“Radar Contact Established”
FCC Approved 250W Mode S Transponder with ADS-B
Ping200S is the world’s smallest, lightest, most affordable and FCC approved full range Mode C and Mode S ADS-B transponder. At less than 80 grams, it provides cooperation with radar systems the national airspace. Ping200S also transmits ADS-B out on 1090MHz. No deviations from the Minimum Performance Standards of DO-181E Level 2els Class 1 and DO-260B Class B1S 250W nominal output power.
All ping200S products share the same core FCC approved 250W transponder featuring:
Replies to Mode C and Mode S radar interrogations
Transmits ADS-B on 1090MHz Extended Squitter.
Meets MOPS DO-181E Level 2els, Class 1
Meets MOPS DO-260B Class B1S
GDL90 compatible CONTROL packet
SMA Antenna Connector
US Patents Pending
ping200S Transponder Specifications
-79 to 0dBm
ping200Sr is a compact 80 gram, 250W FCC approved remote mount Mode S transponder with ADS-B Out. Designed for UAS and Stratospheric balloon operations ping200Sr is ideal for operators and integrators looking to add a transponder to existing systems. Ping200Sr is a complete system designed to meet the conspicuity requirements for operating UAS in controlled airspace. This system includes an integrated, high integrity WAAS GPS sensor derived from uAvionix TSO’d FYX technology, and a precision, temperature controlled, barometric pressure sensor with accuracy beyond 80,000ft. The all-in-one design is ideal for rapid deployment on almost any UAS including popular OEM platforms such as the DJI Matrice 100 and Matrice 600 series. The GPS and transponder antenna are both remotely mountable for convenience.
ping200S is a compact 73 gram, 250W FCC approved remote mount Mode S transponder. Designed for UAS and Stratospheric balloon operations ping200S is ideal for operators and integrators looking to add a transponder to existing systems. Integrated temperature controlled static pressure tested to 80,000ft. GPS data can be provided by an existing position source via supported autopilot or via the ping200S integration guide.