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  • ARTEX ELT 345 Front Face

    ELT 345

    Take to the skies with confidence with the ELT 345. When an emergency happens, rely on the same brand that leading commercial aircraft manufacturers trust for first-class quality, superior technology, and outstanding customer service.  The best selling ARTEX ELT 345 is built to the industry’s most stringent quality management standards to ensure the ELT works the first time, every time.  The ARTEX ELT 345 transmits on 406 MHz and 121.5 MHz frequencies while providing positon accuracy thanks to the built-in GPS navigational interface. The ELT 345 boasts an industry low price for an ELT providing the same quality and performance on which the ARTEX brand was built.


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  • ARTEX ELT 1000

    ELT 1000

    Never leave the runway without having an Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) on board. The ELT 1000 is equipped with NAV interface, so if you run into an emergency, search and rescue teams will be given your aircraft location in less than a minute, within 100 meters. In addition to providing position accuracy, the ELT 1000 transmits on 406 MHz and 121.5 MHz frequencies. Like all our products, this ELT is built to surpass industry standards, and ensure that you’ll always get the help you need. Be Prepared for the Unpredictable: – Single output – Two-wire remote switch – Built-in GPS navigational interface – Accurate positioning – Multiple installation configurations


  • ARTEX Programmer Tablet for programming Emergency Locator Transmitters (ELTs)

    FPT 8800 Series ARTEX Programmer


    Unlock the power of advanced technology with the ARTEX Programmer for ELTs, a revolutionary solution that’s set to transform the way you manage and program your ARTEX Emergency Locator Transmitters. Built on the Microsoft Surface framework, the ARTEX FPT (Field Programming Tablet) is a cutting-edge device designed to retrofit seamlessly with your existing ELTs in the field, bringing a new era of efficiency and reliability to your operations.


    Programmer Shipping Soon.  Currently on Backlog.

  • AREX PLB 360 GIF



    The ultra-compact ARTEX PLB can easily fit into your pocket or can be attached to a belt, taking up minimal space and ensuring it is readily accessible.


  • 8603 Rod Antenna, Tri-band

    The ARTEX 8603 Rod Antenna is reinforced with glass and a polyester housing that covers our innovative Tri-Band technology, effectively bringing 121.5, 243, and 406 MHz frequencies in one compact package. This highly efficient antenna provides a single BNC connector for those installations that require a single connector set-up.

  • 110-324 Whip Antenna

    Dual Band, with Inductor , 121.5 & 243 MHz


  • 110-338 Rod Antenna

    Tri-band, 121.5, 243 & 406 MHz

  • 110-343 Whip Antenna, Tri-band

    Whip Antenna, Tri-band, 121.5, 243 & 406 MHz Available in two models: – 110-343 (white) – 110-343-01 (black)

  • DGL-1

    With the Artex DGL-1 programming dongle, fleet operators will be able to efficiently transfer ELTs from aircraft to aircraft. The DGL-1 is a perfect match for the operator who wants auto-programming capability, but does not desire the position data function of the Artex ELT/NAV Interface. The DGL-1 comes attached to a top cover, which, along with the dongle, remain with the aircraft. When an ELT is installed, the DGL-1 re-programs the ELT with the aircraft’s 24-bit address. Bottom line: this device greatly simplifies maintenance and reduces downtime.

  • LNK-AL15

    The LNK-AL15 is an FAA approved water-activated LED survivor locator light that is approved for use on life vests or life preservers in order to indicate the location of survivors in water as a result of an aviation related accident. The lamp and lens combo of the LNK-AL15 produce a powerful light that will last for a minimum of 8 hours after activation with a minimum light intensity of 1 cd. Throughout its entire operational life, the light will continuously output a steady white light to clearly indicate a survivor’s location and increase the probability of rescue.