FEATURES

  • The GNS-430 has been replaced by the GNS-430W with WAAS capabilities
  • Combines 10 watt VHF communications transceiver, VHF navigation and UHF glideslope receivers, 12-channel GPS receiver with color moving map
  • 760 channel VHF comm with 25khz spacing; software configurable for 2280 channels (8.33 kHz spacing) for Europe
  • Provides both course deviation and optional roll steering outputs to aircraft flight guidance systems which will enable ARINC 424 lateral guidance procedures including IFR arrivals, departures and approaches
  • Automatically will nominate appropriate VOR and localizer frequencies for VHF navaid
  • Sends correct ATIS, approach, clearance, tower or ground control frequency to the comm radio at the touch of a button
  • 16-color, active-matrix LCD measuring approximately 2″ high and 3″ wide with a resolution of 128 by 240 pixels
  • Cartographic database displays geopolitical boundaries, federal interstate highways, state routes, major local thoroughfares, plus railroads, rivers, coastlines and lakes
  • Can be interfaced to main indicators such as KI-202/203/204/206/208/208A/209/209A as well as KPI-552/553A (see interconnect diagram)
  • Can be interface to Bendix/King RMI units such as KI-229 and KNI-582
  • Can tune most panel mount DME and remote mount DME units
  • Interaces to ARINC 429 EFIS systems such as Sandel SN3308 and Bendix/King EFIS 40 & 50
  • RS-232 and RS-422 serial ports for interfacing
  • ARINC 429 digital output (GAMA standard) for left/right analog course deviation, ng, encoded or greycode altitude, and basic fuel flow sensor links
  • Fuel Flow page configurable to allow for simultaneous display of left and right engine fuel flows
  • ARINC 429 digital output compatible with some autopilots which can accept ARINC 429 roll-steering information
  • ARINC 429 output data can be used with digital to analog adapter such as Allied Signal KA-90 to produce roll-steering signal used by autopilots systems requiring analog signal
  • Accepts RS-232 fuel flow data from external sources
  • 28 Volt or 14 Volt operation
  • TSO’d
  • Interfaces to BF Goodrich WX-500 Weather Mapping Sensor and Skywatch Traffic Advisory System for combined moving map display with nav data and weather/traffic information
  • Interfaces to Ryan 9900B / 9900BX TCAD and Goodrich Skywatch to display traffic information
  • XM WX satellite weather service via GDL 69
  • Per Garmin, effective September 30, 2010: the GNS-430 28V (Catalog P/Ns: 010-00139-00/01) will no longer be repaired due to parts availability issues

**Click Here to download the GNS-430 Pilots Guide

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