Part #: 4000946-5201

Model: IN-152A






Monochrome Radar Indicator

Part Number :

  • Monochrome Radar Indicator used in various 2-piece and 3-piece Bendix radar systems
  • Low-profile design
  • Provides steady, non-fading display of weather and ground targets with digital memory storage
  • Contains optical bandpass filter which allows for viewing in strong sunlight
  • Contains front panel selections of power, range, tilt adjustment of antenna, receiver gain control, hold, and self-test
  • Range markings of 5/1, 10/2, 20/4, 40/10, 80/20, 160/40
  • Models available with 14 and 28 Vdc panel lighting



Dimensions: 6.17"W x 3.88"H x 9.52"D Weight: 5.5 lbs.
Display Size: Actual - 4.34" x 3.33" TSO: CA/KM/AAAXXXXXX, Class 6
Part Number: Description:
4000946-5201  Monochrome Radar Indicator with 28V dc panel lighting
4000946-5202 Monochrome Radar Indicator with 14 Vdc panel lighting


- Monochrome Radar Indicator

NSN: 5826-01-141-9962

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