User manual GARMIN GPS 165 TSO PILOT'S GUIDE
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Manual abstract: user guide GARMIN GPS 165 TSOPILOT'S GUIDE
Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] OWNER'S MANUAL & REFERENCE
GPS 165TSO Pilot's Guide
This manual is written for software versions 3. 06 or above, and is not suitable for earlier software versions.
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190-00066-00 Rev. [. . . ] If you enter an offset which causes a leg to be reversed, you'll be informed with the message `Ofst too big for rte'. If you change the active route in any way, perform a direct-to, or re-activate the route, you'll be informed with an`Offset nav cancelled' message.
Flying and Modifying the Active Route Once a route has been created and activated, the GPS 165 will provide navigation to each route waypoint through the active route and CDI pages. From the active route pages, you may 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 GPS SEQ switch, you'll be able to get the most out of the GPS 165's advanced route and approach features. Whenever the GPS 165 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 54) 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 also appear automatically whenever a route, approach, SID or STAR is activated.
To scroll through the active route waypoints: 1. Rotate K with the flashing cursor inactive (or O with the cursor active).
DIRECT-TO & ROUTE NAV
Flying the Active Route
USING THE ACTIVE ROUTE PAGE The GPS 165's active route page provides a working list of the route you are navigating, allowing you to view all route waypoints, along with distance, and timing or desired track information. The scrolling arrow prompt to the left of the route waypoint list indicates which way to scroll to view additional route waypoints. The active route page can also be used to manually select your next `active to' destination, which allows you to fly the route out of sequence without modifying it. The GPS 165 will resume navigation of the remainder of the route in sequence once you arrive at the selected waypoint.
The active leg identifiers field, located at the top left of the page, displays the waypoint identifiers of the route leg you are currently navigating. The first waypoint identifier displayed is the `active from' waypoint. The line connecting these waypoints is known as the `active leg'. If you are navigating a direct-to, the field will display the destination only.
DIRECT-TO & ROUTE NAV
Adding Active Route Waypoints
The `cum or leg' field can be selected to display cumulative distance and ete/eta or the distance and ete/eta for each individual route leg. If cumulative is selected, the first leg's distance will be displayed, while the second leg will represent the first leg's distance plus the second leg, and so on. This also applies to the ete/eta field, which may also be configured to display the desired track (dtk) for each leg, regardless of the cumulative or leg selection.
To change the leg and ete/eta fields: 1. With the flashing cursor active, rotate O to highlight the field you want to change. Rotate K to select the desired setting and press C.
Active route page with desired track displayed.
The active route page may also be used to create a new route or edit the route you are currently navigating (approach, SID or STAR waypoints cannot be edited), and provides a fast method of selecting any route waypoint as your next destination waypoint without modifying the active route. If you are editing the active route and want to save it in its original form, copy it to an open storage route before editing.
To add waypoints to the active route:
Adding a waypoint to the active route.
1. [. . . ] Set the HSI to the next dtk value when the waypoint annunciator starts flashing. 3) The To/From indicator on the GPS CDI will flip momentarily to indicate that you have crossed the midpoint of the turn. Whenever an approach is selected and armed, the GPS 165 will begin a smooth CDI scale transition from the 5. 0 nm to the 0. 3 nm scale 30 nm from the destination airport (see right). The CDI scale will remain at the 0. 3 nm scale from the FAF to the MAP during the active approach. [. . . ]
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