Trig Avionics


TN70 - GPS Receiver - 2020 Compliant

Certified WAAS GPS receiver and antenna

If you’re an aircraft owner looking for a fully compliant ADS-B Out solution, then the TN70 is the ideal partner for Trig transponders. The TN70 is simple to install and provides a great way to add a certified FAA TSO C-145 WAAS GPS receiver to complete your ADS-B Out installation.

To order your TN70 contact your Approved Trig Dealer now.

Product features

  • WAAS GPS receiver – kit includes Trig’s TA70 antenna
  • Meets TSO C145 – compliant for 2020 ADS-B
  • Completes your ADS-B Out solution
  • Requires no panel space – lightweight and easy to install
  • Compatible with Trig transponders
  • Worldwide Trig support

Product description

If you already own a suitable Trig transponder then our TN70 kit is the easiest way to become ADS-B compliant. The TN70 includes a certified WAAS GPS and our companion TA70 GPS antenna, designed to enhance your aircraft via a simple install that will deliver excellent ADS-B Out performance.

The TN70 takes no panel space, it’s fitted discretely as a stand-alone GPS so you can retain and use your existing panel equipment. Each TN70 includes an install kit for the WAAS GPS and antenna along with relevant FAA 8130 certification.

If you need a Trig transponder to complete your TN70 ADS-B solution, then simply add one of our class leading products certified to TSO C166b, the latest ADS-B standard. A Trig transponder is the hub of an ADS-B Out system, using extended squitter to communicate with ground stations and suitably equipped aircraft. Trig transponders use 1090ES technology – the ICAO’s International Standard.

Trig has an established FAA STC program via our certification partner, Peregrine of Denver. Certified aircraft owners who buy a TN70 kit are eligible to receive a free FAA STC data pack from Peregrine. If you are based outside the U.S. then please consult your Approved Trig Dealer. There may be value in using the Trig STC as a template for subsequent approval within your local ADS-B certification regime.

All Trig products come with a two year warranty, supported by our global network of Approved Trig Dealers and Approved Trig Service Centers in the U.S. and Australia.

What else will I need to be ADS-B compliant?

The TN70 certified GPS reciever provides a compliant position source for your ADS-B Out system. A Trig transponder will also be required – this acts as the hub of your ADS-B Out solution transmitting data to ground stations and other aircraft (which are ADS-B equipped). In the U.S. FAA FAR 91.227 requires your installation to be capable of identifying the correct phase of flight – this demands some means of Air-Ground determination. Our STC provides a simple means to meet the regulations using a squat switch, weight on wheels switch or air data feed in certified types.

For further information on ADS-B read our Knowledge Bank article.

What certification does the TN70 hold?

The TN70 has FAA TSO certification, in most regions the TN70 will require an installation STC. Check our STC section for the latest approvals.

How heavy is the TN70?

The TN70 is light weight unit – the hardware box weighs 1.06 lbs and the antenna weighs 0.31lbs.

Can I buy the TN70 without the antenna?

The TN70 comes with an antenna as a bundled kit, optimised for the best results. We do not sell the TN70 as a stand alone unit.

When I purchase a TN70 what comes in the box?

The TN70 kit comes with WAAS GPS hardware unit, matching WAAS antenna and installation kit. The TN70 installation instructions are online only.

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