Note: Harnesses are intended for use with experimental aircraft only. See "Harness" tab for details.
Packed with features that include:-
All this fits in a 57 mm (2 1/4'') instrument hole and weighing in at 416g (14.67oz).
Have you considered the luxury of running 2 coms?
I am very happy with my micro air!
Great radio! High performance and power!
Unable to read the screen in sunlight. Cannot adjust screen intensity. Very disappointed.
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This is used for glider aircraft. Most pilots just use a general aviation headset or ultra light headset/helmet which has a mic built in.
No, the Microair M760 is not a certified (TSO'd) com and is intended for experimental aircraft.
This is com radio that is 118.000 to 136.975 with 25 channel spacing.
We use shielded 2 conductor. It is available under our part number 11-05650.
Yes, this unit has dual monitoring capabilities.
No, it is not compatible.
25 Mhz spacing.
The Microair M760 has a built in intercom eliminating the need for an external intercom.
Depth of this unit is 5.3 inches.
You can use the AV-10 top mount antenna or the AV-17 bottom mount antenna. Either of those will work great for this radio