TR-220 Multi-Function Avionics Test Set
DescriptionThe TR-220 provides test capability for Traffic and Collision Avoidance Systems (TCAS), Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) and Transponders (Modes A, C, and S). The TR-220 features state-of-the art design technology. Microprocessor control results in easy-to-use operation that requires minimum amounts of training. Setup menu allows storage of various test parameters to facilitate quick recall of test conditions.
T-30D VOR ILS MB Ramp Test Set
Description:The T-30D Ramp Test Set is an easy to use and rugged Test Set designed to fully test VOR/GS/LOC & MB equipment. With fully variable signals, the operator can test and verify a wide range of navigation equipment. The built in battery and charging unit makes it easy to maintain and its all weather rugged design allows it to be utilized in any enviroment. A great value offering a full range of testing capabilities.
T-36C NAV COMM RAMP TEST SET
DescriptionThe T-36C is a ruggedized, user-friendly, high-precision instrument for rapid functional testing of VOR, LOC, GS, MB and low-mid-high-VHF AM/FM COMM avionic equipment. The T-36C can be operated in either the knob/switch mode, providing an operator dressed in protective clothing with accurate go-no-go testing on the flight line, or the keyboard mode, providing full function testing and diagnostics. Further flexibility is provided by the T-36C’s ability to store three pre-selected carrier frequencies and output power levels for each operational mode. The keyboard provides complete control of most parameters, resulting in a high level of unit flexibility.
TB-2100 ATC DME Test Set
The TB-2100 ATC DME Test Set provides test capability for Transponders (Modes A, C, and S) and Distance Measuring Equipment (DME).
The TB-2100 allows testing of Mode S Transponders with new capabilities for Extended Squitter, ADS-B, TIS, and European requirements for Elementary and Enhanced surveillance. The TB-2100 uses Flash memory for easy firmware updates.
The TB-2100 with IEEE-488 option uses the same IEEE-488 commands as older generation ATC/DME and Mode S test sets used in current generation ATE.