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Model: CTL-92E

Collins Aerospace - 1046500-004 Transponder Control w/ Flight ID
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CTL-92E

 

FEATURES

  • Digital Display Transponder Control designed to tune TDR-94 and TDR-94D transponders
  • Can be used to tune Proline I TDR-90 when used in conjunction with the CAD-62 Control Adapter
  • Includes European Elementary and Enhanced Mode S Surveillance capabilities
  • Serial tune control unit note: CAD-62 Control Adapter converts serial tuning data to parallel tuning data
  • Models available with black or gray bezel (see table below)
  • Models available with 5 or 28 volt lighting (see table below)
  • Models available with dual transponder capability for use one control - two transponder configurations (see table below)
  • Models available with Mode S Transponder Compatibility (see table below)
  • Same as CTL-92 but includes enhanced surveillance features when used with -007 and up versions of TDR-94 and TDR-94D Transponders

 

SPECIFICATIONS

Weight: 1.2 lbs. Dimensions: 2.375"W x 2.625"H x 7.52"L
TSO: C37c, C34d, C36d, C38e, C40b, C66b, C41c, C74e RTCA Document: DO-160A
EUROCAE: MPS/WG 8/1/71; ED-14A DEUTSCHE BUNDESPOST FTZ: A446R2010
Environmental: DO-160A categories /A2C1/B/PKS/ EXXXXXZ/BZ/AZZ EUROCAE ED-14A Temperature: -30 to +70C
Altitude: 35000 ft. max. Shock: 6 g operational
Power Requirement: 27V dc (16-32) at 0.25A Lighting Power: 5V ac/dc. 350mA or 28Vdc, 100 mA
Lighting Color: Blue-white Display Type: Gas discharge
Brightness Control: Automatic or external potentiometer Electrical Input/Output: EIA RS-422A
Input/Output Format: Commercial Standard Digital Bus (CSDB)    
Part Number Transponder Control Description:
822-1807-001 5VAC/DC or 28VDC lighting, gray panel, No 1-2 switch, Power switch, Flight ID. Replaces CTL-92 -201 and -202.
822-1807-002 5VAC/DC, or 28VDC lighting, black panel, No 1-2 switch, Power switch, Flight ID. Replaces CTL-92 -203 and -204.
822-1807-003 5VAC/DC or 28VDC lighting, gray panel, With 1-2 switch, Power switch, Flight ID. Replaces CTL-92 -205, -206, -305, and -306. 
822-1807-004 5VAC/DC or 28VDC lighting, black panel, With 1-2 switch, Power switch, Flight ID. Replaces CTL-92 -207, -208, -307, and -308.
822-1807-005 5VAC/DC lighting, gray panel, No 1-2 switch, No Power switch, Flight ID. Replaces CTL-92 -209.
822-1807-006 5VAC/DC lighting, gray panel, With 1-2 switch, No Power switch, Flight ID. Replaces CTL-92 -213.


PLEASE NOTE: THE ABOVE LISTED PART NUMBERS REFLECT THE DIFFERENT UNITS ORIGINALLY AVAILABLE BY THE MANUFACTURER AND DO NOT NECESSARILY INDICATE OR REFLECT THE CURRENT AVAILBILITY OF THESE DIFFERENT UNITS BY SOUTHEAST AEROSPACE OR THE AFTERMARKET

 

 

 

822-1807-004
- 1046500-004 Xpndr Control w/ Flight ID
Price Condition Status
$7,950.00 NEW OUTRIGHT STOCK
REQUEST SV OUTRIGHT REQUEST
822-1807-002
- 1046500-002 Xpndr Control w/ Flight ID

NSN: 1680-01-514-7242

Price Condition Status
$7,950.00 NEW OUTRIGHT STOCK
822-1807-003
- 1046500-003 Xpndr Control w/ Flight ID
Price Condition Status
$7,950.00 NEW OUTRIGHT STOCK
822-1807-001
- 1046500-001 Xpndr Control w/ Flight ID
Price Condition Status
$7,950.00 NEW OUTRIGHT REQUEST
822-1807-005
- 1046500-005 Xpndr Control w/ Flight ID
Price Condition Status
$7,950.00 NEW OUTRIGHT REQUEST
822-1807-006
- 1046500-006 Xpndr Control w/ Flight ID
Price Condition Status
$7,950.00 NEW OUTRIGHT REQUEST

Click on a question below to see the answer. If you have a question about this model that is not answered below, please contact questions@seaerospace.com

Most Mode S transponders such as the Honeywell MST-67A and Collins TDR-94D include a feature that allows it to automatically determine the aircraft Registration Number (Tail Number) of U.S. registered (N numbered) aircraft. If the aircraft is U.S. registered and operated where the tail number is used as the call sign (Flight ID), then the operator does not have to manually enter the Flight ID. Therefore, a control head with Flight ID input such as the Honeywell PS-578 or Collins CTL-92E is not required.

The transponder automatically reads the Mode S address assigned to the aircraft. If the Mode S address falls within the range of addresses assigned to the U.S. by the International Civil Aeronautics Organization (ICAO), the MST-67A will automatically convert that Mode S address to the tail number of the aircraft and place it in the Flight ID register for compliance with Elementary Surveillance.

If the aircraft is operated where the Flight ID is not the tail number or the aircraft is not registered in the U.S., then a Flight ID control head is required to allow for manual entry of Flight ID. The flight ID may contain the company-assigned number for that particular flight such as an Airline name and Flight number.
For operators (usually commercial) whose Flight ID changes frequently, a control head such as Honeywell PS-578 or Collins CTL-92E provide for the entry of the Flight ID. The Flight ID may contain the company-assigned number for that particular flight such as an Airline name and Flight number. For civil operators whose Flight ID (usually the aircraft registration number) whose Flight ID does not change, a control with Flight ID input is not required.