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|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:||4.5mV||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:||10 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.|
|011-01060-00||WAAS GPS/Nav/Comm, Black|
|011-01060-10||WAAS GPS/Nav/Comm, Gray|
|011-01060-40||Black, an Upgrade of the non-WAAS unit|
|011-01060-45||Black, 28 VDC Upgrade Unit|
|011-01060-50||Gray, an Upgrade of the non-WAAS unit|
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Garmin has provided Service Advisory 2051 for general recommendations, materials, and supplies to clean and disinfect Garmin products. Otherwise, not following the recommendations could void the warranty.
The KLN-94 is not a WAAS GPS, nor is it upgradeable to one. We recommend the KT-74, but if you decide to upgrade to a GPS400W or GNS430W, then you would want to go with a GTX-330.
The WAAS systems have the same capabilities as the 400/500 systems plus more. With the WAAS signal being acquired, the GPS can give vertical guidance to a runway similar to an ILS glide slope indication. The WAAS units have added display capability when connected to our GDL-69/A XM Satellite weather/radio receiver. They also have additional ARINC 424 leg types to guide a compatible autopilot through procedure turns and published holds.
An altimeter does not measure altitude on the Garmin GPS device. The altimeter in the aircraft measures air pressure. The altimeter is calibrated to display a certain change in altitude based on a change in air pressure. For every inch of mercury pressure change, the altimeter displays a change of approx. 1000 ft. of altitude. The GPS does not use air pressure to determine altitude and is not subject to the pressure errors in determining altitude. Therefore, the GPS derived altitude is almost always more accurate than an altimeter. Since everyone uses a pressure-based system to determine altitude, it is integral to utilize a pressure sensitive altimeter to ensure required vertical separation.
The GTN 650 is a replacement for the GNS-430W. You can compare the two units here
See this PDF document for a detailed listing of currently available IFR GPS systems and a brief comparison.
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.