to achieve “ADS-B In”
Avidyne Equipped: Many options available depending on aircraft equipment and desired integration with Avidyne MFD
- Garmin GDL-82 Cost Effective Solution
- Garmin GTX-335 ADS-B Out Only or GTX-345 ADS-B In/Out
- L3 Lynx ADS-B In/Out
- Avidyne AXP 322/340 for ADS-B Out and SkyTrax100 for ADS-B In
Some solutions may require software or hardware upgrades to existing equipment including the Avidyne PFD and/or MFD, Garmin 430s, or Avidyne IFDs.
Schedule with your Annual Inspection or CAPS Overhaul for additional savings!
ADS-B Out refers to an aircraft broadcasting its position and other information. ADS-B In refers to an aircraft receiving the broadcasts and messages from the ground network such as TIS-B and FIS-B. ADS-B In is not mandated by the ADS-B Out rule. If an operator chooses to voluntarily equip an aircraft with ADS-B In avionics, a compatible display is also necessary to see the information. Refer to AC 20-165B for information on ADS-B OUT and AC 20-172B on ADS-B IN installation and certification.
If you want to operate in ADS-B designated airspace after January 1, 2020, Yes.
Under the rule, ADS-B Out performance will be required to operate in:
- Class A, B, and C airspace.
- Class E airspace within the 48 contiguous states and the District of Columbia at and above 10,000 feet MSL, excluding the airspace at and below 2,500 feet above the surface.
- Class E airspace at and above 3,000 feet MSL over the Gulf of Mexico from the coastline of the United States out to 12 nautical miles.
- Around those airports identified in 14 CFR part 91, Appendix D.
The ADS-B Out rule does not apply in the airspace defined in items 2 and 4 above for any aircraft not originally certificated with an electrical system or that has not subsequently been certified with such a system installed, including balloons and gliders. For additional requirements for using the exception for item 4, please refer to CFR 91.225 section (d) for the requirements.
The best solution for your aircraft will depend on a number of factors including your aircraft type and age, how your aircraft is currently equipped, whether or not your currently have a WAAS GPS source available, your budget, and your future plans for your aircraft. We suggest contacting us today for a customized consultation.
ADS-B In pilot cockpit advisory services consist of Flight Information Service-Broadcast (FIS-B) and Traffic Information Service-Broadcast (TIS-B). These are free services transmitted automatically to aircraft equipped to receive ADS-B In.
FIS-B provides a broad range of textual/graphical weather products and other flight information to the general aviation community. FIS-B is only available on the 978MHz Universal Access Transceiver (UAT) equipment. FIS-B includes the following:
- Aviation Routine Weather Reports (METARs)
- Non-Routine Aviation Weather Reports (SPECIs)
- Terminal Area Forecasts (TAFs) and their amendments
- NEXRAD (regional and CONUS) precipitation maps
- Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) Distant and Flight Data Center
- Airmen’s Meteorological Conditions (AIRMET)
- Significant Meteorological Conditions (SIGMET) and Convective SIGMET
- Status of Special Use Airspace (SUA)
- Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFRs)
- Winds and Temperatures Aloft
- Pilot Reports (PIREPS)
TIS-B is an advisory-only service available to both 1090ES and UAT equipment users. TIS-B increases pilots’ situational awareness by providing traffic information on all transponder-based aircraft within the vicinity of the ADS-B In equipped aircraft receiving the data.