Configure Garmin G3X to fit your
panel layout and avionics budget.
Features a single GDU 370 display with GSU 25 Air Data, Attitude and Heading Reference System (ADAHRS), GEA 24 Engine Indication System (EIS) interface, GMU 22 magnetometer and GTP 59 air temperature probe.
Combines dual GDU 370 displays with GSU 25 Air Data, Attitude and Heading Reference System (ADAHRS), GEA 24 Engine Indication System (EIS) interface, GMU 22 magnetometer and GTP 59 air temperature probe.
Three-display G3X system featuring GDU 370 PFD/MFD, GSU 25 Air Data, Attitude and Heading Reference System (ADAHRS), GEA 24 Engine Indication System (EIS) interface, GMU 22 magnetometer and GTP 59 air temperature probe.
G3X System Options
The Garmin autopilot for G3X was developed specifically for experimental and kitbuilt aircraft. Installation kits available for RV-4/6/7/8/9/10 models, as well as industry standard mounting.
Roll axis autopilot using a single GSA 28 servo — $7501
Pitch and roll axis autopilot using 2 GSA 28 servos — $1,5001
GMC 305 autopilot control panel for dedicated mode control of the autopilot. In addition to providing complete redundancy in the event of a display failure, it also provides additional autopilot modes not accessible through the G3X interface including indicated airspeed hold (IAS), yaw damper (YD), flight director (FD), and Straight and Level (LVL)
Angle of Attack Indication
Provides accurate, real-time measurement of wing performance to provide stall margin indication to the pilot both audibly and visually.
Angle of Attack pitot (GAP 26) — $1992
Heated Angle of Attack pitot, 14V only (GAP 26) — $2992
Heated with regulator Angle of Attack pitot, 14V only (GAP 26) — $4492
(Availability expected July 2013)
Supplemental GSU 25 ADAHRS
Provides accurate and reliable referencing of aircraft attitude, heading, rate, vector and acceleration data. An additional GSU 25 provides redundancy and is compatible with existing G3X systems that utilize the GSU 73 ADAHRS.
For an additional $400 you can add SiriusXM® satellite weather and audio entertainment to your system by substituting the XM-capable GDU 375 for one of your GDU 370s. (Note: SiriusXM subscription required.)
Additional avionics options to consider:
Versatile audio panel designed for experimental and light sport (LSA) aircraft. Includes 4-place stereo intercom and support for 2 stereo music inputs. Multifunction phone/audio mini jack on the front of the unit lets you route cellphone calls or iPod/MP3/SiriusXM Radio players right through your aircraft headset — with selectable instant muting when radio transmissions are received from ATC.
Versatile slimline VHF Comm transceiver provides full 760-channel capability in a compact 1.3" high unit. Features “flip-flop” frequency preselect tuning, 2-place intercom and more.
Combines a 760-channel VHF Comm transceiver with 200-channel VOR/LOC/GS Nav receiver in space-saving 1.3" high unit. Standby frequency monitoring functions like two Nav/Comms in one. Also features automatic decoding of Morse code station identifiers, recall of most-used frequencies, built-in course deviation indicator and more.
This portable dual-link ADS-B antenna/receiver makes it easy to connect with the FAA’s uplink network for subscription-free U.S. weather and traffic information. A non-certified, receive-only product, the GDL 39 provides both visual and audible traffic alerting, as well as access to NEXRAD imagery, METARs, TAFs, winds and temperatures aloft, PIREPs, NOTAMs, and other weather information. TargetTrend™ technology provides an easy-to-interpret picture of aircraft trajectories relative to your own while SURF technology displays surface targets on the G3X map screen. Remote mount version expected to be available June 2013
Space-saving standalone GPS moving-map navigator provides easy-to-interpret color graphics, detailed moving map and full WAAS approach capability — enabling virtual glidepath guidance into thousands of airports not served by ILS. Can be used to meet ADS-B “high integrity” position source requirements.
All-in-one GPS/Nav/Comm solution with touchscreen interface and built-in SBAS/WAAS navigation capabilities. Meets ADS-B “high integrity” position source requirements. And it&rsqou;s approved to fly LPV “glidepath” approaches into thousands of airports without an ILS.
Starts at $9,5953
Affordable 250-watt digital Mode S transponder offers data link capabilities with Traffic Information Services (TIS-A) interface and auto standby capability. Provides ADS-B “Out” with extended squitter, which can be paired with a WAAS position source for compliance with FAA’s NextGen mandate.
IFR Navigation Adapter
With the GAD 29 adapter, you can pair your GTN touchscreen avionics or GNS navigator with the G3X for IFR operations and other advanced navigation. Availability expected July 2013.
1 Price does not include installation kits. Reflects manufacturer‘s minimum advertised price.
2 Compatible with existing G3X systems. A GSU 25 is required for interface. Reflects manufacturer‘s minimum advertised price. Price does not include installation kits.
3 Reflects manufacturer‘s minimum advertised price.
4 A new GPS 400W must be purchased with a G3X system or installed in conjunction with an existing G3X system to obtain this pricing. Reflects manufacturer‘s minimum advertised price. Price does not include installation kits.