G3000 Avionics System – Garmin
Features three 14-inch-diagonals, high-resolution flight
displays with split-screen capability and two touch-screen control/display panels. Included with the
system are dual VHF communication and navigation transceivers; single Distance Measuring
Equipment (DME) unit; dual Mode S diversity transponders with ADS-B Out capability; dual,
integrated Flight Management Systems (FMS) with GPS/WAAS/EGNOS and DME positioning;
TCAS I; integrated Class B Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS); dual Attitude Heading
Reference Systems (AHRS) and Safe Taxi.
Onboard Diagnostics – Garmin
The G3000 system records aircraft avionics, engine, and systems
data during flight for subsequent review and analysis by maintenance technicians after landing.
Recorded information may be accessed on the ground via maintenance pages on the MFD or
downloaded from the aircraft via flash memory card. With the addition of option 675 or 675A,
troubleshooting information can be transmitted immediately in flight via Iridium network, or on the
ground when the aircraft is in the vicinity of a Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11) access point.
Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS) Class B – Garmin
The G3000 system includes a
Class B TAWS. The system compares GPS and altimetry data against internal, world-wide
databases of navigation, terrain, and obstacles to predict position and warn of potential conflict. The
TAWS function is allocated to the flight display units, providing weight and hard-ware resource
savings as well as increased redundancy and availability. The Class B system provides five basic
alert modes: Forward Looking Terrain Avoidance (FLTA), Premature Descent, Excessive Descent
Rate, Negative Climb Rate, and Descending to 500 Feet (no excessive bank angle alert). Advisories
are provided aurally through the aircraft audio sys-tem and visually on the flight display units.
Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT)
Artex – A 406 MHz Emergency Locator Transmitter
(ELT) with navigation interface is installed. (Note: Some authorities ELT programming
requirements may not permit the use of navigation interface capability.)
Weather Radar – Garmin
A Garmin GWX 70 weather radar system with a 12-inch antenna is
included. Solid-state electronics (i.e. no magnetron) and a transmitter power of 50 Watts provide for
improved safety and reliability compared with traditional radar systems having higher output
power. WATCHTM automatic range limiting, vertical scan capability and weather tar-get alerting
Pulselite System Interfaced To TCAS
Pulses landing lights on each side of the aircraft. Pulsing
of landing lights begins automatically in the event of a TCAS traffic advisory or resolution
advisory. The Pulselite system can also be activated manually by the pilot.
Cockpit Voice Recorder (Provisions Only) – L-3 Communications
Reference Provisions Only
statement at the beginning of this document.
Tail Flood Lights
Provides flood lights that illuminate the vertical stabilizer surface for better
recognition of a tail logo or registration number.
Headset Jacks for Noise-Canceling Headsets
The aircraft includes industry-standard powered
jacks to support stereo, noise-canceling headsets (such as specific Sennheiser and Bose headsets).
The powered jacks will not support every available headset variation; customers should consult
with their preferred headset provider regarding compatibility prior to purchasing headsets.
Traditional, non-powered jacks are also included.
This aircraft is being brokered by East Coast Jet Center, Inc. Prospective purchasers are encouraged to conduct their own independent prepurchase inspection as East Coast Jet Center, Inc. makes no representations as to the airworthiness of the aircraft or the accuracy of the above information. Specifications subject to verification upon inspection. Aircraft subject to prior sale.