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Old 03-09-2019, 09:09 AM
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Default SOLD GARMIN GTR 200 -- NEW in BOX

New, in box, never installed. GTR 200 Standard comes with Rack, Connector Kit.

Take advantage of my laziness. I had intended to install this along with other panel upgrades, but decided to keep my existing GPS/Comm. Great comm with lots of features.

Price: $1,000 includes shipping CONUS. Save at least $200 plus taxes and shipping off retail.

Payment: Check preferred or PayPal if you must.

Contact Chris Pratt by PM or e-mail: cjprattc at me.com







DETAILS (per Garmin):

The GTR 200 panel mount comm radio for experimental and light sport aircraft offers a slim design and powerful features, including advanced auto-squelch, 3D audio, stereo intercom, stereo music input, alert inputs, best-in-class standby frequency monitoring, on-screen frequency identification, and much more.

The GTR 200 is the first to integrate advanced audio panel features like a two place auto-squelch stereo intercom, which senses the amount of sound in the cockpit and automatically adjusts the mic squelch for effortless intercom use regardless of the cockpit noise level. With 3D audio, the GTR 200 makes it easy to discern between the active and monitored standby frequencies as well as the other passengers. The radio’s best-in-class standby monitor is enhanced with patent-pending digital processing, so it seems as though there are two radios in one.

With its advanced integration with the Garmin G3X glass flight display, or other compatible Garmin portable products, the GTR 200 is able to receive a frequency and identifier in the comm’s standby position directly from the G3X’s waypoint page, allowing the pilot to ensure accurate transfer and reduce workload.

FEATURES
• Active and standby flip-flop frequencies with location and type identifiers
• One-touch 121.5 emergency channel tuning
• Comm frequency monitor function (listens to standby while monitoring the active)
• 3D Audio separates active and standby frequencies as well as the intercom in headset
• Auto-squelch listens to the natural noise in the cockpit and automatically adjusts the squelch level
• Automatic display of the airport identifier and type after tuning a frequency from the user defined presets or a frequency list transferred from a compatible portable GPS or G3X system
• 10 W transmit power and 25 kHz spacing
• Large, sunlight readable display
• Total product footprint is 1.35” tall by 6.25” wide. Has only a 9.4” behind-the-panel depth including connectors (8” without connectors).
• Only 1.34 lbs. (1.91 lbs. with rack and connectors)
• Optionally installed switches allow remote control of frequency flip-flop and/or pilot/co-pilot squelch
• Volume control bar graph display
• High-visibility alphanumeric LCD display
• Built-in photocell for backlight control, or support for external 14V/28V lighting bus
• Backlit keypad controls
• Transmit status indicator
• Receive status indicators for both active and standby (when monitored)
• Monitor function enabled indicator
• Built-in, 2-place stereo voice activated intercom
• 2 mono and 1 stereo audio inputs for external systems alerts and music
• Stores/recalls 20 user defined frequencies with labels
• Stores/recalls previous 20 frequencies used
• Squelch test function
• Extensive installation assistance screens to make it easy to set up external audio sources to the correct level
• Stuck mic time-out; returns to receive mode to prevent frequency congestion
• 2 front panel-mounted, user-defined softkeys to assign to frequently used functions such as music on/off and pilot isolate. Can also be assigned to PTT to be used in case the installed PTT button or wiring fails.
• MicroSD™ card slot for easy software updates
• Mono/stereo headset detection
• Easy installation with a standard density 37-pin connector
• 14/28 V power
• When Interfaced with G3X and compatible Garmin aviation portables:
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o Automatic transfer of airport frequency groups (ATIS, Ground, Tower, UNICOM, Departure, etc.) for each airport in the flight plan plus nearby airports as you fly. Each transferred frequency includes the location and type identifier for display on the radio after tuning. No GTR 200 database is required for this feature.
o
1-button access to airports in the flight plan and those near the aircraft

SPECIFICATIONS

Physical Characteristics
• Bezel height: 1.35" (34.29 mm)
• Bezel width: 6.25" (158.8 mm)
• Rack height (dimple-to-dimple): 1.375" (34.93 mm)
• Rack width: 6.30" (160.02 mm)
• Depth behind panel with connectors (measured from face of aircraft panel to rear of connector backshells): 9.39" (238.51 mm)
• GTR 200 weight (unit only): 1.34 lbs (0.61 kg)
• GTR 200 weight (installed with rack and connectors): 1.91 lbs (0.87 kg)
General Specifications
• Operating temperature range: -20° C to +55° C
• Humidity: 95 percent non-condensing
• Altitude range: -1,500 ft to 55,000 ft
• Current drawΉ at 14 VDC:
o 0.6 A, typical when receiving
o 3.0 A, typical when transmitting
o 7.5 A maximum, 90 percent modulated into 3.1 VSWR and 11 V power input voltage
• Current drawΉ at 28 VDC:
o 0.3 A, typical when receiving
o 1.40 A, typical when transmitting
o 3.75 A maximum, 90 percent modulated into 3.1 VSWR and 22 V power input voltage
Display Specifications
• Display size (WxH): 3.4" (88.0 mm) x 0.843" (21.4 mm)
• Active area (WxH): 2.95" (74.98 mm) x 0.486" (12.36 mm)
• Resolution: 200 x 33 pixels
• Viewing angle: left 45°; right 45°; up 10°; down 30°
COM Transmitter Specifications
• Microphone input: Two inputs, standard carbon or dynamic mic with integrated preamp. The GTR 200 provides a 150 Ω AC input impedance and supplies the microphone with an 11 V bias through 470 Ω +/- 5 percent
• Modulation capability: 85 percent with 250 to 2500 mVRMS microphone input at 1000 Hz
• Modulation: AM double sided emission designator, 6K00A3E (118-136.975 MHz)
• Frequency range: 118.000 to 136.975 MHz, 25 kHz channel spacing
• Frequency tolerance: +/-5 ppm from -20°C to +55°C
• Output power: 10 W carrier minimum
• Duty cycle: 20 percent
• Carrier noise level: At least 35 dB (SNR)
• Stuck mic time-out: 35 seconds time-out, reverts to receive
• Demodulated audio distortion: Less than 25 percent distortion when the transmitter is at 85 percent modulation at 350 to 2500 Hz
COM Receiver Specifications
• Frequency range: 118.000 to 136.975 MHz, 25 kHz channel spacing
• Headset audio output: 60 mW minimum into a 150 Ω load
• Audio response: Less than 6 dB of variation between 350 and 2500 Hz
• Audio distortion: Less than 25 percent at rated output power
• Sensitivity: SINAD greater than 6 dB when the RF level is -107 dBm with 30 percent modulation
• Squelch: Automatic squelch with manual override
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Old 03-09-2019, 10:18 AM
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I'll take it, PM sent.
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Old 03-09-2019, 10:32 AM
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Default GTR 200

Wow, you gotta love this forum, sold in 1 hour 9 minutes. That’s gotta be close to some type of record.
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Old 03-09-2019, 10:58 AM
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Wow, you gotta love this forum, sold in 1 hour 9 minutes. That’s gotta be close to some type of record.
This site is awesome for RVers. 1 hour 9 is pretty quick (Thank You Doug Reeves) but about 10 years ago I sold a new smoke kit that I won at LOE. I posted the item, went for coffee in the kitchen and when I came back I had two offers. It think the first offer came in under 15 minutes.

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Old 03-09-2019, 11:36 AM
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I'll take it, PM sent.
Dan: You got it. PM sent.

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Old 03-10-2019, 10:52 AM
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Wow, I am about to order one tomorrow!!! I would have taken it in a heartbeat!!
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Old 03-12-2019, 12:39 PM
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Dang. Late to the party
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Old 03-12-2019, 08:40 PM
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The new GTR 200 Bluetooth is now available. I received mine from Aircraft Spruce.
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Old 03-12-2019, 09:17 PM
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any chance this one is still available ?
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Old 03-13-2019, 04:36 AM
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any chance this one is still available ?
Sorry. Check received. It’s on its way to its new home.

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