Garmin GI-106A

VOR/LOC//GS/GPS Course Deviation Indicator (CDI)

Garmin - New - 013-00049-00

2-year Manufacturer Limited Warranty


Stay on course with the GI 106A, a high-quality course deviation indicator that displays rectilinear needle movements and contains integral GPS, NAV and VLOC mode annunciators. The panel-mounted GI 106A adds a glideslope needle and flag to the features of the GI 102A, which include a VOR/LOC/GPS needle, TO/FROM indicator and NAV warning flag.

GI 106A contains an integral resolver for OBS feedback. It also features anti-reflective lenses and is backlit so you can see it at night.

GI 106A is based on the Mid-Continent Instruments MD200 Series. It is typically required for GNS 430/530 system certification.

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  • Rectilinear needle movements
  • Integral GPS, NAV and VLOC mode lights
  • Integral resolver for VOR/GPS OBS feedback
  • VOR/LOC/GPS needle
  • TO/FROM arrow
  • NAV warning flag
  • Glideslope needle
  • Panel-mounted
  • Dimensions: 3.25"W x 3.25"H x 4.75"L (82.6 x 82.6 x 120.7 mm)
  • Weight: 1.4 lbs (0.64 kg)
  • Display Lighting: 4.3 W at max intensity, 14 VDC at 0.31 A (typical) or 28 VDC at 0.155 A (typical)
  • Operating Current: 0.1 A (with one annunciator illuminated)
  • GI-106A Course Deviation Indicator (CDI)
  • Installation kit

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GI-106A Product Commentary

Sarasota Avionics The Garmin GI-106A is a versatile course deviation indicator (CDI) in that it has the ability to interface with most Nav radios and GPS units in the General Aviation fleet today. Common interfaces for the GI-106A are the GTN750, GTN650, GTN635, GTN625, GNS530/W, GNS430/W, GNC420W, GPS400W, and SL30. The GI-106A provides both left and right course deviation, as well as vertical guidance for instrument approaches. Annunciator lights for Nav and GPS also help to remind the pilot which information source the GI-106A is currently displaying.