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By G-JWTP
#1745375
Mike Charlie wrote:
G-JWTP wrote:MC,

What aircraft are you fitting it in?

G-JWTP


Well two in fact, my 1965 Cessna 150 G-ATMC and 1943 Percival Proctor G-AKEX


I'd go for either the Trig TT31/21 depending on available space.

Both have ES for ADSB out.

https://www.trig-avionics.com/products/

G-JWTP
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By Paul_Sengupta
#1746575
G-JWTP wrote:I'd go for either the Trig TT31/21 depending on available space.


Or you could go for the Bendix King KT-74 or the Avidyne AXP-340. These are both the same Trig unit but with proper buttons rather than a turn and push input.
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By riverrock
#1747388
That's an interesting device! Where does it get its Mode-C static pressure data from?
A trig equivalent is a bit cheaper (assuming you're happy to use the original tail lamp) if you were starting from scratch:
Trig TT22 based bundle (including gps) is $2759 https://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalog/ ... -16299.php
TailBeaconX is $3194 (including head unit) https://uavionix.com/product/tailbeaconx-experimental/
(using USA prices for equivalence purposes).
but I guess you also get the added functionality on the head unit.

I assume it has some level of certification at the moment (even if not TSOed) - my understanding is that the radio standards need certified to (even if the installation doesn't need to be for PtoF aircraft) in the EU (and UK).