|Size:||1.1"W x 4.0"H x 10.67"L||Weight:||1.5 lbs.|
|TSO Categories:||C34c Operation Performance Category II; Class D; DO-138 Env. Cat. BA/JN/AZAXXXXXX||Number of channels:||40 (150KHz spacing)|
|Centering Accuracy:||Less than +10ua under all service conditions||Frequency Range:||329.15MHz to 335.00MHz|
|Temperature Range:||-46C to +55C for continuous operation||Mounting:||Rigid, any position|
|Input Impedance:||50 ohms||Sensitivity:||20uv or less for 60% of standard deflection|
|Altitude:||To 30,000 feet||Design:||Solid state remote mounted unit. Capable of operating with standard ARINC meter loads|
|Duty Cycle:||Continuous||Loads:||Capable of operating eight 1000 ohm deviation loads and nine 1000 ohm alarm flag loads|
|Part Number||Glideslope Receiver Description|
|066-1063-00||14/28 volt, TSO'd|
SEA Repair Capabilities: Yes
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No, however Southeast Aerospace suggests replacing the KI-214 with a separate VOR/LOC/GS indicator and glideslope receiver such as the KI-209 and KN-75.
The KI-214 is no longer supported by Bendix/King (Honeywell) and most service parts needed to repair the KI-214 are not available. As always, it is the installer's responsibility to verify compatibility of the KN-75 GS receiver with the Nav radios installed in the aircraft.