Part #: 066-01177-0101

Model: KTA-910

BendixKing - Traffic Awareness Unit (TCAS I)
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  • Traffic Advisory System (TAS) - active traffic surveillance system TSO'd to C-147
  • Provides all of the capability of the KTA-870 with the added certification of TCAS I
  • Operates using an active Mode C interrogation technique
  • Can track up to 60 intruder aircraft and display up to 30
  • Eight pilot selectable ranges from 2-40 nm
  • Will track and display three levels of intruders: non-threat, proximity intruder and Traffic Advisory (TA)
  • Non-threat aircraft are defined as at a relative altitude more than +-1200 ft. or at a range over 5 nm of your aircraft (depicted by open white diamond)
  • Proximity intruders are defined as at a relative altitude within +-1200 ft. and/or at a range under 5 nm (depicted by solid white diamond)
  • Traffic Advisory (TA) will sound as audible tone and be depicted as solid yellow circle indicating that Closest Point of Approach (CPA) with other aircraft is within 30 seconds
  • Compatible for display on most modern multifunction displays (MFD)
  • Typical system consists of KTA-810 processor unit, (2) KA-815 directional antennas, configuration module, and installation kits
  • Uses KA-815 Top and bottom mounted (dual) directional antenna system (Note: See FAQ for antenna installation restrictions)
  • Dual antenna system provides estimated bearing to aircraft
  • Configuration module provides mean to store aircraft specific information such as aircraft configuration, audio levels, etc.
  • KAC-502 traffic module required for use with Bendix/King KMD-550 and KMD-850 MFDs
  • System will interface to IVA-81D TCAS indicators and IN-182A radar indicators
  • Other displays with ARINC 735A may be used to display traffic with system
Width: 4.5" Height: 7.0"
Length: 13.8 Weight: 8.75 lbs.
Input Power: 22-30VDC Temperature: -20 to +70C
Power Input: 10-33 VDC (20W) TSO C147 Class A


- Traffic Awareness Unit (TCAS I)

NSN: 6615-01-593-1670

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Many avionics systems require a configuration or setup process. This process is required to interface certain avionics systems to other systems in the aircraft that will be inputting or outputting information to and from these systems. Some examples of systems that require a configuration or setup process include:


In addition, most newer technology or solid state systems require configuration via computer interface of some type. A qualified avionics technician should always refer to the appropriate manufacturer's installation manual for complete information and instructions.
No, an STC is not required for TAS (Traffic Awareness) and/or TCAS I installations on Part 91 and Part 135 aircraft. FAA order 8900.1 provides guidance for a follow on field approval by the FAA. An FAA approved Aircraft Flight Manual Supplement is required as well.
No, neither the KTA-970 TAS or KTA-970 TCAS I systems are upgradable for TCAS II. Please refer to the appropriate STC for the TCAS II system applies to your aircraft.