The Ameri-King AK-350 is the most advanced blind altitude reporter on the market, extremely accurate and reliable, the AK-350 is compatible with all transponders, is TSO-C88 approved, and reports altitude to 30,000 ft. Only 3.5"x 2"x 4.75" and weighs 0.4 lbs. Perfect for pressurized or non- pressurized installations and uses 14V or 28V power. Installation is very simple; all accessories and installation instructions are included. Three year extended warranty. The AK-35, AK-40 and AK-50 encoders are designed for aircraft flying at altitudes higher than 30,000 ft .
Wiring harness assembly with connector built-in
Thick Tygon pneumatic hose
Park Hannifin brass fittings
Anodized mounting tray
Extremely Accurate (+/- 20 Feet) and Extremely Reliable.
Compatible with all Transponders.
Prefabricated wiring Harness Assembly Included.
Currently OEM Production Supply (FAA TC approved)
to many Airframe Manufacturers including Mooney Aircraft, Aviat Aircraft, American Champion Aircraft, Luscomb Aircraft, Skystar, Diamond Aircraft of Canada, Aerospaciale Socata Aircraft of Germany etc.
Does this encoder have to be hooked to a static line?
Yes it does to obtain altitude information.
What is the amperage draw for the blind encoder?
Per the Manufacturer, it draws 20 milliamps.
Which one of the altitude encoder (blind encoders) will work with the Garmin GTX 330?
For the Garmin GTX 330, the ACK A-30.5 ALTITUDE ENCODER PN: 11-01561 is a popular choice.
Is the Ameri-King Altitude Encoder 30K compatible with King KT-76A transponder?
Per the install manual, the KT-76A is a supported transponder.
Is the Ameri-King 30K encoder compatible with the Becker ATC4401-1-250 transponder?
Per the install manual, the Becker ATC4401-1 series is supported.
Is the Ameri-King 30K compatiable with the Garmin GTX 327 transponder?
Yes, the AK-350 30K is compatible with the Garmin GTX 327.
Is the Ameri-King 30K blind encoder compatible with the Bendix/King KT 79 transponder?
Per Ameri-King this encoder will work with all transponders.