TCR-451

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TCR-451

FEATURES
  • Microline Distance Measuring Transceiver used in DME-451 System
  • Can be used with IND-450, IND-450C, or IND-451 DME Indicators
  • Solid-state design
  • 100 watts transmit power
  • Digital frequency synthesizer
  • Operates on either 13.75 or 27.5 VDC without modification or converters
  • Compatible with all VHF navigation receivers supplying ARINC 2-out-of-5 tuning control logic
  • INCLUDES INSTALLATION KIT UPON REQUEST
SPECIFICATIONS
FAA TSO: C66a, Env. Cat. /BD/ANAAAEXXXXX, DO-138 Channels (x,y): 200
Weight: 5.7 lb. Dimensions: 5.0"H x 3.5"W x 11.0"L
Temperature: -46 to 55C (continuous) Altitude: 35000 ft.
Frequency Range: 1041-1150MHz (transmit); 978-1213MHz (receive) Distance Range: 0-199.9 nautical miles
Distance Accuracy: +-0.1 nautical miles, +-1% Distance Analog Voltage: 40 mV/nautical mile
Velocity Range: 0-399 knots Velocity Accuracy: +-4%, +-1 knot
Velocity Analog Voltage: 20 mV/knot Memory: 9 +-1 second
Transmitter Power: 100 watts Transmitter Frequency Stability: +-0.007%
Receiver Sensitivity: -85 dB mW min. Acquisition Time: Less than 5 seconds for 100 nautical miles
Part NumberDME Transceiver Description:
622-3670-001 see features above

 

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As part of our promise to provide the most honest, quality service to our customers, Southeast Aerospace adheres to strict guidelines for certification according to the FAA and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM). While most avionics components do not include a prescribed overhaul procedure in the Maintenance Manual, the FAA has set forth guidelines for the cleaning and inspecting of components as referenced in FAR Part 43.2. Therefore, if a component cannot meet the standards of this Federal Air Regulation in relation to inspection criteria and cleaning potential then it should not be deemed as Overhauled. Southeast Aerospace does not believe in simply providing words on a tag or maintenance release to represent the condition of a component. SEA stands behind the work and service followed through with each and every FAA 8130-3 maintenance release it provides.
Yes, but in most cases, the DB30 adapter from Garmin AT is necessary. The SL30 does not output a standard DME format in relation to most vintage and standard DME systems. The DB30 takes the format from the SL30 and allows for the interface to King and Collins DME units. Some of these interfaces include BCD, 2x5 code, and Slip Code. It should be noted that the DB30 2x5 tuning interface is not compatible with the ARC/Cessna RTA-476A or Narco DME transceivers.