Avionics

AEA: Garmin Rolls Out Two New Panel GPS Navigators >>

Although the standalone panel-mount GPS market has appeared moribund for several years, Garmin rippled the pond at the Aircraft Electronics Association show in Palm Springs Monday with the rollout of a pair of new touchscreen, approach-capable navigators, one of which incorporates ADS-B In and Out. The GPS 175—an entry-level IFR-approved GPS navigator--will sell for $4995 and the GNX 375, which adds ADS-B In and Out, will retail for $7995. Both fit the standard 6.25-inch rack width and are 2 inches high, meaning they'll require minimal panel surgery. More

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