Artex 453-6501 Boeing ELT to Nav-B Interface for B406-4

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Approvals and Conformities

Approvals and Conformities

Product Attributes

Country of Origin
United States
Shipping Weight
5 pounds
ECCN
7A994
Manufacturer P/N
453-6501
Schedule B Code
8529.90.9540
Pack Quantity
1
The Artex 453-6501 ELT/Nav-B Interface is designed to connect between the Boeing Flight Management Computer (FMC) and Artex' B406-4 ELT. Its function is to receive continuous position updates from the aircraft's navigation system and translate it to the proper format for use by the ELT. Upon activation, the ELT transmits the Latitude and Longitude of the aircraft to the COSPAS/SARSAT satellite system. Knowledge of the position information allows Search & Rescue forces to launch an immediate mission to the last known position of the aircraft. The ELT/NAV Interface -B is also tested to meet the stringent requirements of Boeing for use in their aircraft as well as meeting the TSO C126 and JTSO-2C126 requirements as a B406-4 ELT system component. The ELT/NAV Interface -B is available as a complete kit (P/N 455-6501). The kit includes all required installation hardware (screws, washers, etc.), cable connectors with pins/sockets and a manual.

When properly registered, use of this technology can provide the following information to Search & Rescue teams: 1) Type of aircraft; 2) Owner(s); 3) Emergency Contact(s); 4) Country Code; 5) Aircraft ID or Serial Number of ELT; 6) ELT Manufacturer; 7) Latitude/Longitude Position.

Another advanced feature of the interface is an ability to custom program the ELT to the "24-Bit Address" (Mode S number) assigned to an aircraft. This is extremely useful for fleet operators who may find it necessary to change ELT's in aircraft for maintenance purposes because it eliminates the need to reprogram the ELT every time it is moved.

Features

  • Unit Weight: 2.7 lbs (1.2 kg)
  • Measurements: 9.25 x 5 x 1.95 inches
  • Vibration: 10 G (5 Hz to 2000 Hz)
  • Shock Test: 500 G @ 4 Milliseconds
  • Crash Worthiness: 100 G @ 23 Milliseconds
  • Altitude: 50,000 feet
  • Humidity: 95% for 48 hours
  • Impact: 220 PSI (25 kg from 6 inches)
  • Crush: 1000 lbs
  • Auto Reprogramming: 24 Bit Aircraft Address (Mode S Number)
  • ARINC 429 Interface: ARINC 429 ALL
  • RS-232 Interface:
    9600 Baud
    Parity: None
    Data Bits: 8 Stop Bits: 1
    STX and ETX required
    "A" identifier for latitude
    "B" identifier for longitude
  • NAV Systems: GPS-Loran-Inertial NAV-FMC
  • Operating Temperature: -20°C to +55°C
  • Voltage Requirements: +28VDC +/- 5VDC
  • Current Draw: 300 mA Max
  • Part Number Complete Kit: 455-6501 (with installation kit)
  • Product Attributes

    Approvals and Conformities

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    5 pounds
    ECCN
    7A994
    Manufacturer P/N
    453-6501
    Schedule B Code
    8529.90.9540
    Pack Quantity
    1
    The Artex 453-6501 ELT/Nav-B Interface is designed to connect between the Boeing Flight Management Computer (FMC) and Artex' B406-4 ELT. Its function is to receive continuous position updates from the aircraft's navigation system and translate it to the proper format for use by the ELT. Upon activation, the ELT transmits the Latitude and Longitude of the aircraft to the COSPAS/SARSAT satellite system. Knowledge of the position information allows Search & Rescue forces to launch an immediate mission to the last known position of the aircraft. The ELT/NAV Interface -B is also tested to meet the stringent requirements of Boeing for use in their aircraft as well as meeting the TSO C126 and JTSO-2C126 requirements as a B406-4 ELT system component. The ELT/NAV Interface -B is available as a complete kit (P/N 455-6501). The kit includes all required installation hardware (screws, washers, etc.), cable connectors with pins/sockets and a manual.

    When properly registered, use of this technology can provide the following information to Search & Rescue teams: 1) Type of aircraft; 2) Owner(s); 3) Emergency Contact(s); 4) Country Code; 5) Aircraft ID or Serial Number of ELT; 6) ELT Manufacturer; 7) Latitude/Longitude Position.

    Another advanced feature of the interface is an ability to custom program the ELT to the "24-Bit Address" (Mode S number) assigned to an aircraft. This is extremely useful for fleet operators who may find it necessary to change ELT's in aircraft for maintenance purposes because it eliminates the need to reprogram the ELT every time it is moved.

    Features

  • Unit Weight: 2.7 lbs (1.2 kg)
  • Measurements: 9.25 x 5 x 1.95 inches
  • Vibration: 10 G (5 Hz to 2000 Hz)
  • Shock Test: 500 G @ 4 Milliseconds
  • Crash Worthiness: 100 G @ 23 Milliseconds
  • Altitude: 50,000 feet
  • Humidity: 95% for 48 hours
  • Impact: 220 PSI (25 kg from 6 inches)
  • Crush: 1000 lbs
  • Auto Reprogramming: 24 Bit Aircraft Address (Mode S Number)
  • ARINC 429 Interface: ARINC 429 ALL
  • RS-232 Interface:
    9600 Baud
    Parity: None
    Data Bits: 8 Stop Bits: 1
    STX and ETX required
    "A" identifier for latitude
    "B" identifier for longitude
  • NAV Systems: GPS-Loran-Inertial NAV-FMC
  • Operating Temperature: -20°C to +55°C
  • Voltage Requirements: +28VDC +/- 5VDC
  • Current Draw: 300 mA Max
  • Part Number Complete Kit: 455-6501 (with installation kit)
  • Description

    Approvals and Conformities

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    5 pounds
    ECCN
    7A994
    Manufacturer P/N
    453-6501
    Schedule B Code
    8529.90.9540
    Pack Quantity
    1
    The Artex 453-6501 ELT/Nav-B Interface is designed to connect between the Boeing Flight Management Computer (FMC) and Artex' B406-4 ELT. Its function is to receive continuous position updates from the aircraft's navigation system and translate it to the proper format for use by the ELT. Upon activation, the ELT transmits the Latitude and Longitude of the aircraft to the COSPAS/SARSAT satellite system. Knowledge of the position information allows Search & Rescue forces to launch an immediate mission to the last known position of the aircraft. The ELT/NAV Interface -B is also tested to meet the stringent requirements of Boeing for use in their aircraft as well as meeting the TSO C126 and JTSO-2C126 requirements as a B406-4 ELT system component. The ELT/NAV Interface -B is available as a complete kit (P/N 455-6501). The kit includes all required installation hardware (screws, washers, etc.), cable connectors with pins/sockets and a manual.

    When properly registered, use of this technology can provide the following information to Search & Rescue teams: 1) Type of aircraft; 2) Owner(s); 3) Emergency Contact(s); 4) Country Code; 5) Aircraft ID or Serial Number of ELT; 6) ELT Manufacturer; 7) Latitude/Longitude Position.

    Another advanced feature of the interface is an ability to custom program the ELT to the "24-Bit Address" (Mode S number) assigned to an aircraft. This is extremely useful for fleet operators who may find it necessary to change ELT's in aircraft for maintenance purposes because it eliminates the need to reprogram the ELT every time it is moved.

    Features

  • Unit Weight: 2.7 lbs (1.2 kg)
  • Measurements: 9.25 x 5 x 1.95 inches
  • Vibration: 10 G (5 Hz to 2000 Hz)
  • Shock Test: 500 G @ 4 Milliseconds
  • Crash Worthiness: 100 G @ 23 Milliseconds
  • Altitude: 50,000 feet
  • Humidity: 95% for 48 hours
  • Impact: 220 PSI (25 kg from 6 inches)
  • Crush: 1000 lbs
  • Auto Reprogramming: 24 Bit Aircraft Address (Mode S Number)
  • ARINC 429 Interface: ARINC 429 ALL
  • RS-232 Interface:
    9600 Baud
    Parity: None
    Data Bits: 8 Stop Bits: 1
    STX and ETX required
    "A" identifier for latitude
    "B" identifier for longitude
  • NAV Systems: GPS-Loran-Inertial NAV-FMC
  • Operating Temperature: -20°C to +55°C
  • Voltage Requirements: +28VDC +/- 5VDC
  • Current Draw: 300 mA Max
  • Part Number Complete Kit: 455-6501 (with installation kit)
  • Approvals and Conformities

    Approvals and Conformities

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    5 pounds
    ECCN
    7A994
    Manufacturer P/N
    453-6501
    Schedule B Code
    8529.90.9540
    Pack Quantity
    1
    The Artex 453-6501 ELT/Nav-B Interface is designed to connect between the Boeing Flight Management Computer (FMC) and Artex' B406-4 ELT. Its function is to receive continuous position updates from the aircraft's navigation system and translate it to the proper format for use by the ELT. Upon activation, the ELT transmits the Latitude and Longitude of the aircraft to the COSPAS/SARSAT satellite system. Knowledge of the position information allows Search & Rescue forces to launch an immediate mission to the last known position of the aircraft. The ELT/NAV Interface -B is also tested to meet the stringent requirements of Boeing for use in their aircraft as well as meeting the TSO C126 and JTSO-2C126 requirements as a B406-4 ELT system component. The ELT/NAV Interface -B is available as a complete kit (P/N 455-6501). The kit includes all required installation hardware (screws, washers, etc.), cable connectors with pins/sockets and a manual.

    When properly registered, use of this technology can provide the following information to Search & Rescue teams: 1) Type of aircraft; 2) Owner(s); 3) Emergency Contact(s); 4) Country Code; 5) Aircraft ID or Serial Number of ELT; 6) ELT Manufacturer; 7) Latitude/Longitude Position.

    Another advanced feature of the interface is an ability to custom program the ELT to the "24-Bit Address" (Mode S number) assigned to an aircraft. This is extremely useful for fleet operators who may find it necessary to change ELT's in aircraft for maintenance purposes because it eliminates the need to reprogram the ELT every time it is moved.

    Features

  • Unit Weight: 2.7 lbs (1.2 kg)
  • Measurements: 9.25 x 5 x 1.95 inches
  • Vibration: 10 G (5 Hz to 2000 Hz)
  • Shock Test: 500 G @ 4 Milliseconds
  • Crash Worthiness: 100 G @ 23 Milliseconds
  • Altitude: 50,000 feet
  • Humidity: 95% for 48 hours
  • Impact: 220 PSI (25 kg from 6 inches)
  • Crush: 1000 lbs
  • Auto Reprogramming: 24 Bit Aircraft Address (Mode S Number)
  • ARINC 429 Interface: ARINC 429 ALL
  • RS-232 Interface:
    9600 Baud
    Parity: None
    Data Bits: 8 Stop Bits: 1
    STX and ETX required
    "A" identifier for latitude
    "B" identifier for longitude
  • NAV Systems: GPS-Loran-Inertial NAV-FMC
  • Operating Temperature: -20°C to +55°C
  • Voltage Requirements: +28VDC +/- 5VDC
  • Current Draw: 300 mA Max
  • Part Number Complete Kit: 455-6501 (with installation kit)
  • Product Attributes

    Approvals and Conformities

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    5 pounds
    ECCN
    7A994
    Manufacturer P/N
    453-6501
    Schedule B Code
    8529.90.9540
    Pack Quantity
    1
    The Artex 453-6501 ELT/Nav-B Interface is designed to connect between the Boeing Flight Management Computer (FMC) and Artex' B406-4 ELT. Its function is to receive continuous position updates from the aircraft's navigation system and translate it to the proper format for use by the ELT. Upon activation, the ELT transmits the Latitude and Longitude of the aircraft to the COSPAS/SARSAT satellite system. Knowledge of the position information allows Search & Rescue forces to launch an immediate mission to the last known position of the aircraft. The ELT/NAV Interface -B is also tested to meet the stringent requirements of Boeing for use in their aircraft as well as meeting the TSO C126 and JTSO-2C126 requirements as a B406-4 ELT system component. The ELT/NAV Interface -B is available as a complete kit (P/N 455-6501). The kit includes all required installation hardware (screws, washers, etc.), cable connectors with pins/sockets and a manual.

    When properly registered, use of this technology can provide the following information to Search & Rescue teams: 1) Type of aircraft; 2) Owner(s); 3) Emergency Contact(s); 4) Country Code; 5) Aircraft ID or Serial Number of ELT; 6) ELT Manufacturer; 7) Latitude/Longitude Position.

    Another advanced feature of the interface is an ability to custom program the ELT to the "24-Bit Address" (Mode S number) assigned to an aircraft. This is extremely useful for fleet operators who may find it necessary to change ELT's in aircraft for maintenance purposes because it eliminates the need to reprogram the ELT every time it is moved.

    Features

  • Unit Weight: 2.7 lbs (1.2 kg)
  • Measurements: 9.25 x 5 x 1.95 inches
  • Vibration: 10 G (5 Hz to 2000 Hz)
  • Shock Test: 500 G @ 4 Milliseconds
  • Crash Worthiness: 100 G @ 23 Milliseconds
  • Altitude: 50,000 feet
  • Humidity: 95% for 48 hours
  • Impact: 220 PSI (25 kg from 6 inches)
  • Crush: 1000 lbs
  • Auto Reprogramming: 24 Bit Aircraft Address (Mode S Number)
  • ARINC 429 Interface: ARINC 429 ALL
  • RS-232 Interface:
    9600 Baud
    Parity: None
    Data Bits: 8 Stop Bits: 1
    STX and ETX required
    "A" identifier for latitude
    "B" identifier for longitude
  • NAV Systems: GPS-Loran-Inertial NAV-FMC
  • Operating Temperature: -20°C to +55°C
  • Voltage Requirements: +28VDC +/- 5VDC
  • Current Draw: 300 mA Max
  • Part Number Complete Kit: 455-6501 (with installation kit)
  • Description

    Approvals and Conformities

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    5 pounds
    ECCN
    7A994
    Manufacturer P/N
    453-6501
    Schedule B Code
    8529.90.9540
    Pack Quantity
    1
    The Artex 453-6501 ELT/Nav-B Interface is designed to connect between the Boeing Flight Management Computer (FMC) and Artex' B406-4 ELT. Its function is to receive continuous position updates from the aircraft's navigation system and translate it to the proper format for use by the ELT. Upon activation, the ELT transmits the Latitude and Longitude of the aircraft to the COSPAS/SARSAT satellite system. Knowledge of the position information allows Search & Rescue forces to launch an immediate mission to the last known position of the aircraft. The ELT/NAV Interface -B is also tested to meet the stringent requirements of Boeing for use in their aircraft as well as meeting the TSO C126 and JTSO-2C126 requirements as a B406-4 ELT system component. The ELT/NAV Interface -B is available as a complete kit (P/N 455-6501). The kit includes all required installation hardware (screws, washers, etc.), cable connectors with pins/sockets and a manual.

    When properly registered, use of this technology can provide the following information to Search & Rescue teams: 1) Type of aircraft; 2) Owner(s); 3) Emergency Contact(s); 4) Country Code; 5) Aircraft ID or Serial Number of ELT; 6) ELT Manufacturer; 7) Latitude/Longitude Position.

    Another advanced feature of the interface is an ability to custom program the ELT to the "24-Bit Address" (Mode S number) assigned to an aircraft. This is extremely useful for fleet operators who may find it necessary to change ELT's in aircraft for maintenance purposes because it eliminates the need to reprogram the ELT every time it is moved.

    Features

  • Unit Weight: 2.7 lbs (1.2 kg)
  • Measurements: 9.25 x 5 x 1.95 inches
  • Vibration: 10 G (5 Hz to 2000 Hz)
  • Shock Test: 500 G @ 4 Milliseconds
  • Crash Worthiness: 100 G @ 23 Milliseconds
  • Altitude: 50,000 feet
  • Humidity: 95% for 48 hours
  • Impact: 220 PSI (25 kg from 6 inches)
  • Crush: 1000 lbs
  • Auto Reprogramming: 24 Bit Aircraft Address (Mode S Number)
  • ARINC 429 Interface: ARINC 429 ALL
  • RS-232 Interface:
    9600 Baud
    Parity: None
    Data Bits: 8 Stop Bits: 1
    STX and ETX required
    "A" identifier for latitude
    "B" identifier for longitude
  • NAV Systems: GPS-Loran-Inertial NAV-FMC
  • Operating Temperature: -20°C to +55°C
  • Voltage Requirements: +28VDC +/- 5VDC
  • Current Draw: 300 mA Max
  • Part Number Complete Kit: 455-6501 (with installation kit)