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Simple installation

The Canairy can be installed in less than 5 minutes, no mechanic required. The device is completely self contained and requires no wiring or interfacing with your aircraft.

Fully automatic

The Canairy is fully automatic. It turns itself on and off as the aircraft is flown. The only thing you need to do is recharge it after every 60 hours of flight.

Aircraft at-a-glance

Quickly see the status of your single aircraft or the entire fleet. Our status at at-a-glance shows you if the aircraft is in use, upcoming maintenance and if there are any triggered alarms you need to look into. You no longer need to dig through paper records to determine if an aircraft is ready to go.

Aircraft location

Regardless of if your aircraft is on a long cross country or parked at your nearby airport, you will know where it is and if it is available. Gone are the days of driving to the airport to find out the plane has not returned.

Aircraft status

Everything you need to know about your aircraft on one simple and easy to read page. You will always know about every flight the aircraft made and how many more hours until your next oil change.

Flight logs

Each flight is captured in detail. We collect not only usage information, but weather details, position reports and alarms such as high G landings, low cabin pressure levels and high carbon monoxide levels.

Easy to use

The Canairy is simple to operate. For the most part, it does everything for you. There are three indicators which inform the pilot of the status of the device and if there is a high carbon monoxide or low cabin pressure condition. The single multi-function button can be used to trigger a new alarm (SOS) or acknowledge an existing alarm. That's it.


Global coverage

Satellite service is available most places where small aircraft fly.

Specifications

Dimensions 90mm x 90mm x 34mm (3.5" x 3.5" x 1.3")
Installed weight 204 grams (7.2 ounces)
Temperature -20C to +70C (-4F to 158F)
Battery 180 days standby, 60+ engine hours 1
Communications Globalstar satellite
Aircraft limits 900 knots max ground speed, 60,000 feet max altitude
Sensors Gyroscope, accelerometer, temperature, GPS, battery level
Memory 14,400 position reports
1. Similuated 60 minute flights in 0-5C temperatures