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  • Page 2 Honeywell International Inc. 23500 W 105th Street Olathe, KS 66061 U.S.A CAGE: 22373 Telephone: (800) 601-3099 (U.S.A./ Canada) Telephone: (602) 365-3099 (International) AV8OR 3D User’s Guide © Honeywell International Inc.
  • Page 3 Materials") are the proprietary data of Honeywell International Inc. and Honeywell Intellectual Properties Inc (collectively "Honeywell"). These Materials are provided for the exclusive use of Honeywell Service Centers; Honeywell-authorized repair facilities; operators of Honeywell aerospace products subject to an applicable product support agreement, their wholly owned-subsidiaries or a formally designated third party service provider thereunder;...
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  • Page 5 This license sets forth the entire agreement between you and Honeywell and may only be modified by a writing duly executed by the duly authorized representatives of the parties. © Honeywell International Inc.
  • Page 6 AV8OR 3D User Guide Honeywell Copyright - Notice Copyright 2008, Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. Honeywell is a registered trademark of Honeywell International Inc. All other marks are owned by their respective companies. © Honeywell International Inc.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    User Guide: Version: 4.3 Size: 7 x 9 Mode: Printing 5/23/06 DRAFT – FOR REVIEW ONLY Contents Welcome to AV8OR 3D A Word of Caution About This Manual Quick Start Guide Chapter 1 Overview Your Tablet PC Installing AV8OR 3D in Your Aircraft Activating Your XM Satellite Receiver Understanding the AV8OR 3D Display Top Information Area...
  • Page 8 DRAFT Contents Flying with AV8OR 3D Chapter 3 Preparing for Flight Starting the INU Starting the Tablet PC Error Messages Starting the Weather Service Selecting the Barometer or GPS Creating a Flight Plan Viewing Airport Diagrams and Approach Plates In Flight Displaying Views Checking the Weather Terrain Awareness (TAWS)
  • Page 9 DRAFT Contents Safety, License Agreement, Warranty, and Technical Appendix A Support Important Safety Precautions and Environmental Specifications Electrical Safety Battery Pollution Degree Category Other Required Disclosures and Compliances CSA Approval End User License Agreement Warranty Technical Support AV8OR 3D User Guide...
  • Page 10 DRAFT Contents AV8OR 3D User Guide...
  • Page 11: Welcome To Av8Or 3D

    All terrain information is relative to your GPS position and barometric pressure readings, and so is subject to error. Airports, navaids, airspaces, as well other airport data is provided by Honeywell and can also be subject to error.
  • Page 12 DRAFT Welcome to AV8OR 3D AV8OR 3D User Guide...
  • Page 13: Quick Start Guide

    Your Tablet PC While the Tablet PC is a multifunction device that you can use as a home computer, it has been specifically configured by Honeywell to run the AV8OR 3D. This includes display and other settings within the PC. Altering these settings may affect AV8OR 3D functionality.
  • Page 14: Activating Your Xm Satellite Receiver

    DRAFT Activating Your XM Satellite Receiver Activating Your XM Satellite Receiver Note: Prior to connecting the weather receiver, you must subscribe to an XM Aviator or Aviator Lite service. Call XM Satellite at (800) 985-9200 for more information. Turn on the INU and XM weather receivers with the antenna visible to satellites.
  • Page 15: Understanding The Av8Or 3D Display

    DRAF Understanding the AV8OR 3D Display Understanding the AV8OR 3D Display This is the main view of AV8OR 3D. It displays the terrain in 2D and 3D, along with information about the flight. Top Information Area Flight Plan Information Menus Altimeter Course Deviation Indicator...
  • Page 16: Top Information Area

    DRAFT Understanding the AV8OR 3D Display Top Information Area The display information at the top of the tablet PC shows the following items: Estimated local time of arrival The estimated time of arrival (ETA) is given in the time zone set on the PC, not necessarily the time zone of the departure airport.
  • Page 17: Altimeter

    DRAFT Understanding the AV8OR 3D Display Above this line of items is the message area (MSG) which displays important messages such as notifying you of: • being close to an airspace • inside an airspace • off course Altimeter An altimeter is displayed on the right side of the screen as a transparent tape, graduated in hundreds of feet, and an arrow outlined in yellow displaying...
  • Page 18: Course Deviation Indicator

    DRAFT Understanding the AV8OR 3D Display Barometric Pressure The altitude provided is computed using the pressure sensor built into the INU, in reference to barometric pressure at sea level or as advised by Air Traffic Control (ATC). If barometric pressure is not available, such as in a pressurized aircraft, GPS altitude may be alternatively selected Vertical Speed Vertical speed is indicated by a numeric value and a green arrow that moves next...
  • Page 19: Using Buttons And On-Screen Menus

    DRAFT Using Buttons and On-screen Menus Using Buttons and On-screen Menus This section describes how to display menu choices and select information in AV8OR 3D using On-screen buttons. Using Tablet PC Buttons and Main Display Items The buttons are located at the top of the tablet PC. There are five buttons, and an arrow keypad.
  • Page 20: Using On-Screen Menus

    DRAFT Using On-screen Menus Arrow Keypad The arrow keypad has three modes of use: Zoom Mode The up and down arrows can be used for zooming, and the left and right arrows can be used for controlling the brightness of the display. Pan Mode Use the arrow keys to pan up, down, left, and right of your aircraft position, or around airport diagrams or approach charts.
  • Page 21 DRAFT Using On-screen Menus Menu Choices AV8OR 3D User Guide...
  • Page 22: Shutting Down Av8Or 3D

    DRAF Shutting Down AV8OR 3D Shutting Down AV8OR 3D To shut down AV8OR 3D: Exit the AV8OR 3D program Press the menu button and select the Exit button in the lower left portion of the screen. Power off the INU Power off the tablet PC AV8OR 3D User Guide...
  • Page 23 DRAFT Shutting Down AV8OR 3D AV8OR 3D User Guide...
  • Page 24: Installing Av8Or In Your Aircraft

    User Guide: Version 4.4 Size: 7 x 9 Mode: Printing 5/23/06 DRAFT – FOR REVIEW ONLY Installing AV8OR 3D in Your Aircraft Installing the INU and Antenna The INU battery may be partially charged when you take it out of the box. The INU will charge itself while plugged into the electrical system during the time the aircraft is running.
  • Page 25: Inu Panel Indicators

    DRAFT Attaching the Mount INU Panel Indicators • The power LED is green. • When the GPS or INU LED is blinking, it indicates that some data packets are being lost. This could occur for multiple reasons: • Poor Bluetooth connection can occur if the tablet PC and the INU are too far apart from each other or if there are obstacles between the two devices blocking the signal.
  • Page 26: Connecting The Power Supply And Cables

    DRAFT Connecting the Power Supply and Cables Connecting the Power Supply and Cables Your power supply has three cables. One cable connects to the cigarette lighter, one to the tablet PC, and the third to the INU. The INU cable has a locking, threaded plug on the end.
  • Page 27 DRAFT Connecting the Power Supply and Cables AV8OR 3D User Guide...
  • Page 28: Flying With Av8Or 3D

    User Guide: Chapter 3 Flying with VistaNav Version 4.4 Size: 7 x 9 Mode: Printing 5/23/06 DRAFT – FOR REVIEW ONLY Flying with AV8OR 3D The following sections will guide you through a flight using AV8OR 3D. Be sure to familiarize yourself with the button and menu choices described in the Quick Start section.
  • Page 29 DRAFT Preparing for Flight If the database has expired, the AV8OR 3D navigational component will still operate normally. However, the aeronautical information will no longer be valid and may not be accurate. Acknowledge the status of the database by pressing any hardware button on the tablet PC.
  • Page 30: Error Messages

    • “Error - No Bluetooth radio component found. Please activate the Bluetooth radio and retry. If the error persists, contact Honeywell Customer Support.” There is a fault between the INU and tablet PC Bluetooth connection. This could indicate that the INU and tablet PC might be two far from each other, or there may be an obstacle between the two units causing some kind of inter- ference.
  • Page 31 DRAFT Preparing for Flight • METAR/TAF: These are weather reports from the National Weather Service. If either or both of these reports are available for a particular airport, a Wx button will be active on the right side of the Direct To or Nearest dialog. •...
  • Page 32: Selecting The Barometer Or Gps

    DRAFT Preparing for Flight Selecting the Barometer or GPS To select the barometer: Press the Altitude Settings box at the bottom of the altimeter tape to display the INU/Simu tab of the Setup screen. In the Altimeter field a pull-down menu allows you to choose Barometric alti- tude or GPS altitude.
  • Page 33 DRAFT Preparing for Flight Flight plans may also be imported from other sources. For more information, Note: “Downloading Databases, Updates, and Manuals” on page Select New from the menu on the right side of the screen. This displays the Flight Plan Edit screen. AV8OR 3D User Guide...
  • Page 34 DRAFT Preparing for Flight Name your flight plan by tapping in the Name field to display the Virtual Keyboard and typing a name for your plan. Pressing the “<“ button to the right of the name field will clear the field. AV8OR 3D User Guide...
  • Page 35 DRAFT Preparing for Flight To enter a waypoint into the flight plan, press the Insert button. This will bring you to the waypoint search screen, where you can search for Airports, VORs, NDBs and intersections. You can press the Info, Plates, or Wx buttons on this screen to display more information about each waypoint.
  • Page 36: Viewing Airport Diagrams And Approach Plates

    DRAFT Preparing for Flight By default, the bottom line of the flight plan “~~~~~~~” will always be high- lighted, thereby adding new waypoints to the bottom of your flight plan. If you would like to insert a new waypoint in the middle of a flight plan, simply highlight the desired line in the flight plan before pressing Insert.
  • Page 37: In Flight

    DRAFT In Flight When the selection is complete, press the ENTER button to validate the choice. The “<“button may be used at any time to clear the data entry field. To enter the code with the tablet PC stylus: Tap on the input field to display the virtual keyboard. b.
  • Page 38 DRAFT In Flight Displaying the 2D View The 2D view provides a top-down view of the terrain and course of the aircraft, similar to a moving map display. The current filter view (VFR1/VFR2/IFR/App) will dictate whether the ground and navigation features such as obstacles, waypoints, and airspaces are displayed.
  • Page 39 DRAFT In Flight Track Target Track Indicator Airport Lighted Obstacle Flight Plan Scale The course can be displayed by a track line. The length of the track line can be specified in the Display tab on the Setup dialog. An active flight plan or an instrument procedure is shown as a magenta line. The 2D view can be oriented with the track of the aircraft pointing up, or with north pointing up.
  • Page 40 DRAFT In Flight Zooming and Panning in the 2D View AV8OR 3D provides the ability to zoom in/out on the 2D view in order to see close-in detail, or to get a larger image of the general flight area. There are two ways to zoom in/out when in either the Full 2D or Split 2D/3D view.
  • Page 41 DRAFT In Flight There are three display options: • Track line is hidden. • Track line is straight, showing the actual heading of the aircraft. • Track line is curved, displaying the predicted trajectory of the aircraft. You can specify the length of the line in minutes of flight, nautical miles, or inches on the tablet PC screen.
  • Page 42 DRAFT In Flight Airspace Airspace boundaries are shown as thick lines. Terminal airspaces boundaries are shown in blue, MOA in magenta, and special use airspaces in orange. When the aircraft is either close to the airspace, or inside the airspace, the interior of the airspace is shaded.
  • Page 43: Checking The Weather

    DRAFT In Flight Special use airspace Temporary Flight Restriction (TFR) Retrieving Additional Information in the 2D View Summary and detail information about objects in the 2D view such as Controlled Airspaces, Airports and VORs may be obtained by pressing the object. This will bring up a summary information window next to the object.
  • Page 44 DRAFT In Flight Observed lightning is depicted on the 2D map by a small lightning bolt symbol at each strike location. Freezing/Icing levels (Icing) Freezing levels are depicted using an area color chart. A legend of colors repre- senting freezing altitudes is provided at the bottom of the 2D display when this function is selected.
  • Page 45 DRAFT In Flight The altitude for winds aloft is show at the bottom of the legend window and may be varied by pressing the “+” and “-” buttons to the right of the Wx menu. Due to the nature of winds aloft data, you may need to zoom out on the 2D window to get an accurate picture of winds in the vicinity.
  • Page 46 DRAFT In Flight summary pop-up window to display detailed airport information. If weather information is available for this airport, the Wx button will allow you to display the weather at the airport. The airport must display a diamond indicating that current weather is available. Removing Weather Data From the 2D Display In order to remove all weather data from the 2D display, Select “Wx”...
  • Page 47 DRAFT In Flight Track Indicator Bank Indicator Predictor Pitch Indicator Airport Intersec- tion If a flight plan or an instrument procedure is activated, a highway in the sky (HITS) is shown in magenta. Track Indicator in 3D View The track indicator is a band at the top of the 3D view. A yellow arrow represents the value of the magnetic track, and contains the numerical value in degrees.
  • Page 48 DRAFT In Flight Artificial Horizon The artificial horizon display is a consolidation of the bank indicator and the pitch indicator. Each graduation on the bank indicator represents 10 degrees. The pitch indicator has graduations at every degree between +5 and -5 degrees, and a graduation at +10 and -10 degrees as well.
  • Page 49: Terrain Awareness (Taws)

    DRAFT In Flight Terrain Awareness (TAWS) The Terrain awareness function changes the color of the terrain according to the ground distance at the current altitude of the aircraft. Green terrain coloring means the aircraft is more than the set altitude above the terrain, yellow that the aircraft is above the terrain, but not more than the preset alert altitude, and red the aircraft is below the terrain.
  • Page 50: Navigating

    DRAFT Navigating Navigating AV8OR 3D has four navigation modes: • Direct To • Radar Vectors • Flight Plan • Procedures Creating a Direct To The Direct To function is helpful for building a quick flight plan from the current location to a specific point. It can also be used to amend a flight plan. To Create a Direct To with a Flight Plan: When a flight plan (or an instrument procedure) is activated, select the type FPL.
  • Page 51 DRAFT Navigating Select one of these waypoints, and press the Direct To button to make the flight plan act as if the next waypoint is the one selected. Creating a Direct To with an Airport Type When the airport type is selected, the central table displays a list of airports, including for each one its name, its bearing and its distance from the aircraft posi- tion, its elevation, and the longest runway length.
  • Page 52 DRAFT Navigating Highlight the Direct To menu item and press ENTER to build and activate a direct flight plan from the current location of the aircraft to the highlighted airport. The Info button displays a page containing detailed information about the airport runways and frequencies, as well as additional remarks.
  • Page 53 DRAFT Navigating Direct To with a VOR, an NDB, or an Intersection Type The application of the Direct To function with a VOR, an NDB, or an intersection is similar to the application of Direct To for airports. The differences are: •...
  • Page 54 DRAFT Navigating AV8OR 3D User Guide...
  • Page 55: Radar Vectors

    DRAFT Navigating Radar Vectors The Radar Vectors function allows you to navigate by specifying heading and altitude vectors. This is useful when following Radar Vector instructions from Air Traffic Control (ATC). To use the Radar Vectors function, select RV from the Main menu. Any currently active navigation, such as a Direct-To or Flight Plan, will be deactivated and placed “on hold.”...
  • Page 56: Amending Your Flight Plan

    DRAFT Navigating The selected heading can be easily altered by pressing the (-) and (+) magenta buttons found to the right and left of the top heading indicator. Similarly, the selected altitude can be easily altered by pressing the (-) and (+) magenta buttons found at the top and bottom of the altitude tape.
  • Page 57: Displaying The Nearest Object

    DRAFT Navigating Choose from the following: Inserts a new destination or waypoint in the flight plan. The default edit line appears at the end of the flight plan. If you select an existing line in the flight plan and tap Insert, the new line will appear above the high- lighted line.
  • Page 58 DRAFT Navigating AV8OR 3D User Guide...
  • Page 59: Activating Approach Procedures

    DRAFT Navigating Nearest with an Airport Type If you choose an airport, the central table displays a list of airports, including its name, bearing and distance from the aircraft position, elevation, and the longest runway length. The bottom part of the dialog displays the name of the airport, exact location, basic information about the runways, and the most useful frequencies in use at this airport.
  • Page 60 DRAFT Navigating Menu Item Description Plots a course directly to the selected airport. When a procedure is highlighted, press the Activ button to activate the procedure. Allows you to search for an airport not currently listed in your flight plan. You can search by airport code or name.
  • Page 61: Shutting Down Av8Or 3D

    DRAFT Shutting Down AV8OR 3D Caution: When an instrument procedure is activated, a full deviation of the CDI represents 2.5º. Shutting Down AV8OR 3D To shut down AV8OR 3D: Exit the AV8OR 3D program Press the Menu button and select the Exit button in the lower left portion of the screen.
  • Page 62 DRAFT Using the Simulator Mode To change the default start-up airport: Press the Menu button to display the menu. Select the Cfg button to display the Setup dialog. Select the INU/Simu tab Click on the “Position at” field. A virtual keyboard will display allowing you to select an airport using a 4-letter ICAO station identifier.
  • Page 63 DRAFT Using the Simulator Mode To control the aircraft: In the Simulator pop-up window, use the stylus to move the “Control Stick” icon and simulate the aircraft attitude: turn, descend and climb. Note: Touching the “Control Stick” closer to bottom of the stick provides smaller, graduated movements.
  • Page 64: Configuring Your Av8Or 3D

    User Guide: Chapter 4 Configuring Your VistaNav Version 4.4 Size: 7 x 9 Mode: Printing 5/23/06 DRAFT – FOR REVIEW ONLY Configuring Your AV8OR 3D Configuration Settings Use the information in the following sections to customize your AV8OR 3D. To access the Setup screen, press the Menu button and then the Cfg button on the Menu.
  • Page 65: Display Settings

    DRAFT Configuration Settings Display Settings Press the Display tab to view the following settings. The Display tab allows you to set the following: Menu Choice Available Settings Light mode Day or night Map orientation (2D) Track or North Horizon on moving map On if you want to see the artificial horizon displayed on the 2D moving map view.
  • Page 66 DRAFT Configuration Settings Menu Choice Available Settings Track line graphic (2D) No track line, straight, curved. Track line measurement Minutes, Nautical miles, or inches Menu always visible Check to always display the Menu on the left side of your screen. Show expired TFRs Check to display all expired TFRs in addition to the one that are already...
  • Page 67: Time And Date

    DRAFT Configuration Settings Time and Date Press the Time & Date tab to view the time and date of your location. AV8OR 3D obtains the time from the GPS. AV8OR 3D User Guide...
  • Page 68: Inu And Simulator

    DRAFT Configuration Settings INU and Simulator Press the INU/Simu tab to view the following INU and Simulator settings. AV8OR 3D User Guide...
  • Page 69 DRAFT Configuration Settings INU Settings Menu Choice Available Settings Altimeter mode Barometric or GPS altitude Barometric settings Used to calibrate the display with the baro- metric sensor in the INU. In the Barometric Settings field, press the display to highlight the barometric number. Use the rocker button on the top of the tablet PC to adjust the barometric setting up or down.
  • Page 70: Gps

    DRAFT Configuration Settings Press the GPS tab to view the current satellite count and strength of signals. The GPS tab provides a visual reference of satellite acquisition status. The signal bars give the strength of the signal for each satellite in view. The sky view shows the location of each satellite relative to the receiver's last known position.
  • Page 71: Power

    DRAFT Configuration Settings Power Press the Power tab to display the power status of both the LS800 tablet PC and the INU-75GB. AV8OR 3D User Guide...
  • Page 72: Xm Information

    DRAFT Configuration Settings XM Information Press the XM Info tab to display XM receiver information. This tab is used to activate the XM Satellite receiver unit. It also provides informa- tion about the connection between the tablet PC and this receiver, your receiver serial number, the type of service you subscribe from XM, and the quality of the signal (low values of BER indicate a good reception).
  • Page 73: Weather

    DRAFT Configuration Settings The XM weather service products displayed are: • METAR • • • High Resolution NEXRAD Radar • Precipitation Type (at surface) • Satellite Mosaic Weather Press the Weather tab to display the NEXRAD (Radar, Precipitation) and Clouds Tops (Satellite Mosaic) legend.
  • Page 74: Display Filters

    DRAFT Configuration Settings Display Filters You can modify the features that you want to see on the display for the 2D and 3D views. On each view you have up to 4 display filter configurations that you can set up the way you want.
  • Page 75: Log Flights

    DRAFT Configuration Settings Log Flights AV8OR 3D logs flight information for every flight using the INU. Each time you start a flight, AV8OR 3D detects your departure airport and your arrival airport. AV8OR 3D logs the airports, the duration of the flight, and the date of the flight in the Log Flights tab.
  • Page 76 This product contains a NiMH custom battery pack. This battery pack is to be replaced only by an approved Honeywell facility. Any attempt to change the battery yourself, or to open the case of the INU will void the warranty of the unit.
  • Page 77 :For technical support of this product please contact your local Bendix/King Dealer. To locate the Bendix/King Dealer nearest you visit www.Bendixking.com. For additional support contact Honeywell Customer & Product Support: at: US/Canada: 800-601-3099 International: 602-365-3099 Fax: 602-365-3343 © Honeywell International Inc. Do not copy without express permission of Honeywell.
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