GTX330

GTX 330

See the same radar traffic your ATC controller is watching with the GTX 330, a panel-mounted Mode S digital transponder with traffic datalink capability that also meets the European mandate for Mode S level 2 surveillance. GTX 330D adds antenna diversity to the features of the GTX 330 for improved visibility of TCAS-equipped aircraft flying above you.

Keep An Eye On Traffic

The IFR-certified GTX 330 offers a Traffic Information Services (TIS) interface, giving you greater traffic awareness in some of the United States's busiest airports. From the comfort of your aircraft, you can receive TIS, including location, direction, altitude and climb/descent information of nearby aircraft. This information is displayed on your compatible Garmin panel mount, including the GNS 530, GNS 430, GPS 500, GPS 400 and GNC 420.

Enjoy Innovative Design

GTX 330 features a solid-state design, and with no warm up time, lower power consumption and much lower heat emissions, you’ll enjoy a longer service life. It provides 250 watts nominal power output and has an easy-to-read DSTN liquid crystal display which reverses the numbers out of black for optimal viewing. An innovative keypad makes entering a squawk code a snap, and a dedicated VFR button allows for quick-and-easy VFR squawking. Similar to the GTX 327 Mode C transponder, the 330 also offers several timing and display functions including flight time, count-up and count-down timers and current pressure altitude. In addition, it comes with remote ident and auto standby, plus an altitude monitor with voice alerts.

 

 

GTX327

 

GTX 327

The panel-mounted GTX 327 is a TSO-certified Mode C digital transponder. Its innovative features, proven performance and reliability bring a whole new level of transponder utility to your aircraft. Looking for a more affordable alternative? The panel-mounted GTX 320A Mode C transponder features a pilot-friendly design minus the DSTN LCD display.

Enjoy Innovative Features

GTX 327 features a solid state design, and with no warm up time, lower power consumption and much lower heat emissions, you’ll enjoy a longer service life. It provides 200 watts nominal power output and has an easy-to-read DSTN liquid crystal display which reverses the numbers out of black for optimal viewing. An innovative keypad makes entering a squawk code a snap, and a dedicated VFR button allows for quick-and-easy VFR squawking. Similar to the GTX 330 Mode S transponder, the 327 also offers several timing and display functions, including flight time, count-up and count-down timers, as well as current pressure altitude.