The new FTA-750L is a 760 channel handheld transceiver that also features a VOR/ILS receiver, and is the only aviation handheld radio with GPS navigation! FTA-750L also features a large fully backlit and dimmable dot matrix LCD display with the resolution to easily see all of the great features the radio has to offer. It can store 200 channels in memory and uses up to 15 alphanumeric characters to easily identify those channels. When a VOR or Localizer frequency is selected, the NAV display shows a CDI for easy navigation, and.The radio comes configured with an easy to use icon driven menu system where display and menu settings are logically configured for an intuitive user interface. 5 Watts TX Output Power. Huge 1.7 x 1.7 Full-Dot Matrix Display (160 x 160 dots). ILS Navigation Display (Localizer and Glide Slope). Easy to operate menu system. Integrated 66 Channel WAAS GPS receiver. NOAA Weather Channel Receive U. 200 Memory Channels with 15 alphanumeric characters. High-Capacity Li-Ion Battery Pack (7.4 V 1800 mAh). Alkaline Battery Tray (AA x 6). Li-Ion battery, 110V and 12VDC charger with cradle, Alkaline battery tray, Antenna, Belt clip, headset adapter, and USB programming cable. How do I check the status of my order? Can I return an item? Unless otherwise noted in a particular listing, the following policy applies. Items that are used/reconditioned include a 7-day DOA policy. If an item is not paid for within three days, we reserve the right to relist or sell the item to another customer. We will repair the unit ourselves, send the unit for outside repair, or replace the item at our discretion. The item "Yaesu FTA-750L Handheld Com/Nav/GPS Transceiver with Li Ion Battery" is in sale since Monday, August 20, 2018. This item is in the category "eBay Motors\Parts & Accessories\Aviation Parts & Accessories\Avionics\NAV/COMs". The seller is "pacific_coast_avionics" and is located in Aurora, Oregon.
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