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Model: KDF-805

BendixKing - ADF Receiver
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  • Digitally tuned automatic direction finder capable of tuning the frequency range of 200KHz - 1799KHz in 1 KHz increments
  • Includes audio muting, a BFO, internal 400Hz power capable of driving two RMIs and a phase modulated pointing system
  • Typically used with KFS-580B which allows the operator to control function, volume, frequency selection, and BFO
  • Typically used with KA-36 loop antenna with seperate sense antenna or KA-42B combined loop/sense antenna with KA-135 matching assembly
  • Can be used with nav indicators such as KNI-580 and KNI-585
Size: 3.00"W x 5.1"H x 10.00"L Weight: 4.7 lbs.
TSO Compliance: TSO-C41c; Cat.-AAJAAAXXXXXX, Class A Applicable Documents: RTCA DO-138, RTCA DO-142
Frequency Range: 200KHz to 1799KHz in 1 KHz increments Receiver Selectivity: 6db B.W.: 4KHz; 80db B.W.: 14KHz
Bearing Accuracy: +- 3 degrees Spurious Responses: 200KHz-800KHz 80db min. ; 801Khz-1799KHz 60db min.
Internal 400Hz Power: Sufficient to drive 2 synchro receivers BFO: 1020Hz tone generated when carrier received
Part NumberADF Receiver Description:
066-1047-01 see above information


- ADF Receiver
Price Condition Delivery

SEA Repair Capabilities: Yes

- ADF Receiver

NSN: 5826-01-061-1238

Price Condition Delivery

SEA Repair Capabilities: Yes

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Two indicators can be used as stand alone indicators for the KDF-805 ADF system. The KNI-580 contains a manually rotable magnetic bearing card and ADF pointer. The KNI-585 is identical in appearance to the KNI-580 except that it has no manual bearing setting knob. The magnetic heading is automatically displayed on the card of the KNI-585 when used with a slaved magnetic compass system.
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