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The Collins GLS-350 Remote Glideslope Receiver is part of the Collins Microline series. This Glideslope Receiver is designed to be usedtogether with a Collins VIR-351 NAV Receiver.

The GLS-350 receives all 40 glideslope channels, allowing you to fly precision ILSapproaches everywhere. This unit is also TSO'd.

The Collins GLS-350 may be used with the following equipment:

  • Collins IND-351 or IND-351A GPS/VOR/LOC/Glideslope Indicators
  • Collins VIR-351 NAV Receiver

  • 40 channel remote mounted glideslope receiver
  • Designed to operate with the VIR-351 navigation receiver and an external ARINC type indicator such as the IND-351 series indicators
  • Capable of driving external deviation and alarm flag circuits such as autopilots with no requirements for dummy loads
  • Digital frequency synthesizer
  • Crystal filter selectivity to ensure maximum rejection of adjacent channel interference
  • Solid-state circuitry with no relays

  • Dimensions: 1.00"W x 5.00"H x 10.78"L
  • Weight: 2.0 lbs.
  • Temperature range: -40 to +71C (continuous)
  • Altitude: 30000 (operational)
  • FAA TSO: C34c, class D; category CANBAAEXXXXX DO138
  • Frequency range: 329.15-335.00 MHz in 150 kHz increments
  • Frequency Stability: +-0.005%
  • Sensitivity: 20uV 60% of standard deflection
  • IF Selectivity: 6dB +-40 kHz min, 60dB +-100 kHz max
  • Deflection sensitivity: 78mV at 0.091DDM (2 dB nominal)
  • Centering accuracy: Not more than +-7 mV
  • Deviation loads: one to eight 1000ohm meter movements in parallel
  • Flag loads: One to nine 1000 ohm meter movements in parallel
  • Power requirements: 13.75Vdc, 7W

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