Interconnect - FLARM Traffic
Integrating FLARM Traffic
The ADL devices ADL140/150(B)/190/200 with a RS232 input can read current FLARM
traffic information provided by a separate FLARM receiver. The ADL device will
then integrate this traffic data into its data stream and send it to all displaying
apps. ADL190/200 will combine this with their own ADS-B traffic data in an
intelligent way. All modern FLARM devices capable of sending the "$PFLAA"
dataset are supported.
Popular FLARM devices which we have tested with success are:
And probably many more we did not test yet.
The following older systems did not support the "$PFLAA" dataset:
Some FLARM receivers also offer a WiFi with GDL90 signal (for example the AT1).
In this case you can eitehr d the wired connection or combine the signals on the WiFi
like with other portables. When using an ADL190/200 with its own ADS-B source we
recommend the wired connection. Only this way the two sources are combined in an
optimal way avoiding double targets etc.
Please have a look at the ADL150(B)/190/200 manual for more details regarding the wiring.