|The AV-200 ELT antenna is: Whip type, 121.5 and 406 MHz and intended for use with an ELT (Emergency Locator Transmitter) for General Aviation. It is a passive two frequency wire whip, designed for low speed aircraft (up to 250 knots).|
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Per RAMI: Yes, this will work with the E-01 ELT.
No, use the RAMI AV-300 part number 11-07995 which has all three frequencies.
We do not recommend painting any part of the antenna.
No, ELTs are certified as kits with a specific antenna. You unfortunately cannot interchange antennas.
The AV-200b will physically function with an AK-451, however, it is not on the TSO for that ELT unit.
No, ELT's are certified as kits with specific antennas. Unfortunately you cannot interchange antennas.
Yes, the Artex 345 uses this same antenna.
Yes, this antenna is compatible per the installation manual.
The AK-451 does not have any certification as that ELT has been discontinued.
Please use 11-10465 for the ACK ELT.