Explore the Possibilities
- Advanced flight displays with built-in VFR WAAS GPS
- Primary flight display (PFD) and multifunction display (MFD) capability plus optional highly configurable engine indication system (EIS) display
- Native infrared touchscreen interface seamlessly blends with familiar buttons and knobs
- Available in 10.6" landscape, 7" landscape and 7" portrait display sizes; install up to 4 displays in any combination
- Integrates with other Garmin avionics, allowing seamless control and display of information such as traffic, weather, radios, audio and more
- Features built-in Connext® wireless technology for flight plan transfer and more with select Garmin portables and mobile device apps such as Garmin Pilot™
Designed from the ground up with a native touchscreen interface, G3X Touch flight displays are the smartest, most advanced large-format flight displays we've ever designed (and priced) specifically for experimental/amateur-built aircraft. And the integration and versatility provided by G3X Touch make it easy to create the ideal panel layout for your airplane. It's all enough to make you want to build one — just to have a platform for these amazing displays.
The G3X Touch suite of displays offers incredible installation flexibility. Use any combination of up to 4 of the 10.6" and 7" landscape or 7" portrait displays. These bright, easy-to-read screens are easily configured as PFDs for attitude, airspeed, altitude, heading, vertical speed and more; MFDs with advanced moving map, including terrain, obstacle and traffic alerts, georeferenced FliteCharts® or Jeppesen® ChartView™ charts and SafeTaxi® airport diagrams; or optional EIS.
Each display features a high-resolution screen with infrared touchscreen technology that offers large touchpoints to ensure precise inputs and minimize inadvertent touches, even with gloves. And there's a handy bezel to steady your hand in rough air. Of course, G3X Touch also has 2 familiar concentric knobs and 4 dedicated buttons — for quick access for Nearest, Direct-to, Menu and Back — if that suits your style, too.