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Normal Procedures - Honeywell EGPWS MK V Pilot's Manual

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A successful test is accomplished if all expected indications are
observed and no inoperative functions or display anomalies are
indicated or observed.
For more specific information, refer to an applicable AFM or
EGPWS AFMS, or contact Honeywell.
The EGPWS provides visual and/or audio alerts for detected:
• potentially dangerous terrain conditions (modes 1 – 4, TCF,
TAD),
• below glideslope conditions (mode 5),
• descent below predefined altitudes or excessive bank angle
(mode 6),
• severe windshear conditions (mode 7)
These consist of warning, caution, and advisory alerts based on the
detection alert threshold penetration. The following list identifies
the various alerts by type and mode:
ALERT
(SIREN) "WINDSHEAR (3x)"
Any "PULL UP"
"CAUTION WINDSHEAR"
"TERRAIN, TERRAIN"
"OBSTACLE, OBSTACLE"
"TERRAIN"
"APPROACHING MINIMUMS"
"MINIMUMS"
"CAUTION TERRAIN"
"CAUTION OBSTACLE"
"TOO LOW TERRAIN"
"TOO LOW GEAR or FLAPS"
Altitude callouts
"SINK RATE"
"DON'T SINK"
"GLIDESLOPE"
"BANK ANGLE"
NOTE: Visual and audio indications may vary and procedures provided are
representative. Refer to an applicable AFM or EGPWS AFMS for specific
implementation.
WARN
CAUT.
ADV.
7
1,2,TA
7
2, TA
TA
2
TA
TA
4, TCF
4
1
3
5
060-4241-000 • Rev. D - March 2000
MK V & MK VII EGPWS Pilot Guide
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