The 110-324 is a dual-band black whip antenna with an inductor. Transmits on 121.5 and 243 MHz and designed for speeds up to 200 knots TAS. Compatible with ELT 110-4, ELT 200, and ELT 110-406
The 110-338 antenna uses Artex’s Tri-Band technology to provide signal on 121.5, 243, and 406 Mhz.
Tri-Band blade high-speed antenna is equipped with innovative Tri-Band technology, bringing the 121.5, 243, and 406 MHz frequencies into a compact package.
Replacement flexible whip antenna (418 MHz) for the Artex ELT Test Set. For use with ARTEX ELT's
110-773 is a dual-band whip antenna designed for use with the ME406-series ELTs.
Antenna for the ME406P portable ELT.
This buzzer is used in ELT110-406/-406HM.
ELT REMOTE SWITCH CELL REPLACEMENT/ARTEX
Artex TPS antenna connector.
Remote switch only for ELT110-406MHz.
Battery pack for replacement for the Artex ELT110-4.
5-year, replacement battery for C406 and B406 aircraft ELT units.
Mounting tray for use with Artex ME406 ELTs includes a metal strap.
This is a replacement battery for the ELT200 system.
6-year, Lithum battery pack for Artex ME406, ME406 HM, ME406 ACE, and ME406/P ELTs.
30dB inline attenuator. BNC male and female connectors.
20dB attenuator for use with 453-2000 Handheld ELT Test Set.
The Artex C406 series transmits on all 3 emergency frequencies (121.5/243.0 and 406.025 MHz.) The ELT automatically activates during a crash and transmits the standard swept tone on 121.5 and 243.0 MHz.
The C406-N series of ELTs is a single output ELT that incorporates latitude and longitude information directly from the aircraft navigation system.
The Artex Programming Adapter PA is an optional accessory for the C406-N series of ELTs and will automatically reprogram a C406-N ELT overwriting previously stored data for efficient fleet maintenance.
Optional accessory for the C406-N series of ELTs and will automatically reprogram a C406-N ELT overwriting previously stored data for efficient fleet maintenance.
Artex C406-N Install Kit
ELT MOUNTING CAP/C406N
The DGL-1 programming dongle allows fleet operators to easily program the aircraft 24-bit (Standard Message Protocol) address into a compatible ELT.