Airspaces

18.09.2020

The air spaces for the Maxx are finally here! Display with side view and top view, zoom levels can be selected. Screen update rate is up to 10Hz, warnings are integrated. Airspaces can be downloaded at XContest in XC Tracer format.

A first beta release R07_RC01 is available for download

Dolomity SuperFly 2020

30.08.2020

Congratulations to Patrick von Känel, Christian Maurer and Sepp Inniger on their Swiss triple victory in the Dolomity SuperFly 2020! It was pleasure to watch the athletes racing through the Dolomites. Even better was to know that they have all been using an XC Tracer Maxx!

XC Tracer Maxx is an excellent choice for hike & fly adventures and races: Perfectly readable display even in bright sunshine, vario with no time-lag, integrated Flarm collision avoidence system, free live tracking with OGN, long battery life of up to 60h, very reliable, and light as a feather. And Swiss Made!

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Fly safer with Maxx

02.08.2020

In the latest firmware of the XC Tracer Maxx the automatic shutdown is deactivated. The Maxx has a long battery autonomy of up to 60h and sends out a Flarm signal twice per second during this time. In case a pilot is missing after a flight, this Flarm signal can be searched for up to 60h on Open Glider Network OGN and by Search And Rescue Services SAR.

Eigertour 2020

17.07.2020

Congratulations to Sepp Inniger and Tommy Friedrich for the great race at Eigertour 2020. Both are on the podium, with rank 2 for Sepp and rank 3 for Tommy. We are looking forward for an thrilling Red Bull X-Alps 2021!

And which flight instrument did they use for the race? An XC Tracer Maxx! A featherweight vario with no time lag, a perfectly readable screen, and with an integrated Flarm anti-collision system. Simply perfect for hike & fly.

Firmware Update

04.06.2020

For almost all XC Tracer Varios new firmware can be installed, information about the new version can be found in the changelogs.

XC Tracer Maxx

04.06.2020

Do you want to know how the Maxx looks like when flying? Then click on the photo!