ELT C406-2 MAIN UNIT ONLY ARTEX - P/N 453-5000


406 MHz Emergency Locator Transmitter
Designed for commercial, business and military aviation requirements
Operating on 406, 121.5 & 243.0 MHz frequencies
Mounting tray bolt hole location compatible with most Artex two-frequency ELTs
Immediate search & rescue response upon complete registration
TSO C91a, TSO C126, ETSO 2C126, TSO C142 (lithium battery), COSPAS/SARSAT approved
Transport Canada approved
Worldwide coverage
Uses a BNC connector output for 121.5 and 243.0 MHz, the 406 MHz frequency is transmitted through a TPS connector
Optional ELT to NAV interface transmits latitude & longitude of aircraft position with 100 meter accuracy
Optional dongle DGL-I provides auto-programming convenience for fleet operators
Automatically activates during a crash and transmits the standard sweep tone on 121.5 and 243.0 MHz
Every 50 seconds for 520 milliseconds (long message protocol) the 406.025 MHz transmitter turns on and transmits an encoded digital message to the Cospas/Sarsat satellite system

LITHIUM CONTENT: 14g (0.014kg)

Wish List

Product No.DescriptionPriceStockQty

£4,880.11 ex. VAT

Live Stock Unavailable

In stock (0)

Out of stock

Please login to see your discounted price
  • Largest distributor of parts in the EU

  • No UK clearance charges to the EU

  • Order before 1pm for same day dispatch

  • Up to date stock values

Talk to our Team

Our experienced multi-lingual sales team is ready to support you and, with specialists covering all our major product lines, we are not mere number-takers but are here to help and talk aviation in your language.

Sorry, this item is currently out of stock.
We currently hold [remaining-stock] units of this item in stock. The remainder will be put on back order.
You cannot order more of this item than we currently hold in stock.
You must order at least [min-order-qty] of this product.
You must order at least [min-order-qty] of this product. We currently hold [remaining-stock] in stock. The remainder will be put on back order.

This site uses cookies. By continuing your visit, you accept their use as set out in our Cookie Policy. OK