Very flat and very efficient, the Nav/Com is housed in a superbly designed case. At just 33mm high, the unit saves valuable space while containing an impressive selection of handy features for any driver.
You can be a VFR pilot looking for VOR navigation backup, a flight school looking for an easy-to-use training platform, or a serious VFR/IFR operator looking for reliable digital capabilities. TRIG 's "best by design" approach has created a Nav/Com that meets all these requirements – it will improve your navigation and communication throughout the flight phases.
The TX56 product family is available with channel spacing of 8.33 kHz or conventional spacing of 25 kHz, with a transmit power of 10 or 16 watts. The TX56A and TX57A are 760-channel radio versions (not 8.33 kHz for use outside Europe).
The TX56 is now available. For TX56A / TX57 and TX57A versions, please contact us.
- Extra-thin - only 33 mm high
- Clear and clear display / simple user interface
- Unique 'Push Step' for faster adjustment
- Dual standby - monitor two communication frequencies or two browsing frequencies at the same time
- ETSO and TSO approval (pending)
- Stereo music / two-seater intercom
- 'Say Again' function - allows playback of the last transmission
- USB port on the facia - download more than 200 com and nav frequency databases (CSV file)
- VOR/ILS receiver – monitor a 2nd VOR
- Integrated VOR/LOC converter
- Integrated digital CDI
- Integrated 40-channel glideslope receiver
- Highly efficient - no cooling fan or external cooling required
- Ideal upgrade for older radios - unit is the same height as an SL30
- Unbeatable quality - designed and manufactured in the UK
- Two-year global warranty
- EASA FORM ONE
The Nav/Com screen is clear and bright, displaying primary and secondary frequencies as well as aerodrome/VOR identifiers. A "Push Step" button allows the fastest change from 8.33 kHz to 25 kHz (TX56/TX57) or from 25 kHz to 50 kHz (TX56A/TX57A). This allows you to quickly adjust the Nav/Com without compromising your monitoring. The Dual Watch feature allows you to monitor two Com or Nav frequencies at the same time - it's like having a second radio.
The radio has a "Say Again" function. A simple push of a button replays the last radio transmission. This feature is ideal for student pilots, but each pilot can be distracted, avoiding the embarrassment of asking air traffic to repeat a message.
The Nav receiver is optimized for stress-free operation. The TX56 and TX57 will decode Morse code, identifying VOR or ILS. The Nav receiver can monitor a second VOR that significantly improves navigation on the road. This means that a backup VOR radial can be displayed in addition to the main VOR, allowing the pilot to quickly calculate an accurate position.
The display of the device has a graphical CDI (heading deviation indicator) This allows the pilot to navigate without external CDI. The TX56 also supports various display options, using a range of external cockpit instruments.
Once tuned, the Nav receiver can identify the station by decoding its Morse ID, automatically identifying the selected VOR. The CDI needle's automatic centering displays a direct bearing to a selected VOR for easy navigation while the to/from button allows you to display the incoming or outgoing radial.
The discreet design of the Nav/Com requires no external cooling fan. Its compact size and features make it an excellent choice for front and renovation installations. Each Nav/Com is designed to integrate easily with legacy products, including the popular SL30 which is the same height as a TX56. Customers replacing the older KX155 and KX165 models will be able to easily accommodate a TX56 in their battery, in any case, a TX56 tray will need to be installed.
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The TRIG stack radio has set a new design standard and is full of driver-friendly features. The radio offers clear stereo communication, faster setting, a programmable and user-friendly USB database, double sleep and the popular "Say Again" function of TRIG.