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EASA Certifies Garmin G3X Touch

Jul 29,2020

Garmin's 10.6-inch (left) and 7-inch (right) G3X Touch displays installed in a Grumman Tiger.


Europe-based owners of certified single-engine aircraft can now install Garminí»s G3X Touch in their aircraft, thanks to EASAí»s certification of the displays. G3X Touch displays come in seven- and 10.6-inch sizes and can be installed as dual seven-inch or 10.6-inch displays, a combination of each size, or single displays. Prices for certified G3X Touch start at $7,995 for the seven-inch display and $9,995 for the 10.6-inch display, which includes the supplemental type certificate.


G3X Touch offers synthetic vision as standard as well as vertical navigation. Also available is Garmin Connext for wireless flight plan transfer and sharing weather, traffic, and backup attitude information with compatible mobile devices.


When installed with Garminí»s GFC 500 autopilot, G3X Touch provides the attitude source, and a separate G5 electronic flight instrument isní»t required. With the GFC 500 paired with the G3X Touch, pilots can fly autopilot-coupled IFR approaches, coupled visual approaches, and fully coupled go-arounds. This also requires the installation of a Garmin GPS 175, GNC 355, GNX 375, or GTN series navigator.


To provide a suitable backup for the G3X Touch, the G5 can serve this function. The GFC 500 autopilot works with either unit and picks which one is the best source if there is a miscompare.


G3X Touch is compatible with various audio panels, including Garminí»s GMA 345 and 342, and it can also control two comm radios. For piston engines up to six cylinders, G3X Touch can display engine and fuel information when paired with the GEA 24 engine interface module.


In avionics, the display screen ACTS like an eye, helping the pilot understand everything inside and outside the plane.More convenient, more clear, more comprehensive aircraft display is also the goal of development.


Under this background, the 9th Civil Avionics International Forum (CAIF) will be held on August 12th - 13th, in Shanghai. CAIF has been held successfully for eight times, this forumí»s theme is Safety, Reliability, Innovation and Development. We are committed to building the forum into a professional avionics industry discuss and communicate platform in China and even in Asia. Looking forward to your participation.


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