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Garmin GTX 328 Transponder (Mode S)

Garmin GTX 328 Transponder (Mode S)

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  • Garmin have developed the GTX 328 to satisfy the European requirement for a Mode S solution that would meet the reduced certification requirements for the VFR Mode S mandate.

    The GTX 328 unit offers the same great value, reliability and innovation that pilots and aircraft owners have come to know from Garmin. By optimising the best selling features and technology of the GTX 330 Mode S Transponder, Garmin is able to offer customers the GTX 328, a lower cost Mode S solution that meets the European regulations. The Garmin GTX 328 is intended to serve VFR/Class 2 aircraft where there is adequate size and power consumption support for a GTX 328 unit. The GTX 328 is designed to be a straightforward retrofit. The Garmin GTX 328 retains many of the GTX 330 features such as displaying outside air temperature, altitude monitoring, count up and count down timers (using a built-in digitized voice annunciator to alert the pilot when preset altitude limits have been exceeded or timer expiration), density altitude functions, and front-panel input for flight ID. The GTX 328 has a solid-state design that uses less power, reduces heat emissions and eliminates warm-up time. The GTX 328 is the same as the GTX 330 in most respects however the existing GTX-330 Mode S Transponder provides EHS (Enhanced Mode S) functionality and transmits power that exceeds the requirement for VFR aircraft in Europe. The new GTX-328 will not offer TIS, EHS or ADS-B functionality. Garmin GTX 328 Features:
    • Solid state transmitter (more efficient, longer life)
    • Verbal alerts
    • Outside air temperature display
    • Pressure altitude readout
    • Altitude monitor function
    • Density altitude readout
    • Built-in timers
    • Automatic ALT/GND mode
    • Panel-mounted