The GRT Safe-Fly is a 2020 ADS-B compliant GPS, allowing it to be used as the navigation source for your compatible ADS-B output. This full compliance with FAR 91.227 allows your ADS-B output to trigger the return of traffic data. This demanding standard requires a GPS that is reliable to better than one undetected failure per million hours, making it a natural as your navigation source for your GRT EFIS.
Other benefits include triple isolated power inputs, making it easy to power it with primary, back up, and even a third power source. GRT designed the module to tolerate very high levels of electromagnetic interference (EMI), large power fluctuations, and vibration. No standby power is required. Even the case is machined from solid aluminum, protecting the Safe-Fly from further EMI and physical damage.
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Yes, this is compatible with the Trig TT22.
The previous answer was incorrect. This unit is compatible with the Trig and Sandia ADS-B units.