Transceiver

P/N: AR/RT620X

Manufacturer: Becker

Model  Number: AR/RT620X

Price: RFQ

Description: See below

AR6201-012 8.33/25kHz Switchable, 10W
AR6201-022 8.33/25kHz Switchable, 6W
AR6201-112 25kHz only, 10W
AR6201-122 25kHz only, 6W
RT6201-010 Remote 8.33/25kHz Switchable, 10W
RT6201-020 Remote 8.33/25kHz Switchable, 6W
RCU6201-012 Remote Control Unit for RT6201

The AR/RT620X VHF transceivers are a family of high-quality aircraft radios optimized by their functionalities, state-of the-art technology, compact dimensions, and low weight for many different aircraft categories in the general aviation community. Market leader for their reliability, the products follow the highest manufacturing and testing standards in the Light & Sport Aviation segment.
The panel mount models are equipped with sunlight readable LC displays and all variants provide high performance transmitters with either 6 or 10W power output, continuous power supply from 10.25 to 33 V DC, 8.33 kHz / 25 kHz channel spacing, sensitive receiver, VOX intercom and many other features. The front panels provide enhanced user safety with the automatic safe-lock system, avoiding improper or unwanted handling.
The AR/RT620X radio family supports a 4-place VOX-controlled intercom, separated PTT keys, tandem capable connection with the RCU6201 panel-mount remote controller for dual-panel operation. The VHF transceiver also contains a channel memory function for automatically/manually frequency storage. The last 9 used (active) frequencies are always stored automatically.
To support a variety of different installation requirements, the 620X products are available in the following formats:

  • AR6201: 2 ¼ format, easy installation in cockpit panels using only 4 screws.
  • RT6201: split variant of the AR6201, controlled with the RCU6201 compact control unit (2 ¼ inch format). The RT6201 can thereby be installed with the dedicated mounting close to the antenna.
  • AR6203: 160mm width for panel installation with the dedicated mounting.

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