Trig TT22 Mode S Class 1 Transponder | Complete Kit – Certified
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The innovative design of the Trig TT22 transponder saves both space and weight while delivering certified performance. The transponder kit comes in two parts: a compact control head that includes a built-in altitude encoder, and a separate hardware box that can be installed anywhere in the airframe.
Mode S technology provides visibility to ATC and all commercial and military traffic. Trig transponders are ADS-B Out capable, meeting the latest FAA certification standard for ADS-B known as TSO-C166b. Pilots of Light Sport and Experimental aircraft can use the TT22 transponder with Trig’s TN72 GPS Position Source. This combination meets the 2020 ADS-B mandate and is FAR 91.227 compliant.
Trig TT22 Mode S Transponder – Minimum Panel Space and Maximum Benefit
Chosen by pilots around the world Trig’s TT22 compact transponder fits in the tightest panel space. The TT22’s innovative design saves both space and weight, whilst delivering certified performance.
Trig’s ‘Better by Design’ Mode S technology makes you visible to ATC, commercial and military traffic. Trig transponders are ADS-B Out capable, (with a suitable GPS) meeting the latest FAA certification standard for ADS-B known as TSO-C166b.
Light-sport, experimental and homebuilt pilots can use the TT22 with Trig’s TN72 GPS Position Source – this combination meets the 2020 ADS-B mandate and is FAR 91.227 compliant. This provides one of the most simple and affordable ways to become ADS-B equipped. A TT22 ADS-B bundle is available with all the main components – making your ADS-B Out installation stress-free.
The TT22 is designed to be easier to use, with a clear bright display, the controller even comes with a built-in altitude encoder. Discover the benefits of Trig and join other pilots who have installed and fly with Trig – you’ll be in good company!
- Class 1 Mode – S and 1090ES ADS-B Out capable
- 250 watts nominal output power
- Compact form factor — fits in a compact or standard 2-1/4 inch instrument hole
- Minimal depth — allows space in the panel for other avionics
- One handed operation
- Single press VFR button
- Rapid Squawk selection
- Display features tail number and flight level for reference
- Integrated altitude encoder
- Certified for IFR / VFR flight
- Manual dimming feature with adjustable backlight
- Splash proof, ideal for open cockpit and seaplane
- Low power consumption
- FAA TSO Certification – TSO-C166b to ADS-B standard
- Suitable for 2020 ADS-B out
- Free FAA ADS-B STC for 576 aircraft types
- Two-year warranty from date of install, U.S. based technical suppor
The TT22 is a Class 1 device and meets the requirements of TSO-C166b. It is an ideal transponder for use with a 2020 rule ADS-B system.
Trig’s compact transponder comes in two parts – a compact control head that includes a built-in altitude encoder, saving further space and expense. A separate hardware box can be installed anywhere in the airframe.
The mounted control head takes up the minimal depth in the panel and can be fitted using a 2 ¼” round hole or smaller compact mount – the unit ships with the necessary fittings for both install options. Trig’s compact transponders are simple to operate and feature a crisp, bright display – easy to read in all lighting conditions and equipped with manual dimming. The transponder control head is splash-proof too, so it’s ideal for open cockpit and seaplane operations.
One-handed operation is easy; the superior interface allows the rapid selection of Squawk code. A single press VFR button and ident button further ease operation. The display also features your tail number and flight level for ease of reference.
- Control head
- Transponder unit
- Mounting tray
- Install kit
- Installation and user manuals
Controller: 1.8 x 2.4 x 2.1 in (44 x 63 x 54 mm)
Transponder Class 1 Mode S level 2els ADS-B Class B1
ETSO C88A, C112C, C166A TSO C88b, C112c, C166b
ED-73C, DO-160F, DO-178B Level B, DO-254 Level C, DO-260B, DO-181D
9 VDC — 33 VDC
|Typical Current Consumption||
Idle: 0.15 A, active: 0.34 A @ 14 VDC
|Nominal Transmitter Power||
250 W at connector
Transponder: -40°C to 70°C
No Fan Required
|FAA 2020 ADS-B airspace compliant capable||