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[. . . ] OWNER'S MANUAL & REFERENCE ACTV STBY CLR ENT CRSR SQ NRST RTE WPT NAV MSG GNC 300 Pilot's Guide ® TM INTRODUCTION Foreword Software Version 2. 04 or above © 1996 GARMIN Corporation 1200 East 151st Street, Olathe, KS 66062, USA GARMIN (Europe) LTD, Unit 5, The Quadrangle, Abbey Park Industrial Estate, Romsey, U. K. No part of this manual may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, for any purpose without the express written permission of GARMIN. GARMINTM, GNC 300TM, AutoLocateTM, MultiTrac8TM, Spell'N'FindTM, GPSCOMTM and AutoStoreTM are trademarks of GARMIN Corporation and may only be used with permission. All rights reserved. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. GARMIN reserves the right to change or improve their products and to make changes in the content of this material without obligation to notify any person or organization of such changes or improvements. May 1996 190-00067-00 Rev. [. . . ] Use K to select the 2-waypoint route. LEG LEG LEG INCREMENT INCREMENT INCREMENT DISTANCE DISTANCE DISTANCE 4. Rotate O to highlight the initial offset, and use K and O to enter the initial offset value, and R or L. Press E three times to accept the operation values and begin navigation. INITIAL OFFSET ANCHOR WAYPOINT Performing a search and rescue operation. 66 After activating a search and rescue, you will be informed with an `Offset nav in effect' message each time you traverse the route offset from the anchor waypoints. Each time you pass the destination waypoint or one of its subsequent offsets, the leg increment will be added to your present offset, and the route will be automatically reversed. If a search and rescue is interrupted, note the parallel track direction (R or L) and distance on the activation page for route 0. When you resume search and rescue operations, use this as the initial offset. APPENDIX A ROUTES During route navigation, it is sometimes desirable to navigate a specified distance away from the `active leg' to help avoid certain airspaces or regions or bad weather. The GNC 300's parallel track feature will automatically guide you along a selected offset from the active leg (bearing and distance information will be to the waypoints along the original course). Offset Navigation Parallel Track Map Datums SECTION 5 To use offset navigation, or parallel track: 1. Use K to display route 0 (parallel track can only be used on the active route). Use K and O to enter the desired distance and direction (R or L) from the course. DEPARTURE WAYPOINT AI L RP E AN ET E FS NC OF TA DIS ARRIVAL WAYPOINT 5. Press E to accept. It is important to note that offset navigation is only available on route navigation, not direct-to navigation. When offset navigation is activated, an `Offset nav in effect' message will be displayed with the distance and direction noted on the route activation page for route 0. If you enter an offset which causes a leg to be reversed, you'll be informed with an `Ofst too big for rte' message. If you change the active route in any way or perform a direct-to, you'll be informed with an `Offset nav cancelled' message. Parallel Track 67 SECTION 5 Data Transfer Active Route Page APPENDIX A ROUTES Flying and Modifying the Active Route Once a route has been created and activated, the GNC 300 will provide navigation to each route waypoint through the active route and CDI pages. From the active route pages, you may also create and modify the active route, and insert an approach, SID or STAR for your flight. The CDI page will display detailed navigation data on your progress to each route waypoint and provide turn anticipation, waypoint arrival and next desired track information. By understanding the relationship between the active route and CDI pages and the role of the external GPS SEQ switch, you'll be able to get the most out of the GNC 300's advanced route and approach features. Whenever the GNC 300 is navigating a direct-to, route or approach, the active route page will provide a list of the route waypoints in sequence, along with distance, time and course information. You may also create and edit a route directly from the active route page. If you want to save a route created from the active route page (route 0), you must copy it to an open storage route (see page 64) before turning the unit off or activating another route. The active route page may be displayed by pressing the R key and rotating O left continuously. It will automatically appear whenever a route, approach, SID or STAR is activated. To scroll through the active route waypoints: 1. [. . . ] See Sections 5 and 6 for more information. GETTING STARTED Q&A Status & Position SECTION G MAP When does turn anticipation begin, and what bank angle is expected?The GNC 300 will smooth adjacent leg transitions based upon a nominal 15º bank angle (with the ability to roll up to 25º) and provide three pilot cues for turn anticipation: 1) The waypoint annunciator will flash 15 seconds before the turn point and glow steadily 2 seconds prior to the turn anticipation point. 2) A flashing `next dtk' prompt will appear on the GNC 300's CDI field. Set the HSI to the next dtk value when the waypoint annunciator starts flashing. [. . . ]

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