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Honeywell KGP 560 Pilot Operating Handbook

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Cirrus Design
Section 9
SR22
Supplements
Pilot's Operating Handbook and
FAA Approved Airplane Flight Manual
Supplement
for
Honeywell KGP 560 Terrain
Awareness/Warning System
When the Honeywell KGP 560 Terrain Awareness and Warning
System is installed in the Cirrus Design SR22, this Supplement is
applicable and must be inserted in the Supplements Section (Section
9) of the Cirrus Design SR22 Pilot's Operating Handbook. This
document must be carried in the airplane at all times. Information in
this supplement adds to, supersedes, or deletes information in the
basic SR22 Pilot's Operating Handbook.
• Note •
This POH Supplement Revision dated Revision 1: 12-15-07
supersedes and replaces the original release of this supplement dated
Original: 07-03-04.
P/N 13772-121
1 of 12
Revision 1: 12-15-07

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  • Page 1 Supplement Honeywell KGP 560 Terrain Awareness/Warning System When the Honeywell KGP 560 Terrain Awareness and Warning System is installed in the Cirrus Design SR22, this Supplement is applicable and must be inserted in the Supplements Section (Section 9) of the Cirrus Design SR22 Pilot’s Operating Handbook. This document must be carried in the airplane at all times.
  • Page 2 MFD. For specific MFD operational details refer to the Avidyne FlightMax EX5000C Pilot’s Guide. For specific KGP 560 operational details, refer to the KGP 560 & 860 EGPWS Pilot’s Guide, P/N 006-18254-001, Revision 4 or later. 2 of 12...
  • Page 3 Section 2 - Limitations 1. Do not use the Terrain Awareness Display for navigation of the aircraft. The KGP 560 Terrain Awareness and Warning System is intended to serve as a situational awareness tool only and may not provide the accuracy fidelity on which to solely base terrain or obstacle avoidance maneuvering decisions.
  • Page 4 Section 9 Cirrus Design Supplements SR22 Activate TAWS • Note • If the aircraft horizontal position derived from the Garmin Navigator (GPS 1) is invalid, TAWS will be inoperative and the TERR INOP annunciator will illuminate. 1. SKYWATCH/TAWS Circuit Breaker..........IN 2.
  • Page 5 Section 5 - Performance No Change. Section 6 - Weight & Balance Installation of the Honeywell KGP 560 Terrain Awareness and Warning System adds the following optional (Sym = O) equipment at the weight and arm shown in the following table.
  • Page 6 The 560 GA-EGPWS Processor is powered by 28 VDC through the 5- amp SKYWATCH/TAWS circuit breaker on the Avionics Nonessential Bus. For a additional system information, refer to the KGP 560 & 860 EGPWS Pilot’s Guide, P/N 006-18254-001, Revision 4 or later. System Constraints •...
  • Page 7 Supplements GNS-430 TAWS Annunciator Panel GMA 340 Audio Panel Avidyne PFD KGP 560 Processor Transponder Avidyne MFD TAWS AVIONICS NON-ESSENTIAL Configuration Module SR20_FM09_2031 Figure - 1 Honeywell KGP 560 TAWS Simplified Schematic P/N 13772-121 7 of 12 Revision 1: 12-15-07...
  • Page 8 Section 9 Cirrus Design Supplements SR22 TAWS Annunciator Panel TAWS terrain annunciations and control functions are incorporated into the Annunciator Panel. The panel consists of a momentary pushbutton switch (SELF TEST), an illuminated pushbutton switch (TERR INHIBIT), and three LEDS for Terrain Warning (TERR WARN), Terrain Caution (TERR CAUT), Terrain Inoperative (TERR INOP).
  • Page 9 Cirrus Design Section 9 SR22 Supplements TAWS SELF TERR TERR TERR TERR TEST INHIBIT INOP CAUT WARN SR22_FM09_2032 Annunciator Color Function SELF TEST Provides test function for TAWS TERR INHIBIT AMBER All TAWS alerting functions inhibited TERR INOP AMBER Indicates TAWS inoperative TERR CAUT AMBER Possible terrain or obstacle conflict within 40-60 seconds...
  • Page 10 Section 9 Cirrus Design Supplements SR22 MFD Terrain Awareness Display • WARNING • Do not use the Terrain Awareness Display for navigation of the aircraft. The TAWS is intended to serve as a situational awareness tool only and may not provide the accuracy fidelity on which to solely base terrain or obstacle avoidance maneuvering decisions.
  • Page 11 Cirrus Design Section 9 SR22 Supplements Geometric Altitude versus Measured Sea Level An indication of MSL-G or Geometric Altitude may appear on the left side of the MFD indicating the height above Measured Sea Level (MSL) calculated from the GPS. This data serves as the reference for color-coding for the Terrain Awareness Display Page and as an input to the TAWS Look-Ahead algorithm.
  • Page 12 Section 9 Cirrus Design Supplements SR22 Self Test Proper operation of the TAWS can be verified when the aircraft is on the ground as follows: 1. Select the TAWS page on the MFD 2. Clear all caution messages in the lower right corner 3.

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