DME-40 622-1233-001

Rockwell Collins - DME Transceiver
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DME-40
FEATURES
  • Low-power, lightweight, low-profile distance measuring equipment specifically designed for general aviation aircraft
  • Typically used with 339F-12 series, IND-40 series, or IND-41 series DME indicators
  • With indicator, system displays distance to ground station in nautical miles, aircraft ground speed in knots or time-to-station in minutes
  • With IND-41 series indicators, elapsed time can also be displayed
  • Can be tuned with CTL-30, 313N-4D or equivalent VHF NAV control units
SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions: 5.08"W x 3.5"H x 13.7" Weight: 7.2 lbs.
FAA TSO: C66A RTCA document: DO-138
Environmental: /AD/AJNG/AAAEXXXXX Temperature: -54 to +55 C (continuous)
Altitude: 45000 ft. max. (operate) Cooling: Convection
Control: 2x5 per ARINC 410 Number of channels: 252
Time-to-Station display: 0 to 99 minutes Ground speed display: 80 to 999 knots
Dynamic tracking: 0 to 999 knots Range: 0 to 463 km (0 to 250 nmi)
Transmitter Frequency band: 1025 to 1150 MHz Receiver Frequency band: 962 to 1213 MHz
Transmitter power: 300 watts peak Receiver sensitivity: -82 dBm
Tune time: 50 ms Lock-on time: 1 second
Adjacent channel rejection: 50 dB Memory: 12 seconds
Audio identification: 50 mW, 600 ohms Flag load: 25 mA maximum
Distance analog: +40 mV/nmi    
Part NumberDME Transceiver Description:
622-1233-001 see details above

 

622-1233-001
- DME Transceiver

NSN: 5826-01-008-0927

Price Condition Delivery
$1,950.00 SV OUTRIGHT IN STOCK

SEA Repair Capabilities: Yes

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Due to the age of the DME-40, most repairs needed are not economically feasible. In particular, PA tube replacement within the DME-40 exceeds the outright value of the unit. If you have any questions regarding related repairs and service work for the DME-40, please send an RFQ or contact our Service Department for a quick response.
Collins Proline I began production in the early to mid 1970s and was very common in many business aircraft in the 1970s and early 1980s. The original instruction manuals for most of the units is dated in 1974. Although production of the Proline continued through the 1980s, it can be assumed that a Proline I unit is 20-30 years old on average.
Most of the Collins Proline I components were originally manufactured in the early 1970s. Collins has continued to produce some of the Proline I components by special order over the past 30 years however large scale production stopped many years ago. Most of the Collins Proline I product lines incorporates 1960s and 70s analog technology. Collins has superseded the Proline I product line several times with the Proline II, Proline IV, and Proline 21 lines. As a result, some service parts needed to maintain and repair original Collins Proline I components are no longer available. Therefore, you may experience limited to no warranty available and unreliability for many of the Proline I units.

Southeast Aerospace offers many affordable, upgradeable options that are available for aircraft with Collins Proline I. As avionics integration specialists and premiere Collins dealer, Southeast Aerospace is experienced and knowledgeable on all Collins Proline generations.

If you are interested in upgrading any of your original Collins Proline I systems, please contact us for the most reasonable, optimal choice available.