All the capabilities you want in a true “glass cockpit” are brought together in the G3X flight display system — with single display systems priced as low as $4,375. Designed specifically for experimental/kitplane and light sport panels, this scalable system lets you grow as your needs and budget allow.
This easy-to-install suite can contain up to three redundant PFD/MFD configurable displays, all of which contain a built-in GPS and big, bright sunlight readable 7" high-resolution WVGA screen. The G3X provides full primary flight display (PFD) attitude/directional guidance along with electronic engine gauges, terrain/obstacles alerting, geo-referenced FliteCharts® and SafeTaxi® airport diagrams. Optional SiriusXM® weather, ADS-B “In” with traffic and weather, ADS-B “Out” transponder, and angle of attack sensor can all be added easily. An affordable Garmin autopilot system is also available with advanced features like coupled approaches and auto-trim, as well as flight director, indicated air speed hold and straight and level button when installed with an optional control panel.
You can choose a single- or multi-display configuration with separate PFD and MFD displays — or you can even add a third co-pilot’s display, if desired. Each G3X System comes with the following:
1 or more displays (with or without XM weather capability)
Air Data, Attitude and Heading Reference System (ADAHRS)
Magnetometer, which determines the aircraft’s magnetic heading
also includes building-block design options on several new Garmin systems. With the GSA-28 Autopilot Servos you can have full autopilot capability, or add the GDL-39 for subscription-free ADS-B Traffic and Weather. If
your prefer XM WX Weather Services, an optional antenna interface on the GDU
375 allows for display options. Add the GTX-23/ES for ADS-B
"out" and Traffic Information Service (TIS) alerts from ground-based