Garmin GNX 375 WAAS IFR GPS w/ ADS-B Transponder
Part of the “2 inch navigator series” made up of the GPS 175, GNC 355, and GNX 375, Garmin’s GNX 375 is quite possibly one of the most feature packed all-in-one solutions Garmin has to offer. At a relatively low cost, aircraft owners can install a GNX 375 in an older VFR airframe. And when paired with a CDI indicator, EFIS display, or PFD, and an autopilot system, an owner can easily upgrade a VFR airframe with some heavy hitting IFR technology at the ready. Like its big siblings the GTN navigators, the GNX 375 offers a high-precision WAAS based GPS receiver with cross county VFR and IFR flight planning capability along with GPS-based Localizer Performance with Vertical Guidance (LPV) approaches that can take you down to minimums in the soup, while hand flying or coupled to an autopilot.
This GPS technology is paired with an ADS-B IN/OUT 1090ES transponder that not only makes you ADS-B compliant, but the FIS-B Weather and ADS-B Traffic data it receives can be displayed on the GNX screen, GI 275s, and compatible electronic flight bag (EFB) apps like Garmin Pilot or ForeFlight over the Garmin Connext bluetooth interface. The built-in CONNEXT interface offers tablets and cellphones running compatible software to not only get FIS-B WX, ADS-B traffic, backup AHRS to provide GPS position and synthetic vision, but also the ability to natively sync and manage flight plan data bi-directionally enroute without needing to do much on the smaller 2″ GNX screen itself.
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