Diagram 1 Trig 1090 ES ADSB Out System

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Diagram 1. Trig 1090 ES ADS-B Out System Trig transponder WAAS capable GPS (blind).

Diagram 1. Trig 1090 ES ADS-B Out System Trig transponder WAAS capable GPS (blind). Existing transponder antenna WAAS GPS antenna Primary system connections Ground air determination

Trig’s philosophy is that equipping with ADS-B should be as easy as possible. Click

Trig’s philosophy is that equipping with ADS-B should be as easy as possible. Click on each component to see what you will need for a compliant ADS-B Out solution that can be used anywhere in the world. Trig transponder Trig is certified to TSO-C 166 b, the latest standard for ADS-B WAAS capable GPS (blind). • In the U. S. a Class 1 device must be used for ADS-B (FAA CFR Sec. 91. 227 para. b) Existing transponder antenna WAAS GPS antenna Primary system connections Ground air determination • The TT 22 and TT 31 are both Class 1 transponders, with a nominal power output of 240 Watts. • For all other countries all our transponders are compliant to the latest certification – TT 21, TT 22 and TT 31. NOTE This is used as a corresponding screen to the ADS-B Out system diagram – 1. When the mouse is hovered over each component then a box will highlight relevant information.

Trig’s philosophy is that equipping with ADS-B should be as easy as possible. Click

Trig’s philosophy is that equipping with ADS-B should be as easy as possible. Click on each component to see what you will need for a compliant ADS-B Out solution that can be used anywhere in the world. Trig transponder WAAS capable GPS Existing transponder antenna WAAS GPS antenna Primary system connections Ground air determination A certified position source is also required. Critically this device constantly checks and verifies its true position to ensure that positional integrity is maintained. Additionally this data needs to be shared with the transponder, many existing GPS units cannot comply with these requirements. • Currently the Free. Flight 1201 or Nex. Nav Mini WAAS GPS are certified position sources that are compatible with Trig transponders and meet the ADS-B requirements (including the U. S. 2020 mandate). • You may wish to check our compatibility table to see what GPS devices will work with Trig transponders. This tables shows relevant certification standards and is updated frequently (link). NOTE This is used as a corresponding screen to the ADS-B Out system diagram – 1. When the mouse is hovered over each component then a box will highlight relevant information.

Trig’s philosophy is that equipping with ADS-B should be as easy as possible. Click

Trig’s philosophy is that equipping with ADS-B should be as easy as possible. Click on each component to see what you will need for a compliant ADS-B Out solution that can be used anywhere in the world. Trig transponder WAAS capable GPS (blind). Existing transponder antenna WAAS GPS antenna Primary system connections Fitting a Trig transponder offers significant advantages, for example you can use your existing antenna. This saves time and money and requires no new holes to be drilled in the airframe! Ground air determination NOTE This is used as a corresponding screen to the ADS-B Out system diagram – 1. When the mouse is hovered over each component then a box will highlight relevant information.

Trig’s philosophy is that equipping with ADS-B should be as easy as possible. Click

Trig’s philosophy is that equipping with ADS-B should be as easy as possible. Click on each component to see what you will need for a compliant ADS-B Out solution that can be used anywhere in the world. Trig transponder WAAS capable GPS (blind). Existing transponder antenna WAAS GPS antenna Primary system connections Ground air determination Your WAAS GPS position source will require an antenna. This needs to be located with a clear view of the sky and will not be masked by the airframe during manoeuvres. See our technical library for an example of Trig flight trial data (link to Google Earth images). NOTE This is used as a corresponding screen to the ADS-B Out system diagram – 1. When the mouse is hovered over each component then a box will highlight relevant information.

Trig’s philosophy is that equipping with ADS-B should be as easy as possible. Click

Trig’s philosophy is that equipping with ADS-B should be as easy as possible. Click on each component to see what you will need for a compliant ADS-B Out solution that can be used anywhere in the world. Trig transponder WAAS capable GPS (blind). Existing transponder antenna WAAS GPS antenna Primary system connections Ground air determination Your Approved Trig Dealer will supply all the required inter-connect cables and system interfaces. If you are an experimental or home builder then you may wish to read our handy installation guidance booklet (link). NOTE This is used as a corresponding screen to the ADS-B Out system diagram – 1. When the mouse is hovered over each component then a box will highlight relevant information.

Trig’s philosophy is that equipping with ADS-B should be as easy as possible. Click

Trig’s philosophy is that equipping with ADS-B should be as easy as possible. Click on each component to see what you will need for a compliant ADS-B Out solution that can be used anywhere in the world. Trig transponder WAAS capable GPS (blind). Existing transponder antenna WAAS GPS antenna Primary system connections Ground air determination NOTE This is used as a corresponding screen to the ADS-B Out system diagram – 1. When the mouse is hovered over each component then a box will highlight relevant information. In most countries where ADS-B is mandated you will require a Ground Air Determination Device. This ensures that the Trig transponder can automatically swap between surface and airborne transmissions. Ground Air Determination can come from either a Mechanical Squat Switch, Air Data Computer (TT 31 only) or an Airspeed Switch. Air Ground Determination is an FAA requirement for a certified aircraft installation. For uncertified aircraft you are advised to check with you FAA Field Office for further information.

Diagram 2. Trig 1090 ES ADS-B Out and 1090 ADS-B In System Trig transponder

Diagram 2. Trig 1090 ES ADS-B Out and 1090 ADS-B In System Trig transponder TA 60 Traffic receiver ADS-B In Compatible traffic display WAAS capable GPS Existing transponder antenna WAAS GPS antenna Ground air determination Primary system connections

Trig’s philosophy is that equipping with ADS-B should be as easy as possible. This

Trig’s philosophy is that equipping with ADS-B should be as easy as possible. This diagram shows what additional components you will need for a compliant ADS-B Out and ADS-B In solution that can be used anywhere in the world. ADS-B Out is usually mandated, ADS-B In provides the benefit of traffic information in the cockpit. Trig transponder TA 60 Traffic receiver ADS-B In Compatible traffic display WAAS capable GPS Existing transponder antenna WAAS GPS antenna Ground air determination Primary system connections A Trig TA 60 ADS-B Traffic Receiver* can be used to provide live situational awareness of other ADS-B equipped traffic which can provide significant safety benefits. The TA 60 will allow you to view; • other aircraft transmitting on 1090 MHz • The U. S. TIS-B service will also you to see UAT and non ADS-B traffic via the ADS-B ground stations. • The TA 60 can be specified with a built in WAAS GPS. * The TA 60 family of products is expected late 2013 NOTE This is used as a corresponding screen to the ADS-B Out system diagram – 2. When the mouse is hovered over each component then a box will highlight relevant information.

Trig’s philosophy is that equipping with ADS-B should be as easy as possible. This

Trig’s philosophy is that equipping with ADS-B should be as easy as possible. This diagram shows what additional components you will need for a compliant ADS-B Out and ADS-B In solution that can be used anywhere in the world. ADS-B Out is usually mandated, ADS-B In provides the benefit of traffic information in the cockpit. Trig transponder TA 60 Traffic receiver ADS-B In Compatible traffic display WAAS capable GPS Existing transponder antenna WAAS GPS antenna Our Trig TA 60 ADS-B Traffic Receiver uses any compatible cockpit display to show the traffic picture. There a wide selection of displays and MFDs that will work with the TA 60, using the ARINC 735 or RS 232 traffic protocols. Ground air determination Primary system connections NOTE This is used as a corresponding screen to the ADS-B Out system diagram – 2. When the mouse is hovered over each component then a box will highlight relevant information.

1090 ES ADS-B Out is the international standard and can be used at all

1090 ES ADS-B Out is the international standard and can be used at all altitudes in any country. 1090 ES ADS-B Out equipped aircraft Aircraft position fixed via GPS, GNSS, GLONASS or EGNOS 1090 ES ADS-B Out transmissions sent to adjacent aircraft 1090 ES ADS-B Out transmissions received by ADS-B ground stations ADS-B Out provides a number of benefits; • Greater visibility = enhanced safety. • Potential for more direct flight routing. • Potential savings in time and fuel. • Faster confirmation of position in an emergency.

1090 ES ADS-B Out and 1090 ADS-B In 1090 ES ADS-B Out is the

1090 ES ADS-B Out and 1090 ADS-B In 1090 ES ADS-B Out is the international standard and can be used at all altitudes in any country. ADS-B Out and In equipped aircraft see each other independently of ground infra-structure 1090 ES ADS-B Out and In equipped aircraft Note – In the U. S. to receive ADS-B In services you must have a compliant ADS-B Out see system builder link. 1090 ES ADS-B Out transmissions received by ADS-B ground stations

1090 ES ADS-B Out and 1090 ADS-B In – U. S. ADS-B services 1090

1090 ES ADS-B Out and 1090 ADS-B In – U. S. ADS-B services 1090 ES ADS-B Out is the international standard and can be used at all altitudes in any country. ADS-B Out and In equipped aircraft see each other independently of ground infra-structure 1090 ES ADS-B Out and In equipped aircraft * UAT ADS-B Out can only be used in the U. S. and is restricted to flight below 18, 000 feet. Note – In the U. S. to receive TIS A and FIS B an aircraft must have a certified Out - a TT 22 or TT 31 provides a certified Out In the U. S. ADS-B ground stations transmit flight information services; TIS A - Traffic – 1090 ES, UAT, Non radio FIS B – Weather via UAT*