Part #: S67-2002

Model: S67-2002

Sensor Systems - Radio Altimeter Antenna
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S67-2002
FEATURES
  • Flush mounted radio altimeter antenna ideal for general aviation radio altimeter systems such as Bendix/King KRA-405 & KRA-405B and Collins ALT-50A & ALT-55B
  • Can be used as a direct replacement for KA-54A (see link)
  • Small size provides easy mounting
  • Ideal for general aviation applications
  • Functionally equivalent to Bendix/King KA-54A and Collins ANT-52 Antennas
  • National Stock Number (NSN) 5985-01-159-9930 and 5985-21-898-6153
SPECIFICATIONS
Temperature Range: -65 to 185F Altitude: Up to 45000 ft.
Weight: 3 oz. Dimensions: .15" H x 3.65"L x 3.65"W
Material: 6061-T6 aluminum/teflon glass Finish: Skydrol resistant enamel
Connector: TNC Frequency: 4200-4400 MHz
Polarization: Linear Impedance: 50 ohms
Side Lobe Level: -40 db Gain: 9.5 dBi
TSO: C87, ARINC 707/552, DO-160 MIL SPEC: MIL-STD-810, MIL-A-9094, MIL-B-5087, MIL-E-5400
Part Number Radio Altimeter Antenna Description:
S67-2002 see details above
S67-2002-12 Same as above except circular baseplate requires mounting with eight (8) screws
S67-2002-14 Same as above except for connector length of 1.0 inch for Raytheon application
S67-2002-45  Same as above except for metalized countersinks and conductor lenght of 1.4 inches. Embraer 170/190 application 

 

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S67-2002
- Radio Altimeter Antenna

NSN: 5985-01-229-5610

Price Condition Status
$650.00 NEW OUTRIGHT STOCK

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The arrows on some radar altimeters are a reference reminder that the antennas must be mounted on the same longitudinal axis on the aircraft. Normally, the antennas are mounted so that the arrow head of one antenna points to the tail of the other antenna arrow. The 2 arrows can point at each other as long as they are on the same longitudinal axis. Click here to view a basic diagram of proper radar altimeter antenna installation.