Appendix c - scratchpad messages – BendixKing KLN 89B - Pilots Guide User Manual
APPENDIX C - SCRATCHPAD MESSAGES
NOTE: Those messages marked with a double dagger symbol (‡) refer to
the KLN 89B only.
Wpt — (Active Waypoint) Appears when you attempt to delete a
user-defined waypoint on the OTH 4 page if the waypoint is the active
waypoint (the waypoint you are navigating to). Another waypoint must
be made the active waypoint before this waypoint can be deleted
from the user-defined waypoint list.
Expire – (Data Base Expired) Appears whenever the pilot attempts
to select an approach from the data base on the APT 8 or ACT 8
page and the data base has expired.
XXX° – (Direct To Course XXX°) Appears when the KLN 89B is in
the OBS mode and is interfaced with an external indicator for which
the KLN 89B cannot change the selected course and the pilot per-
forms a Direct To operation. Since the KLN 89B cannot change the
selected course to the direct to course, the KLN 89B gives you this
message telling you the OBS value that will take the aircraft direct to
the active waypoint.
Ident — (Duplicate Identifier) Appears when you select a waypoint
identifier on one of the waypoint type pages if there is more than one
waypoint of that waypoint type having the same identifier.
Full – (Flight Plan is Full) Appears when an attempt is made to add a
new waypoint to the active flight plan (FPL 0) when it already
contains 20 waypoints and the first waypoint is part of the active leg.
Change the active waypoint or delete another waypoint before adding
any more waypoints.
Add – (Invalid Add) Appears when an attempt is made to add a new
waypoint into the approach. Approach procedures must be flown as
they are stored in the data base.
Del – (Invalid Delete) Appears when an attempt is made to delete
an approach waypoint. Individual approach waypoints cannot be
deleted, you must delete or replace the entire approach.
Ent — (Invalid Entry) Appears when you attempt to enter data which
is not a valid entry. For example, trying to enter a date of 30 FEB 95.
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