The remote station has a
volume control and can be conveniently mounted for copilot/ student- ideal
for tandem seating. Due to a variety of options, the remote station is not
drilled for mounting hardware. Brackets must be owner-fabricated securing
these units to airframe. Two (2) No.6 machine screws with washers and lock
nuts are recommended.
intercom can be interfaced with two transceivers using related cables
which must be purchased separately. Interface cables are available for all
aircraft radios as well as most CB, business, marine and family-band
transceivers. Call with make and model.
A very efficient
switching circuit makes the unit more versatile. It provides the pilot an
option to transmit on either radio while monitoring both simultaneously
simply by using a radio selector switch on the panel. A push-to-talk
switch is provided with each sys- tem and can be mounted on the crossbar.
Exact length of cable must be specified if switch is to be permanently
mounted on joystick.
The entire circuitry is
enclosed within a rugged metal enclosure of overlapping construction to
effectively shield out RF and EMI interference. This equipment requires an
aircraft regulated 12-volt power supply with a negative ground.
Intercom Panel mount with separate passenger