Stay on Course
Stay on course with the GI 106B, a high-quality course deviation indicator from Garmin. The panel-mounted GI 106B includes a VOR/LOC/GPS needle as well as a glideslope needle, which can be hidden and disabled by an installer if the glideslope functionality is not needed. The GI 106B contains LED-lit GPS, NAV and VLOC mode annunciators, for an easy-to-read and modern look.
TO/FROM annunciators are also LED, and when invalid, the needles are simply hidden out of the pilotís view instead of using conventional invalid flags. The GI 106B is compatible with the same pinout connections as the legacy GI 102A and GI 106A course deviation indicators, allowing for an easy upgrade path. It also features anti-reflective lenses and LED flood lighting for viewing at night.
Excellent quality CDI. Especially like the LED annunciation and lighting.
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The installation kit comes with the mounting hardware and wiring connector/pins required for installation.
The GI 106B has a TSO: C34e, C36e, C40c
The GI106 is a course deviation indicator (CDI). Will show deviation from VOR/LOC/GPS as well as glideslope when tuned to an ILS.
It will not show aircraft course.
Yes, this is only an indicator.
This can only be wired to one unit at a time.
The GTX 335 is not a NAV unit and therefore will not communicate with the GI106B.
Per Manual GNC 355/355A Rev.2 Page 11-6, yes, GI-106B is compatible.
Yes, this is a lit instrument.
Yes, the SL30 is compatible with the 106B.