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Wed, Jul 11, 2018

Trig Introduces The TX56/TX56A And TX57/TX57A

First Preview Of Trig’s Slimline Nav/Com Family

Trig Avionics has announced plans for a future Nav/Com product family, which is expected to be available to pilots in early 2019. The first preview of the product is being made now, allowing pilots to see the newly designed TX56 Nav/Com. Using a slimline form factor and innovative features the TX56 will be easy to install and use.

Trig plans to offer a special introductory list price of $3,195 (ex. tax) for the TX56A, the 760 channel version of the Nav/Com. This is certain to appeal to aircraft owners and flight training organisations looking for a high quality and great value Nav/Com. The first public showing of the TX56 range will be at EAA AirVenture in July. The European 25 / 8.33 kHz version is expected to have a list price of $3,495 (ex. tax).

The TX56 family of products will be available with 8.33 kHz channel spacing or conventional 25 kHz spacing, with 10 watt or 16 watt transmit power. At only 1.3 inches high, the TX56 case will save valuable stack space and requires no cooling fans - consistent with Trig’s ‘Better by Design’ philosophy. Trig CEO Andy Davis said, “For many aircraft owners the Nav/Com remains a vital piece of equipment. We are pleased to preview the TX56 - it will make access to certified Nav information widely available and will complete the Trig stack, when it becomes available in early 2019.”

Trig claims that the TX56 has a superior user interface, this starts with a high resolution display. All vital information on the TX56 is clearly presented - a display ‘sweep’ function uses a single button to shift the display emphasis from Com to Nav status. The Nav will automatically load the identifier for the selected VOR and over 200 frequencies and identifiers can be saved into the Nav database. The TX56 is dependable, with the capability of providing a fix to a second VOR, improving navigational accuracy. Full support for ILS approaches and a back button allows a back course to be selected and flown.

The TX56 has a built in digital Course Deviation Indicator. This provides a practical option, when an external CDI is not available. The TX56 comes with a built in VOR/LOC converter as standard, making it configurable with a wide range of cockpit instruments. As a natural accessory Trig will also be introducing a new CDI that will be available as a 3 inch unit called the TI106. This solid state device offers a reliable and highly legible display that is augmented by superior LED lighting. The TI106 will have a list price of $2,499 (ex. tax).

(Image provided with Trig Avionics news release)

FMI: www.trig-avionics.com

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