AVIDYNE IFD 540 FMS Welcome to your AVIDYNE IFD 540 FMS You can switch the active radio frequency to 121.5 by holding which of the following for 3 seconds?: A. The FREQ Button on the right side B. Your finger on the active frequency part of the touchscreen C. The Frequency Swap button. D. The Squelch/Volume knobThe USB port can be used to: A. Update databases B. Charge you I-Pad C. Download Maintenance Logs D. All of the aboveIf the bottom bezel shows the FMS button in green and the AUX button in yellow it means: A. You are on the FMS page but need to hit the CLR button. B. You are on the FMS page but have an active Caution C. You are on the AUX page but have an active flight plan D. Traffic is in your immediate vicinity and on a collision course, take evasive action.The Master Caution Message bars will show on the screen when: A. On any page for all B. Only when you press the AUX button. C. On any button for Warnings and Alerts, but Advisories only on AUX D. Anytime except during missed approach segmentsThe active leg of a flight plan will be ___________ and the next leg will be __________ on the map page? A. Green and Blue B. Green and Magenta C. Magenta and Magenta/White barber pole D. Magenta and WhiteThe NRST button will display the nearest: A. Airports B. VORs C. ARTCC frequencies D. All of the aboveThe six dedicated function keys on the right side of the IFD540 include all of the following except: A. Direct-to B. Suspend/Unsuspend SUSP C. Enter D. NearestTo turn off the IFD, you should A. Turn the PWR/VOL knob all the way to the left B. Pull the PWR/VOL knob C. Press and hold the PWR/VOL knob for 5 seconds D. Turn the PWR/VOL knob all the way to the rightTo adjust the brightness on the screen, you should A. Press AUX, SETUP, USER OPTIONS and change the Display mode B. Press MAP and use the display slider C. Turn the brightness knob D. Press AUX, UTIL, and DISPLAYWhen will the IFD 540 FMS display the database valid dates? A. After the agreement/self-test page, but only if the database is expired or preloaded B. After the Agreement/self-test page if the self-test passes C. When you press FMS, the DATA tab D. All of the aboveOn NAV and Radio Frequencies, the active frequency will be: A. White B. Flashing C. Green D. MagentaIf the nav frequency is displaying a 3 or 4 letter identifier: A. The morse code must match the letters to be legal for use. B. The navaid is legal for use without listening to the morse code C. You must listen to the morse code before using D. Both A and BYou may tune a VOR frequency by which of the following: A. Entering the 3-letter identifier. B. Entering the frequency C. On the NRST button D. The Avidyne will automatically tune it if it is in the active flight plan E. All of the aboveIf the morse code on a tuned navaid stops or becomes too weak to identify, the Avidyne will: A. Switch back to GPS automatically. B. Display "NAV Lost" on the top of the map C. Display an Alert Message "Check NAVAID" D. Activate the Missed Approach Segment.When entering a com or nav frequency, which of the following is true: A. You don't need the enter the first "1" or last "0" B. You can enter the entire frequency C. Both A and B D. None of the aboveIf the Avidyne does not automatically activate the missed approach, you should A. Push FMS and then the Sequence Leg softkey B. Push Direct-to button twice C. Push SUSP button D. Push PROC buttonFlight plan legs on FMS are color coded using the following: A. Origin (Green); Airports (Blue); VORs (Grey); Active Leg (Magenta) B. Origin and Airports (Blue); Active Leg (Magenta); All other legs (Grey) C. Origin and Airports (Blue); VORs (Green); Active Leg (Magenta) D. Active Leg (Magenta); Next Leg (Green); All other legs (Grey)What causes a GAP IN ROUTE? A. When the flight plan does not list the IAF or first waypoint in a STAR in the Flight Plan before the procedure. B. When the Departure procedure has radar vectors or Manual Termination C. When the flight plan does not have a destination airport D. Both A and BTo close a GAP IN ROUTE: A. Highlight the GAP IN ROUTE and touch the CONNECT "...&..." Line select key. B. Highlight the GAP IN ROUTE and push CLR C. Insert the IAF as the last waypoint in the flight plan before the procedure portion D. All of the aboveTo select an airway in the flight plan, you should activate the insert cursor and do the following: A. Scroll down to select the airway and then select the exit point. B. Enter the start and end of the airway and push the CONNECT GAP line select key C. Press MENU and then select airway D. Use your keyboard to type in the identifier of the airwayPushing the PROC button repeatedly: A. Cycles through available Departures, Arrivals, and IAPs at airports in the flight plan. B. will only select and activate IAPs. C. will cycle between IAPs at destination and alternate airports D. will only bring up airways, airway waypoints, and VORsIf a SID is only radar vectors with no published segments, the Avidyne will A. Not allow you to fly the procedure B. Probably not list it in available procedures. You should just flight plan to the first waypoint. C. Require you to choose a transition before loading. D. Display a red ALERT "TAKEOFF GAP"When you enter a flight plan after power start on the FMS button and FPL does not activate the flight plan, you should A. Touch the ACTIVATE Line Select Key if it does not activate automatically B. Do nothing. It will activate after takeoff. C. Push MAP and then ACTIVATE D. Touch the ROUTE tab COPY then ACTIVATETo store a flight plan you have created on the FPL tab, you should A. Push ROUTE tab, Select CURRENT ROUTE, COPY B. Push the SAVE line select key C. It will always save the current route automatically D. Push ROUTE tab, Select NEW ROUTE and re-enter your flight planThe best way to add your alternate airport to your flight plan: A. is to add it during flight plan construction after the MAP to your alternate and preload the procedure there as well. B. wait until holding at the MAP and then hit Direct to your alternate C. Save a different flight plan from the MAP to your alternate and then activate it when ready to continue. D. Ask for radar vectors.To leave a holding pattern: A. Press MAP page and hit the CLR button. B. Press FMS then the EXIT HOLD line select key C. Delete the flight plan D. Select the hold and press CLRYou receive a SID in your clearance, but after takeoff, ATC gives you radar vectors to the second waypoint in the departure. You should A. Ask for suggested headings to join an airway B. Manually enter the waypoints you will get instead of using the SID C. Delete the first two waypoints from the SID D. Highlight the desired waypoint and push Direct to, the ENTR twice.When creating a custom hold, you should put in the: A. Inbount course B.Time or Distance of Legs C. Radial you are holding on D. A & B E. B & CTo deviate around weather, the best way is to: A. MAP button, OFFSET line select key. Set degrees left or right. B. FMS button; select Active Waypoint, OFFSET ROUTE set nm left or right C. FMS button, SUSPEND FPL line select key, use the heading bug D. AUX button, OFFSET ROUTE set nm left or rightOFFSET ROUTE can be used on: A. Holds B. Straight line segments in SID, STAR, but not IAP C. Straight line segments not used in SID, STAR, or IAP D. Any part of an active flight planWhen including your alternate airport in a flight plan, you should load the procedure you expect at your alternate: A. You can only have one loaded procedure at a time so you must wait until leaving the MAP at your first destination. B. Before takeoff, but the waypoint must be entered at Alternate Airport C. Before takeoff. The Avidyne will allow multiple approaches to be pre-loaded D. Only when you know you are going to go missed.To activate a leg in a flight plan: A. FMS, select the waypoint that ends the leg and press ACTIVATE LEG B. FMS, select the waypoint that starts the leg and press ACTIVATE LEG C. FMS, select the waypoint that ends the leg and press Direct To twice D. FMS, select the waypoint that ends the leg and press MENU then ACTIVATE LEGThe MAP button includes what tabs? A. SVS, MAP, CHART B. NRST, MAP, CHART C. SVS, CHART D. MAP, CHART, NRSTThe INFO tab is on: A. AUX button and can include Datalink Weather, SID, STAR, IAP, and Communication info B. MAP button and can include Datalink Weather, SID, STAR, IAP, and Communication Info C. FMS button and can include Datalink Weather, SID, STAR, IAP, and Communication InfoTo reverse a stored flight plan, A. Select the flight plan and press INVERT B. Select the flight plan and press MENU then REVERSE C. Select the flight plan and press MENU then INVERT D. Create a new flight plan and then press INVERT FPLWhen using Radial/Bearing/Distance to create a USER WAYPOINT, it must be from a: A. Any waypoint including other USER WAYPOINTS B. VOR, NDB, or AIRPORT C. VOR or NDB with a BEARING from D. VOR only.Datalink weather: A. can be up to 28 minutes old and used for long-range planning only B. is only shown if current C. Is as old as the DATA AGE shows D. Is only available on MAP button and the WX tabA Green METAR flag at an airport indicates: A. VFR B. Marginal VFR C. Weather missing D. No Instrument Approach Available.When terrain awareness displays YELLOW: A. Your present altitiude is safe but approaching danger. B. Your present altitude is within 1000'-2000' of terrain C. Your present altitude can be as low as 100' above and you should exercise extreme caution. D. You should turn off Terrain Awareness during Instrument Approaches to avoid distractionsFLTA or Forward Looking Terrain alerting: A. Yellow TERRAIN means you are above the terrain but should climb B. Yellow TERRAIN means you are expected to impact terrain within 10 miles C. Yellow TERRAIN means you are expected to impact within 3 minutes and Red TERRAIN PULL UP is impact within 1 minute D. Yellow TERRAIN means you are expected to impact terrain within 3 miles and Red TERRAIN PULL UP is impact within 1.5 milesThe 500' audible callout from the Avidyne occurs: A. When you descend through 500' above the minimums on IAPs B. When you descend through 500' above ground level C. When you should level off and fly to the MAP on non-precision approaches D. Is only available on precision approachesADS-B traffic: A. Is displayed at pressure altitude and you should turn rather than climb or descend B. Wait for ATC confirmation. It's advisory only. C. Climb or descend the indicated # of feet D. Issues mandatory climb or descent instructions through the Master Caution SystemThe CHART tab on the MAP button: A. Displays sectional charts B. Displays sectional and enroute charts C. Displays Jeppesen IAPs only D. Displays Jeppesen IAPs, SIDs and STARsWhen you update Jeppesen Databases, you must: A. Log the update with the date and signature in the AC records B. Only perform updates if you are an A&P or IA C. Check online for Jeppesn NavData Alerts D. Check for RAIM availabilityTo set a timer, press: A. FMS, UTIL, TIMERS B. AUX, UTIL, TIMERS C. FMS, INFO, TIMERS D. None of the aboveWhen the 'SWITCH TANK' ADVISORY appears: A. Check the fuel levels and pressure flow B. Hit the CLR button twice quickly C. Switch tanks if needed. D. All of the above.To 'quick tune' the emergency frequency of 121.5: Use the touch-screen display. Press and hold the frequency swap key for 3 seconds Use the frequency select knob to dial in the frequencyThe navigation mode of the Integrated Flight Display (IFD) is indicated by: Mode display on the upper right of the IFD screen Below the frequency boxes on the left of the IFD screen The IFD is always set to GPSIn order to navigate using a VOR, the pilot must Switch the IFD to VLOC mode using the CDI/OBS knob Highlight the active NAV frequency using the COM/VLOC knob. Use the Line Select Key (LSK) while in FMS modeThe IFD will automatically decode and display the identification signal of a navigation facility that is tuned. True FalseIn a flight plan, origin and destination airports are shown in blue. The next waypoint, (the one you are flying to), is shown in Gray Magenta YellowA flight plan can have more than one destination airport. True FalseFlight plans are entered or constructed in the ______ directory. AUX MAP FMSAn IFD will remember its position when it was last turned off. It will automatically display the same position as an origin when turned back on. True FalsePressing the multi-function knob is the same as pressing: CLR PROC ENTRMartinaire pilots are allowed to store USER PROFILES. True FalseThe current leg being flown on a flight plan is Gray Magenta Magenta/WhiteTo switch between 'track up', 'north up', or 'heading up', the pilot can toggle between displays by pressing the multi-function knob while in the ______ directory. AUX FMS MAPTo declutter terrain and/or navigation data on the display, the pilot can touch Land / NAV keys or use the LSK's while on the _________ directory. AUX FMS MAPTo display datablocks, the pilot must: Touch the data tab on the MAP page Use the multi-function knob to expand data on the MAP page. Use the multi-function knob to expand data on the FMS page.To view all of the information on a datablock, the pilot touch-scrolls the datablock up and down. True FalseTo enter a flight plan into the IFD, the pilot must go to the FMS directory, select the FPL tab and Enter Origin and subsequent waypoints using the Insert touch tab. Enter a name for the flight plan with origin, the go to the ROUTE tab Under ROUTE tab, select a blank flight plan and build it just like the King KLM 89B GPS.To create a stored flight plan, the pilot must go to the FMS directory, select the ROUTE tab and Select CURRENT Select NEW Press ENTRTo save an active flight plan, the pilot must go the the FMS directory, select the ROUTE tab and Select CURRENT and Copy Select NEW and Copy Select CURRENT and UpdateTo go to a waypoint not on your flight plan Press Direct-To key and touch the map waypoint to lock it in Press Direct-To key and rotate the innder multi-function knob to change the waypoint Double tap the waypoint on the map display to go direct to it.A 'gap' in a flight plan occurs When the IFD loses signal data When a SID/STAR is being used When there is no connection between one waypoint and the next.The FMS directory contains SVS, MAP, CHART AUDIO, UTIL, SETUP, SYST, ALERT FPL, INFO, ROUTE, WPT, NRSTA 'gap' can be cleared by Press the bottom LSK in the FMS/FPL mode Press PROC key and select an option Press ENTRTo add a waypoint to an existing flight plan Touch you waypoint desired on the map and press the ADD LSK Tp between two respective waypoints and the insert cursor will appear Hit ENTR twiceTo view the routing of a flight plan Open the Map in the FMS directory and press 'View Expanded'. Open the Map in the MAP directory and press 'View Expanded' Open the Map in the MAP directory and use the multi-function knob to scroll waypoint movement on the map"Caravan 1291S, you are cleared from the St. Paul Downtown airport to the Chicago Midway airport via PRESS intersection, Victor 2, Madison VOR, Victor 228, Northbrook, ..." To add an airway to the flight plan Build it into the flight plan from the start. Place the insertiion cursor below PRESS and press ENTR. The blue waypoint box will appear, along with 'victors' intersecting the waypoint. Select the appropriate highway. Double tap PRESS on the map and select the victor highwayTo add an arrival or departure to/from an airport: Select the airport in the FPL page of the FMS directory. Press ENTR twice and the respective arrivals/departures appear. Select appropriate. Build it into the flight plan from the start Highlight the respective airport and hit the PROC key.To offset a route to avoid storm buildup, the pilot shouldRoute offsets cannot be used on: Stored flight plans SIDs/STARs/Approaches Radial interceptsTo use 'rubber-band' mode to change a flight plan Touch and hold a map view waypoint and drag it to a new position. Release and press ENTR Touch and hold a leg between waypoints and drag to a new position. Release and press ENTR. The Avidyne IFD does not have this function.The MAP directory contains AUDIO, UTIL, SETUP, SYST, ALERT FPL, INFO, ROUTE, WPT, NRST SVS, MAP, CHARTTo invert a flight plan In the FMS directory, select your flight plan, press the Invert LSK In the FMS directory, creat a 'New Route' and enter waypoints backward of your original flight plan In the MAP directory, select Chart of the active flight plan, press the Invert LSK.To store a current flight plan Select 'Current Route' under the Route tab of the FMS directory and press Copy LSK Select 'New Route' under the Route tab of the FMS directory and press the Copy LSK In the FPL tab of the FMS directory, press the PROC dedicated key and select 'Copy Flight Plan'Your new question!To delete a flight plan In the FPL tab of the FMS directory, press the CLR dedicated key, then ENTR In the Route tab of the FMS directory, highlight the respective flight plan and press CLR dedicated key, then ENTR In the FPL tab of the FMS directory, press the CLR dedicated key, then ENTRTo build a random hold, In the FPL tab of the FMS directory, select the waypoint where the hold will occur, press PROC and select 'Hold at Waypoint'. In the FPL tab of the FMS directory, select the next 'to' waypoint, press PROC and select 'Hold at Waypoint'. In the FPL tab of the FMS directory, place the data cursor before or after the waypoint where the hold is to occur, press ENTR. The way point insertion will pop up. Use the touch-screen or multi-function knob to select 'HOLD AT --'.To adjust the hold position, In the FPL tab, close the Map and use the flight plan waypoint listing. Turn the inner multi-function knob which will alternate between left / right. Press ENTR to highlight left or right, ENTR again to accept. In the FPL tab, double tap the depicted hold and the hold will flash white and alternate left / right. Press ENTR to highlight left or right, ENTR again to accept. In the FPL tab, press and drag the hold to the new position and release. Press ENTR to accept the new position.The initial leg into a hold is White Magenta Magenta / WhiteTo exit a hold, Press the FMS rocker to display the FPL tab. Press 'Exit Hold' LSK. Proceed out of the hold to the next waypoint. The IFD will recognize the change and proceed onto the GPS course. Press the MAP rocker to display the master map page. Under the Data tab, press 'Exit Hold', the ENTR.A holding pattern can be placed on any waypoint that is defined as a point in space. True FalseAll LPV approaches are precision approaches. True FalseIt is the responsibility of the Pilot-In-Command to determine if an LPV approach is precision or non-precision based on approach plate criteria. True FalseIFD navigation modes and their corresponding CDI deflections are:- (Enroute) 2.0 nm full scale CDI deflection;- (Terminal) 1.0 nm full scale CDI deflection;- (Approach) 0.3 nm full scale CDI deflection. True FalseTo select an approach at the destination airport, Press the NRST dedicated key and select an approach from the list presented. Double tap the airport waypoint and an approach list will pop up. Select approach from the list presented. Press the PROC dedicated key and select approach from the list presented.The nav source state (GPS / VLOC) colors for active and standby respectively are: Green / White Magenta / Green Green / BlueWhere is information for Communications, Approaches, and Weather found for an airport? FMS INFO tab. AUX SYS tab AUX UTIL tabWhere is air data, trip planners, RAIM, and trip statistics found? FMS INFO tab AUX SYST tab AUX UTIL tabYou can use the CLR key to delete a procedure turn from an approach. True FalseIf you have more than one destination airport in your flight plan, pressing the PROC key will List arrivals and approaches for the first destination airport only. List arrivals and approaches for the last destination airport only. Toggle between arrivals and approaches for all destination airports.When executing a procedure turn during a non-precision approach, the pilot-in-command should Check the nav mode is TERM and the nav source is prepped GPS - VLOC. Do nothing. The IFD is in AI mode. Press the Activate Approach LSK.If, while on a non-precision approach, the IFD does not switch from GPS to VLOC, the pilot must Execute missed approach. The IFD has lost signal strength. Turn the CDI/VLOC knob to VLOC. Press the Activate Approach LSK.To bypass a procedure turn on an approach, the pilot-in-command has to activate 'vectors to final' LSK activate the leg following the procedure turn proceed direct to a waypoint after the procedure turnTo fly vectors to final on an ILS approach, the pilot has to select Vectors transition once the approach has been selected and then select VTF block in the flight plan. Do nothing once the approach has been selected. The IFD's AI will recognize the vectoring Press ENTR twice once the approach has been selected and the IFD's AI will take over.To fly a 'missed approach' on the IFD, the pilot must press the 'missed approach' LSK begin the missed approach as shown on the approach plate and the IFD will sequence th missed approach accordingly. must press the Direct To key.To quick-tune the emergency frequency 121.5 Touch the stand-by frequency and enter 121.5 Press frequency swap button for 3 seconds Press FREQ button and select 121.5If the IFD determines that there is a stuck mike, communication frequency will flash magenta and the transmitter will be disabled until the stuck mike condition is fixed. communication and navigation frequency bank will gray out and the transmitter will be disabled until the stuck mike condition is fixed. a 'stuck mike' blue advisory message will be displayed and the transmitter will be disabled until the stuck mike condition is fixed.If a pilot descends below a glideslope on a precision approach or below a generated descent path on a non-precision approach when within 1-5 nm from a runway: the IFD will display a red, premature descent alert (PDA). the IFD will display an 'Execute Missed Approach' (EMA) the IFD map screen will flash red indicating terrain imminent.An Excessive Descent Rate (EDR) alert is triggered at: - 750 fpm - 1000 fpm - 1600 fpmTraffic displayed on the IFD is receiving its information from the LYNX transponder. It is still the responsibility of the PIC to see and avoid all traffic even though it is displayed on the IFD. Why? Traffic displayed on the IFD is an advisory, radar return and may not actually be there. Traffic displayed on the IFD represents horizontal location only and does not depict the actual flight level of the aircraft. 'See and Avoid' does not mean 'watch the box'.A hold pattern leg has a field for the inbound course to the hold waypoint. The hold pattern turns left or right as specified in the hold pattern at the hold waypoint. If ATC issues a 'Hold east of <waypoint>, a hold course of _____ should be entered into the hold leg. 270 degrees 090 degrees It is automaticIf flying a defined flight plan, the IFD will provide a message about an impending turn that includes the upcoming desired track and a _______ second countdown; _____ seconds for a turn greater than 120 degrees. 15, 45 60, 120 10, 30If a 'Gap in Route' is generated in a flight plan, the pilot must be prepared to hold. A hold will be generated at the waypoint prior to the gap. clear the gap or connect waypoint to waypoint using the LSK. offset the gap.A green arc will form ahead of the 'ownship' display indicating what? The last waypoint. Range to altitude for a crossing restriction on a waypoint that is entered manually or part of a procedure. Descent distance from cruise altitude to final approach fix.To offset a routing, the pilot must deviate off course a set mileage, touch the route line in map mode and pull to the new position. deviate off course a set mileage and press the 'activate leg' in the FMS directory press the 'Offset Route' LSK and use the multi-function knob to dial in desired offset, then 'Confirm' LSK.METARS for a given airport can be accessed by tapping the METAR flag depicted on the airport waypoint or under the info tab of the FMS directory automatically and displayed by the IFD when the unit is within 40 miles of the destination airport. on the thumbnail map of the info tab.User waypoints can be created using present position, radial/radial intersections, lat/long, place/bearing/distance, and airfields. True FalseIf on the departure leg of a flight plan an emergency develops and you must return to the field, the recommended technique is to Press Direct To key, ENTR, Activate to return to the departure airport Select departure airport in FPL data, press Direct To Key, ENTR, ENTR Press NRST, select departure airport, press Direct To Key, ENTR, ENTRThe IFD receives Datalink Weather overlayed on the map screen. When no Datalink coverage is available, the IFD shows An AUX message indicating NO WX CVG A gray rectangle surrounding the affected region Gray hash marks surrounding the affected regionAny terrain within a 10 nm radius of the 'ownship' and betwee 100 ft and 1000 ft below the aircraft altitude will generate yellow hatched indications on the map pages blue hatched indications on the map pages a gray circle around the ownship icon.Obstacles inside a 1.5 nm radius of the aircraft position whose top is between 100 ft. below to anything above the aircraft altitude will generate a yellow threat bubble around the obstacle. a red threat bubble around the obstacle a blue threat bubble around the obstacle.To turn the NAV filter off to observe the navaid identifier in the frequency box, the pilot must press AUX, util tab, nav registry to off. press AUX, sys tab, nav registry to off. press Com/Nav tuning knob, press center of Volume/Power/ Squelch/ ID knob.In addition to color warning of terrain and obstacles, an FLTA alert will also generate caravan annunciator warnings in the cockpit a gray message box relaying caution messages yell a/o red AUX warningsThe Chart tab on the MAP directory is capable of displaying geo-referenced Jeppesen departure/arrival/approach charts and airport diagrams. In addition to the Chart tab, what other 'hot links' are present to access the chart directory? UTIL, SYS, USER Events LSK, USER, OPTIONS FPL, NRST, INFOCommonly used communication frequencies can be saved in COM Presets. To access this register, the pilot must go to FMS, audio tab, com registry go to AUX, audio tab, Com Preset List LSK go to AUX, util tab, Com Preset List LSKTimers and Calculators are locasted: AUX, util tab, Timers or Calculators LSK's AUX, sys tab, Timers or Calculators registry AUX, setup tab, Timers or Calculators registry.Martinaire pilots are forbidden from creating User Profiles in Avidyne units. True FalseWAAS system regions are randomly shut-down for testing without NOTAM notification. If this occurs, the IFD will display a warning and the pilot must use an alternate means to navigate. True FalseIf no GPS leg is active or if no GPS lock, the nav mode will be displayed in Green Yellow BlueLPV approaches are always precision approaches. True FalseActive Nav Source states are colored ________ while armed is ________. blue / gray blue / green green / blueIf GPS or OBS are not the active Nav state (annunciated in green), then pushing the Nav Source knob will have no effect. True FalseOBS can be activated inside the Final Approach Fix (FAF). True FalseTo trigger the transition from armed VLOC to active VLOC, what must be true? (Check all that apply) Radio deviations are at most 50% of full scale for 5 consecutive seconds. The aircraft track is within 15 degrees of the final approach course. The Morse code decoded by the tuned nav radio matches the identifier of the approach navaid. The tuned frequency in the nav radio matches that of the approach navaid Course to the active waypoint is within 45 degrees of the final approach course. The active leg is part of the approach up to and including the final approach fix.When a yellow warning message appears, immediate action should be performed immediate attention should be applied a change in system state has occurred that you should be aware ofWhen a blue warning message appears immediate action should be performed immediate attention should be applied a change in system state has occurred that you should be aware ofWhen a red warning message appears immediate action should be performed immediate attention should be applied a change in system state has occurred that you should be made aware ofWhen will expired databases be displayed when operating the Avidyne? When a yellow caution message indicates such When nav source modes will not activate During the Avidyne power-up sequenceHow does the pilot check the currency of Avidyne databases? AUX, SYS, Status LSK AUX, UTIL, Database register FMS, INF, Status LSKHow does the pilot intercept a radial from a waypoint? FMS, FPL, select waypoint to navigate to; Activate Leg LSK; ENTR; turn OBS knob to OBS, select desired radial TO with course selector FMS; FPL; select current waypoint; turn OBS knob to OBS; select desired radial FROM with course selector You cannot perform this function.All course reversals can be deleted from approaches. True FalseThe only way a procedure turn may be skipped is by: choosing anoth approach deleting the procedure turn activating the leg after the procedure turnIt is good practice to delete a holding pattern after the aircraft has entered it. True FalseAs an approach proceeds, it is the pilot's responsibility to confirm the IFD transitions from ENRT to TERM to APP. True FalseTo cancel a flight plan leg offset: FMS, FPL; select waypoint at end of current leg; press Offset LSK; set distance to 0. FMS, FPL; select waypoint at end of current leg; press Offset LSK; press Delete Offset LSK. FMS, FPL; select waypoint at end of current leg; press CLR, ENTRTo delete a saved flight plan: FMS, ROUTE, select route to be deleted; CLR, ENTR FMS, ROUTE; select route; Activate Flight Plan LSK; select each waypoint; CLR, ENTR FMS, ROUTE; select route to be deleted; Del Flight Plan LSKTo add a waypoint that is not on an active flight plan: FMS, FPL; place cursor between two waypoints where waypoint is to be added; ENTR, Waypoint, ENTR; enter waypoint; ENTR to accept FMS, FPL; place cursor on waypoint where waypoint is to be added; ENTR, waypoint; ENTR; enter waypoint; ENTR to accept. FMS, FPL; place cursor where waypoint is to be added; go to ROUTE; press New Waypoint LSK.To fly an ILS approach, the CDI source knob must be in ________ mode. GPS WAAS VLOCTo center the map around the 'ownship': Tap the map to activate auto-center. Push and hold the OBS/CDI button for 2 sec. Press the multi-function knob to re-center the mapInformation as to your ground speed, location of the nearest airport, distance to next waypoint, etc., are located: FMS, MAP, DATA MAP, MAP, DATA AUX, INFO, DATAAll flight planning, including alternates, should be stored in the Avidyne IFD on the ground and before any engine start. Programming the Avidyne in the air, apart from instrument approaches and reroutes, is a very dangerous precedent. True FalseWhile flying vectors toward an approach, the pilot still has to: query ATC on approach clearance press the Activate VTF LSK. do nothing Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.