The TY96 and TY97 VHF radio systems are ED-23C compliant class C (25 kHz offset carrier) and class H1 and H2 (8.33 kHz offset carrier) VHF radios. The TY96 has a nominal power output of 10 watts, and meets the power output requirements for Class 3 and Class 5. The TY97 has a nominal power output of 16 watts, and meets the power output requirements for Class 3 and Class 5. The TY96 and TY97 are certified to ETSO 2C169a, 2C128a, TSO C169a and TSO C128a.
The TY96 can be powered from either a 14 volt nominal or 28 volt nominal DC power supply with no configuration changes required. The TY97 requires a 28 volt nominal DC power supply.
The installation kit for Trig TY96/TY97 transceivers include: tray, connector, and manuals.
Note: Includes EASA Form 1. Suitable for Part 23/LSA/Experimental.
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
|Connector Mounting Plate||1 |
|Connector Standard Mount |
25 Way D receptacle to M24308
|Crimp Socket Contact, |
Wire size 20-24 AWG
|D-Sub Shell||1 |
|D-Sub Shell Clamp||1 |
|D- Sub Shell Cover||1 |
|BNC Female to Blind Mate Adapter||1 |
|Washer, 7/16", Plain, Stainless Steel||1 |
|Circlip, 7/16", External Stainless Steel||1 |
|Washer, 7/16", Wave, Stainless Stell||1 |
|Screw, Pozidrive, Csk Head, M2.5 x 5mm, Pre Patch||2 |
|Screw, Pozidrive, Pan Head, M2.5 x 5mm, Pre Patch||6 |
|Screw, Pozidrive, Pan Head, M2.5 x 8mm, Pre Patch||4 |
|Screw, Philips, Csk head, 4-40 UNC x 0.312", Pre Patch||2 |
|Washer, M2.5 Rect Sect, Spring||1 |
|User Label Sheet||1 |
|USB Flash Drive||1 |
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