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The Garmin G1000 system was designed to be intuitive, so the pilots could quickly understand and act on the ever-changing mountain of data they are presented with. Its revolutionary design brings new levels of situational awareness, simplicity and safety to the cockpit.
G1000 puts a wealth of flight-critical data at your fingertips. Its glass flightdeck presents flight instrumentation, navigation, weather, terrain, traffic and engine data on large-format, high-resolution displays.
All flight data, including navigation, engine performance, and sensor readings are displayed on large, flat-panel LCD’s. The Primary Flight Displays (PFD) compliments the Multi-Functional Display (MFD).
G1000 replaces traditional mechanical gyroscopic flight instruments with a super-reliable GRS77 Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS). AHRS provides accurate, digital output and referencing of your aircraft position, rate, vector and acceleration data. It’s even able to restart and properly reference itself while your aircraft is moving.
G1000 also includes the GFC 700, the first entirely new autopilot designed and certified for the 21st century. The GFC 700 is capable of using all data available to G1000 to navigate, including the ability to maintain airspeed references and optimize performance over the entire airspeed envelope.
G1000 seamlessly integrates built-in terrain and navigation databases, providing a clear, concise picture of where you are and where you’re heading. A Jeppesen® database supports onscreen navigation, communication and mapping functions. For safer arrivals and departures, optional ChartView™ — available through Jeppesen’s JeppView™ subscription service — lets you overlay your aircraft’s position on the electronic approach chart to provide a visual crosscheck. Using information from the built-in terrain, U.S. and Canadian obstacles databases, G1000 displays color coding to graphically alert you when proximity conflicts loom ahead. In addition, you can augment G1000 with optional Class-B Terrain Awareness and Warning System (TAWS) for an extra margin of safety in the air.
View your position on taxiways with SafeTaxi®, a built-in database of either U.S. or European airport diagrams. Optional FliteCharts®, an electronic version of the AeroNav U.S. Terminal Procedures Publication, lets you quickly find and view all AeroNav Departure Procedures (DP), Standard Terminal Arrival Routes (STARs), approach charts and airport diagrams on the MFD.
For added visual orientation, optional SVT (Synthetic Vision), and “Pathway”, both installed on this aircraft, recreates a 3-D “virtual reality” database landscape on the pilot and copilot PFDs. Thus, SVT enables you to clearly visualize nearby flight and enroute navigation features — even in solid IFR or nighttime VFR conditions.
“Pathway”, when enabled is displayed on the PFD and will show flight path information in the form of a virtual 3D flight path, composed of rectangular elements which form a tunnel. The depiction of this Pathway is derived from the existing FMS navigation capabilities of the G1000, and the display will be consistent with that of the active flight plan shown on the MFD.
Real-time weather and terrain data ahead of the planned flight route can be accessed via the Broadcast Graphical Weather system. With the optional subscription to XM WX Satellite Weather and the addition of the onboard GDL69A data link receiver, you have access to high resolution weather for the U.S., right in the cockpit. GDL 69 provides NEXRAD, METARs, TAFs, and more that can be laid directly over Jeppesen and topographic map databases.
For the best in “scan-your-own” weather analysis, G1000 is interfaced with the Garmin GWX 68™ digital color radar. At 6.5 kilowatts, it packs the power to penetrate serious weather.
With the added Mode S transponder, the G1000 also displays Traffic Information Services (TIS) alerts that identify surrounding air traffic.
Electronic charts are a particularly useful feature: pilots can access airport approach plates, electronic checklists, and digital airport maps which display the real-time position of the aircraft.
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