With the approaching FAA mandate for ADS-B Out—required January 1, 2020, in most airspace where a transponder is required today—owners need to understand the options. Our ADS-B selection tool will help you determine the best solutions to consider for your aircraft and where you fly.
For your operations, a Mode S Extended Squitter (1090 MHz) ADS-B transceiver is required. Below is a list of available products and the manufacturer’s suggested retail pricing; pricing does not include installation and may or may not include antennas, wiring, and other components. Note: If you own an airplane with an integrated glass cockpit, check with your airframe’s manufacturer for information on available options.
Click on any column header to sort the products by that column. According to AOPA (Thank you for this great chart). Here are the latest ADS-B Mode S Transponders that are available for Certified Aircraft. Oasis Affiliate Network members have the ability to sell all of these units. Please contact us at 404-309-0877 for Sales.
|Appareo||Stratus ES||$2,495||N||Y||xpdr repl, w/out GPS|
|Appareo||Stratus ESG||$2,995||N||Y||xpdr repl, w/WAAS GPS|
|BendixKing||KT 74||$2,895||N||Y||xpdr repl|
|FreeFlight Systems||Rangr FDL-1090-TX||$3,995||N||Y||xpdr repl|
|Garmin||GTX 23ES||$2,450||N||Y||for LSA/Exp|
|Garmin||GTX 33ES||$5,450||N||Y||remote, diversity capable|
|Garmin||GTX 330ES||$3,995||N||Y||xpdr repl; diversity avail|
|Garmin||GTX 345||$4,995||Y||Y||xpdr repl; dual-band receive; Bluetooth; $5,795 w/opt WAAS GPS|
|Garmin||GTX 345R||$4,995||Y||Y||remote; dual-band receive; Bluetooth; $5,795 w/opt WAAS GPS|
|Garmin||GTX 335||$2,995||N||Y||xpdr repl; w/ or w/out opt WAAS GPS|
|Garmin||GTX 335R||$2,995||N||Y||remote; $3,795 w/opt WAAS GPS|
|L3 Aviation Products||NGT-9000||$6,170||Y||Y||xpdr repl, w/WAAS GPS, wifi, MFD/PFD interface, eTAWS, ATAS; diversity model avail|
|L3 Aviation Products||NGT-9000+||$7,925||Y||Y||xpdr repl, w/active traff, WAAS GPS, wifi, MFD/PFD interface, eTAWS, ATAS; diversity model avail|
|Trig Avionics||TT31||$2,595||N||Y||xpdr repl|
ABOUT THE TABLE
MSRP: Manufacturer’s suggested retail price does not include installation. May not include antennas, installation kits, control heads, or other required accessories; check with individual manufacturers.
Wx: Unit is ADS-B In capable, able to receive subscription-free FIS-B weather and ADS-B traffic information.
Notes: Diversity—ADS-B antennas on both bottom and top of aircraft (required in the United States only for TCAS II-equipped aircraft); Dual band—receives both 978UAT and 1090ES datalinks; Opt wifi—optional WiFi capability for data display on tablet or smartphone; Remote—remote mount, with control head or control through other avionics; Xpdr repl—replaces existing transponder
Manufacturers: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request updates, corrections, or to add any missing products.
According to an August 2017 FAA legal interpretation, ADS-B equipped aircraft must emit the Flight ID that corresponds to what is provided on that aircraft’s flight plan. For example, if the aircraft is registered as N12345 but will be flying on a flight plan using a callsign, such as ARF123, the pilot must ensure their ADS-B system is emitting that callsign, i.e., ARF123, during that flight. When considering what ADS-B equipment to buy, it is important to consider whether you will need to change your Flight ID routinely and whether the ADS-B product will allow you to do so in an easy manner.