GNS-430AW 011-01061-40

Garmin - WAAS GPS/NAV/COM (28v/16w)
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GNS-430AW
FEATURES
  • Complies with WAAS TSO C146a
  • 28 VDC Unit with 16w COM transmitter
  • Terrain database for terrain awareness is standard
  • WAAS GPS receiver allows for primary naviagation and vertical guidance for LPV, L/VNAV, and LNAV+V approaches
  • Combines 16 watt VHF communications transceiver, VHF navigation and UHF glideslope receivers, 12-channel GPS receiver with color moving map
  • WAAS and LAAS compatible GPS receiver
  • 760 channel VHF comm with 25khz spacing; software configurable for 2280 channels (8.33 kHz spacing) for Europe
  • Provides both course deviation and optional roll steering outputs to aircraft flight guidance systems which will enable ARINC 424 lateral guidance procedures including IFR arrivals, departures and approaches
  • Automatically will nominate appropriate VOR and localizer frequencies for VHF navaid
  • Sends correct ATIS, approach, clearance, tower or ground control frequency to the comm radio at the touch of a button
  • 16-color, active-matrix LCD measuring approximately 2" high and 3" wide with a resolution of 128 by 240 pixels
  • Cartographic database displays geopolitical boundaries, federal interstate highways, state routes, major local thoroughfares, plus railroads, rivers, coastlines and lakes
  • Can be interfaced to main indicators such as KI-202/203/204/206/208/208A/209/209A
  • Can be interface to Bendix/King RMI units such as KI-229 and KNI-582
  • Can tune most panel mount DME and remote mount DME units
  • Interaces to ARINC 429 EFIS systems such as Sandel SN3308 and Bendix/King EFIS 40 & 50
  • RS-232 and RS-422 serial ports for interfacing
  • ARINC 429 digital output (GAMA standard) for left/right analog course deviation, ng, encoded or greycode altitude, and basic fuel flow sensor links
  • Fuel Flow page configurable to allow for simultaneous display of left and right engine fuel flows
  • ARINC 429 digital output compatible with some autopilots which can accept ARINC 429 roll-steering information
  • ARINC 429 output data can be used with digital to analog adapter such as Allied Signal KA-90 to produce roll-steering signal used by autopilots systems requiring analog signal
  • Accepts RS-232 fuel flow data from external sources
  • 28 Volt or 14 Volt operation
  • TSO'd
  • Interfaces to BF Goodrich WX-500 Weather Mapping Sensor and Skywatch Traffic Advisory System for combined moving map display with nav data and weather/traffic information
  • Interfaces to Ryan 9900B / 9900BX TCAD and Goodrich Skywatch to display traffic information
SPECIFICATIONS
Coverage: Americas or International Airports: Identifier, city/state, country, facility name, lat/long elevation, fuel service, control, approach information
VORs: Identifier, city/state, country, facility name, lat/long, frequency, co-located DME/TACAN, magnetic variation, weather broadcast NDBs: Identifer, city/state, country, facility name, lat/long, frequency, weather broadcast
Intersections: Identifier, country, lat/long, nearest VOR Frequencies: Approach, arrival, control area, departure, Class B, Class C, TMA, TRSA-with sector, altitude and text usage info, also, ASOS, ATIS, AWOS, center, clearance delivery, ground, pre-taxi, tower, unicom, localizer and ILS
Runways: Designation, length, width, surface, lighting, pilot-controlled lighting freq. FSS: Identifier, reference VOR, freq. usage
ARTCC: Identifier, freq. usage MSA: Minimum safe altitude along and in proximity to active flight plan
Approaches: Non-precision and precision approaches throughtout the database coverage SIDs/STARs: Contains all pilot-nav SIDs and STARs
Waypoints: 1000 user-defined Flight Plans: 20 reversible; up to 31 waypoints each
Emergency Search: 9 nearest airports, VOR's, NDB's, intersections, or user waypoints; 2 nearest FSS with frequncies; 2 nearest ARTCC frequencies Alarms: Arrival and CDI, timers, SUAs less than 10 min, 2NM and insude SUA
Receiver: PhaseTrac12, 12 parallel channel receiver, simultaneously tracks and uses up to 12 satellites Acquisition Time: 12 seconds (warm), 45 seconds (cold)
Update Rate: 1/second, continuous Accuracy: 15 meters (49 feet) RMS, 1.5 meters with differential corrections
Nav Features: Pilot-defined Course Selection and Waypoint Hold, Closest Point of Approach, Departure and Arrival Frequencies, Approach Navigation using published approach procedures stored on NavData card, Terminal Navigation using SIDs/STARs from NavData card Planning Features: True Airspeed, Density Altitude, Winds Aloft, RAIM Availability, Sunrise/Sunset Times, Trip and Fuel Planning, Vertical Navigation (VNAV)
Interfaces: ARINC 429, Aviation RS-232, CDI/HSI, RMI (digital: clock/data), Superflag Out, altitude (serial: Icarus, Shadin-Rosetta, encoded Gillham/Greycode), fuel sensor, fuel/air data Map Datums: 124 predefined, 1 user defined
VOR Freq. Range: 108.00 MHz to 117.95 MHz VOR/LOC Composite: 0.50Vrms/0.35Vrms
CDI Output: +-150mV Full Scale Centering Accuracy: +-2.0 deg.
Flag Sensitivity: -103.5 dBm DME Channeling: 2x5 available
Audio Sensitivity: -103.5 dBm for 6 dB S/N with 1 kHz 30% mod. VOR Audio Output: -103.5 mW minimum into 500 ohm load; external amplifier required
GS Freq. Range: 329.15 MHz to 335.00 MHz GS CDI Output: +-150mV Full Scale
LOC Freq. Range: 108.10 MHz to 111.95 MHz LOC CDI Output: +-150mV Full Scale
LOC Accuracy: LOC Flag Sens.: -103.5 dBm
Size: 6.25"W x 2.65H x 11.0"L Weight: 6.6 lbs.
Display: Color LCD Power: 14/28 VDC
Certification: GPS: TSO C129a, Class A1 (en route, terminal, and approach) VOR: TSO C40c LOC: TSO C36c GS: TSO C34e VHF COM: TSO C37d, Class 4 and 6 (transmit) and TSO C38d, Class C and E (receiver) VHF Frequency Range: 118.000 MHz to 136.976 MHz
Comm Transmit Power: 16 watts min. Comm Modulation: 70%
Receiver Sensitivity: 2.0 microvolts for 6dB S/N with 1 kHz 30% mod. Comm Channels: 760 (25 Khz spacing); configuration for 2280 channels (8.33 kHz spacing) also provided
Frequency Display: Upper left corner of active matrix LCD, 2-lines with active freq. above standby Squelch Sensitivity: 2.0 microvolts typical
Audio Output: 100mW min. into a 500 ohm load; external amp required Temperature: -20 to +55C operating
Humidity: 95% non-condensing Altitude Range: -1500 ft. to 50000 ft.
Part Number GPS Nav/Comm Description:
010-00413-01 Black
010-00413-11 Gray
011-01061-00 Black
011-01061-10 Gray
011-01061-40 Black, an upgrade of the non-WAAS unit
011-01061-50 Gray, an upgrade of the non-WAAS unit

 

010-00413-01
- WAAS GPS/NAV/COM (28v/16w)
Price Condition Delivery
CALL OR RFQ CALL OR RFQ CALL OR RFQ

SEA Repair Capabilities: No

010-00413-11
- WAAS GPS/Nav/Comm (16 watt)
Price Condition Delivery
CALL OR RFQ CALL OR RFQ CALL OR RFQ

SEA Repair Capabilities: No

011-01061-40
- WAAS GPS/Nav/Comm (Black, 16W, Upg unit)
Price Condition Delivery
$8,950.00 SV OUTRIGHT IN STOCK
$1,795.00 SV EXCHANGE IN STOCK

SEA Repair Capabilities: Yes

Click on a question below to see the answer. If you have a question about this model that is not answered below, please contact questions@seaerospace.com

The 400/500W units with WAAS capability offer many new features and enhancements over the classic models. Some enhancements include WAAS enable GPS antenna, receiver, and software. The 400W/500W series units comply with WAAS TSO C146a and include hardware upgrades with a faster micro-processor. A terrain database for terrain awareness is included a standard feature. Most importantly, the WAAS GPS receiver allows pilots to use the GNS-400W/500W units for primary navigation and vertical guidance for LPV, L/VNAV, and LNAV+V approaches.

For a complete summary of the feature changes and enhancements, click Here.
In short, WAAS approach-capable GPS units provide lateral and vertical guidance to many airports that have never had a precision approach. As of Feb. 2007, there are 640 GPS-based LPV approaches with minimums as low as 200 feet and 1/2 mile visibility. There are also over 1000 LNAV/VNAV approaches that provide vertical guidance with WAAS capable GPS units. There are also 1000s of other approaches with advisory vertical guidance. More and more approaches are being added each month.
Yes, some are noticeable and some are minor. The WAAS upgrade to the GNS-400/500 series units WAAS upgrade includes a faster 5Htz update rate on the GPS signal. Therefore, the GPS receiver in the unit is extracting GPS information 5 times per second instead of 1 time per second as with original units.

If the terrain advisory feature is installed on the 400/500 series unit, then the terrain information will have a higher resolution.

When the GDL69 datalink is interfaced to the WAAS upgraded units, the weather will cover the entire USA instead of just 250 miles. METARS are included in the waypoint section making it easier to see weather information for a particular destination. Installations using the GDL69A with music will now be able to view the title and artist name on the GNS display.

Lastly, the WAAS upgrade provides the ability to fly curved flight paths with a roll steering autopilot for pilots who wish to utilize DME arcs or full approaches.

The WAAS upgrade for the GNS-400/500 series units is not a 'plug and play' upgrade. There are several installation, certification, and operational subjects that must be adhered to before a proper WAAS upgrade can be completed.

For aircraft with dual GNS-400/500 series units, both units must be upgraded for the crossfill function to operate. A WAAS upgraded 400/500 series unit will not crossfill to a non-WAAS 400/500 series unit.

One subject that many people upgrading to WAAS may overlook involves the GPS navigators distance from the pilot's primary field of view. The original GNS-400/500 series installation guidelines only provided general suggested guidelines for the distance of the unit from the pilot's primary view. Page 2- of the WAAS GNS-400/500 installation instructions is very specific in regards to the suggested guidelines for this distance. The left edge of the GNS unit should be no more than 11.8 inches from the centerline of the pilot's field of view. The 500 series units allow 12.1 inches. Vertically, the top of the GNS unit cannot be lower than the bottom edge of the primary flight instruments. If these measurements are exceeded then an additional annunciator may need to be installed near the pilot's primary field of view.

There are several wiring changes that need to be made to make the Bendix King KAP-140 / KFC-225 autopilots and original Sandel SN3308 EHSI completely compatible with the WAAS upgraded units. Certain features regarding proper navigation deviation will not function properly unless wiring changes are made in the aircraft. In addition, aircraft with more recent glass cockpit technology (e.g. EX5000 and G1000) have not been completely addressed for the WAAS upgrades.

In order to ensure that you receive the most accurate and realistic quotation for this WAAS upgrade, we strongly suggest that you contact our Installation Department for further assistance.

Yes, but please note the following considerations.

For the S-Tec System 20 or 40, these systems are roll axis only. However, if equipped with a GPSS converter, these systems will follow the lateral steering commands from the GPS for a WAAS approach. Vertical guidance is pilot controlled.

For the S-Tec System 30 or 50, these systems are roll axis and altitude hold only. However, with a GPSS converter, these systems will follow the lateral steering commands from the GPS for a WAAS approach. Vertical guidance is pilot controlled.

For the Systems 55, 55X, 60-2, 60PSS, or 65, these systems will track the lateral deviation from the GPS navigator in the Approach (APR) mode and the vertical deviation in the Glideslope (GS) mode. If you are using a 55X or other autopilot systems equipped with a GPSS converter, they will not couple to a WAAS approach in GPSS mode. To follow both the vertical and horizontal deviations of a WAAS approach, the autopilot must be in Approach (APR) mode and Glideslope (GS) mode. The 60PSS system is pitch axis only and will follow the vertical deviation in Glideslope (GS) mode.
Under certain conditions, the Garmin 400W/500W series units will not provide serial heading information to the L3 WX-500 Stormscope. Even if the WX-500 unit is wired for synchro heading, there may be issues with the WX-500, GDL-69 datalink, and crossfill between two Garmin units. Also, some issues have been encountered with the COM flip/flop key not switching between the active and standby frequencies. As of 8/20/07, Garmin plans to resolve these issue with the next software release. The software upgrade should be able to be completed at your local Garmin authorized facility.
At this time, the Garmin 400W/500W series WAAS units are approved for interface to the following EFIS systems:

Honeywell EFIS 40/50 with the SG 465 symbol generator with the following limitation: No vertical guidance is provided for GPS approaches.

Sandel SN3308 with the following limitation: GPS lateral and vertical guidance is provided using the analog interface.

Sandel SN3500 with the following limitation: Vertical guidance is provided for GPS approaches.

This is specified in the latest Garmin 400W series installation manual P/N 190-00356-02 Rev. C, dated April 2007.

For handheld GPS receivers, database updates can be ordered and downloaded directly through Garmin's Internet site.

For panel mount GPS receivers, all database cards and computer downloads (if applicable) must be ordered through Jeppesen. Contact Jeppesen at www.jeppesen.com for more information.

The Garmin GNS400/500 series units require setup and configuration before proper function and use. The system does not utilize a configuration module to allow easy removal and replacement of units while retaining the programmed configuration information. Therefore, if you are exchanging units in an aircraft, then you must have record of the configuration parameters to reprogram into the replacement unit.
There is some confusion in the avionics industry relating to the various terms used for terrain awareness, terrain advisory, and terrain alerting systems. Not all terrain systems are certified to Class A or B TAWS standards specified in FAA TSO C147b. If a terrain system is certified and approved to FAA TAWS standards, then the manufacturer will specifically use the term "TAWS" and/or "Class A/B TAWS". In most if not all cases, the term "terrain advisory" should not be understood to indicate "TAWS" or imply the product meets TSO C147b.
Newly Overhauled parts obtained from Garmin are designated with an N in their part number. This usually follows the 010- in the part number. As with most Garmin 010 part numbers, the N part numbers are for ordering purposes only and do not actually appear on the dataplate of the unit.
No, Garmin does not offer an upgrade to incorporate the 16 watt comm. (i.e. "A" version) into the GNS-430/530 and GNS-430W/530W units.