AERO 454 is our newest remote mount device with Bluetooth capabilities that receives
data from your airplane's GPS system and transmits it simultaneously to as many as
three iPad/tablet devices held by pilots or passengers. FAA TSO CERTIFIED.
|Aero 454 Details and Description
|The AERO 454 can wirelessly transmit your GPS location to your iPad or Android Bluetooth enabled tablet. No
more worries about lost GPS signal due to banking, heated windshields and passengers in the back of the
cabin asking "Are we there Yet?".
The 454 Model integrated with Garmin GPS receivers (430, 530, GNS650, GNS750, G900 and G1000) and
Bendix King KLN89, KLN90B, and KLN94. It will enable up to THREE OCCUPANTS to receive aircraft GPS data
via Bluetooth on their portable devices to monitor their location (Altitude, latitude and longitude) using apps like
Flight Guide IEFB, Garmin (My-Cast), Foreflight, Wing X, Jepp View, and Google Maps. It works with Any APP
that uses the Apple Standard GPS location Proto-call.
In addition, using the Flight Guide IEFB app, you will be able to receive your flight plan from your Garmin onto
your iPad (See Video).
The Model 454 device is also designed to detect, measure, and provide alerts to the crew of reciprocating
engine type aircraft before the cockpit level of carbon monoxide (CO) reaches a critical level. In addition it gives
Cabin altitude warning at 10K, 12.5K and 14K.
Our unit has passed all mandatory functional and quality checks as prescribed by the FAA and has been
awarded TSO certification. No one else has a device like this. Order a unit now, and be one of the first to install
this device in your airplane.
- Input Power: 14/28 V DC
- CO Level: 10 - 999 PPM
- BLUETOOTH enabled: GPS data transmitted to tablets supported by Apple iOS.
- Power Usage: Less than 1 Watt
- Temp Range: -20 deg C to 70 deg C
- Dimensions: 4.5” L X 1.625”W in x 1.25” H
- Humidity range: 5 % to 95 % RH (non-condensating)
- Circuit Breaker: 2 Amp
- Design Meets TSO-C48a
- Weight: 4 Oz
- CO Sensor Tested to 25,000 Ft and no effect to 40,000 Ft
- Tone generator for headsets
- RS-232 output
- Internal fan for optimum CO sensing
- Units are100 % tested
454-201-011 unit is now shipping. BROCHURE
The CO sensors in our detectors have a 5 to 7 year life under ideal conditions. Even if they are protected from all external
contaminants, we strongly recommend re-calibration of the units after 5 years.
We will re-calibrate any of your CO Guardian models for a flat fee ( Please contact CO Guardian for pricing information). This
service includes the installation of a new CO sensor, re-calibration of the unit and a complete system check. In addition, you will
receive a fresh 12 month warranty.
All products come with a 60 day money back guarantee and a 1 year limited warranty. The warranty will be void if the unit has
been opened or tampered with. If you experience any problems with the unit, please call 1-800-639-7139 or email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org and we will glad to assist you and have the problem rectified. (See our full limited warranty page)
|Frequently Asked Questions
|Difference between Model 452 and 454
Setting your iPad with 454 unit
iPad and 454 paired and connected
|Video on Replacing a 452 unit with a
454 on the G1000
- Will my Aero 454 Bluetooth Interfere with my Bluetooth Intercom Panel, Bluetooth Headset or WIFI?
No, Apple IOS separates each communication channel very nicely. Our device only uses GPS location lingo
when requested from Apple. In each APP, like Flight Guide IEFB that use our flight plan when the App is
- Why is in some Literature you had it can play with 4 IPADS simultaneously?
This was our first intentions but we were limited by the Hardware so only 3 can play simultaneously.
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|Airplane location shown on our free app