VAR INVALID ALL DATA REFERENCED TO TRUE
(b) When navigation is within the primary
coverage area, the SET 2 page does not display
magnetic variation. However, under the above
conditions, a user-entered magnetic variation may be
made on line 6 of the SET 2 page using the left CRSR
button and the left inner and outer knobs.
d. The Setup 3 Page. The nine airports in the
nearest list are the nine airports that meet the criteria
selected on the SET 3 page. Refer to Figure 3D-83.
Figure 3D-83. SET 3 Page
1. Select the SET 3 page on the left side.
2. Press the left CRSR button to turn on the
left cursor function. The cursor will appear
over the minimum runway length.
3. Use the left inner knob to select the
minimum length runway desired for the
airport to qualify for the nearest airport list.
Values between 1000 feet and 5000 feet
in 100-foot increments may be used.
4. Rotate the left outer knob one step
clockwise to position the cursor over the
runway surface criteria.
5. Turn the left inner knob to select either
HRD SFT or HRD. If HRD SFT is chosen,
both hard and soft surface runways
meeting the required runway length will be
included in the nearest airport list. If HRD
is chosen, only hard surface runways will
be included. Hard surface runways
tarmac, brick, bitumen, and sealed. Soft
surface runways include turf, gravel, clay,
sand, dirt, ice, steel matting, shale, and
e. The Setup 4 Page. The SET 4 page is used
to define the departure time. Refer to Figure 3D-84.
1. Select the SET 4 page.
2. Turn on the left cursor function.
3. Use the left inner knob to select between
RUN WHEN GS > 30KT or RUN WHEN
POWER IS ON.
4. Turn off the left cursor function.
GS > 30KT
Figure 3D-84. SET 4 Page
f. The Setup 5 Page. The height above airport
feature provides an altitude alert annunciator when the
aircraft has reached a selected altitude above the
airport. This feature is enabled/disabled on the SET 5
page. Refer to Figure 3D-85. The altitude is also
selected on the SET 5 page.
Figure 3D-85. SET 5 Page