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Cessna 425

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Garmin G600 TXi

G600 TXi is a revolution in retrofit flight displays. It boasts a clean-sheet touchscreen design and builds on the proven capabilities of our original G600 glass flight display series to offer you a vastly expanded array of features, options and panel layout possibilities. It also includes system software that meets the higher assurance levels required for FAR Part 23 Class 3 aircraft (typically piston or turbine aircraft weighing between 6,000 lbs and 12,500 lbs). Backed by our No. 1-ranked product support team, the G600 TXi upgrade makes it easy to bring next-generation technology to virtually any cockpit you can fly without a type rating.

Garmin GFC 600 Digital Autopilot

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, under-speed and overspeed protection, automatic LVL mode, airspeed climb and decent (IAS) mode, vertical navigation (VNAV) mode¹, flight director (FD) command cues and more.

Garmin GI 275 – Flight Decks Displays

Garmin International unveiled a series of instrument panel-mounted displays that are rear-mounted into standard 3.125-inch panel cutouts, offering a simple way to replace legacy vacuum- or electric-driven instruments with capable new electronic displays. The GI 275 can replace attitude indicators, attitude direction indicators, horizontal situation indicators (HSIs), and course deviation indicators (CDIs), and it can also replace engine instruments as a primary engine indication system (EIS).

Garmin GSB 15

In just a few short years, battery-powered mobile devices have become essential in-flight tools for pilots and their passengers alike. Pilots use their tablets or smartphones to access flight plans, moving maps, charts, weather data, manuals and more — while passengers access entertainment, messaging and all types of productivity apps on their devices. But invariably, all these portable electronics need an external power source to keep them charged and ready to use over a long flight. That’s where our GSB 15 USB charging hub makes all the difference.

Garmin GTX-345R ADS-B ”In-Out” Transponder

The Garmin GTX 345 is a Mode S Extended Squitter (ES) transponder, known for its ADS-B (Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast) capabilities. It’s designed to provide aircraft with compliance to the ADS-B Out mandates while also offering ADS-B In capabilities for enhanced situational awareness. Overall, the Garmin GTX 345 is a versatile transponder that not only ensures compliance with ADS-B mandates but also enhances safety and situational awareness in the cockpit through its ADS-B In capabilities.

Garmin GAD 43e

The 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 analogue 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 analogue radar altitude on your G500/600. These new interface capabilities work to reduce the workload of the pilot.

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