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This price includes complete wiring package, equipment, and a Stark Avionics
technician dispatched to your build site to perform the Garmin required system setup
and complete functional check using our certified test equipment (includes airfare,
lodging, car rental, labor etc.).
Announcing New G900X for Lancair & RV Kitbuilt Aircraft
Now, Garmin glass cockpit capability is no longer limited to factory-built aircraft.
With the launch of our new G900X series – and its authorized installation group of factory-trained
Aviation Distributors – Garmin is bringing integrated “big screen” avionics to selected models of kit-built
aircraft. Initially, the Lancair IV/IV-P and ES/ES-P, and Van’s RV-10, RV-9/9A, and RV-7/7A airframes
will be able to install this leading-edge G900X system. Equipment deliveries should begin later this year,
with airframe-specific software and custom bracketing available early in 2007.
Responding to numerous customer requests for this technology in experimental aircraft, the Garmin
solution includes primary flight, navigation, communication, terrain, traffic, surveillance, weather, and
engine sensor data on two 10.4 inch, high definition LCD’s. Digital AHRS offers precise attitude and
heading reference, WAAS GPS navigation including vertical guidance, and Mode S transponder with
traffic from FAA TIS sites, while a GMA 1347 will supply the entire audio panel functions in addition to
6-place intercom capability.
The G900X system will list for $66,745.
Below is the Garmin press release reprinted. Go to
http://www.garmin.com/pressroom/aviation/072306b.html for this same information or
http://www.garmin.com for more information.
Garmin’s® G900X™: The Ultimate Glass Cockpit for Kitplanes
OLATHE, Kan./July 23, 2006/PR Newswire — Garmin International Inc.,
a unit of Garmin Ltd. (Nasdaq: GRMN), today announced its G900X
avionics suite will be available on a number of leading kitbuilt aircraft –
Lancair’s IV/IV-P and ES/ES-P, and Van’s RV-10, RV-9/9A, and RV-
7/7A. This is the first time Garmin has offered an all-glass panel for
“The G900X is a highly reliable system that dramatically increases safety
of flight and situational awareness,” said Gary Kelley, Garmin’s vice
president of marketing. “We are confident that our industry-leading
technology and core principles – commitment to quality, reliability, service,
and value – will make the G900X an extremely popular avionics suite with kitplane owners.”
The G900X avionics suite integrates all primary flight, navigation, communication, terrain, traffic,
surveillance, weather, and engine sensor data on two 10.4-inch, high-definition LCDs. The color TFT
displays on the G900X suite boast XGA (1,024x768-pixel) resolution with wide viewing angles. The
following G900X system components will be available on the Lancair and Van’s airframes:
The primary flight display (PFD) replaces many of the traditional cockpit instruments and
presents this information in an integrated fashion on a large-format display, and the multifunction
display (MFD) puts all aircraft-systems monitoring and flight-planning functions at the
Designed with reversionary capabilities, allowing all flight-critical data to transfer seamlessly to
a single display for added safety during flight
Solid-state Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS), which can align while in motion,
including in-flight dynamic restarts
Digital Air Data Computer
Mode S transponder with Traffic Information Service (TIS)
Dual integrated radio modules that provide WAAS-certified IFR oceanic-approved GPS; VHF
navigation with ILS; and VHF communication with 16-watt transceivers and 8.33-kHz channel
Digital audio control system
Garmin SafeTaxi™ airport diagrams that help pilots navigate unfamiliar airports
Optional integrated satellite weather datalink and digital-quality audio via XM Satellite Radio
Optional remote Flight Management System (FMS) controller for simplified waypoint,
navigation, and communication tuning and selection
Optional integrated Class-B Terrain Awareness and Warning System (TAWS) with worldwide
terrain and U.S. obstacle database, which does not require an external LRU as with other