|TSO Compliance:||C112, C112d, ETSO-C112d||Temperature Range:||-20C to +55C|
|Weight:||4.2 lbs installed w/rack & connectors||Power Requirements:||11.0 to 33.0 VDC; Typical power input: 27 watts|
|Altitude:||55,000 feet||Transmitter Frequency:||1090 MHz|
|Transmitter Power:||250 watts nominal||Receiver Frequency:||1030 MHz|
|Receiver Sensitivity:||-74 dm nominal for 90% replies||Mode A Capability:||4096 ident codes|
|Mode C Capability:||25 foot increments from -1000 to 62,700 feet||Dimensions:||6.25"W x 1.65"H x 11.25"D|
|Part Number:||Mode S transponder description:|
|011-00455-10||Diversity, Black Panel|
|011-00455-30||Diversity, Gray Panel|
|011-00455-60||No Diversity, Extended Squitter, Black Panel|
|011-00455-70||Diversity, Extended Squitter, Black Panel|
|011-00455-90||Diversity, Extended Squitter, Gray Panel|
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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.