Tuesday, December 15, 2015


I upgraded my Sundowner with ADS-B so I am selling the Zaon XRX Onyx unit.  SOLD!!
Traffic awareness is everyone's concern, but so has been the cost of traffic systems, until now. PCAS XRX is the first ever portable, passive, stand-alone collision avoidance system for general aviation to offer direction from within the cockpit. PCAS, or Portable Collision Avoidance System, is Zaon's solution for providing high-quality, low cost traffic information to the general aviation pilot. XRX is the flagship model, providing a complete picture in a simple, easy-to-use device. PCAS represents Zaon's third generation of proven traffic detection technology. XRX is truly a "Plug and Go" device with its built-in antenna system and built-in display.
The one that gives direction
An industry first, XRX detects threat aircraft direction from within your cockpit using a cutting-edge, proprietary, self-contained antenna design. With direction, locating and identifying traffic is simple and easy, and traffic information is "three-dimensional", which means it can be displayed on third-party systems, such as moving map GPS devices. Read more about this below.
Don't let the tiny size fool you XRX was designed to be placed on the glareshield. Yet despite its incredibly small and self-contained, XRX sacrifices none of the accuracy found in much more expensive, installed systems. The majority of the height is for the enclosed antenna array. In most cases, the unit sits below the visual line of the propeller, out of the pilot's line-of-sight and presents useful traffic information in plain sight in front of the pilot.
Included but needs Garmin plug - The existing white connector (pictured) needs to be replaced with a garmin connector pictured in the red circle.
Get XRX traffic on your Garmin 396 or 496! This cable allows XRX-generated traffic to appear on the Garmin screen similar to the way TIS traffic appears. This simple cable powers both the Garmin unit and the XRX unit from one cigarette plug. From a central "Y" point generous cabling allows 68" to the cigarette plug 48" to the Garmin and 68" to the XRX unit. Uses a single lightweight cable for both power and data transmission. System Requirements: Garmin 396 or 496 with firmware 2.90 or higher (available as a download from Garmin) PCAS XRX with firmware 2.0 or higher (available from Zaon)

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