|Size:||6.312" w x 1.55" h x 11.62" L||Weight:||2.6 lbs max (unit only)|
|Temperature:||-20°C to +55°C||Altitude Range:||Up to 35,000 ft|
|Power Input:||+28VDC @ 1.2A, 14VDC @ 2.4A||Power Output:||+15VDC @ .2A -15VDC @ .2A +5VDC @ .2A 10VAC 506 Hz @ 2.5 VA|
|Vertical Reference:||2 Wire, Pitch & Roll, 206mVAC per degree; 2 Wire, Pitch & Roll, 206mVAC per degree (EFIS)||Directional Reference:||2 Wire Heading Datum, 550mVDC/Degree; 2 Wire Heading Datum, 393mVAC/Degree (EFIS)|
|Course Datum:||2 Wire Course Datum, 210mVDC/Degree; 2 Wire Heading Datum, 393mVAC/Degree (EFIS)||VOR/RNAV Receiver:||60mV/Deg/Localizer, 15mV per Deg/VOR, 30mV/NM RNAV Enroute, 120mV/NM RNAV APPR|
|LOC Energize Sense:||Ground for LOC Enable||Glideslope Receiver:||214mV/Deg|
|Symbol Generator (EFIS) Valid:||0/28V, 1 Wire||Glideslope Valid:||180mV for Valid|
|Middle Maker Sense:||1 Wire, 2VDC Min for MKR on||Outer Marker Sense:||1 Wire, 2VDC Min for MKR on|
|Pitch Servo Tach Feedback:||2 Wire, DC Differential voltage||Roll Servo Tach Feedback:||2 Wire, DC Differential voltage|
|Switched 28VDC:||1 Wire||Yaw Damp Engage:||1 Wire|
|Compass Valid:||Hi = Invalid, Ground = Valid; 28V = Valid, Ground = Invalid (EFIS)||Back Lighting:||3 wires (14 or 28V inputs)|
|Pitch Servo Drive:||2 Wire DC Differential, 0 to 28V max||Roll Servo Drive:||2 Wire DC Differential, 0 to 28V max|
|Servo Clutch Engages:||1 Wire, 14V or 28V to engage||AP Valid:>||Open = Valid, Ground = Invalid|
|VG Excitation:||10VAC @ 506Hz||Pre-Flight Test Out:||1 Wire 28V = Test Mode On|
|External Annunciation:||7 wires|
|Part Number||Flight Computer Description:|
|065-0042-00||14 volt - obsoleted|
|065-0042-01||28 volt - obsoleted|
|065-0042-02||14 volt - standard|
|065-0042-03||28 volt - standard|
|065-0042-04||14 volt - With G-Dump|
|065-0042-05||28 volt - With G-Dump|
|065-0042-06||14 volt - With Improved G-Dump|
|065-0042-07||28 volt - With Improved G-Dump|
|065-0042-09||28 volt - For Lake Renegade|
|065-0042-12||28 volt - With Lightning Resistance|
|065-0042-15||REPLACES all FLAVORS|
|065-0042-16||For EFIS Installations|
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Service bulletin 11 for the KI-256 reduces loading effects to the autopilot pitch and roll outputs. It is required in most installations where the KI-256 is used with the KC-192 autopilot computer Part Number 065-0042-15.
Negotiating the exchange price of a unit only limits the allowable repair cap for the core unit. Southeast Aerospace's exchange transactions are based on the return of economically repairable core unit. Once the core is received and evaluated, the core repair cost incurred by SEA cannot exceed 75% of the original exchange price. That is, it cannot cost SEA more than 75% of the original OH/SV exchange price collected from the customer. Therefore, when and if an SEA exchange price is discounted, there is a risk that additional charges may be assessed once the core is returned and evaluated.
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According to Honeywell Installation Bulletin 385, KC-192 Part Number 065-0042-15 a direct replacement for any of the following part numbers:
The adapter modules used in the aircraft configuration have not been changed and function exactly the same exactly the same with the -15 computers. Click Here to download the Installation Bulletin.
When using the updated KC-192 -15 computer, check the mod status of the KI-256. If the KI-256 does not have Mod 11, then you may encounter alignment issues with the updated KC-192. Therefore, it is highly suggested (and necessary in some cases) to incorporate Mod 11 into the KI-256. KI-256 Service Bulletin 11 updates a PC board in the indicator that reduces loading effects to the pitch and roll outputs. The cost to incorporate Service Bulletin into the KI-256 is approximately $1000.
No, there are not different model computers that will replace the KC-191 or KC-192 computers. However, the -15 version of each computer replaces older, existing part numbers for each computer. Please refer to Honeywell Installation Bulletin No. 385 for reference.