Is the Garmin G3X IFR certified?

Is the Garmin G3X IFR certified?

Garmin G3X Touch 7-inch display featuring Engine Information System capabilities. For complete IFR-approach compatibility, customers can pair the G3X Touch with a variety of Garmin GPS navigators and Nav/Comms, including the new GPS 175/GNX 375, GTN 650/750, GNS™ 430W/530W, GNS 480, SL 30/40, and GNC® 255.

What is G3X?

Designed from the ground up with a native touchscreen interface, G3X Touch flight displays are the smartest, most advanced large-format flight displays we’ve ever designed (and priced) specifically for experimental/amateur-built aircraft.

Does Garmin G3X have autopilot?

Even better, the Garmin experimental autopilot system includes automatic trim functionality and automatic speed scheduling at no additional cost. And all of these advanced functions can be accessed directly from your G3X Touch display or separate GMC 305 or GMC 507 autopilot controllers.

Does Garmin G3X have GPS?

In place of sensitive mechanical gyro instruments, the G3X system uses the latest in GPS-aided ADAHRS. Based on solid-state technology derived from our popular certified G1000® system, ADAHRS provides accurate and reliable referencing of aircraft attitude, heading, rate, vector and acceleration data.

Does the G3X have GPS?

Reliably Reversionary (Note: The GPS receiver built into the display is certified for VFR navigation only.) When installed with an optional G5 electronic flight instrument3 as backup instrumentation, G3X Touch will automatically sync baro and bug settings as well as provide miscompare alerts.

What is a 3 axis autopilot?

A three-axis autopilot adds control in the yaw axis and is not required in many small aircraft. Autopilots in modern complex aircraft are three-axis and generally divide a flight into taxi, takeoff, climb, cruise (level flight), descent, approach, and landing phases.

Why are Garmin avionics so expensive?

The hardware is expensive! avionics generally require a greater level of precision than your iPhone GPS and 3 axis sensors. Most modern AHRS use micro-mechanical internals, magnetometers and other complex (read costly) units. These units need to maintain precision at all times.