Garmin G500(H)/G600/G700 TXi – CiES probes

The 2020 version of Garmin’s G500(H)/G600/G700 TXi Software v3.10 documentation reveals specified support for CiES probes (fuel senders). This is specified on page 10 of the report.

Most common resistive fuel senders are supported as well as CiES probes. Select capacitive fuel senders and fuel conditioners are also approved.

Most common resistive fuel senders are supported as well as CiES probes. Select capacitive fuel senders and fuel conditioners are also approved.

G500(H)/G600/G700 TXi Software v3.10

You can view or download the pdf report here: https://static.garmin.com/pumac/190-01717-31_a.pdf.

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Established in 2012, CiES is now the largest supplier of aviation fuel quantity probes and senders. They are the recognized leader in the design, development, certification, and manufacture of electronic sensor solutions for original equipment manufacturers, as well as direct-to-market consumer products. Through the creative application of cutting-edge technologies, CiES creates complex end-to-end solutions. This is a company that is changing the game in aviation technology and revolutionizing the way we navigate the skies. Aiming at future growth and innovation, CiES is pushing the boundaries of what is possible.​

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