Vertex VXA-220 Pro VI Airband Two way radio

vertex vxa-220 Pro 6 Airband two way radio

Vertex VXA-220 Pro VI airband two way radio

Vertex VXA-220 VAC-10 Battery charger

Vertex VXA-220 VAC-10 Battery charger







Vertex Standard VXA-220 Discontinued and replaced by the FTA Series

The Vertex Standard VXA-220 Pro VI is a compact, stylish, solid and submersible hand-held transceiver providing communication on the International Aircraft Communication Band. Additionally, it provides receive on the Navigation Band.

The VXA-220 boasts 700 mW of clean audio output and it also provides 8.33 kHz synthesizer steps for the new narrow-band channel plan.

The VXA-220 displays information with our exclusive Omni-GlowTM display back-lighting for minimal degradation of your night vision. NOAA weather band monitoring, 8-character Alpha/Numeric Display, 150 Memory Channels, 100 “Book Memory” Channels, VOX, and Side Tone are just some of the many features provided. The channel configurations can be easily reprogrammed in minutes using the optional PC Programming Kit and your PC.

The VXA-220 Pro VI comes packaged with: antenna, antenna adapter (CN-3) to convert from SMA to BNC, desktop charger, NiMH battery, and headset adapter (CT-96)


Small package yet LOUD audio
The VXA-220 has 700 mW of receiver audio. A great deal of effort was made to give you the best sounding audio from a compact portable.

The VXA-220 is built inside a rugged Aluminium case, carefully sealed to protect against water ingress. Built to survive immersion in water for up to 30 minutes at a depth of three feet, VXA-220 can keep you communicating even if it gets wet due to severe weather or unforeseen water landings.

NOAA Weather
The VXA-220 can receive all 10 NOAA weather broadcast frequencies. The Automatic Active Weather Channel Locator (a Vertex Standard exclusive) automatically scans for active NOAA weather stations in your area when WX band is selected.

The VX-220 includes a special feature that sounds an alarm when the special “Severe Weather” alert tone is received from a weather broadcast station. This can warn you of potentially hazardous flying conditions.

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