When installed as a primary attitude indicator, the GI 275 offers improved reliability, potential weight savings and reduced maintenance compared to failure-prone vacuum-driven attitude indicators. When the GI 275 serves as primary for attitude information, pilots can also view altitude, airspeed and heading on the instrument. Optional SVT overlays a rich, 3D topographic view of terrain, traffic, obstacles, airport sign posts and more all within the GI 275 attitude display. The GI 275 also overlays a flight path marker within the SVT view, which takes into account crosswind, angle of attack and other factors to show precisely where the aircraft is flying.
The 4-in-1 GI 275 flight instrument is also approved for installation as a dedicated standby flight instrument to Garmin glass flight displays and is capable of serving as a back-up to a variety of third-party flight displays on the market. When installed as a standby to the G500 TXi, the GI 275 is capable of displaying additional multifunction display features. For back-up navigation information, a built-in VFR GPS enables convenient direct-to navigation guidance, displaying aircraft position information on a moving map. In installations where the GI 275 is installed as a primary or standby flight instrument, a 60-minute back-up battery is included.
Save weight and maintenance expense: replace that aging vacuum pump-driven attitude indicator with a reliable solid-state ADAHRS-driven GI 275 electronic display.
A LESS ARTIFICIAL HORIZON
To add situational awareness, your display can overlay attitude reference on an optional Garmin SVT™ synthetic vision landscape with flight path marker integration.
As your primary flight reference instrument, GI 275 features an integrated display to support all the essential readouts — attitude, altitude, airspeed and heading.
The bright, high-resolution GI 275 touchscreen is sunlight-readable and maximizes the available space within the instrument panel cutout.
The GI 275 instrument can support display of selectable references to mark your arrival at a preselected altitude, heading or airspeed. Think overshoot avoidance.
ADI AUTOPILOT INTEGRATION
With optionally available built-in autopilot interface, GI 275 can provide precise attitude information to drive select autopilots and display flight director command bar cues.
For select aircraft and glass cockpit systems, GI 275 can function as a standby flight instrument with MFD capability for mapping, traffic, weather and more.
KNOB OR TOUCH CONTROLS
The touchscreen on GI 275 makes accessing its functions a breeze. A traditional concentric knob is also available for those who prefer that style of data input.
When installed as a CDI or HSI, the GI 275 is designed to accept a variety of GPS or navigation inputs, allowing up to two GPS sources and two VHF navigation sources. The GI 275 features an Omni Bearing Resolver that allows the flight instrument to interface to a variety of legacy navigators on the market without the need for an expensive adapter. With an optional magnetometer, it is also capable of providing magnetic-based HSI guidance. Vertical and lateral GPS, VOR/LOC and glide slope deviation can be viewed on the GI 275. CDI source selection can be accomplished through the touchscreen interface, while course and heading selection is completed using either the touchscreen or dual concentric knob. When pilots replace an older mechanical CDI or HSI, the GI 275 doubles as a modern digital indicator and adds MFD-like capabilities such as a moving map, weather, traffic and terrain.
In addition to primary magnetic heading reference, GI 275 can accept inputs for VOR/LOC and/or GPS course guidance — along with distance and ground speed indications.
TRACK IN ALL DIMENSIONS
For climb/descent profiles and approaches, GI 275 can display both vertical and lateral GPS/VOR/LOC course deviation cues, when available.
With appropriate nav inputs, GI 275 can optionally add HSI course guidance overlaid on a moving map display with flight plan legs, terrain, weather and more.
COMPLETE CDI SOLUTION
When paired with select VHF Nav radios or GPS navigators, GI 275 can serve as your primary indicator for making, adjusting and tracking course selections.
With dual GI 275 displays as your primary flight instrumentation, reversionary backup capability retains attitude and heading data on the remaining HSI or MFD if an outage should occur.
For backup or nonprimary nav reference, built-in VFR GPS capability enables convenient Direct-to guidance with position depicted on the moving map display.
When configured as an MFD, GI 275 can serve multiple roles, supporting displays for moving map, traffic, lightning, weather, terrain, radar altimeter, CDI and more.
Within the MFD configuration, a dynamic moving map page offers views of terrain features, airports, airspace boundaries, navaids, flight plan routings and more.
TRAFFIC AND WEATHER
With select ADS-B “In” datalinks, GI 275 MFD pages will support subscription-free U.S. weather and traffic displays, including TargetTrend™ and TerminalTraffic™ technologies.
When paired with an optional GDL® 69 SiriusXM® receiver, the MFD-configured GI 275 offers display capability for satellite weather coverage with graphical NEXRAD imagery.
For applications that require precise tracking of aircraft altitude above the terrain, GI 275 can provide display capability for select radar altimeters, including the Garmin GRA™ altimeter series.
WIRELESS DATA STREAMING
Use built-in wireless connectivity to share data between the GI 275 and compatible mobile apps. Import databases. Stream weather, traffic, attitude information, EIS and more4.
When configured as primary to display engine information, the GI 275 is capable of interfacing with single-engine and multi-engine normally aspirated or turbocharged aircraft with select powerplants, including Lycoming and Continental 4/6-cylinder engines. When the GI 275 replaces mechanical gauges and is configured as primary for engine information, the GI 275 can display RPM, manifold pressure, oil pressure and temperature, cylinder head temperature (CHT), exhaust gas temperature (EGT), turbine inlet temperature (TIT), fuel flow, fuel quantity, fuel pressure, volts and amps. Lean assist functionality is also available so pilots can choose to operate rich of peak or lean of peak. The GI 275 also features exceedance alerting, allowing installers to configure caution and warning alerts per the Pilots Operating Handbook (POH). Advisory alerts such as “high oil temp” or “high CHT” can be configured by the pilot. These exceedances, as well as additional engine data can be shared wirelessly with the Garmin Pilot app on Apple mobile devices and can also be viewed on the flyGarmin website for post-flight analysis. In multi-engine aircraft, dual GI 275’s are required to display engine information.
ENGINE INFORMATION SYSTEM
With optional interface module and sensors, GI 275 can serve as a primary EIS display for piston engine, fuel, electrical and other data. Use dual GI 275 displays to monitor twin-engine aircraft.
Graphical display of cylinder head and exhaust gas temperatures allows you to pinpoint the optimal fuel/air mixture for efficient power management.
LEAN ASSIST MODE
This function of the Garmin EIS automatically checks the EGT of all cylinders and identifies your preferred rich/lean setting to balance efficiency and performance.
INTEGRATED FUEL COMPUTER
In addition to fuel quantity, the Garmin EIS monitors fuel flow and GPS information to estimate how much fuel, range and flight time you have left to go at current settings.
With EIS on your GI 275, color-coded pilot alerts/advisories help maintain engine performance and safety. Flashing cues quickly identify out-of-limit exceedances.
AUTOMATIC DATA LOGGING
EIS data on the GI 275 electronic display is automatically logged and available for wireless Connext® streaming to your mobile device — with automatic cloud storage in the flyGarmin.com® website.