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Garmin G500 Instructions for Continued Airworthiness ICA STC SA02153LA-D G500/G600
G500/G600 PFD/MFD System
Instructions for Continued Airworthiness
as installed in
_____________________________
(Make and Model Airplane)
Reg. No.____________
S/N_______________
Dwg. Number:
190-00601-00 Rev. M
Garmin International, Inc.
1200 E. 151st Street
Olathe, Kansas 66062 USA
Record of Revision
Rev.
Date
Description of Change
E
12/23/09
F
12/16/10
G
03/21/11
H
08/31/11
J
10/12/12
K
L
M
09/30/13
03/18/15
11/17/16
Update referenced publications and revision procedures
Updated referenced publications. Clarified periodic maintenance
instructions. Added new special inspection requirements.
Update referenced IM. Specify overbraid, bonding strap, foil, corrosion
inspections; periodic bonding test. Clarify TVS test. Foil check annual.
Include GDC 74( ). TVS replace required after lightning.
Remove “FAA Approved” language. Update IM rev. Add additional
instructions for Mid-Continent standby attitude indicator installations.
Added GAD 43e. Removed reference to Pilot’s Guide. Revised lightning
strike inspection.
Added RVSM support for TBM700(850).
Added support for G500 part numbers.
Added GSU 75(B).
1. INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Purpose................................................................................................................. 1
1.2 Scope .................................................................................................................... 1
1.3 Document Control ................................................................................................. 1
1.4 Airworthiness Limitations Section ......................................................................... 1
1.5 Permission to Use Certain Documents ................................................................. 1
1.6 Definitions ............................................................................................................. 2
2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTINUED AIRWORTHINESS .................................................... 2
2.1 Introduction ........................................................................................................... 2
2.2 Description of Alteration ........................................................................................ 3
2.3 Control, Operating Information ............................................................................. 3
2.4 Servicing Information ............................................................................................ 4
2.5 Periodic Maintenance Instructions ........................................................................ 5
2.6 Troubleshooting Information ................................................................................. 7
2.7 Removal and Replacement Information ............................................................... 8
2.8 Diagrams............................................................................................................... 8
2.9 Special Inspection Requirements ......................................................................... 8
2.10 Application of Protective Treatments .................................................................... 9
2.11 Data Relative to Structural Fasteners ................................................................... 9
2.12 Special Tools ........................................................................................................ 9
2.13 Additional Instructions ........................................................................................... 9
2.14 Overhaul Period .................................................................................................... 9
2.15 ICA Revision and Distribution ............................................................................... 9
2.16 Assistance............................................................................................................. 10
2.17 Implementation and Record Keeping ................................................................... 10
3. APPENDIX A ......................................................................................................................... 11
3.1 System .................................................................................................................. 11
3.2 LRU Locations ...................................................................................................... 11
3.3 Wire Routing – Single-Engine .............................................................................. 12
3.4 Wire Routing – Twin-Engine ................................................................................. 13
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1.6
Definitions
The following terminology is used within this document:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
14)
15)
16)
AC: Advisory Circular
ACO: Aircraft Certification Office
ADAHRS: Air Data and Attitude Heading Reference System
ADC: Air Data Computer
AEG: Aircraft Evaluation Group
AHRS: Attitude Heading Reference System
CFR: Code of Federal Regulations
FAA: Federal Aviation Administration
ICA: Instructions for Continued Airworthiness
MFD: Multi-Function Display
PFD: Primary Flight Display
PMI: Primary Manufacturing Inspector
RVSM: Reduced Vertical Separation Minima
STC: Supplemental Type Certificate
TSO: Technical Standard Order
TVS: Transient Voltage Suppressor
2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTINUED AIRWORTHINESS
2.1
Introduction
Content, Scope, Purpose and Arrangement:
This document identifies the Instructions for
Continued Airworthiness for the modification of the
aircraft by installation of the Garmin G500/G600
PFD/MFD System.
Applicability:
Applies to aircraft altered by installation of the
Garmin G500/G600 PFD/MFD System.
Definition of Abbreviations:
See Section 1.6
Precautions:
None
Units of measurement:
None
Referenced publications:
Garmin 190-00601-06 Rev. P “G500/G600 AML
STC Installation Manual” or later revisions
Retention:
This document, or the information contained within,
will be included in the aircraft’s permanent records.
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2.2
Description of Alteration
The Garmin G500/G600 PFD/MFD System is a combination of Garmin LRUs designed to provide both a
PFD and MFD in the primary field of view. The system consists of a GDU 620 display, Attitude Heading
Reference System (AHRS), Air Data Computer (ADC), GMU 44 magnetometer, and GTP 59 outside air
temperature probe. The AHRS and ADC portion of the G500/G600 system can either include the GSU
75(B) Air Data and Attitude Heading Reference System (ADAHRS) or the combination of the GRS 77
AHRS and GDC 74( ) ADC. Throughout this document the term ADC refers to both the GDC 74( ) and
the ADC aspects of the GSU 75(B). Similarly, the term AHRS refers to both the GRS 77 and the AHRS
aspects of the GSU 75(B). This modification may also include a Garmin GAD 43/43e Adapter and/or
Mid-Continent Instruments attitude indicator (models 4300-4( ), or 4200-( ) with MD420). Installation of
the Garmin G500/G600 system, specific for the aircraft installation, is documented in the G500/G600
AML STC Installation Manual.
2.3
Control, Operating Information
The GDU 620, AHRS, GMU 44, and ADC are powered by an electrical bus which is normally energized
with battery, generator, or external power applied to the aircraft. The GAD 43/43e is typically powered
by an avionics bus which is normally controlled by the avionics bus power switch. The LRUs do not
have individual power switches and are powered when the bus is energized and the circuit breakers are
closed. The following circuit breakers provide power to the individual LRUs:
• PFD: GDU 620
• GAD: GAD 43/43e
GSU 75(B) installations:
• ADAHRS: GSU 75(B) and GMU 44
GRS 77/GDC 74( ) installations:
• AHRS: GRS 77 and GMU 44
• ADC: GDC 74( )
In a dual G500/G600 installation, the PFD, AHRS, and ADC circuit breakers are suffixed with the
numbers 1 and 2 (i.e. PFD 1 and PFD 2). If an LRU is optionally powered from multiple circuit breakers,
then the circuit breakers will be suffixed with the letters A and B (i.e. PFD 1A and PFD 1B).
The GDU 620 has a PFD and MFD display and front panel controls for performing all G500/G600 normal
and configuration operations. Knobs at the lower left and right corners are used for selecting and
entering data on each screen. The function of the soft keys along the bottom of the display is depicted
by the text above the key. There are dedicated ENT, CLR, and MENU keys on the MFD side of the unit.
Turning the PFD knob adjusts the values for the mode selected by the PFD bezel keys, such as,
Heading (HDG), Course (CRS), Altitude (ALT), Vertical Speed (V/S), and Barometric Setting (BARO).
The values are shown in a window to the left of the HSI. Pressing the PFD knob reverts to the default
value of the selected mode.
The Small (Inner) MFD Knob selects a specific page within a page group. Pressing the small MFD knob
turns the selection cursor ON and OFF. When the cursor is ON, data may be entered in the applicable
window by turning the small and large MFD knobs. In this case, the large MFD knob moves the cursor
on the page and the small MFD knob selects individual characters or values for the highlighted cursor
location. The Large (Outer) MFD Knob selects the MFD page group. When the cursor is ON, the large
MFD knob moves the cursor to highlight available fields.
The G500/G600 system starts in normal mode when power is applied to the LRUs. After completing the
self-test, the database confirmation page is displayed. Invalid or expired databases are displayed in
yellow. Press ENT to proceed to normal mode. Normal mode consists of a Primary Flight Display (PFD)
on one screen and a Multifunction Display (MFD) on the other screen. The AHRS alignment should
complete within one minute and attitude should be displayed on the PFD. System alerts are accessible
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via an “ALERTS” softkey at the lower right of the MFD. During normal system operation with all aircraft
systems and avionics powered there should not be any red Xs or system alerts on the GDU 620.
To enter into Configuration Mode for the G500/G600 system, verify that the GDU 620 is off and an
Installer Unlock Card is inserted in the SD card slot of the GDU 620. Apply power to the GDU 620 while
holding the ENT key. Release the ENT key when “INITIALIZING SYSTEM” appears in the upper left
corner of the display.
Refer to the G500/G600 AML STC Installation Manual for further configuration instructions.
2.4
Servicing Information
None. In the event of system failure, troubleshoot the G500/G600 system in accordance with section 2.6
Troubleshooting Information.
If the Mid-Continent Instruments 4300-4XX Electric Attitude Indicator or MD420 battery pack is installed,
the battery or batteries may be charged by one of the following methods:
1. Keep the battery or batteries plugged into the Attitude Indicator or Battery Module. Apply power
to the aircraft and run the unit overnight (approx. 15 hours) at the rated voltage.
2. Float Charging: Disconnect the battery or batteries from the indicator or module. Connect the
battery or batteries to a constant voltage source (battery plug (pin 1) red wire = positive) of 20.4
to 20.6 VDC continuously. Float charging may take 24 hours or longer to charge a battery pack.
3. Routine Charging: Disconnect the battery or batteries from the indicator or module. Connect the
battery or batteries to a constant voltage source (battery plug pin 1 red wire = positive) of 21.6 to
22.1 VDC with a current limit of 0.1 ampere maximum. When the charging current drops to
approximately 5mA, the battery is fully charged and should be disconnected. Leaving 21.6 to
22.1 VDC charge voltage on the battery for an extended time will degrade its life. If continuous
maintenance of the charge is desired, refer to step 2, Float Charging.
****WARNING****
Battery out gassing and a rotten egg odor may occur due to
prolonged high rate overcharging and may result in battery
damage. The battery assembly must be replaced if
out gassing has occurred.
4. The Mid-Continent Instruments Battery Charger/Tester P/N 36029 may be used. This Battery
Charger/Tester will apply an initial charge, per step 3 above, and then automatically switch to
maintain a float charge, per step 2 above, indefinitely after initial charging is complete.
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2.5
Periodic Maintenance Instructions
All G500/G600 system LRUs are designed to detect internal failures. A thorough self-test is executed
automatically upon application of power to the units, and built-in tests are continuously executed.
Detected errors are indicated on the GDU 620 display via failure annunciations.
Operation of the G500/G600 system is not permitted unless an inspection as described in this section
has been completed within the preceding 12 calendar months. Conduct a visual inspection (look for
signs of wear, deterioration, or damage to wires, switches, backshells, connectors, overbraid, bonding
straps or foil) of the G500/G600 system LRUs and wiring harnesses to ensure installation integrity:
1. Inspect all units for security of attachment, including visual inspection of brackets and other
supporting structure attaching all units to the airframe.
2. Inspect all switches, knobs and buttons for legibility.
3. Visually inspect each unit’s wiring for chafing or wear at each termination.
4. Visually check for any signs of corrosion.
2.5.1
Transient Voltage Suppressors (non-metallic aircraft only)
The GDU 620 #1, GRS 77 #1, GDC 74( ) #1, and GAD 43 (if installed) may have a TVS located at each
LRU. The electro-mechanical and electronic standby indicator (if installed) may have a TVS located at
the indicator and/or at the power bus. See G500/G600 AML STC Installation Manual Table K-2 to help
locate TVS installations. These components must be tested every 24 calendar months in accordance
with section 8.3.1 of the G500/G600 AML STC Installation Manual.
2.5.2
Aluminum Foil Tape (non-metallic aircraft only)
Any aluminum foil tape used in the G500/G600 installation (see section 3.2 of this document) must be
inspected every 12 calendar months in accordance with section 8.3.2 of the G500/G600 AML STC
Installation Manual.
2.5.3
GDU 620 – Display Unit
Maintenance of the GDU 620 is ‘on condition’ only.
2.5.4
Attitude Heading Reference System (AHRS)
The AHRS utilizes an Earth magnetic field model which is updated once every five years as part of the
Aviation Database maintained by the owner/operator. If the magnetic model is not up to date, the unit will
issue an alert upon startup indicating the model has expired. The model can be updated in accordance
with Section 1.9 of the G500/G600 AML STC Installation Manual.
Otherwise maintenance of the AHRS is ‘on condition’ only.
2.5.5
GMU 44 – Magnetometer
Maintenance of the GMU 44 is ‘on condition’ only.
2.5.6
Air Data Computer (ADC)
Test according to Title 14 CFR §§ 91.411 and 91.413 as well as 14 CFR §§ 43 Appendix E. See the
pitot-static checkout procedure in Section 5.8.2 of the G500/G600 AML STC Installation Manual for the
testing procedure.
2.5.7
GTP 59 – OAT Probe
Maintenance of the OAT Probe is ‘on condition’ only.
2.5.8
GAD 43/43e – Adapter
Maintenance of the GAD 43/43e is ‘on condition’ only.
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2.5.9
Mid-Continent Instruments Attitude Indicator Models 4300-4( ), or 4200-( ) with MD420
If a Mid-Continent Instruments Attitude Indicator is installed as part of the G500/G600 AML STC, the
battery pack must be tested by one of the following means:
1. Manual:
a. Disconnect the battery pack from the Attitude Indicator.
b. Ensure the battery pack is completely charged and at or near room temperature.
c. Connect the battery to a load of 90 ohms (rated for 10 watts) for 60 minutes while
monitoring the battery voltage level.
i. If the battery voltage is at or above 15.0 volts while under load at the end of the
60 minute test, the battery may be recharged in accordance with the
Mid-Continent Instruments Installation Manual and re-installed in the aircraft.
ii. If the battery voltage is below 15.0 volts while under load at the end of the 60
minute test the battery must be replaced.
2. Automatic:
a. Use the Mid-Continent Instruments Battery Charger/Tester P/N 36029 to test the
battery.
i. If the time required for discharge is 60 minutes or greater, the battery may be
recharged in accordance with the Mid-Continent Instruments Installation Manual
and re-installed in the aircraft.
ii. If the time required for discharge is less than 60 minutes, the battery must be
replaced.
****WARNING****
The battery may be permanently damaged if it is left in a discharged state.
Recharge a discharged battery as soon as possible and
maintain with a float charge for maximum battery life.
Within the preceding 12 calendar months, proper operation of the attitude instrument must be verified
with the following procedure:
1. Apply aircraft power to the unit and verify that the invalid flag is removed from view and the
STBY PWR indicator is not illuminated.
2. Remove aircraft power from the unit and verify that the invalid flag is not visible and the STBY
PWR indicator is flashing.
3. Press the STBY PWR button and verify that the invalid flag is not visible and the STBY PWR
indicator is not flashing.
4. Press the STBY PWR button a second time and verify that the invalid flag is displayed.
Otherwise maintenance of the Mid-Continent Instruments attitude indicator is ‘on condition’ only.
2.5.10 Electrical Bonding Test
G500/G600 LRU electrical bonding must be tested every 2000 flight hours or ten (10) years, whichever
is first. During the test, any cables normally attached to the LRU must be disconnected from the LRU. If
measured resistance is greater than applicable values in the following table, bonding must be improved
to meet applicable requirements for a new installation in accordance with section 3.8 of the G500/G600
AML STC Installation Manual.
LRU
Metallic Aircraft
Non-Metallic Aircraft
GDU 620 – Display Unit
40 mΩ (to instrument panel)
40 mΩ (to instrument panel)
GSU 75(B) – Air Data and Attitude
Heading Reference System
(ADAHRS)
20 mΩ (to aircraft ground
plane)
20 mΩ (to instrument panel)
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GRS 77 – Attitude, Heading
Reference System (AHRS)
20 mΩ (to aircraft ground
plane)
20 mΩ (to instrument panel)
GMU 44 – Magnetometer
20 mΩ (to aircraft ground
plane)
No bond check required since
the GMU is required to be
isolated from its mounting
location. Verify that there is
sufficient clearance around the
installation per section 2.5.11.5.3
of the G500/G600 AML STC
Installation Manual
GDC 74( ) – Air Data Computer
20 mΩ (to aircraft ground
plane)
20 mΩ (to instrument panel)
GTP 59 – OAT Probe
5 mΩ (to aircraft skin)
No bond check required since
the GTP is required to be
isolated from its mounting
location. Verify that there is
sufficient clearance around the
installation per section 2.5.11.7.2
of the G500/G600 AML STC
Installation Manual
GAD 43/43e – Adapter
20 mΩ (to aircraft ground
plane)
20 mΩ (to instrument panel)
Note: there are no applicable bonding requirements for the Mid-Continent Instruments Attitude Indicator
Models 4300-4( ), or 4200-( ) with MD420.
2.5.11 TBM 700(850) RVSM Periodic Maintenance (G600 Only)
Maintain all RVSM equipment in accordance with the manufacturer’s maintenance and performance
requirements. The encoding altimeter must be checked as specified in the Socata Maintenance Manual
section 05-10-01, ATA 34. The RVSM critical areas must be inspected as specified in Socata
Maintenance Manual section 05-10-01, ATA Chapter 53.
The air data systems must be checked within the preceding 24 months as specified in the Socata
Maintenance Manual section 34-11-00 except the altitude displays and Altitude Alerter must be tested in
accordance with the G500/G600 AML STC Installation Manual section P.3.2.1. Socata Maintenance
Manual test procedures may be adapted to complete all other air data system checks required in the
G500/G600 AML STC Installation Manual section 5.8.2.
The autopilot altitude hold performance must be tested within the preceding 24 months in accordance
with the G500/G600 AML STC Installation Manual section P.3.3.
2.6
Troubleshooting Information
If error indications are displayed on the GDU 620 display unit, and/or the optional Mid Continent
Instruments standby attitude indicator, consult the Troubleshooting section (section 6) contained in the
G500/G600 AML STC Installation Manual. The ‘G500/G600 System Post-Installation Checkout Log’ in
the aircraft permanent records includes the configuration information for the installation (see section
5.11.3 in the G500/G600 System AML STC Installation Manual for a sample Log).
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2.7
Removal and Replacement Information
If any G500/G600 LRUs are removed and reinstalled, verify that the LRU unit power-up self-test
sequence is successfully completed and no failure messages are annunciated on the GDU 620 display.
See the unit replacement procedure in section 3.5 of the G500/G600 AML STC Installation Manual.
Perform any additional procedures that are required for each LRU, as specified in the following
subsections. Any component installed under this STC must be replaced by a component of the same
model and part number or defined equivalent component.
If any work has been done on the aircraft that could affect the system wiring, antenna cable, or any
interconnected equipment, verify the G500/G600 system unit power-up self-test sequence is
successfully completed and no failure messages are annunciated on the GDU 620 display.
Refer to the G500/G600 AML STC Installation Manual (listed under reference documentation in Section
2.1 of this document) for particular LRU removal/installation procedures and special handling
precautions.
2.7.1
GAD 43e Adapter Replacement
If the GAD 43e is used with an analog navigation receiver, the GAD 43e calibration specified in section
5.5.14.3 of the G500/G600 AML STC Installation Manual must be performed whenever the GAD 43e
and/or the analog navigation receiver is replaced.
2.7.2
TBM 700(850) RVSM Return to Service (G600 Only)
If the ADC was removed or replaced, check the air data systems as specified in the Socata Maintenance
Manual section 34-11-00 except check the G600 altitude display in accordance with G500/G600 AML
STC Installation Manual section P.3.2.1.
If the co-pilot’s RVSM altimeter is removed or replaced, verify ADC 1/ADC 2 switch is operating normally
as specified in the G500/G600 AML STC Installation Manual section P.3.1. Refer to the manufacturer’s
instructions for additional calibration and return service instructions. Check the air data systems as
specified in the Socata Maintenance Manual section 34-11-00 except check the co-pilot’s altitude display
as specified in the G600 Installation Manual section P.3.2.1.
If work was performed in the RVSM critical areas, including rear cargo door (if installed), static ports, and
fixation rivets, it must be checked as specified in Socata Maintenance Manual section 53-00-00.
2.8
Diagrams
Aircraft specific LRU locations and wire routing diagram are recorded during installation using the forms
in Appendix A of this document. Refer to the G500/G600 AML STC Installation Manual (listed under
reference documentation in Section 2.1 of this document) for drawings applicable to this installation and
for instructions to complete the forms in Appendix A. Point to point wiring diagrams are in Appendix F of
the G500/G600 AML STC Installation Manual. Refer to the G500/G600 Post-Installation Checkout Log
retained in the aircraft permanent records for a list of the interfaced equipment and port configurations.
2.9
Special Inspection Requirements
After a suspected lightning strike, the following actions must be performed:

Inspect the GTP 59 OAT for signs of lightning damage. Check the self-sealing washer
(P/N 212-00026-00) used on the probe tip outside of the aircraft for any evidence of melting or
lack of seal. Replace washer if damaged. If there is evidence of lightning strike to the OAT or
any lightning damage, replace the GTP 59 OAT.

Non-metallic aircraft must have all Transient Voltage Suppressors replaced in accordance with
section 8.3.1 of the G500/G600 AML STC Installation Manual.

Tube and fabric aircraft must replace the OAT bond strap (if installed) in accordance with section
8.3.3 of the G500/G600 AML STC Installation Manual.
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
Aircraft with a GMU mounted in the wingtip of metallic aircraft with non-metallic wingtip covers
must inspect the magnetometer installation in accordance with section 8.4.1 of the G500/G600
AML STC Installation Manual.

Aircraft with an ARINC 708 weather radar interfaced to the GDU 620 must inspect the overbraid
to the weather radar in accordance with section 8.4.2 of the G500/G600 AML STC Installation
Manual.

Aircraft with optional GDU 620 dual power bus diodes (see Installation Manual Figure F-2) must
perform a functional check of the diode isolation as follows:

o
Power on Avionics #1 Bus and Avionics #2 Bus. Verify that all avionics are powered on.
o
Power off Avionics #1 Bus only. Verify that both GDU 620 units remain powered on.
Verify that Avionics #1 Bus is unpowered.
o
Power on Avionics #1 Bus and Power off Avionics #2 Bus only. Verify that both
GDU 620 units remain powered on. Verify that Avionics #2 Bus is unpowered.
Non-metallic aircraft with a GSU 75(B) installed must have the GSU 75(B) grounding strap
inspected for signs of lightning damage. If there is evidence of lightning strike damage, replace
the grounding strap using the procedure in appendix N.3 of the G500/G600 AML STC
Installation Manual.
If the Mid-Continent Standby Attitude Indicator (if installed) has not been operated for more than 3
months, charge each battery pack using one of the methods described in section 2.4.
2.10 Application of Protective Treatments
None, N/A.
2.11 Data Relative to Structural Fasteners
Data relative to structural fasteners, such as type, torque, and installation requirements can be found in
section 3 of the G500/G600 AML STC Installation Manual.
2.12 Special Tools
For electrical bonding testing, a milliohm meter is required.
No special tools are required for system checkout. See G500/G600 AML STC Installation Manual listed
in reference documentation in Section 2.1 of this document.
2.13 Additional Instructions
None
2.14 Overhaul Period
The system does not require overhaul at a specific time period. Power on self-test and continuous BIT
will monitor the health of the G500/G600 system. If any LRU indicates an internal failure, the unit may be
removed and replaced. See the troubleshooting section (section 6) contained in the G500/G600 AML
STC Installation Manual, listed under reference documentation in paragraph 2.1 of this document.
2.15 ICA Revision and Distribution
To revise this ICA, a request must be submitted to the ACO or ODA along with the revised ICA. The
ACO or ODA will obtain AEG acceptance, and approve any revision to the Airworthiness Limitations in
Section 1.4. After FAA acceptance/approval, Garmin will release the revised ICA for customer use, and
provide any required notification of the revision.
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The latest revision of this document will be available on the Garmin website (www.garmin.com). A
Garmin Service Bulletin, describing ICA revision, will be sent to dealers if revision is determined to be
significant.
2.16 Assistance
Flight Standards Inspectors or the certificate holder’s PMI have the required resources to respond to
questions regarding this ICA. In addition, the customer may refer questions regarding this equipment and
its installation to the manufacturer, Garmin. Garmin customer assistance may be contacted during
normal business hours via telephone 913-397-8200 or email from the Garmin web site at
www.garmin.com.
2.17 Implementation and Record Keeping
Modification of an aircraft by this Supplemental Type Certificate obligates the aircraft operator to include
the maintenance information provided by this document in the operator’s aircraft maintenance manual
and/or the operator’s aircraft scheduled maintenance program.
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3. APPENDIX A
3.1
System
System Installed
3.2
G500
 Single
 Dual
G600
 Single
 Dual
LRU Locations
The following table describes the locations of the G500/G600 LRUs:
LRU
included in
this
installation?
Aluminum
foil tape
used for
grounding?
 Yes
N/A
GSU 75(B) #1
 Yes  No
 Yes  No
GRS 77 #1
 Yes  No
 Yes  No
GDC 74( ) #1
 Yes  No
 Yes  No
GMU 44 #1
 Yes
N/A
GTP 59 #1
 Yes
N/A
GAD 43/43e
 Yes  No
 Yes  No
MCI 4300-4 ( )
 Yes  No
N/A
MCI 4200-( )
 Yes  No
N/A
MCI MD420
 Yes  No
N/A
GDU 620 #2
 Yes  No
N/A
 Yes  No
N/A
 Yes  No
N/A
 Yes  No
N/A
 Yes  No
N/A
 Yes  No
N/A
LRU
GDU 620 #1
(dual installations only)
GSU 75(B) #2
(dual installations only)
GRS 77 #2
(dual installations only)
GDC 74( ) #2
(dual installations only)
GMU 44 #2
(dual installations only)
GTP 59 #2
(dual installations only)
G500/G600 PFD/MFD System
Instructions for Continued Airworthiness
Description of Location
190-00601-00 Rev. M
Page 11 of 13
3.3
Wire Routing – Single-Engine
The following diagram depicts the wire routing for the G500/G600 LRUs throughout the aircraft structure
for a single-engine aircraft:
G500/G600 PFD/MFD System
Instructions for Continued Airworthiness
190-00601-00 Rev. M
Page 12 of 13
3.4
Wire Routing – Twin-Engine
The following diagram depicts the wire routing for the G500/G600 LRUs throughout the aircraft structure
for a twin-engine aircraft:
G500/G600 PFD/MFD System
Instructions for Continued Airworthiness
190-00601-00 Rev. M
Page 13 of 13
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