Note: Only for use with Dynon SkyView system.
Integrated: Made for the SkyView System with control and annunciation appearing on the SkyView Display. The transponder module can be mounted anywhere in the airplane that is convenient.
Traffic: Features TIS Traffic (USA).
ADS-B Out via 1090 ES: Meets USA and Europe ADS-B Out Mandates. Note, full FAA "2020 mandate" ADS-B Out compliance requires a TSO'd WAAS be connected.
Additional U.S. ADS-B OUT Compliance Information: The FAA ADS-B "final rule" only allows the higher power Class 1 transponder to be used as an ADS-B Out transmit device for ADS-B Out mandate compliance on or after 2020. Therefore, for U.S. customers, we recommend only the Class 1 SV-XPNDR-261.
Dynon Warranty, Support, and Service: These transponders come with a 3-year Dynon Warranty.
Mounting: At only 1 pound and 5.6" by 1.8" by 2.4", the transponder module can fit into the tiniest places and aircraft. A quick release mounting system allows for simple installation and easy removal if needed for service.
Per the manufactuerer, the Dynon Skyview XPDR transponder can interface to the Garmin 480.
The Dynon Skyview XPDR transponder without the harness still comes with the mounting bracket and 25 pin connector kit.
Yes the transponder will still work as it is power separately. Based on the wire diagram, the encoder info is only offered by the Skyview system.
It is the output power (in watts) USA requires class 1 where Europe is ok with class 2.
The SV-XPNDR-261 transponder is 1090ES.
The Dynon Skyview system (ADAHRS) will provide the encoder information to the Dynon transponder.
No, it will not.
These units are mostly identical with similar connectors, but they do have different power outputs.