Victor’s Vectors: G3X now shipping


Cf-lg I got a call yesterday from a pilot building a RV-7 and he was excited because he had heard that Garmin was making a glass panel based on the GPSMAP 696 for the experimental market. He was even more excited to hear that not only has Garmin been accepting orders, but as of Monday, Garmin is now shipping the Garmin G3X system through a list of approved experimental dealers. This system designed specifically for the experimental and light sport panels can be configured with a single display or can be set up for use with up to three displays depending on your budget. With the multiple displays, the MFD will even go into reversionary mode in the case of a PFD failure; it displays engine instrumentation and comes with Garmin’s GSU 73 sensor unit to provide full primary flight information. If this sounds similiar to a G-1000 or G-600 then you are on the right track! Garmin has borrowed a little from both and mixed it with the GPSMAP 696 to come up with an experimental aircraft builders’ dream. For more information check out the G3X mini-site.

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