Kannad Integra AP
Automatic, Portable ELT
Automatic portable ELT intended to be rigidly attached to the aircraft before the crash and connected to an external antenna but readily removable from the aircraft after a crash to be used as survival ELT (PLB)
Integra ELTs are an extension of the range of Kannad ELTs. The development of this type of ELTs is based on the improvement of safety of flights either for light aircraft, business aircraft or commercial aviation. The safety of flights is strengthened thanks to a built-in GPS giving a more accurate position transmitted within minutes following the distress and an Integral Antenna which may replace the main antenna in case on unavailability of the latter.
With GPS, the search area is reduced to just 0.03sq miles. The typical search area without GPS is 28sq miles
GPS antenna and a back-up 406MHz antenna for continued
transmission of emergency signal in various scenarios.
When the aircraft suers considerable damage through
impact, often the antenna is destroyed and/or the cable
between the ELT and antenna is broken, Integra’s internal
antennae provide the unique ability to transmit and send
both aircraft identity data and GPS position even
when the crew remove it from the aircraft.
Continues to transmit even when removed from aircraft.
Optional NMEA Integra e-Nav can connect to aircraft’s own
GPS, for regular monitoring of your position.
Capitalizing on the benefis of built-in GPS and antennas,
Integra costs less to install than systems requiring external
antennas or GPS.
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- Automatic portable ELT: type ELT(AP)
- Cospas-Sarsat class II:operating temperatures -20° to +55°C
- Two-frequency transmitter (121.5 / 406MHz):406.037 MHz ,operating life time 24 hours at -20°C121.5 homing device, operating life time > 48 hours at -20°C
- 6 year battery life-time
- Short circuit protection
- Internal GPS receiver with internal antenna
- Integral antenna transmitter
- Auxiliary antenna
- Intended for fixed wing aircraft
- Can also suit helicopters, but with a specialmounting tray (45° nose down)
- The “mounting bracket” must be ordered separately
- Automatic Fixed Emergency Locator Transmitter with G-Switch sensor
- RTCA DO-160°/EUROCAE ED14 Environmental conditions
- TS0/ETSO Approved TSO-C126a, C142a / ETSO 2C91a, 2C126, C142a
- Weight: 878 g. (Max)
- Transmitter Dimensions: 137x 86 x 75.4 mm
- Overall dimensions: 285 x 119x 86.4 mm