User manual GARMIN CNX 80

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[. . . ] Airworthiness certification support for non-TSO functions is available from AT upon request (see the installation manual for details). This document and the information disclosed herein are proprietary information of Garmin AT. Neither this document nor the information contained herein shall be transmitted, reproduced, copied, or disclosed in any form or by any means without the written authorization of Garmin AT. The information disclosed herein includes trade secrets and confidential business and/or financial information and falls within exemption (b) (4) of 5 USC 552 (FOIA) and the prohibitions of 18 USC 1905. [. . . ] This value appears between the Active and Standby VOR frequencies and to the right. Press Menu/Enter and then each press of the ID/To/Fr key will toggle between the display of the ID (Identifier), To bearing, or From bearing values. Back Course When the Active frequency is an ILS, the Back Course mode will be available for ILS frequencies. Press Menu/Enter and then the Back CRS key to turn Back Course mode on. Test Log The Test Log function allows you to store information about the last time you tested your Nav receiver. The information you can enter includes: Date (month, day, year), Type of test (Differential, Ground, Air), Location (text), Bearing Error (-5 to +5), and name of person logging the test information (text). Nav Radio 1. Turn the Small knob to change the year. 22 Apollo CNX80 Pilot's Guide 5. Differential means the value was referenced to another calibrated source or unit. Turn the Large knob to the next character and turn the Small knob to change the character. When editing is complete, press the Cursor knob again to exit editing the Location. Turn the Small knob the change the value required to center the needle. This value if for recording the name of the person entering the values in the Test Log. Turn the Large knob to the next character and turn the Small knob to change the character. When editing is complete, press the Cursor knob again to exit editing the Name. Nav Radio 23 Apollo CNX80 Pilot's Guide Transponder Control (XPDR) If a remote Apollo SL70 transponder is connected and setup to operate with the CNX80, the Transponder Control Mode will allow you to control your transponder from the CNX80 front panel. Press XPDR to activate Transponder mode. Ident Press the IDNT key once to activate the Ident mode. The key label will be highlighted and an IDNT annunciator will appear by the squawk code for 20 seconds. ON Press the ON key to enable Mode A operation, which shows the fourdigit squawk code. Alt Press the Alt key to enable Mode C operation, which also sends altitude data along with your squawk code. Transponder Line Selection Keys Press the Menu/Enter key to display the keys on the right side of the screen. Emergency Press the Emrgncy key to select the emergency 7700 squawk code. XPDR 24 Apollo CNX80 Pilot's Guide VFR Press the VFR key to select the VOR 1200 squawk code. TrgrSpd The TrgrSpd key allows you to edit the aircraft speed that will switch the transponder automatically between active and standby. [. . . ] Audio messages do not require pilot input and can be turned on or off in the System mode. Messages 1. Turn the Large knob, or press the New or Old keys, to switch between the Old and New Messages. Turn the Small knob to list the available New or Old messages. 42 Apollo CNX80 Pilot's Guide Text Messages Message Description Inside of x, Within x nm of x, Within x min of Special Use Area alert. For Loaded Approach Do NOT use GPS For Primary Navigation Guidance PTK end in x sec GPS Fault Code: xxxx WARNING Low Battery Voltage: Unit Needs Service Parallel Track Ending within x minutes/x seconds WARNING Communications lost with external CNX WARNING Communications lost with Com Radio WARNING Stuck Microphone WARNING Communications lost with Nav Radio Altitude Out of Range, Check Altitude Encoder WARNING Altitude Encoder Communications Failure WARNING Fuel/Air Data Communications Failure Library Flight Plan Memory Loss x Library Plans Deleted WARNING Low Fuel Less Than x Min Check Tanks Countdown Timer 1 Expired Countdown Timer 2 Expired Database Invalid: Integrity check failed Using Manual Mag Var: <deg>°<E or W> Selected approach does not meet requirements for primary guidance by GPS. [. . . ]

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