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TKM MX 300 SLIDE-IN REPLACEMENT NAV/COM TAN COVER

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Part# 11-04825
MFR Model# MX-300T

Overview

The TKM MX 300 Nav/Comm is designed to replace the RT 328T, RT 308C, RT 328T, RT 328A, RT 528A, RT 328C, RT 528E, RT 328D, and RT 508A. The MX 300 is available in the black face plate shown left or in a beige face plate to match many Cessna panels. The MX 300 operates on 13.75 vdc w/7 Adc max current in transmit.

Note: We do not offer 8130 forms on these units.

Features

  • 760 Channel COM
  • 200 Channel NAV
  • Digital display with active/standby frequency with "Flip-Flop"
  • 100 Channel Memory
  • 8 Watt Min.
  • Noise Adaptive Squelch
  • 14 Vdc
  • Two Year Factory Warranty

Specifications

  • Frequency Range Comm: 760 channels 118.000 to 136.975 Mhz
  • Nav - 200 channels 108.00 to 117.95 Mhz
  • Preselect channel storage capacity - 100
  • Frequency Stability: +/- .003%, -20C to 50C
  • Transmitter Power: 8 watts min.
  • Modulation: 85% min. with limiting at 90%
  • Sidetone: Adjustable to 20 mw into 500 ohms
  • Squelch: Noise adaptive squelch with manual override
  • Audio Output: 5 watts into a 4 ohm speaker; 40 mw into 500 ohm headphones
  • Demod Output: VOR adjustable from .25 to .75 vrms
  • Weight: 5 lbs.
  • Size: 6.7" wide x 3.00" high x 11.75" mounting depth
  • TSO: C34e, C36e, C37e, C38d, C40c
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