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G3X and G3X Touch EFIS System

Complete Garmin G3X system with single or multiple display and with, or without engine info.
SKU: K10-00016-40
Manufacturer: Garmin
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$8,650.00

Complete Garmin G3X system with single or multiple display and with, or without engine info.

Includes:
• 1,2 or 3 x GDU360/GDU460/GDU450 multifunction display *
• 1 x GSU25 ADAHRS Module *
• 1 x GMU22 Magnetometer *
• 1 x GEA24 Engine Module **
• 1 x GTP59 Outside Air Temp. Probe

* Connector/Install kits sold separately (required)
** Only supplied in systems with EIS, Connector kits sold separately (required)

GARMIN G3X Glass Cockpit System

Designed around the panel-mount GDU370 (7inch), GDU 460 (10.6inch Touch) and GDU450 (7inch Touch) Displays, the G3X suite provides an easy-to-install, non-TSO’d option that lets you grow your system as your needs and budget dictate. For example, you can start with a single glass display that combines full primary flight (PFD) attitude/directional guidance with electronic engine monitoring and detailed moving-map multifunction (MFD) capabilities. Then, should you choose to expand your cockpit configuration, you can opt for separate PFD and MFD screens – or even add a co-pilot’s flight display. A built-in network interface allows up to three displays to be interlinked in the panel, with full reversionary backup for added safety and redundancy.

g3x screen shot 1



Highly Evolved. Not Highly Expensive
Simplicity meets sophistication in the G3X flight deck. Combining flexible architecture with a G1000-like interface, the multi-tasking GDU460 features a big 10.6-inch high-definition screen (or GDU450 7-inch, or GDU370 7-inch non-touch), built-in high-sensitivity GPS receiver, rotary joystick cursor control for data entry, redundant power inputs, and softkeys for mode selection. There’s a front-loading SD card slot for easy software and database updates. Plus, a built-in aviation basemap helps provide realistic visual reference – identifying cities, roads, rivers, lakes, and other ground features along your flight path. You can choose topographic VFR or airway-style IFR map modes. And for enhanced enroute safety, there’s a built-in terrain elevation database that uses color-coding to alert you as you approach potentially hazardous terrain. Both overhead and vertical profile views of this data are graphically depicted on the terrain page.

g3x screen shot 2



Solid-State ADAHRS Makes Gyros Obsolete
The G3X system uses the latest in GPS-aided digital ADAHRS (Air Data and Attitude Heading and Reference Systems). Leveraging solid-state sensors and sophisticated attitude determination and integrity monitoring algorithms used in Garmin’s high-end G1000 system, the G3X’s ADAHRS provides highly accurate and reliable referencing of your aircraft position, rate, vector and acceleration data. Better still, the complete sensor package – ADAHRS and EIS engine monitoring¹, plus magnetometer and temperature probe – takes up just a fraction of the space and weight previously required by conventional gyro-based instrument systems.

So Many Ways to Connect

To create the ideal glass package for your aircraft, the G3X will integrate seamlessly with a wide array of Garmin avionics and sensors. The affordable GTR225A VHF Comm or GNC255A Nav/Comm units offer formats that fit easily in most smaller panels. To augment the G3X’s non-TSO’d internal VFR GPS, you can opt to add Garmin’s popular GNS 430W or 530W WAAS-certified IFR GPS/Nav/Comm units for even more capability. Another great choice is the GMA 240 non-TSO’d audio panel: It supports dual COMM and NAV receivers, has two music inputs, and lets you hear G3X audio alerts through your headset. You can even connect cellphone calls or iPod/MP3/XM Radio players – which the system will override with instant muting when radio transmissions are received from ATC.

Complete Garmin G3X system with single or multiple display and with, or without engine info.

Includes:
• 1,2 or 3 x GDU360/GDU460/GDU450 multifunction display *
• 1 x GSU25 ADAHRS Module *
• 1 x GMU22 Magnetometer *
• 1 x GEA24 Engine Module **
• 1 x GTP59 Outside Air Temp. Probe

* Connector/Install kits sold separately (required)
** Only supplied in systems with EIS, Connector kits sold separately (required)

GARMIN G3X Glass Cockpit System

Designed around the panel-mount GDU370 (7inch), GDU 460 (10.6inch Touch) and GDU450 (7inch Touch) Displays, the G3X suite provides an easy-to-install, non-TSO’d option that lets you grow your system as your needs and budget dictate. For example, you can start with a single glass display that combines full primary flight (PFD) attitude/directional guidance with electronic engine monitoring and detailed moving-map multifunction (MFD) capabilities. Then, should you choose to expand your cockpit configuration, you can opt for separate PFD and MFD screens – or even add a co-pilot’s flight display. A built-in network interface allows up to three displays to be interlinked in the panel, with full reversionary backup for added safety and redundancy.

g3x screen shot 1



Highly Evolved. Not Highly Expensive
Simplicity meets sophistication in the G3X flight deck. Combining flexible architecture with a G1000-like interface, the multi-tasking GDU460 features a big 10.6-inch high-definition screen (or GDU450 7-inch, or GDU370 7-inch non-touch), built-in high-sensitivity GPS receiver, rotary joystick cursor control for data entry, redundant power inputs, and softkeys for mode selection. There’s a front-loading SD card slot for easy software and database updates. Plus, a built-in aviation basemap helps provide realistic visual reference – identifying cities, roads, rivers, lakes, and other ground features along your flight path. You can choose topographic VFR or airway-style IFR map modes. And for enhanced enroute safety, there’s a built-in terrain elevation database that uses color-coding to alert you as you approach potentially hazardous terrain. Both overhead and vertical profile views of this data are graphically depicted on the terrain page.

g3x screen shot 2



Solid-State ADAHRS Makes Gyros Obsolete
The G3X system uses the latest in GPS-aided digital ADAHRS (Air Data and Attitude Heading and Reference Systems). Leveraging solid-state sensors and sophisticated attitude determination and integrity monitoring algorithms used in Garmin’s high-end G1000 system, the G3X’s ADAHRS provides highly accurate and reliable referencing of your aircraft position, rate, vector and acceleration data. Better still, the complete sensor package – ADAHRS and EIS engine monitoring¹, plus magnetometer and temperature probe – takes up just a fraction of the space and weight previously required by conventional gyro-based instrument systems.

So Many Ways to Connect

To create the ideal glass package for your aircraft, the G3X will integrate seamlessly with a wide array of Garmin avionics and sensors. The affordable GTR225A VHF Comm or GNC255A Nav/Comm units offer formats that fit easily in most smaller panels. To augment the G3X’s non-TSO’d internal VFR GPS, you can opt to add Garmin’s popular GNS 430W or 530W WAAS-certified IFR GPS/Nav/Comm units for even more capability. Another great choice is the GMA 240 non-TSO’d audio panel: It supports dual COMM and NAV receivers, has two music inputs, and lets you hear G3X audio alerts through your headset. You can even connect cellphone calls or iPod/MP3/XM Radio players – which the system will override with instant muting when radio transmissions are received from ATC.

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