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    Red face ADSB-Out . . Creeping toward 2020

    Just picked up the plane that was in the shop for GPS/ADS B In/Out upgrade. Flew a bit and called Center and asked if they were ADS B Capable and if so could we get a verification of
    our transmission. They said sure they could. but it would be 10 minutes or so because they had to turn it on first. 2020 may not be as close as we think.

    Also, I wonder how many of you got a smile about the griping of Amazon about them not getting any immediate response from the FAA on Amazons requests for rules and regulations for their drone delivery system.

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    Default Re: ADSB-Out . . Creeping toward 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by Homer Landreth View Post

    I wonder how many of you got a smile about the griping of Amazon about them not getting any immediate response from the FAA on Amazons requests for rules and regulations for their drone delivery system.

    Smile! I got a rip roaring belly laugh.

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    Default Re: ADSB-Out . . Creeping toward 2020

    Usually the FAA sets a "must have" date and then when it arrives the commercial operators say they cannot compy in time and it gets extended. So you may want to wait and watch the progress in hopes that the prices will go down as the first date approaches.
    As the EAA builders have found out, buy your electronics the "day before" your plane is ready to fly since the continuing changes to electronics make last year's electronics outdated very quickly.
    Last edited by Phil P; 03-29-2015 at 11:27 AM.

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    Default Re: ADSB-Out . . Creeping toward 2020

    Received a post card from the mfg of the Stratus. This fall they will have an ADS-B out/WASS/1090 transponder. No price? Now if it has the artificial horizon/ADS-B in and weather....wireless to the iPad glass panel.....And'll give a trade in allowance for the stratus 2... Maybe?

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    Default Re: ADSB-Out . . Creeping toward 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by Homer Landreth View Post
    Just picked up the plane that was in the shop for GPS/ADS B In/Out upgrade. Flew a bit and called Center and asked if they were ADS B Capable and if so could we get a verification of
    our transmission. They said sure they could. but it would be 10 minutes or so because they had to turn it on first. 2020 may not be as close as we think.

    Also, I wonder how many of you got a smile about the griping of Amazon about them not getting any immediate response from the FAA on Amazons requests for rules and regulations for their drone delivery system.

    Yes we are headed towards the deadline.....BUT, I think I am going to wait until the last min, because by then a manufacture will have put the necessary research and development into a less expensive solution, and they will control market share.....if you think about it there is no reason to take that approach yet.

    LP

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmoyle View Post
    Received a post card from the mfg of the Stratus. This fall they will have an ADS-B out/WASS/1090 transponder. No price? Now if it has the artificial horizon/ADS-B in and weather....wireless to the iPad glass panel.....And'll give a trade in allowance for the stratus 2... Maybe?
    It works with the stratus 2. The stratus 2 plugs into it and provides the link to your iPad and the ADS-B in. The new device is a transponder that provides external power to the stratus 2 as well as GPS information from the external GPS antenna.

    I'm hoping it is a decent price, and they have some sort of docking solution that will make it easy to hide the stratus 2 under/behind the panel so that you can leave it in the plane and not worry about it walking off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil P View Post
    Usually the FAA sets a "must have" date and then when it arrives the commercial operators say they cannot compy in time and it gets extended. So you may want to wait and watch the progress in hopes that the prices will go down as the first date approaches.
    As the EAA builders have found out, buy your electronics the "day before" your plane is ready to fly since the continuing changes to electronics make last year's electronics outdated very quickly.
    Quote Originally Posted by Eagleavn View Post
    Yes we are headed towards the deadline.....BUT, I think I am going to wait until the last min, because by then a manufacture will have put the necessary research and development into a less expensive solution, and they will control market share.....if you think about it there is no reason to take that approach yet.

    LP
    What if the FAA is the only one who isn't ready? I believe our Boeings and Airbuses already have the "out" function, easily done when you have racks and remote boxes. I say this because we now have more reasons that the TXP fail light will come on but it still appears to work normally.

    I am also waiting, I am a cheap airline pilot!

    Jim
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    Lifetime EAA member
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    Default Re: ADSB-Out . . Creeping toward 2020

    Just saw this on General Aviation news.
    I wonder if we should go ahead and order early. The price seems reasonable.
    http://generalaviationnews.com/2015/...20/#more-93355
    Last edited by Theo; 04-01-2015 at 02:28 PM.

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    Default Re: ADSB-Out . . Creeping toward 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by Theo View Post
    Just saw thin on General Aviation news.
    I wonder if we should go ahead and order early. The price seems reasonable.
    http://generalaviationnews.com/2015/...20/#more-93355
    Manufacturer's website: http://www.equipit2020.com/
    Mark Ohlau
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    Default Re: ADSB-Out . . Creeping toward 2020

    Waiting for the smoke to clear.....

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