Garmin GTN 750

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$15,360.00

 The GTN 650 series and 750 series both feature a shallow menu structure, simple menu interface with intuitive icons, audio and viual feedback, and animation so that pilots know exactly how the systems are sreponding to their input. The GTN has a touchscreen alphanumberic keyboard, and also utilizes a "back" icon which allows for quick and easy operation.

Recognizing that hand stabilization will help make it even easier to enter data in smooth or turbulent flight conditions, both units have a finger anchoring bazel around the side of the display and fingerboard at the bottom of the screen. For those who prefer traditional data entry via buttons and knobs, the GTN systems have a dual concentric knob for data entry, volume/squelch knob, "home" button and "direct to" button so that pilots can perform basic operations - like direct-to operations or change COM frequencies - without using the touchscreen. With the home key, pilots are seldom more than two taps away from all primary pages and functions.

The GTN series offers graphical flight planning capability (petent pending) so that pilots can edit an active flight plan route on the map and easily enter a new waypoint or modify the sequence by tapping or dragging their finger on the screen. A unique "rubber band" feature lets pilots select a flight plan leg on the screen and then alter it to accommodate a deviation or ATC amendment. In addition, pilots can pan across the map display by swiping their finger across the screen. Victor airways and high-altitude jet routes can be overlaid on moving map, and airway segments can be selectred onscreen for instand entry into a flight plan.

The GTN 650 series has the same exterior footprint as the GNS 430W, but has a 4.9 inch screen (diagonal) that has 53% more screen area than the GNS 430W. The GTN 750 series large 6.9 inch screen (diagonal) has 98 percent more screen area than the GNS 530W, which makes it possible to view an entire chart via Garmin FlightCharts or optional ChartView (powered by a JeppView subscription), was well as display integrated ausio and intercom functions (with the new optional GMS 35 remote mount audio system). In addition, both unites display a greatly enhanced, higher resolution picture that has over 5 times more pixels than the GNS 430W and 530W, respectively.

Thanks for built-in terrain, mapping and obstacle databases, the GTN provides a greatly enhanced, high resolution presentation of the surrounding area. A built-in terrain elevation database shows color-coded alerts when potential terrain conflicts are ahead. Full Class B TAWS alerting is also available as an option. The SBAS/WAAS equipped GTN 650 and 750 series let pilots fly GPS-guided LPV glidepath appoaches down to ILS-comparagle minimums. In addition, precise course deviation and roll stering outputs can be coupled to select autopilots so that IFR flight procedures may be flown automatically. This includes all ARINC 424 leg types, excluding RF legs.

Because the GTN offers wide compatiblility with select Garmin avionics and sensors, Garmin has made it possible to have a consistent and inuitive interface with other systems - like ausio and transponder - by providing simplified systems management functionality on the GTN equipped flightdeck. Saving valuable panel space, Garmin's new GMA 35 remote mount audio processor (optional) interfaces with the GTN 750 series and makes it possible for the GTN to be used as a touchscreen control head for the aircraft's audio and intercom functions. This function graphically shows audio distribution, allowing the pilot to visualize the possible connections and distribute audio to the passengers by touching the link. The GMA 35 helps streamline cockpit communications with record/playback function. It also includes an internal microphone that senses the amount of ambient noise, and an automatically adjust the codkpit speaker and the headset volume based on the level of noise in the cockpit. Garmin's GTX 32/33/33D remote transponders (optional) also interface with the GTN 650 or 750 series so that pilots can control transponder function from the GTN's display. Optional "ES" (Extended Squitter) versions of the GTX 33/33D mode S transponders are available which will support ADS-B/Out.

Multi-function display capabilities continue with interface to optional equipment like the GDL 69/69A satellite weather datalink receiver, WX-500 lightning detection system and select traffic system inputs and may be overlaid on the moving map. XM WX Satellite Weather and radio service is only available to US and Canacian customers with a subscription and a GDL 69 series datalink receiver.

 The GTN 650 series and 750 series both feature a shallow menu structure, simple menu interface with intuitive icons, audio and viual feedback, and animation so that pilots know exactly how the systems are sreponding to their input. The GTN has a touchscreen alphanumberic keyboard, and also utilizes a "back" icon which allows for quick and easy operation.

Recognizing that hand stabilization will help make it even easier to enter data in smooth or turbulent flight conditions, both units have a finger anchoring bazel around the side of the display and fingerboard at the bottom of the screen. For those who prefer traditional data entry via buttons and knobs, the GTN systems have a dual concentric knob for data entry, volume/squelch knob, "home" button and "direct to" button so that pilots can perform basic operations - like direct-to operations or change COM frequencies - without using the touchscreen. With the home key, pilots are seldom more than two taps away from all primary pages and functions.

The GTN series offers graphical flight planning capability (petent pending) so that pilots can edit an active flight plan route on the map and easily enter a new waypoint or modify the sequence by tapping or dragging their finger on the screen. A unique "rubber band" feature lets pilots select a flight plan leg on the screen and then alter it to accommodate a deviation or ATC amendment. In addition, pilots can pan across the map display by swiping their finger across the screen. Victor airways and high-altitude jet routes can be overlaid on moving map, and airway segments can be selectred onscreen for instand entry into a flight plan.

The GTN 650 series has the same exterior footprint as the GNS 430W, but has a 4.9 inch screen (diagonal) that has 53% more screen area than the GNS 430W. The GTN 750 series large 6.9 inch screen (diagonal) has 98 percent more screen area than the GNS 530W, which makes it possible to view an entire chart via Garmin FlightCharts or optional ChartView (powered by a JeppView subscription), was well as display integrated ausio and intercom functions (with the new optional GMS 35 remote mount audio system). In addition, both unites display a greatly enhanced, higher resolution picture that has over 5 times more pixels than the GNS 430W and 530W, respectively.

Thanks for built-in terrain, mapping and obstacle databases, the GTN provides a greatly enhanced, high resolution presentation of the surrounding area. A built-in terrain elevation database shows color-coded alerts when potential terrain conflicts are ahead. Full Class B TAWS alerting is also available as an option. The SBAS/WAAS equipped GTN 650 and 750 series let pilots fly GPS-guided LPV glidepath appoaches down to ILS-comparagle minimums. In addition, precise course deviation and roll stering outputs can be coupled to select autopilots so that IFR flight procedures may be flown automatically. This includes all ARINC 424 leg types, excluding RF legs.

Because the GTN offers wide compatiblility with select Garmin avionics and sensors, Garmin has made it possible to have a consistent and inuitive interface with other systems - like ausio and transponder - by providing simplified systems management functionality on the GTN equipped flightdeck. Saving valuable panel space, Garmin's new GMA 35 remote mount audio processor (optional) interfaces with the GTN 750 series and makes it possible for the GTN to be used as a touchscreen control head for the aircraft's audio and intercom functions. This function graphically shows audio distribution, allowing the pilot to visualize the possible connections and distribute audio to the passengers by touching the link. The GMA 35 helps streamline cockpit communications with record/playback function. It also includes an internal microphone that senses the amount of ambient noise, and an automatically adjust the codkpit speaker and the headset volume based on the level of noise in the cockpit. Garmin's GTX 32/33/33D remote transponders (optional) also interface with the GTN 650 or 750 series so that pilots can control transponder function from the GTN's display. Optional "ES" (Extended Squitter) versions of the GTX 33/33D mode S transponders are available which will support ADS-B/Out.

Multi-function display capabilities continue with interface to optional equipment like the GDL 69/69A satellite weather datalink receiver, WX-500 lightning detection system and select traffic system inputs and may be overlaid on the moving map. XM WX Satellite Weather and radio service is only available to US and Canacian customers with a subscription and a GDL 69 series datalink receiver.

 The GTN 650 series and 750 series both feature a shallow menu structure, simple menu interface with intuitive icons, audio and viual feedback, and animation so that pilots know exactly how the systems are sreponding to their input. The GTN has a touchscreen alphanumberic keyboard, and also utilizes a "back" icon which allows for quick and easy operation.

Recognizing that hand stabilization will help make it even easier to enter data in smooth or turbulent flight conditions, both units have a finger anchoring bazel around the side of the display and fingerboard at the bottom of the screen. For those who prefer traditional data entry via buttons and knobs, the GTN systems have a dual concentric knob for data entry, volume/squelch knob, "home" button and "direct to" button so that pilots can perform basic operations - like direct-to operations or change COM frequencies - without using the touchscreen. With the home key, pilots are seldom more than two taps away from all primary pages and functions.

The GTN series offers graphical flight planning capability (petent pending) so that pilots can edit an active flight plan route on the map and easily enter a new waypoint or modify the sequence by tapping or dragging their finger on the screen. A unique "rubber band" feature lets pilots select a flight plan leg on the screen and then alter it to accommodate a deviation or ATC amendment. In addition, pilots can pan across the map display by swiping their finger across the screen. Victor airways and high-altitude jet routes can be overlaid on moving map, and airway segments can be selectred onscreen for instand entry into a flight plan.

The GTN 650 series has the same exterior footprint as the GNS 430W, but has a 4.9 inch screen (diagonal) that has 53% more screen area than the GNS 430W. The GTN 750 series large 6.9 inch screen (diagonal) has 98 percent more screen area than the GNS 530W, which makes it possible to view an entire chart via Garmin FlightCharts or optional ChartView (powered by a JeppView subscription), was well as display integrated ausio and intercom functions (with the new optional GMS 35 remote mount audio system). In addition, both unites display a greatly enhanced, higher resolution picture that has over 5 times more pixels than the GNS 430W and 530W, respectively.

Thanks for built-in terrain, mapping and obstacle databases, the GTN provides a greatly enhanced, high resolution presentation of the surrounding area. A built-in terrain elevation database shows color-coded alerts when potential terrain conflicts are ahead. Full Class B TAWS alerting is also available as an option. The SBAS/WAAS equipped GTN 650 and 750 series let pilots fly GPS-guided LPV glidepath appoaches down to ILS-comparagle minimums. In addition, precise course deviation and roll stering outputs can be coupled to select autopilots so that IFR flight procedures may be flown automatically. This includes all ARINC 424 leg types, excluding RF legs.

Because the GTN offers wide compatiblility with select Garmin avionics and sensors, Garmin has made it possible to have a consistent and inuitive interface with other systems - like ausio and transponder - by providing simplified systems management functionality on the GTN equipped flightdeck. Saving valuable panel space, Garmin's new GMA 35 remote mount audio processor (optional) interfaces with the GTN 750 series and makes it possible for the GTN to be used as a touchscreen control head for the aircraft's audio and intercom functions. This function graphically shows audio distribution, allowing the pilot to visualize the possible connections and distribute audio to the passengers by touching the link. The GMA 35 helps streamline cockpit communications with record/playback function. It also includes an internal microphone that senses the amount of ambient noise, and an automatically adjust the codkpit speaker and the headset volume based on the level of noise in the cockpit. Garmin's GTX 32/33/33D remote transponders (optional) also interface with the GTN 650 or 750 series so that pilots can control transponder function from the GTN's display. Optional "ES" (Extended Squitter) versions of the GTX 33/33D mode S transponders are available which will support ADS-B/Out.

Multi-function display capabilities continue with interface to optional equipment like the GDL 69/69A satellite weather datalink receiver, WX-500 lightning detection system and select traffic system inputs and may be overlaid on the moving map. XM WX Satellite Weather and radio service is only available to US and Canacian customers with a subscription and a GDL 69 series datalink receiver.

 The GTN 650 series and 750 series both feature a shallow menu structure, simple menu interface with intuitive icons, audio and viual feedback, and animation so that pilots know exactly how the systems are sreponding to their input. The GTN has a touchscreen alphanumberic keyboard, and also utilizes a "back" icon which allows for quick and easy operation.

Recognizing that hand stabilization will help make it even easier to enter data in smooth or turbulent flight conditions, both units have a finger anchoring bazel around the side of the display and fingerboard at the bottom of the screen. For those who prefer traditional data entry via buttons and knobs, the GTN systems have a dual concentric knob for data entry, volume/squelch knob, "home" button and "direct to" button so that pilots can perform basic operations - like direct-to operations or change COM frequencies - without using the touchscreen. With the home key, pilots are seldom more than two taps away from all primary pages and functions.

The GTN series offers graphical flight planning capability (petent pending) so that pilots can edit an active flight plan route on the map and easily enter a new waypoint or modify the sequence by tapping or dragging their finger on the screen. A unique "rubber band" feature lets pilots select a flight plan leg on the screen and then alter it to accommodate a deviation or ATC amendment. In addition, pilots can pan across the map display by swiping their finger across the screen. Victor airways and high-altitude jet routes can be overlaid on moving map, and airway segments can be selectred onscreen for instand entry into a flight plan.

The GTN 650 series has the same exterior footprint as the GNS 430W, but has a 4.9 inch screen (diagonal) that has 53% more screen area than the GNS 430W. The GTN 750 series large 6.9 inch screen (diagonal) has 98 percent more screen area than the GNS 530W, which makes it possible to view an entire chart via Garmin FlightCharts or optional ChartView (powered by a JeppView subscription), was well as display integrated ausio and intercom functions (with the new optional GMS 35 remote mount audio system). In addition, both unites display a greatly enhanced, higher resolution picture that has over 5 times more pixels than the GNS 430W and 530W, respectively.

Thanks for built-in terrain, mapping and obstacle databases, the GTN provides a greatly enhanced, high resolution presentation of the surrounding area. A built-in terrain elevation database shows color-coded alerts when potential terrain conflicts are ahead. Full Class B TAWS alerting is also available as an option. The SBAS/WAAS equipped GTN 650 and 750 series let pilots fly GPS-guided LPV glidepath appoaches down to ILS-comparagle minimums. In addition, precise course deviation and roll stering outputs can be coupled to select autopilots so that IFR flight procedures may be flown automatically. This includes all ARINC 424 leg types, excluding RF legs.

Because the GTN offers wide compatiblility with select Garmin avionics and sensors, Garmin has made it possible to have a consistent and inuitive interface with other systems - like ausio and transponder - by providing simplified systems management functionality on the GTN equipped flightdeck. Saving valuable panel space, Garmin's new GMA 35 remote mount audio processor (optional) interfaces with the GTN 750 series and makes it possible for the GTN to be used as a touchscreen control head for the aircraft's audio and intercom functions. This function graphically shows audio distribution, allowing the pilot to visualize the possible connections and distribute audio to the passengers by touching the link. The GMA 35 helps streamline cockpit communications with record/playback function. It also includes an internal microphone that senses the amount of ambient noise, and an automatically adjust the codkpit speaker and the headset volume based on the level of noise in the cockpit. Garmin's GTX 32/33/33D remote transponders (optional) also interface with the GTN 650 or 750 series so that pilots can control transponder function from the GTN's display. Optional "ES" (Extended Squitter) versions of the GTX 33/33D mode S transponders are available which will support ADS-B/Out.

Multi-function display capabilities continue with interface to optional equipment like the GDL 69/69A satellite weather datalink receiver, WX-500 lightning detection system and select traffic system inputs and may be overlaid on the moving map. XM WX Satellite Weather and radio service is only available to US and Canacian customers with a subscription and a GDL 69 series datalink receiver.