STX 165R Remote Mode C Transponder

$1,700.00

The STX 165R is a remote Mode C transponder that weighs only 1.16lbs and requires a mere 200mA current at 28Vdc. It can be fully controlled by aircraft navigators with the capability. This transponder will work with MGL, GRT, DYNON Avionics and Advance Flight.  It is also ideally suited for use in UAVs where weight and current are primary concerns.

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ADS-B COMPATIBLE WITH A UAT 978 SYSTEMS

 

The STX 165R is a remote Mode C transponder that weighs only 1.16lbs and requires a mere 200mA current at 28Vdc. It can be fully controlled by aircraft navigators with the capability. This transponder will work with MGL, GRT, DYNON Avionics and Advance Flight.  It is also ideally suited for use in UAVs where weight and current are primary concerns.

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Weight 1.16 lbs
Dimensions 6.9 x 1.8 x 3.5 in
Q: Is there a connector kit supplied with the unit?
— Asked on November 28, 2014
A: Yes, there is a connector kit supplied with the unit.
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Q: Does the STX 165R have an encoder built into the unit?
— Asked on November 28, 2014
A: No, it is not built in. The STX 165R Remote Requires a remote altitude encoder input.
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Q: Is this unit ASD-B compatible?
— Asked on November 28, 2014
A: Yes, combing this with a MGL, GRT, DYNON Avionics and Advance Flight navigator with a a UAT- 978 will give you the 2020 mandate solution. The cost ratio to benefit factor will be a winner for the aircraft owner that currently does not have a WAAS GPS. FreeFlight Systems and NAVWORX provides an affordable light-weight ADS-B compliant solution for those mostly VFR aircraft that do not currently have a WAAS GPS onboard. Both are ADS-B system with built-in WAAS GPS receiver to provide the required ADS-B position source in addition to providing ADS-B “In” and “Out”.
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Q: Do you have a remote head to control this unit?
— Asked on November 28, 2014
A: No, not at this time. This unit is designed to be interfaced with and control head. This Remote transponder will work with MGL, GRT, DYNON Avionics and Advance Flight.
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Q: Will the MGL, GRT, DYNON or Advance Flight display the ADS-B features? ​
— Asked on November 28, 2014
A: You will have to contact the manufactures of the displays​ to see if they support the ADS-B in​. Both Free Flight and NAVWORX have a built in Blue tooth adapter for pilots note pads.
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Q: What is the difference in benefits versus cost?
— Asked on November 28, 2014
A: If you have a Garmin 430/530 and only want to be compliant, any Mode S-ES would fit the need. But if you are only a VFR operator without a WAAS GPS installed and has an old Narco or KT76 Transponder asks, the cost effective solution would be a Freeflight or NAVWORX UAT and a Sandia STX 165 Transponder​ displayed on your MGL, GRT, DYNON or Advance Flight display​.​ ​
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