Garmin Dual G600 TXi
The Garmin G600 Txi
Bright, crisp 10.6” and 7” LCD touchscreen displays offer industry-leading scalability and flexibility in a wide range of panel configurations
Meets higher software assurance levels required for Part 23 Class 3 aircraft (MTOW
Engine information system (EIS) optionally available on 7” displays 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 GTN650/750 series
Full compatibility with original G600 system sensors for a simplified, cost-effective upgrade path
L3 Communications ESI-500
Electronic Standby Instrument System
High-resolution, 24-bit color display
Designed specifically for Part 23 (Class I, II & III) airplanes and Part 27 rotorcraft
Mirrors PFD presenting attitude, altitude, airspeed and slip data
Options for terrain, SynVis, obstacles, heading and navigation
Internal lithium-ion battery offers uninterrupted flight data
Low-cost, compact design for piston and turboprop aircraft
Garmin GAD 43e
The Garmin GAD 43e adapter unit offers enhanced autopilot interface capabilities for the G600/G500 flight display systems.
Like the GAD 43, the GAD 43e can enable AHRS digital altitude/heading reference with selected autopilots in place of costly-to-maintain ADI gyro indicators. The GAD 43e can also interface to analog VOR/LOC/GS receivers, and functions as an altitude preselector and vertical speed controller when interfaced with compatible autopilots. It will even enable the display of marker beacon lamps, DME distance, synchro ADF bearing and analog radar altitude on your G500/600. These new interface capabilities work to reduce the workload of the pilot.
Accurate time-keeping is essential for any pilot and in-flight USB charging power is a necessity. The MD93 Series Digital Clock/USB Charger features intuitive operation with four modes: local time, universal time, flight timer and stopwatch. The Dual USB Charging Port supplies the electric current needed to charge any standard or high-power device with a USB interface, while protecting itself and the charging device from short circuit, power surges and over-current potential.