Trig Avionics was founded in January 2004 to develop innovative avionics products for general aviation.
Trig are specialists in low power, high tech solutions to existing and emerging requirements in general aviation avionics.
The TN70 includes a certified WAAS GPS and companion WAAS GPS antenna, designed to enhance your aircraft via a simple install that will deliver excellent ADS-B Out performance.
The TMA44 suits aircraft owners looking for a great value panel that covers aviation requirements. This mono panel supports 2-4 seats with independent control of crew and passenger audio. Two additional unswitched inputs are included for audio alerts, such as stall or undercarriage warnings. The option of playing music via two custom inputs is enhanced by the TMA44’s ‘smooth fade’ feature.
The TMA45 is Trig's fully featured panel, perfect for aircraft owners who don’t wish to compromise. If you are looking for great quality audio, stereo music and mobile phone support via Bluetooth this panel provides it all. Hosting 2-6 seats the TMA45 has all the functionality of the TMA44 but adds industry leading Trig Digital Noise Reduction (TDNR).
Light sport, ultra light, glider and balloon pilots will fit the Trig TY91 radio, this lower powered 6 watt model is ideal for the majority of GA users. The TY91 is the perfect comms partner to our TT21 and TT22 Mode S (1090 ES ADS-B Out transponders), and is TSO approved for fitting to European and FAA registered aircraft.
The Trig TY92 has a higher power output of 16 watts, suitable for longer range transmission and for aircraft that have a 28 volt power supply. Easily installed out with the main avionics stack the TY92 makes a perfect back up radio in larger GA aircraft.
The TY96 and TY97 aviation radios define a new standard in dual 25 kHz and 8.33 kHz radio design. Combining great quality and performance, each radio is housed within a superbly engineered unit, slimline and light. At only 1.3" high the radio saves valuable stack space, but retains innovative and practical features.
The TT21 is a two part transponder system, which includes an integrated altitude encoder. In design and technology the TT21 is identical to the TT22; the only difference is that the transmitted output power of the TT21 is lower, qualifying the unit as a Class 2 transponder.
Trig makes theworld’s smallest and lightest certified GA transponders. The TT22 Trig compacttransponder can fit into the tightest panel space. This allows GA, light sportand glider pilots to fit other instrumentation or displays that otherwise mightnot have been possible.
Trig's TT31 transponder is the perfect retro-fit for the popular Bendix King KT76A and KT78A transponders. The TT31 is a certified Class 1 Mode S transponder which will 'plug and play' straight into the existing Bendix King tray.