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 Post subject: FS: Two ADS-B Units - RANGR 978 TXL and Trig TT31
PostPosted: 15 Nov 2019, 13:00 
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I have the following removed, working condition ADS-B items, one with 8130. Collected not knowing which way I was going to go, now up for sale.

Lot 1: RANGR 978 TXL ADS-B "Out" unit. Removed from a buddy's Baron when he went GTX-345 for both in and out. $2,735 from Spruce, requires a GPS antenna and ADS-B antenna (general transponder). Unit only, guaranteed working. I figure half of what a Tailbeacon costs since it's a little more work to put it in. $950 shipped. Great if you already have a Mode S Transponder like a 327 or 330 and just need to add compliance.

https://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalog/ ... -13892.php

Lot 2: Trig TT31 Mode S Transponder ADS-B compliant when paired with a WAAS source such as a 430w/5340w. These are typically $2,300 bucks at Aircraft Spruce with tray. They are super easy to install, I have one in my Baron I just sold. Slide your old KT76a out, unscrew two screws on the back plate, add 2 wires up to your 530w, screw the plate back on and slide it in and you're done. Took us maybe 3 hours total. Will need a bench update to the latest and greatest software (which any good avionics shop can do) to talk to your WAAS source to eliminate the speed sensor for "Flight" mode. $1,550 shipped. This is a 1090ES unit for high altitude aircraft.

https://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalog/ ... kkey=23765

I'll get pictures if anyone wants them, but all units are in excellent condition.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: Two ADS-B Units - RANGR 978 TXL and Trig TT31
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Rich , If it doesn't have the control head , It has to be paired with a GTX327 transponder , If it has the control head , It will pair with anything not mode S , I have sold quite a few and never had a problem...

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 Post subject: Re: FS: Two ADS-B Units - RANGR 978 TXL and Trig TT31
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Rich , If it doesn't have the control head , It has to be paired with a GTX327 transponder , If it has the control head , It will pair with anything not mode S , I have sold quite a few and never had a problem...

Which are you referring to, Alan?


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 Post subject: Re: FS: Two ADS-B Units - RANGR 978 TXL and Trig TT31
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The Freeflight , It is designed around the GTX 327

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 Post subject: Re: FS: Two ADS-B Units - RANGR 978 TXL and Trig TT31
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The Freeflight , It is designed around the GTX 327

Ah, good to know. I never got that far, just got it in a group of other stuff then it got put to the side with the other items. Thanks for the heads-up. Perfect I guess for someone who has a 327 installed already. Will it also interface with a 330?

Laz already has ADS-B in and out so I don't need this stuff anymore.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: Two ADS-B Units - RANGR 978 TXL and Trig TT31
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The Freeflight , It is designed around the GTX 327

Ah, good to know. I never got that far, just got it in a group of other stuff then it got put to the side with the other items. Thanks for the heads-up. Perfect I guess for someone who has a 327 installed already. Will it also interface with a 330?

Laz already has ADS-B in and out so I don't need this stuff anymore.

Wont work with the Mode S (gtx330)
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Thanks, I appreciate it.


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