GWX68

radar1Description: Bringing 4-color storm cell tracking to your compatible Garmin GMX 200, MX20, or G1000, the GWX 68 digital radar is a powerful weather avoidance tool.
It combines excellent range and adjustable scanning profiles with high-definition target display — for reliable, easy-to-interpret, real-time weather analysis. Available with either a 10-inch or 12-inch phased array antenna, the GWX 68 fits a wide variety of aircraft radome configurations. The compact, all-in-one antenna/receiver/transmitter unit saves space and simplifies installation. Also, to keep your weather picture tracking smoothly during climbs or turns, the system offers full radar stabilization to 30 degrees of pitch and roll (when interfaced with your aircraft’s analog gyro or AHRS system.)
To focus radar scanning on the areas you want to watch, the GWX 68 offers pilot-adjustable horizontal scan angles from 20 to 90 degrees. What’s more, the system also includes a vertical scanning function to help you analyze storm tops, gradients and cell buildup activity at various altitudes.
With 6,500 watts of pure magnetron muscle, this unit has more than enough power output to penetrate serious weather. So, as a pilot, you’re equipped to make smarter decisions sooner.
The Garmin GWX 68: When it comes to weather avoidance, this is the “see and avoid” system you want.
Features:
  • Extended Sensitivity Time Control (or STC) logic that digitally integrates weather attenuation and distance compensation, so cells don’t suddenly appear to loom larger as they get closer
  • Garmin’s new WATCH™ (Weather Attenuated Color Highlight) feature (G1000 installations only) identifies the “shadowing” effects of short-range cell activity — highlighting areas where radar signals are weakened, or attenuated, by intense precipitation (or large areas of lesser precipitation) and may not fully reflect the “storm behind the storm.”
  • Automatic Target Alert feature (G1000 installations only) that looks ahead for intense cell activity in the 80 to 320 nm range, whether you’re monitoring those range displays on screen or not
Technical Specifications:
  • Selectable Ranges: 2.5, 5, 10, 20, 40, 80, 160, and 320 nm (G1000 adds 60, 100, 120, and 240 nm)
  • Vertical Scan Angle: 60 degrees
  • Altitude: 50,000 ft (unpressurized)
  • Horizontal and vertical scan modes
  • Weather and ground mapping modes
  • Input Voltage: 9-33Vdc, 56W max

ART 2000

radar2Description: Digital Weather Radar Systems utilize the latest in digital weather avoidance technology.
Specifications:
  • Power Requirements: 28 VDC 3.0A
  • Output (rated):4.0 kW
  • Antenna Size: 10 in., 12 in.
  • Scan Angle: 90°/100°
  • Tilt Angle: ±15°
  • VP Scan Angle: ±30°
  • Antenna Scan Rate: 25°/second
  • Weather Avoidance: 240 NM, 12" typical
  • Pulse Width: 4 microseconds
  • Weight: 9.9 lbs. (4.5 kg)
  • Max. Altitude: 55,000 ft. unpressurized
  • TSO Compliance: C63c Class 7
  • DO 160C Environmental Categories: F2-BA(CLMY)E1XXXXXA(BZ)(AB)(BZ)ARA(A2C2)XX

ART 2100

radar3Description: Digital Weather Radar Systems utilize the latest in digital weather avoidance technology.
Specifications:
  • Power Requirements: 28 VDC 3.0A
  • Output (rated): 6.0 kW
  • Antenna Size: 10 in., 12 in.
  • Scan Angle: 90°/100°/120°
  • Tilt Angle: ±15°
  • VP Scan Angle: ±30°
  • Antenna Scan Rate: 25°/second
  • Weather Avoidance: 320 NM, 12" typical
  • Pulse Width: 4 microseconds
  • Weight: 9.9 lbs. (4.5 kg)
  • Max. Altitude: 55,000 ft. unpressurized
  • TSO Compliance: C63c Class 7
  • DO 160C Environmental Categories: F2-BA(CLMY)E1XXXXXA(BZ)(AB)(BZ)ARA(A2C2)XX

AA 2010V(071-01549-0100) NEW

radar4Description:
Bendix/King 10-inch Phase Array. RDR2000/2100 Series 10-inch phase array.
AA2012V NEW & NEW SURPLUS (071-01549-0200)
Description:
Bendix/King RDR2000/2100 Series 12-inch Phase Array. "Like New Appearance" 12-inch phase array.

AA 5510B(071-01316-0000), NEW & RECONDITIONED

radar5Description:
Phase Array 10-inch. "Like-new" appearance.
AA 5512B(071-01317-0000), NEW
Description:
Phase Array 12-inches

PRIMUS 440

radar6Description:
Primus 440 weather radar system Developed at the same time as the Primus 880 and Primus 660 – the Primus 440 weather radar system offers the only 10 kilowatt receiver/transmitter/antenna (RTA) for the light aircraft market. This provides customers with a lighter system and significantly reduced installation costs.
Features include:
  • 10KW transmitter
  • Rain echo attenuation compensation technique (REACT)
  • 2.5 to 200 mile range display
  • Water tolerant design
  • Easily upgraded to either a Primus 660 or Primus 880 weather radar system

PRIMUS 660

radar7Description:
Ideally suited for mid-range business jets and regional aircraft, Honeywell’s Primus 660 weather radar system features a 10 KW transmitter in an integrated receiver/transmitter/antenna (RTA), designed to significantly reduce weight and installation costs.
Features include:
  • 10KW transmitter
  • Rain echo attenuation compensation technique (REACT)
  • Ground map for terrain mapping
  • 2.5 to 300 mile range display
  • Target alert
  • Sector scan
  • Easily upgraded to a Primus 880 as additional features are required

PRIMUS 880

radar8Description:
Honeywell’s Primus 880 weather radar systems feature a 10 KW transmitter in an integrated receiver/transmitter/antenna (RTA) design – by far the most powerful, feature-packed turbulence detection weather radar on the market. This provides customers with a lighter system and significantly reduced installation costs.
Features include:
  • 10KW transmitter
  • Rain echo attenuation compensation technique (REACT)
  • Altitude compensated tilt (ACT)
  • Turbulence detection
  • Ground map for terrain mapping
  • 2.5 to 300 mile range display
  • Target alert
  • Sector scan