|The Garmin GTP 59 is an outside mounted temperature probe that provides raw air temperature data. The GTP 59 is a Resistive Temperature Device (RTD). The temperature input device is a three-wire temperature probe interface. OAT Power Out and OAT High are connected internally at the OAT probe.|
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GARMIN GTP 59 OAT PROBE KIT
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This comes with a probe pigtail 10' in length. We have no wire compatibility information for the G 1000.
This is a resistive temperature probe.
Yes the OAT will work with the G5, however it will require the GAD 13.
Per the installation manual it is strictly for OAT.
Yes, the GTP59 will work with the GNX375.
0.32 lbs approx.
Yes, this is the correct pricing for the Garmin OAT probe. The kit is essentially the probe with the wire.
No, this is just the probe. Please look at 11-17436.