High-end Capability for Your G3Xô
When installed with G3X flight displays, GMC 307 offers features normally reserved for high-end aircraft that use the GFC 700 digital autopilot system, including advanced autopilot modes, such as indicated airspeed hold, independent flight director and third-axis yaw damper (when installed with appropriate servos). While these features are available without a separate controller on G3X Touch flight displays, installing the optional GMC 307 allows for standalone operation of the autopilot.
Plus, the control wheel integrated into the GMC 307 makes for easier pitch, vertical speed and airspeed adjustments, while separate knobs allow twist-control of heading and altitude. And for added safety, the panelís advanced LVL mode button commands automatic recovery from steep or unusual attitudes, enabling the autopilot to return your aircraft to straight-and-level flight.
Automatic flight control system limitations can prevent or delay the ESP systemís ability to recover the aircraft in some situations.
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This control head has been superseded by the 507, which costs the same.
Yes, you can replace the 305 with the 307 if you'd like.
The units have the same size faceplate and use the exact same connector kit. The panel cutouts are slightly different. The 307 is 6.015" x 1.98" while the 305 is 5.38" x 1.73"
No. See part number 11-11447 for installation/connector kit.
According to the manual the unit with the connector is about 3.43 inches not including wires.
You'll need either the Garmin GMC 307 or Garmin GMC 507.
Per the manufacturer this does have a mounting rack. It mounts flush to the aircraft instrument panel using two pawl latches.