Garmin G1000 GPS Receiver User Manual

G1000
TM
pilot’s guide for Cessna Nav III
Part Number
190-00362-03
(Rev. A)
Change Summary
Added XM Radio and XM Weather.
Added DME capability.
Added BRG1 and BRG2 pointers.
Added dual panel operation.
Added Cessna 172 parameters.
Changed airspeed trend vector.
Changed altitude trend vector.
Added checklist capability.
Added flight ID capability.
Record of Revisions
Revision Date of Revision Revision Page Range
A
12/17/04
i – xx
I-1 – I-7
Description
Initial release.
B
12/20/04
i – xx
I-1 – I-7
Corrected page numbering.
C
01/13/05
i – xx
I-1 – I-7
Corrected System Software versions.
Record of Current Part Numbers
Associated with Binder K00-00119-03
190-00362-03
190-00302-00
190-00386-01
190-00387-02
190-00389-01
190-00382-00
190-00378-02
190-00390-01
190-00391-02
190-00392-02
190-00470-00
190-00388-02
190-00383-02
G1000 Pilot’s Guide for Cessna Nav III
G1000 Pilot’s Guide Introduction
G1000 System Overview for Cessna Nav III
G1000 Primary Flight Display Pilot’s Guide for Cessna Nav III
G1000 VHF NAV/COM Pilot’s Guide for Cessna Nav III
G1000 Transponder Pilot’s Guide
G1000 Audio Panel Pilot’s Guide
G1000 Audio Panel Pilot’s Guide Supplement for Cessna Nav III
G1000 Engine Indication System for Cessna Nav III
G1000 Multi Function Display Pilot’s Guide for Cessna Nav III
G1000 Multi Function Display Optional Interface Addendum
G1000 Annunciations and Alerts Pilot’s Guide for Cessna Nav III
G1000 Pilot’s Guide Appendices
Garmin G1000 Pilot’s Guide for Cessna Nav III
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COPYRIGHT
Copyright © 2004, 2005 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries. All rights reserved.
This manual reflects the operation of System Software versions 0394.00 or later for Cessna 172R aircraft, 0395.00 or later for Cessna
172S aircraft, 0371.09 or later for normally aspirated Cessna 182 aircraft, 0372.08 or later for turbocharged Cessna 182 aircraft,
0373.05 or later for normally aspirated Cessna 206 aircraft, and 0374.05 or later for turbocharged Cessna 206 aircraft. Some differences in operation may be observed when comparing the information in this manual to earlier or later software versions.
NOTE: Cessna Nav III aircraft include the Cessna 172R, the Cessna 172S, the normally aspirated Cessna 182
(182), the turbocharged Cessna 182 (T182), the normally aspirated Cessna 206 (206), and the turbocharged
Cessna 206 (T206). Unless otherwise indicated, information in the G1000 Pilot’s Guide binder pertains to all
Cessna Nav III aircraft.
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January 2005
190-00362-03 Rev. C
Printed in the U.S.A.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FRONT MATTER
3 – PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY
Copyright
Table of Contents
List of Figures
List of Tables
Warnings and Cautions
Warranty
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1 – G1000 PILOT’S GUIDE INTRODUCTION
Binder Contents ................................................................ 1-1
Using the Binder ............................................................... 1-2
Part Number Content
1-2
Page Numbering Format
1-2
General
1-2
Appendices
1-2
Index
1-2
Section Numbering Format
1-2
Figure/Table Numbering Format
1-3
Table of Contents and List of Figures/Tables
1-3
Index
1-3
Storing the Binder ............................................................ 1-3
2 – SYSTEM OVERVIEW
2.1 System Description
2-1
2.2 Line Replaceable Units
2-1
2.3 PFD/MFD Controls
2-7
2.4 Secure Digital Cards
2-9
2.5 System Power-up
2-10
2.6 Display Backlighting
2-12
2.7 System Operation
2-12
Normal Mode................................................................... 2-12
Reversionary Mode ........................................................ 2-13
AHRS Operation .............................................................. 2-14
GPS Input Failure
2-14
Air Data Input Failure
2-14
Magnetometer Failure
2-14
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3.1 Introduction
3-1
3.2 Backlighting
3-5
3.3 Softkey Function
3-7
3.4 Flight Instruments
3-11
Airspeed Indicator ......................................................... 3-11
Speed Indication
3-11
Speed Ranges
3-11
Airspeed Trend Vector
3-11
Vspeed References
3-11
True Airspeed Box
3-11
Attitude Indicator .......................................................... 3-12
Pitch Indication
3-12
Roll Indication
3-13
Slip/Skid Indication
3-13
Altimeter .......................................................................... 3-14
Altitude Values
3-14
Altitude Reference Bug
3-14
Altitude Trend Vector
3-14
Altitude Reference Box
3-14
Barometric Setting Box
3-14
Metric Display
3-15
Vertical Deviation/Glideslope Indicator
3-15
Marker Beacon Annunciations
3-15
Vertical Speed Indicator ............................................... 3-16
Vertical Speed Pointer
3-16
Horizontal Situation Indicator..................................... 3-17
360˚ HSI
3-17
ARC HSI
3-18
Heading Indication
3-18
Turn Rate Indicator
3-19
Course Deviation Indicator
3-19
Bearing Pointers and Information Windows
3-20
DME Radio (optional)
3-21
Radio Tuning Window (optional)
3-21
Navigation Source
3-22
3.5 Communication, Navigation &
Surveillance
Communication Frequency Window
Navigation Frequency Window
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Navigation Status Bar
Transponder Status Bar
Transponder Operation
Transponder Code Selection
3-24
3-25
3-25
3-25
3.6 Supplemental Flight Data
3-27
Outside Air Temperature Box....................................... 3-27
System Time Box............................................................. 3-27
Traffic Annunciation....................................................... 3-27
Inset Map ......................................................................... 3-28
Working with Menus...................................................... 3-30
Auxiliary Window Keys ................................................. 3-31
Auxiliary Windows ......................................................... 3-31
Timer/References Window
3-31
Generic Timer
3-32
Flight ID
3-32
Vspeeds and Vspeed Bug Status
3-33
Nearest Airports Window
3-33
Direct-to Window
3-34
Direct-to Navigation
3-34
Flight Plan Window
3-36
Create New Flight Plan
3-37
Activate Leg
3-37
Store Flight Plan
3-37
Invert Flight Plan
3-38
Delete Flight Plan
3-38
Load Departure
3-39
Load Arrival
3-40
Load Approach
3-40
Remove Departure
3-41
Remove Arrival
3-41
Remove Approach
3-41
Closest Point of FPL
3-41
Change Fields
3-42
Restore Defaults
3-42
Procedures Window
3-42
Select Approach
3-43
Select Arrival
3-44
Select Departure
3-45
Activate Approach
3-45
Activate Vector-To-Final
3-45
3.7 Reversionary Mode
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3.8 Alerts and Annunciations
3-49
Alerts Window ................................................................. 3-49
Annunciation Window ................................................... 3-49
4 – VHF NAV/COM
4.1 Interface Introduction
4-1
Overview ............................................................................ 4-1
Windows and Fields ......................................................... 4-2
Radio Selection ................................................................. 4-2
Color Code ......................................................................... 4-3
Tuning Box.......................................................................... 4-3
Frequency Toggle Arrow ................................................. 4-3
Radio Status Indications ................................................. 4-3
Controls .............................................................................. 4-4
4.2 COM Frequency Window
4-5
Overview ............................................................................ 4-5
Volume ................................................................................ 4-5
Automatic Squelch ........................................................... 4-5
Switching the Tuning Box Between COM Radios ...... 4-6
Manually Tuning a COM Frequency .............................. 4-6
Toggling COM Frequencies ............................................. 4-6
Selecting a COM Radio .................................................... 4-6
Radio Status ...................................................................... 4-7
Emergency Frequency (121.500 MHz) .......................... 4-7
Quickly Tuning and Activating 121.500 MHz
4-7
Stuck Microphone ............................................................ 4-7
4.3 NAV Frequency Window
4-9
Overview ............................................................................ 4-9
Volume ................................................................................ 4-9
Morse Code Identifier ..................................................... 4-9
Switching the Tuning Box Between NAV Radios ..... 4-10
Manually Tuning a NAV Frequency ............................. 4-10
Toggling NAV Frequencies ............................................ 4-10
Selecting a NAV Radio ................................................... 4-11
4.4 Optional NAV Radios
4-13
Overview .......................................................................... 4-13
DME Tuning Window ...................................................... 4-13
Selecting the DME Transceiver Tuning Mode
4-13
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4.5 Frequency Auto-tuning
4-15
Overview .......................................................................... 4-15
Auto-tuning on the PFD ................................................ 4-15
Auto-tuning on the MFD ............................................... 4-16
WPT – Airport Information Page
4-16
WPT – VOR Information Page
4-18
NRST – Nearest Airports Page
4-19
NRST – Nearest VOR Page
4-20
NRST – Nearest Frequencies Page
4-21
Auto-Tuning Upon Approach Activation
(NAV Frequencies) .......................................................... 4-22
5 – TRANSPONDER
5.1 Interface Description
5-1
Transponder Softkeys ..................................................... 5-1
Transponder Status Bar................................................... 5-1
5.2 Operation
5-3
Mode Selection ................................................................. 5-3
Ground Mode (Automatic)
5-3
Standby Mode (Manual)
5-3
ON Mode (Manual)
5-3
Altitude Mode (Automatic or Manual)
5-4
Reply Status
5-4
Code Selection .................................................................. 5-4
Entering a Code
5-4
VFR Code
5-5
Important Codes
5-5
IDENT Function .................................................................. 5-5
5.3 Mode-S Transponder Functionality
5-7
Traffic Information Service (TIS) ................................... 5-7
6A – AUDIO PANEL
6A.1 Introduction
6A.2 Unit Description
6A-1
6A-2
Front Panel Controls ...................................................6A-2
Transceivers ..................................................................6A-4
Mono/Stereo Headsets ..............................................6A-4
Unmuted/Unswitched Inputs ....................................6A-4
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6A.3 Unit Operation
6A-5
Power-up and Fail-safe Operation ..........................6A-5
Power-up
6A-5
Fail-safe Operation
6A-5
Selecting and Deselecting Keys ...............................6A-5
Lighting .........................................................................6A-5
Transceiver Keys ..........................................................6A-5
COM MIC Keys
6A-5
COM Keys
6A-5
Transmitting
6A-6
COM Swap.....................................................................6A-6
Optional COM Muting ................................................6A-6
COM Muting on Receive
6A-6
COM Muting on Transmit
6A-6
Telephone Interface ...................................................6A-6
Split COM Function .....................................................6A-6
PA Function ...................................................................6A-7
Speaker .........................................................................6A-7
Marker Beacon Receiver............................................6A-7
Description and Operation
6A-7
Marker Beacon Signal Sensitivity
6A-7
Navigation Radios .......................................................6A-9
Entertainment Inputs .................................................6A-9
MUSIC 1
6A-9
MUSIC 1 Muting
6A-9
MUSIC 2
6A-9
Intercom System (ICS) Isolation ............................6A-10
PILOT Mode
6A-10
COPILOT Mode
6A-10
CREW Mode
6A-10
ALL Mode
6A-10
Volume/Squelch Control ..........................................6A-12
Intercom VOL/SQ
6A-12
Intercom Volume Control
6A-12
Intercom Squelch Control
6A-13
Volume Adjustments
6A-13
Master Avionics Squelch (MASQ)...........................6A-13
Digital Clearance Recorder with Playback
Capability ....................................................................6A-14
Reversionary Mode...................................................6A-15
Cockpit Voice Recorder Interface ..........................6A-15
Dual Panel Operation ...............................................6A-15
Simultaneous COM Transmission
6A-15
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6B – AUDIO PANEL SUPPLEMENT
Headset Jacks & Keyed ICS Operation ....................6B-1
Disabled Functions ......................................................6B-1
Cockpit Voice Recorder ..............................................6B-1
7 – ENGINE INDICATION SYSTEM
7.1 Engine
Manifold Pressure Gauge
Tachometer
Fuel Flow GPH Indicator
Oil Pressure Indicator
Oil Temperature Indicator
CHT Indicator
EGT Indicator (Normally Aspirated)
TIT Indicator (Turbocharged)
Fuel Qty GAL Indicator
Voltmeter
Ammeter
7-1
7-1
7-1
7-2
7-2
7-2
7-2
7-2
7-2
7-2
7-3
7-3
7.2 Lean
Cylinder Select
Assist
Normally Aspirated
Turbocharged
7-6
7-6
7-6
7-6
7-6
7.3 System
7-10
8A – MULTI FUNCTION DISPLAY
8A.1 Introduction
8A-1
Description ....................................................................8A-1
Optional Interfaces ................................................ 8A-1
MFD Power-up ..............................................................8A-1
Power-up Page Information
8A-2
Power-up Page Operations
8A-2
MFD Backlighting ........................................................8A-2
MFD Softkeys ..............................................................8A-2
Electronic Checklists ...................................................8A-3
Displaying the Checklist Page
8A-3
Selecting a Procedure Group
8A-3
Selecting a Checklist within the Procedure Group 8A-3
Selecting a Checklist Item
8A-3
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8A-4
Advancing to the Next Checklist
8A-4
One-button Access to Emergency Procedures
8A-4
Exiting the Checklist Page
8A-4
MFD Page Groups ........................................................8A-6
Working with Menus ...................................................8A-7
8A.2 Navigation Map Page
8A-9
Navigation Map Page Operations..........................8A-11
Changing the Map Orientation
8A-11
Selecting a Map Range
8A-11
Using the Auto Zoom Feature
8A-11
Identifying Aviation Map Data
8A-12
Decluttering the Map
8A-13
Map Panning
8A-14
Displaying Topographic Data on the Navigation
Map Page
8A-16
Displaying Terrain Information on the Navigation
Map Page
8A-17
Displaying Traffic on the Navigation Map Page
8A-17
MFD Navigation Status Window
8A-18
Navigation Map Page Options Menu
8A-18
Map Setup
8A-18
Map Group Options
8A-18
Orientation
8A-19
Auto Zoom
8A-20
Land Data
8A-20
Track Vector
8A-21
Wind Vector
8A-21
Nav Range Ring
8A-22
Topo Data
8A-22
Topo Range
8A-23
Terrain Data
8A-23
Obstacle Data
8A-24
Fuel Range Ring (Fuel RNG) (RSV)
8A-24
Traffic Group
8A-25
Aviation Group Options
8A-28
Land Group Options
8A-30
Second Option: Measure Bearing/Distance
8A-31
8A.3 Traffic Map Page
8A-33
TIS Symbology............................................................8A-34
Traffic Map Page Operations ..................................8A-34
Power-up Test
8A-34
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Changing the Map Range
Operating Mode
TIS Audio Alert
TIS Traffic Status
Traffic Banner
8A-34
8A-35
8A-35
8A-36
8A-36
8A.4 Terrain Proximity Page
8A-37
Terrain Proximity Page Operations .......................8A-38
Displaying Obstacle Data ........................................8A-39
Obstacle Shapes
8A-39
Navigation Map Display Conditions
8A-39
8A.5 Direct-to Navigation
8A-41
Direct-to Navigation Operations ...........................8A-42
Selecting a Direct-to Waypoint
8A-42
Selecting a Direct-to Destination by Facility
or City Name
8A-42
Selecting a Direct-to Destination from the
Active Flight Plan
8A-43
Selecting the Nearest Airport as a Direct-to
Destination
8A-44
Shortcuts
8A-44
Canceling Direct-to Navigation
8A-45
Specifying a Course to a Waypoint
8A-45
8A.6 Flight Plans
8A-47
Active Flight Plan Page ............................................8A-47
Active Flight Plan Page Options .............................8A-48
Create a New Flight Plan
8A-48
Activate Leg
8A-49
Store Flight Plan
8A-50
Invert Flight Plan
8A-51
Delete a Waypoint
8A-51
Load a Departure
8A-52
Load an Arrival
8A-53
Load an Approach
8A-54
Remove a Departure, Arrival, or Approach
8A-55
Closest Point of Flight Plan Feature
8A-55
Change Fields
8A-56
Restore Defaults
8A-56
Shortcuts
8A-56
Flight Plan Catalog Page..........................................8A-57
Flight Plan Catalog Page Operations ...................8A-57
Activate a Flight Plan
8A-58
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Stop Navigating a Flight Plan
8A-58
Invert and Activate a Flight Plan
8A-59
Create a New Flight Plan
8A-59
Copy a Flight Plan
8A-60
Delete a Flight Plan
8A-60
Delete All Flight Plans
8A-61
Sort By Comment/Number
8A-61
Point-n-Shoot Flight Plan Creation Feature
8A-62
Vertical Navigation (VNAV) Page ...........................8A-63
VNAV Page Menu Options
8A-64
8A.7 Procedures
8A-65
Arrivals and Departures ...........................................8A-65
Approaches .................................................................8A-66
G1000 Navigational Guidance for Approaches ...8A-66
Selecting Approaches ...............................................8A-67
GPS Approach Examples ..........................................8A-69
No Procedure Turn
8A-69
Flying the Missed Approach
8A-71
Flying the Procedure Turn
8A-73
Flying the DME ARC
8A-75
Vectors to the DME ARC
8A-77
Accomplishing a Holding Pattern
8A-78
Flying a Course from Fix to Distance, or Course
from Fix to DME Distance
8A-80
Flying a Course from Fix to Altitude
8A-82
Flying a Course from Fix to Manual Sequence
8A-84
Flying the ILS Approach
8A-86
Flying the Vectors Approach
8A-89
8A.8 Waypoint Page Group
8A-91
Page Selection
8A-91
Airport Information Page (INFO) ...........................8A-92
Airport Information Page Operations
8A-92
Airport Runway Information Field
8A-94
Airport Frequency Information Field ....................8A-95
Airport Frequency Descriptions
8A-96
Airport Information Page Options ........................8A-96
Departure Information Page (DP) ..........................8A-97
Arrival Information Page (STAR) ............................8A-98
Approach Information Page..................................8A-100
Intersection Information Page .............................8A-102
Intersection Information Page Operations
8A-103
NDB Information Page............................................8A-104
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NDB Information Page Operations
8A-105
NDB Information Page Options
8A-106
VOR Information Page ............................................8A-107
VOR Information Page Operations
8A-108
VOR Information Page Options
8A-109
User Waypoint Information Page.........................8A-110
User Waypoint Information Page Operations
8A-111
Creating User Waypoints .......................................8A-112
Creating User Waypoints from the Navigation
Map Page
8A-113
Modifying User Waypoints ....................................8A-114
User Waypoint Information Page Options .........8A-115
8A.9 Auxiliary Page Group
8A-119
Trip Planning Page...................................................8A-120
Trip Planning
8A-121
Fuel Planning
8A-122
Other Statistics
8A-123
Utility Page
8A-124
Utility Page Operations
8A-125
Trip Statistics
8A-126
Scheduler
8A-126
GPS Status Page.......................................................8A-127
Satellite Status Page
8A-128
RAIM Prediction
8A-130
GPS Signal Strength
8A-132
System Setup Page .................................................8A-133
Pilot Profiles
8A-134
Selecting the Active Profile
8A-134
Creating a Profile
8A-134
Deleting a Profile
8A-135
Renaming a Profile
8A-135
Date/Time
8A-136
Display Units
8A-136
Map Datums
8A-137
Airspace Alerts
8A-138
Arrival Alerts
8A-140
Audio Alerts
8A-141
MFD Data Bar Fields
8A-141
GPS CDI
8A-142
COM Configuration
8A-142
Nearest APT
8A-143
System Status Page ................................................8A-144
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8A.10 Nearest Page Group
8A-145
Navigating to a Nearest Waypoint....................8A-146
Nearest Airports Page
8A-148
Nearest Intersections Page
8A-151
Nearest NDB Page .................................................8A-153
Nearest VOR Page .................................................8A-155
Nearest User Waypoint Page ..............................8A-157
Nearest Frequencies Page ...................................8A-159
Nearest Airspaces Page .......................................8A-161
Airspace Alerts Box
8A-162
Airspaces
8A-163
8B – MFD OPTIONAL INTERFACE ADDENDUM
8B.1 Introduction
8B-1
8B.2 Stormscope Interface
8B-3
Introduction ..................................................................8B-3
Displaying Stormscope Lightning Data on the
Navigation Map Page..................................................8B-3
Stormscope Lightning Data Display Range
8B-3
Customized Display
8B-5
Removing Stormscope Lightning Data
8B-6
Stormscope Page .........................................................8B-6
Stormscope Page Operations
8B-8
8B.3 Traffic Advisory Systems Interface
8B-9
Introduction ..................................................................8B-9
L-3 Skywatch Traffic Advisory System
(Model SKY497) Interface ..........................................8B-9
Power-up Self-test
8B-9
User-initiated Test
8B-11
Voice Announcements
8B-11
Switching Between Standby and Various
Operating Modes
8B-11
Altitude Display Mode
8B-11
Displaying and Configuring TAS Traffic on the
Navigation Map Page
8B-11
Monitoring Traffic
8B-12
Failure Response
8B-12
Description of Traffic Advisory Criteria
8B-12
Traffic Map Page
8B-13
Traffic Map Page Display Range
8B-13
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8B.4 GDL 69/69A Weather and Digital Audio
Entertainment Interface
8B-17
Introduction ...............................................................8B-17
Radio IDs
8B-17
Activating XM Radio Services
8B-17
GDL 69 Weather Interface .......................................8B-19
Introduction ...............................................................8B-19
Displaying Weather Data on the Navigation
Map Page
8B-20
Navigation Map Page Weather Control Softkeys
8B-20
Navigation Map Setup Options
8B-22
Displaying Weather Data on the Nearest Pages
8B-23
Displaying METAR and TAF Information on the
Airport Information Page
8B-24
Displaying Weather Data on the AUX – Trip
Planning Page Map
8B-26
Displaying Weather Data on the Flight Plan Page
Maps
8B-26
Displaying Weather on the Weather Data Link Page 8B-27
Weather Data Link Page Softkeys
8B-28
NEXRAD Abnormalities
8B-28
NEXRAD Limitations
8B-28
NEXRAD Intensity
8B-28
Weather Data Link Page Setup
8B-34
Map Panning Information – Weather Data Link Page 8B-34
Weather Product Symbols
8B-36
Weather Product Age
8B-37
GDL 69A Interface – Digital Audio
Entertainment ............................................................8B-38
Introduction
8B-38
XM Information Page
8B-38
Data and Audio Radio ID
8B-39
Service Class
8B-39
Weather Products Window
8B-39
XM Radio Page
8B-40
XM Radio Interface Softkeys
8B-40
Active Channel
8B-40
Channels
8B-40
Volume
8B-41
Presets
8B-41
GDL 69 Troubleshooting
8B-42
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9 – ANNUNCIATIONS AND ALERTS
9.1 Introduction
9-1
9.2 Alert Level Definitions
9-3
9.3 Cessna Nav III Aircraft Alerts
9-5
9-5
9-5
9-5
Voice Alerts
WARNING Alerts
CAUTION Alerts
CAUTION Alerts (T182, T206, and 206 with Prop
De-Ice Only)
Safe Operating Annunciation (T182, T206, and 206
with Prop De-Ice Only)
9.4 G1000 System Annunciations
9.5 G1000 System Message Advisories
MFD & PFD Message Advisories
Database Message Advisories
GMA 1347 Message Advisories
GIA 63 Message Advisories
GEA 71 Message Advisories
GTX 33 Message Advisories
GRS 77 Message Advisories
GMU 44 Message Advisories
GDL 69 Message Advisories
GDC 74A Message Advisories
Miscellaneous Message Advisories
9-5
9-5
9-7
9-11
9-11
9-12
9-12
9-13
9-15
9-15
9-16
9-16
9-16
9-17
9-17
APPENDICES
Appendix A: SD Card Use
A-1
Aviation Database ...........................................................A-1
Terrain Database ..............................................................A-1
Appendix B: Abbreviations, Acronyms & NAV
B-1
Terms
Appendix C: Questions & Answers
C-1
Appendix D: G1000 Map Datums
D-1
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Appendix E: General TIS Information
E-1
Introduction ...................................................................... E-1
TIS vs. TCAS ....................................................................... E-1
TIS Limitations .................................................................. E-1
Appendix F: Map Symbols
F-1
Airport ................................................................................ F-1
NAVAIDS ............................................................................. F-1
Basemap............................................................................. F-1
Traffic.................................................................................. F-2
Lightning Strike ............................................................... F-2
Miscellaneous ................................................................... F-2
Line Symbols ..................................................................... F-3
Obstacle Database ......................................................... F-4
Terrain Color Chart .......................................................... F-4
Appendix G: G1000 System Specifications
G-1
GDU 1040 MFD & PFD ......................................................G-1
GMA 1347 Audio Panel ...................................................G-1
GIA 63 Integrated Avionics Units .................................G-1
GDC 74A Air Data Computer .........................................G-2
GTX 33 Mode-S Transponder .........................................G-2
GEA 71 Engine/Airframe Unit ........................................G-2
GDL 69/69A Weather Data Link.....................................G-2
GRS 77 AHRS .....................................................................G-3
INDEX
Index
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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 2.2.1
Figure 2.2.2
Figure 2.3.1
Figure 2.5.1
Figure 2.5.2
Figure 2.7.1
Figure 2.7.2
Figure 3.1.1
Figure 3.1.2
Figure 3.2.1
Figure 3.3.1
Figure 3.3.2
Figure 3.3.3
Figure 3.3.4
Figure 3.3.5
Figure 3.4.1
Figure 3.4.2
Figure 3.4.3
Figure 3.4.4
Figure 3.4.5
Figure 3.4.6
Figure 3.4.10
Figure 3.4.11
Figure 3.4.12
Figure 3.4.13
Figure 3.4.14
Figure 3.4.15
Figure 3.4.16
Figure 3.4.17
Figure 3.4.18
Figure 3.4.19
Figure 3.4.20
Figure 3.4.21
Figure 3.4.22
Figure 3.4.23
Figure 3.4.24
Figure 3.4.25
Figure 3.4.23
Figure 3.5.1
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Basic G1000 System ........................................2-4
G1000 Optional Interfaces ..............................2-5
PFD/MFD Controls............................................2-7
PFD Initialization ............................................2-10
MFD Power-up Page ......................................2-11
Normal Mode .................................................2-12
Reversionary Mode (Failed PFD)....................2-13
Default PFD Information ..................................3-2
Additional PFD Information .............................3-3
PFD Setup Menu Window................................3-5
Softkey On ........................................................3-7
Softkey Off ........................................................3-7
PFD Softkey Flow Chart – 1.............................3-9
PFD Softkey Flow Chart – 2.............................3-9
PFD Softkey Flow Chart – 3...........................3-10
Airspeed Indicator ..........................................3-11
Red Pointer at Vne .........................................3-11
Attitude Indicator ...........................................3-12
Attitude Indicator Nose High.........................3-13
Attitude Indicator Nose Low .........................3-13
Altimeter .........................................................3-14
Altimeter (Metric) ...........................................3-15
Marker Beacon and Vertical Deviation ..........3-15
Vertical Speed Indicator .................................3-16
Horizontal Situation Indicator .......................3-17
ARC HSI ..........................................................3-18
Current Heading .............................................3-18
Selected Heading Box ....................................3-18
Selected Course Box ......................................3-18
Turn Rate Indicator and Trend Vector ............3-19
Arc CDI and Compass Rose CDI....................3-19
HSI with Bearing Information ........................3-20
BRG1 Information Window ...........................3-20
BRG2 Information Window ...........................3-20
DME Information Window .............................3-21
Radio Tuning Window ....................................3-21
DME Selection Window .................................3-21
GPS INTEG, GPS SUSP, LOC1 and VOR2 .......3-22
Communication Frequency Window .............3-23
Figure 3.5.2
Figure 3.5.3
Figure 3.5.4
Figure 3.5.5
Figure 3.6.1
Figure 3.6.2
Figure 3.6.3
Figure 3.6.4
Figure 3.6.5
Figure 3.6.6
Figure 3.6.7
Figure 3.6.8
Figure 3.6.9
Figure 3.6.10
Figure 3.6.11
Figure 3.6.12
Figure 3.6.13
Figure 3.6.14
Figure 3.6.15
Figure 3.6.16
Figure 3.6.17
Figure 3.6.18
Figure 3.6.19
Figure 3.6.20
Figure 3.6.21
Figure 3.6.22
Figure 3.6.23
Figure 3.6.24
Figure 3.6.25
Figure 3.6.26
Figure 3.6.27
Figure 3.6.28
Figure 3.6.29
Figure 3.6.30
Figure 3.6.31
Figure 3.6.32
Figure 3.7.1
Navigation Frequency Window......................3-23
Navigation Status Bars ..................................3-24
Navigation Status Bar Message ....................3-24
Transponder Status Bar ..................................3-25
Outside Air Temperature Box .........................3-27
System Time Box.............................................3-27
Traffic Annunciation .......................................3-27
Inset Map .......................................................3-28
Page Menu – No Options with NRST
Window Displayed .........................................3-30
Page Menu – Options with FPL Window
Displayed ........................................................3-30
Timer Status Prompts .....................................3-32
Flight ID Field .................................................3-32
Timer/References Window .............................3-33
Nearest Airports Window...............................3-33
Airport Information Window .........................3-34
Direct-to Window ...........................................3-35
Cancel Direct-to NAV .....................................3-36
Flight Plan Window ........................................3-36
Activate Leg Confirmation Window ..............3-37
Page Options Menu .......................................3-37
Invert Flight Plan Confirmation Window ......3-38
Delete Flight Plan Confirmation Window .....3-38
Departure........................................................3-39
Departure Runway .........................................3-39
Departure Transition .......................................3-39
Select Departure Window ..............................3-39
Closest Point of FPL Window.........................3-41
Change Fields on Flight Plan .........................3-42
Procedures Window .......................................3-42
Approach ........................................................3-43
Approach Transition ......................................3-43
Select Approach Window ...............................3-43
Arrival .............................................................3-44
Arrival Transition.............................................3-44
Arrival Runway ...............................................3-44
Select Arrival Window ....................................3-44
PFD Reversionary Mode .................................3-47
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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 3.8.1
Figure 3.8.2
Figure 4.1.1
Figure 4.1.2
Figure 4.1.3
Figure 4.1.4
Figure 4.2.1
Figure 4.2.2
Figure 4.2.3
Figure 4.2.4
Figure 4.2.5
Figure 4.2.6
Figure 4.2.7
Figure 4.2.8
Figure 4.3.1
Figure 4.3.2
Figure 4.3.3
Figure 4.3.4
Figure 4.3.5
Figure 4.3.6
Figure 4.4.1
Figure 4.5.1
Figure 4.5.2
Figure 4.5.3
Figure 4.5.4
Figure 4.5.5
Figure 4.5.6
Figure 4.5.7
Figure 4.5.8
Figure 4.5.9
Figure 4.5.10
Figure 4.5.11
Figure 4.5.12
Figure 5.1.1
Figure 5.1.2
Figure 5.1.3
Figure 5.2.1
Figure 5.2.2
Figure 5.2.3
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Alerts Window ................................................3-49
Annunciation Window ...................................3-49
G1000 VHF NAV/COM Interface (PFD) ...........4-1
Frequency Fields ...............................................4-2
Frequency Toggle Arrow and Tuning Box ........4-3
NAV/COM Controls ..........................................4-4
COM Volume Level ...........................................4-5
Switching COM Radios ....................................4-6
Toggling COM Frequencies..............................4-6
Selecting a COM Radio ....................................4-6
Radio Status Indications ..................................4-7
COM Tuning Failure..........................................4-7
Quickly Tuning 121.500 MHz ..........................4-7
Stuck COM Microphone Alert..........................4-7
NAV Volume Level ............................................4-9
ID Indication .....................................................4-9
Morse Code Identifier Audio ...........................4-9
Switching NAV Radios ...................................4-10
Toggling NAV Frequencies .............................4-10
Selecting a NAV Radio ...................................4-11
DME Tuning Window......................................4-13
Loading Frequencies ......................................4-15
Nearest Airports Window (PFD).....................4-15
MFD Page Group Icon....................................4-16
WPT – Airport Information Page (INFO) .......4-16
WPT – Airport Information Page (APR).........4-17
WPT – VOR Information Page .......................4-18
NRST – Nearest Airport Page ........................4-19
NRST – Nearest VOR Page.............................4-20
NRST – Nearest Frequencies Page ................4-21
Selecting an Approach ...................................4-22
Loading an Approach .....................................4-22
Activating an Approach .................................4-23
Top-level Softkeys ............................................5-1
Mode Selection Softkeys ..................................5-1
Code Selection Softkeys ...................................5-1
Ground Mode ...................................................5-3
Standby Mode ..................................................5-3
ON Mode ..........................................................5-3
Figure 5.2.4
Figure 5.2.5
Figure 5.2.6
Figure 5.2.7
Figure 6A.2.1
Figure 6A.3.1
Figure 6A.3.2
Figure 6A.3.3
Figure 6A.3.4
Figure 6A.3.5
Figure 6A.3.6
Figure 6A.3.7
Figure 6A.3.8
Figure 6A.3.9
Figure 6B.1.1
Figure 7.1.1
Figure 7.1.2
Figure 7.1.3
Figure 7.1.4
Figure 7.1.5
Figure 7.2.1
Figure 7.2.2
Figure 7.2.3
Figure 7.2.4
Figure 7.2.5
Figure 7.3.1
Figure 7.3.2
Figure 7.3.3
Figure 7.3.4
Figure 7.3.5
Figure 8A.1.1
Figure 8A.1.2
Figure 8A.1.3
Figure 8A.1.4
Figure 8A.1.5
Figure 8A.1.6
Figure 8A.1.7
Figure 8A.2.1
Altitude Mode ..................................................5-4
Reply Indication................................................5-4
Entering a Code ...............................................5-4
IDENT Indication ..............................................5-5
Front Panel Controls ..................................... 6A-3
Transceivers ................................................... 6A-5
Marker Beacon .............................................. 6A-7
Marker Beacon Signal Indicator Lights
on the PFD ..................................................... 6A-8
Navigation Radios ......................................... 6A-9
ICS Isolation Keys ........................................ 6A-10
Volume/Squelch Control ............................. 6A-12
Playback ...................................................... 6A-14
Reversionary Mode Button ......................... 6A-15
Dual G1000 Audio Panels (GMA 1347) .... 6A-17
G1000 Audio Panel (GMA 1347) ..................6B-1
ENGINE Page (172)..........................................7-3
ENGINE Page (182)..........................................7-4
ENGINE Page (T182)........................................7-4
ENGINE Page (206)..........................................7-5
ENGINE Page (T206)........................................7-5
LEAN Engine Page (172) .................................7-7
LEAN Engine Page (182) .................................7-8
LEAN Engine Page (T182) ...............................7-8
LEAN Engine Page (206) .................................7-9
LEAN Engine Page (T206) ...............................7-9
SYSTEM Engine Page (172) ...........................7-11
SYSTEM Engine Page (182) ...........................7-12
SYSTEM Engine Page (T182) .........................7-12
SYSTEM Engine Page (206) ...........................7-13
SYSTEM Engine Page (T206) .........................7-13
MFD Power-up Page ..................................... 8A-1
Checklist Page ............................................... 8A-4
MFD Softkeys................................................. 8A-5
Page Group Window ..................................... 8A-6
Page Title Window......................................... 8A-6
Menu with Options ....................................... 8A-7
Menu with No Options ................................. 8A-7
Basic Navigation Map Page.......................... 8A-9
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Figure 8A.2.2
Figure 8A.2.3
Figure 8A.2.4
Figure 8A.2.5
Figure 8A.2.6
Figure 8A.2.7
Figure 8A.2.8
Figure 8A.2.9
Figure 8A.2.10
Figure 8A.2.11
Figure 8A.3.1
Figure 8A.4.1
Figure 8A.4.2
Figure 8A.5.1
Figure 8A.5.2
Figure 8A.5.3
Figure 8A.5.4
Figure 8A.5.5
Figure 8A.6.1
Figure 8A.6.2
Figure 8A.6.3
Figure 8A.6.3
Figure 8A.6.4
Figure 8A.6.5
Figure 8A.6.6
Figure 8A.6.7
Figure 8A.6.8
Figure 8A.6.9
Figure 8A.6.10
Figure 8A.6.12
Figure 8A.6.13
Figure 8A.6.14
Figure 8A.6.15
Figure 8A.6.16
Figure 8A.6.17
Figure 8A.6.18
Figure 8A.6.19
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Map Range .................................................. 8A-11
Map Panning ............................................... 8A-15
Topography Range ...................................... 8A-16
TRAFFIC, TOPO, TERRAIN and LTNG
Softkeys........................................................ 8A-17
MFD Navigation Status Window ................ 8A-18
Map Group Setup Options.......................... 8A-18
Traffic Group Options .................................. 8A-25
Aviation Group Options .............................. 8A-28
Land Group Options.................................... 8A-30
Measuring Bearing and Distance ............... 8A-32
Traffic Map Page ......................................... 8A-33
Terrain Proximity Page ................................ 8A-37
Terrain Scale ................................................ 8A-38
Direct-to Page ............................................. 8A-41
Flight Plan Waypoint Direct-to ................... 8A-43
Nearest Airport Direct-to ............................ 8A-44
Canceling Direct-to Navigation .................. 8A-45
Manual Course Direct-to ............................ 8A-45
Active Flight Plan Page ............................... 8A-48
New Flight Plan ........................................... 8A-48
Activate Flight Plan Leg Confirmation ....... 8A-49
Store Flight Plan Confirmation ................... 8A-50
Invert Flight Plan ........................................ 8A-51
Invert Flight Plan Confirmation .................. 8A-51
Remove Waypoint Confirmation ................ 8A-51
Loading Departure Options ........................ 8A-52
Selecting an Arrival ..................................... 8A-53
Flight Plan with Loaded Approach ............. 8A-54
Removing an Approach .............................. 8A-55
Flight Plan Catalog Page ............................ 8A-57
Flight Plan Catalog Page Options .............. 8A-57
Activate Stored Flight Plan Confirmation .. 8A-58
Delete Flight Plan Confirmation ................. 8A-58
New Flight Plan ........................................... 8A-59
Vertical Navigation (VNAV) Page ............... 8A-63
Approaching VNAV Profile
Message (PFD) ............................................ 8A-64
Approaching Target Altitude
Message (PFD) ............................................ 8A-64
Figure 8A.7.1
Figure 8A.7.2
Figure 8A.7.3
Figure 8A.7.4
Figure 8A.7.5
Figure 8A.7.6
Figure 8A.7.7
Figure 8A.7.8
Figure 8A.7.9
Figure 8A.7.10
Figure 8A.7.11
Figure 8A.7.12
Figure 8A.7.13
Figure 8A.7.14
Figure 8A.8.1
Figure 8A.8.2
Figure 8A.8.3
Figure 8A.8.4
Figure 8A.8.5
Figure 8A.8.6
Figure 8A.8.7
Figure 8A.8.4
Figure 8A.8.9
Figure 8A.8.10
Figure 8A.8.11
Figure 8A.8.12
Figure 8A.8.13
Figure 8A.8.14
Figure 8A.8.15
Figure 8A.9.1
Figure 8A.9.2
Figure 8A.9.3
Figure 8A.9.4
Figure 8A.9.5
Figure 8A.9.6
Figure 8A.9.7
Figure 8A.9.8
Procedures Page .......................................... 8A-65
Selecting an Approach Procedure .............. 8A-67
Selecting an Approach Transition ............... 8A-67
Activating an Approach Procedure............. 8A-68
Approach with No Procedure Turn ............. 8A-70
Flying the Missed Approach ....................... 8A-72
Flying the Procedure Turn ........................... 8A-74
Flying the DME Arc and Vectors to the
DME Arc ....................................................... 8A-76
Accomplishing a Holding Pattern ............... 8A-79
Course from Fix to Distance or Course
from Fix to DME Distance ........................... 8A-81
Flying a Course from Fix to Altitude........... 8A-83
Flying a Course from Fix to Manual
Sequence ..................................................... 8A-85
Flying the ILS Approach .............................. 8A-88
Flying the Vectors Approach ....................... 8A-90
Airport Information Page ............................ 8A-91
Waypoint Facility or City Location .............. 8A-93
Runway Information Field........................... 8A-94
Frequency Information Field ....................... 8A-95
Airport Information Page Menu ................. 8A-96
Departure Page Menu ................................. 8A-97
Arrival Page Menu....................................... 8A-98
Approach Page Menu ............................... 8A-101
Intersection Information Page .................. 8A-102
NDB Information Page .............................. 8A-104
NDB Page Menu ........................................ 8A-106
VOR Information Page .............................. 8A-107
VOR Page Menu ........................................ 8A-109
User WPT Information Page...................... 8A-110
User WPT Page Menu ............................... 8A-115
Trip Planning Page .................................... 8A-120
Trip Planning Page Menu .......................... 8A-120
Utility Page ................................................ 8A-124
Utility Page Menu...................................... 8A-124
GPS Status Page ........................................ 8A-127
GPS Status Page Menu ............................. 8A-127
RAIM .......................................................... 8A-131
GPS Signal Strength .................................. 8A-132
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Figure 8A.9.9
Figure 8A.9.10
Figure 8A.10.1
Figure 8A.10.2
Figure 8A.10.3
Figure 8A.10.4
Figure 8A.10.5
Figure 8A.10.6
Figure 8A.10.7
Figure 8A.10.8
Figure 8A.10.9
Figure 8A.10.10
Figure 8A.10.11
Figure 8B.2.1
Figure 8B.2.2
Figure 8B.2.3
Figure 8B.2.4
Figure 8B.2.5
Figure 8B.3.1
Figure 8B.3.2
Figure 8B.3.3
Figure 8B.3.4
Figure 8B.3.5
Figure 8B.4.1
Figure 8B.4.2
Figure 8B.4.3
Figure 8B.4.4
Figure 8B.4.5
Figure 8B.4.6
Figure 8B.4.7
Figure 8B.4.8
Figure 8B.4.9
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System Setup Page .................................... 8A-133
System Status Page ................................... 8A-144
Nearest Airports Page ............................... 8A-146
Direct-to from Nearest Airports Page ....... 8A-147
APT, RNWY, FREQ, and APR Softkeys ....... 8A-148
LD APR Softkey .......................................... 8A-149
Nearest Airports Page ............................... 8A-150
Nearest Intersections Page ....................... 8A-151
Nearest NDB Page .................................... 8A-153
Nearest VOR Page ..................................... 8A-155
Nearest User Waypoints Page .................. 8A-157
Nearest Frequencies Page......................... 8A-159
Nearest Airspaces Page ............................ 8A-161
In-Flight Navigation Map Page Displaying
Stormscope Lightning Data ...........................8B-4
Lightning Display Range Annunciation .........8B-5
Weather Group Options Menu ......................8B-5
Stormscope Page............................................8B-7
Stormscope Page Options Menu ...................8B-8
In-flight Navigation Map Page Displaying
TAS Traffic .....................................................8B-10
Traffic Group Options Menu ........................8B-12
In-flight Traffic Map Page.............................8B-14
Traffic Map Page (Test Mode) ......................8B-15
Traffic Map Page Standby Display ...............8B-16
XM Information Page ...................................8B-18
Navigation Map Page Displaying
NEXRAD Weather.........................................8B-21
Map Setup Options ......................................8B-22
Weather Display on the Nearest
NDB Page .....................................................8B-23
METAR and TAF Text Displayed on the
Airport (Weather) Information Page ...........8B-25
AUX – Trip Planning Page Map Displaying
NEXRAD Weather ........................................8B-26
Stored Flight Plan Page Map Displaying
Weather Data ..............................................8B-26
Weather Data Link Page ..............................8B-27
Weather Legends Window...........................8B-31
Figure 8B.4.10
Figure 8B.4.11
Figure 8B.4.12
Figure 8B.4.13
Figure 8B.4.14
Figure 8B.4.15
Figure 8B.4.16
Figure 8B.4.17
Figure 8B.4.18
Figure 8B.4.19
Figure 9.1.1
Figure 9.2.1
Figure 9.2.2
Figure 9.2.3
Figure 9.4.1
Figure F.1
Weather Data Link Page Menu ...................8B-34
Panning on the Weather Data Link Page ....8B-35
Weather Product Symbols ...........................8B-36
XM Information Page ...................................8B-38
XM Radio Page.............................................8B-39
Channels Page..............................................8B-40
Direct Channel Selection..............................8B-41
Categories List..............................................8B-41
Volume Control ............................................8B-41
LRU Information Window ............................8B-42
G1000 Alerting System ....................................9-1
WARNING Softkey Annunciation.....................9-3
CAUTION Softkey Annunciation ......................9-3
ADVISORY Softkey Annunciation.....................9-3
G1000 System Failure Annunciations .............9-9
Terrain Color Chart...........................................F-4
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LIST OF TABLES
Table 6A.3.1
Table 6A.3.2
Table 6A.3.3
Table 6A.3.5
Table 8A.2.1
Table 8B.4.1
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Marker Beacon Signal Characteristics............ 6A-8
ICS Isolation Mode Transitions ..................... 6A-10
ICS Isolation Modes & Telephone
Distribution .................................................... 6A-11
Transitioning from Auto to Manual Squelch
Mode ............................................................. 6A-12
Map Declutter Levels .................................... 8A-13
Advisory Messages.........................................8B-43
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WARNINGS & CAUTIONS
WARNING: Navigation and terrain separation must NOT be predicated upon the use of the terrain function.
The G1000 Terrain Proximity feature is NOT intended to be used as a primary reference for terrain avoidance
and does not relieve the pilot from the responsibility of being aware of surroundings during flight. The Terrain
Proximity feature is only to be used as an aid for terrain avoidance and is not certified for use in applications
requiring a certified terrain awareness system. Terrain data is obtained from third party sources. Garmin is
not able to independently verify the accuracy of the terrain data.
WARNING: The displayed minimum safe altitudes (MSAs) are only advisory in nature and should not be relied
upon as the sole source of obstacle and terrain avoidance information. Always refer to current aeronautical
charts for appropriate minimum clearance altitudes.
WARNING: The Garmin G1000, as installed in Cessna Nav III aircraft, has a very high degree of functional integrity. However, the pilot must recognize that providing monitoring and/or self-test capability for all conceivable
system failures is not practical. Although unlikely, it may be possible for erroneous operation to occur without
a fault indication shown by the G1000. It is thus the responsibility of the pilot to detect such an occurrence
by means of cross-checking with all redundant or correlated information available in the cockpit.
WARNING: For safety reasons, G1000 operational procedures must be learned on the ground.
WARNING: The altitude calculated by G1000 GPS receivers is geometric height above Mean Sea Level and could
vary significantly from the altitude displayed by pressure altimeters, such as the GDC 74A Air Data Computer,
or other altimeters in aircraft. GPS altitude should never be used for vertical navigation. Always use pressure
altitude displayed by the G1000 PFD or other pressure altimeters in aircraft.
WARNING: The Jeppesen database used in the G1000 system must be updated regularly in order to ensure
that its information remains current. Updates are released every 28 days. A database information packet is
included in the G1000 package. Pilots using an outdated database do so entirely at their own risk.
WARNING: The basemap (land and water data) must not be used for navigation, but rather only for non-navigational situational awareness. Any basemap indication should be compared with other navigation sources.
CAUTION: The United States government operates the Global Positioning System and is solely responsible
for its accuracy and maintenance. The GPS system is subject to changes which could affect the accuracy and
performance of all GPS equipment. Portions of the Garmin G1000 utilize GPS as a precision electronic NAVigation AID (NAVAID). Therefore, as with all NAVAIDs, information presented by the G1000 can be misused or
misinterpreted and, therefore, become unsafe.
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CAUTION: To reduce the risk of unsafe operation, carefully review and understand all aspects of the G1000
Pilot’s Guide documentation and the G1000 Flight Manual Supplement. Thoroughly practice basic operation
prior to actual use. During flight operations, carefully compare indications from the G1000 to all available
navigation sources, including the information from other NAVAIDs, visual sightings, charts, etc. For safety
purposes, always resolve any discrepancies before continuing navigation.
CAUTION: The Garmin G1000 does not contain any user-serviceable parts. Repairs should only be made by
an authorized Garmin service center. Unauthorized repairs or modifications could void both the warranty and
the pilot’s authority to operate this device under FAA/FCC regulations.
CAUTION: The GDU 1040 PFD and MFD displays use a lens coated with a special anti-reflective coating that is
very sensitive to skin oils, waxes, and abrasive cleaners. CLEANERS CONTAINING AMMONIA WILL HARM THE
ANTI-REFLECTIVE COATING. It is very important to clean the lens using a clean, lint-free cloth and an eyeglass
lens cleaner that is specified as safe for anti-reflective coatings.
CAUTION: All visual depictions contained within this document, including screen images of the G1000 panel
and displays, are subject to change and may not reflect the most current G1000 system. Depictions of equipment may differ slightly from the actual equipment.
CAUTION: The illustrations in this guide are only examples. The G1000 should never be used to attempt
to penetrate a thunderstorm. Both the FAA Advisory Circular, Subject: Thunderstorms, and the Aeronautical
Information Manual (AIM) recommend avoiding “by at least 20 miles any thunderstorm identified as severe
or giving an intense radar echo.”
CAUTION: There are several atmospheric phenomena in addition to nearby thunderstorms that can cause
isolated discharge points in the strike display mode. However, clusters of two or more discharge points in
the strike display mode do indicate thunderstorm activity if these points reappear after the screen has been
cleared. Avoid the clusters to avoid the thunderstorms. In the cell display mode, even a single discharge point
may represent thunderstorm activity and should therefore be avoided.
WARNING: This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
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WARNING: Traffic information shown on the G1000 Multi Function Display is provided as an aid in visually
acquiring traffic. Pilots must maneuver the aircraft based only upon either ATC guidance or positive visual
acquisition of conflicting traffic.
WARNING: Use of the Stormscope interface for hazardous weather penetration (thunderstorm penetration)
is prohibited. Weather information on the G1000 MFD is approved only for weather avoidance, not penetration.
WARNING: Use of the GDL 69 Weather interface for hazardous weather penetration (thunderstorm penetration) is prohibited. Weather information provided by the GDL 69 is approved only for weather avoidance, not
penetration.
CAUTION: NEXRAD weather data is to be used for long-range planning purposes only. Due to inherent delays
in data transmission as well as the relative age of the data, NEXRAD weather data should not be used for
short-range weather avoidance.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
This Garmin product is warranted to be free from defects in materials or workmanship for two years from the date of purchase. Within this
period, Garmin will, at its sole option, repair or replace any components that fail in normal use. Such repairs or replacement will be made at no
charge to the customer for parts and labor, provided that the customer shall be responsible for any transportation cost. This warranty does not
cover failures due to abuse, misuse, accident, or unauthorized alterations or repairs.
THE WARRANTIES AND REMEDIES CONTAINED HEREIN ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESS OR IMPLIED OR
STATUTORY, INCLUDING ANY LIABILITY ARISING UNDER ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,
STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, WHICH MAY VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
IN NO EVENT SHALL GARMIN BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER RESULTING
FROM THE USE, MISUSE, OR INABILITY TO USE THIS PRODUCT OR FROM DEFECTS IN THE PRODUCT. Some states do not allow the exclusion of
incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations may not apply to you.
Garmin retains the exclusive right to repair or replace the unit or software, or to offer a full refund of the purchase price, at its sole discretion.
SUCH REMEDY SHALL BE YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY.
To obtain warranty service, contact your local Garmin Authorized Service Center. For assistance in locating a Service Center near you, visit the
Garmin Web site at “http://www.garmin.com” or contact Garmin Customer Service at 800-800-1020.
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INDEX
A
Accomplishing a holding
pattern 8A-78
Acquisition squitter 5-3, 5-7
Activate approach 3-45
Activate flight plan 8A-49, 8A-58
Activation instructions 8B-17
Active 4-5, 4-9
Active Channel 8B-40
Active Channel list 8B-41
Active field 4-2, 4-3, 4-6, 4-10, 4-15,
4-23
Active flight plan 8A-28, 8A-43
Active Flight Plan Page 8A-47
Active Flight Plan Page options 8A-48
Active frequency 4-2, 4-3, 4-7
Advisory messages 8B-43
ADVISORY softkey 3-49
Age stamp 8B-37
AHRS 2-2, 2-14
Air-initiated long replies 5-7
Airborne 5-4
Airborne status determination 5-7
Aircraft alerts 9-5
Aircraft heading data 8B-11
AIRMET 8B-30
Airport frequency 8A-149
Airport Frequency Information
field 8A-93
Airport information 4-16, 4-17
Airport Information Page 8B-19, 8B-24
Airport Information window 3-34
Airport Runway Information
field 8A-94
Airport symbols 8A-12
Airspace 8A-12
Airspace boundaries 8A-28
Airspace messages 8A-163
Airspeed indicator 3-11
Airspeed trend vector 3-11
Air Data Computer 2-1, 2-2
Alerting system 9-1
Alerts 9-1
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Alerts window 3-49
Alert levels 9-3
Altimeter 3-14
Altitude buffer 8A-139
Altitude display mode 8B-11
Altitude display mode indicator 8B-15
Altitude mode 5-3, 5-4
Altitude reference box 3-14
Altitude reference bug 3-14
Altitude reporting 5-7
Altitude trend vector 3-14
ALT indication 5-4
ALT mode 3-25
ALT softkey 5-3, 5-4
Ammeter 7-3
Annunciation window 3-49
Annunciator light(s) 4-9, 6A-5
Approach(es) 8A-66, C-1, C-2, C-3,
C-4
Approach activation 4-15, 4-16, 4-22
Approach Information Page 8A-95
Approach markers
Inner 6A-7, 6A-12
Lamp color 6A-8
Middle 6A-7
Outer 6A-7, 6A-12
Signal augmentation 6A-7
Approach Page menu 8A-101
APR softkey 4-17, 8A-100
ARC HSI 3-17
ARINC 429 2-2
ARINC leg types 8A-66
Arrivals and departures 8A-65
Arrival Alerts 8A-141
Arrival Page Menu 8A-98
ARTCC 4-21, 8A-159
ARTCC softkey 4-21
ASSIST softkey 7-6
ATC 5-5, 5-7
ATC guidance 8B-1
ATC vectors 8A-75
Attitude 2-1, 2-2
Attitude indicator 3-12
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Audio alerting system 9-1
Audio alerts 8A-141
Audio entertainment 8B-17
Audio panel 4-3, 4-6, 4-9
Audio panel controls
ADF 6A-9
AUX 6A-9
COM1 6A-4, 6A-5
COM1 MIC 6A-2
COM2 6A-4, 6A-5
COM2 MIC 6A-2, 6A-4
COM3 6A-4, 6A-5
COM3 MIC 6A-2, 6A-4
COM 1/2 6A-5, 6A-6
COPLT 6A-10
DME 6A-9
NAV1 6A-9
NAV2 6A-9
SPKR 6A-7
SQ 6A-12, 6A-13
TEL 6A-5
VOL 6A-12, 6A-13
Auto-tuning 4-15, 4-16, 4-22
Automated Airborne Determination
(AAD) 3-25
Automatic 5-3, 5-4
Automatic sequencing C-2, C-3
Automatic squelch 4-4, 4-5
Auto zoom 8A-11, 8A-20
Auxiliary Page group 8A-119
Auxiliary windows 3-31
AUX (trip planning map) 8B-19
AUX Page group 4-5
Aviation database A-1
Aviation group options 8A-28
Aviation map data 8A-12
B
Backlighting 2-12, 3-5, 8A-2
Backup 2-13
BACK softkey 5-1
Barometric setting box 3-14
Battery amperage (standby) 7-10
I-1
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Bearing pointers 3-20
Bendix/King
KTA870 TAS/KMH880 8B-9
BKSP softkey 5-4
BRG1 3-20
BRG2 3-20
Bus voltage (essential) 7-10
C
Canceling direct-to navigation 8A-45
Category 8B-41
CATGRY softkey 8B-40
CAUTION 9-3
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CAUTION alerts 9-5
CAUTION softkey 3-49
CDI scale 8A-68, 8A-142, C-3
CDI softkey 4-11
Cell data 8B-3
Cell movement status 8B-21
Change fields 3-42, 8A-56
Changing the map scale 8A-34
Channel list 8B-39
Channels 8B-40
Channel status indications 4-1
CHNL softkey 8B-40
City 3-35
City Forecast Data 8B-19
CLEAR softkey 8B-8
Closest point of flight plan 8A-55
Closest point of FPL 3-41
Cockpit Voice Recorder 6A-15, 6B-1
Codes (important) 5-5
Code field 5-1, 5-4, 5-5
Code selection 5-4
Code selection softkeys 5-1, 5-4
CODE softkey 5-1, 5-4
Color 4-1, 4-3, 4-5, 4-9
Cyan 4-3
Green 4-3, 4-6, 4-11
Magenta 4-11
White 4-3, 4-7, 4-11
Color code 4-1, 4-9
I-2
COM1 4-2, 4-5, 4-6
COM1 MIC 4-2, 4-6
COM2 4-2, 4-5, 4-6
COM2 MIC 4-2, 4-6
Communication frequency
window 3-23
COM channel spacing 8A-143
COM Configuration 8A-142
COM frequency window 4-1
COM knob 4-3, 4-4, 4-5, 4-6, 4-10
COM swap 6A-6
Controls 4-1, 4-4
Controls (display bezel) 2-7
Convective SIGMET 8B-30
Copyright i
Copy a flight plan 8A-59
COUNTY softkey 8B-33
County Warnings 8B-19
Course 3-18
Course Deviation Indicator (CDI) 3-19
Course from fix to an altitude 8A-80
Course from fix to distance 8A-80
Course from fix to DME
distance 8A-80
Course from fix to manual
termination 8A-80
Course pointer 3-17
Create a new flight plan 8A-59
Create a new waypoint 8A-117
Create a flight plan 3-37
Create a profile 8A-134
Customized Display 8B-5
CVR 6A-15
CYCLONE softkey 8B-33
Cylinder Head Temperature (CHT) 7-2
CYL SLCT softkey 7-6
Decluttering 8A-13
Declutter level 3-29
Default power-on settings 6A-5
Delete 3-38
Delete all flight plans 8A-61
Delete all user waypoints 8A-115
Delete a flight plan 8A-60
Delete a user waypoint 8A-117
Delete a waypoint 8A-51
Delete a profile 8A-135
Density altitude 8A-123
Departure procedures 8A-97
Departure timer 8A-125
Description 5-1
Digital audio entertainment 2-3, 8B-38
Digit softkeys 5-4, 5-5
Dilution of Precision 8A-129
Direct-to 3-34
Direct-to navigation 8A-41
Direct-to Page 8A-41
Direct-to waypoint 8A-42
Display backup 3-47
Display interpretation 8B-12
Display units 8A-136
DME 4-1, 4-13
HOLD mode 4-13
NAV1 mode 4-13
NAV2 mode 4-13
Tuning mode 4-13
DME radio 3-21
DME Tuning window 4-1, 4-13
DONE softkey 8B-40
DP softkey 8A-97
Dual CDU failure 4-7
D
ECHO TOP 8B-29
Edit flight plan 8A-49, 8A-61
Emergency code 5-5
Emergency frequency 4-7
Temporary Flight Restrictions 8B-19
Engine Indication System (EIS) 7-1
Engine Page 7-1
Database 2-11, A-1
Data and audio radio ID 8B-39
Data link 2-1
Date/Time box 8A-136
dBZ 8B-28
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ENGINE softkey 7-1, 8A-2
Entering a code 5-4
Entertainment inputs 6A-9
Estimated Position Error 8A-129
Ethernet 2-1, 2-2, 2-12, 2-13
Exhaust Gas Temperature (EGT) 7-2
F
Facility 3-35
Failure
Display 2-13
Input 2-14
Failure Response 8B-12
FCC xvii
Figure numbering format 1-3
FIS-B 8B-19
FIS weather information 8B-19
Flight ID 3-32
Flight ID reporting 5-7
Flight planning 8A-47
Flight planning maps 8B-19
Flight plans 3-36
Flight Plan Catalog Page 8A-57
Flight Plan Catalog Page
operations 8A-57
Flight Plan Catalog Page
options 8A-57
Flight plan window 3-36
Flight timer 8A-125
Flying the DME ARC 8A-75
Flying the ILS approach 8A-86
Flying the missed approach 8A-71
Flying the procedure turn 8A-73
Flying the vectors approach 8A-89
Freezing levels 8B-19
Frequency list 8A-95
Frequency Toggle Arrow 4-1, 4-3, 4-7
Frequency Toggle key 4-3, 4-4, 4-5,
4-6, 4-7, 4-9, 4-10, 4-15
FREQ softkey 4-19, 4-20
Front Matter 1-1, 1-2
FRZ LVL softkey 8B-32
FSS 4-21
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FSS information 8A-159
FSS softkey 4-21
Fuel calculation 7-10
Fuel flow indicator 7-2
Fuel planning 8A-122
Fuel quantity indicator 7-2
Fuel range ring 8A-24
Fuel reserve rings 3-28
G
GDC 74A 2-1, 2-2
GDL 69/69A 2-1, 2-3, 8B-17
GDL 69 troubleshooting 8B-42
GDL 69 weather interface 8B-19
GDU 1040 2-1
GEA 71 2-1, 2-2
Generic timer 3-32, 8A-125
GIA 63 2-1, 2-2
GMA 1347 2-1, 2-10, 2-12
GMU 44 2-1, 2-2
GND indication 5-3
GND mode 3-25
GPS xvi, C-1
GPS mode 4-3, 4-11
GPS receiver 8A-132
Graphical cloud tops 8B-19
Graphical echo tops 8B-19
Graphical lightning strikes 8B-19
Graphical METAR data 8B-19
Graphical NEXRAD data 8B-19
Graphical wind data 8B-19
Ground clutter 8B-28
Ground mode 5-3
GRS 77 2-1, 2-2
GTX 33 2-1, 2-3, 5-1, 5-7
H
Heading 3-18, 8B-11
Headset(s) 6A-4, 6A-9, 6A-15
Stereo 6A-4
Hijack code 5-5
HI SENS 6A-7
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Horizontal Situation Indicator
(HSI) 3-17
Hottest cylinder 7-2
HSI 4-2, 4-3, 4-11
Hurricane track 8B-19
I
ICAO 5-5
Icing 8B-31
ID 4-3, 4-4, 4-9
Identification codes 5-4
Identification code (previous) 5-5
IDENT function 5-5
IDENT softkey 3-25, 5-3, 5-5
IDNT indication 5-5
IFR conditions 8B-31
Index 1-3, I-1
INFO softkey 4-16, 8B-40
Initialization (system) 2-10
Inset map 3-28
INTEG 3-22
Intercom system (ICS) 6A-6, 6A-9,
6A-10, 6A-12, 6A-13
Interrogations 3-25, 5-3, 5-4, 5-7
Intruder aircraft 8B-9
Invert 3-38
Invert and activate a flight plan 8A-59
Invert flight plan 8A-51
J
Jeppesen xvi, A-1
Joystick (bezel) 2-7
K
Key(s) 2-8, 2-9
CLR 2-7
COM Frequency Toggle 2-7
Direct-to 2-7
ENT 2-7
FPL 2-7
MENU 2-7
NAV Frequency Toggle 2-7
I-3
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PROC 2-7
kHz 4-4, 4-5, 4-6, 4-9, 4-10
Knob(s)
ALT 2-7
COM 2-7
COM VOL/SQ 2-7
CRS/BARO 2-7
FMS 2-7
HDG 2-7
NAV 2-7
NAV VOL/ID 2-7
KN 63 DME 4-13
KR 87 ADF 4-13
L
L-3 SKYWATCH HP Traffic Advisory
System 8B-9
Land data 8A-20
Land group options 8A-30
LD APR softkey 8A-149
Lean Page 7-6
LEAN softkey 7-6
LED 6A-5
LEGEND 8B-31
LEGEND softkey 8B-31
Level-2 5-7
Lightning 8B-7
Liquid crystal displays 8A-1
List of figures xi, 1-1, 1-3
List of tables xv, 1-1, 1-3
Loading Departure options 8A-52
Load approach 3-40, 8A-54
Load arrival 3-40, 8A-53
Load departure 3-39, 8A-52
LOC1 4-2, 4-11
LOC2 4-2, 4-11
Localized SIGMET 8B-30
Long-range planning 8B-1
Loss of communication code 5-5
LRU(s) 2-1
LRU Information window 8B-42
I-4
M
Magnetic variation 8A-107
Magnetometer 2-1, 2-2, 2-14
Manifold pressure 7-1
Manual 5-3, 5-4
Manual sequencing C-2
Manual squelch (MAN SQ) 6A-12,
6A-13
Override 6A-13
Manual tuning 4-6, 4-10
Map datums 8A-137, D-1
Map group options 8A-18
Map orientation 3-28, 8A-11
Map Page group 8B-6
Map panning 8A-14, 8B-34
Map scale 8A-11
Map setup 8A-18
Map symbols F-1
Marker beacon 6A-7
Marker beacon annunciations 3-15
MASQ 6A-9
Measuring bearing/distance 8A-31
Menus 8A-7
MENU key 4-18, 4-23
Message advisories 9-3, 9-11, 9-12,
9-14, 9-15, 9-16, 9-17, 9-18
METAR 8B-24
Metric display 3-15
MFD 4-1, 4-2, 4-3, 4-5, 4-6, 4-10,
4-15, 4-16
MFD Data Bar fields 8A-141
MFD Page group 4-16
MFD softkeys 8A-2
MHz 4-4, 4-5, 4-6, 4-9, 4-10
Military interceptor operations
code 5-5
Minimum runway length 8A-143
Missed approach C-2
Missed approach procedure C-3
MKR/MUTE 6A-7
Mode A 3-25, 5-1, 5-3
Mode C 3-25, 5-1, 5-3
Mode field 5-1, 5-3, 5-4, 5-5
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Mode S 5-1, 5-3, 5-7, E-1, E-2
Mode Select 5-7
Mode selection 5-3
Mode selection softkeys 5-1, 5-3, 5-4
Mode-S transponder 3-25
Monitoring traffic 8B-12
MORE WX softkey 8B-32
Morse code identifier 4-3, 4-4, 4-9
Mountain obscuration 8B-31
Multi-site long reply 5-7
MUSIC #1 6A-9, 6A-10
MUSIC #2 6A-9, 6A-10
Muting
COM 6A-6, 6A-14
MUSIC #1 6A-9
N
National Weather Service 8B-33
NAV1 4-2, 4-6, 4-9, 4-10, 4-11, 6A-9
NAV2 4-2, 4-9, 4-10, 4-11, 6A-9
NAVAID(s) xvi, xvii
Navigation frequency window 3-23
Navigation Map Page 8A-9, 8B-3
Navigation Map Page options
menu 8A-18
Navigation modes 4-11
Navigation source 3-22
Navigation status bar 3-24, 4-2, 4-5
NAV frequency window 4-1
NAV knob 4-3, 4-4, 4-10
NAV range ring 8A-22
NDB Information Page options 8A-106
NDB Page Menu 8A-106
Index 1-1
Nearest airports 3-33, 4-15, 4-19,
8A-44, 8A-143
Nearest Airports Page 8A-148
Nearest frequencies 4-21
Nearest Pages 8B-19
Nearest Page group 8A-145
NEXRAD 8B-19
NEXRAD abnormalities 8B-28
NEXRAD intensity 8B-28
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NEXRAD limitations 8B-28
NEXRAD softkey 8B-20
Normal operating mode 2-12
No-procedure turn 8A-69
O
OAT 2-2
OBS 3-22
Obstacles 8B-3
OBS mode C-2
Oil pressure 7-2
Oil temperature 7-2
ON indication 5-3
ON mode 5-3
Operating Mode 8B-11
Operation 5-1, 6A-5, 6A-15
Operational xvi
Optional
NAV radios 4-1, 4-13
Equipment 2-5
Outside Air Temperature (OAT) 3-27
Overview 2-1
P
PA 6A-7
Page groups 8A-6
Page numbering format 1-2
Pan map 3-30
Part numbers 1-1, 1-2
Peak 7-6
Performance G-1, G-3
PFD 4-1, 4-2, 4-3, 4-6, 4-7, 4-10,
4-15, 5-1, 6A-6, 6A-7, 6A-12
PILOT 6A-10
Pitch indication 3-12
PLAY 6A-14
Point-n-shoot flight plan 8A-62
Pounds per square inch (PSI) 7-2
Power 8A-34, 8A-125
Power-up 2-10
Power-up self-test 8A-34, 8B-9
Presets 8B-41
PRESETS softkey 8B-40
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Pressure altitude 5-4
Primary Flight Display (PFD) 3-1
Primary NAV frequency 4-15, 4-17,
4-22, 4-23
Procedures 8A-65
Procedures Page 8A-65
Procedures window 3-42
PROC key 4-22, 4-23
Proximity advisories 8B-12
PTT 6A-7
Q
Quickly tuning 121.500 MHz 4-7
R
Radar coverage 8B-29
Radio IDs 8B-17
Radio selection 4-1, 4-2
RADIO softkey 8B-38, 8B-40
Radio tuning window 3-21
RAIM C-1
Range 8B-7
Recently used VORs 4-18
Recorded COM signals 6A-14
Registered trademark i
Remove approach 3-41
Remove arrival 3-41
Remove departure 3-41
Remove departure, arrival, or
approach 8A-55
Removing Stormscope lightning
data 8B-6
Rename user waypoint 8A-117
Rename profile 8A-135
Replies 5-3, 5-4, 5-7
Restore defaults 3-42, 8A-56
Reversionary mode 2-13, 2-14, 3-47,
6A-2
Revolutions per minute (RPM) 7-1
Roll indication 3-13
RS-232 2-1, 2-3
RS-485 2-2
RST USED softkey 7-10
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Runway PCL frequency 4-17
Ryan 9900B and 9900BX TAS 8B-9
R indication 5-4
S
Satellites C-1
Scheduler 8A-126
SD card 2-9, A-1
Section numbering format 1-2
Selected NAV radio 4-16, 4-22, 4-23
Selecting a COM radio 4-6
Selecting a NAV radio 4-11
Select approach 3-43, 8A-54, 8A-67
Select arrival 3-44
Select departure 3-45, 8A-52
Service class 8B-39
Severe thunderstorm 8B-33
SFC softkey 8B-32
Short squitter 5-7
SIGMET 8B-30
SIGMETs/AIRMETs 8B-19
Single magenta arrow 4-11
Skywatch 8B-9
Slip/Skid indicator 3-13
Softkey
ENGINE 8A-2
SYSTEM softkey 8A-2
Softkeys 3-7
Sort by comment/number 8A-61
Speaker 6A-7, 6A-15
Special Position Identification
(SPI) 3-25
Specifications G-1, G-2
Specifying a course to a
waypoint 8A-45
Speed indication 3-11
Speed ranges 3-11
Spell N Find 8A-42
SPKR 6A-7
Standard instrument departures 8A-52
Standby annunciation 8B-16
Standby field 4-2, 4-3, 4-4, 4-16, 4-22,
4-23
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Standby frequency 4-2, 4-3, 4-6, 4-10,
4-15, 4-21
Standby mode 3-25, 5-1, 5-3, 5-5
Standby softkey 8B-16
STAR softkey 8A-98
STBY indication 5-3
STBY softkey 5-3
Stop navigating a flight plan 8A-58
Store flight plan 3-37, 8A-50
Storing the binder 1-3
Stormscope 8B-3
Stormscope Page 8B-6
Stormscope Page operations 8B-8
Storm cells 8B-30
Strike data 8B-3
Strike location 8B-29
Stuck COM microphone 4-7
Alert 4-7
Surface analysis 8B-19
Surface winds 8B-31
Surveillance identifier 5-7
SUSP 3-22
Symbols F-1
System annunciations 9-1, 9-7
System Page 7-10
SYSTEM softkey 7-10
System Status Page 8B-42
System Time box 3-27, 5-1
System time format 8A-136
T
Table numbering format 1-3
Table of contents ii, 1-1, 1-3
Tab numbers 1-1
Tachometer 7-1
TAF 8B-24
TAS Traffic 8B-11
TCAS 5-7, 8B-9
TCAS-equipped aircraft 5-7
TCAS symbology 8A-34
TEL 6A-5
Temporary Flight Restrictions 8B-19
Terrain xvi, 3-29, A-1, F-4
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Terrain data 8A-23, 8B-3
Terrain data scale 8A-23, 8A-24
Terrain information 8A-17
Terrain Proximity Page 8A-37
Terrain Proximity Page
operations 8A-39
Terrain separation xvi
Test mode annunciation 8B-15
Test softkey 8B-15
Textual METAR data 8B-19
Textual Terminal Aerodrome
Forecasts 8B-19
Thunderstorm penetration xviii, 8B-1
Timer/References 3-31
Time offset 8A-136
TIS 5-7, 8A-17, E-1
TIS interface 8B-9
TIS symbology 8A-34
TIS traffic advisory 8A-35
TIS traffic status 8A-36
Toggling COM frequencies 4-6
Toggling NAV frequencies 4-10
Top-level softkeys 5-1
TOPO 3-29
Topographic information 8A-16
Topo data 8A-22
Topo scale box 8A-23
Totalizer 7-10
Tracking intruder aircraft 8B-9
Track vector 8A-21
Trademark i
Traffic 3-29, 8A-17, E-1
Traffic advisories 8B-12
Traffic advisory criteria 8B-12
Traffic advisory systems 8B-9
Traffic annunciation 3-27
Traffic banner 8A-36
Traffic group options 8A-25
Traffic information 5-7
Traffic label 8A-27
Traffic Map Page 8A-33, 8B-13
Traffic Map Page operations 8A-34
Traffic mode 8A-25
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TRAFFIC softkey 8B-11
Traffic symbol 8A-26
Transceiver 4-5
Transponder-equipped aircraft 5-7
Transponder status bar 3-25, 5-1, 5-3,
5-4, 5-5
Trip planning operations 8A-121
Tuning box 4-1
Turbine Inlet Temperature (TIT) 7-2
Turbulence 8B-31
True airspeed box 3-11
Turn rate indicator 3-19
TX 4-3, 4-7
U
Update rate 8B-29
User Waypoint Information
Page 8A-114
Using the binder 1-2
V
Vacuum pressure indicator 7-10
Vectors to final 8A-89
Vectors to the DME ARC 8A-77
Vertical deviation/glideslope
indicator 3-15
Vertical Navigation (VNAV)
Page 8A-63
Vertical navigation profile 8A-63
Vertical Speed Indicator (VSI) 3-16
Vertical speed pointer 3-16
VFR 3-25
VFR code 5-5
VHF 4-1, 4-5, 4-1
View recent user WPT list 8A-115
VLOC receiver 8A-68
Voice alerts 9-5
Voice announcements 8B-11
VOL/PUSH ID 4-4, 4-9
VOL/PUSH SQ 4-4, 4-5
Voltmeter 7-3
Volume 6A-6, 6A-12, 8B-41
Volume/squelch 6A-12
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Volume level 4-4, 4-5, 4-9
VOL softkey 8B-40
VOR 4-16, 4-18, 4-20
VOR/ILS approach 4-16, 4-23
VOR/LOC name identifier 4-11
VOR1 4-2, 4-11
VOR2 4-2, 4-11
VOR information 4-18
VOR list 8A-109
VOR Page menu 8A-109
Vspeeds 3-33
Vspeed bugs 3-31
Vspeed references 3-11
W
WARN 3-22
WARNING 9-3
Warning(s) xvi-xviii, 6A-4
WARNING alerts 9-5
WARNING softkey 3-49
Warranty xix
Waypoint facility or city location 8A-93
Waypoint identifier 8A-92
Waypoint Page group 8A-91
Weather (real-time) 2-3
Weather Data Link Page 8B-19, 8B-27,
8B-31, 8B-34
Weather Data Link Page
softkeys 8B-28
Weather group options 8B-5
Weather group options menu 8B-5
Weather information 3-30
Weather Legends window 8B-31
Weather products 8B-39
Weather product age 8B-37
Weather product symbols 8B-36
Wind shear 8B-30
WIND softkey 8B-33
Wind vector 8A-21
WPT – Weather Information
Page 8B-19
WPT Page group 8B-24
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radar 8B-28
WX 4-21
WX-500 8B-3
WX softkey 4-21, 8B-24
X
XM Information Page 8B-38
XM lightning 8B-19
XM LTNG softkey 8B-20
XM Radio 8B-17
XM Radio interface softkeys 8B-40
XM Radio Page 8B-40
XM Satellite Radio 8B-38
XM Weather 8B-17
XM weather/radio 2-3
XPDR softkey 5-1, 5-3, 5-4, 5-5
Z
Zoom range 3-29, 8B-6
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