Specifications (3 MB PDF)

Specifications (3 MB PDF)
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Upgrading made simple.
Using robust technology derived from Garmin’s highly successful G1000™
and course/heading information – while the right side serves as a Multi-Function
integrated avionics system, the new G600 package brings a wealth of graphical
Display (MFD), providing detailed moving-map graphics of the aircraft’s current
flight capabilities to the retrofit market.
position in relation to ground features, chart data, navaids, flight plan routings,
Two 6.5-inch diagonal flat-panel LCDs are vertically positioned, side-by-side, in
one 10-inch wide bezel that fits neatly into the panel space vacated by the
By overlaying inputs from various optional sensors and tracking systems, the MFD
standard “six-pack” of mechanical 3-inch flight instruments. (In many cases, the
side also allows pilots to see and avoid hazards from threatening weather,
existing airspeed indicator, artificial horizon and altimeter can be relocated to
lightning, terrain, towers, obstacles or other aircraft traffic in the vicinity. Sensor
serve as standby instruments, adjacent to the G600 flight display. Also, two trim
displays are selectable, allowing the pilot to easily add or remove overlays, and
rings provided with the installation kit allow the existing instrument panel to be
thus “build at will” the map depiction he or she prefers for each phase of the
re-cut and re-used, thus saving significant time and cost over major panel
flight. Efficient integration of multiple data sources enables G600 pilots to see at
redesign or replacement.)
a glance the data they need – without sequencing through page after page of
Within the display bezel itself, the G600’s large VGA-quality (640 x 480 pixel)
screens offer brilliant color and crisp readability, even in direct sunlight, thanks to
Garmin’s advanced RGB backlight design. The left-hand glass panel contains an
EFIS-like Primary Flight Display (or PFD) for attitude, airspeed, climb rate, altitude
Dual LCD screens mounted side-by-side in a single bezel put
Primary Flight Display (PFD) and Multi-Function Display (MFD)
capabilities right in front of the pilot – bringing a whole new
level of capability and situational awareness to the avionics
retrofit market.
G600
and more.
individual sensor readouts or navigation screens. Powered by a robust X-scale
microprocessor, supported by a high-performance 3-D graphics accelerator, the
Now, flying with a Garmin glass cockpit doesn’t have to mean buying a new aircraft.
GDU 620 Display features
Electrical
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•
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•
•
• 10-40 VDC, reverse polarity protected
• 55 watts typical
Dual 6.5 inch diagonal color LCD
RGB backlighting technology
High resolution 640x480 VGA (921,600 RGB dots)
65,536 simultaneous colors
Direct sunlight readable
Auto, manual or lighting bus inputs for dimming
G600 suite offers exceptional mapping detail (even at the lower zoom scales)
with super-fast redraw rates. There’s also plenty of excess processor power
available for future system enhancements.
Physical - GDU 620 display
•
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•
6.7 inches high
10.0 inches wide
3.25 inches deep
6.4 lbs.
Environmental
Environmental
• -20C to +55C operating temp
• -55C to +85C storage temp
• 2 degrees C per minute temp variation
• 95% at 50C humidity
• 35,000 feet max altitude
• internal cooling, external cooling not required
System Architecture
• Position source: External GPS via RS-232
• GPS interface for GNS 430W series, GNS 530W series, or GNS 480 (requires
software update for GPS data required for AHRS)
• Nav radio interfaces: GNS 430W/530W/480 or SL30
• Field upgradeable software
• 8 bi-directional high speed RS-232 ports
• 2 bi-directional high speed RS-422/485 port
• 8 ARINC 429 high/low speed inputs and 4 outputs
• ADF DC Sin/Cos input
• Autopilot interfaces
– Heading/course error outputs
– Analog lateral and vertical deviation outputs
– ARINC 429 digital roll steering support
– RS-485 digital altitude capture
– Analog flight director input
– Selected autopilot flight directors
Certification Candidates
• STC via Approved Model List (AML) for over 300 airframes
• TSO-C2d, TSO-C3-D, TSO-C4c, TSO-C6d, TSO-C8d, TSO-C10b, TSO-C34e, TSOC36e, TSO-C40c, TSO-C41d, TSO-C43c, TSO-C52b, TSO-C63c, TSO-C110a, TSOC113, TSO-C147, TSO-C151b
Price, features and specifications subject to change without notice.
Garmin International, Inc.
1200 East 151st Street, Olathe, KS 66062
p: 913.397.8200 f: 913.397.8282
Garmin (Europe) Ltd., Liberty House, Hounsdown Business Park, Southampton, Hampshire,
SO40 9RB, U.K. p: 44.1794.519944 f: 44.1794.519222
Garmin Corporation, No. 68, Jangshu 2nd Road, Shijr, Taipei County,
Taiwan 886.2.2642.9199 fax 886.2.2642.9099
www.garmin.com
© 2008 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries
0608
M02-10137-00
02500 G600 Brochure REV.qxp:14152 MX20 6pgSpecSht_2
6/5/08
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G600 FEATURES AT
A GLANCE
• Dual 6.5-inch diagonal color
AMLCD displays; portrait
orientation
• Large and clear display fonts
• 4.8-inch diagonal attitude
indicator
• Tactile feedback buttons
and knobs
The pilot’s Primary Flight Display (or PFD) seamlessly
integrates all situational information regarding the
aircraft’s attitude, altitude, speed, heading, vertical rate,
and flight progress.
Powerful features like FliteCharts® (shown above) or
optional ChartView™ in Jeppesen format, enable the pilot
to fly approaches with all necessary information right
where it’s needed during this busy phase of flight.
Weather datalink capability, via XM Satellite Radio and its
XM WX Satellite Weather service, can provide the G600
with color NEXRAD, METARs, TAFs, lightning, and other
U.S. data displays.
With its built-in elevation database, the G600 system
provides an extra margin of safety in recognizing
terrain/obstacle conflict situations.
• Proven solid-state Attitude
and Heading Reference
System (AHRS) and Air Data
Computer (ADC)
• Feature-rich moving
map display
More to go on.
The “glass cockpit” revolution is fully underway. And it’s reaching into all
areas – and all levels – of modern flight technology. Virtually overnight, it
seems, general aviation’s leading airframe manufacturers have switched
from old-style mechanical instruments to the sleek, integrated look of
It all makes sense.
On the flight instrument side of the G600 layout, sensitive gyro mechanics are
in terrain elevation database that uses color coding to alert you as you approach
replaced by Garmin’s proven GRS 77 Attitude and Heading Reference System
rising terrain. (Class B TAWS alerting will also be available as a future option.) On
(AHRS). The GRS 77 is the same AHRS installed in thousands of G1000-equipped
the ground, built-in Garmin SafeTaxi™ airport diagrams help pilots navigate over
aircraft, with accumulated flight hours in the millions. Using additional
850 U.S. airports with confidence – as their aircraft’s exact location is graphically
comparative inputs from GPS, magnetometer and air data computer, the Garmin
highlighted on the field. Garmin FliteCharts®, which feature electronic versions of
AHRS achieves unprecedented levels of spatial-sensing precision and
NACO terminal procedures charts for U.S. airports, come standard with the G600.
dependability. What’s more, unlike some other high-tech sensors, it’s even able to
While enroute, an aviation database featuring Jeppesen® NavData™ is used to
restart and properly reference itself while the aircraft is moving. For autopilot
depict airways, navaids, airspace, airports and more. As an alternative, pilots can
interface, the G600 functions as a selection hub for available navigation sensors
select optional Jeppesen-style ChartView instrument approach plates and airport
large-format glass displays. Consolidating all primary flight, navigation and
on the aircraft. The G600 will provide course deviation, vertical deviation, heading
surface charts for the G600 (JeppView™ subscription required). ChartView is
sensor data in a “big picture” suite of multi-tasking color LCDs, these new
bug, course pointer and ARINC 429 GPS roll-steering information to the
unique in its ability to overlay a geo-referenced aircraft symbol on the electronic
autopilot, as appropriate. In addition, if the autopilot does not support ARINC 429
approach chart, providing a visual crosscheck of your progress inbound. Then,
systems represent a major advance in pilot workload reduction, safety and
roll steering, the G600 can act like a converter via the heading input. Flight
when you land, ChartView will automatically display the destination airport’s
situational awareness.
directors will be supported for selected autopilots.
surface diagram – a real help at unfamiliar airports.
Also, to simplify the G600 system interface for retrofit, the aircraft’s existing fuel
Front-loading SD card slots on the G600 bezel allow for future memory expansion
gauges and engine monitoring displays are retained – along with such other
and make updating of charts and software a simple plug-in procedure.
[ Introducing the Garmin G600™ system:
R e t r o f i t g l a s s i s n o w w i t h i n y o u r g r a s p. ]
panel displays as marker beacons, altitude alerts and DME indicator, if installed.
Navigation inputs are provided by WAAS-enabled versions of Garmin’s popular
GNS 430/530 or 480 systems on the panel, with VOR/Localizer/Glideslope inputs
™
And now, with the introduction of Garmin’s new G600 system, most
also usable from the Slimline SL30 TSO’d nav/comm transceiver.
So, if you love the idea of flying a glass cockpit – but hate to think of
parting with your current aircraft – this is clearly the option you’ve been
waiting for. Garmin G600: Retrofit glass is, at last, within your grasp.
installation of the G600 in your aircraft is simple and straightforward. The unit neatly fits into the “six-pack” slot in your
instrument panel – and connects through your plane’s existing electrical system. So, you could be flying behind that greatlooking Garmin glassware sooner than you expected. Better still, you’ll be flying with the confidence and peace-of-mind that
comes with our award-winning Garmin Product Support. To find out more about the futuristic flight capabilities available
now with a G600 retrofit, just give your Garmin dealer a call. Or visit our website at www.garmin.com.
Databases, datalinks, data-everything.
G600 with Garmin’s GDL 69™ data link receiver for up-to-the-minute weather
• Flight director for selected
autopilots
graphical depictions of NEXRAD weather, METARs, TAFs, TFRs, winds aloft, echo
• 14/28 VDC power capability
received and displayed anywhere in the U.S., regardless of altitude. You can zoom
the NEXRAD screen range out to 2,000 nm for nationwide monitoring of current
provides a clear, concise picture of where you are and where you’re heading.
user interface offering more than 170 channels of XM digital audio programming,
when installed with the GDL 69A receiver.
At a glance the Garmin Base Map helps identify cities, roads, rivers, lakes, and
other ground features along your flight path. Added safety is provided by a built-
• Standard FliteCharts® and
SafeTaxi® databases
• Flexible I/O support for
RS232, ARINC 429, RS 485,
analog and discrete
interfaces
alerting via XM Satellite Radio. (XM subscription required.) With this option,
By referencing built-in terrain and mapping databases, the Garmin G600 MFD
• Built-in terrain elevation and
towers/obstacles databases
• Offers control/display for
available airborne weather
radar (future upgrade)
What’s more, for data access beyond the cockpit itself, it’s easy to combine the
weather. And for the best in enroute entertainment, the G600 also provides a
• XM WX Satellite Weather
and XM Radio (optional)
• Optional ChartView™
shows the aircraft position
on the Jeppesen approach
charts and airport surface
diagrams
™
tops, surface precipitation, lightning strikes, storm cell data, and more, can be
of the advantages and features of this revolutionary glass technology are
made available (and affordable) for easy aftermarket retrofit.
With Supplemental Type Certification provided under an Approved Model List (AML) format*, standardized retrofit
Helpful Garmin SafeTaxi airport diagrams identify
runways, taxiways and hangars, as well as your aircraft
location on field.
™
Traffic can be displayed on the moving map (as depicted),
or on a stand-alone traffic page.
• Hardware design is
positioned for future
upgrade
* Ask your dealer for current
AML list.
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G600 FEATURES AT
A GLANCE
• Dual 6.5-inch diagonal color
AMLCD displays; portrait
orientation
• Large and clear display fonts
• 4.8-inch diagonal attitude
indicator
• Tactile feedback buttons
and knobs
The pilot’s Primary Flight Display (or PFD) seamlessly
integrates all situational information regarding the
aircraft’s attitude, altitude, speed, heading, vertical rate,
and flight progress.
Powerful features like FliteCharts® (shown above) or
optional ChartView™ in Jeppesen format, enable the pilot
to fly approaches with all necessary information right
where it’s needed during this busy phase of flight.
Weather datalink capability, via XM Satellite Radio and its
XM WX Satellite Weather service, can provide the G600
with color NEXRAD, METARs, TAFs, lightning, and other
U.S. data displays.
With its built-in elevation database, the G600 system
provides an extra margin of safety in recognizing
terrain/obstacle conflict situations.
• Proven solid-state Attitude
and Heading Reference
System (AHRS) and Air Data
Computer (ADC)
• Feature-rich moving
map display
More to go on.
The “glass cockpit” revolution is fully underway. And it’s reaching into all
areas – and all levels – of modern flight technology. Virtually overnight, it
seems, general aviation’s leading airframe manufacturers have switched
from old-style mechanical instruments to the sleek, integrated look of
It all makes sense.
On the flight instrument side of the G600 layout, sensitive gyro mechanics are
in terrain elevation database that uses color coding to alert you as you approach
replaced by Garmin’s proven GRS 77 Attitude and Heading Reference System
rising terrain. (Class B TAWS alerting will also be available as a future option.) On
(AHRS). The GRS 77 is the same AHRS installed in thousands of G1000-equipped
the ground, built-in Garmin SafeTaxi™ airport diagrams help pilots navigate over
aircraft, with accumulated flight hours in the millions. Using additional
850 U.S. airports with confidence – as their aircraft’s exact location is graphically
comparative inputs from GPS, magnetometer and air data computer, the Garmin
highlighted on the field. Garmin FliteCharts®, which feature electronic versions of
AHRS achieves unprecedented levels of spatial-sensing precision and
NACO terminal procedures charts for U.S. airports, come standard with the G600.
dependability. What’s more, unlike some other high-tech sensors, it’s even able to
While enroute, an aviation database featuring Jeppesen® NavData™ is used to
restart and properly reference itself while the aircraft is moving. For autopilot
depict airways, navaids, airspace, airports and more. As an alternative, pilots can
interface, the G600 functions as a selection hub for available navigation sensors
select optional Jeppesen-style ChartView instrument approach plates and airport
large-format glass displays. Consolidating all primary flight, navigation and
on the aircraft. The G600 will provide course deviation, vertical deviation, heading
surface charts for the G600 (JeppView™ subscription required). ChartView is
sensor data in a “big picture” suite of multi-tasking color LCDs, these new
bug, course pointer and ARINC 429 GPS roll-steering information to the
unique in its ability to overlay a geo-referenced aircraft symbol on the electronic
autopilot, as appropriate. In addition, if the autopilot does not support ARINC 429
approach chart, providing a visual crosscheck of your progress inbound. Then,
systems represent a major advance in pilot workload reduction, safety and
roll steering, the G600 can act like a converter via the heading input. Flight
when you land, ChartView will automatically display the destination airport’s
situational awareness.
directors will be supported for selected autopilots.
surface diagram – a real help at unfamiliar airports.
Also, to simplify the G600 system interface for retrofit, the aircraft’s existing fuel
Front-loading SD card slots on the G600 bezel allow for future memory expansion
gauges and engine monitoring displays are retained – along with such other
and make updating of charts and software a simple plug-in procedure.
[ Introducing the Garmin G600™ system:
R e t r o f i t g l a s s i s n o w w i t h i n y o u r g r a s p. ]
panel displays as marker beacons, altitude alerts and DME indicator, if installed.
Navigation inputs are provided by WAAS-enabled versions of Garmin’s popular
GNS 430/530 or 480 systems on the panel, with VOR/Localizer/Glideslope inputs
™
And now, with the introduction of Garmin’s new G600 system, most
also usable from the Slimline SL30 TSO’d nav/comm transceiver.
So, if you love the idea of flying a glass cockpit – but hate to think of
parting with your current aircraft – this is clearly the option you’ve been
waiting for. Garmin G600: Retrofit glass is, at last, within your grasp.
installation of the G600 in your aircraft is simple and straightforward. The unit neatly fits into the “six-pack” slot in your
instrument panel – and connects through your plane’s existing electrical system. So, you could be flying behind that greatlooking Garmin glassware sooner than you expected. Better still, you’ll be flying with the confidence and peace-of-mind that
comes with our award-winning Garmin Product Support. To find out more about the futuristic flight capabilities available
now with a G600 retrofit, just give your Garmin dealer a call. Or visit our website at www.garmin.com.
Databases, datalinks, data-everything.
G600 with Garmin’s GDL 69™ data link receiver for up-to-the-minute weather
• Flight director for selected
autopilots
graphical depictions of NEXRAD weather, METARs, TAFs, TFRs, winds aloft, echo
• 14/28 VDC power capability
received and displayed anywhere in the U.S., regardless of altitude. You can zoom
the NEXRAD screen range out to 2,000 nm for nationwide monitoring of current
provides a clear, concise picture of where you are and where you’re heading.
user interface offering more than 170 channels of XM digital audio programming,
when installed with the GDL 69A receiver.
At a glance the Garmin Base Map helps identify cities, roads, rivers, lakes, and
other ground features along your flight path. Added safety is provided by a built-
• Standard FliteCharts® and
SafeTaxi® databases
• Flexible I/O support for
RS232, ARINC 429, RS 485,
analog and discrete
interfaces
alerting via XM Satellite Radio. (XM subscription required.) With this option,
By referencing built-in terrain and mapping databases, the Garmin G600 MFD
• Built-in terrain elevation and
towers/obstacles databases
• Offers control/display for
available airborne weather
radar (future upgrade)
What’s more, for data access beyond the cockpit itself, it’s easy to combine the
weather. And for the best in enroute entertainment, the G600 also provides a
• XM WX Satellite Weather
and XM Radio (optional)
• Optional ChartView™
shows the aircraft position
on the Jeppesen approach
charts and airport surface
diagrams
™
tops, surface precipitation, lightning strikes, storm cell data, and more, can be
of the advantages and features of this revolutionary glass technology are
made available (and affordable) for easy aftermarket retrofit.
With Supplemental Type Certification provided under an Approved Model List (AML) format*, standardized retrofit
Helpful Garmin SafeTaxi airport diagrams identify
runways, taxiways and hangars, as well as your aircraft
location on field.
™
Traffic can be displayed on the moving map (as depicted),
or on a stand-alone traffic page.
• Hardware design is
positioned for future
upgrade
* Ask your dealer for current
AML list.
02500 G600 Brochure REV.qxp:14152 MX20 6pgSpecSht_2
6/5/08
8:44 AM
Page 4
G600 FEATURES AT
A GLANCE
• Dual 6.5-inch diagonal color
AMLCD displays; portrait
orientation
• Large and clear display fonts
• 4.8-inch diagonal attitude
indicator
• Tactile feedback buttons
and knobs
The pilot’s Primary Flight Display (or PFD) seamlessly
integrates all situational information regarding the
aircraft’s attitude, altitude, speed, heading, vertical rate,
and flight progress.
Powerful features like FliteCharts® (shown above) or
optional ChartView™ in Jeppesen format, enable the pilot
to fly approaches with all necessary information right
where it’s needed during this busy phase of flight.
Weather datalink capability, via XM Satellite Radio and its
XM WX Satellite Weather service, can provide the G600
with color NEXRAD, METARs, TAFs, lightning, and other
U.S. data displays.
With its built-in elevation database, the G600 system
provides an extra margin of safety in recognizing
terrain/obstacle conflict situations.
• Proven solid-state Attitude
and Heading Reference
System (AHRS) and Air Data
Computer (ADC)
• Feature-rich moving
map display
More to go on.
The “glass cockpit” revolution is fully underway. And it’s reaching into all
areas – and all levels – of modern flight technology. Virtually overnight, it
seems, general aviation’s leading airframe manufacturers have switched
from old-style mechanical instruments to the sleek, integrated look of
It all makes sense.
On the flight instrument side of the G600 layout, sensitive gyro mechanics are
in terrain elevation database that uses color coding to alert you as you approach
replaced by Garmin’s proven GRS 77 Attitude and Heading Reference System
rising terrain. (Class B TAWS alerting will also be available as a future option.) On
(AHRS). The GRS 77 is the same AHRS installed in thousands of G1000-equipped
the ground, built-in Garmin SafeTaxi™ airport diagrams help pilots navigate over
aircraft, with accumulated flight hours in the millions. Using additional
850 U.S. airports with confidence – as their aircraft’s exact location is graphically
comparative inputs from GPS, magnetometer and air data computer, the Garmin
highlighted on the field. Garmin FliteCharts®, which feature electronic versions of
AHRS achieves unprecedented levels of spatial-sensing precision and
NACO terminal procedures charts for U.S. airports, come standard with the G600.
dependability. What’s more, unlike some other high-tech sensors, it’s even able to
While enroute, an aviation database featuring Jeppesen® NavData™ is used to
restart and properly reference itself while the aircraft is moving. For autopilot
depict airways, navaids, airspace, airports and more. As an alternative, pilots can
interface, the G600 functions as a selection hub for available navigation sensors
select optional Jeppesen-style ChartView instrument approach plates and airport
large-format glass displays. Consolidating all primary flight, navigation and
on the aircraft. The G600 will provide course deviation, vertical deviation, heading
surface charts for the G600 (JeppView™ subscription required). ChartView is
sensor data in a “big picture” suite of multi-tasking color LCDs, these new
bug, course pointer and ARINC 429 GPS roll-steering information to the
unique in its ability to overlay a geo-referenced aircraft symbol on the electronic
autopilot, as appropriate. In addition, if the autopilot does not support ARINC 429
approach chart, providing a visual crosscheck of your progress inbound. Then,
systems represent a major advance in pilot workload reduction, safety and
roll steering, the G600 can act like a converter via the heading input. Flight
when you land, ChartView will automatically display the destination airport’s
situational awareness.
directors will be supported for selected autopilots.
surface diagram – a real help at unfamiliar airports.
Also, to simplify the G600 system interface for retrofit, the aircraft’s existing fuel
Front-loading SD card slots on the G600 bezel allow for future memory expansion
gauges and engine monitoring displays are retained – along with such other
and make updating of charts and software a simple plug-in procedure.
[ Introducing the Garmin G600™ system:
R e t r o f i t g l a s s i s n o w w i t h i n y o u r g r a s p. ]
panel displays as marker beacons, altitude alerts and DME indicator, if installed.
Navigation inputs are provided by WAAS-enabled versions of Garmin’s popular
GNS 430/530 or 480 systems on the panel, with VOR/Localizer/Glideslope inputs
™
And now, with the introduction of Garmin’s new G600 system, most
also usable from the Slimline SL30 TSO’d nav/comm transceiver.
So, if you love the idea of flying a glass cockpit – but hate to think of
parting with your current aircraft – this is clearly the option you’ve been
waiting for. Garmin G600: Retrofit glass is, at last, within your grasp.
installation of the G600 in your aircraft is simple and straightforward. The unit neatly fits into the “six-pack” slot in your
instrument panel – and connects through your plane’s existing electrical system. So, you could be flying behind that greatlooking Garmin glassware sooner than you expected. Better still, you’ll be flying with the confidence and peace-of-mind that
comes with our award-winning Garmin Product Support. To find out more about the futuristic flight capabilities available
now with a G600 retrofit, just give your Garmin dealer a call. Or visit our website at www.garmin.com.
Databases, datalinks, data-everything.
G600 with Garmin’s GDL 69™ data link receiver for up-to-the-minute weather
• Flight director for selected
autopilots
graphical depictions of NEXRAD weather, METARs, TAFs, TFRs, winds aloft, echo
• 14/28 VDC power capability
received and displayed anywhere in the U.S., regardless of altitude. You can zoom
the NEXRAD screen range out to 2,000 nm for nationwide monitoring of current
provides a clear, concise picture of where you are and where you’re heading.
user interface offering more than 170 channels of XM digital audio programming,
when installed with the GDL 69A receiver.
At a glance the Garmin Base Map helps identify cities, roads, rivers, lakes, and
other ground features along your flight path. Added safety is provided by a built-
• Standard FliteCharts® and
SafeTaxi® databases
• Flexible I/O support for
RS232, ARINC 429, RS 485,
analog and discrete
interfaces
alerting via XM Satellite Radio. (XM subscription required.) With this option,
By referencing built-in terrain and mapping databases, the Garmin G600 MFD
• Built-in terrain elevation and
towers/obstacles databases
• Offers control/display for
available airborne weather
radar (future upgrade)
What’s more, for data access beyond the cockpit itself, it’s easy to combine the
weather. And for the best in enroute entertainment, the G600 also provides a
• XM WX Satellite Weather
and XM Radio (optional)
• Optional ChartView™
shows the aircraft position
on the Jeppesen approach
charts and airport surface
diagrams
™
tops, surface precipitation, lightning strikes, storm cell data, and more, can be
of the advantages and features of this revolutionary glass technology are
made available (and affordable) for easy aftermarket retrofit.
With Supplemental Type Certification provided under an Approved Model List (AML) format*, standardized retrofit
Helpful Garmin SafeTaxi airport diagrams identify
runways, taxiways and hangars, as well as your aircraft
location on field.
™
Traffic can be displayed on the moving map (as depicted),
or on a stand-alone traffic page.
• Hardware design is
positioned for future
upgrade
* Ask your dealer for current
AML list.
02500 G600 Brochure REV.qxp:14152 MX20 6pgSpecSht_2
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Upgrading made simple.
Using robust technology derived from Garmin’s highly successful G1000™
and course/heading information – while the right side serves as a Multi-Function
integrated avionics system, the new G600 package brings a wealth of graphical
Display (MFD), providing detailed moving-map graphics of the aircraft’s current
flight capabilities to the retrofit market.
position in relation to ground features, chart data, navaids, flight plan routings,
Two 6.5-inch diagonal flat-panel LCDs are vertically positioned, side-by-side, in
one 10-inch wide bezel that fits neatly into the panel space vacated by the
By overlaying inputs from various optional sensors and tracking systems, the MFD
standard “six-pack” of mechanical 3-inch flight instruments. (In many cases, the
side also allows pilots to see and avoid hazards from threatening weather,
existing airspeed indicator, artificial horizon and altimeter can be relocated to
lightning, terrain, towers, obstacles or other aircraft traffic in the vicinity. Sensor
serve as standby instruments, adjacent to the G600 flight display. Also, two trim
displays are selectable, allowing the pilot to easily add or remove overlays, and
rings provided with the installation kit allow the existing instrument panel to be
thus “build at will” the map depiction he or she prefers for each phase of the
re-cut and re-used, thus saving significant time and cost over major panel
flight. Efficient integration of multiple data sources enables G600 pilots to see at
redesign or replacement.)
a glance the data they need – without sequencing through page after page of
Within the display bezel itself, the G600’s large VGA-quality (640 x 480 pixel)
screens offer brilliant color and crisp readability, even in direct sunlight, thanks to
Garmin’s advanced RGB backlight design. The left-hand glass panel contains an
EFIS-like Primary Flight Display (or PFD) for attitude, airspeed, climb rate, altitude
Dual LCD screens mounted side-by-side in a single bezel put
Primary Flight Display (PFD) and Multi-Function Display (MFD)
capabilities right in front of the pilot – bringing a whole new
level of capability and situational awareness to the avionics
retrofit market.
G600
and more.
individual sensor readouts or navigation screens. Powered by a robust X-scale
microprocessor, supported by a high-performance 3-D graphics accelerator, the
Now, flying with a Garmin glass cockpit doesn’t have to mean buying a new aircraft.
GDU 620 Display features
Electrical
•
•
•
•
•
•
• 10-40 VDC, reverse polarity protected
• 55 watts typical
Dual 6.5 inch diagonal color LCD
RGB backlighting technology
High resolution 640x480 VGA (921,600 RGB dots)
65,536 simultaneous colors
Direct sunlight readable
Auto, manual or lighting bus inputs for dimming
G600 suite offers exceptional mapping detail (even at the lower zoom scales)
with super-fast redraw rates. There’s also plenty of excess processor power
available for future system enhancements.
Physical - GDU 620 display
•
•
•
•
6.7 inches high
10.0 inches wide
3.25 inches deep
6.4 lbs.
Environmental
Environmental
• -20C to +55C operating temp
• -55C to +85C storage temp
• 2 degrees C per minute temp variation
• 95% at 50C humidity
• 35,000 feet max altitude
• internal cooling, external cooling not required
System Architecture
• Position source: External GPS via RS-232
• GPS interface for GNS 430W series, GNS 530W series, or GNS 480 (requires
software update for GPS data required for AHRS)
• Nav radio interfaces: GNS 430W/530W/480 or SL30
• Field upgradeable software
• 8 bi-directional high speed RS-232 ports
• 2 bi-directional high speed RS-422/485 port
• 8 ARINC 429 high/low speed inputs and 4 outputs
• ADF DC Sin/Cos input
• Autopilot interfaces
– Heading/course error outputs
– Analog lateral and vertical deviation outputs
– ARINC 429 digital roll steering support
– RS-485 digital altitude capture
– Analog flight director input
– Selected autopilot flight directors
Certification Candidates
• STC via Approved Model List (AML) for over 300 airframes
• TSO-C2d, TSO-C3-D, TSO-C4c, TSO-C6d, TSO-C8d, TSO-C10b, TSO-C34e, TSOC36e, TSO-C40c, TSO-C41d, TSO-C43c, TSO-C52b, TSO-C63c, TSO-C110a, TSOC113, TSO-C147, TSO-C151b
Price, features and specifications subject to change without notice.
Garmin International, Inc.
1200 East 151st Street, Olathe, KS 66062
p: 913.397.8200 f: 913.397.8282
Garmin (Europe) Ltd., Liberty House, Hounsdown Business Park, Southampton, Hampshire,
SO40 9RB, U.K. p: 44.1794.519944 f: 44.1794.519222
Garmin Corporation, No. 68, Jangshu 2nd Road, Shijr, Taipei County,
Taiwan 886.2.2642.9199 fax 886.2.2642.9099
www.garmin.com
© 2008 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries
0608
M02-10137-00
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Upgrading made simple.
Using robust technology derived from Garmin’s highly successful G1000™
and course/heading information – while the right side serves as a Multi-Function
integrated avionics system, the new G600 package brings a wealth of graphical
Display (MFD), providing detailed moving-map graphics of the aircraft’s current
flight capabilities to the retrofit market.
position in relation to ground features, chart data, navaids, flight plan routings,
Two 6.5-inch diagonal flat-panel LCDs are vertically positioned, side-by-side, in
one 10-inch wide bezel that fits neatly into the panel space vacated by the
By overlaying inputs from various optional sensors and tracking systems, the MFD
standard “six-pack” of mechanical 3-inch flight instruments. (In many cases, the
side also allows pilots to see and avoid hazards from threatening weather,
existing airspeed indicator, artificial horizon and altimeter can be relocated to
lightning, terrain, towers, obstacles or other aircraft traffic in the vicinity. Sensor
serve as standby instruments, adjacent to the G600 flight display. Also, two trim
displays are selectable, allowing the pilot to easily add or remove overlays, and
rings provided with the installation kit allow the existing instrument panel to be
thus “build at will” the map depiction he or she prefers for each phase of the
re-cut and re-used, thus saving significant time and cost over major panel
flight. Efficient integration of multiple data sources enables G600 pilots to see at
redesign or replacement.)
a glance the data they need – without sequencing through page after page of
Within the display bezel itself, the G600’s large VGA-quality (640 x 480 pixel)
screens offer brilliant color and crisp readability, even in direct sunlight, thanks to
Garmin’s advanced RGB backlight design. The left-hand glass panel contains an
EFIS-like Primary Flight Display (or PFD) for attitude, airspeed, climb rate, altitude
Dual LCD screens mounted side-by-side in a single bezel put
Primary Flight Display (PFD) and Multi-Function Display (MFD)
capabilities right in front of the pilot – bringing a whole new
level of capability and situational awareness to the avionics
retrofit market.
G600
and more.
individual sensor readouts or navigation screens. Powered by a robust X-scale
microprocessor, supported by a high-performance 3-D graphics accelerator, the
Now, flying with a Garmin glass cockpit doesn’t have to mean buying a new aircraft.
GDU 620 Display features
Electrical
•
•
•
•
•
•
• 10-40 VDC, reverse polarity protected
• 55 watts typical
Dual 6.5 inch diagonal color LCD
RGB backlighting technology
High resolution 640x480 VGA (921,600 RGB dots)
65,536 simultaneous colors
Direct sunlight readable
Auto, manual or lighting bus inputs for dimming
G600 suite offers exceptional mapping detail (even at the lower zoom scales)
with super-fast redraw rates. There’s also plenty of excess processor power
available for future system enhancements.
Physical - GDU 620 display
•
•
•
•
6.7 inches high
10.0 inches wide
3.25 inches deep
6.4 lbs.
Environmental
Environmental
• -20C to +55C operating temp
• -55C to +85C storage temp
• 2 degrees C per minute temp variation
• 95% at 50C humidity
• 35,000 feet max altitude
• internal cooling, external cooling not required
System Architecture
• Position source: External GPS via RS-232
• GPS interface for GNS 430W series, GNS 530W series, or GNS 480 (requires
software update for GPS data required for AHRS)
• Nav radio interfaces: GNS 430W/530W/480 or SL30
• Field upgradeable software
• 8 bi-directional high speed RS-232 ports
• 2 bi-directional high speed RS-422/485 port
• 8 ARINC 429 high/low speed inputs and 4 outputs
• ADF DC Sin/Cos input
• Autopilot interfaces
– Heading/course error outputs
– Analog lateral and vertical deviation outputs
– ARINC 429 digital roll steering support
– RS-485 digital altitude capture
– Analog flight director input
– Selected autopilot flight directors
Certification Candidates
• STC via Approved Model List (AML) for over 300 airframes
• TSO-C2d, TSO-C3-D, TSO-C4c, TSO-C6d, TSO-C8d, TSO-C10b, TSO-C34e, TSOC36e, TSO-C40c, TSO-C41d, TSO-C43c, TSO-C52b, TSO-C63c, TSO-C110a, TSOC113, TSO-C147, TSO-C151b
Price, features and specifications subject to change without notice.
Garmin International, Inc.
1200 East 151st Street, Olathe, KS 66062
p: 913.397.8200 f: 913.397.8282
Garmin (Europe) Ltd., Liberty House, Hounsdown Business Park, Southampton, Hampshire,
SO40 9RB, U.K. p: 44.1794.519944 f: 44.1794.519222
Garmin Corporation, No. 68, Jangshu 2nd Road, Shijr, Taipei County,
Taiwan 886.2.2642.9199 fax 886.2.2642.9099
www.garmin.com
© 2008 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries
0608
M02-10137-00
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