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King KX-170B Nav/Comm System P/N 069-1020-00

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  • Panel-mounted system offering 200 NAV channels, 720 COMM channels and automatic squelch
  • Automatic channel switching for 200-channel DME and 40-channel Glideslope Receiver
  • All solid-state and electronic tuning
  • Built-in self test feature for COMM
  • Output for RNAV
  • Can be used with KI-201C/203/208 VOR/LOC and KI-204/209/211C VOR/LOC/Glideslope indicators
  • Compatible with KCS-55A gyroslaved compass system and KI-525A HSI
  • 760 channel COMM capablility with optional mod. upgrade
  • 14 volt operation (28 volt with use KA-39 voltage converter)
  • Functionally the same as KX-175B nav/comm but not TSO'd
Size: 6.25"W x 2.5"H x 13.00"L
Weight: 7.0 lbs.
Frequency Range (COMM): 720 channel, 25 kHz spacing
Frequency Stability (COMM): +-0.003%
Transmitter Power Output (COMM): 7 watts typical, unmodulated into a 50 ohm load
Transmitter Modulation (COMM): 85% modulation capability with 90% limiting provided
Transmitter Sidetone (COMM): Up to 4 mw into 500 ohm headphones
Receiver Sensitivity (COMM): 1.5 uv (sift) will provide a 6 db signal plus noise-to-noise ratio
Receiver Squelch (COMM): Automatic squelch with manual override
Receiver Audio Output (COMM): Seperate headphone output. 6 watts into a 3.2 speaker load
Frequency Range (NAV): 200 channels with 50 kHz spacing
Sensitivity (NAV): 1.5 uv (soft) will provide a flyable course indication
Selectivity (NAV): Typical 6 db at +-19 kHz, 60 db at +-40 kHz
Audio Output (NAV): Seperate headphone output, 6 watts into a 3.2 ohm speaker load
Lighting: Internal, blue-white standard
Auxiliary Audio Inputs: Two 500 ohm inputs and one intercom input available with 30 db isolation between any two

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Serviceable FAA/145/SV/8130-3

KX-170B Nav/Comm System

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  • KX-170B Nav/Comm System

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