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Avidyne IFD540 FMS/GPS Navigator

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From $ 21,850 AUD

IFD540 FMS/GPS Navigator

The IFD540 FMS/GPS/NAV/COM features a 5.7” touchscreen Page & Tab interface,  knobs and buttons, Synthetic Vision, WiFi/Bluetooth, CMax™ Jeppesen Electronic Charts and more.

It’s simple navigation right at your fingertips.

This Part Number is for IFD540, 10W, GPS/NAV/COM/WIFI/BT/FLTA/SVS, BLACK BEZEL

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IFD540: The most intuitive FMS/GPS navigator for your aircraft.

Avidyne’s IFD540 FMS/GPS/NAV/COM is a 5.7” powerful, touchscreen navigator with all the benefits and features the IFD Series has to offer.  Not only does the IFD540 feature Avidyne’s signature Hybrid Touch, Page & Tab interface with 3D synthetic vision and SBAS/LPV precision, it also includes CMax™ Approach Charts and Airport Diagrams.

Utilizing Jeppesen’s Jeppview® charts subscription services, CMax provides worldwide approach charts and a database of over 6,000 airport diagrams, most of which are geo-referenced, allowing for the display of your township and flight plan position right on the chart or airport diagram. The IFD540 also supports optional European VFR (Bottlang) Charts for over 2,200 airports in 29 European countries.

FMS 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.

Graphical flight planning capability allows for easy editing of your flight plan with the touch of the screen. The convenient ‘rubber banding’ feature on the IFD540 allows you to stretch any leg in the flight plan to easily deviate for weather or to accommodate an amendment from ATC.

Avidyne’s GeoFill™ Technology

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 IFD540 auto fills the remaining characters in the entry based upon distance from the current position, avoiding the need to go through “bad” choices to get to the desired entry. This feature 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. GeoFill is available on all IFDs.

Synthetic Vision: Improved situational awareness

All IFDs are equipped with Avidyne’s enhanced 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.

Wireless and Blueooth ® Connectivity 

With built-in WiFi and Bluetooth, the IFDs feature a number of ways for you to control your unit.

Avidyne’s IFD100 tablet application gives pilots a full display and complete wireless remote control of their panel-mounted IFD System.

The Avidyne MK10 wireless keyboard provides a convenient way for pilots to remotely control their IFD System.

 

Third-Party Flight Planning Applications

Open wireless connectivity to flight planning & mapping applications such as ForeFlight®, FlightPlanGO®, Seattle Avionics FlyQ®, AvPlan® EFB, Jeppesen® Mobile Flight Deck, Cloud Ahoy®, and AeroGlass®. 

IFD100 iPad Application

Want big glass in your cockpit? Avidyne’s exclusive IFD100 application turns your iPad into another instance of your IFD! Flight planning has never been simpler. Not only does the IFD100 mirror the functions the IFD440 but acts as additional instance. Load, change and manage your flight plan right from your iPad. Monitor your map for weather and traffic, and view pages independently. The IFD100 display will give you big glass capabilities at a fraction of the cost.

 

Working Together

The IFD440 when paired with the IFD550 or in any combination, leverages Avidyne’s Byteflight databus architecture for cross-communication. In dual installations, the dual-databus architecture allows pilots to enter the flightplan on the familar QWERTY keyboard of one unit, while viewing the Map on the other.

The QWERTY keyboard automatically appears when an alpha-numeric data field is highlighted, making data entry as familiar to you as your computer or smart phone.

 
 

 
 
 
 

 

Display (IFD550/540/545/510)

  • 5.7” Diagonal w/Touch Screen
  • Full VGA – 640 x 480 pixels
  • 65,535 colors
  • Ultrabright sunlight readable w/LED Backlighting

Dimensions (IFD550/540/545/510)

  • Width: 6.30” (16.0cm)
  • Height: 4.60“ (11.7cm)
  • Depth: 11.00“(27.5cm) behind panel including connector

Weight (including tray and connectors)

  • IFD440 – 6.88 lb (2.34 kg)
  • IFD410 – 5.16 lb (3.99 kg)
  • IFD550 – 9.19 lb (4.17 kg)
  • IFD540 – 8.79 lb (3.99 kg)
  • IFD545 – 7.48 lb (3.39 kg)
  • IFD510 – 7.13 lb (3.23 kg)

Power Requirements

  • 11 – 33VDC
  • 4.4A/6.5A Xmit @ 14vdc
  • 2.2A/4.0A Xmit @ 28vdc

VHF COM Power Output

  • 10 Watts nominal
  • Optional 16Watt (for 28vdc installations only)

Environmental

  • DO 160E
  • To 50,000 Ft
  • -20C to +55C Operating
  • +70C Short Term

Applicable TSOs

  • TSO-C34e – ILS Glide Slope Receiving Equipment Operating within the Radio Frequency Range of 328.6-335.4 Megahertz (MHz)
  • TSO-C36e – Airborne ILS Localizer Receiving Equipment Operating within the Radio Frequency Range of 108-112 Megahertz (MHz)
  • TSO-C40c – VOR Receiving Equipment Operating within the Radio Frequency Range of 108-117.95 Megahertz (MHz)
  • TSO-C44c – Fuel Flowmeters
  • TSO-C110a – Airborne Passive Thunderstorm Detection Equipment
  • TSO-C112e – Air Traffic Control Radar Beacon System/Mode Select (ATCRBS/Mode S) Airborne Equipment
  • TSO-C113a – Airborne Multipurpose Electronic Display
  • TSO-C118 – Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) Airborne Equipment, TCAS I
  • TSO-C128a – Devices that Prevent Blocked Channels Used in Two-Way Radio Communications Due to Unintentional Transmissions
  • TSO-C146d – Stand-Alone Airborne Navigation Equipment Using the Global Positioning System (GPS) Augmented by the Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS).Airborne Supplemental Navigation Equipment Using the Global Positioning System (GPS) – Gamma 3
  • TSO-C147 – Traffic Advisory System (TAS) Airborne Equipment – Class A (Display Functions Only)
  • TSO-C157a – Aircraft Flight Information Services – Broadcast (FIS-B) Datalink Systems and Equipment
  • TSO-C165 – Electronic Map Display Equipment for Graphical Depiction of Aircraft Position
  • TSO-C169a – VHF Radio Communications Transceiver Equipment Operating Within The Radio Frequency Range 117.975 To 137.000 Megahertz – Class C, E, 3 and 5
 

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IFD540: The most intuitive FMS/GPS navigator for your aircraft.

Avidyne’s IFD540 FMS/GPS/NAV/COM is a 5.7” powerful, touchscreen navigator with all the benefits and features the IFD Series has to offer.  Not only does the IFD540 feature Avidyne’s signature Hybrid Touch, Page & Tab interface with 3D synthetic vision and SBAS/LPV precision, it also includes CMax™ Approach Charts and Airport Diagrams.

Utilizing Jeppesen’s Jeppview® charts subscription services, CMax provides worldwide approach charts and a database of over 6,000 airport diagrams, most of which are geo-referenced, allowing for the display of your township and flight plan position right on the chart or airport diagram. The IFD540 also supports optional European VFR (Bottlang) Charts for over 2,200 airports in 29 European countries.

FMS 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.

Graphical flight planning capability allows for easy editing of your flight plan with the touch of the screen. The convenient ‘rubber banding’ feature on the IFD540 allows you to stretch any leg in the flight plan to easily deviate for weather or to accommodate an amendment from ATC.

Avidyne’s GeoFill™ Technology

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 IFD540 auto fills the remaining characters in the entry based upon distance from the current position, avoiding the need to go through “bad” choices to get to the desired entry. This feature 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. GeoFill is available on all IFDs.

Synthetic Vision: Improved situational awareness

All IFDs are equipped with Avidyne’s enhanced 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.

Wireless and Blueooth ® Connectivity 

With built-in WiFi and Bluetooth, the IFDs feature a number of ways for you to control your unit.

Avidyne’s IFD100 tablet application gives pilots a full display and complete wireless remote control of their panel-mounted IFD System.

The Avidyne MK10 wireless keyboard provides a convenient way for pilots to remotely control their IFD System.

 

Third-Party Flight Planning Applications

Open wireless connectivity to flight planning & mapping applications such as ForeFlight®, FlightPlanGO®, Seattle Avionics FlyQ®, AvPlan® EFB, Jeppesen® Mobile Flight Deck, Cloud Ahoy®, and AeroGlass®. 

IFD100 iPad Application

Want big glass in your cockpit? Avidyne’s exclusive IFD100 application turns your iPad into another instance of your IFD! Flight planning has never been simpler. Not only does the IFD100 mirror the functions the IFD440 but acts as additional instance. Load, change and manage your flight plan right from your iPad. Monitor your map for weather and traffic, and view pages independently. The IFD100 display will give you big glass capabilities at a fraction of the cost.

 

Working Together

The IFD440 when paired with the IFD550 or in any combination, leverages Avidyne’s Byteflight databus architecture for cross-communication. In dual installations, the dual-databus architecture allows pilots to enter the flightplan on the familar QWERTY keyboard of one unit, while viewing the Map on the other.

The QWERTY keyboard automatically appears when an alpha-numeric data field is highlighted, making data entry as familiar to you as your computer or smart phone.