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GNS430: IFR Sport/Utility









Don't let the small size (or the small price) fool you: The GNS430 is one serious global navigation tool. With many of the same features of its siblings, this  unit out performs larger, more costly aviation GPS units AS WELL AS SOME FMS SYSTEMS..

Offering pinpoint positioning accuracy and a choice of data bases  that includes airports, navaids, sids, stars , railroads, political boundaries, highways, rivers, lakes and more.  The Garmin GNS430  is - inch for inch and ounce for ounce - one of the most powerful and versatile "personal navigators" ever introduced.

It fits your panel, your personality, your autopilot and your budget.

Measuring only 6.25"W x 2.65"H x 11"D

 As long as you have your personal GPS, you'll always know where you're heading.

In the air, the GNS430  puts a world of information within reach: Situational awareness with COLOR graphics, at a glance.  Airports, VORs, NDBs, intersections, outer markers, final approach fixes, you name it. There's storage for up to 1000 user waypoints and 20 reversible flight plans with up to 31 waypoints per flight plan.

Trip planning aids help you analyze distance, time and fuel requirements for our flight. Compute sunrise and sunset times at your destination. Calculate density altitude before takeoff; true airspeed and winds aloft en route. If the need arises, you can get directions to the nine nearest airports, VORs, NDBs, intersections or users waypoints with the assurance of 2 nearest FSS and ARTCC frequencies..

You can interface the GNS430 with your autopilot, CDI,  Storm Scope WX500,  TCAD, Sandel HSI and more.

THE GNS430 : It's big on features, small in size, and way out front in value.

Components: Standard

Comes with its own CD ROM to learn the operations of the unit in the privacy of your own home or office.

Components: Optional

Entire line of Garmin Products or interface to Just about any new Avionics. Call 208/524-2666 and Ask Andy for the details.

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