Designed as a backup flight instrument and independent autopilot control in one, the Mini provides independent attitude indication as well as pitot-static flight instrumentation.
All three Mini models feature standard internal 5 Hz GPS for navigation, a backup battery option, and a 1200-nit 4.3-inch LCD screen.
The Mini comes in three models, ranging in price from $995 to $2,100.
The Mini-B is the most basic model, intended as a simple backup flight instrument for IFR operations, and is being offered at an introductory price of $995 through the end of April.
The Mini-X, which company officials say would be suitable for a stand-alone primary flight display in aircraft with limited panel space, adds 10-mile synthetic vision, basic GRT autopilot controls, and the option for a remote compass and moving map/HSI.
In addition to the features of the Mini-X, the Mini-AP offers ARINC-429 capability for vertical autopilot guidance coupled to IFR approach-certified GPS navigation systems. When combined with a pair of GRT digital autopilot servos, the Mini-AP is a stand-alone fully-featured autopilot and precision backup flight instrument in one, company officials said.
The Mini is in final stages of testing this week.