G600 TXi glass touchscreen replace the old-style, maintenanceprone mechanical gyros in your system. Available in 7” portrait or landscape orientations, as well as in a larger 10.6” landscape format, TXi display offer a variety of configurations to fit your panel and budget. The 10.6” display offer pilot-selectable split-screen capability to accommodate primary flight (PFD) information and a multi-function display (MFD) within the same unit, and optional EIS engine and fuel flow readouts can also be viewed in a vertical strip alongside the PFD/MFD information. The 7” portrait format can be dedicated to PFD, MFD or EIS display. And the 7” landscape format is configured to provide a dedicated, standalone EIS display.
The variety of TXi screen sizes and display orientations can support over 25 different approved cockpit configurations. And each display offers the capability to have a built-in attitude/heading reference (AHRS) along with an air data computer (ADC) module integrated on the back of the display. For aircraft already equipped with legacy G500/G600 series flight displays, full TXi compatibility with existing system sensors makes for an easy, cost-effective upgrade path.
Stand-alone or Integrated Engine Information
Whether it’s integrated in a split-screen view on the 10.6” display or shown on a dedicated 7” display, engine and fuel monitoring data is easy to access and interpret with G600 TXi. The optional EIS is compatible with most popular Lycoming or Continental 4- to 6-cylinder engines (whether normally aspirated or turbocharged) and can provide support for both single- and twin-engine aircraft. Prominent engine gauges on the display provide real-time indications and support for lean assist mode, pilot advisories and more — enabling you to optimize fuel economy while maintaining high efficiency and performance from your engine.
To help maintain control over aircraft maintenance and operating costs, built-in engine data logging capability is included with the EIS options. When the EIS system is paired with a GTN 650/750 and Flight Stream 510 wireless gateway, aircraft’s engine performance, trend and exceedance data will be automatically logged and downloaded to the Garmin Pilot™ app running on compatible tablet or smartphone and made available for viewing on flyGarmin.com. In addition to wireless transfer, this engine data can also be logged and stored on an SD card within a TXi display. By either means, this recorded data can be retrieved and used by pilot or aircraft service technicians to identify performance issues or maintenance needs in time to help avert more costly repairs later.
Brighter, Faster, Easier, Better
Leveraging the experience gained in designing and fielding thousands of integrated flight displays, Garmin engineers built the TXi series from the ground up – with an intuitive menu interface that lets use familiar knobs and/or touchscreen inputs to quickly access the functions, screen views and other flight information pilot want to see. Powerful dual-core processors boost the system’s graphical display capabilities — with fast zooming, panning and map rendering. Garmin SVT™ synthetic vision (optonal on G500 TXi, and standard on G600 TXi) enables a 3-D “virtual reality” landscape to be integrated on the PFD. Plus, modernized fonts and backlighting offer improved readability and increased display clarity to help lighten inflight visual workload.
To provide even more situational awareness, TXi puts an MFD-like perspective map view within the HSI portion of primary flight display. In addition to the geographical map, the HSI map view can also support the overlay of datalink weather from ADS-B and SiriusXM® datalinks¹ as well as Connext datalink weather. Additional overlays include SafeTaxi® airport diagrams, traffic, terrain alerting, and more. HSI map control and onscreen navigation are a snap, thanks to a Garmin innovation that lets zoom in or out on the map, using a single-finger swipe gesture.
High-level Avionics Integration
G600 TXi were designed to interface with a wide range of avionics equipment, including popular autopilots and flight directors. Pilot can use TXi touchscreens for control/display of heading, course and navigation source inputs, as well as autopilot mode annunciations and more (with compatible inputs). As an option, separate dedicated mode controllers are also available to provide continuity with the autopilot system installed in the aircraft. G600 TXi also offers advanced integration capability with GTN series navigators, providing full touchscreen continuity between the navigation, communication and flight display functions in your panel.