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Get the free FAA ADS-B Weather and Traffic Information in the Cockpit with
the Dual XGPS190 ADS-B Receiver!
Introduced more than a decade ago by the FAA, ADS-B (Automatic Dependent
Surveillance-Broadcast) provides subscription-free weather and traffic
information to all aircraft equipped with an ADS-B receiver, such as the Dual
The portable Dual XGPS190 ADS-B In receiver provides ADS-B weather and
traffic broadcasts, to a variety of compatible EFB apps (sold separately), for
display on an Apple iPad, Android tablet, or any other Bluetooth-enabled device.
The XGPS190 provides the following ADS-B In services:
- The FAA's Traffic Information Service Broadcast (TIS-B), which is
traffic information obtained from ATC radar and broadcast from ground radio
stations. This information greatly enhances pilots' situational awareness
and aids their visual orientation of nearby aircraft traffic.
- The XGPS190 can also receive ADS-B position reports directly from a
nearby aircraft operating on 978 MHz or 1090 ES broadcass.
- The XGPS190 additionally provides traffic information from some aircraft
operating ADS-B Out equipment at 1090 MHz through the ADS-R rebroadcast from
- The FAA's Flight Information Service-Broadcast (FIS-B) provides
information from the National Weather Service, including NEXRAD radar, as
well as winds aloft, pilot reports and other valuable weather services.
FIS-B also includes information on temporary flight restrictions (TER) and
special use airspace (SUA).
The removable ADS-B antenna allows pilots to connect the receiver
directly to an aircraft's external antenna.
Dual XGPS190 ADS-B Receiver Features:
- ADS-B Weather (FIS-B)
- ADS-B Traffic (ADS-R/TIS-B) - Use with the included removable antenna or
connect to the aircraft's external antenna. Dual band picks up both
978 UAT and 1090 ES broadcasts
- AHRS (Attitude and Heading Reference System)
- Bluetooth wireless connectivity:
- Connects to up to two iPad devices simultaneously
- Leaves each iPad free to connect to other devices/service via WiFi or
- Apple and Android support as well as other Bluetooth-enabled (SPP
- Built-in Rechargeable Battery lasts up to 5 hours of continuous use
- WAAS GPS also works with apps for car & boating navigation and many
- 12-30V charger included to charge the receiver or the iPad (can also be
charged using the iPad wall charger)
- Adjustable brightness LEDs for day and night flying
- Includes a non-slip pad
Broad EFB Apps Support
The XGPS190 does not restrict you to just one EFB app. The XGPS190 will work
with a number of EFB apps, including WingX Pro7 from Hilton Software, FlightPro
for Android devices, Naviator for Android devices, AOPA FlyQ EFB, Bendix King
myWingMan EFB, eKneeboard, Pilotbrief Optima, FltPln, iFlyGPS, GRT Avionics EFIS, and more.
New app compatibility are being released frequently.
Useful Status Tool App
Similar to the popular
XGPS190 also comes with a useful Status Tool App (available free on the iTunes
store). The app is a simple utility application which shows detailed device and
Highly Accurate GPS
The XGPS190 includes a WAAS GPS receiver with fast location acquisition
(under 30 seconds), with position updates up to 10 times per second. The GPS
location information is wirelessly transmitted via Bluetooth to Apple and
Useful In and Out of the Plane
At your destination, take this small and portable receiver with you to the
car, on a boat or hiking. The XGPS190 works with pretty much any app that
requires location information, including apps for car and marine navigation,
golfing, geocaching, hiking and many others.
Wireless Bluetooth Connectivity
The XGPS190 wirelessly sends GPS and ADS-B data to up to two iPad devices
simultaneously, leaving each iPad free to connect to other wireless devices via
Bluetooth or WiFi.
Bluetooth Advantage over WiFi
Because the XGPS190 uses Bluetooth, the WiFi connection on your iPad is left
free for other uses, such as connecting to the Internet (for weather services,
flight plan updates, etc.) or to another accessory like an AHRS. There are no
hassles with switching between networks and no service interruptions.
Built-In Rechargeable Battery
The XGPS190 has a built-in rechargeable battery that lasts for up to 5 hours of
continuous use. The included 12-30V cigarette lighter adapter charges the
receiver (or the iPad) in a car or in an aircraft. The XGPS190 can also be
charged using the wall charger that comes with the iPad.
Useful Non-Slip Pad Included
The included non-slip pad holds the receiver securely in place on an
aircraft's glareshield, car's dashboard, or boat's console.
Set Up is a Breeze
It takes less than a minute to pair your iPad with the XGPS190, and the receiver
will remember your iPad the next time you want to use it.
Universal Design for Many Apps and Devices
The XGPS190 is compatible with all iPad, iPod touch and iPhone devices, as well
as other Bluetooth-enabled (SPP required) smart phones, tablets and laptops
(Android, Blackberry, Windows and OS X devices). In addition to EFB apps,
the XGPS190 works with most apps that require GPS, including apps for car
navigation, marine chart plotting, golfing range finders, geocaching, hiking and
What's included? With your Dual XGPS190 you will receive:
- Dual XGPS190 GPS + ADS-B Receiver
- Removable ADS-B Antenna
- 12-30V Cigarette Lighter Adapter
- Mini USB to USB charging cable
- Non-slip pad
- Status Tool App (free download from the iTunes App Store)
- Owner's manual with warranty information
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Wednesday, June 29, 2016
GPS & ADS-B wonderful as expected, AHRS mostly good
by Rich from Atascadero CA USA
Pros: GPS & ADS-B work well, no more Bluetooth switch for Apple / Other
Cons: AHRS needs to be caged after initial climb, limited battery
Review: I've owned both the XGPS 150 & 170 before upgrading to the 190. This unit lives up to the performance expectations set by its predecessors. It's good to see the Apple/other switch for the Bluetooth has been eliminated - one less thing to go wrong on setup. This unit gets just as hot when operating as its predecessors - which is a concern for system reliability and battery life. Again like earlier models, battery capacity is long enough for single leg flights, but it doesn't last as long as the iPad and will probably need a charge if you refuel. I would not trust the AHRS on departure; after the takeoff roll and initial climb, it is regularly off by several degrees in both pitch and roll (yes, it was caged just before taxiing onto the runway). However, after caging in cruse, it seems to work well including throughout flying approach procedures.
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Monday, June 27, 2016
Great product but has issues with synthetic vision
by A Customer from Bossier City LA USA
Pros: GREAT customer service
Cons: Synthetic vision had issues
Review: I bought this product for the synthetic vision however it would not work all the time. It would show me inverted when I was in straight & level flight. I contacted Dual Support and they were INCREDIBLE!! I will always do business with a company who stands behind their product. GREAT customer service!! I believe a fix has been issued for the product.
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Thursday, June 02, 2016
useful backup in your cockpit
by Peter from Raleigh NC USA
Review: Great for looking up weather on route and be able to get a general picture of current weather trends. On the Wing X pro platform using an Ipad mini synthetic vision could use improvement in terms of pixel resolution and quicker response to change in aircraft attitude. A heading bug would be nice on the DG. The unit works well, could use a longer battery life. Good backup for your cockpit instruments. Probably a good back up in event of a vacuum pump failure only to get you quickly to VFR conditions. What's better? A G1000 if you can afford it and in flight radar.
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Previous Customer Questions For Dual XGPS190 GPS + ADS-B Receiver:
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On Monday, February 08, 2016 a customer asked:
Q: how does the ahars get aligned with the airframe? what must the user do to accomplish? Where can the XGS be located in the aircraft?
The software app will allow you to configure and calibrate the unit so that AHRS information is accurate. For best GPS reception, position the XGPS190 so that it has an unobstructed view of the sky.