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Evolution Flight Display System
Primary Flight Display
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The Aspen EFD1000 system is an excellent panel upgrade choice for single engine piston and light twin engine aircraft. Aspen products deliver incredible features at value pricing.
The Aspen primary flight display system can be installed for about the cost of installing a mechanical HSI system.
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G600 ( full featured version ) or G500 ( affordably priced version )
The Garmin G500 systems is a no-compromise glass panel solution for most aircraft under 6000 lbs.
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The Garmin G600 system includes: Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT), GAD43 adapter with attitude gyro outputs for autopilots and is capable of display functions for Garmin's weather radar. It is approved for installation into many aircraft types up to 12000 lbs.
Chelton Flight Systems
The #1 Selling EFIS with Synthetic Vision: 3D Terrain, Towers and Traffic
Chelton systems are approved for installation in both fixed wing and helicopters.
The Primary Flight Display shows you what lies ahead of your aircraftâ€¦even when darkness and weather obscure your sight. Overlaying this forward-looking 3-D Synthetic Vision is advanced HUD symbology. The net result is an intuitive, holistic "picture" of your aircraft for incredible ease, awareness, control and safety.
The Multi-Function Display provides multiple navigation views precisely synchronized with the forward-looking 3-D synthetic Vision you see in the Primary Flight Display. The result is the ultimate in situational awareness and control.
With FlightLogic, never again will you be unsure about the attitude of your aircraft, its relation to the surrounding terrain, or the proximity of potential hazards. Never again will haze, fog, or weather leave you flying blind and disoriented. Never again will darkness cause uncertainty as you fly a night time approach.