2-Wire ELT/RSWT Interface
The 2-Wire Remote Interface is a follow-up to the ME406 ACE ELT. The ME406 ACE emergency locator transmitter is a replacement for current ACK or Ameri-King 121.5 MHz ELTs, and comes complete with a remote switch and adapters to utilize existing wiring. The 2-Wire ELT/RSWT Interface uses just two of the existing wires from the wiring harness to connect the new cockpit remote switch to any of the 406 MHz series of ELTs.
ELT to Nav Interface Boeing
When you’re facing an emergency situation, have peace of mind knowing that with the ELT to Nav-B Interface, search and rescue teams will have the knowledge of your position (within 100 meters). The ELT to Nav-B Interface is designed to be connected between the aircraft’s Flight Management Computer (FMC) or GPS receiver, and the B406-4 (Boeing) ELT. This device receives continuous position updates from the aircraft’s navigation system, and then translates it for use by the ELT. If you should need to activate your ELT, your aircraft’s latitude and longitude will be transmitted to a worldwide network of search and rescue satellites.
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.
Programmed PA for C406-N
The Artex Programming Adapter (PA) is an optional accessory for the C406-N series of ELTs, and will automatically re-program a C406-N ELT, overwriting previously stored data for efficient fleet maintenance.
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.
406Test ELT Self Testing Service
Sale of new 406Test subscriptions has been discontinued as of September 1st, 2023. Existing subscriptions will be supported and will continue to function as normal for the full six month subscription period. The 406Test service will no longer be supported as of March 1st, 2024.
Please note that a 406Test Subscription is an optional service and is not required in order for your beacon to function as intended. Regardless if a subscription is connected to your ELT, the ELT will still transmit your distress message.