Dr Golze Engineering ADL110B
In flight data link has become a standard in North American airspace. Unfortunately the required satellites are not visible from other parts of the globe. The ADL110B and ADL120 fill this gap and bring you affordable European in flight data link.
In flight data link has become a standard in North American airspace. Unfortunately the required satellites are not visible from other parts of the globe. The ADL110B fills this gap and brings you an affordable European in flight data link.
All devices provide the same weather functionality but use different hardware variants in order to best suit your requirements.
ADL110B – Panel mounted weather datalink
- Weather radar coverage of Europe and America (see images)
- Strike maps
- Sending and receiving SMS
- WLAN Interface for iPad operation with ADLConnect
- Flightplan transfer from panel mounted GPS
- Fits in a standard 80mm panel cutout
- All hardware except the antenna is integrated in the device
- Works with an easy to install glareshield Iridium antenna
- Touch screen operation
The ADL110B can be fitted to certified aircraft. Please contact RGV Aviation for more information about this.
In order to use the ADL110B you need to subscribe to Dr Golze Engineering’s data service. This service includes the Iridium transmissions, the data compression proxy server and the SMS gateway. You will be contacted by Dr Golze Engineering to set up this service at the following cost:
Monthly charge excluding PC-MET Account* – 25,00 EUR + VAT
Weather download per data packet** – 0,25 EUR + VAT
SMS outbound – 0,25 EUR + VAT
SMS inbound – 0,14 EUR + VAT
Tracking position update – 0,09 EUR + VAT
The contract can be terminated at the end of each month. You must provide notice of the termination at least one month in advance to Dr Golze Engineering.
* Besides the data service you need a subscription for the weather data provider Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD). Details are available on the following site or you can download our guide to setup the weather here.
** The weather downloads are compressed and will be composed of one ore more data packets. The exact number of downloads will depend on the amount of data requested. As a rough guideline a simple METAR / TAF download will easily fit in one packet. A radar download for a long route on a day with intense weather could require 6 to 8 data packets.