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The new GPS + ADS-B Weather & Traffic receiver features dual band 978/1090 MHz frequencies, and AHRS artificial horizon for EFB apps with synthetic vision.

Overview

The XGPS190 features a WAAS GPS, dual band (978/1090 MHz) ADS–B receiver for weather & traffic information, and AHRS artificial horizon for EFB apps with synthetic vision. The receiver works with many EFB apps. It connects to up to 2 devices via Bluetooth, and is compatible with iPad, Android and Windows tablets. The internal battery lasts 5 hours of continuous operation, and the receiver can be charged with the included 12–30V adapter and wall charger. A non–slip pad is also included for convenience.

FAA’s ADS–B Weather and Traffic Information in the Cockpit
Introduced more than a decade ago by the FAA, ADS-B (Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast) provides weather and traffic information to all aircraft equipped with an ADS-B receiver, such as the XGPS190, subscription–free. The ADS-B weather & traffic data is displayed on a compatible EFB app (sold separately) on an iPad, Android or Windows tablet.

The XGPS190 provides the following ADS–B In services:

  1. Flight Information Service–Broadcast (FIS–B). FIS–B provides regional and continental NEXRAD radar imagery from the National Weather Service, as well as NOTAMs, METARs, TAFs, PIREPs, winds aloft and other valuable in–flight weather services. FIS–B also includes information on temporary flight restrictions (TFR) and special use airspaces (SUA).
  2. Traffic Information Service Broadcast (TIS–B). The TIS–B information is air 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.*
    (*ADS–B traffic broadcasts are only transmitted from the ground transmitters in response to an ADS-B Out transponder operating on your aircraft or another aircraft in the area.)
  3. The XGPS190 also receives position reports directly from a nearby aircraft operating ADS-B Out transponders on 978 MHz and/or 1090 MHz frequencies.

The removable ADS-B antenna on the XGPS190 allows pilots to connect to an external antenna on the aircraft. (This should be a dedicated, passive transponder antenna that is located at least 3ft away from the active transponder antenna.)

Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS)
The AHRS feature in the XGPS190 provides backup attitude information including roll, pitch, yaw and magnetic heading, to support the synthetic vision feature in EFB apps.

Wireless Bluetooth Connectivity to Two Devices
The XGPS190 wirelessly sends GPS, AHRS and ADS-B data via Bluetooth to up to two devices simultaneously. The XGPS190 can be positioned up to 30ft. away from the connected tablet or a smartphone.

Bluetooth Advantage over Wi–Fi
Because the XGPS190 uses Bluetooth, the Wi-Fi connection on your device is left free for other uses, such as connecting to the Internet (for weather services, flight plan updates, etc.) or to another accessory. There are no hassles with switching between networks and no service interruptions when using Bluetooth connection.

Set Up is a Breeze
It takes less than a minute to pair your mobile device with the XGPS190, and the receiver will remember your device and reconnect automatically the next time you turn it on.

Built–In Rechargeable Battery
The XGPS190 has a built-in rechargeable battery that lasts for up to 5 hours of continuous use. The included 12-30VDC cigarette lighter adapter charges the receiver (or your tablet) in a car or in an aircraft. The XGPS190 can also be charged using the included wall charger, or the wall charger that comes with your tablet.

Useful In and Out of the Plane
At your destination, the XGPS190 becomes an ideal navigation assistant. Take it with you to the car, on a boat or hiking. Set it for GPS-only mode for use with pretty much any app that requires location information, including apps for car and marine navigation, golfing, geocaching, hiking and many others. (Although the GPS receiver works anywhere in the world, please note that the ADS-B weather signal typically cannot be received on the ground in most places.)

Key Features

Dual–band (978 UAT and 1090 ES) ADS–B Receiver

ADS–B Weather (FIS–B) Reception

ADS–B Traffic (ADS–R/TIS–B) Reception

Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS)

Bluetooth wireless connectivity:

  • Connects to up to two devices simultaneously
  • Leaves each device free to connect to other devices/service via WiFi or Bluetooth

Works with iOS, Android and Windows EFB software as well as select GRT EFIS devices. For a complete list, see the “Apps” tab.

Use with the included removable antenna or connect to an external antenna

Built–in Rechargeable Battery lasts up to 5 hours of continuous use in ADS–B mode

WAAS GPS Receiver works with any app that requires location information, including apps for car navigation, boating, hiking, etc.

12–30 VDC and 120–240 VAC chargers included

Adjustable brightness LEDs for day and night flying

Non–slip pad included to secure XGPS190 on the glare shield or window.

Specifications

Dimensions (W x H x D)

  • XGPS190 (without the antenna): 4.3″ x 2.7″ x 1.0″
  • Non–slip pad: 3.7″ x 5.6″ x 1.0″

Weight (with the antenna): 5.3oz

ADS–B

  • 978MHz in (receive only)
  • 1090 MHz In (receive only)

GPS

  • L1 frequency, SBAS (WAAS, MSAS, EGNOS, GAGAN) supported
  • Cold start: < 29 sec. typ. (open sky)
  • Warm start: < 25 sec. typ. (open sky)

Bluetooth:

  • CSR engine
  • Version 2.1 + EDR
  • Range: ~ 10m (~ 33 ft.) (open space)

Environment requirements:

  • Operating temperature: 14°F — 140°F (–10°C — 60°C)
  • Storage temperature: –4°F — 176°F (–20°C — 80°C)
  • Relative humidity: 5% – 95% non condensing

Operating Altitude

  • Up to 59,000 ft.

XGPS190 Voltage

  • Input voltage: 5 VDC

Internal battery

  • Operating time: ~ 5 hours of continuous use (ADS–B mode)
  • Charging time: ~ 3 hours

Cigarette Lighter Power Adapter

  • Input: 12—30 VDC
  • Output: 5 VDC, 2.1A

Wall Charger

  • Input: 100–;240 V AC, 50/60Hz
  • Output: 5 VDC, 2.1A

What You Get

 

  • The XGPS190 GPS + ADS-B Receiver with AHRS
  • Removable ADS-B Antenna
  • 12-30V Cigarette Lighter Adapter
  • Wall charger (100-240V)
  • Mini USB to USB charging cable
  • Non-slip pad
  • Owner’s manual with warranty information

Apps

Note: some EFB apps are still finalizing support of the XGPS190 AHRS feature. Please check with your app provider to confirm support.

Currently compatible with:

Apple Android EFIS

Where To Buy

Shipping is unavailable to Alaska, Hawaii and outside of the U.S.
Or buy from any of our authorized resellers listed below. Orders placed directly through Dual are for US shipping only.If you are a Flight Instructor, member of CAP, USCG Auxiliary, or a student enrolled in a Part 141 school please contact us for special pricing.


Marv GoldenPilots HQFallon Aviation

FAQs

Tips:

Important note about charging your XGPS190:

The XGPS190 includes a smart charging circuit, designed to safely draw current from the power source without the risk of damaging either the XGPS190 or the charging source. For safest and fastest charging, Dual strongly recommends using one of the following to charge your XGPS190:

  • The included 12–30V DC charger
  • The included 100–240V wall charger or
  • The 2.1 amp wall charger that comes with the iPad (not the small one for iPhone/iPod)
  • Any 2.1 amp charger specifically labeled Made for iPad on the package

Other USB chargers, like generic cell phone chargers, will supply power to the XGPS190, but will not provide enough current to charge the XGPS190 in a reasonable time. The XGPS190 may not charge completely and charging light on the XGPS190 may not turn green.

Additionally, we have received many reports that inexpensive, “no-name” USB wall chargers do not charge the device. If you are experiencing long charging times, short battery life, or the charging light never seems to turn green, please try charging the XGPS190 with one of the chargers recommended above.

Will this GPS Receiver work with my device?
Please see this list of compatible devices for reference. If your device isn’t listed, or if you have any additional questions, please contact us at cs@dualav.com.
How much does the XGPS190 cost?
$849.99.
At what altitude should I expect to be receiving ADS-B signals?
It depends greatly on your location. In our area in flat Florida, we start picking up signals around 800 feet. But our test pilots around the US report receiving signals anywhere from 200′ AGL to 1500′ AGL.
Will the XGPS190 work outside of the US?
The weather information available through ADS-B is only broadcast in the US, so the XGPS190 will only receive weather when used in the US. However, the GPS and Traffic reception features of the XGPS190 will work anywhere in the world. The FAA’s current coverage map for ADS-B in the US is here.
Will the XGPS190 work with ADS-B in Europe or Australia?
Yes, but for traffic reception only. These areas do not offer ADS-B weather.
Can I use a WiFi accessory on my iPad while using the XGPS190?
Yes. Because the XGPS190 uses a Bluetooth connection, you are free to use any WiFi accessory simultaneously.
Can I use another Bluetooth accessory with my iPad while using the XGPS190?
Yes.
Can the XGPS190 be connected to more than one device simultaneously?
Yes, up to 2 devices.

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