Non-pressurised Baron

Equipment that was included but is not displayed on panel
- Flightstream 510
- Garmin GTX 335R
- Garmin GMA 35C
- Garmin GTS 800
- Garmin GWX 70

Garmin G500 TXi 10"

Garmin G500 TXi 10”

Touchscreen Flight Displays for General Aviation Aircraft

  • Bright, crisp 10.6” and 7” LCD touchscreen displays offer industry-leading scalability and flexibility in a wide range of panel configurations

  • Engine information system (EIS) optionally available on dedicated 7” display or 10.6” display with split-screen data strip

  • HSI mapping enhances situational awareness with MFD-like geographical map detail, weather, traffic display and more — overlaid within HSI portion of the primary flight display (PFD)

  • Interfaces with popular avionics and autopilots, offering full touchscreen system continuity with our GTN™ 650/750 series

  • Full compatibility with original G500 system sensors for a simplified, cost-effective upgrade path

 

It’s a clean-sheet touchscreen design. One that builds on the proven capabilities of our original G500 glass flight display series to offer you a vastly expanded array of features, options and panel layout possibilities. Backed by our No. 1-ranked product support team, the next-generation G500 TXi line-up makes it easy to configure a reliable glass cockpit system that can grow with your needs without overstretching your budget.

 

Going with Glass Just Got Easier

 

Designed specifically for FAR Part 23 Class 1/Class 2 aircraft (singles and twins weighing less than 6,000 lbs), G500 TXi glass touchscreens integrate with the GTN touchscreen GPS/Nav/Comm series¹ to provide a fully certified glass suite solution. Reliable attitude/heading reference system(s) (AHRS) replaces the old-style, maintenance-prone mechanical gyros in your system. Available in 7” portrait or landscape orientations — and in a larger 10.6” horizontal format — the G500 TXi displays offer a variety of configurations to fit your panel and budget. The 10.6” displays accommodate PFD information and a multifunction display (MFD) within the same unit. Optional engine, fuel and electrical readouts can also be viewed in a vertical strip alongside the PFD/MFD information on the 10.6” display. The 7” portrait format can be dedicated to PFD (with HSI map), MFD or EIS displays. And the 7” landscape format is configured to provide a dedicated, standalone EIS display.

 

Flexible Configuration Options

 

In configuring your system, you can mix and match up to 4 of the high-resolution touchscreen displays in your cockpit. Or you can start with a single 7” portrait display serving as your PFD, and expand the system’s capabilities by adding additional G500 TXi displays. The variety of G500 TXi screen sizes and display orientations can support more than 25 different approved cockpit configurations. And each display offers the capability to have a built-in AHRS along with an air data computer (ADC) module integrated on the back of the display unit. As an additional option for remote mounting, a combined air data and attitude heading reference system (ADAHRS) is available, or AHRS and ADC units are available separately. For aircraft already equipped with the original G500 series flight displays, full TXi compatibility with existing system sensors makes for an easy, cost-effective upgrade path.

 

 

Standalone or Integrated Engine Information

 

Whether it’s integrated in a split-screen view on the 10.6” display or shown on a dedicated 7” display, engine and fuel monitoring data is easy to access and interpret with G500 TXi. The optional engine information system is compatible with most popular Lycoming or Continental 4- to 6-cylinder engines (whether normally aspirated or turbocharged) and can provide support for both single- and twin-engine aircraft. Prominent engine gauges on the display provide real-time indications and support for lean assist mode, pilot advisories and more — enabling you to optimize fuel economy while maintaining high efficiency and performance from your engine(s). Better still, EIS data is automatically logged to an SD™ card and, with Connext®, is wirelessly downloaded to the Garmin Pilot app running on your compatible mobile device¹. This data can then be exported and analyzed by your service team.

 

Brighter, Faster, Easier, Better

 

Garmin built the TXi series from the ground up by leveraging the experience gained in designing and fielding thousands of integrated flight displays. The TXi series features an intuitive menu interface that lets you use familiar knobs and/or touchscreen inputs to quickly access the functions, screen views and other flight information you want to see. Powerful dual-core processors boost the system’s graphical display capabilities — with faster zooming, panning and map rendering. Optional Garmin SVT™ synthetic vision technology enables a 3-D virtual reality landscape to be integrated on the G500 TXi flight display. Plus, modernized fonts and backlighting offer improved readability and increased display clarity to help lighten your in-flight visual workload.

 

 

HSI Mapping Takes Center Stage

 

To provide even more situational awareness, G500 TXi includes HSI mapping capabilities that put an MFD-like perspective map view within the HSI portion of your PFD. In addition to the geographical map, the HSI map view can also support the overlay of NEXRAD imagery and weather inputs from ADS-B and SiriusXM®datalinks. Additional overlays include SafeTaxi® airport diagrams, traffic, terrain and more. HSI map control and onscreen navigation are a snap, thanks to a Garmin innovation that lets you zoom in or out on the map, using a simple and natural single-finger swipe gesture.

 

High-level Avionics Integration

 

G500 TXi was designed to interface with a wide range of avionics equipment, including our digital GFC™ 600series and other popular autopilots installed in Class 1 and Class 2 aircraft. You can use the G500 TXi touchscreens for control/display of heading, course and navigation source inputs as well as autopilot mode annunciations and more (with compatible inputs). As an option, separate dedicated PFD controllers are also available in 5 different control layouts for continuity with the specific autopilot system installed in the aircraft. G500 TXi also offers advanced integration capability with GTN series navigators, providing full touchscreen continuity between the navigation, communication and flight display functions in your panel.

 

Redundancy Adds Assurance

 

For extra piece of mind in systems where multiple displays are installed, G500 TXi is designed to enter a reversionary mode — allowing a single 7” portrait or 10.6” display to present primary flight instrumentation and engine indications (if EIS equipped) — in the unlikely event of another display failing or shutting down. The displays have backup GPS receivers built-in as well, providing redundancy in the event your system’s primary GPS navigator ever fails. In addition, an optional backup battery is available for the 7” portrait TXi displays. If there’s ever an unexpected loss of power to your avionics, this backup battery will provide power to your display for 30 minutes — allowing time for you to land at the nearest airport. With this backup battery capability, aircraft owners who install dual 7” portrait G500 TXi displays with dual ADAHRS can forego the requirement for standby flight instruments², saving the weight and maintenance expense of vacuum-driven backup gyros. The all-glass era has truly arrived for GA aircraft.

Connext Cockpit Connectivity

 

For even more ease-of-use functionality, team your G500 TXi displays with a GTN 650/750 series navigator and our Flight Stream 510 wireless gateway¹. This setup enables our Connext wireless cockpit connectivity, which lets you stream information in real time between your avionics and compatible mobile devices running the Garmin Pilot or ForeFlight mobile apps. This turns your tablet or smartphone into a true cockpit interface. You can use your mobile device to create flight plans whenever and wherever it’s convenient, and then easily transfer the data to your avionics once you get to the airport. You can also wirelessly stream weather, traffic, attitude information and more from your avionics to your compatible device³. Plus, by using Database Concierge via Flight Stream 510, you can wirelessly transfer aviation databases downloaded to the Garmin Pilot app on your mobile device to your GTN 650, GTN 750 and G500 TXi system.

 

 

Add Weather, Traffic and Other Options (Weather not available in RSA)

 

G500 TXi seamlessly integrates with a variety of optional sensors and datalinks to support the latest weather and traffic monitoring capabilities. Our Doppler-capable GWX™ 70 onboard color radar features a reliable, solid-state design as well as optional turbulence detection and ground clutter suppression capabilities. For pilots flying in the U.S., our GTX™ 345 series all-in-one ADS-B transponders provide easy access to subscription-free ADS-B weather and advanced dual-link traffic services. Plus, by installing a GDL 69A satellite receiver with your system, you can add ground-and-airborne-accessible SiriusXM satellite weather and audio entertainment channels to the mix (subscriptions required). For a worldwide datalink solution, our GSR 56datalink provides weather data and radar imagery through the Iridium global satellite network. And for even more advanced traffic surveillance in high-density airspace, G500 TXi integrates with select TAS or TCAS systems, including our GTS™ family of traffic surveillance products.

 

It Remembers Your Likes and Preferences

 

Don’t you hate it when another pilot starts twiddling with your avionics settings — and neglects to put them back the way you left them? With G500 TXi, those worries are over. Your custom pilot profile settings can be saved4 within the system or loaded onto a removable SD card — which means you can also take your settings with you to another G500 TXi-equipped aircraft. Pilots operating within a flying club or flight school will especially appreciate this feature. Your preferred settings for backlighting, map settings and more can all be configured under your individual profile — allowing you to easily restore your system preferences prior to each flight.

 

Learn More About G500 TXi

 

With installation approval soon to a be available for hundreds of aircraft models, retrofitting your cockpit with G500 TXi is a straightforward, all-bases-covered proposition. You can select from a wide range of display formats. And no matter which configuration you choose, you’ll be flying with the peace of mind that comes with an industry-leading 2-year warranty (and optional FlightLevel Extended Warranty), backed by our award-winning product support team.

 

 

 

Garmin EIS TXi

 

Garmin EIS TXi

Real-time Engine Monitoring for TXi Touchscreen Series

 

  • Compatible with most normally aspirated or turbocharged Lycoming and Continental 4- to 6-cylinder engines powering GA singles and twins

  • Engine indications can be viewed as an integrated EIS strip on a 10.6” G500 TXi/G600 TXi display — or on a dedicated, standalone 7” display

  • Enables aircraft-specific tailoring of instrumentation inputs for engine, fuel, oil, electrical and other vital sensor data

  • Lean assist mode helps optimize fuel mixture settings for better fuel economy and more efficient engine operation

  • EIS data is automatically logged and can be wirelessly downloaded to the Garmin Pilot app on your mobile device for transport and postflight analysis¹. An SD card can also be used to transfer the EIS data

 

Take the guesswork out of fuel and engine management for your aircraft with Engine Information System (EIS) TXi. This engine monitoring solution provides graphical readouts as well as pilot-friendly tools and calculations on a dedicated 7” standalone display or an integrated data strip within the larger 10.6” G500 TXi and G600 TXi displays. That makes it easy to see and analyze the critical engine, fuel and electrical parameters that can help you maintain the best, most efficient performance from your aircraft.

 

The Power of Good Information

 

Our EIS TXi system features bright, sunlight-readable displays and large, prominent engine gauges that provide real-time indications in an easy-to-read format — with color-coded pointers and data bands offering clear visual cues to indicate normal operating ranges, cautions and exceedances. Function gauges and indicators that facilitate power management on the display can include the following: manifold pressure, RPM, fuel flow, oil pressure and fuel quantity-per-tank readouts. You can set caution alerts to advise you if you are near exceedance limits. And in case of an actual exceedance event, each out-of-limit parameter is highlighted with a flashing indication on the screen to compel immediate attention. Engine operation times can be derived from Hobbs meter or tachometer inputs. The system can also be used to monitor the state of your aircraft’s electrical system, including display of the main bus voltage, alternator amperage and power load on the battery.

 

Monitoring Temperatures

 

In addition to engine oil temperature, EIS TXi will display cylinder head and exhaust gas temperatures (EGT) for each cylinder in your engine. Since the temperature of the exhaust gas varies with the ratio of fuel to air entering the cylinders, EGT can be used as a basis for achieving the optimal fuel/air mixture for combustion. As you lean the mixture, the EGT rises as excess fuel is eliminated until the peak combustion point is achieved. By measuring the EGT of all cylinders in your engine, you can see which cylinder is first to peak and thus avoid overleaning. If you’re flying a turbocharged aircraft, turbine inlet temperature (TIT) can also be monitored with the EIS TXi system.

 

Lean Assist Mode

 

To make the fuel leaning process simpler and faster, EIS TXi offers an easy-to-use lean assist mode. Once cruise power has been established, simply press the dedicated “Lean” button on the display. Based on your preference, you can set mixture for either rich of peak or lean of peak to achieve the optimum balance of fuel economy and engine performance.

 

As you begin to lean the mixture — using the bar graph EGT display — the assist function simultaneously checks the EGT of all cylinders to identify either the first or last cylinder to reach peak. The system waits for the temperature indication to peak and then decreases by a minimum of 6 degrees F once the mixture is leaned. While waiting for the last engine cylinder to peak, violet-colored saddles will indicate the maximum temperature reached for each of the other peaked cylinders. Once the peak occurs, the corresponding temperature bar on the graph turns white, and a white “saddle” marker will indicate the appropriate cylinder. A numeric field also displays the current temperature and difference from peak for that cylinder — with this value changing to reflect all subsequent temperature fluctuations.

 

Integrated Fuel Computer

 

In addition to standard fuel quantity gauges, the EIS TXi system offers you the ability to enter and display fuel management calculations based on the unit’s integrated fuel computer. When you stop to refuel the aircraft, just update the entry for the total amount of fuel available in the tanks. You can also use quick-select “full fuel” and “fuel to tabs” buttons to enter those preset amounts. Once airborne, the system monitors your fuel flow and GPS information to estimate how much fuel, range and flight time you have left at the current settings — as well as how much fuel and endurance you’ll have left upon reaching your destination.

 

Automatically Monitor and Log Engine Data

 

To help you maintain control over aircraft maintenance and operating costs, built-in engine data logging capability is included with EIS TXi. Your aircraft’s engine performance, trend and exceedance analysis data will be automatically monitored and stored on an SD card within an EIS display. When the system is paired with a GTN™ 650 or GTN 750 and Flight Stream 510 wireless gateway, the data can be wirelessly downloaded to the Garmin Pilot app running on your compatible tablet or smartphone. By either means, this recorded data can be retrieved and used by your aircraft service technicians to identify performance issues or maintenance needs in time to help avert more costly repairs later.

 

Smart Design, Simplified Installation

 

To further minimize the cost and complexity of installing your EIS TXi system, each of the engine sensors is connected to an interface adapter that is environmentally ruggedized to allow for mounting in the engine compartment — where shorter wiring runs can be accommodated. As an alternative, where mounting space is limited, the engine interface adapter can also be installed as a consolidated component on the back of the 10.6” G500 TXi and G600 TXi touchscreen displays.

 

A Clear Path to Higher Efficiency

 

With its intuitive touchscreen interface and flexible configuration options, EIS TXi offers a comprehensive engine monitoring solution for your aircraft’s glass cockpit system upgrade. With installation approval soon to be available for hundreds of today’s most popular aircraft makes and models, it will bring enhanced fuel management, improved engine efficiency, advanced maintenance diagnostics and a host of other safety-enhancing features to your Continental- or Lycoming-powered GA piston aircraft.

Garmin GFC 600

Garmin GFC 600

Bring New Levels of Autopilot Capability and Reliability to Your Aircraft

 

  • Cost-effective, superior in-flight characteristics, built-in self-monitoring capabilities and minimal maintenance needs when compared to older generation autopilot systems

  • Designed for existing single- and twin-engine piston and turbine aircraft that have a wide range of aircraft speed and performance characteristics, initially available for select Cessna and Beechcraft models with more to follow

  • Stand-alone autopilot that boasts superior integration potential with G600/G500 and TXi series glass flight displays, Garmin navigators, as well as a variety of third-party equipment

  • Robust feature set, including safety features such as underspeed and overspeed protection, a dedicated return-to-level (LVL) mode button, Garmin ESP (Electronic Stability and Protection), Flight Director (FD), coupled approaches and missed approaches when paired with a compatible navigator and much more

  • Offers 2-axis (pitch and roll) capabilities as well as pitch trim (provides automatic trim and manual electric trim); addition of optional fourth servo adds yaw damp capability

 

 

 

Designed for aftermarket installation on high-performance single- and twin-engine piston aircraft as well as turboprops and jets, the GFC 600 flight control system offers an impressive array of top-level safety and performance features. Leveraging technologies developed for our popular GFC 700 autopilot that drives our most advanced glass flight deck systems, these sophisticated features include Garmin ESP, underspeed and overspeed protection, automatic LVL mode, airspeed climb and decent (IAS) mode, vertical navigation (VNAV) mode¹, flight director (FD) command cues and more.

 

 

 

Maximize Performance and Capability

 

Drawing on our top-end Garmin GFC 700 flight control technology, GFC 600 provides crisp, precise response and optimum performance over the entire airspeed envelope of your aircraft. Rather than depending on failure-prone mechanical gyros, the GFC 600 system is digitally controlled, using solid-state attitude and air data sensor reference — giving you ultra-smooth roundouts, intercepts and more while also enhancing system reliability. Offering a flexible upgrade solution, GFC 600 can be interfaced with a variety of Garmin and third-party instrumentation and navigation sources. The design of the GFC 600 includes environmentally hardened servos, allowing for installation in a wide range of airframes, including harsh operating conditions. The robust hardware used in the GFC 600 autopilot’s scalable architecture lets you tailor your system’s configuration to support the level of capability you want. Every component has been engineered to work seamlessly together to ensure optimum smoothness and comfort in flight — while helping to reduce pilot workload in the cockpit.

 

 

 

Guidance from a compatible navigation source (such as GTN 750 or GTN 650) lets the GFC 600 system automatically fly a wide range of precision, no precision and GPS-guided approaches as well as holds, procedure turns, missed approaches and more. GFC 600 also includes built-in GPS roll steering capability, allowing smoother navigation tracking and eliminating the need for external roll steering converters. For installations including a compatible flight display (such as G600/G500 or our TXi series), flight director cues are displayed as command bars and are always in view when the autopilot is doing the flying — and may also be used for visual guidance when you’re hand-flying the aircraft. Better still, with support for a remotely installed Takeoff/Go-around (TOGA) button, the autopilot can be cued to automatically capture the correct pitch attitude required to fly a missed approach and then follow the missed approach procedure loaded in your compatible GPS navigator.

 

 

 

Control from Your Avionics Stack

 

For selection and control of GFC 600 modes and functions, a compact autopilot controller comes standard with the system. Featuring backlit keys and a bright, sunlight-readable annunciator display, the mark-width controller mounts conveniently in your avionics stack. An intuitive up/down control wheel on the unit allows for easy and precise adjustment of aircraft pitch, airspeed and vertical speed modes. And for installations where the autopilot controller is out of the pilot’s primary field of view and a G600/G500 flight display is not installed for mode annunciation, a stand-alone mode annunciator is available that retains an identical footprint of third-party autopilot annunciators on the market. Support for a remotely-installed control wheel steering (CWS) button allows you to temporarily disengage the servos to hand-fly the aircraft. Then, to further enhance safety in potentially disorienting situations, a dedicated LVL mode button on the autopilot controller lets you command the autopilot to automatically return your aircraft to straight-and-level flight.

 

 

 

Silky-smooth Servo Control

 

Integrated “smart” servos linked to the flight control surfaces of your aircraft are used to apply the control inputs as commanded by the autopilot. Digitally controlled speed and torque limits on these inputs allow faster, crisper and more powerful response — enabling your GFC 600 system to track the intended flight path with smooth efficiency. For maximum reliability and safety, the GFC 600 servos incorporate brushless DC motors and a gear train that eliminate the need for a mechanical slip clutch. This design results in enhanced system efficiency — while also reducing maintenance/inspection requirements. The servos also provide virtually no control system friction with the autopilot turned off, decoupling the motor drives so you can hand-fly with ease.

 

 

 

Hand-fly with Stability Protection

 

As a standard feature, Garmin ESP works with GFC 600 to assist you in maintaining your aircraft in a safe, flight-stable condition when the aircraft is being hand-flown. This ESP feature functions independently of the autopilot — though it uses the same control servos — to gently nudge the controls toward stable flight whenever pitch or roll deviations exceed the recommended limits or underspeed/overspeed conditions occur. In the event of pilot incapacitation, after the system detects that it has been activated for a specified period of time, the autopilot will engage with the flight director in level mode, bringing the aircraft back to level flight and helping to avoid the onset of inadvertent stall/spins, steep spirals or other loss-of-control scenarios. Additionally, ESP can be manually disabled to allow for intentional flight manoeuvres.

 

 

 

An Autopilot That Knows Its Limits

 

With the autopilot engaged, GFC 600 also provides overspeed and underspeed protection. In a high airspeed situation — for example, if you’re descending and your aircraft is approaching VNE or VMO — the system will increase the aircraft’s pitch attitude, preventing a further increase in airspeed and potential structural damage. Likewise, at the other end of the speed spectrum, GFC 600 provides underspeed (stall) protection. For example, in the event the pilot does not immediately advance the throttle to full power, with the autopilot engaged while flying a missed approach sequence, the autopilot will help prevent an aircraft stall by reducing pitch attitude and provide the pilot with an “airspeed, airspeed” audible alert.

 

 

 

It’s Confidence-inspiring Technology

 

With its extensive features and advanced technology, the GFC 600 system offers unprecedented value in a retrofittable autopilot solution. Backed by a comprehensive warranty and the industry’s No. 1-rated product support team, it’s truly a system you can own and fly with confidence. With supplemental type certification (STC) completed on select Cessna and Beechcraft models with more to follow, it’s easy to select an approved installation that meets your mission requirements and budget. See your authorized Garmin installation center for more details on configuring a GFC 600 system for your aircraft.

Garmin GTN 750

Garmin GTN 750

Tap into a World of Navigation Capability

  • Visualizes your entire flight plan, including departures, arrivals, visual/instrument approaches, holding procedures and more

  • Overlays approach charts and potential hazards such as terrain, weather and traffic on a rich, dynamic global moving map for enhanced situational awareness

  • Combines a large, intuitive 6.9” touchscreen with dedicated Direct-to button and dual concentric knob to access information efficiently

  • Interfaces with a wide range of existing avionics and autopilots, including our Garmin TXi series touchscreen flight displays for an exceptionally integrated and harmonious experience¹

  • Optional Connext® cockpit connectivity adds wireless database updates and shares GPS position, weather, traffic and more with your mobile devices and Garmin portables²

  • Advanced capabilities optionally available include voice commands, global text/voice calling and much more²

With its centralized, touch-controlled screen providing easy access to navigation, radio tuning, multifunction display features and more, our GTN 750 navigator offers complete GPS/NAV/COMM/MFD capability in a robust, single solution. It’s approved for installation in hundreds of makes and models of fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters — putting high-resolution terrain mapping, graphical flight planning, georeferenced charting, traffic target surveillance, multiple weather options, taxiway diagrams and a host of other advanced navigation features at your fingertips.

To further streamline your cockpit management, GTN 750 integrates with other Garmin avionics to add exclusive industry-leading technologies such as Telligence voice command and Connext wireless cockpit connectivity to support data streaming between your avionics and the Garmin Pilot™, ForeFlight and FltPlan Go apps running on your iPad® tablet or another compatible mobile device. Any way you look at it, GTN technology is the logical choice for your avionics stack.

Touch and Go

If you’ve flown with our earlier-generation GNS™ 430 or GNS 530 series avionics, you’ll find the menus of GTN 750 have a familiar layout and feel. But with the GTN 750 touchscreen interface, you’re rarely more than 2 taps away from all of the system’s primary functions. The large, easy-to-use alphanumeric keypad makes data entry a breeze. Pilot-selectable data fields and shortcuts let you quickly reach the information you need to access most. Much like pinch-to-zoom scaling on a smartphone or tablet, you can use your fingers to zoom in and out on any map, traffic and terrain pages. You can quickly pan across the moving map by swiping across the 6.9” high-resolution display or enter waypoint data with the full on-screen keyboard.

For added control stability in flight, raised grips in the bezel and a shelf across the lower edge of the display serve as gripping points in both smooth and turbulent flight conditions. Traditional concentric knobs are also available for those who prefer that style of data input. If you have a second GTN, GNS 430W or GNS 530Wsystem, pilot-selectable cross-fill capability automatically shares active flight plan information from one system to the other.

Navigate with Ease

With the GTN 750 system, it’s easier than ever to build and modify your flight plan. As you enter waypoints, our FastFind feature automatically begins searching for the nearest identifier as soon as you start typing — so in most situations a press or two reveals just what you were thinking. The system even lets you load Victor airways and high-altitude jet routes by conveniently displaying the airway segments available from a waypoint and the corresponding exit options. Graphical flight planning capabilities allow you to preview your entire route on the map, and the handy "rubber band" feature lets you grab any leg of your route and move it to accommodate amendments to your flight plan.

A dedicated Direct-to key on the GTN 750 bezel allows a direct GPS course to be entered for any selected waypoint. It also provides a quick menu of nearest airports and flight plan waypoints for instant entry. With high-resolution terrain mapping — including topography features, cities, airports, terminal areas, SUAs and more, plus optional Class A or B TAWS alerting — you’ll confidently find your way around the sectional-like airspace depiction, with convenient altitude limits right on the moving map. The Smart Airspace feature automatically highlights airspace close to your current altitude and de-emphasizes airspace away from the current altitude. The FliteCharts® database or optional Jeppesen® ChartView service provide you with georeferenced approach plates and procedures, while our SafeTaxi® database overlays runways, taxiways, FBOs and hangars on the moving map.

Fly Approaches, Glidepaths, Holding Patterns and More

With almost double the GPS approach procedures available in the U.S. compared with ground-based ILS approaches, this SBAS/WAAS-certified GPS receiver can allow you to fly GPS-guided LPV glidepath instrument approaches down to as low as 200’, greatly expanding your operational capability. The system also includes a complete package of VHF navigation capabilities, with VOR/ILS with localizer and glideslope. When you load procedures, GTN will preload NAV frequencies to the standby position and can auto select the VHF NAV source for ILS approaches. For added flexibility, you can also select vectors to intercept your final approach course and set up a stabilized approach. Precise course deviation and roll steering outputs can be coupled to Garmin autopilots and select third-party autopilots so IFR flight procedures such as holds, NextGen radius-to-fix (RF) legs and missed approaches may be flown automatically.

In addition, GTN 750 lets you create and execute custom holding patterns over an existing waypoint or user-defined waypoint. This same technology can simplify search and rescue operations with the optional ability to add common search pattern types into the flight plan. This includes Orbit Search, Parallel Line Search, Expanding Square and Sector Search patterns. When operating in VFR conditions, GTN 750 can also provide advisory vertical approach guidance based on a published glidepath angle or a 3-degree approach glideslope from the runway threshold, while considering terrain and obstacle clearance. With this advisory guidance, you’re able to fly more consistent and more precise vertical glidepaths into a variety of airfields.

Make Communication a Breeze

A fully certified VHF communications radio provides a standard 10 W (or optional 16 W) of power output. The system is even pilot-selectable to either 25 kHz or 8.33 kHz channel spacing. Recent, nearby and saved frequencies are easy to access. And you'll have added confidence knowing you're talking to the right controller every time with the automatic display of the station’s identifier right below the frequency, for example KIXD ASOS or CHICAGO ACC. As an additional safety feature, holding down the volume knob will automatically dial in the emergency frequency. The GTN also automatically decodes a station’s Morse code to provide a positive identification – no aural decoding required.

Add ADS-B Traffic, Weather and More

Available dual-link Garmin ADS-B equipage solutions, such as our GTX™ 345 series transponders or GDL® 88 universal access transceivers, allow GTN 750 to display up to 60 ADS-B traffic targets as well as subscription-free ADS-B weather data in the U.S. The ADS-B weather link provides in-flight access to animated NEXRAD imagery, METARs, TAFs, winds and temperatures aloft, PIREPs, NOTAMs and more. On the traffic side, both visual and audio alerts help you recognize and avoid potential conflicts in busy airspace. Our patented TargetTrend relative motion technology offers a faster, more intuitive way to judge the direction and closure rate of intruding targets in relation to your aircraft’s position. And for even more advanced traffic surveillance in high-density airspace, GTN 750 can integrate with select TAS or TCAS systems, including our GTS family of traffic surveillance products.

At the start or end of each flight, TerminalTraffic technology provides the most comprehensive picture of ADS-B-equipped aircraft and ground vehicles in the airport environment. ADS-B-equipped aircraft in-flight are easily distinguished from ground vehicles and taxiing aircraft, which are displayed using distinct colors and symbols. All information is presented on a simple, easy-to-understand SafeTaxi® diagram with reference to runways, taxiways, hangar locations and more. Additionally, when configured for helicopter operations, TerminalTraffic helps pilots easily distinguish potential traffic conflicts while in the airport environment by minimizing nuisance alerts from fixed-wing aircraft and abbreviating select alerts while performing unique helicopter maneuvers such as hovering.

Additional Weather and Connectivity Options

You can couple the GTN 750 system with a GDL 69 series datalink receiver to bring even more safety-enhancing (and enjoyment-enhancing) capabilities to your aircraft. With this arrangement, you’re able to receive SiriusXM® satellite weather and audio entertainment3. There’s also an optional GSR 56 receiver that can provide Worldwide Weather data virtually anywhere on the globe, as well as the ability to make and receive phone calls and send and receive text messages while in the air3. To help you better understand weather trends, all of the NEXRAD graphical datalink weather options are animated. You can also collect and display your own weather data with an onboard weather radar — such as the solid-state and Doppler-capable GWX 75 with its optional turbulence detection and ground clutter suppression features or a wide range of other third-party systems.

Audio Management with Voice Control

By pairing your GTN 750 with one of our GMA™ 35 or GMA 350 series audio panels, you can do even more to enhance and uncomplicate your cockpit communications. With available Bluetooth® wireless connectivity built in, these digital audio systems can be used with your smartphone (or other compatible devices) to make phone calls or stream audio entertainment through your cabin headsets or speakers. In addition, the remote-mount GMA 35 versions enable your GTN 750 touchscreen to double as the control panel for your audio system, providing intuitive audio menus while saving vital space in your avionics stack.

Then, for the crowning touch, our patented Telligence voice control feature enables you to activate key functions by using spoken commands. Intuitively based on phrases pilots commonly use, Telligence accepts hundreds of commands. For example, by simply pressing a push-to-command button on the yoke and saying “Show Flight Plan Page,” GTN will automatically display the flight plan page. Or, when on approach to land, you can simply state “Tune Destination Tower” to load the tower frequency into the standby position. If ATC asks for your distance from the airport, state “Say Distance” to display a pop-up box with distance information, and have GTN read out the number so you can quickly relay that information back to ATC. With Telligence capability you’ll feel as if you have a virtual co-pilot sitting next to you because the GTN completes tasks without you taking your hands off the aircraft controls.

Cockpit Connectivity

For even more work-saving convenience, you can add one of our Flight Stream wireless gateways to your GTN system, allowing you to use our Connext technology to stream information between GTN and compatible Garmin portables or mobile devices running the Garmin Pilot, ForeFlight or FltPlan Go apps. With Flight Stream 210, you can stream information such as ADS-B traffic, weather, GPS data and backup attitude information in real time to your mobile device. In addition to those features, Flight Stream 210 enables flight plan transfer, making it easy to preload flight plans — waypoints, airway routings and all — onto your tablet, smartphone or portable device for quick uploading to your avionics once you’ve arrived at the airport. With an optional GSR 56 datalink, you can even use Garmin Pilot to send text messages and initiate satellite phone calls from your aircraft.

 

Database Synchronization

For even more capability, you can opt for our Flight Stream 510 to further enhance the Connext experience. This patented multimedia card contains Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth connectivity and installs in the memory card slot of your GTN 750 to provide flight plan transfer, traffic, weather, GPS information and more — plus our Database Concierge database transfer and management capabilities. At home you can download selected databases onto your mobile device, using the Garmin Pilot app. Then, once you get to the airport, Flight Stream 510 will automatically establish a wireless connection to the Garmin Pilot app and upload the databases from your device to your GTN in minutes. The GTN then automatically transfers and synchronizes your databases to G500/G600 and TXi series flight displays as well as other GTN systems behind the scenes.

 

Fly with Helicopter-specific Enhancements

GTN 750 is also available with a number of optional enhancements to help meet the unique demands of helicopter missions. In addition to the already extensive obstacle database used in fixed-wing aircraft, an available helicopter-specific obstacles database features more than 200,000 additional low-altitude obstacles. For added protection, an expanded version of this database features more than 700,000 miles of power lines. This allows for additional visual reference in low-level operations, where our WireAware wire-strike avoidance technology uses this database to overlay power lines on the map displays to help pilots recognize potential wire-strike hazards in proximity to the flight path. On the GTN display, each segment of the wire can be touched to instantly reveal both MSL and AGL — and they’re also included in the obstacle alerting so they’ll shade either yellow or red, given your distance to the lines.

 

Everything From HTAWS to Night Vision

For the ultimate helicopter safety solution, pair GTN 750 with optional HTAWS to provide audible alerting and 5-color shading that highlights nearby terrain, obstacles and wires in proximity to your flight patch — as well as voice callouts when descending below 500’. Also, when you’re in the know of potential hazards, you can use our reduced protection and inhibit modes to help keep alerts to a minimum. If you’re using ADS-B “In” to monitor traffic targets in your vicinity, our exclusive On Scene mode helps prevent continued traffic alerting once you’re aware of called-out targets. Plus, when paired with a GRA 55 radar altimeter, GTN can be used to display AGL altitude with HTAWS alerting down to 50’. And to support night operations, GTN 750 is optionally available with night vision goggle (NVG) compatibility.

 

Garmin GTN 650

 

Garmin GTN 650

 

The GTN 750’s smaller sibling, but with the same punch:

 

The GTN 650 offers the same graphical flight planning on a smaller screen. Fully integrated NAV/COM/GPS with a touchscreen display.

 

Space saving and ahead of the curve

 

The GTN 650 has everything needed to make your flying simpler, faster and safer. The beautiful 4.9-inch high resolution display easily navigated with the touchscreen interface is why Garmin is the leading choice in touchscreen avionics. Grips on the side of the bezel for ease of operation during turbulent conditions.

 

Simple touchscreen operating system

 

The GTN 650 is designed to be as user friendly as possible, so you are rarely more than 2 taps away from the system’s primary functions. Easy to input the needed information with the touchscreen keyboard that comes up when needed. Swipe your finger to pan across the moving map or tap on locations to view important information about that point like airport frequencies, height, runways, fuel information, runway height and more.

 

Flight planning made easy

 

The GTN 650 allows the pilot enter his flight plan and navigate using a moving map interface that has all the information needed for a successful flight. Nearest option if needed to urgently navigate to a nearby airport or to use for easily finding airports for your flight plan. Needed information available for all registered airports like frequencies and runway information. GPS instrument display to keep you flying on track and terrain warnings to keep you safe and raise situational awareness.

 

Put It on Autopilot

 

Working in tandem with standard autopilots that accept roll-steering commands, GTN 650 behaves like a high-end flight management system (FMS) and can automatically fly your aircraft through holding patterns, procedure turns and other position-critical IFR flight procedures.

 

 

 

MidContinent MD-93

MidContinent MD-93

Features:

  • Compact 2-inch size fits standard panel cutout

  • Six-digit, seven-segment LED clock and USB charger

  • Four modes: Local Time, Universal Time, Flight Timer and Stopwatch

  • Flight time duration automatically displays when power is applied to the aircraft and can be reset in manual mode

  • Clock settings include 12- or 24-hour mode and seconds On or Off

  • Multiple lighting schemes allows manual or automatic dimming

  • 8-year internal battery maintains time and flight timer memory when not powered by the aircraft

  • USB interface provides 2.1 amps per charging port

  • Compatible with Apple and other USB devices

  • Protects itself and the charging device from short circuit, power surges and over-current potential

  • Designed and built in Wichita, Kansas, USA

  • One-year limited warranty

Specifications:

 Power Input: 10–32 VDC, 27 watts max / 2.1A @ 14 VDC; 1A @ 28 VDC (clock only)

  • Power Output: 5.0 ± 0.25 VDC; 2.1A per USB Port

  • Clock Accuracy: ±0.5 seconds in 24 hours

  • Weight: 0.3 lbs

  • Temperature: -40oC to 70oC (-40oF to 158oF)

  • Altitude: 55,000 feet

  • Mounting: Rear-panel mounted, (4) #6 screws

  • Dimensions: 2.39 x 2.39 x 1.15 inches max

  • Connector Kit: MCIA P/N 9018178

  • USB Interface: USB Standard-A

  • Case: Anodized aluminium black

 

Kannad ELT 406 - Whip Antenna

 

McMurdo Kannad Integra 406 ELT

 

1 McMurdo Kannad Integra 406 ELT

 

Embedded GPS – It reduces the location accuracy from 28 square miles to only 0.03 square miles. The embedded GPS avoids the cost of a GPS interface installation

 

406MHz Internal antenna The 406 MHz back-up antenna enables the ELT to transmit the 406 MHz distress signal independently from the aircraft, even when removed. The Integra ELT has the unique capability to operate independently of the aircraft even when the external antenna is damaged or broken

 

  • Operating Temperatures: -20° to +55°C

  • Two-frequency transmitter (121.5 / 406MHz) 48 hour certified transmission on 406MHz (distress) and 121.5MHz (homing)@ -40°C

  • 6 year battery life-time

  • Internal GPS receiver

  • Internal 406MHz antenna

  • Weight: 850 g

  • Transmitter Dimensions: 131x 86 x 75.4 mm

 

 

 

2 – UNIVERSAL Mounting Bracket

 

Designed for retrofit to replace a former 121.5 ELT by a  KANNAD an INTEGRA ELT

 

Compatible with ACK, AMERIKING, ARTEX, JOLLIET, NARCO, POINTER

 

Designed with a retaining strap for quick removal in an emergency and for easy removal for maintenance or exchange

 

Weight: 180g

 

Dimensions: 175 x 99 x 16mm

 

Designed for OEM and General Aviation

 

 

 

3 & 4 – Whip Antenna, RAMI AV200 (Note: suggested for fitting to fixed wing application)

 

Developed by RAMI

 

Whip dual frequency antenna (121.5 / 406 MHz)

 

Can easily be installed through a single hole (Ø 13 mm, 0.515 in.) in the aircraft skin

 

Female BNC connector

 

Impedance 50 ohms

 

VSWR:  2.0:1 or better@121.5 MHz

 

1.5:1 or better@406 MHz

 

Weight: 85g

 

Height: 609.6mm

 

Applications: Aircraft up to 250kts

 

TSO available

 

 

 

5 – Remote Control Panel, Kit RC200 + Sub-D connector

 

Weight: 50g.

 

Dimensions : 33 x 50 x 43mm

 

3-position red switch (ON, ARMED, TEST/RESET)

 

D-SUB 9 pin connector with threaded locking device (UNC 4-40)

 

Output to drive an external buzzer

 

Output to control an external horn or annunciator (up to 1A)

 

Kit includes mating SUB-D9 connector for easier installation

 

Applications

 

All aircraft

 

Straight replacement for ARTEX RCPs to ensure easy replacement of your old two frequency ELT