If you press Key 3, labeled "CLEAR WPTS", a similar procedure will be
followed, and pressing, "YES" will this time clear all User waypoints from
memory including those being used in Flight Plans.
Use of Key 4, labeled "CLEAR SETUP", will reset all the User-Defined
Options within the unit to their original default values. This also clears
the Note Pad memory.
Key 5, labeled "CLEAR LOG", resets the Total Time Run counters that
and the 2000 in flight logged points from memory.
Key 1, labeled "PREV PAGE", returns you to
or erasing anything in the unit's memory.
On entry to this Screen,
details of the current set-
tings for data output are
displayed in the top box
and a cursor is posi-
tioned over the words
Settings for data output
can be adjusted using
the joystick and the
options available are as
follows. (The default set-
tings are listed first.)
External GPS Source selected:DATA OUTPUT: OFF /
Internal GPS Source selected: DATA OUTPUT: OFF /
Data output when using an external GPS receiver is limited to echoing
the data input. This provides a useful RS232 buffer for connecting other
listening devices to the host GPS data output.
KMD 150 with GPS can output standard aviation RS232 data or NMEA
0183 format RMC and GGA sentences at 9600 baud.
Below the DATA OUTPUT setting is the STORMSCOPE setting. If the
KMD 150 is interfaced to a BFGoodrich WX-500 Stormscope sensor,
this option should be selected to ON. If selected ON, Key 2 will be
labelled STORMSCOPE and will give access to
Stormscope diagnostics cover page. These are not screens, which you
as a user of the KMD 150 should need to access, however if further
Rev 1 Mar/2000
This also clears the last flight time log
Screen 35: Data Input/Output Setup and
RS232 (AR NAV) / NMEA
KMD 150 Pilot's Guide