Why ForeFlight’s New ADS-B Receiver is Turning Heads

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You might not believe the wealth of features on ForeFlight’s new ADS-B receiver.

ForeFlight introduced a brand new ADS-B receiver on Thursday, the Sentry, that establishes the company as a bona fide hardware creator –the manufacturing is done by ForeFlight partner U-Avionix–and an innovative one, at that. Sentry (the Sentry?) is a light (about a quarter of a pound), powerful portable unit that’s pretty thick but still light enough to toss into even your small flight bag, or a jacket pocket, for that matter. Sentry does what ADS-B units typically do but does it with more of everything. It’s a dual-band receiver, using both 1090ES and UAT (978 MHz), with ADS-B traffic TIS-B weather, NOTAMS and both ground based traffic and aerial traffic, when available. The unit interfaces with ForeFlight Mobile and is compatible with a number of Apple tablets and phones.

It’s also got a great battery life, up to 12 hours, and a built-in GPS-WAAS receiver and AHRS sensor, a barometric pressure sensor so users can display pressure altitude in ForeFlight. There’s also a track recorder, for playing back on ForeFlight.

The namesake feature on Sentry is a carbon monoxide sensor that issues an audible warning on the unit itself, as well as interfacing with ForeFlight on your tablet.

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Why ForeFlight’s New ADS-B Receiver is Turning Heads

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