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Garmin GTN™ 625 GTN 625/635/650 SW V6.10 Upgrade Supplement
GTN 625/635/650 SOFTWARE VERSION 6.10
PILOT’S GUIDE UPGRADE SUPPLEMENT
This supplement contains the pages revised in the GTN 625/635/650 Pilot’s Guide,
P/N 190-01004-03, Rev K, regarding the new features of Software Version 6.10. Change
bars are placed adjacent to the revised information as described in the revision summary
table.
This supplement, in combination with the GTN 625/635/650 Pilot’s Guide,
P/N 190-01004-03, Rev J, is equivalent to the GTN 625/635/650 Pilot’s Guide,
P/N 190-01004-03, Rev K.
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is shown. Refer to the GTN 625/635/650 Pilot’s Guide, P/N 190-01004-03
for more information regarding feature availability for specific software
versions.
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GTN 625/635/650 SW V6.10 Pilot’s Guide Upgrade Supplement 190-01004-16 Rev A
GTN 625/635/650 Pilot’s Guide Revision K, Change Summary
Section
2.1.7
4.2.4
Page
Description
Section 2 – Audio and Transponder Controls (Optional)
2-9
Rewrote Extended Squitter Transmission description.
Section 4 – Flight Plan
4-14
Added information about the default initial track for Search
and Rescue Patterns.
Section 6 – Procedures
6.13
6-20
Added a bullet describing the differences in TO/FROM
procedure legs.
Section 8 - Map
8.1.1.5
8-6
Added GTX 345 to the list of interfaced products.
Section 9 - Traffic
9.3
9.5.2.7
9.6
9-3
9-24
9-25
Added GTX 345 to the notes regarding TIS and TAS traffic.
Added references to GTX 345.
Added a note regarding GTX 345.
Section 11 - Weather
11.4
11-49
Added references to GTX 345.
Section 14 - Utilities
14.1
14-3
Added that VCALC is inhibited in OBS mode.
Section 15 - System
15.3.2
15.4.5.1
15.7
15-21
15-31
15-39
15.7.2
15-40
15.11.1
15-46
Added GTX 345 status page.
Clarified units that are crossfilled in dual GTN installations.
Added note for units that are crossfilled in dual GTN
installations.
Added “External” to User-Configured (Manual) Nav Angle
options.
Added reference to GTX 345.
15-48
Added information about Bluetooth devices that reconnect
automatically to the Flight Stream 210.
Added “Connext Setup - Other Bluetooth Devices” section.
15.12
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Section
Page
16
16-6
Description
Section 16 - Messages
Changed “DATALINK – ADS-B fault: UAT receiver” to
“DATALINK – ADS-B In fault: UAT receiver.”
Changed the “DATALINK – ADS-B fault: 1090 receiver” to
“DATALINK – ADS-B In fault: 1090 receiver.”
16-20
Added the message “DATALINK – FIS-B weather has failed.”
Changed “DATALINK – GDL88 ADS-B traffic has failed” to
“TRAFFIC – ADS-B In traffic has failed.”
Changed “DATALINK – GDL88 CSA failure” to “TRAFFIC –
ADS-B In traffic alerting has failed.”
16-21
16-22
Changed “DATALINK – GDL88 external traffic system has a
low battery” to “TRAFFIC – TCAD has a low battery.”
Added the message “TRANSPONDER 1 OR 2 - ADS-B
Out system fault. Pressure altitude source inoperative or
connection lost.”
Added the following messages:
TRANSPONDER 1 OR 2 - Transponder has failed.
TRANSPONDER 1 OR 2 - Transponder is in ground test mode.
TRANSPONDER 1 OR 2 - Transponder overtemp.
17
17-8
TRANSPONDER 1 OR 2 - Transponder undertemp.
Added “High Visibility Arrow” and “Basic Aircraft” symbols.
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2.1.7
Extended Squitter Transmission
When interfaced with a compatible transponder, the GTN can act as a control
for the Extended Squitter functions. When “Enable ES” is selected, the GTX
turns on Extended Squitter (ES) transmissions.
Foreword
Getting
Started
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
Touch To Enter
Flight ID
Touch To Toggle
Extended Squitter
Com/Nav
FPL
Direct-To
Figure 2-16 Transponder Menu With Extended Squitter Capability
1. While viewing the Transponder (XPDR) page, touch the Menu
key and then the Enable ES key to toggle Extended Squitter
Off and On.
2. Touch the Flight ID key and use the keypad to select a Flight
ID and then touch Enter.
3. After selecting a Flight ID, the selected value will be shown in
the Flight ID key.
2.2
When connected to a compatible audio panel, a visual annunciation of
marker beacons will be shown on the display when the aircraft flies over a
marker beacon. The annunciation will appear in the lower left of the display.
Icon (Standard)
Icon (Blink)
Wpt Info
Map
Traffic
Terrain
Marker Beacon Annunciations
Current Beacon
Proc
250 ms
Middle Marker
333 ms
Outer Marker
750 ms
Nearest
Services/
Music
Blink Interval
Inner Marker
Weather
Utilities
System
The marker beacon alternates between the standard icon and the blink icon at
the blink interval corresponding to the current beacon.
Messages
Table 2-2 Marker Beacons
Symbols
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Foreword
4.2.4
NOTE: This optional feature is available in software version 6.00 and later.
Getting
Started
NOTE: Turn smoothing may result in SAR coverage being different than
intended. The flight crew should always verify that the SAR pattern created
conforms to the specific mission requirements.
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
Com/Nav
FPL
Direct-To
Proc
Wpt Info
Load Search and Rescue Pattern (Optional)
Search and Rescue Patterns may be added to existing waypoints within
the active flight plan. Only one SAR pattern can exist in the active flight plan.
Loading another SAR pattern into the active flight plan when one already exists
will remove the first SAR pattern.
Each pattern has a default initial track. When the pilot changes the initial
track on a SAR pattern, that change becomes the default initial track the next
time the SAR pattern is accessed within the GTN. The pilot can always change
the initial track when creating a SAR pattern in the flight plan.
NOTE: Flight plans cannot be stored in the catalog if they contain a SAR
pattern.
Map
Traffic
1. On the Active Flight Plan page, touch the desired waypoint in
the flight plan. The Waypoint Options list will then be displayed.
Terrain
Waypoint
Options List
For USR002
Weather
Nearest
Services/
Music
Option Will Initiate
SAR Pattern From
This Wpt
Utilities
SAR Option Is
Selected
Figure 4-28 Active Flight Plan with Load SAR Option
2. Touch the Load SAR key to open the Search and Rescue
Patterns page.
System
3. Touch the SAR Pattern key to select between Parallel Track,
Sector Search, Expanding Square, or Orbit for the SAR pattern
type. The available patterns can be configured by the installer
and all of the listed pattern types may not be available.
Messages
Symbols
Appendix
4. Touch the Preview key to open a preview of the selected
pattern.
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Foreword
Getting
Started
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
Com/Nav
FPL
Direct-To
Proc
Wpt Info
Map
Traffic
Terrain
Weather
Nearest
Services/
Music
Utilities
System
6.13
Points to Remember for All Procedures
• The GTN 6XX Map page is designed to complement your printed approach
plates and vastly improve situational awareness throughout the approach.
However, you must always fly an approach as it appears on the approach plate.
• The active leg (or the portion of the approach currently in use) is depicted
in magenta on the Map Page. As you fly the approach, the GTN 6XX
automatically sequences through each leg of the approach unless “SUSP”
appears at the annunciation bar at the bottom of the display. “SUSP”
indicates that automatic sequencing of approach waypoints is suspended on
the current leg and normally appears at holding patterns and upon crossing
the missed approach point (MAP), for Climb to Altitude legs, and for Hold
to Altitude legs.
• For roll steering autopilots: roll steering is terminated when approach mode
is selected on the autopilot and is available once the missed approach is
initiated.
• If Vectors-to-Final is activated while on the “FROM” side of the FAF, automatic
waypoint sequencing is suspended and the SUSP annunciation will appear.
Automatic waypoint sequencing will resume once the aircraft is on the “TO”
side of the FAF and within full-scale deflection.
• For all procedures, make sure to check the runway, transition, and all
waypoints.
• Most legs are “TO” legs on which the TO/FROM flag on the CDI indicates
“TO” and the Distance field on the flight plan decreases as you navigate
along the leg. However, some procedures include legs which are “FROM”
legs. On these legs, the TO/FROM flag on the CDI indicates “FROM” and the
Distance field on the flight plan increases as you navigate the leg. “FROM”
legs are typically found on procedure turns and on some missed approach
procedures.
CAUTION: Not all autopilots will follow guidance when on a heading leg
using NAV, GPSS, or APR mode on the autopilot. Heading legs for procedures
can be identified by “HDG XXX°” in white on the Flight Plan page, as well
as the procedure chart indicating that the aircraft must fly a particular
heading. Certain autopilots will revert to a “Roll Only” or “Wings Level”
mode on these leg types and the pilot must engage the heading (HDG)
mode of the autopilot and set the heading bug appropriately in order to
use the autopilot on these legs.
Messages
Symbols
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Foreword
Getting
Started
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
Com/Nav
FPL
Direct-To
8.1.1.5
NEXRAD (Optional)
The NEXRAD menu option allows the display of NEXRAD Precip weather
information overlayed on the Map page. Terrain and NEXRAD Precip weather
may not be displayed at the same time. Selecting one will disable the other.
NEXRAD Precip weather is an optional feature that requires the installation of
a GDL 69/69A, GDL 88, GTX 345, or GSR 56 and an appropriate Weather
subscription. Only one weather source can be displayed at a time (i.e. FIS-B and
XM cannot be displayed on the map simultaneously. See the Weather section for
more detail.
While viewing the Map Menu, touch the NEXRAD Map Overlay
key to toggle the view of NEXRAD weather data.
Proc
NEXRAD
Product Age
Wpt Info
Map
NEXRAD
Weather
Traffic
Figure 8-7 Map Menu NEXRAD Map Overlay On Selection
Terrain
Weather
Nearest
Services/
Music
8.1.1.6
StormScope® (Optional)
The WX-500 StormScope Weather Mapping Sensor is a passive weather
avoidance system that detects electrical discharges associated with thunderstorms
within a 200 NM radius of the aircraft. The StormScope measures relative
bearing and distance of thunderstorm-related electrical activity and reports the
information to the display. Stormscope and XM Lightning are mutually exclusive.
NOTE: Refer to the WX-500 Pilot’s Guide for a detailed description of the
WX-500 StormScope.
Utilities
1. While viewing the Map Menu, touch the StormScope Map
Overlay key to show the menu for selecting the StormScope
radar weather data display mode (Cell, Strike, Off, or Clear
Strikes). Touch the desired function.
2. StormScope data will be overlayed on the Map page. See the
Weather section for more details.
System
Messages
Symbols
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9.3
Traffic Information Service (TIS) (Optional)
Foreword
WARNING: The Traffic Information Service (TIS) is intended for advisory
use only. TIS is intended to help the pilot locate traffic visually. It is the
responsibility of the pilot to see and maneuver to avoid traffic.
NOTE: TIS is available only when the aircraft is within the service volume of
a TIS-capable terminal radar site. Aircraft without an operating transponder
are invisible to both Traffic Advisory Systems (TAS) and TIS. Aircraft without
altitude reporting capability are shown without altitude separation data
or climb descent indication.
NOTE: TIS and Traffic Advisory System (TAS) may not both be configured
at the same time.
Getting
Started
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
Com/Nav
FPL
Direct-To
Proc
NOTE: GDL 88 equipped aircraft only: When the radio tower symbol is
crossed out, the aircraft is not a participant in the TIS-B system – i. e. not
visible to other TIS-B clients. The GDL 88 will, however, continue to receive
available TIS-B and FIS-B ground station up-links and continue to display
TIS-B and FIS-B data along with available ADS-B and ADS-R data.
Wpt Info
NOTE: Except for GDL 88 or GTX 345 equipped aircraft, TIS, and Traffic
Advisory System (TAS) may not both be displayed at the same time.
Terrain
NOTE: More information is available about the GDL 88 in the "Garmin
GDL 88 ADS-B Transceiver Pilot’s Guide" and the GTX 345 in the "Garmin
GTX 335/345 Pilot's Guide."
Traffic Information Service (TIS) is designed to help in detection and
avoidance of other aircraft. TIS uses the Mode S transponder for the traffic data
link. TIS receives traffic information from ground stations, and is updated every
five seconds. The GTN 6XX displays up to eight traffic targets within a 7.5 NM
radius, from 3000 feet below to 3500 feet above the requesting aircraft.
7.0 NM
Map
Traffic
Weather
Nearest
Services/
Music
Utilities
System
Messages
3,500 ft
Symbols
Appendix
3,000 ft
Index
Figure 9-3 TIS Coverage Volume (not to scale)
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Altitude Mode
Below
Normal
Above
Unrestricted
Foreword
Getting
Started
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
Table 9-13 Displayed Traffic Range
Com/Nav
FPL
Direct-To
Proc
9.5.2.7
1. While viewing the Traffic page, touch the Menu key.
2. Touch the On Scene key to enable/disable On Scene mode.
Map
9.5.3
Nearest
Services/
Music
Rotorcraft Traffic Page Orientation
NOTE: Rotorcraft Traffic Page Orientation functionality is available in
software version 5.12 or later.
Terrain
Weather
On Scene Mode
When a GDL 88 (with software version 3.00, or later) or GTX 345 is installed
with a GTN in a helicopter, the GTN provides controls for enabling/disabling
“On Scene” mode. “On Scene” mode decreases traffic alerts when operating near
other helicopters (e.g., news reporting).
Wpt Info
Traffic
Displayed Traffic Range
-9900 ft to 2700 ft
-2700 ft to 2700 ft
-2700 ft to 9900 ft
All Traffic Shown
When flying at low speeds in a helicopter, heading may not always be closely
aligned with track (it could easily be up to 180 degrees different). If the GTN is
interfaced with a heading source, the ADS-B traffic page will remain fixed with
the ownship heading pointed up. However, if heading is not being received by
the GTN, the display of ADS-B traffic will be unavailable.
Utilities
When one of the following conditions is true, the ADS-B traffic page will be
unavailable:
System
• Ownship directionality is invalid (no valid heading or track)
• GPS ground speed is less than 15 knots and ownship heading is not
available
Messages
Symbols
While the traffic display is unavailable due to these conditions, traffic alerts
will be provided in a non-bearing textual form at the top of the traffic page.
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9.6
RYAN TCAD 9900BX with the GDL 88
Foreword
NOTE: When a TCAD is connected to a GTX 345, the available controls
will appear as described for a TCAS in Section 9.5.2.
Ryan TCAD is a system that provides audio and visual alerts for traffic near
your aircraft. The information from this system can be interfaced through the
GTN series. Operating instructions and details on the modes of operation are
described in the Ryan TCAD operator’s handbooks.
Getting
Started
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
Com/Nav
FPL
• TCAS-like symbols are used in the 9900BX.
• Altitude modes are available (normal, look up, look down, unrestricted).
Direct-To
• Ranges are manually controlled for the current shield.
Proc
• Traffic display range selections:
-
9.6.1
Ryan 9900BX — 1 NM, 2 NM, 2 and 6 NM, 6 and
12 NM, and 12 and 24 NM.
Wpt Info
Map
Ryan TCAD Description
NOTE: Refer to the Ryan TCAD Pilot’s Guide for a detailed description of
the Ryan TCAD System.
The Ryan TCAD (Traffic and Collision Alert Device) is an on-board air traffic display used to identify potential collision threats. TCAD computes relative altitude and range of threats from nearby Mode C and Mode S-equipped
aircraft. TCAD will not detect aircraft without operating transponders or those
that are beyond radar coverage. TCAD, within defined limits, creates a “shield”
of airspace around the aircraft that detected traffic cannot penetrate without
triggering an alert.
TA: Traffic Advisory. This is traffic with 500 feet, or less, of altitude separation
that is converging or maintaining altitude separation.
Traffic
Terrain
Weather
Nearest
Services/
Music
Utilities
System
PA: Proximity Advisory. This is traffic with 500 feet of altitude separation that
is not a TA.
Messages
TRFC: Other traffic.
Symbols
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11.4
FIS-B Weather
Foreword
The Flight Information Services (FIS-B) function is capable of displaying text
and graphic weather information with GDL 88 and GTX 345 installations. No
subscription for FIS-B services is required.
The FIS-B Function is a graphic weather display capable of displaying
graphical weather information on UAT equipped installations. Graphical data is
overlaid on the map indicating the rainfall detected by ground based radar for a
specific area. The colors indicating increasing levels of rainfall progresses from
light green for light rainfall to magenta for heavy rainfall. Review the Limitations
section in the front of this guide for the limitations that apply to the FIS-B data.
Rainfall data is color coded as follows:
Getting
Started
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
Com/Nav
FPL
Direct-To
Proc
Wpt Info
Map
Traffic
Terrain
Weather
Figure 11-70 FIS-B Weather Precipitation Legend
Nearest
A cyan checkerboard pattern indicates that no data is available for that area,
and rainfall in that area is unknown.
Services/
Music
The FIS-B Function is based on a ground-to-air data link and requires that
the appropriate ground systems are broadcasting weather data and the aircraft is
within reception range of the Ground Broadcast Transceiver (GBT).
Utilities
System
Messages
Symbols
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14.1
Vertical Calculator (VCALC)
Foreword
The Vertical Calculator (VCALC) function allows you to create a threedimensional profile which guides you from your present position and altitude to
a final (target) altitude at a specified location. This is helpful when you’d like to
descend to a certain altitude near an airport. Once the profile is defined, message
alerts and additional data can be configured on the Default NAV and Map Pages
to keep you informed of your progress.
Getting
Started
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
Com/Nav
FPL
Cruise Altitude
Direct-To
Target
Waypoint
Target Altitude
Proc
Target Offset (Before)
Wpt Info
Figure 14-3 VCALC Target
VCALC is inhibited in the following conditions:
Map
• Groundspeed is less than 35 knots
Traffic
• No active flight plan or direct-to destination
• SUSP mode
Terrain
• Vectors-to-Final mode
Weather
• VLOC mode
• After the FAF on an approach
Nearest
• OBS mode
WARNING: Do not use VCALC messages as the only means of either avoiding
terrain/obstacles or following ATC guidance. VCALC provides advisory
information only and must be used in concert with all other available navigation
data sources.
Services/
Music
Utilities
System
Messages
Symbols
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5. Touch the Weather Products key to display the weather
products subscription status.
Getting
Started
Weather
Product List
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
Weather
Product Legend
Com/Nav
Figure 15-26 GDL 69/69A Status
FPL
6. Touch the Back key to return to the System page.
15.3.2
Direct-To
Proc
GDL 88 or GTX 345 Status
The GDL 88 or GTX 345 Status pages display information about the status of
the GDL 88 or GTX 345.
Status
On
Available to Run
Unavailable – Fault
Unavailable to Run
Foreword
Description
Application is on/running. Required ownship input data is
available and meets the performance criteria.
Application is configured. Required input data is available
and meets the performance criteria. This state represents
that the ASA Application is manually or automatically
selected off.
Required Input data is not available due to a failure or the
ASA Application process is failed.
Required Input data is available but does not meet the
performance criteria or is not available due to NonComputed Data (NCD) conditions.
Wpt Info
Map
Traffic
Terrain
Weather
Nearest
Services/
Music
Utilities
System
Table 15-4 Traffic Application Status
Messages
Symbols
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1. While viewing the External LRUs page, touch More Info for
the GDL 88 or GTX 345 LRU.
Foreword
Getting
Started
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
GPS SW Version
and Serial Number
GPS Status
Com/Nav
Touch To View
FIS-B Weather
Products
FPL
Touch To View
Traffic Status
Figure 15-27 GDL 88 Status
Direct-To
2. Touch the FIS-B Weather key to view the FIS-B Weather
information.
Proc
Wpt Info
Map
FIS-B
Weather
Products
Traffic
Weather Product
Legend
Touch To
Enable/Disable
FIS-B Weather
Figure 15-28 GDL 88 FIS-B Weather Information
Terrain
3. Touch the Enabled key to toggle whether FIS-B Weather is
enabled/disabled for use. Touch the Back key to return to the
Status page.
4. Touch the Traffic App Status key to view the Traffic
Application information.
Weather
Nearest
Services/
Music
Utilities
Traffic Status
System
Messages
Figure 15-29 GDL 88 Traffic Information
Symbols
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15.4.5
Crossfill
Dual units may be interfaced to crossfill information between the two units.
This option will not be available unless dual units are configured.
When Crossfill is turned on with one GTN, it is automatically turned on in the
other GTN. Some items are always crossfilled regardless of the crossfill setting;
others are dependent on the crossfill setting.
The GTN can be can also be interfaced with the GNS 400W/500W units. The
GTN can automatically send the Active Flight Plan and active Direct-To course to
the GNS unit. The GTN User Waypoints can be manually sent to the GNS unit. The
GNS unit can manually send its User Waypoints to the GTN unit. Waypoint names
longer than six characters, or duplicates, sent from the GTN unit to the GNS unit
will replace some characters with a "+" sign, while leaving significant characters to
aid in identification (such as, USR003 becomes US+003).
Foreword
Getting
Started
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
Com/Nav
FPL
Direct-To
Proc
NOTE: Upon crossfill being activated, the GTNs may take up to 10 seconds
to crossfill the flight plans. The pilot must verify the flight plan in each unit
prior to use. The GTN and GNS units must have databases with the same cycle.
Wpt Info
NOTE: When GPS navigation is lost in either unit, crossfilling may not be
available until GPS is restored in both units. Crossfilling will resume once the
flightplan is changed on one of the units or crossfill is re-enabled.
Traffic
15.4.5.1 GTN-to-GTN Crossfilling
This data is always crossfilled:
• User waypoints
• Flight plan catalog
• Alerts (traffic pop-up acknowledgement, missed approach waypoint popup acknowledgement, altitude leg pop-up acknowledgement)
• External sensors (transponder status and commands, synchro heading)
• System setup:
- User-defined NAV frequencies to store favorites
- Date/Time convention
- Nearest airport criteria
- Units (Nav angle, Fuel, and Temperature)
- User-defined COM frequencies to store favorites
- CDI Scale setting
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Services/
Music
Utilities
System
Messages
Symbols
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15.7
Units Settings
The Units Setup page allows you to select the conventions for the various
units that are displayed.
Units Type
Units Values
Altitude/Vertical Speed Feet(FT/FPM), Meters (M/MPS)
Nautical Miles (NM/KT), Kilometers (KM/KPH), Statue Miles
Distance/Speed
(SM/MPH)
Gallons (GAL), Imperial Gallons (IG), Kilograms (KG), Liters
Fuel1
(LT), or Pounds (LB)
Nav Angle1
Magnetic (°), True (°T), User (°u)
Magnetic Variation
Position Format
Pressure
Temperature1
Enter numeric value, E or W
Foreword
Getting
Started
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
Com/Nav
FPL
Direct-To
Proc
LAT/LON, MGRS, UTM
Inches of Mercury (IN), Hectopascals (HPA), Millibars (MB)
Celsius (°C) or Fahrenheit (°F)
Wpt Info
Map
Table 15-9 System Units Setup
Traffic
Note 1: Only these unit types will be crossfilled in dual GTN installations.
15.7.1
Setup Units
Use these settings to set the units for values displayed in the unit operation.
1. While viewing the System page, touch the Units key.
Terrain
Weather
Nearest
Services/
Music
Touch Key
To Set Units
Utilities
Figure 15-51 System Units Page
System
2. Touch the key for the desired units. A window with a list of
unit values will appear. Touch the desired value on the list.
Messages
Symbols
Appendix
Figure 15-52 System Units Selection Windows
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3. After making the desired selections, touch the Back key to
return to the Setup page.
Foreword
Getting
Started
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
Com/Nav
FPL
Direct-To
15.7.2
Setting a User-Configured (Manual) Nav Angle
There are three variation (heading) options: Magnetic, True, and User. If
“Magnetic” is selected, all track, course and heading information is corrected
to the magnetic variation computed by the GPS receiver. The “True” setting
references all information to true north. The “User” selection allows the pilot
to enter values between 0º and 179º E or W. When configured by the installer,
there may also be a fourth option: External. If “External” is selected, the GTN
Nav Angle will be synchronized with the on-side MFD.
NOTE: When changing the Nav angle, the DTK on the Flight Plan page
for an approach does not change until that approach is reloaded.
Proc
1. While viewing the System page, touch the Units key.
Wpt Info
2. Touch the Nav Angle key and then the User key.
Map
Traffic
Terrain
Weather
Touch to select User
(manual) mag var
Nearest
Services/
Music
Figure 15-53 Nav Angle Selections
3. After User is selected, touch the Magnetic Variation key to
set the value.
Utilities
System
Messages
Touch To Set Manual
Mag Var
Symbols
User Nav
Angle Selected
Appendix
Figure 15-54 Magnetic Variation is Available for Editing
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2. Touch the Bluetooth Setup key to manage the Bluetooth
connection.
Foreword
Getting
Started
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
Com/Nav
Touch To Set
The Bluetooth
Name
Touch To Manage
Paired Devices
FPL
Figure 15-64 Bluetooth Setup for Flight Stream 210
Direct-To
Proc
Wpt Info
Map
Traffic
Terrain
Weather
Nearest
Services/
Music
15.11.1 Operation
Data output from the GTN and Flight Stream 210 occurs automatically
and requires no pilot action (such as, flight plan, GPS position, and attitude).
Additionally, ADS-B traffic and weather can be output from the Flight Stream
when connected to a GDL 88 or GTX 345 and XM WX and SiriusXM satellite
radio information can output when connected a GDL 69. From the Connext
Setup page, the pilot can enable/disable flight plan importing, change the Flight
Stream Bluetooth name, and manage paired devices.
The device status indicates if the portable device is connected and
communicating with the Flight Stream. The “Auto-Reconnect” setting determines
if the Flight Stream will automatically connect to up to four devices when in
range. When this setting is disabled, the pilot must initiate the connection from
the device. For devices that always reconnect automatically, this setting will not
be shown. Removing a device from this page by pressing “Remove” will require
the device to be paired again before transferring data.
NOTE: If the pairing is removed from either device (portable device or
GTN) it must be removed on the other device before a new pairing to that
same device is established again. Essentially, pairing must be removed on
both devices before repairing.
Utilities
System
Messages
Symbols
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Foreword
15.12
Connext Setup - Other Bluetooth Devices
Getting
Started
The GTN can also configure the Bluetooth transceiver in other units, such as
the GTX 345.
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
Touch To Enable
Bluetooth
Com/Nav
FPL
Touch To Set
The Bluetooth
Name
Touch To Manage
Paired Devices
Direct-To
Figure 15-67 Connext Setup for GTX 345
Proc
Wpt Info
Map
Traffic
Terrain
From the Connext Setup page, the pilot can enable/disable Bluetooth, change
the Bluetooth name, and manage paired devices. On the Paired Devices page,
the device status indicates if the portable device is paired and connected. To
connect a different device when the maximum number are already connected,
the existing connection must be ended by removing the portable device pairing
or by disconnecting or disabling Bluetooth on the portable device. Removing a
device from this page by pressing “Remove” will require the device to be paired
again before reconnecting.
NOTE: If the pairing is removed from either device (portable device or
installed avionics) it must be removed on the other device before a new
pairing to that same device is established again. Essentially, the pairing
must be removed on both devices before re-pairing.
Weather
Nearest
Services/
Music
Utilities
System
New devices can only be paired while the unit is in “Pairing Mode.” Pairing
mode is active while on the Connext Setup page or the Manage Paired Devices
page. The pairing must be initiated by the portable device. A pop-up will be
displayed on the portable device to confirm the pairing.
Messages
Symbols
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Message
Description
Action
DATABASE Verify airways in
stored flight plans
are correct.
A stored flight plan
contains an airway that
is no longer consistent
with the current
navigation database.
DATABASE Verify usermodified
procedures in
stored flight plans
are correct.
DATACARD
ERROR SD card is invalid
or failed.
DATACARD
REMOVED Reinsert SD card.
DATALINK ADS-B In fault: UAT
receiver.
DATALINK ADS-B In fault:
1090 receiver.
DATALINK - FIS-B
weather has failed.
A stored flight plan
contains procedures
that have been
manually updated, and
a navigation database
update has occurred.
Verify that the airways in stored
flight plans are correct. Modify
stored flight plans as necessary to
include the current airways by reloading those airways to the stored
flight plan routes.
Verify that the user-modified
procedures in stored flight plans
are correct.
Foreword
Getting
Started
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
Com/Nav
FPL
Direct-To
Proc
Wpt Info
Map
Traffic
Terrain
Weather
Nearest
Services/
Music
Utilities
System
Messages
External data card has
an error and the unit
is not able to read the
databases.
ChartView, FlightCharts, and
Terrain databases will not be
accessible by the unit. Contact
dealer for service.
External data card was
removed.
Reinsert data card.
The ADS-B In source
has detected a UAT
receiver fault.
Contact dealer for service.
The ADS-B In source
has detected a 1090
receiver fault.
Contact dealer for service.
The FIS-B receiver is
reporting that it has
failed. The display of
FIS-B products may be
unavailable.
Contact dealer for service.
Symbols
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Message
Foreword
Getting
Started
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
Com/Nav
FPL
Direct-To
Proc
Wpt Info
Map
Traffic
Terrain
Weather
Nearest
Services/
Music
Utilities
System
Messages
Symbols
Description
The ADS-B traffic
TRAFFIC system is reporting
ADS-B In traffic
alerting has failed. to the GTN that the
CSA application has
failed. Traffic alerting
on ADS-B traffic is
unavailable.
The ADS-B traffic
TRAFFIC ADS-B In traffic has system may have
lost GPS position or
failed.
detected an internal
fault.
The GDL 88 is reporting
TRAFFIC that the external traffic
TCAD has a low
system has a low
battery.
battery.
The TCAD system
TRAFFIC has indicated that its
Traffic device
battery low. Traffic battery is low.
device user config
settings not saved.
The GTN is airborne
TRAFFIC Traffic device has and the traffic device
has been in standby for
been in standby
for more than 60 more than 60 seconds.
seconds.
The GTN is configured
TRAFFIC for a traffic device but
Traffic device is
is not receiving data
inoperative or
connection to GTN from it. Traffic will not
be displayed on the
is lost.
GTN.
Action
Ensure the aircraft has a clear view
of the sky. If the problem persists.
Contact dealer for service.
Contact dealer for service.
Contact dealer for service.
Contact dealer for service.
Set the traffic device to “operate”
on the traffic page if traffic alerts
are desired.
Contact dealer for service.
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Message
TRANSPONDER Transponder 1
and 2 Mode S
addresses do not
match.
TRANSPONDER
1 OR 2 ADS-B is not
transmitting
position.
TRANSPONDER
1 OR 2 ADS-B Out system
fault. Pressure
altitude source
inoperative or
connection lost.
TRANSPONDER
1 OR 2 Transponder 1 or
2 is inoperative or
connection to GTN
is lost.
TRANSPONDER
1 OR 2 Transponder 1 or 2
needs service.
Description
The GTN is configured
for two transponders
and their Mode S
addresses do not
match. This message
is intended to assist
installers and will not
occur in a properly
configured system.
The transponder has
insufficient data to
support ADS-B.
Action
Foreword
Contact dealer for service.
Getting
Started
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
Com/Nav
FPL
Ensure the aircraft has a clear
view of the sky. Contact dealer for
service.
Direct-To
Proc
Wpt Info
The transponder has
lost communication
with the pressure
altitude source.
Contact dealer for service.
Map
Traffic
Terrain
Weather
The GTN is configured
for transponder 1 or
2 but is not able to
communicate with the
transponder.
Verify squawk code and altitude
with ATC. Contact dealer for
service.
The transponder is
reporting to the GTN
that it needs service.
The transponder may
continue to function.
Verify squawk code and altitude
with ATC. Contact dealer for
service.
Nearest
Services/
Music
Utilities
System
Messages
Symbols
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Message
Foreword
Getting
Started
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
Description
Action
TRANSPONDER
1 OR 2 Transponder has
failed.
The transponder has
detected an internal
fault and transponder
functionality may be
unavailable.
Contact dealer for service.
TRANSPONDER
1 OR 2 Transponder is in
ground test mode.
TRANSPONDER
1 OR 2 Transponder
overtemp.
The transponder is
operating in a mode
intended for ground
testing.
Cycle the power to the
transponder.
Com/Nav
FPL
Direct-To
Proc
Wpt Info
Map
Traffic
Terrain
Weather
Nearest
Services/
Music
Utilities
System
Messages
Symbols
The transponder is
reporting that its
internal temperature
has exceeded upper
operating limits.
TRANSPONDER The transponder is
reporting that its
1 OR 2 internal temperature
Transponder
has exceeded lower
undertemp.
operating limits.
A procedure is loaded
TRUE NORTH
that is referenced
APPROACH Verify NAV Angles to true north and
are referenced to the active leg has a
published true north
True North (T).
reference.
USER WAYPOINT All user waypoints
IMPORT - User
were imported
waypoints
successfully.
were imported
successfully.
Decrease temperature and increase
airflow near the transponder, if
possible. Monitor aircraft electrical
indications. Contact dealer for
service if this message persists.
Contact dealer for service if this
message persists.
Verify the Nav Angle is set to True
North.
No action is necessary; message is
informational only.
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Symbol
Foreword
Description
Twin-Engine Prop
Getting
Started
Single-Engine Jet
Audio &
Xpdr Ctrl
Business Jet
Com/Nav
2-Blade Rotorcraft
FPL
3-Blade Rotorcraft
Direct-To
4-Blade Rotorcraft
Proc
High Visibility Arrow
Wpt Info
Basic Aircraft
Map
Non-directional ownship is shown if there is no
heading or ground track. This typically only occurs
during start-up. In helicopters without a heading
source, the non-directional ownship symbol will also
appear below 15 kts.
Parallel Track Waypoint
Traffic
Terrain
Weather
Nearest
Restricted/Prohibited/Warning/Alert
Services/
Music
TFR (Temporary Flight Restrictions)
Utilities
MOA
System
Class B Airspace
Class C Airspace
Messages
Class D Airspace
Symbols
User Waypoint
Appendix
Table 17-12 Miscellaneous Symbols
NOTE: Ownship icons are configured by the installer and can be colored
magenta for enhanced visibility (Software version 5.12 or later).
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