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Enhanced ground proximity warning system
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Mark V and Mark VII EGPWS Pilot's Guide
What is the
• Geometric Altitude, based on GPS altitude, is a
EGPWS?
Continued
• The Runway Awareness & Advisory System (RAAS)
• The S
• The S
Physical
Some of these features have been added to the EGPWS as
the system evolved and are not present in all Enhanced
Description
Ground Proximity Warning Computer (EGPWC) part
numbers. For specific effectivity, refer to an applicable
Airplane Flight Manual (AFM) or EGPWS Airplane Flight
Manual Supplement (AFMS) or contact Honeywell for
assistance.
The EGPWC is packaged in a 2 MCU ARINC 600-6 rack
mounted enclosure weighing less than 8 lbs. No special
vibration isolation mounting or forced air-cooling is
required.
115 VAC (400 Hz.) or 28 VDC versions of the EGPWC are
available. Units are also available with an internal GPS
receiver for required GPS data when another GPS source is
not available.
For more detailed descriptions and information, contact
Honeywell.
060-4241-000
Rev H, August 2011
computed pseudo-barometric altitude designed to reduce
or eliminate altitude errors resulting from temperature
extremes, nonstandard pressure altitude conditions, and
altimeter miss-sets. This ensures an optimal EGPWS
alerting and display capability.
option provides alerts and advisories that increase crew
situational awareness during operations on and around
airports. This feature is an option, enabled by PCMCIA
card, available in -218-218 or later versions.
R
MART
UNWAY
advisories that increase crew situational awareness during
operations on and around airports; combining the RAAS
functions with added improvements for Taxiway Landing,
Taxiway Takeoff, Short Runway Cautions, Visual
Messaging, and Takeoff Flap Monitor (incorrect takeoff
flap configuration). These features are optional, enabled
by PCMCIA card, available in -230-230 or later versions.
L
MART
ANDING
annunciations that supplement flight crew awareness of
un-stabilized approaches, altimeter setting problems,
landing long and select RAAS advisories. These features
are optional, enabled by PCMCIA card, available in -230-
230 or later versions.
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option provides alerts and
TM
option provides visual and aural
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