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.
- To convert from the CTL-20 Comm control, the CTL-22, CAD-31, mating connectors, and CAD bracket are required.
- To convert from the CTL-30 Nav control, the CTL-32, CAD-31, mating connectors, and CAD bracket are required.
- To convert from the CTL-60 ADF control, the CTL-62, CAD-62, mating connectors, and CAD bracket are required.
- To convert from the CTL-90 Transponder control, the CTL-92, CAD-62, mating connectors, and CAD bracket are required.
For an exact SEA quote to convert from your CTL-X0 control, please provide the part number of your CTL-X0. Contact SEA with this information and an SEA rep will provide a quotation immediately.