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Similar to the G1000, G900X integrates all primary flight, navigation, communication, terrain, traffic, surveillance, weather and engine sensor data on two 10.4 inch, high-definition LCDs. These big, easy-to-scan glass displays feature wide viewing angles, brilliant color and direct sunlight readability. Garmin SVT™ synthetic vision technology is now available in the G900X, as well, providing a 3-D "virtual reality" display of what lies outside the cockpit.
Starting at $55,000 Call to Order
Designed around the GDU 370/375 series of panel-mount displays, the G3X suite provides an easy-to-install, non-TSO’d option that lets you grow your system as your needs and budget dictate. For example, you can start with a single glass display that combines full primary flight (PFD) attitude/directional guidance with electronic engine monitoring and detailed moving-map multifunction (MFD) capabilities. Then, should you choose to expand your cockpit configuration, you can opt for separate PFD and MFD screens – or even add a co-pilot’s flight display. A built-in network interface allows up to three displays to be interlinked in the panel, with full reversionary backup for added safety and redundancy.
Single Sceen System Starting at $5995 Call to Order
Dual Screen System Starting at $8970 Call to Order
Packed full of powerful avionics, the GTN 750 is a fully integrated GPS/NAV/COMM solution. The 6-in.-tall system’s intuitive touchscreen controls and large display give you unprecedented access to high-resolution terrain mapping, graphical flight planning, geo-referenced charting, traffic display, satellite weather and much more.
Able to control remote audio panel and/or remote transponder, available separately.
|$14,750 Call to Order|
For pilots who want a fully integrated solution in a small, 2.64-in.-tall package, the GTN 650 is the perfect choice. The system combines GPS, COMM and NAV functions with powerful multifunction display capabilities like high-resolution terrain mapping, graphical flight planning, satellite weather, traffic display and much more. With the GTN 650’s revolutionary new touchscreen interface, you’re rarely more than two taps away from all of the system’s primary functions. Able to control remote transponder available separately.
|$10,995 Call to Order|
GNS 530W is an all-in-one GPS/Nav/Comm solution. It features a WAAS-certified GPS, 2280-channel capacity comm and 200-channel ILS/VOR with localizer and glideslope. Traditionally it would take a host of components to provide the capabilities of this one smart box. High-speed 5 Hz processing makes navigation calculations and map redraw rates five times faster than earlier GNS series navigators.
|$11,950 Call to Order|
|GNS 430W is an all-in-one GPS/Nav/Comm solution. It features a WAAS-certified GPS, 2280-channel capacity comm and 200-channel ILS/VOR with localizer and glideslope. Traditionally it would take a host of components to provide the capabilities of this one smart box. High-speed 5 Hz processing makes navigation calculations and map redraw rates five times faster than earlier GNS series navigators.|
|$7995 Call to Order|
|SL30 packs a 760-channel VHF comm transceiver and 200-channel VOR/LOC/GS nav receiver with DME display into one small space. Besides traditional nav/comm features, SL30 also incorporates workload-reducing functions such as automatic decoding of the Morse code station identifier for VOR/LOC/ILS, most-used frequency storage in unit memory, built-in course deviation indicator and more.|
|The all-purpose, high-performance SL40 is packed with innovative features not found on competitive units. In its space-saving 1.3 x 6.25-inch design, SL40 incorporates pilot-friendly features such as active and standby flip-flop frequency tuning, direct sunlight-readable alphanumeric display, easy access to National Weather Service broadcasts, a two-place intercom and more.|
The panel-mounted GTX 327 is a TSO-certified Mode C digital transponder. Its innovative features, proven performance and reliability bring a whole new level of transponder utility to your aircraft. Looking for a more affordable alternative? The panel-mounted GTX 320A Mode C transponder features a pilot-friendly design minus the DSTN LCD display.
Remote mounted GTX32 also Available
A panel-mounted Mode S digital transponder series with traffic datalink capability and dedicated pushbutton keys for squawk code selection, the GTX 330 family brings ATC aircraft surveillance to new levels of precision, reliability and performance.
Remote mounted GTX33 also available
The first truly all-digital audio panel, Garmin’s GMA 350 introduces a number of new technologies to the cockpit, including voice recognition, 3-D audio processing, advanced auto squelch and more.
|Designed for experimental and light sport (LSA) aircraft, the versatile GMA 240 audio panel brings flexibility and functionality to the cockpit at an affordable price. This non-TSO’d audio panel comes with many of the popular control and indication features found on the GMA 340, while excluding those functions not used in experimental and LSA operations.|
|The GPSMAP 696’s bright 7" diagonal high-definition sunlight-readable display makes detailed mapping easy to see day or night — you can even view an entire approach plate on the large-format display. For easy operation, the bezel around the screen includes soft keys and a joystick control. And with a fast 5 Hz GPS update rate, the 696 renders graphics and presents flight data smoothly and continuously.|
|There are four aera models in the Garmin lineup, offering a full range of cost/capability choices. The first and most affordable unit in the series is the aera 500. Featuring a crisp 4.3-inch QVGA wide-format touchscreen and pre-loaded graphical mapping, this versatile, feature-rich unit comes ready for takeoff, right out of the box.|
|Stepping up from Garmin’s base model aera 500, the 510 version adds support for NEXRAD imaging and all the other great XM WX™ satellite weather capabilities¹. Plus, you can use the XM Radio capability to enjoy 170+ channels of digital music, news and other programming through your headset or cabin audio system.|
|Stepping up from the aera 500 model, the aera 550 brings added features, performance, and more advanced pilot/motorist capabilities to the overall product design. Terrain/obstacles graphics are shown in higher-resolution 9 arc-second detail on the aera 550 display (providing over 11 times more onscreen resolution than the standard 30 arc-second versions). And, as in all the aera models, GPS updating is provided at a super-fast 5 Hz rate. In addition to detailed flight mapping, the aera 550 comes fully preloaded with Garmin SafeTaxi® charts for over 950 U.S. airports – while an included AOPA Airport Directory database gives you detailed listings, phone numbers, facilities and fuel location information on over 7,400 U.S. landing sites, as well as airports of entry for Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean.|
|The most feature-rich navigator in Garmin’s aera lineup, the 560 model combines a more advanced list of automotive and piloting capabilities with higher-resolution 9 arc-second terrain/obstacle graphics that yield over 11 times more onscreen resolution than the standard 30 arc-second versions. As in all the aera models, GPS updating is provided at a super- fast 5 Hz rate. And you also get full support for the latest in XM WX™ satellite weather capabilities¹. With coverage for the U.S. and Canada, the XM service lets you reference detailed NEXRAD imaging and METARs data, as well as current reports on precipitation, lightning, winds aloft, airport terminal forecasts, and more. Weather graphics can be overlaid on your aera’s moving-map display. And for added entertainment value, your XM receiver can also be used to access over 170 channels of digital audio entertainment (XM subscription required).|