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Automatic Portable ELT: Type ELT(AP)
Specially designed for helicopters
Three frequency transmitter (121.5 / 243 / 406MHz)
6 year battery life-time
Short Circuit protection
Weight: 1290g (max)
Transmitter Dimensions: 172 x 82 x 82mm
Overall Dimensions: 290 x 115 x 95mm
Kannad Aviation Control Panels
Unless your ELT is mounted in a position where the switch and light can be seen and operated from the pilot’s normal seated position, a remote control panel is required to be installed in the instrument panels.
All Kannad Aviation remote control panels have a switch with three positions. Armed (ready for use when activated by the automatic switch), ON (activates immediately), and Test/RESET.
Water Switch Sensor allowing automatic activation, via contact with water (optional on AS-TNC variant)
Audible and visual activation indicators (buzzer and LED)
Integrated self-test facility with visual indicator for resultsThree frequency transmitter (121.5 / 243 / 406MHz)
6 year battery life-time
Installation in the cabin or stowed inside the life raft
Dimensions & Weight
Overall dimensions (antenna deployed): 590 mm x 160 mm x 160 mm
Overall dimensions (packed): 290 mm x 165 mm x 165 mm
Overall dimensions (on mounting bracket): 300 mm x 162 mm x 160 mm
Weight (including battery, auxiliary antenna and flotation collar): typical 1180g / max 1250g
A choice of 406/121.5MHz antennas is available to suit any sub-sonic aircraft. For most GA applications, the AV200 whip antenna is the logical choice, combining high performance with entry-level pricing. Most helicopters will be better suited to the AV300 rod antenna, as will aircraft with a VNE in excess of 250 knots. For all aircraft with a VNE in excess of 350 knots we recommend the ANT500 blade antenna.
The Kannad Integra ELT has a built-in 406MHz antenna. Provided the unit is mounted in a position where it can see at least a part of the sky, either in a glassfibre fuselage or under a canopy, an external 406MHz antenna should not be needed, though national regulations may still require one to be fitted. Check with your installer for the rules in your country.
Integrated internal 406MHz back-up antenna
Unique built-in GPS
Two wire installation kit available with the Retro-fit pack
Minor change approval available for most common aircraft
Operates at temperatures as low as -20°C
-40°C version also available
Optional programming dongle, perfect for fleet operators
Quick and easy retrofit with universal mounting bracket
Completely self-powered by the ELT battery (replacement every 6 years)
Compliant with the ICAO GADSS ADT regulation
Programmable trigger-in-flight capability
Remote ground activation via Return Link Service
Internal multi-GNSS providing accurate and independent aircraft position
Compliant with FAA/EASA special conditions for Lithium batteries
Post-flight localization capability through enhanced mechanical robustness
Easy avionics integration through compact design and direct connection to databus
External Navigation Device (END) used for Kannad Integra ELTs and navigation equipment through ARINC 429/743
Used to store GPS data coming from an on-board GPS ARINC429/ARINC743 output
The position data is transmitted in the 406MHz distress message as soon as the ELT is activated
NAV equipment must send ARINC429 labels 310 and 311 or ARINC743 labels 110 and 110,
Power supplied by on board 28 VDC power supply
Operating temperatures: -40°C to + 55°C