|The ACK A30.9 (Mod 9) encoder is ideal for use with most GPS and TAWS systems, and works well with most of today's mode S transponders. Feature Gray code in 100ft. increments and RS-232 in 10 or 100 feet increments. Furnished with a 4 ft. harness, pre-wired jack, quick release mounting tray, fittings, static line, and installation manual. Reports altitude to 42,000 ft. Three Year Warranty.|
Works as expected.
Upgrading to ADS-B and wanted serial output. Easy to install, light and a lot smaller than the one I had. So far so good!
This encoder replaced a serial encoder in order to create digital output for ADS-B Out equipment. After being installed, it appears to do what was expected. This encoder must be in high demand, because it is now out of stock.
Worked vary well. Easy to install and vary accurate right out of the box.
The ACK A30.9 encoder is 6" long, 2.65" wide, and 1.3" high.
The ACK 30.9 encoder will work with any transponder. It is a blind encoder, that comes with a 4' harness. You will be required to crimp the corresponding pins on the other end of the harness to plug into your transponder. We do offer a custom harness for this connection, contact sales for a quote.
The connection in the center of the unit is for a static line connection.
The mod A30.9 provides Gray code and two separate RS 232 outputs at 10 foot resolution. Up to 3 devices can be connected to each RS 232 output.
No, a Manufacturer C of C must be requested at time of purchase. This option is given at the check out screen.
Yes, the Stratus ESG is capable of both RS-232 and gray scale encoding.
Yes. The GTX 327 will accept an RS232 input from this encoder.
14VDC 160mA | 28VDC 220mA. Operation current 160mA typical.
PER ACK: The mod 9 can replace the AK-350, but they recommend the customer checking their pin out function to be safe.
Per the manufacturer, The model A-30 encoder Mod levels 0 through 9 utilize the same mounting tray and the same 15 pin Sub D connector and are directly interchangeable between mod levels.