Garmin G5000 Database Loading
Garmin G5000 Database Loading
G5000 ChartView Update
Jeppesen ChartView works on a 14-day cycle.
Uploading at the aircraft does not take a great deal of time and can normally be done on battery power, but a GPU is advised.
The following steps outline the procedure for updating ChartView.
1) Remove the lower Garmin SD card from PFD 1, MFD, & PFD 2. (Figure 1)
GARMIN LOWER SD CARD
Figure 1
2) Place the PFD 1 lower SD card in the SD card adapter of your computer.
3) With the computer connected to the internet, open Jeppesen Distribution Manager (JDM). Enter the user ID and
password. (Figure 2)
Figure 2
4) The Distribution Manager will display all the available databases in your account.
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5) Scroll down to “Garmin G5000 - Electronic Charts” with the correct cycle & effective date. Coverage is shown below the
cycle. (Figure 3)
Figure 3
6) Right click in the “Garmin G5000 - Electronic Charts” box. Select “Program to Media”. (Figure 4)
Figure 4
7) Select the removable GARMIN (?:) drive, where drive GARMIN (?:) is the SD card reader/adapter. E: is the example in
this case (The word GARMIN is not visible in the screenshot shown here). (Figure 5)
Figure 5
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8) The system will download the file followed by programming to the SD card –Don’t pull the card out during the
programming phase. (Figures 6 & 7)
Figure 6
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When download is complete, take the SD card out.
Repeat steps 5 through 9 for the MFD and PFD 2 cards.
With aircraft power “OFF” place the cards back in the bottom slot of PFD 1, MFD, & PFD 2.
Apply aircraft power.
NOTE: A verifying message will be displayed on each of the main displays.
13) On the left MFD touch controller:
a. Go Home > Utilities > Setup > Database Status.
b. Verify sync status. When displays are complete, a “Database Sync Complete / On ground power cycle required”
message will appear at the top of the database table. (Figure 8)
Figure 8
14) Turn off aircraft power.
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15) Turn the dimmer knobs off for L PFD, MFD, and R PFD. (Figure 9)
Figure 9
16) Apply aircraft power.
17) Allow the touch controllers to boot up.
• The PFD GTCs (outboard) will power up to the home page. (Figure 10)
• The MFD GTCs (center) will power up to the pilot initialization page. (Figure 11)
Figure 10
Figure 11
18) Turn the dimmer knobs on for L PFD, MFD, and R PFD. (Figure 9)
19) From the HOME screen on the GTC touch Utilities > Setup > Avionics Status > Database tab.
20) Verify expiration date on MFD1, PFD1, PFD2, L PFD GTC, MFD L GTC, MFD R GTC, and R PFD GTC to ensure
update was successful.
21) The Garmin lower display cards must remain in the aircraft displays to prevent error messages from displaying.
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G5000 NavData Update
Jeppesen NavData works on a 28-day cycle.
Uploading at the aircraft does not take a great deal of time and can normally be done on battery power, but a GPU is advised.
The following steps outline the procedure for updating the NavData.
1) Locate the spare SD card for NavData updates.
Warning: It is very important not to use one of the SD cards that resides in the displays. It must be a separate card.
2) Place the card in the SD card adapter of your computer.
3) With the computer connected to the internet, open Jeppesen Distribution Manager (JDM). Enter the user ID and
password. (Figure 1)
Figure 1
4) The Distribution Manager will display all the available databases in your account.
5) Scroll down to “Garmin G5000 - NavData” with the correct cycle & effective date. Coverage is shown below the cycle.
(Figure 2)
Figure 2
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6) Right click in the “Garmin G5000 - NavData” box. Select “Program to Media”. (Figure 3)
Figure 3
7) Select the removable GARMIN (?:) drive, where drive GARMIN (?:) is the SD card reader/adapter. E: is the example in
this case (The word GARMIN is not visible in the screenshot shown here). (Figure 4)
Figure 4
8) The system will download the file followed by programming to the SD card –Don’t pull the card out during the
programming phase. (Figures 5 & 6)
Figure 5
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Figure 6
9) When download is complete, take the SD card out.
10) With power completely off the aircraft, turn off the MFD and PFD 2 displays by turning the dimmer knobs to the left until
in the off position. The MFD knob is at the left forward part of the pedestal, and the R PFD knob is on the right side of
the right tilt panel. (Figure 7)
NOTE: Ensure all 3 lower SD cards are installed.
Figure 7
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Place the SD card in the TOP slot on the PFD 1.
Apply aircraft power.
A prompt saying AUTO UPDATING THE STANDBY NAVIGATION DATABASE... is displayed.
After the display finishes its startup, remove the card from the upper slot of PFD 1.
Remove the diagnostics card from the upper slot of the MFD, and insert the NavData SD card into the upper slot.
Turn the MFD display dimmer knob on to power up the MFD.
A prompt saying AUTO UPDATING THE STANDBY NAVIGATION DATABASE... is displayed.
After the display finishes its startup, remove the card from the upper slot of the MFD.
Insert the diagnostics card into the upper slot of the MFD.
Insert the NavData SD card into the upper slot of PFD 2.
Turn the R PFD display dimmer knob on to power up PFD 2.
A prompt saying AUTO UPDATING THE STANDBY NAVIGATION DATABASE... is displayed.
After the display finishes its startup, remove the card from the upper slot of PFD 2.
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24) On the left MFD touch controller:
• Go Home > Utilities > Setup > Database Status.
• Verify sync status. When displays are complete, a “Database Sync Complete / On ground power cycle required”
message will appear at the top of the database table. (Figure 8)
Figure 8
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Turn off aircraft power.
Turn the dimmer knobs off for L PFD, MFD, and R PFD. (Figure 7)
Apply aircraft power.
Allow the touch controllers to boot up.
• The PFD GTCs (outboard) will power up to the home page. (Figure 9)
• The MFD GTCs (center) will power up to the pilot initialization page. (Figure 10)
Figure 9
Figure 10
29) Turn the dimmer knobs on for L PFD, MFD, and R PFD. (Figure 7)
30) From the HOME screen on the GTC touch Utilities > Setup > Avionics Status > Database tab.
31) Verify expiration date on MFD1, PFD1, PFD2, L PFD GTC, MFD L GTC, MFD R GTC, and R PFD GTC to ensure
update was successful.
32) The Garmin lower display cards must remain in the aircraft displays to prevent error messages from displaying.
33) Verify an amber X is not present over CAS window.
NOTE: If an amber X is present, the NAV Database was not loaded correctly across all the displays or controllers.
NOTE: When the previous database cycle expires, the standby database will become the active the first time the
aircraft is powered up after that date.
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G5000 SafeTaxi, Obstacle, and Airport Directory Databases
SafeTaxi, Obstacle and Airport Directory databases are updated on a 56 day cycle. Uploading can take up to 20-30 minutes for
the synching process, so a GPU is advised. The following steps outline the procedure for updating the SafeTaxi, Obstacle and
Airport Directory Databases.
NOTE: Each database must be updated separately to the lower MFD SD card
1) Remove the lower Garmin SD card from the MFD. (Figure 1)
GARMIN LOWER SD CARD
Figure 1
2) Place the card in the SD card adapter of your computer.
3) With the computer connected to the internet, open Jeppesen Distribution Manager (JDM). Enter the user ID and
password. (Figure 1)
Figure 1
4) The Distribution Manager will display all the available databases in your account.
5) Scroll down to “Garmin G5000 – Airport Directory” with the correct cycle & effective date (if database is subscribed to).
Coverage is shown below the cycle. (Figure 2)
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Figure 2
6) Right click in the “Garmin G5000 – Airport Directory” box. Select “Program to Media”. (Figure 3)
Figure 3
7) Select the removable GARMIN (?:) drive, where drive GARMIN (?:) is the SD card reader/adapter. E: is the example in
this case (The word GARMIN is not visible in the screenshot shown here). (Figure 4)
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Figure 4
8) The system will download the file followed by programming to the SD card –Don’t pull the card out during the
programming phase. (Figures 5 & 6)
Figure 5
Figure 6
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When download is complete, take the SD card out.
Repeat steps 5 through 9 for other databases “Obstacles” and “SafeTaxi” Databases as subscribed to.
With aircraft power off place the card back in the bottom slot of MFD.
Apply aircraft power.
Note: A verifying message may be displayed on the screen, wait for the system to finish loading before proceeding.
13) From the HOME screen on the GTC touch Utilities > Setup > Database Status.
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14) Monitor the Sync Status of the updated databases in the database window. Wait for all databases to complete synching,
indicated by “Complete” being displayed. (Figure 7)
Figure 7
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Turn off aircraft power.
Wait 15 seconds, and then apply aircraft power.
From the HOME screen on the GTC touch Utilities > Setup > Avionics Status > Database tab.
Verify expiration date on MFD1, PFD1, and PFD2 to ensure update was successful.
Verify airport directory expiration date on L PFD GTC, MFD L GTC, MFD R GTC, and R PFD GTC to ensure update
was successful (if applicable).
21) The Garmin lower display cards must remain in the aircraft displays to prevent error messages from displaying.
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G5000 Terrain Database Update
Terrain Database is updated on an “as needed” basis, and not on a regular schedule.
GPU is advised when uploading to the aircraft. The following steps outline the procedure for updating the Terrain Database.
1) Remove the lower Garmin SD card from the PFD 1, MFD, & PFD 2. (Figure 1)
GARMIN LOWER SD CARD
Figure 1
2) Place the PFD 1 lower SD card in the SD card adapter of your computer.
3) With the computer connected to the internet, open Jeppesen Distribution Manager (JDM). Enter the user ID and
password. (Figure 2)
Figure 2
4) The Distribution Manager will display all the available databases in your account.
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5) Scroll down to “Garmin G5000 - Terrain” with the correct cycle & effective date. Coverage is shown below the cycle.
(Figure 3)
Figure 3
6) Right click in the “Garmin G5000 - Terrain” box. Select “Program to Media”. (Figure 4)
Figure 4
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7) Select the removable GARMIN (?:) drive, where drive GARMIN (?:) is the SD card reader/adapter. E: is the example in
this case (The word GARMIN is not visible in the screenshot shown here). (Figure 5)
Figure 5
8) The system will download the file followed by programming to the SD card –Don’t pull the card out during the
programming phase. (Figures 6 & 7)
Figure 6
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Figure 7
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When download is complete, take the SD card out.
Repeat steps 5 through 9 for the MFD and PFD 2 cards.
With aircraft power “OFF” place the cards back in the bottom slot of PFD 1, MFD, & PFD 2.
Apply aircraft power.
NOTE: A verifying message will be displayed on each of the main displays.
13) On the left MFD touch controller:
a. Go Home > Utilities > Setup > Database Status.
b. Verify sync status. When displays are complete, a “Database Sync Complete / On ground power cycle required”
message will appear at the top of the database table. (Figure 8)
Figure 8
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Turn off aircraft power.
Wait 15 seconds, and then apply aircraft power.
From the HOME screen on the GTC touch Utilities > Setup > Avionics Status > Database tab.
Verify expiration date on MFD1, PFD1, and PFD2 to ensure update was successful.
The Garmin lower display cards must remain in the aircraft displays to prevent error messages from displaying.
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G5000 Basemap Database Update
Basemap Database is updated on an “as needed” basis, and not on a regular schedule (rare).
GPU is advised when uploading to the aircraft. The following steps outline the procedure for updating the Basemap Database.
1) Remove the lower Garmin SD card from the PFD 1, MFD, & PFD 2. (Figure 1)
GARMIN LOWER SD CARD
Figure 1
2) Place the PFD 1 lower SD card in the SD card adapter of your computer.
3) With the computer connected to the internet, open the flyGarmin website. Use the user ID and password.
• The Basemap database is only available from Garmin, so if the only account is through Jeppesen, an account
will need to be setup at Garmin.
4) The account screen will display if a Basemap database is available.
5) When you have chosen the database you need, then click Browse.
6) Select the removable drive GARMIN (?:) where drive GARMIN (?:) is the SD card reader/adapter, and then OK.
7) The system will complete a download followed by an installation- Don’t pull the card out during the installation.
8) When download is complete, take the SD card out.
9) Repeat steps 6 through 8 for the MFD and PFD2 cards.
10) With the avionics and aircraft power “OFF” place the cards back in the bottom slot of PFD1, MFD, & PFD2.
11) Turn aircraft and avionics power “ON”. A verifying message may be displayed on the screen, wait for the system to finish
loading before proceeding.
12) From the HOME screen on the GTC touch Utilities > Setup > Avionics Status > Database tab.
13) Verify expiration date on MFD1, PFD1, and PFD2 to ensure update was successful.
14) The Garmin lower display cards must remain in the aircraft displays to prevent error messages from displaying.
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G5000 Database Information
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flyGarmin Website
o https://fly.garmin.com/fly-garmin/ is the Home page for flyGarmin, for updating the Basemap database.
o Questions can be directed to: 1-866-739-5687
Jeppesen Website
o www.jeppesen.com is the Home page.
o On the right side of the screen is the download for Jeppesen Update Manager or JSUM for short.
 This is what is used to update all of the databases except Basemap.
o When setting up an account, as for the Pilot Pak for G5000.
 This will include everything you will need so that you do not have to go to Garmin for SafeTaxi,
Obstacle, or Airport Directory databases.
o If a download needs to be reloaded you can contact Jeppesen at:
 Pacific-Americas 1-800-732-2800 or 1-303-328-4587
 Europe-China +49 6102 508270
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