Garmin Products

 

GNS430
The GNS 430, designed as the first in a line of new aviation products, is an equally versatile panel-mounted companion to the GNS 530. It is a WAAS-upgradeable IFR GPS, Com, VOR, LOC, and glide-slope with color moving map in one multipurpose unit. The TSO'd VHF Com offers a choice of 25 kHz or 8.33 kHz spacing for 760- or 3040-channel configuration respectively. A huge Jeppesen database (that can be updated with a front-loading data card) contains all airports, VORs, NDBs, Intersections, FSS, Approach, DPs/STARs, and SUA information. The GNS 430 makes practical use of this information with features like intelligent frequency nomination. more details

 

 

GTX327
With the introduction of the GTX™ 327 solid-state Mode C digital transponder, Garmin® revolutionizes a part of the panel that has been long overlooked. This full-featured, TSO certified transponder brings a unique level of functionality and utility to your airplane. Its solid-state transmitter provides 200 watts nominal power output and eliminates the need for a cavity tube which, when it fails, will be expensive to replace. And since the GTX 327's design is 100 percent solid state, there's lower power consumption, much lower heat emission, and no warm up time—all of which translates into a longer service life. more details

 

 

GMA340 
The GMA 340 features innovative LED-illuminated push button controls that allow audio selection of both NAV and Comm audio. Large buttons activate the Comm microphone and audios for up to three Comm transceivers to simplify cockpit workload. Another feature of the GMA 340 is the Split Comm, which allows the pilot to transmit/receive on Comm 1 and the co-pilot to transmit/receive on Comm 2. MASQ™ processing reduces ambient noise from the avionics inputs. Comm transmit indication is also provided. Speaker selection is available to monitor the aircraft radios or to make PA announcements. There are two unswitched inputs for telephone ringers, altitude alert warnings, or other warning tones. more details

GI 106A
The GI 102A and GI 106A are panel-mounted Course Deviation Indicators (CDI's) with rectilinear meter movements and contain integral GPS, NAV, and VLOC mode annunciators. The GI 102A has a VOR/LOC/GPS needle, TO/FROM indicator, and NAV warning flag. The GI 106A has these same features, plus a GS needle and flag. Both units contain an integral resolver for OBS feedback. The GI 102A and GI 106A units also feature anti-reflective lenses and are backlit. more details


 

GNS 530
The GNS 530 represents the single biggest idea in integrated avionics in years. Traditionally, it would take a host of components to provide the capabilities represented in this one sophisticated box. It is a WAAS-upgradeable IFR GPS, Com, VOR, LOC and glide-slope with color moving map all rolled into one. A TSO'd VHF Com offers a choice of 25 kHz or 8.33 kHz spacing for 760- or 3040-channel configuration respectively. A huge Jeppesen database (that can be updated with a front-loading data card) contains all airports, VORs, NDBs, Intersections, FSS, Approach, DPs/STARs and SUA information. The GNS 530 makes practical use of this information with features like intelligent frequency nomination. more details


GPSMAP 295       
Mapping details on Garmin's GPSMAP 295 provide a clear picture of the ground below. Its big, 4-inch (diagonal) 16-color display makes it easy to distinguish SUAs from highways, or VORs from nearby towns. Move the cursor to one of those SUAs and the name, controlling agency, and vertical boundaries pop-up on the map. Meanwhile a "vector to final" feature offers the finest situational awareness on approach. This unit also can provide position accuracy to less than three meters when receiving WAAS corrections. more details

GPSMAP 196
This WAAS-capable unit has detailed moving map graphics, HSI steering guidance, a Jeppesen database, and all the other pilot-friendly features you'd expect from Garmin. You'll be amazed at the exceptional resolution and contrast on this unit's 12-level grayscale display, and its lightning-fast processor makes for extremely fast map redraws and scrolling. more details

 

 

 

GTX330
The GTX™ 330/330D are Mode S, IFR-certified transponders with datalink capability, including local traffic updates and expandability to accommodate potential future services such as ADS-B. Now, from the comfort of your aircraft, you can receive FAA Traffic Information Services (TIS), including location, direction, altitude, and climb/descent information of nearby aircraft on your GNS 530 or GNS 430. The result is improved communication between aircraft and air traffic control (ATC), providing U.S. pilots with greater traffic awareness in busy terminal areas. more details

GDL 49
Garmin® is now able to provide flight-critical weather data to its 400 and 500 series panel mounts through the new GDL 49 Satellite Data Link Transceiver. Pilots who install the GDL 49 and subscribe to Echo Flight's weather Data Link service can have instant access to NEXRAD weather data, and METARS.

Echo flight uses low earth orbit satellites to deliver weather information to the cockpit on a request basis. Weather data can be displayed in textual or graphical format, and pilots can request it at their current location, their destination, or anywhere in between. more details

KMD 150 MFD
Color Multi-Function Display

 

 

KLX35/135A
GPS or GPS/Comm with moving map

 


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