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matrixman 12:12pm on Saturday, October 2nd, 2010 
This gps is very simple to use, as easy as it gets. The screen is big and bright. Great value, love it! Fantastic GPS! Easy to use and the price was great! I love it!!
Zurabim 3:50am on Monday, August 30th, 2010 
We had a nuvi 260W for 3 years and really loved it. It was easy to use, portable, had ability to locate points of interest wherever we went.
roger6853 6:15pm on Sunday, July 25th, 2010 
This is a great GPS i also have a nuvi 205 which i have enjoyed Acquires Satellites Quickly,Compact,Easy Menus,Large Screen,Reliable Performance. Multilanguage,easy2set n easy2use; but a bit slow when search for a satellite. Easy Menus,Easy To Read,Large Screen,Reliable Performance.
skandave 5:18am on Wednesday, July 21st, 2010 
Tried other brands, sony, tomtom, megelian, etc.  I own and trade these gps on and off and when I got to the garmin, I just kept it since. the product is really good except that it misses to show some of the interesting places of some areas.
romano 11:44pm on Tuesday, July 6th, 2010 
traffic was great. i was amazed how it knew exactly where bad traffic was. Go for it. Simple plug and play, this is how it should work. Traffic comes up automatically. Menus are much simpler than Tomtom menus.
tremaali 5:09pm on Sunday, May 30th, 2010 
"Used this for the first time on our trip to Las Vegas last week, and it did everything we were told it would do and even more.
rocklee 9:14am on Saturday, May 29th, 2010 
Touchscreen didn't work out of the box. Needed calibration, per Garmin (phone call). Was easy to do. I use my garmin when ever I travel out side of my home town and I have never gotten lost. Acquires Satellites Quickly","Compact","Easy Menus".
dmhaldeman 7:40am on Saturday, May 22nd, 2010 
I am considering buying this product, however, I want toa ask all the reviewers if this estimates the time you will get to your destination. The product I purchased was a gift so I personally have not used it but do have a similar one that works great.
Windwalker 1:25am on Saturday, May 1st, 2010 
We used it on our vacation and it was helpful to get to our places. We appreciated the accurate directions. Love the large screen, everything is right there in front of you. The direction Acquires Satellites Quickly,Easy Menus,Easy To Read,Easy To Set Up.
PostNet126 7:09pm on Saturday, April 10th, 2010 
"In order to register this product you must link to the site. "I owned another Garmin, I bought it when my fella got ill. As he drove me everywhere, we even worked together.

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VHF Comm pilots guide

2005 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries Garmin International, Inc. 1200 East 151st Street, Olathe, Kansas 66062, U.S.A. Tel. 913/397.8200 or 800/800.1020 Fax 913/397.8282 Garmin (Europe) Ltd. Unit 5, The Quadrangle, Abbey Park Industrial Estate, Romsey, SO51 9DL, U.K. Tel. 44/0870.8501241 Fax 44/0870.8501251 Garmin Corporation No. 68, Jangshu 2nd Road, Shijr, Taipei County, Taiwan Tel. 886/2.2642.9199 Fax 886/2.2642.9099 All rights reserved. Except as expressly provided herein, no part of this manual may be reproduced, copied, transmitted, disseminated, downloaded or stored in any storage medium, for any purpose without the express prior written consent of Garmin. Garmin hereby grants permission to download a single copy of this manual onto a hard drive or other electronic storage medium to be viewed and to print one copy of this manual or of any revision hereto, provided that such electronic or printed copy of this manual must contain the complete text of this copyright notice and provided further that any unauthorized commercial distribution of this manual or any revision hereto is strictly prohibited. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. Garmin reserves the right to change or improve its products and to make changes in the content without obligation to notify any person or organization of such changes or improvements. Visit the Garmin Web site (www.garmin.com) for current updates and supplemental information concerning the use and operation of this and other Garmin products. Garmin, GPSMAP, AutoLocate, TracBack, Apollo, and MapSource are registered trademarks of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries and may not be used without the express permission of Garmin. May 2005 Garmin AT Part Number 560-0954-02 Rev. C (Garmin P/N 190-00488-00 Rev A) Printed in the USA Garmin AT 2345 Turner Rd., SE Salem, OR 97302 Tel. 503/581.8101 or 800/525.6726 Fax. 503/364.2138

Introduction Welcome.

Welcome to a new era of aviation communication. Once again, Garmin AT, Inc. has set new standards in features and ease of use for the general aviation public. The SL40 is a VHF Communications Transceiver for use by the aviation pilot. Packaged in a new slim form factor that helps you get the most out of limited panel real estate without limiting features and performance. The SL40 is unequaled in providing the features, level of performance, and reliability that aviation users expect. The slim line series of avionics sets a precedent that will be the standard that all other avionics will be compared to. You can be condent in knowing that you are the owner of the state-of-the-art in aviation communication. Our products are built to last and to allow for upgrading as your needs change in the future. The SL40 is also packaged in congurations to meet the needs of customers for base station and mobile applications. Contact the Garmin Customer Support for more details.

History of Revisions

December 1996 March 1997 June 1998 September 2003 April 2004 May 2005 Original Release Rev. -01 Rev. -02 Rev. -02 A Rev -02 B -02 Rev C

Ordering Information

To receive additional copies of the SL40 Users Guide, order Garmin AT part #560-0954-02 Rev B (Garmin P/N 190-00488-00 Rev A). The SL40 Installation Guide is Garmin AT part #560-0956-xx.

Introduction

Contacting the Factory
If the SL40 unit fails to operate despite troubleshooting efforts, contact Garmin Technical Support for assistance. GARMIN International, Inc. 1200 East 151st Street Olathe, KS 66062-3426 USA Phone: (913) 397-8200 FAX: (913) 397-8282 http://www.garmin.com Be prepared to offer the following information about the installation:
Compliance, License, and Warranty Information

Serial Number

Use this area to record the serial number in case it is lost, stolen, or needs service. Be sure to keep your original sales receipt in a safe place or attach a photocopy inside the manual. The serial number is located on the back of the unit.

Serial Number:

NOTE: If you have previously registered a Garmin product purchase, we invite you to re-register using our NEW on-line system. Many services provided by our new product registration system are now being automated and re-registering your purchase ensures you the best possible support from Garmin.
Installation conguration (list of any accessories) Model number, part number with mod levels, and serial number Software Versions Description of problem Efforts made to isolate the problem
Product Registration and Support Help us better support you by completing your online registration today! Have the serial number of your SL40 handy and connect to the Garmin Web site (www.garmin.com). Look for the Product Registration link on the home page. Also, be sure to record your serial number in the space provided to the left.
If you have any questions, Garmins Product Support department may be reached Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Central Standard Time, by phone at 1-800-800-1020, or by e-mail at sales@garmin.com.

Table of Contents

Welcome... i History of Revisions.. i Ordering Information.. i

Introduction.. i

Contacting the Factory... ii Product Registration and Support. ii Getting Started... 1 Display... 1 Annunciators.. 2 Controls.. 2 Power/Volume/Squelch.. 2 Large and Small Knobs.. 2 Buttons... 2 Flip/Flop (Arrows).. 2 EC (Emergency Channel).. 3 MON (Monitor).. 3 RCL (Recall).. 3 MEM (Memory).. 3 Detailed Operation.. 4 Power On/Off.. 4 Volume... 4 Squelch.. 4 Selecting Frequencies.. 4 Frequency Monitoring... 5 Recalling a Frequency.. 5 Remote (REM)... 5
Auto Stack List (LST).. 6 User Stored Frequencies (MEM). 6 Weather (WTH).. 6 Aborting a Frequency Recall.. 6 Removing a Frequency from User Memory.. 7 Replacing a Frequency from User Memory.. 7 Assigning an ID to a User Frequency. 7 Intercom Function... 8 Stuck Mic.. 8 System Functions... 9 Software Version.. 9 RF Level.. 10 Noise Level... 11 Headphone Level... 11 Mic Squelch 1 and 2.. 11 Transmit Mic... 11 Intercom Level.. 12 Sidetone Level... 12 Display Brightness.. 12 SL40 Specications... 13 Features.. 13 Accessories and Packing List. 14 Performance.. 14 Physical... 14

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Getting Started Getting Started
This guide describes the operation of the SL40 VHF Communication Transceiver. Display The 1-line by 16-character display is composed of 5x7 dot matrix alphanumeric high intensity LEDs. A photocell is located in the top left corner of the front panel display. The photocell automatically controls the intensity of the display from low brightness at night to high brightness during daylight operation. Brightness levels may also be controlled manually. Display
SL40 Display and Control Description
Annunciators and Controls
TX - Transmit\ s - Standby Frequency m - Monitor Mode I - Intercom

Annunciators

Getting Started
Annunciators Several annunciators are used to help indicate the operating modes of your SL40. The TX (Transmit) annunciator is lighted whenever you are transmitting. If the avionics bus drops below 9 VDC, the SL40 will not transmit. An LED will be lighted above the MON and RCL buttons when these functions are selected. An s will appear to the left of the Standby frequency. An m will appear to the left of the Standby frequency when you are using the Monitor function. An I indicates the Intercom function is being used. Controls
Volume, Power, and Squelch Control
Power/Volume/Squelch The knob on the left side of the SL40 controls power on/off, volume, and squelch test. Rotate the knob clockwise (CW) past the detent to turn the power on. Continuing to rotate the knob to the right increases speaker and headphone amplifier volume level. Rotate the knob to the left to reduce the volume level. Pull the knob out to disable automatic squelch. The SL40 may be installed to have the on/off switch disabled and to have power controlled from the avionics panel. Large and Small Knobs The dual concentric knobs on the right side of the SL40 are used to select frequencies or to view the features available within a function. Details are provided in the appropriate section.
Buttons Five backlighted buttons allow you to access the functions in your SL40.
Large (outer) and Small (inner) knobs

Flip/Flop Button

Flip/Flop (Arrows) Press the Flip/Flop button to switch between the active (left-most) and standby (rightmost) frequency. Switching between frequencies is disabled while you are transmitting.

Controls

EC (Emergency Channel) Press the EC button to load the Emergency Channel (121.500 MHz) as the standby frequency. The Monitor function is automatically enabled. MON (Monitor) Press the MON button to listen to the standby frequency. When the active frequency receives a signal, the unit will switch automatically to the active frequency. RCL (Recall) Press the RCL button to retrieve stored frequencies. MEM (Memory) Press the MEM button to store the displayed Standby frequency in memory.

Detailed Operation Getting Started

Selecting Frequencies

Detailed Operation
This section introduces the basic operating details of the SL40 VHF Communications Transceiver.
Power On/Off Turn the Power/Volume control clockwise past the OFF detent. The SL40 may be installed to be powered from the avionics panel so the on/off control will be disabled. Volume Turn the Power/Volume knob clockwise to increase the volume level and counterclockwise to decrease volume. Squelch Pull the Power/Volume knob out to disable automatic squelch.
Selecting Frequencies New frequencies are first selected as a Standby frequency and then toggled to the Active side when desired. While viewing the frequency display, use the Large and Small knobs on the right side of the SL40 to select the desired frequency.
1. Turn the Large, outer knob to change the values in 1 MHz increments. The MHz selection range is between 118 and 136 in 1 MHz steps. 2. Turn the Small, inner knob to change the values in 25 kHz increments. The kHz selection range is between 000 and 975 kHz in 25 kHz steps. Note that only two digits are displayed to the right of the decimal point.

119.80 119.80

Frequency selection with Large and Small knobs

119.80 121.50

s121.50 s119.80
Toggle Standby and Active frequencies with the Flip/Flop button
Turn the Large and Small knobs clockwise to increase and counterclockwise to decrease the frequency values. Standby frequency selection is not inhibited during transmit. Press the Flip/Flop button to toggle the Standby frequency to the Active frequency.
Frequency Monitoring The Frequency Monitoring function allows you to listen to the Standby frequency, while monitoring the Active frequency for activity. Press the MON button to listen to the standby frequency. A small m is displayed in front of the Standby frequency. When the Active frequency receives a signal, the unit will switch automatically to the Active frequency and then switch back when activity ceases. An arrow (< or >) will point to the frequency that you are currently listening to. A slight clicking sound occurs when the radio is checking the Active frequency for activity. The Monitor function is deactivated when you press MON. Recalling a Frequency The SL40 can access several areas of stored frequencies. The SL40 can also receive airport frequencies if connected to certain GPS receivers. Monitoring and Recalling Frequencies

119.10 > m121.50

Monitoring a Frequency
TWR - Tower frequency GND - Ground frequency ATS - ATIS frequency ATF - Air Trafc Frequency APP - Approach ARR - Arrival AWS - Automatic Weather Station CLR - Clearance/Delivery CTF - Common Trafc Advisory Frequency DEP - Departure frequency FSS - Flight Service Station RFS - Remote Flight Service Station UNI - Unicom frequency MF - Mandatory Frequency

Frequency Abbreviations

Remote (REM) The Remote function will allow the SL40 to access the airport frequency database in an GPS receiver. Press RCL to view the Remote (REM) frequencies. Then, turn the Small, inner knob to display the available frequencies. The waypoint type and frequency are displayed. If not connected to an GPS, or the list is not received, the list will not be available.
119.10 REM SLE 119.10 ATS124.55
Recalling a Remote Frequency
Auto Stack, User, & Weather Frequencies

119.10 LST121.80

Viewing the Auto Stack List
Auto Stack List (LST) The SL40 keeps track of the last eight Active frequencies and stores them in a stack. Duplicate frequencies are not stored.
1. Press RCL and then turn the Large, outer knob to display the Auto Stack List (LST). 2. Then, turn the Small, inner knob to view the stored frequencies. Frequencies are shown in the order of use.
119.10 MEM121.80 119.10 MEM124.55
Viewing User Stored Frequencies
User Stored Frequencies (MEM) When you press the MEM button the Standby frequency is stored in User memory. The SL40 stores the last eight frequencies selected by the user. After eight User frequencies are stored, you will be prompted that the stack is full (mem full). You may then remove or replace the frequency, or abort the process. Duplicate frequencies are not stored.
1. Press RCL and then turn the Large, outer knob to reach the User frequencies. 2. Turn the Small, inner knob to view the User stored frequencies in numeric order.

119.10 WTH162.40

Viewing Weather Frequencies
Weather (WTH) The standard weather channels are stored in the memory of the SL40. You cannot transmit on a weather channel frequency. Weather information service is not available in all countries. A small x to the right of the Active frequency indicates that transmitting is not permitted.
1. Press RCL and then turn the Large, outer knob to display the weather (WTH) channel memory. 2. Then, turn the Small, inner knob to view the available weather channels.
162.400 MHz 162.425 MHz 162.450 MHz 162.475 MHz 162.500 MHz 162.525 MHz 162.550 MHz
Weather Frequencies (where available)
Aborting a Frequency Recall You may abort the recall of a frequency so the current Standby frequency will remain in place.
1. Press RCL. While viewing one of the frequency types, press MEM. If you are viewing a REM, LST, or WTH frequency type, the display will read Abort RCL. If you are viewing a User (MEM) frequency type, turn the Large knob to Abort RCL. 2. Press MEM again to abort the recall and retain the current Standby frequency.

Removing a Frequency from User Memory You may edit the contents of User memory to remove its stored frequencies when you want to make a change or you receive a MEM Full message.
1. Press RCL. Turn the Large knob to the User (MEM) frequencies. 2. Press MEM. Turn Large knob to show Remove. 3. Turn the Small knob to choose the frequency to Remove. 4. Press MEM to remove the frequency. Or, turn the Large knob to Abort and press MEM to cancel and leave memory as it was.
Removing, Replacing, & ID User Frequencies

Remove

121.50

Removing a Frequency

Replacing a Frequency from User Memory You may edit the contents of User memory to replace its stored frequencies when you want to make a change or you receive a MEM Full message.
1. Select the desired new frequency with the Large and Small knobs. 2. Press RCL. Turn the Large knob to the User (MEM) frequencies. 3. Press MEM. Turn Large knob to show Replace. 4. Turn the Small knob to choose the frequency to Replace. 5. Press MEM to replace the displayed stored frequency with the current Standby frequency. Or, turn the Large knob to Abort and press MEM to cancel and leave memory as it was.

Replace

Replacing a Frequency
Assigning an ID to a User Frequency Frequencies in User (MEM) memory can be given an alphanumeric identier for your ease of use.
1. Press RCL. Turn the Large knob to the User (MEM) frequencies. 2. Press MEM and hold it for about two seconds. Assign ID and the frequency to be given an ID will be displayed. 3. Turn the Small knob to select the desired User frequency. 4. Press MEM. Six underscored spaces will appear and the rst one will ash. 5. Turn the Small knob to select characters. Turn the Large knob to move to another space. Continue to select the desired characters.
Assign ID 124.55 Assign ID ATIS__ Done ATIS__
Assigning an ID to a User Frequency

Intercom and Stuck Mic

6. Press MEM to save the displayed ID. Turn the Large knob to Done and press MEM.
The alphanumeric ID for a frequency is displayed only when looking at user stored frequencies using the recall (RCL) feature. The stored frequency is displayed numerically once selected as the active or standby frequency. You can remove the ID for a frequency while retaining the frequency in User memory by setting all characters to underscores and pressing MEM. Intercom Function When two headphone and microphone jacks are connected to the SL40, these headsets can be used as a voice-activated intercom. When you select the Intercom function with the installed selector switch, the intercom function is enabled. The Volume control will control the headphone listening level. The receive function will automatically become active when a signal is detected, but the volume will be reduced during intercom activity. A small I is displayed above and to the left of the s or m of the standby frequency to indicate the Intercom function is selected. The Microphone Squelch Sensitivity can be set in the System Functions. Stuck Mic The SL40 helps protect you from a situation where the microphone may get stuck in the ON or Transmit position. If the microphone is keyed for longer than 35 seconds, the SL40 will return to the receive mode on the selected frequency. A ashing Stuck Mic message will display until the transmit key is released.

Note: In an emergency situation, if the Stuck Mic message remains after you have stopped keying the mic, turn the power off and then back on. You will then get another 35 second timeout period to transmit.

119.10 *s 121.50

Intercom Function is Selected

121.50 Stuck Mic

Stuck Mic Message
Detailed Operation System Functions
The SL40 includes a number of System Functions that give you more information about your communication equipment. Press and hold the MON button for about three seconds to reach the System Function. Turn the Large, outer knob to display the available functions. Adjustments are made with the Small, inner knob. Press the MON button again to exit the System Functions. System Functions

System Function Summary

Software Version The Software version is available for reference when you contact Technical Support.

SW VER

Software Version
System Functions RF Level The RF Level function shows the relative signal strength of the frequency you are listening to. The range displayed is between 0 and 255. The value will constantly change as you are viewing it as signal conditions change.

RF Level

Noise Level The Noise Level function shows the relative received noise level of the frequency you are listening to. The range displayed is between 0 and 255. The value will constantly change as you are viewing it as signal conditions change. Headphone Level The Headphone Level function allows you to adjust the headphone audio level. Turn the Small knob to change the value. Setting the value to 0 slaves the headphone audio level to the volume control knob. The range is from 0 to 255. Mic Squelch 1 and 2 The input level required to break squelch by the microphone is set from this page. Lower numbers indicate a higher input level necessary to break squelch. Turn the Small knob to change the value. The range is from 0 to 127. Transmit Mic The Transmit Microphone page allows you to control which microphone is permitted to transmit. You may choose Mic 1, 2, or both. To adjust the Transmit Mic control:
1. Press and hold the MON button for about two seconds. This will access the System Functions mode. 2. Rotate the Large knob to display the Transmit Mic page. 3. Rotate the Small knob to select MIC1, MIC2, or MIC1+MIC2. 4. Press any key to exit the Setup Functions mode. 5. Select an appropriate frequency, key the transmitter, and talk into the microphones to check for the intended operation.

System Functions NOISE

Noise Level

Hdphone Lvl

Mic1 Sqlch

Mic Squelch Level

Transmit Mic 1

Transmit Mic Selection

Appendix
System Functions Intcom Lvl

Intercom Level

Intercom Level This function adjusts the Intercom Audio Level. Turn the Small knob to change the value. The range is from 0 to 255. Setting the value to 0 slaves the sidetone level to the volume control knob. Sidetone Level This function displays and adjusts the sidetone audio level. Turn the Small knob to change the value. The range is from 0 to 255. Setting the value to 0 slaves the sidetone level to the volume control knob. Display Brightness As it arrives from the factory, the SL40 automatically adjusts its display brightness for the current lighting conditions. A small sensor at the upper left of the display is used for this function. There are two adjustments available for controlling the brightness level of the display. The rst controls the lower brightness level in the automatic adjustment range (Lo Dsp Lvl). This is the brightness used when in total darkness. The second adjusts the upper limit of this range (Hi Dsp Lvl). This is used when bright light is shining on the display. The factory settings for these are at the limits of the range, 0 (Lo Dsp Lvl) and 50 (Hi Dsp Lvl). The range can be reduced if desired using the inner knob to adjust the two values. Some users may wish to disable the automatic dimming function. This can be accomplished by setting the high display level to zero. Now the low level adjustment will set the brightness of the display directly with no automatic adjustment made based on ambient light.

Sidton Lvl

Sidetone Level

Lo Dsp Lvl Hi Dsp Lvl

Low and High Display Levels
Appendix SL40 Specications
Features 760 Communication Channels Frequency Range: 118 to 136.975 MHz Active and Standby Flip/Flop Frequencies Volume Control 16-Character High-Intensity Alphanumeric LED Display Automatic Display Intensity Control Backlit Keypad Controls Transmit Status Indicator 2x8 Frequency Memory and Recall Stores/Recalls Eight User-Dened Frequencies (user-programmable alphanumeric naming of frequencies) Stores/Recalls Previous Eight Frequencies Frequency Monitor Function (listens to standby while monitoring the active) Voice Activated Intercom Dedicated Emergency Channel Selector Upgradeable to Include GPS Option Squelch Test Function Stuck Mic Time-Out - 35 seconds

Specifications

Specifications, Accessories, & Packing
Accessories and Packing List
To obtain accessories for your SL40 please contact your Garmin dealer. Help us better support you by completing our on-line registration form today! Registration ensures that you will be notied of product updates and new products and provides lost or stolen unit tracking. Please, have the serial number of your SL40 handy, connect to our web site (www.garmin.com) and look for our Product Registration link on the home page. The SL40 display lens is coated with a special antireective coating which is very sensitive to skin oils, waxes, and abrasive cleaners. It is very important to clean the lens using an eyeglass cleaner that is specied as safe for anti-reective coatings (one suitable product is Wal-Mart Lens Cleaner) and a clean, lint-free cloth.
Performance Transmit Power: 8 watts Carrier Power (28 watts Input Power) Input Voltage Range: 10 to 40 VDC Operating Temperature Range: -20 to +55 C Certied TSO C37d (transmitting) Certied TSO C38d (receiving) Certied TSO C128 (Stuck Mic) Physical Dimensions: 1.3 (H) x 6.25 (W) x 10.5 (D) Weight: 2 lbs
2005 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries Garmin International, Inc. 1200 East 151st Street, Olathe, Kansas 66062, U.S.A. Garmin (Europe) Ltd. Unit 5, The Quadrangle, Abbey Park Industrial Estate, Romsey, SO51 9DL, U.K. Garmin Corporation No. 68, Jangshu 2nd Road, Shijr, Taipei County, Taiwan www.garmin.com Garmin AT P/N 560-0954-02 Rev. C (Garmin P/N 190-00488-00 Rev A)

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GARMIN PANEL PACKAGES

Add a PS Engineering PMA 1000II intercom with 2 place harness for the Garmin SL 40. Available with any of our Garmin Packages.... PN 11-05052..$308.95 Add a PS Engineering PMA 1200 intercom with 2 place harness for the Garmin SL 40. Available with any of our Garmin Packages.... PN 11-07969..$625.00 *Package E, H and K cannot be sold over the counter for certified aircraft installation as the GTX 330 transponder must be installed by a Garmin dealer.
Package GARMIN PACKAGE A Part No.
GARMIN AIRCRAFT PANEL PACKAGES
CM WP ME HA AP LG EP CS IN EL AV TO PS BV
Package GARMIN PACKAGE F*

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Package GARMIN PACKAGE K
Garmin aera 500 Americas Garmin Power Data Cable AirGizmo Panel Dock Garmin SL 40 COM 11-05044 $4,303.00 Garmin GTX 320A Transponder w/ Harness Ameri-King AK-350 Ecoder Wire harness on package A 11-07573 $329.95

GARMIN PACKAGE B

Garmin aera 560 Americas Garmin Power Data Cable AirGizmo Panel Dock Garmin SL 40 COM 11-05049 $5,455.00 Garmin GTX 320A Transponder w/ Harness Ameri-King AK-350 Encoder Wire Harness on package F 11-02694 $21.95

GARMIN PACKAGE G*

Garmin GPSMAP 696 Americas Garmin Power Data Cable AirGizmo Panel Dock 11-07126 $8,511.00 Garmin SL 40 COM Garmin GTX 330 Mode S Transponder w/ Harness Ameri-King AK-350 Encoder Wire harness on package K 11-07583 $329.95

GARMIN PACKAGE L

Garmin GMA 240 Audio Panel Garmin aera 500 Garmin aera 500 Americas Garmin aera 560 Americas Americas Garmin Power Data Cable Garmin Power Data Cable Garmin Power Data Cable 11-07127 $5,321.00 AirGizmo Panel Dock AirGizmo Panel Dock AirGizmo Panel Dock Garmin SL 40 COM Garmin SL 40 COM 11-05045 $4,475.00 Garmin SL 40 COM Garmin GTX 327 11-05050 $5,553.00 Garmin GTX 327 Garmin GTX 327 Transponder w/ Harness Transponder Transponder w/ Harness Ameri-King AK 350 w/ Harness Ameri-King AK-350 Encoder Ameri-King AK-350 Encoder Encoder Wire harness on package L 11-07584 $675.00 Wire Harness on package B 11-07574 $329.95
GARMIN PACKAGE C GARMIN PACKAGE M
Garmin GMA 240 Audio Panel Garmin aera 510 Garmin aera 510 Americas Garmin aera 560 Americas Americas Garmin Power Data Cable Garmin Power Data Cable Garmin Power Data Cable 11-07128 $5,838.00 AirGizmo Panel Dock AirGizmo Panel Dock AirGizmo Panel Dock 11-05051 $7,402.00 Garmin SL 40 COM 11-05046 $4,795.00 Garmin SL 40 COM Garmin SL 40 COM Garmin GTX 327 Garmin GTX 330 Mode S Garmin GTX 320A Transponder w/ Harness Transponder w/ Harness Transponder w/ Harness Ameri-King AK 350 AK-350 Encoder Ameri-King AK-350 Encoder Encoder

GARMIN PACKAGE H*

Wire harness on package G 11-07579 $329.95
Wire harness on package H 11-07580 $329.95 Wire Harness on package C 11-07575 $329.95
GARMIN PACKAGE D GARMIN PACKAGE I
Wire harness on package M 11-07585 $675.00

GARMIN PACKAGE N*

Garmin aera 510 Americas Garmin Power Data Cable AirGizmo Panel Dock 11-05047 $5,038.00 Garmin SL 40 COM Garmin GTX 327 Transponder w/ Harness Ameri-King AK-350 Encoder Wire Harness on package D 11-07576 $329.95

GARMIN PACKAGE E

Garmin GPSMAP 696 Americas Garmin Power Data Cable AirGizmo Panel Dock 11-07124 $6,580.00 Garmin SL 40 COM Garmin GTX 320A Transponder w/ Harness Ameri-King AK-350 Encoder Wire harness on package I 11-07581 $329.95

GARMIN PACKAGE J

Garmin GMA 240 Audio Panel Garmin aera 560 Americas Garmin Power Data Cable 11-07129 $6,568.00 AirGizmo Panel Dock Garmin SL 40 COM Garmin GTX 327 Transponder w/ Harness Ameri-King AK 350 Encoder Wire harness on package N 11-07587 $675.00

GARMIN PACKAGE O

Garmin aera 510 Americas Garmin Power Data Cable AirGizmo Panel Dock 11-05048 $6,798.00 Garmin SL 40 COM Garmin GTX 330 Mode S Transponder w/ Harness Ameri-King AK-350 Encoder Wire Harness on package E 11-07577 $329.95
Garmin GPSMAP 696 Americas Garmin Power Data Cable AirGizmo Panel Dock 11-07125 $6,852.00 Garmin SL 40 COM Garmin GTX 327 Transponder w/ Harness Ameri-King AK-350 Encoder Wire harness on package J 11-07582 $329.95
Garmin GMA 240 Audio Panel Garmin GPSMAP 696 Americas Garmin Power Data Cable 11-07130 $7,396.00 AirGizmo Panel Dock Garmin SL 40 COM Garmin GTX 327 Transponder w/ Harness Ameri-King AK 350 Encoder Wire harness on package O 11-07588 $675.00
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