|Part Number:||P/N: 011-00504-00 - Black faceplate|
|Part Number:||P/N: 011-00504-10 - Gray faceplate|
|Condition:||Serviceable (Certified Used)|
|Included:||90 Day Warranty|
|Included:||GPS Antenna, Rack, Connector, Existing Database included with Installation Hardware option|
|Comments:||Some of our GPS-400 sales are for customers who are replacing another GPS-400. These customers do not need the GPS antenna, mounting rack, connectors, or database, and we do not want to charge them for items they do not need.|
|Comments:||If you do not need these items for a new installation, please choose "No" in response to the "Need Installation Hardware" question for a discount.|
The GPS-400 is a more focused version of the GNS-430. It lacks the VOR/LOC/Glideslope Receiver and COMM Transceiver, but is available at a lower price. It still offers the same IFR non-precision approach capability (without vertical guidance) and color Multi-Function Display (MFD). If you don't need or want another NAV or COMM, the GPS-400 is an excellent value.
The GPS-400 is best compared with the King KLN-94, since both are color IFR GPS Navigators with comparable prices. However, the GPS-400 offers some significant advantages:
- If you have flown with a member of the GNS/GNC/GPS 400 or 500 family, you likely already know how to use the GPS-400. Every GPS has its own operating logic, and it is easier (and safer) to use a navigator that is familiar.
- The GPS-400 has a larger display than the KLN-94. (To be fair, it is also a little taller, 2.66 inches to 2 inches.)
- The King factory has run out of displays for the KLN-94, so a KLN-94 with a bad display cannot be repaired. There are no such concerns for the GPS-400.
The GPS-400 contains and integrates the following functions:
- IFR GPS
- Jeppesen database
- Moving Map / MFD
In addition to the color map, the GPS-400 can also display lightning data from a remote WX-500 Stormscope, weather data received via satellite, and traffic from a compatible source.
The GPS-400 can use any of the following Indicators, although the GI-102A is the official choice: