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Panel Mount Radios & Primary Flight Displays
  • GARMIN
    • GNC 420 GPS/COMM
    • GNS 430W GPS/NAV/COMM
    • GNS 530W GPS/NAV/COMM
    • GMA 340 TSO
    • G600 PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY
    • GTX 327 TPX
    • GTX 330
  • Bendix King
    • KY 96A and 97A VHF Tranceivers
    • KY 196A and KY197A Comm Tranceivers
    • KN 64 Digital DME
    • KT 76A Transponder
    • KLX 135A GPS/COMM
    • KX 155A and 165A NAV/COMM
    • KR 87 Digital ADF
    • KT 79 Transponder

Hand Held Radios

 

Panel Mount
Garmin

Garmin GNS 530W GPS/NAV/Comm

View the specifications on the Garmin GPS page.

The WAAS-certified GNS 530W and its slightly smaller sibling, GNS 430W, lead the industry with multitasking, integrated avionics and cutting-edge WAAS navigation. The standard GNS 530W features a 10-watt comm, and for a slightly higher price, GNS 530AW delivers 16 watts of power output. Both versions come with optional Class B TAWS alerting to warn you of potential terrain and obstacle conflicts along your flight path.

Integrate Your Avionics
GNS 530W is an all-in-one GPS/Nav/Comm solution. It features a WAAS-certified GPS, 2280-channel capacity comm and 200-channel ILS/VOR with localizer and glideslope. Traditionally it would take a host of components to provide the capabilities of this one smart box. High-speed 5 Hz processing makes navigation calculations and map redraw rates five times faster than earlier GNS series navigators.

Fly WAAS Approaches
GNS 530W comes with built-in WAAS navigation capabilities. It is approved to fly LPV “glideslope” approaches without reference to ground-based navaids of any kind. Featuring an advanced 15-channel receiver capable of five position updates per second, GNS 530W meets the FAA's stringent TSO C146a standards for WAAS "sole means" navigation — providing vertical and lateral approach guidance into thousands of U.S. airports previously inaccessible in IFR conditions.

Get High-Resolution Mapping
GNS 530W's 5-inch high-contrast display with brilliant colors makes it easy to read and interpret pilot-critical information. Effective use of color makes it easy to see your position relative to ground features, chart data, navaids, flight plan routings, approach procedures and more. Conveniently scan information from wide viewing angles, even in direct sunlight.

Enhance Situational Awareness
GNS 530W seamlessly integrates built-in terrain and navigation databases, providing a clear, concise picture of where you are and where you’re heading. The 530W's huge Jeppesen® database, updated with front-loading data cards, contains location reference for all airports, VORs, NDBs, Intersections, Flight Service Stations, published approaches, SIDs/STARs, Special Use Airspace and geopolitical boundaries. A detailed basemap shows airports, cities, highways, railroads, rivers, lakes, coastlines and more. Using information from the built-in terrain and U.S. obstacles databases, the 530W displays color coding to graphically alert you when proximity conflicts loom ahead. In addition, you can augment GNS 530W with optional Class-B Terrain Awareness and Warning System (TAWS) for an extra margin of safety in the air.

Put It on Autopilot
Working in tandem with standard autopilots that accept roll-steering commands, GNS 530W behaves like a high-end flight management system (FMS) and can automatically fly your aircraft through holding patterns, procedure turns and other position-critical IFR flight procedures.

Expand Your Panel Mount
GNS 530W is easy to interface with a wide array of optional sensors and tracking systems, allowing you to see and avoid hazards such as threatening weather, lightning or air traffic. With an optional subscription to XM WX Satellite Weather™ and the addition of the GDL 69 or 69A datalink receiver, you’ll have access to up-to-the-minute, high resolution weather for the U.S., right in the cockpit. Information includes NEXRAD, METARs, TAFs, lightning and more and can be laid directly over Jeppesen and topographic map databases. With an additional monthly service fee, GDL 69A delivers XM Satellite Radio to your aircraft. Add the Garmin GTX 330 Mode S transponder, and GNS 530W will also display Traffic Information Services (TIS) alerts that identify surrounding air traffic.

Garmin GNS 430W GPS/NAV/Comm

GNS 430

View the specifications on the Garmin GPS page.

The WAAS-certified GNS 430W and its larger sibling, GNS 530W, lead the industry with multitasking, integrated avionics and cutting-edge WAAS navigation. The standard GNS 430W features a 10-watt comm, and for a slightly higher price, GNS 430AW delivers 16 watts of power output.

Integrate Your Avionics
GNS 430W is an all-in-one GPS/Nav/Comm solution. It features a WAAS-certified GPS, 2280-channel capacity comm and 200-channel ILS/VOR with localizer and glideslope. Traditionally it would take a host of components to provide the capabilities of this one smart box. High-speed 5 Hz processing makes navigation calculations and map redraw rates five times faster than earlier GNS series navigators.

Fly WAAS Approaches
GNS 430W comes with built-in WAAS navigation capabilities. It is approved to fly LPV “glideslope” approaches without reference to ground-based navaids of any kind. Featuring an advanced 15-channel receiver capable of five position updates per second, GNS 430W meets the FAA's stringent TSO C146a standards for WAAS "sole means" navigation — providing vertical and lateral approach guidance into thousands of U.S. airports previously inaccessible in IFR conditions.

Get High-Resolution Mapping
GNS 430W's 4-inch high-contrast display with brilliant colors makes it easy to read and interpret pilot-critical information. Effective use of color makes it easy to see your position relative to ground features, chart data, navaids, flight plan routings, approach procedures and more. Conveniently scan information from wide viewing angles, even in direct sunlight.

Enhance Situational Awareness
GNS 430W seamlessly integrates built-in terrain and navigation databases, providing a clear, concise picture of where you are and where you’re heading. The 430W's huge Jeppesen® database, updated with front-loading data cards, contains location reference for all airports, VORs, NDBs, Intersections, Flight Service Stations, published approaches, SIDs/STARs, Special Use Airspace and geopolitical boundaries. A detailed basemap clearly shows airports, cities, highways, railroads, rivers, lakes, coastlines and more. Using information from the built-in terrain and U.S. obstacles databases, the 430W displays color coding to graphically alert you when proximity conflicts loom ahead.

Put It on Autopilot
Working in tandem with standard autopilots that accept roll-steering commands, GNS 430W behaves like a high-end flight management system (FMS) and can automatically fly your aircraft through holding patterns, procedure turns and other position-critical IFR flight procedures.

Expand Your Panel Mount
GNS 430W is easy to interface with a wide array of optional sensors and tracking systems, allowing you to see and avoid hazards such as threatening weather, lightning or air traffic. With an optional subscription to XM WX Satellite Weather™ and the addition of the GDL 69 or 69A datalink receiver, you’ll have access to up-to-the-minute, high resolution weather for the U.S., right in the cockpit. Information includes NEXRAD, METARs, TAFs, lightning and more and can be laid directly over Jeppesen and topographic map databases. With an additional monthly service fee, GDL 69A delivers XM Satellite Radio to your aircraft. Add the Garmin GTX 330 Mode S transponder, and GNS 430W will also display Traffic Information Services (TIS) alerts that identify surrounding air traffic.

GTX 330

A panel-mounted Mode S digital transponder series with traffic datalink capability and dedicated pushbutton keys for squawk code selection, the GTX 330 family brings ATC aircraft surveillance to new levels of precision, reliability and performance.

Leading the way with ADS-B

With IFR-certified ES, or Extended Squitter, versions of the GTX 330, Garmin has taken the lead in providing an affordable pathway to ADS-B compliance for the FAA’s proposed Next Generation airspace system. Using precise GPS-referenced positioning information, the extended squitter technology enables transponders to automatically transmit more accurate, and more useful, traffic surveillance data – including aircraft flight ID, position, altitude, velocity, climb/descent, and heading information. (Compared to traditional Mode S and Mode C transponders, which can only broadcast altitude, and thus require ground-based radar to correlate and identify the aircraft’s position.)

Traffic in simulcast

As the first general aviation transponder to receive TSO-C166a authorization for 1090 MHz extended squitter transmission, Garmin’s GTX 330 ES improves upon the existing transponder query system – while working seamlessly with existing ATC protocols. The ADS-B reports provide ground controllers with considerably faster updates than traditional radar. And by simultaneously broadcasting this information to TAS or TCAS equipped pilots, it enables them to essentially see the same traffic picture for their location that ATC is watching on the ground. Thus, with everyone in the ADS-B loop watching and reacting to the same flight trajectories, safe separation is far easier to maintain.

The quality shows

All the features of Garmin’s standard GTX 330 transponder are retained in the ES version: Solid-state design, 250-watt transmitter, remote ident and auto standby, altitude monitor with voice alerts, TIS traffic interface, and an easy-to-read LCD display that reverses its numbers out of black for optimal viewing in all lighting conditions. A dedicated VFR squawk code button makes entering the numbers quick and easy. And a variety of useful timing and display functions include flight time, count-up and count-down timers, plus current pressure altitude. The GTX 330 can also be used to satisfy the European mandate for Mode S level 2 surveillance. And an antenna diversity option is added with the GTX 330D – for improved air-to-air surveillance of TCAS-equipped aircraft flying above you.

GTX 330: Better surveillance for busier airspace.

GNC 420XL GPS/COMM


With the GNC 420, Garmin has taken the navigation accuracy of a GPS and combined it with a 10-watt Comm and a color display to make the first color GPS/comm in the industry. With its frequency nomination feature, pilots can easily load their next Comm frequency into standby with the touch of a button. Additionally, the GNC 420 is a self-contained unit–meaning annunciation is included in one box–eliminating the need and additional expense of a separate annunciation unit. The GNC 420 is also TSO C129a certified for a non-precision approach.

GTX 327 TPX


With the introduction of the GTX 327 solid-state Mode C digital transponder, Garmin revolutionizes a part of the panel that has been long overlooked. This full-featured, TSO certified transponder brings a unique level of functionality and utility to your airplane. Its solid-state transmitter provides 200 watts nominal power output and eliminates the need for a cavity tube which, when it fails, will be expensive to replace. And since the GTX 327's design is 100 percent solid state, there's lower power consumption, much lower heat emission, and no warm up time–all of which translates into a longer service life.
Some of the GTX 327's biggest features are the easiest to see. Among them, the easy-reading DSTN Liquid Crystal Display which reverses the numbers out of black for optimal viewing. The numeric keypad makes entering a squawk code a snap, and a dedicated VFR button allows for quick-and-easy 1200/VFR squawking. The GTX 327 also offers important timing and display functions such as flight time and count-up and count-down timers, as well as current pressure altitude.Together, these features represent a whole new standard in transponder utility.

Garmin Multi-Function Display GMX200

New multi-function display in a fully intergrated avionics solution. Unmatched performance and functionality. A large color AMLCD display at 6" diagonally, with 640 x 480 pixels, 65,000 different color combinations, and clarity you have to see to believe. Multiple charting options and capabilities that provide an extra margin of safety. VFR charting function generates sectional-like maps with airports, VORs, NDBs, intersections, user waypoints, airspace topographical details, highways, the flight plan route, and more. IFR charting function generates IFR enroute maps with navaids, and more. Terrain Awareness charting function combines world wide elevation database with GPS position inputs. Lightning function has full BF Goodrich WX500 compatibility, displaying lightning strikes relative to track of the aircraft. Custom overlay function let pilot customize the MX20 by combining some or all of the charting options on one display. Flight plan function provides a summary page for the active plan including bearing, distance, time to waypoints with database information about each waypoint. 

GMA 340 NAV/COMM


Garmin's new GMA 340 audio panel meets the needs of aircraft owners and operators who require reliability and versatility in the essential audio switching function.
The GMA 340 features innovative LED-illuminated push button controls that allow audio selection of both NAV and Comm audio. Large buttons activate the Comm microphone and audios for up to three Comm transceivers to simplify cockpit workload. Another feature of the GMA 340 is the Split Comm, which allows the pilot to transmit/receive on Comm 1 and the co-pilot to transmit/receive on Comm 2. MASQ™ processing reduces ambient noise from the avionics inputs. Comm transmit indication is also provided. Speaker selection is available to monitor the aircraft radios or to make PA announcements. There are two unswitched inputs for telephone ringers, altitude alert warnings, or other warning tones. In addition, the GMA 340 includes a six-place VOX intercom with three selectable modes of isolation, dual stereo music inputs, and independent pilot, co-pilot, and passenger volume control. Each microphone input has a dedicated VOX circuit to ensure that only the active microphone is heard when squelch is broken. Special cabin noise de-emphasis circuitry enhances cockpit communications. Also standard is the three-light Marker Beacon Receiver/Indicator with high/low sensitivity selection and SmartMute™ marker audio muting.
Surface mount technology provides shallow depth and light weight, which simplifies installation in the tightest aircraft spaces and saves precious panel space. Operation is available in 14 or 28 volts without voltage converters or dropping resistors. Installation is simplified with the built-in intercom and marker beacon, and the GMA 340 also features photo cell dimming of annunciators, pilot fail-safe mode connection to Comm 1, and FAA TSO approval.

G600 Panel Mount Display

At last, retrofit glass is now within your grasp. Upgrade your avionics panel to the G600 and start reaping the benefits of enhanced situational awareness, safety and pilot workload reduction. This affordable glass system combines a primary flight display (PFD) and multi-function (MFD) display in one 10-inch wide bezel — dramatically simplifying the cockpit.

Scan Flight Data on Dual Screens
G600 combines critical flight data and displays it on two 6.5 inch diagonal flat-panel LCDs. These high resolutions screens are mounted side by side in a single bezel that fits neatly into the “six-pack” slot in your instrument panel. They feature brilliant color and advanced backlighting, so you can view images in sharper detail — even in direct sunlight.
On the left-hand side, the PFD seamlessly integrates all situational information regarding your aircraft’s position, speed, attitude, vertical rate, altitude, steering and flight progress. On the right side, the MFD provides detailed moving-map graphics of your aircraft’s current position in relation to ground features, chart data, navaids, flight plan routings and more.

Enjoy Advanced AHRS
G600 replaces traditional mechanical gyroscopic flight instruments with Garmin’s super reliable GRS77 Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS). AHRS provides an accurate, digital output and referencing of your aircraft position, rate, vector and acceleration data. It’s even able to restart and properly reference itself while your aircraft is moving.

Enhance Situational Awareness
G600 seamlessly integrates built-in terrain and navigation databases, providing a clear, concise picture of where you are and where you’re heading. Using information from the built-in terrain and U.S. obstacles databases, G600 displays color coding to graphically alert you when proximity conflicts loom ahead. In addition, you can augment G600 with optional Class-B Terrain Awareness and Warning System (TAWS) for an extra margin of safety in the air. A detailed Jeppesen® database is used to depict airways, navaids, airspace, airports and more. For safer arrivals and departures, optional ChartView™ — available through Jeppesen’s JeppView™ subscription service — lets you overlay your aircraft’s position on the electronic approach chart to provide a visual crosscheck. On the ground, view your position on taxiways with SafeTaxi®, a built-in database of over 850 U.S. airport diagrams.

Add Weather and Traffic
Make informed decisions based on weather and traffic with optional sensors and services. With an subscription to XM WX Satellite Weather™ and the addition of the GDL 69 or 69A data link receiver, you’ll have access to up-to-the-minute, high resolution weather information for the U.S., right in the cockpit. Weather information includes NEXRAD, METARs, TAFs, Lightning and more and can be laid directly over Jeppesen and topographic map databases. With an additional monthly service fee, GDL 69A delivers XM Satellite Radio to your aircraft. Add a Garmin Mode S transponder, and G600 will also display Traffic Information Services (TIS) alerts that identify surrounding air traffic.

Bendix/King

KR 87 Digital ADF 
kr 87 

This unit rejects unwanted frequency interference, achieves greater range and has less susceptibility to engine noise, static, and atmosphere interference. The active frequency is always displayed in the left window, 
while the right window will displays either the standby frequency or the selected readout from the built-in electronic timer. 
Physical Specifications 
size:   11.28"L x 6.31"W x 1.38"H 
weight:   2.9lbs, w/rack 3.2lbs 
frequency range:   200KHZ to 1799KHZ 
power:   11-33 VDC

KT 79 Transponder 
KT 79 

This piece of equipment is all solid state, so it has no cavity
tube that can burn out, degrade with time or require expensive
replacement. No warm up is needed. The transponder code and
encoded altitude are simultaneously displayed in self-dimming
gas discharge digital numerics that can be easily read even in
bright sunlight.
Physical Specifications 
size:    10.5"L x 6.25"W x 1.3"H 
weight:   3.4lbs 
temp. range:    -20 C to +55 C 
altitude:      up to 50,000ft. 
power:    11-33 VDC; 25 watts max. 

KY 96A and KY 97A VHF Tranceivers 
KY 96A and KY 97A 

Very affordable and has the ease and speed 
of the push button you can switch between 
active and standby frequencies. Simply 
tune the desired frequency into the standby 
window while monitoring the "use" channel. 
Two displayed frequencies for a total 
storage capacity of eleven frequencies. 
LCD display. 
Physical Specifications  
size:   1.35"H x 6.312"W x 10.776"d 
weight:   2.8lbs 
temp range:  -20C to +55C 
power output:   5 watts 
frequency range:   118.0 to 136.975 MHZ 
in 25 KHZ increments

KY 196A and KY 197A Comm. Tranceivers 
KY 196A and KY 197A 

Solid state construction with digital 
frequency synthesizer generating all 
COMM frequencies. This unit is easy to 
read and logical to operate. Features 
the nine pilot programmable memory 
channels, with a total of eleven including 
those in  "use" and "stby". 
Physical Specifications 
size:   1.35"H x 6.312"W x 10.776"D 
weight:   2.8lbs 
temp. range:  -20C to +55C with 
short time operation at +70C 
Power:  KY 196A; 28VDC at 1.0A receive, 
5.0A transmit. KY 197A; 14VDC at 1.0A receive, 
6.0A transmit 
power output:  196A; 16 watts min., 

KN 64 Digital DME 
kn 64 

The KN 64's large, easy to read, self dimming digital display shows the DME distance, groundspeed and time-to-station information at the same time.  Or show the DME distance and internally selected frequency. Since it draqs only 15 watts of power, no external cooling is required. 
Physical Specifications 
size:   12.258"L x 6.312"W x 1.300"H 
weight:  2.6lbs 
power:   11-33 VDC at 15 watts 
output power:  35 watts peak, pulsed power min.: 100 watts nominal 

KT 76A Transponder 
KT 76A 

The transponder's encoder and decoder functions are programmed
into a plug-in LSI chip. This makes repair as simple as pulling out
one chip and replacing it with a new one. The IDENT button is
readily accessible an the front tof the face-plate, a remote button
can be installed in an even more convenient location (such as the
control yoke), reducing pilot workload during busy approaches
or departures.
Physical Specifications 
size:         6.25in. X 1.63in. x 10.0in. 
weight:     3.1 lbs including mounting rack and KA 60 antenna 
power:      14V-1.8A max. 28 V changeover kit available 
temp. range:   -15C to +55C 
altitude range:    tested up to 35,000 ft.

The KX 155A and KX 165A
update the concept of the combined navigation and communications radio for the 21st century.


With such features as programmable Comm channels, support for 8.33kHz Comm tuning (KX 165A only), GPS QuickTune, multiple operating modes, remote channel increment with flip-flop tuning and a built-in timer, the KX 155A and KX 165A match a sophisticated appearance with advanced capabilities.

The KX 155A and the KX 165A incorporate a number of valuable control features.

- Program up to 32 Comm channels in a non-volatile memory circuit for ready recall of the frequencies you used on a regular basis - no backup battery required.
- Pre-selected frequencies are stored in a non-volatile memory circuit, eliminating the need for backup battery power.
- When interfaced to the KLN 94 GPS, both the standby Comm and Nav frequencies can be selected and remotely tuned from the GPS database, reducing pilot workload.

KX 155A and KX 165A Specifications

TRANSMITTER_OUTPUT: Communication Transceiver: 10W minimum
TSO: C34e Glideslope ReceiverC36e Class A ILS Localizer ReceiverC37d Class 4 and 6 VHF TransmitterC38d Class C, D VHF ReceiverC40c VOR Receiver
Frequency Range: Communication Transceiver: 118.000 MHz to 13.975 MHz in 25 kHz increments, 118.0000 MHz to 136.9916 MHz in 8.33kHz increments (118.000 - 136.990 displayed per DO 186a and ED-23B) (8.33 kHz capable KX 165A only)Navigation Receiver: 118.00 MHz to 117.95 MHz in 50 kHz incrementsGlideslope Receiver: 329.15 MHz to 335.00 MHz
Height: 2.00 in. (5.08 cm)
Temp Rating: -20° to +55° C
Frequency Stability: Communication Transceiver: +/-0.0008% (25 kHz versions)/ +/-0.0003% (8.33 kHz KX 165A only)
Channels: Glideslope Receiver: 40 at 150 kHz spacing
Maximum Altitude: 50,000 ft.
Sidetone Output: Communication Transceiver: Adjustable to 100mW into 500() headphones
DO 160ENV: DO-160c, A1D1/-BA/BMNPS/XXXXXXZB/AB/BATAXXX
Weight: 4.0 lbs. (1.8 kg)
Distance Measuring Equipment Channeling: Navigation Receiver: Serial DME channeling provided for KN 62A, KN 63, KN 64, KDM 706/706A
Power Required: 27.5VDC, Receive, .6A, Transmit, 6.0A
Width: 6.25 in. (15.88 cm)
Length: 10.16 in. (25.81 cm)
Frequency Range: Communication Transceiver: 118.000 MHz to 13.975 MHz in 25 kHz increments, 118.0000 MHz to 136.9916 MHz in 8.33kHz increments (118.000 - 136.990 displayed per DO 186a and ED-23B) (8.33 kHz capable KX 165A only)Navigation Receiver: 118.00 MHz to 117~ .95 MHz in 50 kHz incrementsGlideslope Receiver: 329.15 MHz to 335.00 MHz~ Communication Transceiver: +/-0.0008% (25 kHz versions)/ +/-0.0003% (8.33 kHz KX 165A only)

KLX 135A
KLX 135A GPS/COMM

This GPS/comm takes cockpit efficiency one step further by  using communications with navigational features and  functions. Built-in moving map display to show airports, navaids and special use airspace boundaries. Includes  audio isolation and speaker amplifier. Choice of North  American or International data base. GPS section for VFR navigation only. 
Physical Specifications
size:        6.25wx2hx11.38 inches 
weight:      4.4lb's(2.0kg) 
power:    14v dc (28V dc w/available KA 39 voltage converter) 
transmitter power:    5 watts min. (7 watts nominal) 
temp range:      -20%C to +55%C 
Lighting:          14 V dc or 28 V dc 

PS ENGINEERING PW7000 Audio Communications

PM7000

The PMA7000 represents the next evolutionary step in audio control. With the introduction of IntelliVoxtm, the proprietary automatic VOX squelch control, intercom operation is greatly simplified. Safety and convenience are paramount in the PMA7000M-S development. High quality, six-pole active filtering on individual microphone channels forms the heart of the intercom system. The IntelliVoxtm constantly adjusts the squelch threshold on each microphone input, differentiating between cabin noise and human speech. Split mode communications capability allows crew members to use both radios independently. An optional DRAWS (Digital Recording and Audio Warning System) system includes a recorder that stores the last ATC communications. The alert system interfaces to engine gages to provide voice announcements of out-of-limit indications. This unit is designed to be a pin-compatible replacement for the PMA6000M-S, as well as the KMA-24.  The positive-action buttons and legends are backlit for nighttime viewing. LED indicators provide annunciation of the selected modes. The receiver buttons also latch, for unambiguous mode identification even in bright sunlight. Fail-safe feature automatically connects the pilot to Com 1 if the unit or power fails. The PMA7000 also gives the pilot and passengers audio access to wireless telephone systems. Two individual high-fidelity stereo inputs allow entertainment flexibility for passengers and crew. Music source 1 is always provided to the pilots, music 2 is presented in the passenger area. A "swap" function allows pilots to use a yoke-mounted button to switch between Com 1 and Comm 2 without reaching for the panel. Buttons are removable for custom configurations. 

PMA 6000 
pma6000 
The PMA6000 combines an audio selector panel with a top-quality intercom and a slew of features to enhance versatility and utility. Among the high points: Designed to be pin-compatible with the popular Bendix/King KMA-24 audio selector panel, the PMA6000 takes advantage of existing wiring to smooth installation. The PMA 6000 is now available in stereo! The PMA6000 offers space for an optional marker-beacon receiver. Split pilot and copilot communications capability allows crew members to independently and simultaneously use both radios, even transmitting simultaneously on different frequencies.  Pilot and crew/passenger isolate functions are an integral part of the design.  With split music inputs, front-seaters can bop to Thelonius Monk while the back jams on British Punk. Dual music input jacks for passengers and crew are standard feature. A remote "swap" function allows pilots to use a yoke-mounted switch to select Comm 1 and Comm 2 options without reaching for the panel. 

Hand Held

Icom IC-A6

The Pilot's Favorite Handheld is Here!

Easy to use while flying
Simple one-handed operation is the most essential feature of the IC-A24/A6. The well labeled, large keypad provides user friendly operation. The large display shows both letters and numbers and is easy to see, making for fast frequency recognition. The display is backlit, and so is the keypad. The light stays on until you turn it off – a very handy feature for flying at night.

“Flip-flop” channel recall
The IC-A24/A6 stores the last 10 channels used. You can easily recall those channels by pushing the “flip-flop” recall buttons on the front panel. It is convenient for switching between several channels, such as NAV and COM channels.
VOR navigation*

CDI mode display
The IC-A24 has VOR navigation functions. The DVOR mode shows the radial to or from a VOR station and the CDI mode shows the course deviation to/from a VOR station. You can also input your intended radial to/from the VOR station and show the course deviation on the display. In the USA version, the duplex operation allows you to call a COM channel, while you are using VOR navigation.
* IC-A24 only

External DC power jack
An external DC power jack allows for operation with the wall charger, BC-110 or the cigarette lighter cable, CP-20. When the battery pack is installed, simultaneous charging during operation is also possible. In addition, an optional battery case, BP-208N, is available.

Water resistant construction
The water resistant construction provides reliable operation in wet conditions.
* Equivalent to IPX4 of the corresponding international standard IEC 60529 (2001).

And more...
• 200 memory channels (20 Ch ? 10 banks) with 6 character names
• Dedicated 121.5MHz emergency key
• Side tone function allows you to hear your own voice via an external aviation headset.
• Optional Ni-Cd and Li-Ion battery packs
• NOAA marine weather channels
• Tag scanning and memory bank scanning
• ANL (Auto Noise Limiter) for noise reduction
• Low battery alert

 

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