Page Display Definitions
turn, #0 will be defined as the point at which the aircraft completes the
turn and intercepts the direct course to the fix. #0 will momentarily be
displayed on an EFIS map. #0 can only be defined by the system.
#1 The position at the point where the POSITION FIX Page was last
accessed via the HOLD Key. #1 can only be defined by the system.
Power Off Waypoint
The Power Off Waypoint is a set of coordinates retrieved as the last
known position when power is lost enroute. This page should be
accessed by inserting #OFF in the IDENT field on the POSITION FIX
Page after power has been restored and Initialization Enroute has
The Power Off Waypoint des-
ignator. (Figure 2-88)
The last present position
coordinates at loss of power.
Coordinates are stored in
non-volatile memory. (Figure
The actual time (Greenwich Mean Time) of power loss. (Figure 2-88)
The total time elapsed during power off. (Figure 2-88)
Aircraft track at time of power off. (Figure 2-88)
Last groundspeed in knots at time of power off. (Figure 2-88)
OCEANIC REPORTING WAYPOINTS
These waypoints are in the database and are used for oceanic posi-
tion reporting. These waypoints can be added to the FPL by typing
special numbers. See
3, ADDING A WAYPOINT.
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