|CALL OR RFQ||NEW OUTRIGHT||RFQ||
|TSO:||C36d, c40b, C34d, C35d, C37c, C38c, C66b||RTCA:||DO-160A, DO-131A, DO-153A, DO-132A, DO-143, DO-156, DO-157, DO-151A|
|EUROCAE:||ED-46, ED-22A, ED-47, 1/WG 7/70, ED-23, ED-24, MPS/WG 8/1/71||Environmental:||DO-160A, categories /A2E1/B/JY/ EXXXXXZ/BZ/AZA/ EUROCAE ED-14A|
|Weight:||0.7 lb.||Dimensions:||3.35"H x 1.04"W x 5.00"L|
|Temperature:||-55 to 70C (operation)||Altitude:||70000 ft.|
|Power Requirement:||+27.5 VDC, 0.2A max||Cooling:||Convection|
|Part Number||Control Adapter Description:|
|622-8332-001||Original version, see details above|
|622-8332-002||Current production version, see details above|
|$950.00||OH OUTRIGHT||CALL OR RFQ|
|CALL OR RFQ||NEW OUTRIGHT||CALL OR RFQ|
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The CTL-X0 is 30-40 years old. Service parts from Collins are either no longer available or extremely expensive. It is not cost effective nor possible in some situations to continue to utilize the CTL-X0 controls in your aircraft. Southeast Aerospace recommends converting the CTL-X0 controls over to the Collins CTL-X2 Proline II controls.
The CTL-X2 is not a direct replacement for the CTL-X0 controls. A connector change, CAD adapter, and locally fabricated panel filler plate are required for the change. A qualified avionics technician should perform this modification. While this is a moderately involved retrofit, it is a change that is eminent and will ultimately be required if you continue to use your original Proline I radios.