These high-quality, time-tested systems make "stay ahead" frequency pre-planning effortless.
Both the NAV and COMM frequency displays incorporate the popular "flip-flop" preselect feature. This function allows pilots to set up en route or approach frequency changeovers well in advance of the actual transition point of ATC handoff sequence, for true "stay ahead" flight management.
By selecting the NAV and COMM frequency in the "Standby" (STBY) display, pilots can "flip-flop" it into "active" status at the press of a button.
Large, self-dimming, microprocessor controlled readouts and solid-state electronic tuning provide fast, accurate selection of all 200 NAV and 760 COMM frequencies. Both the KX 155 and KX 165 feature a built-in 40-channel glideslope receiver. Both model are also available without the glideslope.
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The part number is KX0155-38. This is a new unit direct from Honeywell with unit rack and connector kit.
No, the KX 155 will not slide into a KX 145 as it will require a new installation.
Yes, the tray is included.
Yes, the Silver Crown KX155 will slide in as a replacement for the older KX155.
Per the manufacturer, No, only the KX165A has 8.33 spacing. It does not come with that form because it is TSO'd. An 8130 form can be requested upon order.
Yes, it will have a section for com and a section for nav.
If the radio and the aircraft are at the same voltage, you simply need to have the wiring in the correct location.
No this will not interface with the Skyview system.