With the introduction of the GTX 327 solid-state Mode C digital transponder, GARMIN revolutionizes a part of the panel that has been long overlooked. This full-featured, TSO certified transponder brings a unique level of functionality and utility to your airplane. Its solid-state transmitter provides 200 watts nominal power output and eliminates the need for a cavity tube which, when it fails, will be expensive to replace. And since the GTX 327's design is 100 percent solid state, there's lower power consumption, much lower heat emission, and no warm up time—all of which translates into a longer service life.
Some of the GTX 327's biggest features are the easiest to see. Among them, the easy-reading DSTN Liquid Crystal Display which reverses the numbers out of black for optimal viewing. The numeric keypad makes entering a squawk code a snap, and a dedicated VFR button allows for quick-and-easy 1200/VFR squawking. The GTX 327 also offers important timing and display functions such as flight time and count-up and count-down timers, as well as current pressure altitude.Together, these features represent a whole new standard in transponder utility.
What a AWESOME addition to their product line.
Mode S & Mode C
Most important is the fact that it can down link to your GNS430 or GNS530
Traffic info from Center in terminal areas. Just imagine seeing all the aircraft in your terminal area on your screen
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GARMIN introduces the GTX 320A, a full-featured, compact, panel-mounted, Class 1A transponder. The GTX 320A’s solid-state transmitter provides 200 watts nominal power output, eliminating the need for a cavity tube that can degrade with time, fail, or require expensive replacement. One hundred percent solid state also means no warm-up time, reduced power consumption, and heat for longer service life. Extensive utilization of surface-mount technology provides shallow depth and reduced weight which simplifies installation in the tightest spaces. The GTX 320A will operate at 14 or 28 volts without the requirement for external voltage converters or dropping resistors.
The GTX 320A fits into existing installations of select Narco and King transponders using optional adapters for simple, cost-effective upgrading. A modular design allows for ease of serviceability and simple, standard, four-knob tuning. Also included is an extensive one-year warranty. The GTX 320A transponder — another high-value, compact, reliable product from the avionics industry innovator: GARMIN.