|The SAE5-35 Altitude encoder from Sandia is small (1" high), lightweight (12 oz.) and utilizes Gillham Grey code in 100' resolution for optimum performance and accuracy. Features two RS232 outputs in 10 foot resolution, simplifying installations. All connectors are on the same side for easy mounting, and digital calibration eliminates analog drift. Altitude In-Flight Monitoring (AIM) mode alerts the pilot when he strays off altitude. Requires virtually no warm up time and uses very little power. Fully TSO'd and backed by factory 3 year warranty. Power: 11-33VDC.|
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Yes, it does come with mount plate and connector kit.
There has not been specific testing done on the Sandia. Garmin techs believe this will work, however they can not guarantee it.
Yes, this will work with your GTX 330 ES.
No, the product is marked TSO approved but does not include a domestic 8130 in the box. 8130-3 export form can be requested in the shopping cart (additional fees apply).