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Personal Identification Number (pin) Setup; Screen 24: Pin Setup Cover Screen; Screen 25: Pin Incorrect Screen - Honeywell KMD-150 Pilot's Manual

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Setup Screens


We have provided the
security feature of a
Personal Identification
Number (PIN) in your
KMD 150 unit with the
main aim of preventing
unauthorized persons
from using your naviga-
tion equipment. You may
use this Screen to set up
your own choice of a
number. This can be any
permutation of the figures

Screen 24: PIN Setup Cover Screen

1, 2, 3, and 4, e.g. 4412,
2433, 3124 etc.
To access Screen 24, Pin Setup Cover Screen, press Key 4, SETUP, in
Main Menu followed by Key 4, PIN SETUP, in
Screen 21,
Setup Cover
Screen. On entry to this Screen you will find the cursor positioned over
the first of four question marks. The joystick is not active and the current
four-digit PIN must be entered by pressing Keys 2, 3, 4, and 5 (now
labeled 1, 2, 3 and 4 as in the previous illustration). The default PIN
number that will be set
when you receive the
unit, is 1234. As you
enter each number by
pressing each of the rele-
vant keys once, in the
order that matches the
PIN, each question mark
in turn is replaced by an
asterisk and the cursor
moves one step to the
right. When the last digit
is entered, if you have
failed to enter the correct

Screen 25: PIN Incorrect Screen

four digits, Screen 25 will
be displayed.
If you get this PIN INCORRECT message, just press Key 1 PREV PAGE
and you go back to Screen 24 where you can make another attempt to
enter the correct PIN. Unlike many bank Automatic Teller Machines,
there is no limit to the number of attempts you can make to input the cor-
rect PIN to your KMD 150 unit. Should you have the misfortune to forget
your number, keep trying; there are only 256 permutations!
Rev 1 Mar/2000
KMD 150 Pilot's Guide


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