How To and Where to Start with Stratux

You want to build your own Stratux (OGN) Flarm or upgrade and modify your existing, but you are unsure where and how to start?
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DIY Part List to build your own Stratux

Overview of a full parts/ component list to build your own Stratux Flarm with different components, such as AHRS, Pressure Sensor, FLARM out, etc

Basic Components for Stratux, to receive both, ADS-B and Flarm traffic:

Cases for Stratux 2 (receive only):

Cases for Stratux 3 (receive and transmit):

AHRS and Pressure Sensors:

additionally send through FLARM:

Advanced:

  • Brushless Fan Heatsink (30x30mm)
  • Brushless Fan Heatsink (40x40mm), recommended for Stratux 3
  • 2x5 pin female GPIO header connector for Raspberry PI, 2.54mm straight double row (recommended)
  • 2x20 pin female GPIO header connector for Raspberry PI, 2.54mm straight double row
  • USB to TTL Serial adapter, to connect Stratux with tablet via USB cable
  • 5 Inches LCD Touchscreen for Stratux Flarm Radar Display
  • 0.96inch display for status reports of the system
  • Koaxial Pigtail Cable SMA to IPX
  • SMA Male to MCX Male
  • internal ADS-B PCB antenna
  • internal 868MHz FLARM PCB antenna
  • external 868MHz FLARM T-Dipole antenna