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Stratux dual band ADS-B receiver transforms your tablet into the ultimate flight tool with external GPS puck for Wide Area Augmentation (WAAS) GPS, subscription-free ADS-B weather and air-to-air traffic. WAAS GPS provides accurate information coordinates within +/- 2.5m. It includes embedded AHRS chip supporting ForeFlight Synthetic Vision and other EFBs. AHRS stands for Attitude and Heading Reference System. This provides true yaw, pitch, and roll information to your favorite EFB. Introduced more than a decade ago by the FAA, ADS-B (Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast) provides weather and traffic information to all aircrafts equipped with an ADS-B receiver, such as the Stratux, subscription-free. The Stratux provides the following ADS-B In services: Flight Information Service-Broadcast (FIS-B) – FIS-B provides regional and continental NEXRAD radar imagery from the National Weather Service, as well as NOTAMs, METARs, TAFs, PIREPs, winds aloft and other valuable in-flight weather services. FIS-B also includes information on temporary flight restrictions (TFR) and special use airspaces (SUA). It also receives traffic information on the 978 (ground to air) frequency for local traffic coverage and 1090 (air to air) for the widest possible coverage area, allowing you to receive and display air-to-air traffic, data, and FIS-B weather including animated regional and CONUS NEXRAD, METARs, TAFs, AIR/SIGMETs, PIREPs, winds and temps aloft, TFRs, NOTAMs, and SUA information.

Product Features

  • ASSEMBLED ADS-B IN UNIT: Stratux dual band ADS-B receiver includes removable external GPS puck, AHRS, fan controller, 6000mAh battery pack, suction mount, strap, SD card adapter, supports ForeFlight Synthetic Vision and other popular EFBs. It has a 30 day return policy and technical support backed by Crew Dog Electronics.
  • RELIABLE INFORMATION: High-gain dmurray14 antennas are optimized for 978 MHz and 1090 MHz frequencies allowing you to receive and display air-to-air traffic, data, and FIS-B weather including animated regional and CONUS NEXRAD, METARs, TAFs, AIR/SIGMETs, PIREPs, winds and temps aloft, TFRs, NOTAMs, and SUA information.
  • PORTABLE: Stratux is a highly portable receiver including a suction mount for window mounting. Provides ADS-B traffic and weather information and navigation GPS position using removable GPS puck with internal GPYes WAAS GPS receiver, supports multiple iPads, iPhones, or Android tablets connected via WiFi. Perfect for WiFi only iPads and tablets.
  • LATEST FIRMWARE: Latest Stratux software (v1.5b1) is already loaded on MicroSD card. Just plug in included rechargeable battery pack for 6 hours of flying time. Supports pass-through charging.
  • COMPATIBILITY: Stratus 3 functionality at Scout prices. Built using Raspberry Pi 3 board and parts direct from Stratux project founder. Supports ForeFlight, FlyQ EFB, Navigator, AvNav, WingX, Avare EFB, FltPlan Go, DroidEFB, AerovieReports, Avplan EFB, iFly GPS, DroidEFB, OzRunways EFB.

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2 comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Excellent product and awesome customer service Bit skeptical about this purchase. Stratux is a do-it-yourself kit, so buying from an extremely small unknown company was a bit of a gamble for me. But I ordered it anyway, figuring at the very least if it didn’t work Amazon is pretty solid about returns. It showed up, charged the battery pack–and I could not get the thing to sync up to my Ipad. I thought it was hopeless. But I called the number listed on the instructions sheet to see if I could get any help. Straight to voicemail. As I…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Great customer support!! So after some initial issues thought to be Stratux related, no exaggeration, within the hour I was contacted by Sean at Crew Dog Electronics. Full disclosure, having been over 30 days (almost 2 months) since I purchased the Stratux, I did not even consider getting a resolution from Crew Dog Electronics as a viable option. So I mistakenly assumed whatever ‘issues’ I had with the Stratux, I was on my own. However, I was very much mistaken. Even at this point, Sean at CDE was quick to try and…

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