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ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival). This the local time that you will arrive at
your destination based on the rate of speed that you are moving to your
ETE (Estimated Time Enroute). This is how long, in time, that it will take
you to arrive at your destination based upon your present speed to the
XTE (Cross Track Error). XTE is the perpendicular distance from your
present position to the course line you should be on to go to your
Tur n This is the direction you need to turn to put you on the shortest
distance to your destination from your present position.
Elevation This is the distance above sea level that you are presently at.
Time Local time.
Date Current date.
Also, you must be zoomed in to a scale of 0.80 miles or closer for the
horizontal profile to be displayed. Zoom scales higher then 0.80 miles will
cause the data displayed to change to the Two Data Fields and will
change back to Horizontal Profile as you zoom in to 0.80 miles and below.
Terrain Projection Description — This feature allows you to view the
terrain directly ahead of you graphically. It is computed from your present
position and extends in a straight line to the top of your display.
This provides you with instantaneous information on what terrain
elevations are directly in front of you. Your present position and elevation
are indicated at the left side of the display. The maximum elevation for the
terrain ahead of you is displayed above the graph, next to the map scale
indicator. (This function requires that map data has been uploaded from
Magellan MapSend Topo for the United States and that your present
position as well as the projected horizon falls within the area uploaded.)
Like Horizontal Profile, you must be zoomed in to a scale of 0.80 miles or
closer for the projected terrain to be displayed. Zoom scales higher then
0.80 miles will cause the data displayed to change to the Two Data Fields
and will change back to Terrain Projection as you zoom in to 0.80 miles
You should note that when you select Terrain