SVT Comes Standard
A scaled version of our SVT comes pre-installed on G600. Using sophisticated graphics modeling to create a 3-D topographic landscape from G600’s terrain alerting database, SVT provides a “virtual reality” perspective view of ground and water features, obstacles and optional traffic — all shown in relative proximity to your aircraft. So, rather than looking at the PFD, you’ll have a sense of looking through it, to “see” what lies beyond the nose of your aircraft. SVT clearly enhances your view of primary flight data by giving it a realistic visual frame of reference — especially in solid IFR or nighttime/marginal VFR conditions.
Enhance Situational Awareness
Augment G600 with optional Class-B TAWS (Terrain Awareness and Warning System) and radar altimeter (like the all-digital ) for an extra margin of safety in the air. A trial version of our geo-referenced FliteCharts® approach plates for the U.S., Canada or Europe come pre-installed on G600 (the charts will disable when data is more than 6 months out-of-date).
Optional Jeppesen-style ChartView™ instrument approach plates and airport surface charts (available through the JeppView™ service) enable you to overlay your aircraft’s position on the MFD approach display. FBO, ground transportation, lodging and other facility information for most U.S. airports are also available through preloaded AOPA Airport Directory Data. When flying internationally, opt for global AC-U-KWIK airport directory data instead. Plus, built-in U.S., Canada or Europe SafeTaxi® diagrams allow you to confidently navigate taxiways. Smart Airspace conveniently highlights the airspace nearest your current altitude and de-emphasizes non-pertinent airspace so you can quickly identify their location relative to your flight path, while WireAware incorporates wire-strike avoidance technology to graphically overlay power line locations and altitude information on the moving map.
Keep Your Existing Equipment
G600 was designed to interface with and display data from a range of equipment, including avionics, radios, navigators and audio panels. You can even use the G600 for cockpit control/display of heading, course and navigation source inputs for autopilots, as well as autopilot mode annunciations with variants of the KFC 275/325 and KFC 225. What’s more, with the optional , you can have the same ultra-reliable digital AHRS data driving the G500 display to serve as your autopilot’s primary attitude reference. This typically eliminates the need to retain a gyro-mechanical ADI. The adds even more capabilities that can further reduce pilot workload and enhance safety, including altitude preselector and vertical speed control, as well as DME distance, synchro ADF, marker beacon lamps and analog altimeter indicators right on the display.
A Smarter Way to Retrofit
Whether you fly a typical GA piston single or twin, or even a larger Class 3 aircraft (piston or turbine aircraft between 6,000 lbs and 12,500 lbs MTOW), G600 is the perfect retrofit option. With Supplemental Type Certification (STC) provided under an FAA Approved Model List, we offer detailed G600 installation specs for nearly 800 models of aircraft.
- Dual 6.5" diagonal color LCD
- RGB backlighting technology
- High resolution 640 x 480 VGA (921,600 RGB dots)
- 65,536 simultaneous colors
- Direct sunlight readable
- Auto, manual or lighting bus inputs for dimming
- 6.7" high
- 10" wide
- 3.25" deep
- 6.4 lbs
- 10-40 VDC, reverse polarity protected
- 55 W typical
- -20C to +55C operating temp
- -55C to +85C storage temp
- 2 degrees C per minute temp variation
- 95% at 50C humidity
- Display equipment tested to 55,000 ft max altitude
- Internal cooling, external cooling not required