|The Trig TT22 transponder is uniquely useful to HXr users because it is able interface with the EFIS remotely, eliminating the need for a separate control head on the instrument panel. This supplement is designed to help you connect the transponder to the HXr display unit and program it to allow optimal performance of both units.(Head Unit, not included)|
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|Type||Transponder Class 1 Mode S level 2elsADS-B Class B1S|
|Certification||ETSO C88A, C112C, C166A |
TTSO C88b, C112c, C166b, approved for IFR and VFR flight
|Compliance||ED-73C, DO-160F, DO-178B Level B, |
DO-254 Level C, DO-260B, DO-181D
|Supply Voltage (DC)||9-33 V|
|Typical Current Consumption (at 14v)||idle: 0.15A active: 0.34 A|
|Nominal Transmitter Power||250 W at connector|
|Operating Temperature||for the transponder -40°C to +70°C |
for the controller -25°C to +70°C
|Cooling Requirement||No fan required|
|Weight||440g / 0.8 lbs|
|Dimensions (mm)||controller: H 44 x W 63 x L 54 mm |
transponder in tray: H 48 x W 68 x L 160 mm
|Dimensions (inches)||controller: H 1.8 x W 2.4 x L 2.1 inches |
transponder in tray: H 1.8 x W 2.6 x L 6.2 inches
Just be aware that the TT22 is incompatible with the Vertical Power VP-X system. In my Highlander, the TT22 has small fluctuations in current at higher RPMs that cause the VP-X to sense a short circuit and pop the electronic circuit breaker. After working with the Trig and Vertical Power support teams (both were very responsive and helpful) we concluded this is an unsolvable incompatibility. Ive wired the TT22 directly to my battery contactor with a 3A inline fuse. It is working fine there. I really like being able to control this unit remotely from my GRT EFIS.
Ive not even fired up this unit yet in my Highlander, but be aware that if you intend to have this slaved off your EFIS... this unit comes without any cables, connectors, or documentation. Its just the transponder box itself.
TRIG TT22 REMOTE
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Yes, this comes with a tray - it's more like a mounting bracket, but it is included.
No, it is not.
Yes. This is a remote box and can be installed under your seating area.
Per the Trig install manual the tray should be mounted to a flat surface.
Per the installation manual, it does not have that capability.
Per the installation manual, yes, it will interface to that unit.
This Part# 11-16848 only includes the transponder and the tray.