New approvals for Garmin autopilots and more

Garmin has unleashed a raft of product announcements at the EAA AirVenture Oshkosh which is on this week, starting with more approvals for its GFC 500/GFC 600 autopilot: Cessna 182RG, Piper PA-46 JetPROP and Socata TBM 700/850.

The GFC 500 is intended for single-engine piston aircraft, while the GFC 600 is intended for high performance piston single/twin-engine and turbine aircraft.

Other new products include:

Garmin USB charger[] GSB 15, a small, lightweight USB charger designed for a wide range of aircraft. A single GSB 15 contains two USB ports and supports simultaneous 18W (up to 3A) high-speed charging.

Garmin dual G5[] New features for the G5 electronic flight instrument for certified and experimental aircraft, including the display of outside air temperature (OAT), true airspeed (TAS), winds and more.

[] New wireless engine data streaming, flight data logging and new display configurations for the G3X Touch flight display for experimental aircraft.

Garmin GNC355 navcomm[] GNC 355, a GPS navigator with Localizer Performance with Vertical (LPV) approach guidance, complete with a built-in Comm radio. Intended for Class I/II aircraft that weigh 6,000lb/2,721kg or less, as well as experimental/amateur-built aircraft.

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