The world's smallest and lightest altitude encoder.
There are two versions of this model:
Replaced an AK350 that was inop. With the adapter plate it was a perfect fit and a true plug and play as the cable going to the AK350 just plugged in pin for pin with no problems.
Drop in replacement for my AK-350s. No wiring or mounting changes required (with the additional mounting plates). After turning the avionics on there was no warm up time and the altitude grey code was spot on for pressure altitude right out of the box.
Altitude reporting was spot on right out of the box. A direct wiring replacement from the old Ameri-King AK-350. Very pleased.
Replaced an inoperative America-King AK-350 with the Trans-Cal SSD 120-30N. It was a perfect fit with the addition of the optional adapter plate. The 15 pin plug was wired for direct replacement with the AK-350.
Excellent certified replacement for Narco AR-850. Mounts in Narco tray without modifications. Provided plastic plug for optional static port had to be replaced with a metal plug to seal properly. Calibration was very easy.
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Yes, part number 11-09916 is a Narco compatible encoder.
Yes, the SSD120-30N is compatible with the Narco AT-165 transponder.
Yes, the KT-76A is listed on the installation manual.
This unit outputs gray code.
Yes, you can use this with the Stratus ESG. We can do a 12 inch harness, please contact Avionics sales for price and lead time.
Yes, it is.
Yes, it is.
Yes, this can be used in certified aircraft.
Yes, these two units are compatible.
No, neither of those units are listed as acceptable units to interconnect.