Not only does Stratus 3 deliver subscription-free weather, dual-band ADS-B traffic and WAAS GPS information to your flight app, the built-in AHRS technology also drives a very responsive pitch and bank instrument within the apps that support it. Essentially a “backup glass cockpit” on your iPad, this provides an excellent backup for emergency situations.
- Subscription-free weather
- WAAS GPS
- Dual-band ADS-B traffic
- Backup attitude (AHRS)
- Pressure altitude sensor
- Smart Wi-Fi
- Auto shut-off
- 8-hour battery life
How Stratus 3 is different that 2S:
Allows you to use 3G/4G LTE internet on your iPad while connected to Stratus 3.
To preserve battery, Stratus 3 automatically powers down after your flight by detecting when it’s idle or at less than a 3D GPS lock.
The kit includes a gel dash mount, charging cable, 110V wall plug, and a pilot’s guide. Stratus 3 has a 2-year warranty.
HOW STRATUS 3 IS DIFFERENT THAN 2S:
- Open ADS-B – works with other apps using industry standard protocol (GDL 90).
- Smart WiFi – use your iPad’s LTE connection while connected to Stratus.
- Auto shutoff – Stratus automatically turns off after your flight, saving battery life.
- Improved WiFi security – hide network ID or add a password.
Subscription-Free In-Flight Weather
View in-flight weather on your iPad, including NEXRAD radar, METARs, TAFs, TFRs, AIRMETs, SIGMETs, NOTAMs and more. And still no subscription fees—ever.
Stratus 3 includes a complete Attitude Heading Reference System (AHRS) for supplemental attitude information in the cockpit. It aligns itself automatically, so you can just turn it on and fly. Pilots who use synthetic vision will experience a visually stunning and high-performance hazard awareness capability.
Note: AHRS data provided by Stratus should be used for supplemental purposes only. Stratus is not certified for IFR operations.
Dual-band ADS-B Traffic
Stratus 3 includes a dual-band (978 MHz and 1090 MHz) ADS-B receiver and displays traffic information right in your flight app. See your aircraft’s relative altitude, climb/descent rate, and projected track.