Make the selection in 4, 5, and 6 above by
pressing the left CRSR button and rotating the left
outer knob counterclockwise until it is over the desired
line. Then turn the left inner knob to choose between
the items for a given line. When all selections are
complete, turn off the cursor by pressing the left CRSR
The map scale is also changed by using the left
CRSR button. To change the map scale, press the left
CRSR button to place the cursor over the map scale at
the bottom left corner of the map display. The map
scale choices are the same as for the NAV 5 page,
except there is an additional choice, AUTO, that is
located between the 1 and 1000 nm scale factors.
The AUTO scale factor will automatically choose the
smallest map scale that will display the active waypoint
and, if there is one, the waypoint after the active
waypoint. While taxiing on the airport or flying the
traffic pattern, select the 1-nm or 2-nm scale to display
the airport diagram. All runway designations are
shown on the 1-nm scale. Only the longest runway
designation is shown on the 2-nm scale.
The track up graphics presentation can
only be displayed if the aircraft is moving
at least 2 knots. The heading up or North
up display may be necessary if there is
little or no movement.
Like the NAV 5 page, the Super NAV 5 page
shows a graphic depiction of the direct to waypoint or
the waypoints making up the active flight plan. The
Super NAV 5 page, however, shows waypoint
identifiers. Nearby VOR's, NDB's, and airports may be
added to the graphics display. Refer to Figure 3-17.
To do so, press the right CRSR button to display a pop
up menu on the right side of the screen. Notice from
the menu that a circle with a dot in the center
represents a VOR, a smaller circle represents an NDB,
and a small diamond represents an airport. The
VOR's, NDB's, and airports displayed are those from
the nearest waypoint lists.
Figure 3-17. Super NAV 5 Page
In some parts of the world, VOR's are not
classified into one of the three standard
classes, so TLH must be selected to
display these undefined class VOR's.
When the menu is first displayed, the cursor will
be on the VOR selection field. Rotate the right inner
knob to display TLH, LH, H, or OFF. With TLH
selected, terminal, low altitude, and high altitude
VOR's are selected. In addition, VOR's of undefined
class will be displayed.
If LH is selected, only low altitude and high
altitude VOR's will be displayed. With H selected, only
high altitude VOR's will be displayed. With OFF
selected, no VOR's are displayed.
NDB's and/or airports may be selected by first
using the right outer knob over the NDB or APT
selection field and then using the right inner knob to
select ON or OFF.
The map orientation can be changed by moving
the cursor to the bottom line of the pop up menu and
rotating the right inner knob. The map orientation
choices are the same as for the NAV 5 page.
When the desired selections have been made,
press the right CRSR button to remove the menu.
It is easy to clutter the display. Select a range
scale that allows an uncluttered presentation. Or,
select a less cluttered combination of VOR's, NDB's,
and airports. Press the CLR button to de-clutter the
The NAV 5 and super NAV 5 pages do not
airspace, or other data.
It is possible to change the active waypoint to
any of the flight plan waypoints on this page. Pull the
right inner knob to the out position. This will create a
window at the bottom right corner of the display that
will initially contain the identifier of the active waypoint,
Refer to Figure 3-18. The waypoint contained in this
window will be the default waypoint when the direct to
button is pressed. By turning the right inner knob, it is
possible to scan through the waypoints of the active
flight plan. Turning the knob clockwise will scan
through the waypoints in sequence until the end of the
counterclockwise will scan through the active flight
plan in reverse order until the beginning of the flight