Trig’s TX56 Nav/Com units provide the ideal platform to update legacy avionics or equip your new aircraft. Slimline and highly efficient both Nav/Com models are housed within a superbly engineered case. At only 33mm high each unit saves valuable space yet contains an impressive selection of practical features for any pilot.
The TX56 is available with 8.33 kHz channel spacing or conventional 25 kHz spacing, with 10 Watt or 16 Watt transmit power.The TX56A and TX57A are 760 channel radio versions (non 8.33 kHz for use outside Europe).
|Certification||ETSO 2C128, 2C169a, 2C34f, ETSO 2C36f, 2C40c |
TSO-C128a TSO-C169a, C34e, TSO-C36e, C40c
|Compliance||ED-23C, ED-67, DO-186B, DO-178B |
Level B, DO-160G, DO-254 Level C
|Supply Voltage (DC)||11 – 33 V|
|Typical Current Consumption (at 14v)||(at 14V) receive: 265 mA transmit: 2A|
|Nominal Transmitter Power||10 Watt|
|Operating Temperature||-20°C to +55°C|
|Cooling Requirement||No fan required|
|Weight||1.1 kg / 2.42 lbs|
|Dimensions (mm)||controller: H 44 x W 63 x L 54 mm |
transponder in tray: H 48 x W 68 x L 160 mm
|Dimensions (inches)||33 x W 159 x L 270 mm|
|Installed Depth in Tray (inches)||9.05” long|
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Per Trig: Customers replacing legacy KX155 and KX165 models will easily accommodate a TX56 in their stack, however, in all cases a TX56 tray will need to be fitted. The original tray will need to be replaced.