Basic gps operation 3-12 – BendixKing KLN 89B - Pilots Guide User Manual
3.4.1. PAGE SELECTION
It is now time to learn to select a desired page.
NOTE: The cursor function is not used in selecting pages and the
button should not be pressed at this time. If CRSR is annunciat-
ed in the lower left corner of the display, press the
button to turn
the cursor function off.
The right outer knob is rotated to select one of eleven page types for
the display. These eleven page types are the following:
Remember that the page type is displayed at the lower left corner of
the screen. The first three letters of the page type are often used for
annunciation on the screen, for example, CAL represents Calculator
page. The page type is also annunciated by means of a bar at the
bottom of the display, which moves as you turn the right outer knob.
All the page types are listed across the front panel directly under the
display, and the bar will always be
over one of them. For example, let’s
say you were on a NAV page (figure
3-36) and you wanted to turn to a
SET page. You would look at the list
and see that the SET pages are three
places to the right of the NAV pages.
Basic GPS Operation
Basic GPS Operation
APT VOR NDB INT USR ACT NAV FPL CAL SET OTH
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Leg| Ref: ORL
NAV 2 | 030°Fr 0.4nm
Page # Range
Directory of published airports
Directory of published VOR stations
Directory of published non-directional beacons (NDB)
Directory of published named intersections
Directory of user-defined waypoints
Information about the active waypoint
Active and stored flight plans
Distance, bearing, time and fuel calculator; air data
calculations based on pilot-entered inputs
Setting initial position and date/time, updating the
data base, and selecting certain features
Status reports, and deleting user wpts and remarks
KLN 89B's which are approved for non-precision approaches have 8 airport pages.
Varies with the type of waypoints in the active flight plan.
Up to 12 with fuel management system and air data interfaces.