VHF Comm (8.33)
|Dimensions:||1.65" H x 6.25" W x 10.4" D (11.23" D behind panel, including mounting rack and connectors)||Weight:||2.30 lbs unit only; 3.06 lbs with mounting rack|
|Altitude:||55,000 ft||Temperature Range:||-20C to +55C|
|Input Voltage range:||9 to 33 VDC||Transmit power:||10 W|
|Certifications:||TSO C169a (transmitting and receiving), TSO C128a (stuck mic)|
|Part Number||VHF COm Description:|
|Please Note: Garmin "010" P/N's are Catalog ONLY|
|010-01026-50||Standard Kit, Helicopter Installation Only|
|010-02484-50||Standard Kit, Fixed Wing Installation Only|
|011-02807-00||Unit Only P/N, Helicopter Installation Only|
|011-02807-40||Unit Only P/N, Fixed Wing Installation Only|
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Garmin has provided Service Advisory 2051 for general recommendations, materials, and supplies to clean and disinfect Garmin products. Otherwise, not following the recommendations could void the warranty.
Yes but there are installation factors to consider. It is very enticing to overwhelmingly consider the Garmin GTR-225 radios over the BendixKing KY radios since the Garmin radios can be puchased at a fraction (50%+) of the cost of the BendixKing radios. We are referring to New radios not used/reconditioned. However, it should be noted that the Garmin radios are approximately .3 inches higher than the KY radios. The rear mount cutout height for the KY radios is 1.30"; front mount is 1.35". The Garmin GTR cutout is 1.65" for rear mount and 1.77" for front mount.
The GTR-225 contains a large database of Com frequencies that may be recalled by airport identifier.
The GTR-225 contains a database with worldwide frequency data. With an appropriate GPS source, the GTR-225 locates nearby airports/airspace and their associated frequencies.
The GTR-225 (10 watt) Com radio operates in the aviation voice band, from 118.000 to 136.975 MHz, in 25 kHz steps (default). For European operations, the additional Com radio configuration of 8.33 kHz steps is provided with the GTR-225A (10 watt) and GTR-225B (16 watt).
The last 20 Com frequencies that have been used are kept in the list of recent com frequencies and can be accessed in this function.
The GTR-225 uses a standard USB memory device to load the frequency database. The memory device is not provided by Garmin. The Frequency database is stored internally and the USB memory device is only used to transfer the database into the unit.
The GTR-225 will report the 25 nearest Airports (APT) frequencies, when interfaced with an appropriate GPS receiver and frequency database.