Sat, Jul 28, 2012
Oshkosh 2012 Sponsor: Sandia Aerospace
Located in the high desert of Albuquerque, New Mexico, 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 STX 165 Transponder with Built-in Encoder, 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.
Turbo charge your Garmin GNS430, GNS530 or other Navigation Systems with SANDIA Aerospace's SAC 7-35 Airdata Computer. The SAC 7-35 allows you to use all the features designed into these systems, making your flying safer and more economical. You'll quickly see SANDIA Aerospace innovation at work in the SAE5-35 Altitude Encoder. Designed by engineers that are also pilots, the SAE5-35 will surprise you with the well thought out pilot features.
One of the most recently-certified products is the STX 165 Mode A/C Transponder. Designed for GA airplanes with limited panel space, the STX 165 features a built-in encoder, which simplifies installations and lowers cost; three timer functions, pressure altitude display; and OAT probe input
Sandia Aerospace develops products from concept to certification and market, and works with numerous companies to further their product goals. They have the experience and know how to help you meet your company design and certification goals. Sandia's hardware engineers are proficient in Analog and Digital design and have extensive RF experience.
Did You Know--Cool Facts About Sandia Aerospace!
- Sandia Aerospace develops products for use on aircraft ranging from GA to regional jets.
- Sandia's products are designed by pilots, for pilots.
- The Sandia STX 165 transponder features elapsed time, up timer, and down timer.
- The STX 165's pressure altitude display tells the pilot what altitude is being reported to ATC
- For corporate pilots, the SAC 7-35 adds winds aloft, fuel flow, density altitude, and OAT to Garmin GNS 430 and GNS 530 displays.
- The SAC 7-35 is also certified as an Altitude Encoder.
- Sandia Aerospace offers its products to our dealers through our exclusive worldwide distributors.
Sandia's service department will answer questions via phone or e-mail.
Sandia Keeps Making News In The Aviation World!
FMI: www.sandia.aero, See The STX 165 At The Following EAA AirVenture Booths -- Avionics Place - Hangar C Booth 3007, Pacific Coast Avionics - Hangar B Booth 2025, Gulf Coast Avionics - Hangar D, Booth 4035
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