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Part #: S65-8282-406




Sensor Systems


ELT Antenna

Part Number :

  • ELT Antenna
  • Covers frequencies of 121.5 MHz, 243.0 MHz, and the digital satellite-aided tracking frequency 406.0 MHz
  • Compatible with Cospas-Sarsat and all ELT systems
  • Meets Requirements of EUROCAE ED-62 for ELT equipment
  • Composite Construction


Frequency: 121.5 MHz 243.0 MHz 406.0 MHz VSWR: 2.0:1 (121.5 MHz) 2.3:1 (243.0 MHz) 1.5:1 (406.0 MHz) 
Pattern: Omni/Az Cos/El  Polarization: Vertical 
Impedance: 50 ohms  Power: 250 mW (121.5 and 243.0 MHz) 5 watts (406.0 MHz) 
Lightning Protection: DC grounded  Weight: 1.6 lbs Max 
Height: 9.8"  Material: 6061-T6 aluminum / glass
Finish: Skydrol resistant enamel  Connector: BNC 
Drag: 0.6 lbs Mach .85 @ 35,000 ft  Side Load: 12 psi 
Temperature: -65°F to +185°F  Vibration:  10 G's 
Altitude:  70,000 ft     
S658282406 Diagram
Part NumberRadio Altimeter Antenna Description:
S65-8282-406 see details above


- ELT Antenna

NSN: 5985-01-570-3767

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COSPAS is an acronym for the Russian words "Cosmicheskaya Sistema Poiska Avariynyh Sudov" . These Russian words translate to "Space System for the Search of Vessels in Distress".
SARSAT is an acronym for "Search And Rescue Satellite-Aided Tracking". The SARSAT system was developed as a joint effort by the USA, Canada, and France.
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