Traffic | Weather | 2020 Compliant ADS-B Out | ADS-B In
echoUAT is a remotely mounted ADS-B transceiver that provides 2020 compliance, traffic and weather to your EFIS and iPad for the same cost as ADS-B receive-only solutions.
For use in Light Sport and Experimental Aircraft.
While other companies are looking to cash in on the ADS-B mandate by selling you a new transponder and WAAS GPS, uAvionix is taking a different approach. echoUAT works with your existing avionics, allowing you to put your savings in the fuel tank and fly more.
Use your existing WAAS GPSEchoUAT works with your existing WAAS GPS. Fewer antennas to mount, less equipment to install and more value from your existing panel.
Currently supported GPS:
Free traffic and weather to your favorite appTraffic
EchoUAT receives dual-band ADS-B traffic information. 1090ES and 978(UAT) traffic broadcasts are displayed on supported EFB moving maps, including Foreflight Mobile, relative to your aircraft position and altitude.
EchoUAT receives subscription-free in-flight weather (FIS-B) directly from FAA ground stations.
FIS-B includes the following weather information:
echoUAT has built-in Wi-Fi allowing you stream ADS-B traffic and weather to the application of your choice.
No, the echoUAT will not provide data to a Garmin Aera 796. For an Aera 796, the only device that can provide that functionality is the Garmin GDL 39 or GDL 39 3D.
Though the EchoUAT is compatible with most aviation applications, Garmin Pilot uses a proprietary data format that cannot be utilized by this transceiver.
All avionic units require individual antennas. This is not recommended and we do not have data to support.
There is no data showing support for the Dynon GPS within the UAvionix system.
These two units use different software and cannot work together.
No, this interface is not supported.
The Echouat will only display weather and traffic on a portable device such as an iPad with an approved EFB app.
Yes, a monopole antenna is included.
Yes, this device is compatible with Foreflight.
Yes, this unit does provide ADS-B Out. You must have a mode C transponder installed as well as a WAAS GPS Source. The Sentry is not a WAAS GPS source.