Three displays are available, offering flexibility for panel configurations, including a 10.6″ display, and two versions of 7″ displays, in portrait and landscape orientations.
The 10.6″ display can operate as a primary flight display (PFD), multi-function display (MFD) and optional integrated EIS in a customized package, while the 7″ portrait display can be dedicated to any one of those functions, according to Garmin officials. The 7″ landscape display is available exclusively as a dedicated EIS solution, officials note.
The G500 TXi system is intended for Part 23 Class I/II aircraft under 6,000 pounds and the G600 TXi flight displays are intended for Class III aircraft that weigh up to 12,500 pounds.
The TXi family incorporates a touchscreen design with processors that support improved map and chart rendering, faster panning and single-finger zoom and pinch-to-zoom gestures, according to Garmin officials.
Through any combination of the touchscreen or dual concentric knobs, pilots can view flight information at a glance, officials note.
The user interface also is harmonious with multiple Garmin products, such as the GTN 650/750 touchscreen navigators.
Customers with existing G500/G600 installations also have the option to upgrade their system to TXi.
7″ display: Starting at $11,995
10.6″ display: Starting at $15,995
Addition of EIS to a G500 TXi flight display starting at $4,995
7″ display: Starting at 18,995
10.6″ display: Starting at $24,995
Standalone EIS TXi
Starting at $17,935