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Sandia Aerospace Steps Up As Oshkosh 2010 Special Event Sponsor!

Sandia Aerospace Expands Its Line Of Products

Sandia Aerospace was founded in 1997 by a group of avionics professionals to provide high quality avionics products to General, Corporate and Regional airline markets. Major product offerings include the company's SAE 5-35 Altitude Encoder, SAC 7-35 Airdata Computer,  Avionics Cooling Fans, and MARC 70 interface modules. Sandia products are offered worldwide by both avionics modification centers and aircraft manufactures.

Now, the Albuquerque, New Mexico company is branching out into a line of its own products, starting with the STX-165 Transponder, which is debuting at AirVenture at Oshkosh. The STX 165 Sports a professional 1/2 3ATI Bezel that compliments any aircraft panel.  Its bright OLED display is readable in virtually all lighting conditions and automatically dims for night time operations.

Sandia Aerospace also takes pride in providing timely personal service to our customers. Whether you have a system that needs repair or just have a question, Sandia is standing by to help you in any way we can. To get more information about Sandia Aerospace, visit their website at www.sandia.aero.

Did You Know? (Cool Facts About Sandia Aerospace)
  • Sandia's SAC 7-35 Airdata Computer lets you "turbocharge" your Garmin GNS430, GNS530 or other Navigation Systems.
  • The Sandia SAC 7-35 is FAA TSO Approved as an altitude encoder.

  • Sandia products are sold worldwide through both aircraft manufacturers and a worldwide network of avionics modification centers.
  • The Sandia ADC 7-35-01 ADS-B solution allows Garmin GPS units to talk to Collins transponders.
  • Sandia 's UAT (Universal Access Transceiver) provides the user with both TIS-B and FIS-B.
  • Initial FIS-B information includes weather in the cockpit, which is free to the user and will carry no subscription fees.
  • Sandia Aerospace fans are designed to give your avionics superior performance and long life.
  • The Sandia SAE5-35 performs the functions of an Altitude Encoder by providing Gillham Grey code to the aircraft’s mode C transponder.

Sandia Aerospace News!
FMI: www.sandiaerospace.com, or check them out at Oshkosh Booth 3007!

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