The KRT 2 is a completely new developed aviation radio meeting the new rules for the 8.33kHz-channel spacing. Solely the flight radio transmission standard - the amplitude modulation (AM) - remained unchanged. The entire electronics assembly for the most part is digitized. Thereby highest frequency stability and channel separation is guaranteed in all operating modes.
Digital technology is even more:
Flexible functional diversity also in future via software upgrade
Energy efficient – particularly interesting for glider and balloon pilots (1.6W standby
Extreme small and light weight construction
Two case types available:
- Standard 56mm with 62hx63w mm
- Slim version 46 x 63w mm
Invented by pilots themselves, the entire operation is extremely intuitive. We know exactly what to count on during flight operations and crit..
The KRT2 VHF-AM transceiver has a full graphic LC-display that allows for easy reading under all light conditions, including full sun. Push button and display illumination can be dimmed.
The KRT2 is, of course, prepared for 8.33 kHz spacing that will become the new international standard for airborne communication. Switching between the 8.33 and the 25 kHz mode is therefore made effortlessly simple. Standard or dynamic microphones can be used.
A built-in-test facility increases flight safety. The dual watch mode that allows scanning of two different channels is included. The KRT2, with its integrated VOX/Intercom circuit, allows communication between pilot and co-pilot.
Dittel KRT2 comes pre-loaded with an alphabetically listed South African database.
The KTX2 mode S transponder is like all Dittel Avionik a highly efficient device. During the development the following parameters have been taken in account:
• low weight of only 360 g
• minimal power consumption
• low cost
These parameters are the argument especially for gliders, ultralight aircraft and balloons, to be equipped with the KTX2. The current consumption of a Mode-S transponder is generally an indication which depends on numerous of parameters. In Mode S operation in busy airspace it can cause a high rate of queries per minute. In this case, the transponder will respond accordingly and frequently increasing the total energy consumption.
In the technical data we provide to you data you can trust when you designing a battery-operated system.
Simplified set up procedure.
The installation of the KTX2 is quite simple. The panel cutout corresponds to the standard 57 mm. The body..
A210 25 Comm Transceiver (replaced version A210 21). New version is now capable of 25kHz and 8.33kHz channel pitch. The new A210 25 will use the CS A210 version 1.3. Older software will not work for programming the new versions. The software is backwards compatible.
Innovative airband that's easier to install and see in more places!
Large, bright OLED display
A fixed mount VHF airband first! The IC-A210 has an organic light emitting diode (OLED) display. The OLED display emits light by itself and the display offers many advantages in brightness, vividness, high contrast, wide viewing angle and response time compared to a conventional display. In addition, the auto dimmer function adjusts the display for optimum brightness at day or night.
Easy channel selection
It's fast and easy to select any of memory channels in the IC-A210. The "flip-flop" arrow button switches between main and stand-by channels. The dualwatch function allows you to monitor two channels simultaneousl..
The V6R is identical to the V6, except for the lack onboard controls. It features the same 6.5 Watt output power with standby channel monitor, built-in 4-place VOGAD stereo intercom, stereo music input and 2 mono audio inputs as the panel mount V6.
The V6R can be completely controlled by the MGL Avionics iEFIS, Odyssey/Voyageror the upcoming R2 Control Head. It is designed for use in panels with limited space or with limited mounting depth. It can be controlled by up to 2 devices.
VHF Airband transceiver based on modern digital signal processing technology with built in multi-mode dual circuit intercom system.
6W TX carrier power (unmodulated) .Typical Power at 13.8V (6.5-7.5W)
108.00 to 117.75 MHZ navigation channel RX (sound only, no navigation functions)
118.00 to 136.75 MHZ coverage (RX and TX)
Sunlight readable LCD display
100 channels with alpha-numeric frequency name and function (when radio operated in channel mode)
10 frequency lists (Garmin/Icom communications compatible)
Active and standby frequency/channel selection system or direct frequency selection modes
Dual scan with priority on active using single transceiver
SL30 and SL40 communications compatible with MGL extentions to enable full remote control of entire transceiver with status feedback
Fully digital audio subsystem for excellent sound quality
Dual circuit digital intercom system (Pilot and passenger circuit, each with own stereo audio output)
The Trig TY91 takes up minimal space and weight. The innovative use of a control head and separate radio hardware unit provides more installation options, especially when space is at a premium.
The control head can be conveniently mounted in a full 57mm round hole or even smaller compact mount. Fitting is straightforward, and once installed the depth of the radio control head is only 74mm. In practice this means that the Trig TY91 and TY92 control head can be located in an aircraft instrument panel where a ‘single box’ radio will simply not fit.
Ideal for the light sport, ultra light, glider and balloon pilots this 6 watt model is ideal for the majority of GA users
Minimal Panel Space
Low Power Consumption-
6 Watts Nominal Output
Seperate Control Head and Radio
Mounts in standard 57mm (2.25") panel hole or even smaller compact mount (included)
The TY91 is the perfect comm..
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