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PRODUCTS - MAINTENANCE REPAIR AND OVERHAUL Garmin Offers Comprehensive Solution Glass Cockpits BY RON WHITNEY


There are a wide variety of Glass Cockpit solutions available to helicopter operators these days.


which meets your specific needs, and fits your budget, may seem like a daunting task. Bottom line, you want to select the unit which meets your operational needs, is fairly easy to operate, and is designed to be expandable.


THE GARMIN G1000H Initially designed and produced for installation in


fixed wing aircraft. The G1000H is a fully integrated sys- tem, which meets, and exceeds the requirements of FAR Part 27. “The G1000H is a highly flexible and scalable


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advances so quickly; by the time you finally get comfort- able operating one system another comes along which has even more bells, whistles and capability.


Selecting one,


solution designed to fit a broad range of helicopter manu- facturers panels and configurations,” said Gary Kelley, Garmin’s Vice-President of marketing. “It brings an unprecedented level of safety, simplicity, and situational awareness within reach of new helicopter buyers.”


THE FEATURES The most interesting design feature of the G1000H is


its flexibility. Combining virtually all flight data, sensor, and instrumentation data presented on the pilot’s primary flight display (PFD) and multi-function display (MFD). This system can be tailored to nearly any helicopter panel installation. Either the standard 10-inch or 12-inch LCD display will accommodate typical installations. Or, there is an optional 15-inch MFD available as well. And more….


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