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Stratus2 Ads-b/gps Receoiver on

US $465.00

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, United States

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, United States

Upgraded my airplane avionics with the Garmin GTX 345 transponder with the Flight Stream 210 so no longer need the Stratus 2.  It's in great shape and an amazing aviation tool! Includes a 110v charger (the cord can be attached to a remote battery pack or computer for charging), a RAM window mount, a soft rubber base with cradle for laying on the glareshield and a molded carrying case. 

This Stratus 2 is a used but like new wireless receiver that transforms your iPad into the ultimate flight tool, all integrated with ForeFlight Mobile.  You can view subscription free in-flight weather on your iPad, including NEXRAD radar, METARS, TAF's, AIRMETs, SIGMETs and NOTAMs.  The built-in AHRS drives a super responsive pitch and bank instrument that can serve as a back up glass cockpit on your iPad.  This also includes a dual band ADS-B receiver that displays traffic on your ForeFlight Mobile Maps page.  

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