Garmin G5

Garmin G5

The G5 electronic flight instrument delivers exceptional performance, reliability and ease of installation as a drop-in replacement for primary attitude and/or directional gyros in type-certificated fixed-wing aircraft. For select aircraft equipped with G500 or G500 TXi, G5 can also be used as a standby flight instrument to those systems. Providing an economical upgrade path via a comprehensive approved model list (AML), the compact and cost-effective G5 is bringing modern “glass cockpit” reference to thousands of aircraft that would otherwise depend on older, vacuum-driven equipment.

Garmin GMA-340 Audio Panel

Garmin GMA-340 Audio Panel

GMA 340 features convenient, LED-illuminated button controls for audio selection of both nav and com audio — as well as split comm capability for pilot and co-pilot. Large buttons activate the comm microphone and audios for up to three comm transceivers to simplify cockpit workload. Split comm allows the pilot to transmit/receive on Comm 1 and the co-pilot to transmit/receive on Comm 2.

Garmin GFC-500 Autopilot

Garmin GFC 500

Garmin GFC-500 Autopilot

To help prevent incidents caused by loss of control, the FAA and other regulators encourage the use of key technologies, such as angle-of-attack indicators and autopilots, to help increase situational awareness, reduce pilot workload and enhance safety of flight. GFC 500 is the right product — at the right price — for certified light GA aircraft. Boasting a superior feature set, GFC 500 incorporates a number of safety-enhancing technologies, including Garmin ESP, underspeed and overspeed protection, automatic LVL mode, vertical navigation (VNAV) mode³, flight director (FD) command cues and more.

Garmin GNS-430W GPS/NAV/COMM

Garmin GNS-430W GPS/NAV/COMM

GNS 430W is an all-in-one GPS/Nav/Comm solution that features a WAAS-certified GPS, 2280-channel capacity comm and 200-channel ILS/VOR with localizer and glideslope. High-speed 5 Hz processing makes navigation calculations and map redraw rates 5 times faster than earlier GNS series navigators. When installed alongside GTN series avionics, the GNS 430W can automatically receive flight plans from the touchscreen device. They can also share user waypoints with each other.

Garmin GNX-375 WAAS GPS ADS-B in-out Transponder

Garmin GNX-375

Big capabilities come in a small package with the GNX 375 navigator. With its bright, clear high-resolution touchscreen display, you can have the advanced navigation functions you’ve always dreamed of — while meeting the requirements for ADS-B “Out” and experiencing the benefits of ADS-B “In.” Entering flight information is a cinch, and accessing every function is fast and easy. It’s equally at home in certificated aircraft or an experimental aircraft. And it’s the same 2” height as older navigation equipment and can allow you to keep the composite legacy CDIs already in your aircraft to minimize installation cost¹. That makes GNX 375 the smart, affordable way to add next-generation navigation to your favorite airplane.

BendixKing KX-155A

BendixKing KX-155A

The KX 155A incorporate a number of valuable control features: Program up to 32 comm channels in a non-volatile memory circuit for ready recall of the frequencies you used on a regular basis - no backup battery required. Pre-selected frequencies are stored in a non-volatile memory circuit, eliminating the need for backup battery power.

Kannad 406 Integra ELT

Kannad 406 ELT

Automatic Fixed or Automatic Portable Aircraft ELT. The Kannad 406 AF ELT is designed to be installed near the tail and to be connected to an outside antenna. A sophisticated “shock sensor” will activate the Kannad 406 AF automatically in the event of an impact. The Kannad 406 AF can also suit helicopter installation, with the mounting tray fitted 45° nose down.

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