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Subscription-free weather, ADS-B traffic, GPS position and attitude information – all from a wireless receiver that fits in your pocket. Stratus 2 features over 8 hours of battery life, easy one-button operation and costs 30% less than comparable ADS-B receivers.
Amazingly reliable and easy.
— Tom Haines Editor in Chief, AOPA
Stratus enables inflight subscription-free ADS-B weather. METARs, TAFs, animated regional NEXRAD, CONUS NEXRAD, NOTAMs, AIRMETs, SIGMETs, TFRs, winds and temperatures aloft, and PIREPS are all delivered over the air.
Stratus Replay provides automatic 30 minute storage of FIS-B data. Sleep the iPad and then receive a burst of updates when the iPad wakes. If there is more than one iPad connected, each iPad will be synced to have the same data replayed. ForeFlight will also animate ADS-B radar, looping up to 30 minutes of NEXRAD while in flight.
Stratus 2 is the top value.
— Paul Bertorelli Editor, Aviation Consumer
When connected to Stratus 2, ForeFlight Mobile can display dual band (978 MHz and 1090 MHz) air-to-air, ADS-R, and TIS-B traffic. ForeFlight’s traffic system supports mixed-mode display of both directional and nondirectional targets.
The fast-locking, WAAS GPS aboard Stratus enables features like geo-referenced plates, moving map, and own-ship position on taxi diagrams. With WAAS, you will frequently see 1 meter accuracy or better.
Stratus includes a complete Attitude Heading Reference System (AHRS) for backup attitude information in the cockpit. It aligns itself automatically, so you can just turn it on and fly. For Synthetic Vision subscribers, attitude information is displayed on top of terrain. Works in portrait or landscape, split screen and full screen (not to be used for primary reference).
The responsiveness and accuracy of the Stratus AHRS was nothing short of incredible.
— Guy Maher Vertical Magazine
Complete Network Coverage
Stratus connects to the FAA's nationwide ADS-B network. New ADS-B stations are continuing to be added and as of early 2015, the majority of the continental United States is covered.