L3 Avionics


NGT 9000 Lynx


The most notable model is the Lynx NGT-9000 – an intuitive touch screen display that is a form-factor replacement for existing transponders. The NGT-9000 offers an extensive features list and is the most logical choice for pilot’s looking to take full advantage of the ADS-B NextGen flight environment.

• Mode S Extended Squitter (ES) transponder with intuitive touch screen interface

• Dual Mode 1090ES ADS-B Out plus 1090 and 978 ADS-B In

• Designed for 14 V or 28 V installations

• Patented Lynx Tail provides Flight ID, aircraft type and ground speed data of other ADS-B traffic

• Internal rule compliant position source (GPS/WAAS)

• Moving map including TFRs, airport databases and NOTAMs

• Subscription-free ADS-B weather including NEXRAD, METARs, Winds & Temps Aloft, AIRMETs and SIGMETs

• Customizable layouts and information per pilot preference

• Faceplate data port for maintenance personnel access to setup menus, software updates and option enablements

• Options available for internal L-3 NextGen Active Traffic, Antenna Diversity, PED (iPad) Wi-Fi connectivity and remote mount models

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ESI 500





L-3’s Next Generation Electronic Standby Instrument System — GENESIS ESI-500 —  is one of the most advanced standby instruments designed specifically for piston and turboprop aircraft and helicopters. The compact unit is scalable and comes standard with altitude, attitude, slip/skid, vertical speed and aircraft track. Options are available for the display of navigation information and Synthetic Vision (SynVis), including terrain and obstacles. Magnetic heading is an available option when coupled with the low cost and compact MAG-500 magnetometer. The ESI-500 is compatible with existing NAV radios and GPS hardware. An internal lithium-ion battery pack automatically powers the system without interruption upon loss of main input power. Learn More



WX 500 Stromscope


The Calm BEFORE the Storm

Stormscope Weather Mapping Systems were the first airborne instruments developed specifically to detect and map thunderstorms by analyzing the radiated signals of electrical discharges from storm cells. During the cumulus stage of a thunderstorm, storm cells are usually precipitation-free, and weather radar is unable to show activity. Stormscope, by detecting the electrical activity already present as the storm builds, provides an accurate view of areas that should be avoided. Stormscope processes both azimuth and range to determine the location and intensity of dangerous thunderstorm cells – then presents the findings in real-time. Learn More.


Stormscope Series Key Features

  • Plots lightning as it happens, before the onset of precipitation
  • Displays lightning in 25, 50, 100 and 200 nmi ranges
  • Pilot selectable Cell and Strike modes
  • 360-degree view or 120-degree forward looking
  • Updates lightning information every second
  • Strike Rate indicator details building or dissipating storms
  • Integrates with SkyWatch Collision Avoidance Systems


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