The A14 is the ideal flight companion for the student pilot. This radio practically pays for itself by saving pilots both engine hours and fuel during preflight communications with the tower.
The A14 is the ideal flight companion for the student pilot. This radio practically pays for itself by saving pilots both engine hours and fuel during preflight communications with the tower. Users appreciate the A14’s slim, sleek design for one hand operation for working on the flight line, using it for back up in any aircraft, or for use by ground crew. Its 2300mAh Li-ion battery lasts over 15 hours and the radio includes a nice sit in rapid charger.
5W typ. (PEP), 1.5W (CW)
RX (Weather) 118.00-136.975MHz
200 with 10 memory banks
2300mAh Li-ion battery, up to 20 hours
Typical operation; Tx:Rx:Stand-by duty ratio = 5:5:90, Power save ON
Air band radios are usually operated in high noise environments, so it is essential for the pilot’s radio to provide loud audio. The A14 uses a BTL (bridge-tied load) amplifier that doubles the audio output. Its internal speaker delivers a loud 700mW audio output with clear sound to cut through cabin or tarmac noise.
Other Outstanding Features
Full keypad to input the channel or frequency directly
Exclusive button for 121.5MHz emergency channel
Side tone function to hear your own voice via a third party aviation headset
LCD backlight for night time operation
ANL (Auto Noise Limiter) for noise reduction
Low battery indication and beep alert
Adjustable microphone gain setting
BNC type antenna connector
IPX4 water resistant