The G has its own built-in GPS and nav receivers. The G has two built-in com radios. The G functions as the audio panel. The G does so much that it may do more or less depending on the airplane in which it is installed. In some planes, for example, the G will be the only place to look for engine data and fuel tank state.
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With Entegra, you can add all the enhanced situational awareness and reliability benefits of an all-glass flight deck to virtually any general aviation aircraft. The Entegra EXP PFD conveys traditional primary flight instrumentation as well as a pilot-selectable moving map presentation of flight plan data and an RMI pointer, all within the primary field of view, reducing pilot workload.
The versatile EX or EX MFD shows navigation data, broadcast datalink weather, lightning, traffic, obstacles, and terrain with an intuitive user interface. With Entegra, Avidyne is making this technology available for retrofit installation into the existing fleet of general aviation aircraft. Bringing it All Together Entegra integrates all of your primary flight instruments into a single, easy-to-use, and easy-to-interpret display.
Trend indicators, typically found on air transport and high-end corporate jets, allow you to fly with higher precision and reduced workload when changing or maintaining critical airspeeds or altitudes.
Integrated Autopilot Functions The Entegra EXP PFD may be coupled with the autopilot for altitude preselect, vertical speed select and heading select modes without the need for external controllers. Selection bugs and digital readouts for each of these parameters are provided for concise operation. Simple Controls The straight-forward user interface makes flying the Entegra a breeze.
Nav sources are push-button selectable for the EHSI needle, the bearing pointer, and the flight-plan moving map. Full-time Wind Vector An integrated air data computer provides you with a full-time instantaneous wind vector, taking the guesswork out of finding the right altitude to optimize your flight time. It is equally valuable as you correct for wind while entering the pattern or flying an instrument approach. CCS also monitors the aircraft navigation systems and in the event of any inconsistency, provideds the appropriate alerts.
At startup, your departure airport chart is automatically loaded for ease of orientation, especially at unfamiliar fields. Your destination airport diagram and the list of available approaches are automatically loaded at the time your flight plan is entered, and can be viewed easily using the Auto-fill capability, or you can easily select and view any approach at any airport in the database.
Datalink Avidyne leads the industry in datalink-capable multifunction displays and the EX and EX MFDs provide the most advanced, and easiest-to-use datalink systems you can get. The trip page above shows all waypoints in the flight plan, along with graphical and textual METARs at each reporting waypoint.
Audio content can be selected from anywhere in the aircraft using the RC70 wireless RF remote control. Specifications Avidyne leads the industry in datalink-capable multifunction displays and the EX and EX MFDs provide the most advanced, and easiest-to-use datalink systems you can get.
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Most people feel fairly strongly about which system is easier to use and have their own particular explanations for why. Surprisingly, people are fairly evenly split between which is easier to use. In almost every case, people admit that the easier system for them to use is also the first one they learned to use. Does this sound the like the high-wing versus low-wing argument? Transition times for either system require about hours of flight time for VFR competency. Additional time is needed for IFR competency. Avidyne announced in April, a free simulator for the Entegra which can be downloaded from their website.
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Interactive Scenarios After you have successfully completed all of the lessons and tests, you will be presented with two flight scenarios, which will be used to assess your operational knowledge of the EXP PFD. The flight scenarios represent the core of the course, and are presented in an interactive format in order to ensure the highest possible comprehension and retention. During the flight scenarios, you must demonstrate your grasp of the material by correctly selecting the appropriate PFD functions, and by correctly answering operational questions. You will also be required to identify and remedy any alignment errors that might occur.
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Press Enter to accept the new values. Press Cancel to exit without saving changes. Avidyne reserves the right to change or improve their products and to make changes in the content of this material without obligation to notify any person or organization of such changes or improvements. If any of the weather products update, the installation of the weather side of the receiver is correct.