Why can't I see distant traffic in ForeFlight?
ForeFlight only displays traffic in a 3,500' bubble around your aircraft. From their Mobile Pilot Guide:
"The Hide Distant Traffic setting, shown when your iPad
or iPhone is connected to an ADS-B receiver, is accessed
via the “Gear” button on the Maps page or on the More page
under Devices > ADS-B receiver > Status.When switched ON,
this setting hides traffic that is more than 15NM away from
your current GPS location and/or more than 3,500’ above or
below your current altitude. This allows you to hide
distant traffic targets and may be useful if you are flying
in busy airspace or near large airports with lots of commercial
You can verify the traffic your Stratux is seeing by
going to the traffic tab on 192.168.10.1 in a web browser on a device
connected to the stratux WiFi network.
ForeFlight traffic altitude displays in error
ForeFlight has a known software bug where they use pressure altitude information from the Stratux instead of GPS altitude causing reported altitudes of traffic to be off by thousands of feet. You can force ForeFlight to use GPS altitude by disabled ...
Why isn’t weather displaying?
You need to enable the weather layer in your flight bag software. Stratux contains no map display software. ForeFlight instructions. NOTE: Weather only shows up in air since line of sight with an ADS-B tower is needed. Usually around 1,000 AGL. Here ...
How do I stop traffic alerts from my own aircraft?
Easiest way to solve it is to go to the traffic page on 192.168.10.1 while flying and finding the aircraft that is at your altitude and 0.1 miles away. It'll give you the hex code. Put that into the hex field replacing your planes transponder source ...
Avare setup guide
Here's a video guide on setting up Avare. There's also a user forum with a dedicated Stratux section. Step by step guide from the forum: 1-In your Tablet / receiving device, make sure WiFi is ON. 2-Start your Stratux and wait until your device is ...
Introduction video and basic operation
Video link for the short getting start guide explaining basic operation and tips. Plug the unit into the battery. On boot up you should get a red light indicating power and the fan will turn on momentarily to show you its working then stay off until ...