is pressed to initiate entry. The
Press. Observe that during the next
I to 3 seconds, the computer
converts input into latitude and
longitude for storage in memory.
The stored value is again converted
back to UTM for display to
conversion routines may cause
data displays to change by up to 10
The computer will convert coordinates
in overlap area; however data display
The "W" key may be used to initiate
computer will always interpret such
entries as an "E" input. "E" will be
The extra precision values are always
added to normal values. As an
example, South 4,476.995 m will
display "4476 S" in normal display
and "995" in extra precision display.
In other words, there is no rounding
between the two displays.
Press. Observe right data display
indicates last previously inserted
altitude and left data display is
m. To indicate the following load is
altitude Press keys "4" or "6".
ADVANCE pushbutton annunciator
n. To load altitude in feet Press keys in
sequence. Example: 1230 ft = 1230.
Observe that numbers appear in
right data display as keys are
Altitude inputs are limited to 15,000
Press. Observe that left data display
increases last previously inserted
channel number, and right display
q. To indicate following load is
channel number Press keys "2" or
"8". Observe INSERT/ ADVANCE
pushbutton annunciator illuminates.
r. To load channel number Press keys
in sequence. Example: 109 = 109.
Observe number appears in left data
display as keys are pressed.
Any number will be accepted by INS;
however, only stations with a channel
number within range of "1" through
"126" will be used for TACAN
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