The AV-12 is a VOR/LOC receive only antenna which uses a highly efficient technique of molding the elements directly into a high-impact thermo-setting bakelite center insulator. The stainless steel elements are ground to close tolerances to provide a low profile. The antenna is designed to operate at speeds up to 350 mph and altitudes up to 50,000 ft. It has a drag force of 0.92 lb @ 250 mph.The AV-12L includes all of the same features as the AV-12 and a 25 ft cable with integral balun is also supplied. Order P/N 11-03992 for male BNC connector.
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I was looking everywhere for a direct replacement for VRP-37. This is a direct replacement. The holes arent drilled so it will fit a variety of orientations. That would have also been beneficial information. Drill the holes and go. Thank you Josh for your feedback it helped.
The listing information is incorrect. This is a VOR/Loc/Glide slope antenna. It was an exact replacement for the one in my 1978 Piper. It works fine for VOR and ILS.
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The AV 12 and AV 12L are certified (TSO'd) antennas so you can install in a certified aircraft.
Yes it can but will only give you VOR NAV not VOR with glideslope.
The measurement from the top to the bottom is .5 inches.