Nav Menu Screens
Please refer to the
Map Setup Screens
in the Setup Screens Section of
this manual for further information regarding data settings for each mode.
If you wish to return to the Map Screen at any time, press Key 1, MAP.
Key 2, FLIGHT PLAN, gives you direct access to Flight Planning Mode
where you can manually select, cancel and edit Flight Plans as required.
If you press Key 3, NEAR APTS, you will be presented with
Ten Nearest Airports Screen, on which you can read off the ten airports
nearest to your present position.
If you press Key 4, NEAR NAVAID, you will see
Navaids Screen, giving you details of the ten VORs and NDBs nearest to
you. For more information on
refer to the
later on in this section of the manual.
If you wish to save your present position, press Key 5, SAVE WPT, and
your co-ordinates will be saved as the next available user waypoint
number. Once the user waypoint has been saved, the Screen will revert
to Map Mode
where the new user waypoint will
already feature on the map. This feature is not available when set to
External GPS mode.
The text boxes on this screen give the following information:
Map Mode selected (one of six options described previously)
Position in plain English
Position in latitude/longitude (or the co-ordinate system selected on the
Map Setup Screen)
Track and Ground Speed
MSA for the present position
The MSA box displays the highest Grid MORA value within a ten mile
radius of your present position at all times. See
for a more
detailed explanation of Grid MORA.
The MSA altitudes displayed are advisory in nature only. They
should not be relied upon as the sole source of obstacle and terrain
avoidance information. Always refer to current aeronautical charts
for appropriate minimum clearance altitudes.
Rev 1 Mar/2000
KMD 150 Pilot's Guide