Our chargers are ideally suited for powering PilotAware / PilotAware Classic, offering a stable and high power output not only to your PilotAware unit but also your display device(s).  

A stable supply with sufficient power is essential to ensuring the reliability of the PilotAware hardware, especially since the move to the more power hungry Pi 2 B.  The new radio Bridge for P3i communion contains a very sensitive radio receiver to pick up other PilotAware equipped aircraft, a noisy power source can reduce the sensitivity of this radio receiver even though your communications radio may appear to be OK.  This has the effect of reducing the detection range of the PilotAware unit.  The ADS-B and Mode-S detection can also be hampered with a poor power supply, again reducing the effective detection range.

The recommendation from the PilotAware team is the unit requires a 2A supply, if you also want to power your tablet of choice then that will require additional capacity, so realistically you need at least a minimum of 3A.  Charge2 delivers 5A with Charge4 able to supply 8.5A.

For more details of the PilotAware project, created by Lee Moore, please visit their user forum (http://forum.pilotaware.com).

To purchase a ready built and tested unit head over to http://pilotawarehardware.com