PS200 vs PS200A:
PS200 "Volume Control Music" is now PS200A "Volume Control Radio"
FAA TSO’d for Certified Aircraft
• 4-place stereo IntelliVox® intercom, a 10 Watt Speaker Amplifier, and accesses a 2280 channel VHF aviation radio. (Selectable 8.33KHZ)
• Bluetooth capable. Pairing of phones or Bluetooth® enable audio devices is easily achieved for wireless entertainment.
• Features automatic radio squelch which assures that the radio trip level is always optimally set.
• Two different inputs and two types music distribution. The standard configuration allows music 1 (or Bluetooth® to go to the crew while the passengers hear music 2. The other selection allows music 1 (or Bluetooth) to go to all headsets.
• Monitor Mode allows the pilot to hear the Active and Standby frequencies at the same time.
• Up to 5 discrete radio frequencies can be stored in non-volatile memory for quick dial up.
• Features fully independent power supplies so you can power up the radio or audio panel individually.
• The PAR200A uses the same tray and connector as the GMA240, GMA340, PMA8000 series. However, there is additional wiring that is required to interface the Com Radio to the audio panel.
Again the only complaint are the detents very easy to over shoot your frequency in bumpy air. Otherwise a awesome little radio
Great unit. Works flawlessly. Takes a bit of getting used to the controls and what knobs perform which functions. The only thing I wish it had was a way of adjusting the brightness/contrast of the display from the front of the panel. There is a way to adjust the contrast of the unit from the top but the unit has to be out of the tray to do it. None the less it is a great combination of audio panel/intercom and com.
Compact, light weight, and full featured audio panel and com radio. Somewhat complicated to learn the many features with so few buttons and knobs, but once you learn it, the PAR200 is VERY versatile. The only thing I still notice is the detents in the tuning knobs are very light feeling compared to any other aircraft radio. Works great, just feels different and its easy to overshoot your frequency. Com radio is listed as lower wattage than my 430W, but it transmits as well or better than the 430Ws com.
Per the manual this will come with the TY91.
When ordering this item there will be a list of questions, part of those questions includes what units this will go to as well as the lengths required for your harness.
Yes, the harness and interconnects are fully completed for installation with the jacks on the end.
A TC90 interface controller is not included with this package. Though it does not include this additional control head, the addition of a TC90 will allow for control from both the TC90 as well as the PAR200A.
The Par 200 is capable of taking two comm radios. Yes, this can be done.