smartLink 851 integrated with JPI and Garmin 650/ 750
smartLink 851 integrated with JPI and Garmin 650/ 750

smartLink 851 integrated with JPI and Garmin 650/ 750

FAA Approved Remote Mounted Flight Data Recorder, Integrated with JPI, and Garmin 650/750.

Your Price: $1,499.00
Part Number [MPN]:851-201-003

Back ordered SHIPPING SEPTEMBER 2019

The smartLink 851 is a Flight Data Recorder, CO Detector, USB Power Supply (dual 2.7 amp)  that works with the Guardian Avionics smartPlane system. This unit is remote mounted behind the panel or on a smartPlane iPad mount to save space in smaller panels, and designed to integrate with JPI, and Garmin 650/750. The smartLink 851 communicates with the smartMFD iOS app via a hard wire USB connection.

Start with the CO Poisoning Prevention that Guardian Avionics is Known For.

The smartLink 851 is built around the reliable and accurate Carbon Monoxide detection technology that Guardian Avionics and CO Guardian has been known for. The sensitive onboard CO sensor alarms an initial warning when CO levels measure greater than 50 parts-per-million (PPM) up to 99 PPM. When the CO level is triggered at 50 to 99 PPM will signal an alarm around 3-1/2 minutes. A warning will trigger when levels climb above 100 PPM immediately when detected.

Your GPS, Engine Monitor, and Attitude Connect & Display on Your iPad & iPhone.

The smartLink 851 can be connected to your onboard GPS and Engine Monitor via RS-232, allowing accurate navigation and engine performance data to be aggregated, transmitted, displayed, and recorded on your iPad and/or iPhone through the Guardian Avionics smartMFD app. The data stored on the iPad or iPhone is transmitted to the Cloud via cellular or Wi-Fi located at www.guardianavionicsdata.comAs a result, your iPad and iPhone become mini-multifunction displays -- fully equipped with accurate VFR and IFR maps and charts, rich graphical engine performance information, and even a mini-PFD/MFD for quick reference. All Carbon Monoxide alerts and levels are also available on the smartMFD app too!

All Your Flight Data is Sent and Stored in the smartData Wesite at for You.

Through the smartMFD app, all of your flight data is stored and uploaded to your account on the Guardian Avionics smartData web app via 3G/4G/LTE or WiFi at the end of every flight, with the ability to download and view flight tracks on programs like Google Earth, view engine data through rich charts and graphs, and even export your data for use through other programs or to send to others. If your iPad or iPhone is connected to your audio panel through a 3.5 mm audio jack, the app will even record the audio from your intercom and upload it to your account for each flight too!

How can you use the data? See how accurate your recent practice approaches were on a recent flight. Send trend data to your A&P or engine manufacturer to troubleshoot an issue. Evaluate all aspects of a recent training flight, including radio procedures.

Budget and Panel Space Friendly.

Equipping the smartLink 851 is like bundling multiple pieces of equipment into one compact remote mounted or smartPanel mounted unit. In the past you’d need to buy and install a CO detector, GPS signal booster, USB Power Supply and backup AHRS for your iPad/iPhone as separate items – and flight data recording on an app for both navigation and engine data was not even available! Now you can get all of that in one small, easy to install package for one reasonable price!

NORSEE Approved for Part 23 Aircraft Installation.

All smartPlane products from Guardian Avionics are approved for installation in certified aircraft under 14 CFR Part 23, 27 and 29 as "Non-Required Safety Enhancing Equipment" (NORSEE) as outlined in FAA memorandum number PS-AIR-21.8-1602. Installation requires only a minor alteration logbook entry by the installing A&P mechanic or inspector. Please click on this link to see all NORSEE authorization letters for Guardian Avionics aircraft.

Compatible GPS and Engine Data Systems

The smartLink 851 supports data input via RS-232 from the systems listed at this link.