|$2,450.00||OH OUTRIGHT||IN WORK||
|$1,550.00||OH EXCHANGE||IN WORK||
|$5,395.00||NEW OUTRIGHT||1 IN STOCK||VIEW|
|Size:||6.25"W x 2.00"H x 10.16"L||Weight:||4.0 lbs|
|power required:||27.5VDC, Receive, .6A, Transmit, 6.0A||maximum altitude:||50,000 ft|
|TSO:||C34e Glideslope Receiver C36e Class A, ILS Localizer Receiver C37d Class 4 & 6 VHF Transmitter C38d Class C, D VHF, ReceiverC40c VOR Receiver||TRANSMITTER OUTOUT:||Communication Transceiver: 10 W Min|
|FREQUENCY RANGE:||Communication Transceiver: 118.000 MHz to 13.975 MHz in 25 kHz increments, 118.000 MHz to 136.9916 MHz in 8.33kHz increments (118.000 - 136.990 displayed per DO 186a & ED-23B) (8.33 kHz capable KX-165A only), Navigation Receiver: 118.000 MHz to 117~ .95M||DO 160ENV:||DO-160c, A1D1/-BA/BMNPS/XXXXXXZB/AB/BATAXXX|
|RATING TEMPERATURE:||-20º to +55ºC|
|069-01033-0101||NAV/COM, 28V, Glideslope Receiver, 25kHz channel spacing|
|069-01033-0201||NAV/COM, 28V, Glideslope Receiver, 8.33 kHz channel spacing|
|$2,450.00||OH OUTRIGHT||IN WORK|
|$1,550.00||OH EXCHANGE||IN WORK|
|$5,395.00||NEW OUTRIGHT||1 IN STOCK|
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On the KX-155A and KX-165A radios, only the active part of the COMM display is visble while in direct tune mode. This mode is also called ACTIVE ENTRY is another method of entering an operating frequency into the radio and is accessed by pushing and holding the COMM transfer button for 2 or more seconds.
The KX-155 and KX-165 LED display upgrade involves more than simply changing a display assembly as it was with the original gas discharge displays
manufactured in the KX-155 and KX-165 radios.
The LED kit includes several parts including wire for the 9 circuit jumpers, fuse, resistors, capacitor,
LED display and a display driver board.
|Navigation (Nav) and Communication (Comm) radio receivers and transceivers are available as separate, individual radios or as a combined Nav/Comm unit.
A Nav/Comm unit is sometimes more economical in price than the 2 separate Nav and Comm radios and usually requires less panel space.
Obviously, one disadvantage to the combined Nav/Comm unit is in the case of unit failure you lose both nav and comm functions since the entire unit is removed.