Garmin GDU 370 Multifunction Display
Garmin's Multi-Function Display designed for the Experimental and Light Sport retrofit markets. Leveraging the technology of our GPSMAP 695 portable, the GDU 370 is a non-certified MFD which includes all the features you have come to expect from the leader in aviation in an easy to flush mount package.
What separates the GDU 370 from its portable counterpart is the "building-block" design. This MFD can be expanded in the future, by adding other Garmin components to provide a full functioning Primary Flight Display (PFD) in addition to its MFD capability, either on one single display, two displays, or up to as many as three displays in your panel. When two or three displays are utilized you gain the added redundancy of a reversionary mode in the event one display is disabled.
- Large 7" diagonal WVGA sunlight readable display
- 9-29 VDC, reverse polarity protected, 10 watts typical,
- Dual isolated power inputs
- 5 Hz High-sensitivity GPS receiver
- 3 RS-232 interface ports
- Flight Plans: 50 with up to 300 points each
- User waypoints: 3000 point active track
- Track log: 10,000 point active track
- Flight log: Up to 50 most recent flights
- Front mounted SD card slot for database updating and additional mapping data
- Size: 6.04" W x 7.83" H x 3.41" D (15.34 x 19.88 x 8.67 mm)
- Weight: GDU 370, 1.56 lb. (706g)
Customers that purchase this MFD now, can easily transform the GDU 370 into a dedicated PFD or PFD/MFD in a single display with the purchase of the Garmin G3X PFD upgrade kit. We expect the additional components and software to be available in the second half of 2009 for the PFD functionality. The PFD kit will include a solid state ADAHRS, Engine Instrument System, Magnetometer, configuration module and temperature probe. With the addition of this kit to one or more GDUs the system will be known as the Garmin G3X.
The GDU 370 is a large, seven inch portrait display that incorporates Garmin's latest technology to ensure outstanding viewing day or night. The bezel that frames the sunlight readable screen has multiple keys on the bottom and right sides. The soft keys at the bottom of the display control the most commonly used features of the current page, such as turning terrain data on or off. The dedicated keys on the display's right side have specific functions such as nearest, direct to, flight plan, zoom in/out and menu. Also on the display's right side is a rotary knob/joystick, similar to the G1000's joystick, that lets pilots enter airport identifiers, pan the map, or scroll to page and sub-page groups. Unlike the GPSMAP 695, the GDU 370 is designed for panel mounting, has redundant power inputs, expanded interface capability and front mounted SD card slots.
Mounting hardware and connector included.