I guess I should of started my other post like this.... From what I've been told by the FAA and EAA, some of us have a serious problem... we need to have ADS-b by January 1st, 2020.......

• How much voltage and power will a lightning coil produce, 377/447/503/582?
• How many amps can you safely pull from a Key West Regulator?
• On a Quicksilver type aircraft, where do you mount the ADS-b equipment, it isn't like we have an instrument pannel?
  • Re: Lightning Coil & ADS-b

    by » 5 months ago

    You only need ADSB if you are flying into, under or over Class B or C airspace.
    If you do not already have an electrical system you are not required to install ADSB.

    You can still get into class B/C Airspace by calling ahead, traffic permitting.
    You will probably never get permission to enter the 10 busiest Class B's.

    You won't require it at all the un-towered airports south of the St Louis Mode C Ring.
    You can fly under the St Louis Class B with permission and an Hours notice to approach control.

    Legal or not it is still an excellent idea to equip.
    The power requirements at minimal. >1A.

    Bill Hertzel
    Rotax 912is
    North Ridgeville, OH, USA
    Clicking the "Thank You" is appreciated by all.

    Thank you said by: jimi james

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