Trafficscope TPAS VRX
with Pinpoint Accuracy
TrafficScope VRX incudes an on-board altimeter to added reference
accuracy. Both the VR and VRX can be set up for fight and ground
Has the Connections
TrafficScope is the only internal battery-powered device available,
yet can also be configured as an installed avionics package.
A small 2.5" stub antenna is included and mounts out of
the way on the rear of the unit. Connect your headset with the
included cable. If you have a power outlet, plug in using the
included power cable. Connect to your MFD through the data port.
Flying a pressurized aircraft? TrafficScope VRX even incudes
a pressure port to allow you to tie into a static pressure line.
TrafficScope scans up to five nautical miles and allows the
pilot to scale the horizontal and vertical view of traffic independently.
TrafficScope utilizes TCAS-style nomenclature to indicate the
level of threat an aircraft may pose, and will alert the pilot
through audio messages.
TrafficScope clearly displays traffic threats around you in
both range and altitude relative to you. The LCD display indicates
the traffic which poses the largest threat to you. Other aircraft
are also indicated. Once another aircraft poses more of a threat,
its range and altitude are displayed.
TrafficScope is the only completely portable collision avoidance
system available. It can be powered by 4 "AA" batteries
or aircraft power (12-40 VDC). Everything from the audio processing
to the altimeter is built-in. Even the stub antenna mounts on
the rear of the unit.
With a maximum detection range of 5 nautical miles, TrafficScope
can be scaled down to detect aircraft within 5, 3, 2, or 1.5
NM. Indepentently, altitude detection can be scaled from infinite
to 5000, 1500 or 500 feet relative to your altitude (+/-).
and visual alerts keep you aware of potential threats. The alert
threshold is also scaled proportionately when the detection
window is changed.
Simplicity in operation was the focus when designing the TrafficScope
interface. Operational parameters can be changed through three
intuitive on-screen menus. The first controls the operation
mode (Flight, Ground or Auto). The second controls the horizontal
detection window, or range setting, and the third controls the
vertical window, or altitude setting.
and buttons can be backlit for night operations. Our patented
fiber optic backlighting system illuminates with a non-obtrusive
uniform green glow with a minimum drain to the batteries.
A unique feature to TrafficScope is the built-in altimeter.
This solid-state sensor serves as a double-check to your own
transponder information. If your encoder is sending the wrong
altitude, TrafficScope will alert you and use its own altitude.
This can also be a helpful reminder to turn on your transponder.
No host transponder is required. For more information on this
Weight: 5 lbs