The Dynon DRX is an affordable, dual band ADS-B receiver that fits in your pocket and lasts all weekend on a single charge. Pair the DRX with your favorite mobile app for superior in-flight situational awareness: Get the full traffic picture with ADS-B traffic reception on both 978 MHz (UAT) and 1090 MHz frequencies. In the US, you’ll also receive free text and graphical weather from the FAA’s network of ADS-B ground stations.
I love this ! It really works and you do not lose signal while you are flying. at one point I even went up to 3000 feet just to see if I lost any signal and it kept right on working
Charged the unit. Turned it on..Works flawlessly with the FlyQ software on my iPad. Followed every ADS-B out equipped aircraft at our airport in North Texas and we have many in the air at anytime since a flight school is located here. Great device and reasonably priced .
Appears as advertised thus far. Still waiting to check the weather side as I have flown behind G-500s with ADS-B in and not the portables. Hard to tell with the weather degraded at distances over 250 miles and havenâ€™t filed an IFR yet. Bottom line good thus far as I am looking to get away from the over $600 a year for paid weather...
It just works. I find it works cleanly with FltPlan Go if I use the Stratux setting. It has good battery life and I have had zero trouble using it.
I communicated with a Dynon tech on the Dynon DRX forum. He confirmed that the DRX was compatible with the AVARE app that I enjoy using. On his word I purchased from Aircraft Spruce - who had it in my hands in a couple of days. Unit works perfectly with AVARE. It just sets up the AVARE external WIFI port to 4000 - as you would with STRATUX - the the DRX works perfectly. I love its compact size and single antenna. Battery life? Dont know, but it is a long time. I have left it running for several hours and it still has juice.
Worked very good with iPhone
Easy connect using FlyQ EFB! Test flight was 1.7 hours and internal battery only dropped 2%. Takes up a lot less room than some other receivers.
Very happy with this gps/adsb receiver. Went for this one due to being more affordable than some other makers, and being more compact and having an internal battery opposed to making a stratux myself. Great tool to have in the cockpit
The unit works fine with FltPlan go and DroidEFB. I Havenâ€™t tried it with any other apps. It required a little thought to set up the Input selections on the apps, the interface is a lot like my Stratux. On a high 90s summer day the internal cooling fan kept it running sitting on the glare shield even though the case got uncomfortably hot.
The Dynon DRX can send ADS-B traffic and weather to most aviation apps that receive ADS-B over Wi-Fi, including ForeFlight, FlyQ, and more. These apps can be run on iOS or Android systems. Specifically, it is compatible with any app that can receive industry standard GDL 90 format or that can work with Stratux type devices. DRX is not compatible with Garmin Pilot.
Although this would connect to Foreflight, it does not provide altitude or heading information.
Per the manufacturer, this is not compatible with Skyview.
No. The DRX is not compatible with Garminp pilot app.
Per the manufacturer: It is compatible with any app that can receive industry standard GDL 90 format.
Per the app specifications, it will work with the DRX.
This is charged via USB port, and therefore cannot be hardwired to your aircraft.
Yes. The Dynon DRX (10-06726) weather will work in Canada with the ForeFlight via 1090 Mhz.
The DRX can connect to up to 4 devices at once using the GDL90 format.
Per the Manufacturer, yes the IFly app will work with the DRX Portable ADS-B.