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Ultima-DT ELT for Commercial Aviation

Ultima-DT : GADSS Compliant Distress Tracking ELT

Ultima-DT

Safran Electronics & Defense

Activation Automatic & Manual

Weight 1.6 kg

Battery Life 5 years

Frequency transmitter 121.5MHz / 406MHz

Temperature environment -40 °C to +55 °C

The Ultima-DT Distress Tracking fixed ELT meets the ICAO GADSS ADT requirement applicable since January 2023. Its trigger-in-flight capability detects imminent distress situations and automatically sends a secure 406MHz distress signal with the accurate aircraft position.

Ultima-DT

Safran Electronics & Defense

Activation Automatic & Manual

Weight 1.6 kg

Battery Life 5 years

Frequency transmitter 121.5MHz / 406MHz

Temperature environment -40 °C to +55 °C

Compliant with the lithium batteries special conditions requirement set by FAA and EASA (DO-227A & (E)TSO-142b)

Compliant with the ICAO GADSS ADT regulation

Suitable to any commercial aircraft

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Manufacturer to comply with DO-227A Special Conditions

The market reference

The Ultima-DT ELT has been selected by Airbus to equip their new aircraft on all programs on SFE basis.

Compliant with the latest standards

  • Ultima-DT can be activated Automatically (Trigger-in-flight capability) and Manually through the RCP.

     

  • Ultima-DT autonomously transmits information from which a position can be determined at least once every minute when in a distress condition. As part of the GADSS ADT requirements, the information containing the aircraft location is available to the relevant authorities such as traffic services and SAR Regional Coordination Centers.

     

  • Ultima-DT combines the latest generation of lithium battery technology and a smart design, making it the first ELT to comply with the most recent non-rechargeable lithium battery requirements set by the FAA / EASA (DO-227A & (E)TSO-142b).
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