Garmin G5

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Electronic Flight Instrument, 80mm More

All-glass Backup or Primary Flight Instrument with Optional Autopilot Capability

  • Bright, sunlight readable 3.5-inch (88.9 mm) LCD color display, sized to fit standard 3-1/8 inch (79.4 mm) instrument cutout
  • Can be used as a standalone flight display or fully integrated, dissimilar backup flight instrument for G3X and G3X Touch or other EFIS glass cockpits
  • Replaces traditional electromechanical backup instruments, combines essential flight information in one easy-to-read display
  • Provides standalone or backup autopilot control, allowing coupled GPS approaches to be flown or continued in the event of a primary display loss
  • In case of aircraft power loss, optional battery backup sustains G5 flight instrument with up to 4 hours of emergency power

Designed by our dedicated “Team X” engineering group specifically for the experimental amateur-built (EAB) and light sport aircraft (LSA) markets, the Garmin G5 electronic flight instrument brings new levels of reliability, affordability, system integration and situational awareness to our G3X™, other EFIS systems or as a standalone primary flight instrument. Replacing traditional mechanical instruments, the G5 can serve as a standalone backup or primary flight instrument for space-saving, all-in-one flight data reference — or as a fully integrated, dissimilar glass primary flight instrument backup for your Garmin G3X or G3X Touch flight displays.

All-in-one, One for All

By combining visual cues and data readouts once scattered across a myriad of instruments, the Garmin G5 electronic display makes flight information easier to scan – so pilots can respond more quickly and intuitively to any inflight situation. The Garmin G5 efficiently consolidates all essential situational reference for aircraft attitude, vertical speed, altitude, airspeed, slip/skid, and baro setting. A built-in GPS receiver and antenna (with an option for external GPS antenna connection) provide a highly accurate ground speed and ground track readout. Better still, the complete G5 unit fits into a single 3-1/8 inch standard instrument cutout, taking up just a fraction of the space and weight previously required by conventional gyro-based instrument displays.

It’s Even Better with G3X

The G5 integrates uniquely with the Garmin G3X and G3X Touch systems to provide even more backup display capability. With G3X system integration, the G5 can provide heading, course deviation, flight director cues, autopilot mode annunciation, turn coordination, glideslope/glidepath, altitude and airspeed bug settings, and more. The G5’s bright, high-resolution QVGA screen lets pilots view all this critical data at a glance. And when teamed with Garmin autopilot servos and the GMC 307 or GMC 305 mode controller interface, the G5 provides a backup or standalone autopilot function. In the event the primary display becomes unavailable, the G5 seamlessly soldiers on, maintaining the majority of autopilot control functions – including the ability to fly coupled GPS approaches. Plus, in the unlikely event that your G3X system’s ADAHRS reference becomes unavailable, the G5 will provide backup attitude information to the G3X displays as well. So, by adding the G5 to your G3X system, you get the benefit of a second attitude source, as well as supplemental flight display and autopilot support.

Standalone Flight Instrument with Autopilot

The G5 may also be installed with a GMC 305 or GMC 307 autopilot control panel and up to 3 GSA 28 smart servos to perform as a standalone flight instrument with integrated autopilot functions. In addition, a Garmin portable GPS such as the aera 660 or aera 795/796 may be connected to the serial port on the G5, enabling the autopilot to couple laterally to the flight plan and vertically to support VNAV descents to pattern altitude. Other lateral and vertical autopilot modes selectable from the GMC 305 or GMC 307 include heading, pitch, roll, altitude hold, vertical speed hold, and airspeed hold. Even the control panel’s level (LVL) mode button is supported to engage the autopilot and restore the aircraft to level flight at the press of a button.

More Power in Reserve

For the ultimate “get home” option, the Garmin G5 is available with a potent lithium-ion battery, which can provide up to 4 hours of emergency operation, should your aircraft ever lose power to the avionics. And if you use one of our aera® series aviation portables as a backup, you can fly with battery-powered moving map navigation guidance – as well as the G5’s flight display information – to make that aircraft electronics outage virtually a non-event.

Specifications

  • Electrical: 14 or 28 VDC aircraft power
  • Unit size: 3.4"W x 3.6"H x 3.6"D (86.9 x 91.4 x 91.4 mm)
  • Weight: 10.0 oz (283.5 g), unit; 5.0 oz (141.8 g) battery (optional)
  • Display size: 3.5" diagonal (88.9 mm diagonal)
  • Display resolution: 320 x 240 pixels (QVGA), LED backlit color LCD
  • Receiver: High-sensitivity GPS
  • Maximum indicated airspeed: 300 kts
  • Altitude range: -1,400 – +30,000 feet
  • Vertical speed range: ± 20,000 feet/minute
  • Pitch/roll range: ±360°
  • Backup battery (optional): Rechargeable lithium-ion
  • Battery life: Up to 4 hours
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What autopilot interface does the Garmin G5 have?

As of June 2017, the Garmin G5 (all versions) do not have the ability to interface to an autopilot.


Can I replace my standby attitude indicator on my G1000 with the Garmin G5?

As of June 2017, the G5 has not been approved as the standby instrument in the G1000 cockpit.


Can the Garmin G5 be used as the primary attitude indicator in an aircraft?

The G5 electronic instrument is capable of operating as a primary attitude indicator, DG or HSI.

The STC approves the installation of the G5 in an existing instrument panel. In the attitude application, the G5 can replace an existing vacuum attitude indicator or rate-of-turn indicator. The G5 can also replace existing vacuum driven DGs or existing HSI, either standalone or in combination with a G5 attitude display. 

The G5 is designed to be installed into a standard 3” instrument hole in place of existing indicators . Other primary flight instruments remain in their current approved locations. Please note that the G5 cannot replace an existing primary attitude indicator that has a Flight Director. However, if the existing attitude indicator is interfaced to the autopilot and it does not include Flight Director, the existing attitude indicator can be moved to the rate of turn indicator location and G5 installed as the primary attitude indicator. Also, for installations that do not install a G5 as the replacement primary attitude indicator, the G5 can be installed as a second attitude indicator in place of the existing rate of turn indicator. However, if the existing rate of turn indicator is interfaced with the autopilot, it cannot be replaced by a G5. The G5 can only be installed in the locations specified in the STC. It is an installer’s responsibility to ensure the installation limitations are considered prior to modifying an aircraft.


Is the Garmin G5 a replacement for the King KI-256?

As of September 2017, the Garmin G5 electronic flight instrument is not a replacement for the KI-256 flight command indicator. 

The DG/HSI version of the G5 can interface to a variety of autopilots such as the King KFC-150/200 to provide heading and course error to the autopilot.  The G5 can interface to select autopilots for coupled flight in heading and nav modes with a compatible navigation source.

well.  The KI-256 is not simply an attitude gyro/indicator.  It supplies attitude data to KFC autopilots and is a flight director as well.


What nav radios will interface to the Garmin G5?

For the G5 DG/HSI version with nav interface (PN K10-00280-30), only Garmin nav/GPS radios will interface to the G5.  This includes the Garmin GNC-255 series, SL30, GNS-430/530 series, and GTN-650/750 series navigators.


Why is the G5 certified as a primary instrument but not as a backup for the G500/600?

The current G5 STC relies on standard scan instruments being installed to assist in the unlikely event of a G5 failure. The certification requirements for primary vs. standby are different and rely on EFIS certifications. Also, the G5 is a PMA approved part not a TSO approved part.