Skyforce Avionics Ltd. if in the United Kingdom) and provide them with
your Serial Number and the Lockout Number. Your details will be veri-
fied and checked against a database and register of stolen units. Once
the operator is satisfied that the unit has not been stolen and that you are
the officially recognized owner, you will be given an Unlock Code
This Unlock Code is a 10-digit number. You must enter this into your
The digits will replace the question marks as each
one is entered. The Unlock Number is deemed to be entered as the last
digit is input. Every time an incorrect unlock number is entered, the unit
will generate a new LOCK OUT number. This makes it impossible for a
would be thief to stumble upon the unlock number by trial and error. The
chances of guessing the correct unlock code are 10 million to 1.
Once a lock out has occurred and the unit has been re-activated with an
unlock number, the PIN will be reset to the default of 1234.
Be very careful if you activate the Auto Power On Lock feature.
Locking yourself out of the system can be very inconvenient.
NEW DATABASE CARD WARNING
If, during initialization, the
unit detects a new data-
base card, the software
will check through the
Flight Plans programmed
into the unit and validate
Whenever you build a
Flight Plan by using items
from the database card,
the Name, Lat. and Long
of each chosen item is
Screen 56: Flight Plan Change Warning
copied into RAM along
with a note of which data-
base and which country
you extracted it. When a new database card is detected, each item in
each Flight Plan is checked against the new database.
This is done by reading the first item from the first Flight Plan in RAM and
conducting a search through the relevant part of the new database card
looking for a Name match. If a perfect match is found for the Name, the
Lat. and Long are then checked and if they match correctly also, then no
action is required and the software goes on to check the next item.
If a discrepancy is found in either, Lat. or Long, Screen 56 will appear
showing the new information for the User waypoint in question. You
must confirm that you are aware of the change by pressing Key 1.
Rev 1 Mar/2000
KMD 150 Pilot's Guide