Many pilots are equipping with ADS-B and Trig provides solutions for both certified and uncertified aircraft owners. Trig’s 2020 ADS-B Bundle, for light-sport, experimental and home builders. Trig’s ADS-B kit contains all the certified components needed to allow flight in 2020 rule ADS-B airspace for these aircraft types.
The ADS-B Bundle features; Trig’s highly popular TT22 compact transponder, the latest TN72 X GPS Position Source (certified to TSO-C199) and the matching TA70 GPS antenna. This provides a fully compatible ADS-B Out solution that meets the requirements of FAR 91.227 for light-sport and experimental aircraft. Customers will save by purchasing the bundle over the regular price.
All Trig products are supported by a two year warranty (from date of installation) and U.S. based technical support.
High quality product with excellent hardware and connection package
Per Vendor: The kit includes: 1ea. TN72, 1ea. TA70 and 1ea. TT22. All three of these items are complete with install kits.
The TT22 has a build in encoder.
No. You will need to purchase a coax cable and a transponder antenna separately with this bundle.
Correct, this system is for experimental aircraft. for certified version please view p/n: 11-14872.
No, this bundle is only for ads-b out. You will need a portable ads-b in solution, such as the Stratus 3.
No the Trig GPS antenna is not a compatible external GPS antenna for the Aera 560. Only the Garmin GA25 or GA27 antennas are recommended by Garmin for the Aera 560.
No, it does not.
Per the manufacturer there is a software update that allows the unit to be installed without the airspeed switch.
No, the WAAS/GPS antenna that comes with this kit is for the ADS-B out solution only.
Either of the mentioned antennas can be used for this install.