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Garmin GDL® 60 Datalink with PlaneSync™ Technology

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Part# 11-20263
MFR Model# 010-02245-00

Overview

THE FLYING LIFE, SIMPLIFIED
Streamline your flight prep, and enjoy your aircraft more with the GDL 60 datalink and PlaneSync™ technology. It’s the connected aircraft solution that automatically updates your avionics databases1, logs flight/engine data and lets you remotely check fuel and systems status via your Garmin Pilot™ smart-device app2.
   
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Features

Specifications

GDL 60 Data Link
Physical Characteristics General Specifications Compliance
Width: 8.72" Input voltage: 14/28Vdc Environmental compliance: RTCA DO-160F
Height: 1.12" Operating temperature range: -40C to +70C Software compliance: RTCA DO-178B Level D (GDL 60 unit), Level E (cellular firmware)
Depth: 4.00" Maximum altitude: 55,000 ft TSO compliance: TSO-C109
Weight: 1.5 lbs Memory: 64 GB eMMC
Cellular Specifications Wi-Fi Specifications BLUETOOTH Specifications
4G LTE (CAT 4) with 3G Fallback Physical radios: 2 (one internal access point, one external client) BLUETOOTH standard: 4.2
Global Operation: Bands LTE B1,2,3,4,5,7,8,12,18,19,20,25,26,28,38,39,40,41 Class: 802.11 b/g/n Frequency band: 2.4 GHz
Transmit power: +25 dBm max Frequency band: 2.4 GHz Power class: 2 +4 dBm / 2.5 mW max
3FF SIM Card (micro SIM) Transmit power: +17 dBm / 50 mW max


GA 60 LTE Antenna
Physical characteristics General Specifications Cellular Antenna Specifications
Width: 6.39" Nominal impedance: 50 Ohms Supported radio: Cellular 4G LTE/3G
Height: 1.08" VSWR: < 3:1 Type: Two element MIMO
Depth: 2.95" Operating temperature range: -40C to +70C Bandwidth: 700 MHz to 2700 MHz
Weight: 0.5 lb Maximum altitude: 55,000 ft
Intended for installation internal to an aircraft


GA 61A LTE/Wi-Fi Combo Antenna
Physical Characteristics General Specifications Cellular Antenna Specifications
Width: 7.34" Nominal impendence: 50 Ohms Supported radio: Cellular 4G LTE/3G
Height: 3.20" VSWR: < 3:1 Type: Two element MIMO
Depth: 2.34" Operating temperature range: -55C to +70C Bandwidth: 700 MHz to 2700 MHz
Weight: 0.8 lbs Maximum altitude: 55,000 ft
Intended for installation external to an aircraft


GA 61A LTE/Wi-Fi Combo Antenna
Physical Characteristics General Specifications
Width: 7.34" Nominal   impendence: 50 Ohms
Height: 3.20" VSWR: < 3:1
Depth: 2.34" Operating   temperature range: -55C to +70C
Weight: 0.8 lbs Maximum   altitude: 55,000 ft
Intended for installation external to an aircraft
Cellular Antenna Specifications Wi-Fi Antenna Specifications
Supported radio: Cellular 4G LTE/3G Supported   radio: 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi
Type: Two element MIMO Type: Single element monopole, omni-directional
Bandwidth: 700 MHz to 2700 MHz Bandwidth: 2400 to 2500 MHz


Wi-Fi Antenna
Physical Characteristics General Specifications Wi-Fi Antenna Specifications
Width: 0.31" Nominal   impedance: 50 Ohms Supported radio: 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi
Height: 1.08" VSWR: < 3:1 Type: Two element monopole, omni-directional
Depth: 0.69" Operating   temperature range: -40C to +70C Bandwidth: 2400 to 2500 MHz
Weight: 0.075 lbs Maximum   altitude: 55,000 ft

Benefits

  • PlaneSync technology can help simplify the complexities of aircraft management by automating database updates, remotely providing the status of your aircraft and more. Select avionics can be connected with PlaneSync via the GDL 60 Datalink.

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Q&A

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