|$2,950.00||OH OUTRIGHT||3 IN STOCK||VIEW|
|$1,950.00||OH EXCHANGE||3 IN STOCK||VIEW|
|$2,750.00||OH OUTRIGHT||1 IN STOCK||VIEW|
|$1,750.00||OH EXCHANGE||1 IN STOCK||VIEW|
|Size:||2.25"W x 7.63"H x 15.0"L||Weight:||8.5 lbs.|
|Receiver Frequency:||1030 MHz +- 0.2 MHz||Temperature Range:||-55C to +70C|
|Transmitter Frequency:||1090 MHz +-1 MHz||Power Requirements:||28VDC @ 2 amp max.|
|TSO Compliance:||TSO C112, RTCA DO-160B, RTCA DO-178A Level 2 Software||Form Factor:||4 MCU per ARINC 600|
|Connector Type:||ARINC 404A||Suppression:||ARINC 718|
|Transmitter Power:||400 Watts (nominal)||Transmit Reply Rate Capability:||Rate limits of replies: ATCRBS 750 PRF, Mode S 50 PRF|
|Input VSWR:||1.5:1||Altitude Inputs:||Dual ARINC 575 Air Data (ARINC 419), Dual ARINC 706 Air Data (ARINC 4219), Dual Gillham (Mode C Gray Code)|
|Control Inputs:||Dual ARINC 718 (ARINC 429)||Maintenance Inputs:||Per ARINC 604 (ARINC 429)|
|Datalink I/O:||Per ARINC 718 (ARINC 429)||Flight ID Input:||Per ARINC 718 (ARINC 429)|
|TCAS I/O:||Per ARINC 735 (HI-SPEED 429)||Squitter:||Transmitted at 1 +- 0.2 sec. random, full self verification of every squitter's data and occurrence|
|Part Number||Mode S ATC Transponder Description|
|066-01143-0201||Limited BITE, Non TCAS Compatible, No Burst Tuning, No Remote IDENT, Level 2 Data Link, No Flight ID Reporting|
|066-01143-0301||Full BITE, TCAS Compatible, No Burst Tuning, No Remote IDENT, Level 2 Data Link, No Flight ID Reporting|
|066-01143-0601||Full BITE, TCAS Compatible, With Burst Tuning, With Remote IDENT, Level 2 Data Link, No Flight ID Reporting|
|066-01143-1101||Limited BITE, TCAS Compatible, No Burst Tuning, No Remote IDENT, Level 3 Data Link, With Flight ID Reporting|
|066-01143-1201||Limited BITE, Non TCAS Compatible, No Burst Tuning, No Remote IDENT, Level 3 Data Link, With Flight ID Reporting|
|066-01143-1301||Full BITE, TCAS Compatible, No Burst Tuning, No Remote IDENT, Level 3 Data Link, With Flight ID Reporting|
|066-01143-1602||Full BITE, TCAS Compatible, No Burst Tuning, No Remote IDENT, Level 3 Data Link, With Flight ID Reporting (same as -1301 but tested to DO-160C for RF signal and lightning suspectibility)|
|066-01143-2001||Flight ID, Surveillance Identifier (SI) codes, Non-diversity version, Enhanced Surveillance, Only compatible with PS-550 and PS-578 controls|
|066-01143-2101||Flight ID, Surveillance Identifier (SI) codes, Change 7 compliance / diversity, Enhanced Surveillance, Only compatible with PS-550 and PS-578 controls|
|$1,250.00||OH OUTRIGHT||1 IN STOCK|
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Citation S550 equipped with: Transponders MST-67A 066-01143-2101. Chance to update to ES?
Garmin GPS400. Chance to update software to WAAS? Or maybe to replace with a GPS400W and link it with transponders? - FMS UNS-1L SCN 803.1. Citation Mustang C510 equipped with G1000 Integrated Flight Deck. It is a 2008 plane.
What can I do to get ADS-B at an affordable price?
A: Since the aircraft are operated in Spain, what region or ADS-B spec do you need to meet? (i.e. USA, DO-260B?)
Without knowing exactly what ADS-B requirement or mandate you might be trying to comply with, I can only provide information relative to what we know here in the USA in reference to ADS-B for Part 25 aircraft.
For the Citation 550, the MST-67A will be superseded by the MST-100B if/when Honeywell can produce and certify the MST-100B. I have attached the only details that we currently have on the MST-100B. Honeywell has not even released pricing on this unit yet, however, ideally it would be an ideal solution ultimately since it is said to be plug and play with the MST-67A. With a WAAS GPS interfaced it would meet all ADS-B mandates. Also, keep in mind, that your CAS-67 can be upgraded fairly easily to Change 7.1 via Honeywell sales bulletin upgrading the TPU-67A processor to the TPU-67B. There is a company that offers some STCs for Part 25 aircraft if your region requires an STC for the 7.1 upgrade - http://www.prostaraviation.com/
If the MST-100B does not pan out for some reason and/or Honeywell keeps delaying its release, then there is a company named Jettech that has released Garmin GTX 3000ES ADS-B capable transponder to its existing STC covering Garmin GTN install on Citation and Citation Jet aircraft equipped with TCAS II. In addition, the company amended its Garmin GTN autopilot coupled LPV FAA STC for the Citation 500 series to include all Primus 1000 equipped Bravo, Ultra, Encore and Excel aircraft. They do not have much information on their website about the ADS-B STC but I recently learned about it at the AEA convention last week - http://jettechllc.net/index.html
Regardless of what direction you might go in, you should most likely get your GPS-400 upgraded to the GPS-400W while Garmin is still offering the upgrade. It is relatively inexpensive at around $3000 USD. Most FANS type systems will require WAAS GPS input or accuracy ultimately. Plus, Garmin's WAAS interface tis very compatible with most ADS-B solutions. Regarding the Citation Mustang C510 equipped with G1000, Garmin is still working on this solution. We assume it will include the GTX-3000 transponder(s) as this aircraft will require a 1090 MHz, (not 978 MHz UAT) system. I would continue to monitor Garmin's website for announcements relating to the G1000.
Bendix/King, L3 and ACSS released the NXT-700/MST-70B as form fit replacement for the MST-67A. It is DO-260B compliant to meet the ADS-B Out mandate.
There are other options besides the MST-70B to gain ADS-B compliance. There are various STCs that allow the removal of the Bendix/King transponder system and installation of Rockwell Collins or Garmin transponders. Upgrade prices vary depending on actual installed equipment.
Regarding ADS-B for the Garmin GTX-330 transponders, the best solution is to simply have the units converted by Garmin to include the ES (Extended Squitter) upgrade. This upgrade is about $2000 approximately. Additionally, a WAAS/GPS source will need to be interfaced. We can process the upgrade for you or any other Garmin dealer can as well.
Yes. According to Honeywell Installation Bulletin 502, the PS-578 has the same dimensions, mounting holes, and same connectors as the KFS-578A. Both controls have the same tuning functions however the PS-578 adds the ability to enter the 8 digit aircraft Flight ID. The design of each control differs as well as the internal circuitry. Some capabilities of the KFS-578 requiring part number differences were consolidated into single part numbers in the PS-578. The wiring is identical and no change in plug configuration or system wiring is required.
|TCAS II is a system used for detecting and tracking aircraft in the area of an aircraft. TCAS interrogates transponders in other aircraft and analyzes the replies to determine range, bearing, and relative altitude (if reporting) of the intruder aircraft. When the TCAS II processor determines that a potential collision hazard exists, it will issue visual and audio advisories to the pilot/copilot for appropriate vertical avoidance maneuvers. TCAS is not able to detect aircraft without an operating ATCRBS transponder (operating in Mode A and C) or a Mode S transponder.|
|TCAS II utilizes two types of cockpit displays, Resolution Advisory (RA) and Traffic Advisory (TA) display. The RA is incorporated into the vertical speed indicator (VSI). With illuminating red and green arcs around the dial, the VSI displays the required rate, or limitation of climb or descent, to avoid a collision. The TA display shows the intruding aircraftâ€™s relative position and altitude with a trend arrow to indicate if it is climbing or descending greater than 500 feet per minute. The TA display may be presented on compatible weather radar indicator or MFD, dedicated TCAS display or a TA/VSI display. The TA display uses symbols and colors to identify the relative threat of each intruder. Supplementing the displays, TCAS II provides appropriate synthesized voice announcements.|
Negotiating the exchange price of a unit only limits the allowable repair cap for the core unit. Southeast Aerospace's exchange transactions are based on the return of economically repairable core unit. Once the core is received and evaluated, the core repair cost incurred by SEA cannot exceed 75% of the original exchange price. That is, it cannot cost SEA more than 75% of the original OH/SV exchange price collected from the customer. Therefore, when and if an SEA exchange price is discounted, there is a risk that additional charges may be assessed once the core is returned and evaluated.
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Yes, providing that the unit has been functioning normally, SEA can upgrade and convert the MST-67A transponder as follows:
MST-67A P/N 066-01143-0301 to 066-01143-2101 = $9550 USD
MST-67A P/N 066-01143-0601 to 066-01143-2101 = $9550 USD
MST-67A P/N 066-01143-1301 to 066-01143-2101 = $9550 USD
MST-67A P/N 066-01143-1602 to 066-01143-2101 = $6950 USD
Prices are subject to change should cost of parts needed change from OEM.
For a repair RMA or questions about any transponder service, please contact the SEA Repair Department.