IFD440,10W, GPS/NAV/COM, Black Bezel

IFD440,10W, GPS/NAV/COM, Black Bezel

IFD440,10W, GPS/NAV/COM, Black Bezel

Codice: AAN3246
Data di spedizione stimata: 18 dicembre
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IFD440,10W, GPS/NAV/COM, Black Bezel

PN: 850-00179-000

IFD440 (Serie IFD4) dispone delle seguenti caratteristiche:

FMS/GPS

VHF NAV

VHF COM

3D SVS (Funzione Sintetic Vision)

WiFi/BT/FLTA (Opzionale)

Radar (From Serie5)

 

 

Install Kit incluso.

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As the heart of your ADS-B system, Avidyne’s IFD Series features the most intuitive Flight Management System in an easy-to-use, yet powerful design.

The Easy Choice

Avidyne’s IFD Series of touch screen navigators represent the next generation in flight management systems. Each provides SBAS/LPV precision navigation and are designed to meet the accuracy and integrity requirements for ADS-B as part of the NextGen airspace initiative. As direct replacements for legacy systems, the IFDs each share the same basic functionality in large and compact display formats respectively.

Direct Replacements

The IFDs are direct replacements for popular Garmin GNS Series Navigators. In most cases, the IFDs can utilize the existing tray and connectors, and are compatible with all the popular interface configurations, which can greatly minimize installation costs.

Hybrid Touch: Knobs & Buttons or Touch-Screen

The award-winning Page & Tab user interface eliminates nested menus, allowing you to go to any page in the system with only one or two clicks.

In addition to the dedicated knobs and buttons that many pilots prefer for frequent pilot actions, the IFDs Hybrid Touch capability allows pilots to perform virtually all of those same functions via the touch screen interface. Additionally, the IFDs offer MultiTouch functionalities such as pinch-zoom, map panning, and graphical flight plan editing. This can be done with the MultiTouch screen, or knobs and buttons depending on the pilot’s phase of flight.

Made by Pilots for Pilots

Avidyne’s full line of IFDs were designed for ease-of-use, especially during single-pilot IFR operations. As avid and enthusiastic pilots, the people at Avidyne understand the importance of workload reduction and simplicity of operation.

Made for Each Other

Built on a dual databus architecture, the IFD Navigators are key components in Avidyne’s panel-mounted avionics suite, which also includes the AMX240 Audio Panel, AXP340 ADS-B Mode S Transponder, and DFC90 Digital Autopilot.

Navigation at your fingertips

Get where you need to go. That’s why we fly. Avidyne wants you to keep your head up when flying with your family and loved ones. That’s the reason Avidyne designed their FMS to be as user-friendly as possible. Go where you need to go in two clicks or less.

Easy Flight Planning

Extensive testing and customer experience have proven that the IFD user interface reduces button pushes and knob twists required with previous navigators by 50%-75% or more. Dropdown menus are logically placed to provide easy data entry of airways, exit waypoints, destinations, and approach procedures. To make planning even easier, the IFDs can automatically create user-defined waypoints.

MS Preview™

Avidyne’s exclusive FMS Preview is a powerful flight planning feature that makes it even more intuitive to load flight plans by showing you a real-time graphical depiction of each proposed modification in cyan prior to selection. FMS Preview makes it easy to visualize before selecting a desired waypoint, airway, hold or hold geometry, Direct-To, approach, approach transition and any other terminal procedures.

FMS Preview also allows you to view each of the available approaches graphically prior to selection. Unlike previous generation navigators, the Avidyne IFDs allow you to quickly load any number of destination airports and multiple approaches into your flight plan.

Working Well Together

The IFDs, when paired in any combination, leverage Avidyne’s Byteflight databus architecture for cross-communication. A Keyboard Convenience feature allows for data entry on a familiar QWERTY keyboard that automatically appears when an alpha-numeric data field is highlighted, making data entry as familiar to you as your computer or smart phone.

In dual installations, the dual-databus architecture allows pilots to enter the flightplan on the QWERTY keyboard of one unit, while viewing the Map on the other.

GeoFill™ intelligently predicts the next waypoint entry, not based on its order in the database, but on its proximity to your current location or the previous waypoint in your flight plan. The IFDs autofill the remaining characters in the entry based upon distance from the current position, avoiding the cumbersome need to go through “bad” choices to get to the desired entry—dramatically reduces the number of pilot actions. GeoFill can reduce data entry by as much as 75%, reducing head-down time, and ultimately increasing efficiency and safety.

Synthetic Vision

All IFDs are equipped with Avidyne’s beautiful Synthetic Vision (SVS) for improved situational awareness. SVS is fully integrated and requires no additional boxes or wires.

3D Terrain - Terrain Awareness (SVS-TA) is provided via terrain coloration, providing visual Caution-Warning Alerting System (CAS) alerts and aural alerts terrain hazard awareness and alerting.

FLTA- Forward Looking Terrain Alerting (FLTA) alerting provides an extra measure of safety by displaying a solid yellow or red impact point based on projected flight path in the event that a collision with terrain is projected. FLTA also provides visual CAS messaging & aural alerting.

3D Obstacles - Standard high, low and grouping symbology is used to clearly depict obstacles on the SVS display.

3D Traffic uses standard traffic symbology with traffic depictions indicating relative threat level by their size and relative altitude and bearing. As traffic draws nearer to you, the traffic symbols grow in size on the IFD.

Airport Flags – Airfields are depicted with a METAR-style flag when in field of view. With valid METAR data from your datalink, airfield flags will be color-coded to represent the ceiling and visibility, consistent with the moving map presentation.

 

 

 

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