The NC 2210 Tester is optimized for ramp testing of navigation and communication equipment. The unit provides test signals for marker beacon, communication, localizer, glide slope, and VOR. Also included, is a wide band comm receiver to permit evaluation of comm transmitter AM fidelity.
• Higher RF power
We have 4 aircraft and it is great to use this device to check the systems before an IFR flight. Nav, Com, Glideslope, 3LMB, and radios. Also great for troubleshooting.
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Per the manufacture TKM you will need to send back to them for calibation each year for calibration.
There is no FCC or FAA license/permit required to use the NC 2210A NAV/COM Ramp Tester.
According to vendor: Yes. It does come with a calibration certificate.
Per the installation manual there is a knob selector that must be switched for each function.