Artex 455-6500 ELT to Navigation Interface

Our Part #: SGP43365
Manufacture Part #: 455-6500
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Approvals and Conformities

Approvals and Conformities

Product Attributes

Country of Origin
United States
Shipping Weight
6 pounds
ECCN
7A994
Manufacturer P/N
455-6500
Schedule B Code
8529.90.9540
Pack Quantity
1
The Artex 455-6500 ELT/Nav Interface is designed to be connected between the aircraft's Flight Management Computer (FMC) or GPS receiver and the 406 MHz series of ELTs (G406-4, C406-1, C406-2, C406-1 HM, C406-2 HM) to allow transmission of position data with the distress signal.

The knowledge of the position (to 1 meter) allows Search & Rescue forces to launch an immediate mission to the last known position of the aircraft. The ELT/NAV Interface meets TSO C126 and JTSO-2C126 requirements, as a 406 MHz ELT system component. 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; and 7) Latitude/Longitude Position.

An advanced feature of the Interface is the 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 change-out ELTs because it eliminates the need to re-program an ELT before it is installed in to a different aircraft.

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: 455-6500 (includes installation kit)
  • Approvals: ETSO 2C126, TSO C126
  • Product Attributes

    Approvals and Conformities

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    6 pounds
    ECCN
    7A994
    Manufacturer P/N
    455-6500
    Schedule B Code
    8529.90.9540
    Pack Quantity
    1
    The Artex 455-6500 ELT/Nav Interface is designed to be connected between the aircraft's Flight Management Computer (FMC) or GPS receiver and the 406 MHz series of ELTs (G406-4, C406-1, C406-2, C406-1 HM, C406-2 HM) to allow transmission of position data with the distress signal.

    The knowledge of the position (to 1 meter) allows Search & Rescue forces to launch an immediate mission to the last known position of the aircraft. The ELT/NAV Interface meets TSO C126 and JTSO-2C126 requirements, as a 406 MHz ELT system component. 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; and 7) Latitude/Longitude Position.

    An advanced feature of the Interface is the 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 change-out ELTs because it eliminates the need to re-program an ELT before it is installed in to a different aircraft.

    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: 455-6500 (includes installation kit)
  • Approvals: ETSO 2C126, TSO C126
  • Description

    Approvals and Conformities

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    6 pounds
    ECCN
    7A994
    Manufacturer P/N
    455-6500
    Schedule B Code
    8529.90.9540
    Pack Quantity
    1
    The Artex 455-6500 ELT/Nav Interface is designed to be connected between the aircraft's Flight Management Computer (FMC) or GPS receiver and the 406 MHz series of ELTs (G406-4, C406-1, C406-2, C406-1 HM, C406-2 HM) to allow transmission of position data with the distress signal.

    The knowledge of the position (to 1 meter) allows Search & Rescue forces to launch an immediate mission to the last known position of the aircraft. The ELT/NAV Interface meets TSO C126 and JTSO-2C126 requirements, as a 406 MHz ELT system component. 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; and 7) Latitude/Longitude Position.

    An advanced feature of the Interface is the 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 change-out ELTs because it eliminates the need to re-program an ELT before it is installed in to a different aircraft.

    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: 455-6500 (includes installation kit)
  • Approvals: ETSO 2C126, TSO C126
  • Approvals and Conformities

    Approvals and Conformities

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    6 pounds
    ECCN
    7A994
    Manufacturer P/N
    455-6500
    Schedule B Code
    8529.90.9540
    Pack Quantity
    1
    The Artex 455-6500 ELT/Nav Interface is designed to be connected between the aircraft's Flight Management Computer (FMC) or GPS receiver and the 406 MHz series of ELTs (G406-4, C406-1, C406-2, C406-1 HM, C406-2 HM) to allow transmission of position data with the distress signal.

    The knowledge of the position (to 1 meter) allows Search & Rescue forces to launch an immediate mission to the last known position of the aircraft. The ELT/NAV Interface meets TSO C126 and JTSO-2C126 requirements, as a 406 MHz ELT system component. 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; and 7) Latitude/Longitude Position.

    An advanced feature of the Interface is the 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 change-out ELTs because it eliminates the need to re-program an ELT before it is installed in to a different aircraft.

    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: 455-6500 (includes installation kit)
  • Approvals: ETSO 2C126, TSO C126
  • Product Attributes

    Approvals and Conformities

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    6 pounds
    ECCN
    7A994
    Manufacturer P/N
    455-6500
    Schedule B Code
    8529.90.9540
    Pack Quantity
    1
    The Artex 455-6500 ELT/Nav Interface is designed to be connected between the aircraft's Flight Management Computer (FMC) or GPS receiver and the 406 MHz series of ELTs (G406-4, C406-1, C406-2, C406-1 HM, C406-2 HM) to allow transmission of position data with the distress signal.

    The knowledge of the position (to 1 meter) allows Search & Rescue forces to launch an immediate mission to the last known position of the aircraft. The ELT/NAV Interface meets TSO C126 and JTSO-2C126 requirements, as a 406 MHz ELT system component. 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; and 7) Latitude/Longitude Position.

    An advanced feature of the Interface is the 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 change-out ELTs because it eliminates the need to re-program an ELT before it is installed in to a different aircraft.

    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: 455-6500 (includes installation kit)
  • Approvals: ETSO 2C126, TSO C126
  • Description

    Approvals and Conformities

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    6 pounds
    ECCN
    7A994
    Manufacturer P/N
    455-6500
    Schedule B Code
    8529.90.9540
    Pack Quantity
    1
    The Artex 455-6500 ELT/Nav Interface is designed to be connected between the aircraft's Flight Management Computer (FMC) or GPS receiver and the 406 MHz series of ELTs (G406-4, C406-1, C406-2, C406-1 HM, C406-2 HM) to allow transmission of position data with the distress signal.

    The knowledge of the position (to 1 meter) allows Search & Rescue forces to launch an immediate mission to the last known position of the aircraft. The ELT/NAV Interface meets TSO C126 and JTSO-2C126 requirements, as a 406 MHz ELT system component. 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; and 7) Latitude/Longitude Position.

    An advanced feature of the Interface is the 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 change-out ELTs because it eliminates the need to re-program an ELT before it is installed in to a different aircraft.

    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: 455-6500 (includes installation kit)
  • Approvals: ETSO 2C126, TSO C126