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Garmin G600

Integrated Flight Display

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Garmin - Discontinued - 010-0G600-00

2-year Manufacturer Limited Warranty

This item has been discontinued and replaced by Garmin's new G600 TXi.


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Bringing true “glass cockpit” capabilities to the aircraft you already have, Garmin’s G600 is a retrofit breakthrough. Now, you can upgrade your avionics panel with a G600 suite and start reaping the benefits of enhanced situational awareness, safety and pilot workload reduction. The dual-screen G600 works with your Garmin avionics stack, pairing both a primary flight display (PFD) and a multi-function (MFD) display in a single 10-inch wide bezel – to provide a fully certified upgrade option for your cockpit. And with software assurance levels required for FAR Part 23 Class 3 aircraft, G600 is the ideal solution.

Garmin SVT™ Now Comes Standard

A scaled version of Garmin’s SVT Synthetic Vision Technology comes pre-installed on your G600. Using sophisticated graphics modeling to create a 3-D topographic landscape from the G600’s terrain alerting database, SVT provides a “virtual reality” perspective view of ground and water features, obstacles and optional traffic – all shown in relative proximity to your aircraft. So, rather than looking at the PFD, you’ll have a sense of looking through it, to “see” what lies beyond the nose of your aircraft. SVT clearly enhances your view of primary flight data by giving it a realistic visual frame of reference – especially in solid IFR or nighttime/marginal VFR conditions.

Enhance Situational Awareness

In addition to the graphical terrain and obstacle alerting information provided by SVT, you can also augment the G600 with optional Class-B TAWS (Terrain Awareness and Warning System) and radar altimeter (ARINC 429 interface support allows readouts on the PFD) for an extra margin of safety in the air. A trial version of Garmin FliteCharts® approach plates for the U.S. come pre-installed on G600 (the charts will disable when data is over 6 months out-of-date).

As an option, Jeppesen-style ChartView™ instrument approach plates and airport surface charts (available through the JeppView™ service) enable you to overlay your aircraft’s position on the MFD approach display.While in flight, use the AOPA Airport Directory Data on your new device to find FBO and fuel/service listings for more than 7,400 airports. Then use built-in SafeTaxi® diagrams to confidently navigate taxiways at nearly 1,000 U.S. airports.

Enjoy Advanced AHRS

In place of costly-to-maintain gyro instruments, the G600 uses Garmin’s super-reliable GRS 77 Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS). Combining inputs from GPS, magnetometer and air data computer, the AHRS provides an accurate digital output and referen­cing of your aircraft position, rate, vector and acceleration data. It’s even able to restart and properly realign itself while the aircraft is moving With the correct compliance kit, the G600 fully supports Reduced Vertical Separation Minimums (RVSM) on qualified airframes, providing access to previously restricted flight levels in RVSM airspace.

Synch Up with Your Autopilot

G600 is designed to interface with most popular GA autopilots and flight directors. The GAD 43 adapter unit (provided with the G600) offers enhanced autopilot interface – allowing AHRS to provide attitude information to your autopilot in place of a gyro-mechanical ADI. The GAD 43 can emulate the many existing gyro interfaces, using far more reliable AHRS data to provide the attitude, heading, yaw input, baro correction, and alerting cues to the autopilot. This typically eliminates the need to keep that costly-to-maintain gyro ADI as your autopilot reference for the G600 glass cockpit.

Add Weather, Traffic and More

For added cockpit capability, it’s easy to combine the G600 with a variety of optional sensors and data links. For example, digital on-board weather radar functionality for the U.S. can be added with Garmin’s GWX 68 or other ARINC 708 radar systems (software interface is optional; LRU sold separately). Garmin’s GDL 69 series XM receiver offers up-to-the moment weather and NEXRAD coverage for the U.S., as well as XM satellite radio, while the GSR 56 provides global weather data, radar imagery, voice/data connectivity and ground-based position tracking through the Iridium satellite network. And for help in watching nearby traffic, you can access Traffic Information Service (TIS) alerts on your G600 simply by adding a GTX 330 Mode S transponder. For more advanced traffic surveillance, select from an available TAS or TCAS system, including Garmin’s GTS family of traffic surveillance products. The G600 also includes a video input option that allows your MFD to double as an EVS or live-cam video monitor.

A Smarter Way to Retrofit

Whether you fly a typical GA piston single or twin – or even a larger Class 3 aircraft (piston or turbine aircraft between 6,000 lbs. and 12,500 lbs. MTOW) Garmin’s G600 is the perfect retrofit option. With Supplemental Type Certification (STC) provided under an FAA Approved Model List, Garmin offers detailed G600 installation specs for nearly 800 models of aircraft. Just see your authorized Garmin installation center for specific G600 compatibility information.

Garmin G600 with SVT: Putting retrofit in a whole new perspective.

  • Dual 6.5-inch diagonal color LCDdisplays; portrait orientation
  • Large and clear display fonts
  • 4.8-inch diagonal attitude indicator
  • SVT synthetic vision renders terrain-alerting data into realistic virtuallandscape
  • Proven solid-state Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS) and Air DataComputer (ADC)
  • XM WX Satellite Weather and XM Radio (optional)
  • Built-in terrain elevation and towers/obstacles databases
  • Standard FliteCharts® and SafeTaxi® databases
  • Optional ChartView™ shows the aircraft position on the Jeppesen approachcharts and airport surface diagrams
  • Offers control/display for available GWX 68 airborne weather radar
  • Displays GPS mapping, as well as optional traffic, terrain and datalinksystems
  • Flight director for selected autopilots
  • Real-time winds aloft data on PFD
  • GAD 43 adapter provides AHRS reference for autopilot interface on selectmodels (allows replacement of gyro attitude, yaw, and baro correction; radarstabilization; and bootstrap heading).
  • Dimensions (GDU 620 display): 6.7"H x 10.0"W x 3.25"D
  • Weight (GDU 620 display): 6.4 lbs.
  • 10-40 VDC, reverse polarity protected

  • GDU 620 display unit
  • GRS 77 HIRF, Altitude & Heading Reference system
  • GDC 74 HIRF, Air Data System
  • GMU 44 Magnetometer
  • GTP 59 OAT probe
  • G600 Install kit
  • G600 product information kit
  • GAD43 or GAD43e

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G600 Product Commentary

Sarasota Avionics The G600 is an EFIS system designed to be installed in aircraft above 6,000 lbs. Features are very similar to that of a G500 in that the large screen split down the middle gives the pilot a primary flight display (PDF) on the left side of the unit that incorporates valuable flight information such as airspeed, true airspeed, ground speed, vertical speed, altimeter, turn and bank, and attitude indicator. Also included in the PFD is a horizontal situational indicator (HSI) that allows pilots to switch between GPS1, GPS2, Nav 1, and Nav 2. This is important because now most autopilots can be driven by multiple sources without needing to install a costly switching unit. Simply press the CDI button on the front of the screen to select the GPS or Nav source you want the autopilot to follow. The right display offers a moving map with the ability to overlay radar, XM weather, XM radio, Stormscope, and traffic information from an active Garmin, L-3, or Avidyne traffic receiver or a TIS traffic receiver should these boxes be installed in the plane. Synthetic Vision comes standard on the G600 which gives the pilot a 3D view of the landscape, along with obstacle and terrain warnings. In heavier prop planes and light jets, the G600 is in the top of the class for EFIS systems when it comes to situational awareness and reliability. Your scan is reduced by having both your flight instruments, moving map, traffic, obstacle, weather, and lighting information right in front of you.

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