**Note: Per Garmin, We can only offer this product to experimental aircraft with harness
Packed full of powerful avionics, the GTN 750XI is a fully integrated GPS/NAV/COMM solution. The 6-in.-tall system’s intuitive touchscreen controls and large display give you unprecedented access to high-resolution terrain mapping, graphical flight planning, geo-referenced charting, traffic display, satellite weather and much more.Tap into a new generation of faster, smarter avionics. With more pixels, more processing power, more speed and performance, the GTN 750Xi system brings exciting new growth capabilities to the industry’s premier GPS/Nav/Comm/MFD platform. Visualize your entire flight plan, including holds and approaches on a big 6.9” touch display. High-speed processors cut boot-up time by 50% over earlier GTN models. Fly the approaches you want — from visual glidepaths to LPV, RNAV, ILS and more. It’s interface-friendly with a wide range of existing avionics, autopilots and flight displays. Wirelessly load flight plans and database updates with an optional Connext® link.
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Yes, all GTN 750s are WAAS enabled. We do no provide avionics install services and you will have to go to a certified Garmin installer for the install.
Yes, the GA 35 WAAS GPS antenna is included.
Yes, the GTN 750 can certainly be connected to a Garmin G3X. You would need a GAD 29 to fully give this interface. GAD 29 enables your G3X to incorporate such advanced features as GPS steering, WAAS LPV vertical approach guidance and more. The GPS navigation data is provided to the G3X system via one RS-232 input and one ARINC 429 input for each GTN/GNS unit. The G3X system sends flight data and selected course information back to the GTN 750 via an ARINC 429 output. The G3X system uses an additional ARINC 429 input to receive VOR,localizer, and glideslope deviation from the GTN. The G3X Touch system can also remotely display and control the VHF COM radio, with them being controlled over the GTN 750 or their own front panel panels over the same RS-232 connection as navigation.
Unfortunately we can only sell this over-the-counter to experimental aircraft applications. Only a certified Garmin Install shop can sell and install the certified units into certified aircraft.
Yes, this is possible but you will p/n:10-04520 which is the Skyview ARINC Adapter.
This unit can interface with the GTX345R and the GTN will display traffic and weather from ADS-B IN.
All Garmin avionics products are warranted to be free from defects in materials or workmanship for the earlier of 2 years or 800 flight hours from the date of purchase for new TSO panel-mount products
Unfortunately, it cannot.
It would be best to use the GTX series of transponders that will work with the GTN.
Yes, this includes the mounting rack