Part #: 1202502

Model: INTEGRA 406AF

Kannad - ELT Pack
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406 AF INTEGRA
FEATURES
  • Automatic fixed two-frequency ELT with G-Switch sensor
  • Integrated 406 MHz antenna
  • Built-in GPS
  • No external power supply required
  • Two wire compatability when installed with optional control panel
  • Minor change approval available for most common aircraft
  • Operates at temperatures as low as -20°
  • -40°C version available for mounting outside pressurized fuselage (ER Version)
  • Optional (additional) programming dongle, perfect for fleet operators
  • Shock sensor will automatically activate the ELT in the event of a crash
  • Once activated, transmits continuously for over 24 hours on a 406MHz (distress) signal and over 48 hours on a 121.5MHz (homing) signal
  • Quick and easy retrofit with optional universal mounting bracket
  • Built-in alarm/buzzer
  • Completely self-powered by the ELT battery
  • COSPAS - SARSAT Class 2
  • Should the ELT's internal GPS be unable to receive a signal, Kannad offers the NMEA INTEGRA e-Nav (PN: S1820514-08) as an additional option to provide an interface to the aircraft's panel mounted GPS
  • 10 year warranty for Integra ELTs purchased after April 20, 2016. To qualify for the additional warranty, owners must register their ELT with McMurdo

In order to ship hazardous materials (HAZMAT) the shipper must have HAZMAT certified personnel. SEA will provide HAZMAT paperwork along with proper packaging and labeling for shipments directly to our customers.  If the shipment must be sent to another location such as a freight forwarder, SEA will provide the HAZMAT paperwork to the original ship to address only. Please contact your freight forwarder prior to ordering to verify that they are HAZMAT certified.  SEA is not responsible for issues that arise if your freight forwarder does not have HAZMAT qualified personnel.

 

SPECIFICATIONS
 
Transmission: 
406.037 MHz:
5W (37 ± 2dBm)
Modulation 16K0G1D (bi-phase L encoding)
Distress Message Every 50 Sec 
 
121.5 MHz: 
50 to 400mW min (17 dBm to 26 dBm) 
Modulation 3K20A3X
Modulation Rate > 85%
1600 Hz to 300 Hz with decreasing sweep
 
Power Supply: 
LiMn02 two-element battery 
Battery Replacement Every 6 Years 
 
Activation: 
Automatically by an integrated shock sensor 
(G-Switch) 
Manually 
Remotely (remote control panel in the cockpit, an option) 
 
Self Test: 
406 MHz RF Power 
Battery Voltage 
Frequency 
Programming 
 
Temperature Range: 
Operating: -20°C to +55°C  / -40°C to +55°C (ER Version) 
 
Controls: 
ARM/OFF/ON switch, Bright red LED, BNC antenna connector,
DIN 12 remote control connector
 
Qualifications: 
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Housing: 
Material: Polycarbonate
Transmitter Dimensions: 5.16" x 3.39" x 2.97" 131 x 86 x 75.4 mm
Color: Yellow (color compounded)
Weight: AF typical: 1.66 lbs / AF-H typpical: 1.67 lbs
Part Number Fixed ELT Description:
1202502B  Pack List including AF Integra ELT, Compact Universal Mounting Bracket, Remote Control Panel, and Din12 Connector
1202503B  Pack List including AF-H Integra ELT, Compact Universal Mounting Bracket, Remote Control Panel, and Din12 Connector 
S1851501-01 Kannad 406 AF Integra (ER) (Unit only)
S1851501-02 Kannad 406 AF Integra (Unit only)
S1852501-01 Kannad 406 AF-H Integra (ER) (Unit only)
S1852501-02 Kannad 406 AF-H Integra (Unit only)
S1840502-02  *Accessory* Compact Universal Mounting Bracket (included in Pack List) 
S1820513-18  *Accessory* Remote Control Panel, RC200 (included in Pack List) 
S1820514-03  *Accessory* Din12 Connector (included in Pack List) 

 

1202502
- ELT Pack
Price Condition Delivery
$880.00 NEW OUTRIGHT

SEA Repair Capabilities: No

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The Integra 406 GPS ELT has been designed with an internal antenna as a fail-safe option for emergency location transmission. In the event that upon ditching the aircraft or after a crash landing and the aircraft suffers considerable damage, the Integra will still have the ability to transmit and send both the unique identification and GPS position using its internal antenna design. Due to the technologically advanced design of the Integra, achieved through the internal antenna and embedded GPS, the ELT will automatically detect disconnection from the external antenna and use its internal receiver and antenna to send its position and distress signal to the satellites.