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KAP 140
Pilot's Guide
Bendix/King
®
Autopilot System
Rev. 2 May 02
006-18034-0000

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    KAP 140 Pilot’s Guide Bendix/King ® Autopilot System Rev. 2 May 02 006-18034-0000...

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    All rights reserved. Reproduction of this publication or any portion thereof by any means without the express written permission of Honeywell International Inc. is prohibited. For further information contact the Manager, Technical Publications; Honeywell; One Technology Center; 23500 West 105th Street; Olathe,...

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    Revision History and Instructions Manual KAP 140 Pilot’s Guide Revision 2, May 2002 Part Number 006-18034-0000 This revision makes some of the changes for software version 03/01 more consistent throughout the Pilot’s Guide. The affected pages are 9, 12, 13, 55, 58, 83, 86 and 109.

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    Revision History and Instructions Manual KAP 140 Pilot’s Guide Revision 1, April 2002 Part Number 006-18034-0000 This revision incorporates changes for software version 03/01.

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    Revision History and Instructions Manual KAP 140 Pilot’s Guide Revision 0, June 1998 Part Number 006-18034-0000 This is the original version of this publication.

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  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    KAP 140 Single Axis Operation ........9...

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    Operations With The KAP 140 ........90...

  • Page 9: Introduction

    The first of a malfunction. In addition to relia- of its type developed by Honeywell, bility, the KAP 140 is designed to be this system brings digital technology easily maintained in the field. and reliability into the light aircraft Qualified Honeywell Service Centers cockpit.

  • Page 10: General Description

    KAP 140 Single Axis KAP 140 Two Axis/Altitude Autopilot System Preselect Autopilot System The KAP 140 Single Axis system is The KAP 140 Two Axis system pro- an entry level digital panel-mount vides both lateral and vertical modes autopilot, offering lateral modes only with altitude preselect.

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    HSI) HSI) HSI) Auto 45-degree Intercept Standard Standard Standard (with DG only) (with DG only) (with DG only) TEST Manual and Auto Trim Monitor Both Both Both Acceleration Monitor KAP 140 System Capabilities Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 12: System Integration

    The individual system diagrams on pages 5, 6, and 7 show the compo- nents and their relationship in typical KAP 140 Single Axis, KAP 140 Two Axis, and KAP 140 Two Axis/Altitude Preselect systems. The actual com- ponents on individual systems may...

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    KI 525A Pictorial Flux Detector Trim Interrupt Navigation Indicator (Optional) AUTO KCS 55A Slaved Compass System (Optional) KA 51B Slaving Accessory Control Manual WheelSteering Electrical Trim (Optional) (Optional) KAP 140 Single Axis System Diagram Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

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    KI 525A Pictorial Flux Detector Disconnect/ Navigation Indicator Trim Interrupt KCS 55A Slaved AUTO Compass System (Optional) KA 51B Slaving Accessory Control Manual WheelSteering Electrical Trim (optional) KAP 140 Two Axis System Diagram Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

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    KI 525A Pictorial Flux Detector Disconnect/ Navigation Indicator Trim Interrupt AUTO KCS 55A Slaved Compass System (Optional) KA 51B Slaving Accessory Control Manual WheelSteering Electrical Trim (optional) KAP 140 Two Axis/Altitude Preselect System Diagram Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 16: Power Application And Preflight Tests

    Introduction Power Application and Preflight Tests KAP 140 KAP 140 Preflight Test KAP 140 KAP 140 Preflight Test Complete For two-axis units only: A preflight test is performed upon power application to the com- NOTE: Following the preflight test, puter. This test is a sequence of...

  • Page 17: Kap 140 Single Axis Operation

    Single Axis Operation KAP 140 Single Axis Operation The KAP 140 is a high-performance digital, panel-mounted autopilot sys- tem for light aircraft. KAP 140 Single-axis Flight Control Computer KAP 140 Full Single-axis KAP 140 Display 1. AUTOPILOT ENGAGE/DISEN- and maintain the heading selected...

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    (for 2 sec- onds). 8. AUTOPILOT ENGAGED (AP) ANNUNCIATION - Illuminates whenever the autopilot is engaged. Flashes during pilot initiated or auto- matic disengagement. Only applica- ble for software versions 03/01 or later. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

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    Single Axis Operation This page intentionally left blank Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 20: System Operating Modes

    For software version 03/01 and later, the AP button must be pressed and held for 0.25 seconds to engage the autopilot. 2 MIN. NO PITCH NOTE: The KAP 140 engages into INFORMATION ROL mode as a default. Rev. 2 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM May/02...

  • Page 21: Heading Select (hdg) Mode

    AP button must be pressed and held for 0.25 seconds to engage the autopilot. 3. Depress the HDG button on the KAP 140 to engage the heading select mode. The autopilot will turn the aircraft in the shortest direction to intercept and fly the heading.

  • Page 22: Navigation (nav) Mode Using A Dg From Hdg Mode (45° Intercept)

    In the navigation (NAV) mode, the autopilot intercepts and tracks TURN COORDINATOR VOR/RNAV and GPS courses. To arm NAV mode (with the KAP 140 currently in the HDG 2 MIN. mode): NO PITCH INFORMATION 1. Select the desired frequency for VOR or RNAV.

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    If the D-Bar is less than 2 to 3 dots: the HDG mode will disengage upon select- ing NAV mode; the NAV annunci- ator will illuminate and the capture/ track sequence will automatically begin. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 24: Navigation (nav) Mode Using A Dg From Rol Mode (all Angle Intercept)

    In the navigation (NAV) mode, the autopilot intercepts and tracks TURN COORDINATOR VOR/RNAV and GPS courses. To arm NAV mode (with the KAP 140 currently in the ROL 2 MIN. mode): NO PITCH INFORMATION 1. Maneuver the aircraft to the desired intercept angle prior to selecting ROL mode.

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    Note: Intercept angles greater than 45° can result in course overshoot when close station. Therefore, intercept angles greater than 45° are not recommended. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

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    In the navigation (NAV) mode, the autopilot intercepts and tracks TURN COORDINATOR VOR/RNAV and GPS courses. To arm NAV mode (with the KAP 140 currently in the HDG mode): 2 MIN. NO PITCH INFORMATION 1. Select the desired frequency for VOR or RNAV.

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    Note: Intercept angles greater than 45° can result in course overshoot when close to the station. Therefore, intercept angles greater than 45° are not recommended. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 28: Approach (apr) Mode Using A Dg From Hdg Mode (45° Intercept)

    TURN COORDINATOR track LOC, VOR/RNAV and GPS courses. To arm APR mode (with the 2 MIN. KAP 140 currently in the HDG NO PITCH mode): INFORMATION 1. Select the desired frequency for LOC, VOR or RNAV. For GPS, verify the desired approach.

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    If the D-Bar is less than 2 to 3 dots: the HDG mode will disengage upon select- ing APR mode; the APR annunci- ator will illuminate and the capture/ track sequence will automatically begin. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 30: Approach (apr) Mode Using A Dg From Rol Mode (all Angle Intercept)

    TURN COORDINATOR track LOC, VOR/RNAV and GPS courses. To arm APR mode (with the 2 MIN. KAP 140 currently in the ROL NO PITCH mode): INFORMATION 1. Maneuver the aircraft to the desired intercept angle prior to selecting ROL mode.

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    Note: Intercept angles greater than 45° can result in course overshoot when close station. Therefore, intercept angles greater than 45° are not recommended. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 32: Approach (apr) Mode Using An Hsi

    The Approach (APR) mode allows the autopilot to intercept and TURN COORDINATOR track LOC, VOR/RNAV and GPS courses. To arm APR mode (with the KAP 140 currently in the HDG 2 MIN. mode): NO PITCH INFORMATION 1. Select the desired frequency for LOC, VOR or RNAV.

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    APR annunciator will illumi- nate and the capture/track sequence will automatically begin. Note: Intercept angles greater than 45° can result in course overshoot when close station. Therefore, intercept angles greater than 45° are not recommended. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 34: Back Course (rev) Mode Using A Dg From Hdg Mode (45° Intercept)

    The Back Course (REV) mode allows the autopilot to intercept and TURN COORDINATOR track a localizer back course. To arm REV mode (with the KAP 140 currently in the HDG 2 MIN. mode): NO PITCH INFORMATION 1. Select the desired frequency for LOC.

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    If the D-Bar is less than 2 to 3 dots: the HDG mode will disengage upon select- ing REV mode; the REV annunci- ator will illuminate and the capture/ track sequence will automatically begin. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 36: Back Course (rev) Mode Using A Dg From Rol Mode (all Angle Intercept)

    The Back Course (REV) mode allows the autopilot to intercept and TURN COORDINATOR track a localizer back course. To arm REV mode (with the KAP 140 currently in the ROL 2 MIN. mode): NO PITCH INFORMATION 1. Maneuver the aircraft to the desired intercept angle prior to selecting ROL mode.

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    Note: Intercept angles greater than 45° can result in course overshoot when close station. Therefore, intercept angles greater than 45° are not recommended. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 38: Back Course (rev) Mode Using An Hsi

    The Back Course (REV) mode allows the autopilot to intercept and TURN COORDINATOR track a localizer back course. To arm REV mode (with the KAP 140 currently in the HDG mode): 2 MIN. NO PITCH 1. Select the desired frequency for INFORMATION LOC.

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    REV annunciator will illumi- nate and the capture/track sequence will automatically begin. Note: Intercept angles greater than 45° can result in course overshoot when close station. Therefore, intercept angles greater than 45° are not recommended. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 40: Operations With The Kap 140

    The heading bug on the DG or HSI is turned to the desired heading of 080° (runway heading). By depressing the HDG button on the KAP 140, the autopilot engages into the heading mode and maintains the selected heading of 080°.

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    4. The autopilot has completed the turn and is mode with a left bank. now established on a 010° heading. Note: The autopilot controls only the roll axis. The PILOT must maintain control of the pitch and yaw axis. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 42: Gps Capture Using Dg

    HDG and flash for five seconds. ROL will then be redisplayed. While the HDG annunciation is flashing, move the heading bug to the desired course of 040°. The aircraft will remain wings level until the capture point. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

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    4. The turn is complete and the autopilot is track- 3. When the computed capture point is reached, ing the GPS course. the ROL annunciation changes to NAV and a right turn is initiated by the autopilot. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 44: Gps Capture Using Hsi

    1. Continuing on heading 010°, a GPS waypoint is 2. GPS data is selected for the HSI. The course established. A 30° intercept is desired. pointer is set to 040°. The NAV button is depressed and NAV ARM is annunciated. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

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    4. The turn is complete and the autopilot is track- 3. When the computed capture point is reached, ing the GPS course. the HDG annunciation changes to NAV and a right turn is initiated by the autopilot. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 46: Outbound On Front Course For Procedure Turn To Loc Approach Using Dg

    In this case, the aircraft will turn to to center a deviation of the index to the left). This 283°. needle reversing takes place because you are fly- ing outbound on a front course. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

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    058°. You must now select the approach mode outbound, the CDI course index goes off scale by depressing the APR button on the KAP 140. to the right. The aircraft is flying away from the While the HDG annunciation is flashing move localizer centerline at a 45°...

  • Page 48: Outbound On Front Course For Procedure Turn To Loc Approach Using Hsi

    The capture point is now being computed based on closure Note: The left-right deviations of the HSI course rate. needle operate just as though you were flying a front course approach. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

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    058°. You must now select the approach mode outbound, the deviation bar shows that the air- by depressing the APR button on the KAP 140. craft is flying away from the localizer centerline Automatic capture of the localizer will occur.

  • Page 50: Front Course Loc Approach Using Dg

    (HDG annunciation changes to autopilot will make the bank changes as neces- APR). The autopilot will capture the localizer sary to maintain localizer . and the CDI course index will center. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

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    This cancels all operating modes. 090°. By depressing the HDG button on the The flashing AP annunciations are displayed and KAP 140, the autopilot engages into the head- a disconnect tone will sound. ing mode, commencing a right turn to a head- ing of 090°.

  • Page 52: Front Course Loc Approach Using Hsi

    2. The autopilot is following the localizer. The pling occurs (HDG annunciation changes to autopilot will make bank changes as necessary APR). The autopilot will capture the localizer to maintain localizer. and the CDI course index will center. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

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    This cancels all operating modes. 090°. By depressing the HDG button on the KAP 140, the autopilot engages into the head- ing mode, commencing a right turn to a head- ing of 090°.

  • Page 54: Outbound On Gps Approach Using Dg

    238°, the GPS’s Leg/OBS mode annunciator.* switching is set to OBS mode and the OBS is set to 238°. The autopilot initiates a left turn to track the 238° GPS course. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

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    058°. * Check the heading displayed on the DG against Since the 45° intercept is 103°, the aircraft will the magnetic compass and reset if necessary. not turn until the course is captured. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 56: Outbound On Gps Approach Using Hsi

    IAF. Approach arm is indicated on the GPS pointer is set to 238°, the GPS’s Leg/OBS mode annunciator.* switching is set to OBS mode. The autopilot ini- tiates a left turn to track the 238° GPS course. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

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    Leg mode and the course pointer is set to aircraft is flying away from the GPS course at a 058°. Select approach mode by depressing the 45° angle on a selected heading of 283°. APR button. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 58: Inbound On Gps Approach Using Dg

    The autopilot initiates a autopilot will make the bank changes as neces- left turn to track the 058° GPS course. sary to maintain the GPS course. Approach active is indicated on the GPS annunciator.* Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

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    This cancels all operating modes. 090°. By depressing the HDG button on the The flashing AP annunciations are displayed and KAP 140, the autopilot engages into the head- a disconnect tone will sound. ing mode, commencing a right turn to a head- ing of 090°.

  • Page 60: Inbound On Gps Approach Using Hsi

    The autopilot initiates a autopilot will make the bank changes as neces- left turn to track the 058° GPS course.* sary to maintain the GPS course. Approach active is indicated on the GPS annunciator.* Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

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    This cancels all operating modes. 090°. By depressing the HDG button on the The flashing AP annunciations are displayed and KAP 140, the autopilot engages into the head- a disconnect tone will sound. ing mode, commencing a right turn to a head- ing of 090°.

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  • Page 63: Kap 140 Two Axis Operation

    Two Axis Operation KAP 140 Two Axis Operation The KAP 140 is a digital, panel-mounted autopilot system for light air- craft. KAP 140 Two-axis Flight Control Computer KAP 140 Full Two-Axis KAP 140 Display 1. PITCH AXIS, (P) ANNUNCIATOR and later, the AP button must be - When illuminated, indicates failure pressed and held for 0.25 seconds...

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    ALT button is pressed. If the be indicated by a solid PT. When the ALT button is pressed with an estab- fault is corrected, the annunciation lished VS rate present, there will be will extinguish. altitude overshoot (approximately Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 65: System Operating Modes

    Displays the active and armed pitch The lateral modes (HDG, NAV, APR modes (VS, ALT ARM, ALT, and and REV) operate identically as described in the KAP 140 Single Axis Operating Modes section. 13. ROLL MODE DISPLAY Please refer to that section for text...

  • Page 66: Vertical Speed (vs) Mode

    VS and current vertical cal speed modes. speed is displayed. Note: The KAP 140 engages into VS 2. UP or DN button - Select mode as a default. desired climb or descent rate.

  • Page 67: Altitude Hold (alt) Mode

    20 feet per press, or if held continuously will com- mand a 500 ft/min altitude change, acquiring a new reference altitude upon button release. Note: Incremented altitude changes should be limited to 500 ft. of change. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 68: Operations With The Kap 140

    The heading bug on the DG or HSI is turned to the desired heading of 080° (runway heading). By depressing the HDG button on the KAP 140, the autopilot engages into the heading and ver- tical speed modes and maintains the selected heading of 080°...

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    010° heading. Desired decreased, using the DN button, in preparation altitude has been reached, altitude hold (ALT) for level off. has been engaged and the aircraft maintains the reference altitude. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 70: Gps Capture Using Dg

    HDG and flash for five seconds. ROL will then be redisplayed. While the HDG annunciation is flashing, move the heading bug to the desired course of 040°. The aircraft will remain wings level until the capture point. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

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    4. The turn is complete and the autopilot is track- 3. When the computed capture point is reached, ing the GPS course. the ROL annunciation changes to NAV and a right turn is initiated by the autopilot. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 72: Gps Capture Using Hsi

    1. Continuing on heading 010°, a GPS waypoint is 2. GPS data is selected for the HSI. The course established. A 30° intercept is desired. pointer is set to 040°. The NAV button is depressed and NAV ARM is annunciated. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

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    4. The turn is complete and the autopilot is track- 3. When the computed capture point is reached, ing the GPS course. the HDG annunciation changes to NAV and a right turn is initiated by the autopilot. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 74: Outbound On Front Course For Procedure Turn To Ils Approach Using Dg

    This will initiate a 45° intercept to the localizer. In needle reversing takes place because you are fly- this case, the aircraft will turn to 283°. ing outbound on a front course. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

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    058°. You must now select the approach mode outbound, the CDI course index goes off scale by depressing the APR button on the KAP 140. to the right. The aircraft is flying away from the * The HDG annunciation will flash for five sec- localizer centerline at a 45°...

  • Page 76: Outbound On Front Course For Procedure Turn To Ils Approach Using Hsi

    The capture point is now being computed Note: The left-right deviations of the HSI course based on closure rate. needle operate just as though you were flying a front course approach. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

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    058°. You must now select the approach mode outbound, the deviation bar shows that the air- by depressing the APR button on the KAP 140. craft is flying away from the localizer centerline Automatic capture of the localizer will occur.

  • Page 78: Front Course Ils Approach Using Dg

    The ALT and the CDI course index will center. annunciator extinguishes and GS is displayed. The autopilot will make pitch and bank changes as necessary to maintain localizer and glides- lope. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

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    This cancels all operating modes. The flashing 090°. By depressing the HDG button on the AP annunciationa are displayed and a discon- KAP 140, the autopilot engages into the head- nect tone will sound. ing and vertical speed modes, commencing a right turn to a heading of 090°...

  • Page 80: Front Course Ils Approach Using Hsi

    The ALT and the CDI course index will center. annunciator extinguishes and GS is displayed. The autopilot will make pitch and bank changes as necessary to maintain localizer and glides- lope. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 81

    This cancels all operating modes. The flashing 090°. By depressing the HDG button on the AP annunciations are displayed and a discon- KAP 140, the autopilot engages into the head- nect tone will sound. ing and vertical speed modes, commencing a right turn to a heading of 090°...

  • Page 82: Outbound On Gps Approach Using Dg

    238°, the GPS’s Leg/OBS mode annunciator.* switching is set to OBS mode and the OBS is set to 238°. The autopilot initiates a left turn to track the 238° GPS course. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

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    The HDG annunciation will flash for five sec- onds then extinguish. Move the heading bug within five seconds to 058°. Since the 45° intercept is 103°, the aircraft will not turn until the course is captured. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 84: Outbound On Gps Approach Using Hsi

    IAF. Approach arm is indicated on the GPS pointer is set to 238°, the GPS’s Leg/OBS mode annunciator.* switching is set to OBS mode. The autopilot ini- tiates a left turn to track the 238° GPS course. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 85

    Leg mode and the course pointer is set to aircraft is flying away from the GPS course at a 058°. Select approach mode by depressing the 45° angle on a selected heading of 283°. APR button. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 86: Inbound On Gps Approach Using Dg

    The desired descent rate is left turn to track the 058° GPS course. obtained using the DN button. * Approach active is indicated on the GPS Remember, speed needs to be controlled with annunciator. the throttle. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 87

    090°. By depressing the HDG button on the the autopilot with the button on the control KAP 140, the autopilot engages into the head- wheel. A flashing AP annunciation is displayed ing mode, commencing a right turn to a head- and a distinctive tone will sound.

  • Page 88: Inbound On Gps Approach Using Hsi

    The desired descent rate is left turn to track the 058° GPS course. obtained using the DN button. * Approach active is indicated on the GPS Remember, speed needs to be controlled with annunciator. the throttle. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 89

    At the MAP the pilot disengages 090°. By depressing the HDG button on the the autopilot with the button on the control KAP 140, the autopilot engages into the head- wheel. A flashing AP annunciation is displayed ing and vertical speed modes, commencing a and a distinctive tone will sound.

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  • Page 91: Kap 140 Two Axis With Altitude Preselect Operation

    Two Axis/Altitude Preselect Operations KAP 140 Two Axis with Altitude Preselect Operation The KAP 140 is a digital, panel-mounted autopilot system for light air- craft. BARO KAP 140 Two-axis w/Altitude PreSelect Flight Control Computer BARO KAP 140 Full KAP 140 Two-Axis with Altitude Preselect Display 1.

  • Page 92

    3 seconds. If pushed and held for This button will engage the autopilot 2 seconds, will change the baro set- in units with software prior to soft- ting display from IN HG to HPA or ware version 03/01. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 93

    Flashes during pilot initiated or auto- guishes 200 ft. prior to the selected matic disengagement. Only applica- altitude and illuminates momentarily ble for software versions 03/01 or when the selected altitude is later. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 94: System Operating Modes

    Two Axis/Altitude Preselect Operations System Operating Modes The lateral modes (HDG, NAV, APR and REV) operate identically as depicted in the KAP 140 Single Axis Operating Modes section. Please refer to that sec- tion for text descriptions of lateral mode operation. BARO...

  • Page 95: Altitude Hold (alt) Mode

    20 feet per press, or if held continuously will com- mand a 500 ft/min altitude change, acquiring a new reference altitude upon button release. Note: Incremented altitude changes should be limited to 500 ft. of change. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 96: Altitude Alerting And Preselect

    The Altitude Preselect function allows capturing of a desired altitude and transferring into altitude hold. Manual input of desired altitude is accomplished through the rotary knobs on the faceplate of the KAP 140. The Altitude Alerting function will visually and aurally announce approaching, acquiring and deviation from a selected altitude.

  • Page 97: Altitude Preselect

    MDA. Glideslope coupling will preclude an 3. “AUTOPILOT” - Autopilot has altitude capture on an ILS. disengaged, either through pilot action or automatically. BARO KFC 140 Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 98: Operations With The Kap 140

    7,000 feet is entered using the the desired heading of 080° (runway heading). rotary knobs. Altitude ARM annunciation occurs By depressing the HDG button on the KAP 140, automatically upon selection. the autopilot engages into the heading and ver- tical speed modes and maintains the selected heading of 080°...

  • Page 99

    The vertical speed value will be 010° heading. displayed upon selection of the DN button and will remain for three seconds. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 100: Gps Capture Using Dg

    HDG and flash for five seconds. ROL will then be redisplayed. While the HDG annunciation is flashing, move the heading bug to the desired course of 040°. The aircraft will remain wings level until the capture point. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 101

    4. The turn is complete and the autopilot is track- 3. When the computed capture point is reached, ing the GPS course. the ROL annunciation changes to NAV and a right turn is initiated by the autopilot. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 102: Gps Capture Using Hsi

    1. Continuing on heading 010°, a GPS waypoint is 2. GPS data is selected for the HSI. The course established. A 30° intercept is desired. pointer is set to 040°. The NAV button is depressed and NAV ARM is annunciated. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 103

    4. The turn is complete and the autopilot is track- 3. When the computed capture point is reached, ing the GPS course. the HDG annunciation changes to NAV and a right turn is initiated by the autopilot. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 104: Outbound On Front Course For Procedure Turn To Ils Approach Using Dg

    45° intercept to the localizer sig- needle reversing takes place because you are fly- nal. In this case, the aircraft will turn to 283°. ing outbound on a front course. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 105

    058°. You must now select the approach mode outbound, the CDI course index goes off scale by depressing the APR button on the KAP 140. to the right. The aircraft is flying away from the * The HDG annunciation will flash for five sec- localizer centerline at a 45°...

  • Page 106: Outbound On Front Course For Procedure Turn To Ils Approach Using Hsi

    The capture point is now being computed Note: The left-right deviations of the HSI course based on closure rate. needle operate just as though you were flying a front course approach. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 107

    058°. You must now select the approach mode aircraft is flying away from the localizer center- by depressing the APR button on the KAP 140. line at a 45° angle on a selected heading of Automatic capture of the localizer will occur.

  • Page 108: Front Course Ils Approach Using Dg

    The ALT and the CDI course index will center. annunciator extinguishes and GS is displayed. The autopilot will make pitch and bank changes as necessary to maintain localizer and glides- lope. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 109

    This cancels all operating modes. The flashing 090°. By depressing the HDG button on the AP annunciations are displayed and a discon- KAP 140, the autopilot engages into the head- nect tone will sound. ing and vertical speed modes, commencing a right turn to a heading of 090°...

  • Page 110: Front Course Ils Approach Using Hsi

    The ALT and the CDI course index will center. annunciation extinguishes and GS is displayed. The autopilot will make pitch and bank changes as necessary to maintain localizer and glides- lope. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 111

    This cancels all operating modes. The flashing 090°. By depressing the HDG button on the AP annunciations are displayed and a discon- KAP 140, the autopilot engages into the head- nect tone will sound. ing and vertical speed modes, commencing a right turn to a heading of 090°...

  • Page 112: Outbound On Gps Approach Using Dg

    238°, the GPS’s Leg/OBS mode annunciator.* switching is set to OBS mode and the OBS is set to 238°. The autopilot initiates a left turn to track the 238° GPS course. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 113

    058°. Since the 45° intercept is 103°, the aircraft will not turn until the course is captured. * Check the heading displayed on the DG against the magnetic compass and reset if necessary. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 114: Outbound On Gps Approach Using Hsi

    IAF. Approach arm is indicated on the GPS pointer is set to 238°, the GPS’s Leg/OBS mode annunciator.* switching is set to OBS mode. The autopilot ini- tiates a left turn to track the 238° GPS course. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 115

    Leg mode and the course pointer is set to aircraft is flying away from the GPS course at a 058°. Select approach mode by depressing the 45° angle on a selected heading of 283°. APR button. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 116: Inbound On Gps Approach Using Dg

    The desired descent rate is left turn to track the 058° GPS course. obtained using the DN button. * Approach active is indicated on the GPS Remember, speed needs to be controlled with annunciator. the throttle. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 117

    At the MAP the pilot disengages 090°. By depressing the HDG button on the the autopilot with the button on the control KAP 140, the autopilot engages into the head- wheel. A flashing AP annunciation is displayed ing and vertical speed modes, commencing a and a distinctive tone will sound.

  • Page 118: Inbound On Gps Approach Using Hsi

    The desired descent rate is left turn to track the 058° GPS course. obtained using the DN button. * Approach active is indicated on the GPS Remember, speed needs to be controlled with annunciator. the throttle. Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 119

    At the MAP the pilot disengages 090°. By depressing the HDG button on the the autopilot with the button on the control KAP 140, the autopilot engages into the head- wheel. The flashing AP annunciations are dis- ing and vertical speed modes, commencing a played and a distinctive tone will sound.

  • Page 120

    Two Axis/Altitude Preselect Operations This page intentionally left blank Rev. 1 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Apr/02...

  • Page 121: Kcs 55a Compass System

    Directional Gyro as well as the KI ception and tracking, while eliminat- 525A Pictorial Navigation Indicator is ing the need for scan coordination an optional part of the KAP 140 between two separate indicators. Autopilot System. AUTO KA 51B ı...

  • Page 122: Ki 525a Indicator

    This play so that the aircraft heading is miniature aircraft always points always at the top, under the lubber toward the top of the display and the line. lubber line. Rev. 0 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Jun/98...

  • Page 123

    This pointer is set by rotating the to fly. This desired heading is cou- course select knob. pled to the KAP 140 Autopilot to pro- vide the “Heading Select” function. Course Select Knob - Used to rotate the course pointer to the...

  • Page 124: Slaving Meter ( Ka 51b)

    The KA 51B can be mounted either vertically or horizon- tally. Rev. 0 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Jun/98...

  • Page 125: Kmt 112 Magnetic Slaving Transmitter

    KCS 55A System, and gyro up degrees per minute to keep the to operating speed, the red “HDG” system aligned with the earth’s flag should disappear from view. magnetic field. Rev. 0 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Jun/98...

  • Page 126

    If 7. Rotate the course select knob to they do not come into view, a position the course pointer to the usable glideslope signal is not desired VOR course. being received. Rev. 0 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Jun/98...

  • Page 127: Abnormal Circumstances

    Note: For system limitations in your is malfunctioning. Glideslope is usu- particular aircraft type, refer to your ally not available during a back Flight Manual Supplement. course approach. (The VOR and LOC course display will continue to Rev. 0 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Jun/98...

  • Page 128: Flight Procedures With The Kcs 55a

    KI525A HSI should the deviation bar will swing give you a better idea towards the center and the angle of intercept will of how simple and decrease. comprehensive the dis- play is. Rev. 0 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Jun/98...

  • Page 129

    ANX 088 radial. Once again, you can make a pre- cise, coordinated course inter- ception by adjusting your head- ing to keep the top of the deviation bar touching the lub- ber line. Rev. 0 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Jun/98...

  • Page 130

    Columbia to Foristell 12 inbound course to FTZ. (FTZ) is 098°, you now set The TO/FROM indicator the selected course pointer on changes to “TO”. 098° and fly to keep the devi- ation bar centered. Rev. 0 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Jun/98...

  • Page 131

    Select the Note: For system limitations St. Louis VORTAC on the NAV refer to your Flight Manual receiver and set the course Supplement. pointer on the STL 062° course. Rev. 0 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Jun/98...

  • Page 132

    By keeping the top of the deviation bar on the lubber line, you can complete your turn and roll out precisely on course. Note: For system limitations refer to your Flight Manual Supplement. Rev. 0 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Jun/98...

  • Page 133

    5° to the display indicates your aircraft is still the right to maintain the localizer course. below the glidepath at this point. Note: For system limitations refer to your Flight Manual Supplement. Rev. 0 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Jun/98...

  • Page 134

    You may reset the tion. heading bug to 058° for easy reference. Note: For system limitations refer to your Flight Manual Supplement. Rev. 0 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Jun/98...

  • Page 135: Abnormal Procedures

    Manipulate the controls as required to safely main- tain operation of the airplane within all of its operating limitations. CAUTION: Refer to the Airplane Flight Manual or the Airplane Flight Manual Supplement for your particular aircraft for pertinent emergency procedures. Rev. 0 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Jun/98...

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    Abnormal Procedures This page intentionally left blank Rev. 0 KAP 140 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM Jun/98...

  • Page 137

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