Add Mode C capability to your aircraft the most cost-effective way. The ACK encoder features the latest solid-state electronics for high reliablity. Installation is quick and easy and usually is completed in less than one hour. It is compatible with most transponders in use today and reports altitude to 30,750 ft. Includes quick-release mounting try, 4-ft. color-coded wiring harness with prewired jack, static line and fittings for installation in any aircraft, and installation manual in any aircraft, and installation manual with popular transponder pin-outs. 3 year warranty.
Easy to install and works as advertised.
Just plug and play, calibration was correct right out of the box. Very happy with this encoder.
Just right. Quick delivery.
Dont have an appt until middle of November for its installation. Cant review except the aviation A & P recommended it.
Direct replacement for my obsolete AK-350 encoder. Plug in and play.
Installed easily. Information provided was complete and accurate. No problems installing. Flight test proved very accurate with factory calibration. No adjustment was needed.
My 20+ year old 30.3 started reporting incorrectly. Read the reviews and noted this was plug-n-play. Swapped out the unit, pinouts the same, mounting tray the same, done! A&P signed off the swap and altitude is correct again.
I bought a new ACK A-30.5 yesterday, I bought it to replace my older ACK A-30. I checked the pins and I have power at pin 8 and ground on pin 15 So I plugged it in hooked up to the old pitostatic and tested it. It tested perfectly! So it was basically plug-and-play. Could not have been easier, if ACK has worked for the last 30 years on my plane it will work for the next 30 years.
I forgot to mention that the A30.5 was a direct replacement for my dead A30 mod3.
My A30 died and replaced it with the A30.5. It works great and now my altitude is dead on.
Per Garmin the ACK encoder with give the SL 70 altitude information on the display.
Yes, the ACK A-30.5 is compatible.
Yes the ACK A-30.5 will work with the Becker transponder.
Yes, the ACK can work with the Narco AT 50A. In the manual shows the wire diagram. In the box is a 4 foot harness, 4 foot pitot-static line, installation hardware and the installation manual.
Per the manual for the ACK-30.5 Altitude Encoder, they do give the wiring diagram for the King KT76A.
Per the Manual, The ACK A-30.5 is compatible with the KT76C.
Per the Manual, The Ack 30.5 is plug compatible with all earlier Ack 30 models.
Yes, the A30.5 is compatible with the GTX 328.
Yes, they are compatible.
Yes, this will work with the Garmin GTX 335. Garmin also makes an encoder which plugs into the back of the transponder, which can be found under part number 11-14162.