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COMMERCIAL FLIGHT SYSTEMS ROUP G BUSINESS ANDCOMMUTER AVIATION SYSTEMS IVISION D GLENDALE, ARIZONA

SPZ-500C Integrated Control System

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Maintenance Manual

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REVISED PRINTED IN U.S.A. Al 5-1146-47

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PROPRIETARYOTICE N This evised r document andthe information disclosed are herein proprietary data ofHoneywell Inc. Neither document the this nor information contained shall herein beused, reproduced, ordisclosed totheextent required for to others without written the authorization ofHoneywell except Inc., installation ormaintenance of recipients equipment. NOTICE -FREEDOMOF INFORMATION ACT(5 USC552)ND A DISCLOSURE CONFIDENTIAL OF INFORMATION GENERALLY 18 1905) ( USC This revised documentsbeing urnished i f inconfidenceHoneywell by Inc.The information disclosed falls exemption(4) f USC552 herein within (b) o 5 andthe prohibitions 1905. of 18USC

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TABLEOF CONTENTS Section 1 Parama~h System Descri~tion 1. General Description 2. System 1!. Attitude and Heading Reference ystem S Air DataSystem Optional or B. ADZ-241 ADZ-81O Air DataSystem c. AA-300RadioAltimeter ystem S ElectroniclightInstrument F D. EDZ-605 System(EFIS) Control System E. Flight 650 Weather RadarSystem F. PRIMUS@ Multifunction Display System(Optional) G. MDZ-605 Flight Managementystem(Optional) S H. FMZ-800 Integrated RadioSystem(Optional) I. SRZ-850 J. LSZ-850 LightningensorSystem(Optional) S 2 Coml)onent DescritItion 1. General and Reference ystem S 2. Attitude Heading and RateGyro A. B. c. D. E. VG-14A Vertical Gyro C-14DDirectional Gyro CS-412 DualRemote Compensator FX-220FluxValve RG-204 RateGyro Subject Paqe 1 1 18 ;: 20 20 21 22 22 23 24 26 101 101 102 102 108 114 116 118 120 120 130 134 138 144 148 148 151 152 152

andOptional ADZ-81O Air DataSys~em 3. ADZ-241 A. B. c. D. E. AZ-241 Air DataComputer BA-141 Barometric Altitude Indicator VN-212 VNAVComputer/Controller AZ-81ODigital Air DataComputer VN-800 VNAVControl/Display

AA-300RadioAltimeter System 4. Optional A. RT-300 RadioAltimeter eceiver/Transmitter R B. AT-223RadioAltimeterntenna A FlightInstruments 5. Electromechanical A. RD-450 Horizontalituation S Indicator - Copilots

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TABLEOF CONTENTS (cent) Section 2 Paraqra~h Comr)onent Description (cent) 6. EDZ-605 ElectroniclightInstrument F Systemand Optional MQZ-605 Multifunction Display System 156 Sub.iect &

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TABLEOF CONTENTS (cent) Sect ion 2 Paraqra~h Com~onentescription D (cent) SRZ-850 IntegratedadioSystem R 10. Optional A. RNZ-850 Integrated Navigationnit U B. RCZ-850 Integrated Communication Unit C. ML-850Microwave anding L System(MLS) Receiver D. RM-850RadioManagementnit (RMU) U E. AV-850A AudioControl Unit F. CD-850Clearanceelivery D Control/ Display Unit G. D1-851DME Indicator H. AT-860 ADF Antenna I. AT-851MLS Antenna LSZ-850 Lightning ensorSystem S 11. Optional A. B. C. D. SensorProcessor LP-850 Lightning SensorController LU-850 Lightning AT-850 Antenna AT-855Antenna 198,94 198.94 198.100 198.104 198.108 198.114 198.118 198.122 198.126 198.128 198.130 198.130 198.134 198.138 198.140 201 201 202 207 207 207 210 259 259 260 264 268 288 291 291 291 293 Contents (Page 3) May 25/90
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Svstem ODeration 1. General SystemPerformance/Operating Limits Director Functionalescription D :: Flight A. General B. Control Functions c. Flight Director ModeFlowDescription 4. Autopilot omputer C Functionalescription D A. B. C. D. Autopilot/Yaw DamperEngage RollAxis PitchAxis YawAxis

SystemFunctionalescription D 5. C-14DCompass 6. EDZ-605 EFISandOptional MDZ-605 MFD System A. Attitude PortInterconnects B. Heading PortInterconnects c. ShortRangeNavigation SRN)Port ( Interconnects

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TABLEOF CONTENTS (cent) Section 3 Paraqrar)h SYstemOt)eration (cent) D. LongRangeNavigation LRN)Port ( Interconnects E. RadioAltimeter PortInterconnects F. Weather RadarPortInterconnects G. Rateof TurnPortInterconnects H. Microwave Landing System(MLS)Port Interconnects Miscellaneous Programming Functions Director Signals ;: Flight K. EFISBackup Mode GroundCheck General :: EquipmentndMaterials a 3. Procedure FaultIsolation 1. General 2. Procedure Interconnects SystemSchematics Removal/ReinstallationAd.iustment and 1. General 2. EquipmentndMaterials a 3. ProcedureorAll Indicators Electronic f and Displays 4. Procedure orSelectors f andControllers A. MS-205ModeSelector, PC-500 Autopilot Controller, RI-106S Instrument Remote Controller, DC-811Display Controller, MC-800MFD Controller, AV-850A Audio Control Unit,CD-800Control Display Unit, andWC-650Weather RadarController B. VN-212VNAVComputer/Controller, VN-800VNAVControl/Display, LU-850 and Lightning ensorController S 294 294 295 295 295 296 296 297 301 301 301 301 401 401 401 501 601 701 701 701 701 702 702 Sub.iect

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Removal/Reinstallation andAd.iustment (cent) 5. Procedure or Sensors f and Gyros A. AG-222Accelerometer RG-204RateGyro and B. VG-14AVertical Gyroand C-14DDirectional Gyro c. FX-220FluxValve D. CS-412DualRemote Compensator 6. Procedure or SP-200 f Autopilot, FZ-500 FlightDirector,Z-61O N Navigation. andAZ-241/AZ-810 DataComputers, Air SG-605/MG-605 Symbol Generators, OZ-800Receiver Processornit,RNZ-850 U NAV Unit, RCZ-850 COM Unit,ML-850 MLS Receiver, ncl a LP-850 Lightning ensor S Processor 7. Procedure or SM-200 f ServoDriveand SB-201Drum and Bracket Assembly A. ServoDriveAssembly As;embly B. Drumand Bracket RadioAltimeter Rece?ver 8. Procedure or RT-300 f Transmitter RollRateMonitor 9. Procedure or RZ-220 f Antenna and Receiver; 10. Procedure or WU-650 f Transmitter Unit 11. Procedure or WI-650 f Weather RadarIndicator 12. Procedure or RM-850 f RadioManagementnit (RMU) U f Clearance elivery D CDU 13. Procedure or CD-850 702 702 703 703 705 706

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m VN-212VNAVComputer/Controller BlockDiagram AZ-81ODigital Air DataComputer AZ-81ODigital Air DataComputer BlockDiagram VN-800 VNAVControl/Display VN-800VNAVControl/Display BlockDiagram RT-300RadioAltimeter eceiver/Transmitter R RT-300RadioAltimeter eceiver/Transmitter R BlockDiagram AT-223RadioAltimeter ntenna A RD-450 Horizontalituation S Indicator RD-450Horizontalituation S IndicatorlockDiagram B ED-600EADIDisplays andAnnunciators ED-600EADICaution and Failure Annunciations (Amber/ ED-600EADICaution and Failure Annunciations (Red) ED-600Internal ystemFailure S (Red) ED-600EHSIDisplays andAnnunciators ED-600EHSICaution and Failure Annunciations (Amber! ED-600EHSICaution and Failure Annunciations (Red) ED-600EHSIPartial Compass Displays LRNMap ModewithMultiple Waypoints SRN (VOR)MAP Mode Composite isplay D Symbol Definition MFD Map Mode MFD PlanMode

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LISTOF ILLUSTRATIONS (cent) W 7-12 7-13 8-1 8-2 8-3 8-4 SM-200 ServoDriveand SB-201Bracket SM-200 ServoDriveBlockDiagram WU-650 Antenna and Receiver/Transmitter Unit WU-650 Antenna and Receiver/Transmitter Unit BlockDiagram WI-650 Weather RadarIndicator WI-650 Weather RadarIndicatorlockDiagram B WC-650 Weather RadarController WC-650 Weather RadarControllerlockDiagram B NZ-61O Navigationomputer C NZ-61O Navigationomputer C BlockDiagram CD-800 Control Display Unit CD-800 Control Display UnitBlockDiagram DL-800 DataLoader DL-800 DataLoader BlockDiagram OZ-800Receiver Processor nit U OZ-800Receiver ProcessornitBlockDiagram U AT-801H-Field BrickAntenna RNZ-850 Integrated Navigationnit U RNZ-850 Integrated NavigationnitBlockDiagram U RCZ-850 Integrated Communication Unit RCZ-850 Integrated Communication UnitBlock Diagram ML-850 MLS Receiver ML-850 MLS Receiver BlockDiagram Paqe 198.58 198.61 198.62 198.65 198.66 198.69 198.70.2 198.70.7 198.72 198.75 198.76 198.83 198.86 198.89 198.90 198.92 198.93 198.94 198.99 198.100 198.103 1980104 198.107

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LISTOF ILLUSTRATIONS (cent) m 10-7 10-8 10-9 1o-1o 10-11 10-12 10-13 10-14 10-15 10-16 10-17 11-1 11-2 11-3 11-4 11-5 11-6 201 202 203 204 205 206 m RM-850RadioManagementnit U RM-850RadioManagementnitBlockDiagram U AV-850A AudioControl Unit AV-850A AudioControl UnitBlockDiagram CD-850Clearance elivery D Control/Display Unit CD-850Clearance elivery D Control/Display Unit BlockDiagram DI-851DME Indicator DI-851DME IndicatorlockDiagram B AT-860ADF Antenna AT-860ADF Antenna BlockDiagram AT-851MLS Antenna LP-850LightningensorProcessor S LP-850LightningensorProcessor lockDiagram S B LU-850Lightning ensor S Controller LU-850Lightningensor S Controllerchematic S AT-850Antenna AT-855Antenna Flight Director ModeLogic FD OFF Logic and CourseSelectInterface EHSIHeading EFIS Rollor PitchAttitude and Command Interface EFIS ED-600EADIInterconnects EFIS ED-600EHSIInterconnects Pag_e 198.108 198.112 198.114 198.117 198.118 198.121 198.122 198.124 198.126 198.127 198.128 198.130 198.133 198.134 198.137 198.138 198.140 221 227 229 231 233 235

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M Heading Select and Go AroundModeFlowDiagram VOR and VOR Approach ModeFlowDiagram Localizer,ocalizerpproach, BackCourse L A and Mode FlowDiagram Instrumentanding L System(ILS)Diagram Altitude, Vertical Speed,and Indicatedirspeed A HoldModeFlowDiagram Glideslopepproach Go Around A and ModeFlow Diagram Altitude PreselectodeFlowDiagram M Vertical NavigationodeFlowDiagram M VNAVSampleProblem Failure Warning Flagsand Bar BiasLogicDiagram Autopilot/Yaw DamperEngageInterlockiagram D for Citation V Autopilot/Yaw DamperEngageInterlockiagram D for Citation V Autopilot Computer SignalFlowDiagram TorqueSwitchingignalFlowDiagram S forCitation V TorqueSwitchingignalFlowDiagram S forCitation II Pilots C-14DCompass SystemSignal FlowDiagram SG-605and Optional MG-605Attitude Port Interconnects SG-605and Optional MG-605Heading Port Interconnects SG-605and Optional MG-605ShortRange Navigation SRN) ( PortInterconnects

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Name SG-605 andOptional MG-605LongRange NavigationLRN)PortInterconnects ( SG-605 andOptional MG-605RadioAltitude, Rateof Turn,Weather Radar, and Microwave Landing System(MLS)PortInterconnects Flight Director Validand Navigationignals S

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LISTOF TABLES Table 1 2 ,3 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 3-1 3-2 3-3 3-4 3-5 4-1 4-2 5-1 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-4 Name System Components Optional System Components Equipmentequired not Supplied Honeywe1 R but by VG-14A Vertical GyroLeading Particulars C-14DDirectional GyroLeading Particulars CS-412 DualRemote Compensator Leading Particulars FX-220 FluxValveLeading Particulars RG-204 RateGyroLeading Particulars AZ-241 Air DataComputer Leading Particulars BA-141 Barometric Altitude Indicatoreading L Particulars VN-212VNAVComputer/Controller Leading Partic~llars AZ-81ODigital Air DataComputer Leading Particulars VN-800 VNAVControl/Display Leading Particular; RT-300 RadioAltimeter eceiver/Transmitter R Leading Particulars AT-223RadioAltimeterntenna A Leading Particulars RD-450 Horizontalituation ndicatoreading S I L Particulars ED-600 Electronic Display Leading Particulars DC-811Display Controllereading L Particulars RI-106S Instrument Remote Controllereading L Particulars SG-601 Symbol Generator eading L Particulars
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LISTOF TABLES(cent) Table 6-5 6-6 7-1 7-2 7-3 7-4 7-5 7-6 7-7 7-8 8-1 8-2 8-3 W L Particulars MC-800MFD Controllereading MG-605MFD Symbol Generator eading L Particulars Autopilotomputer C Leading Particulars SP-200
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Flight Director Computer Leading Particulars 198.31 FZ-500 MS-205 ModeSelector Leading Particulars PC-500 Autopilotontrollereading C L Particulars AG-222Accelerometer Leading Particulars RZ-200 RollRateMonitor Leading Particulars ServoDriveand SB-201Bracket Leading SM-200 Particulars SM-200ServoDriveDashNo. Differences WU-650 Antenna and Receiver/Transmitter Leading Particulars 198.42 198.46 198.52 198.54 198.59 198.59 198.63

WI-650Weather RadarIndicator eading L Particulars 198.66 Indicatorontrol C Functions WC-650Weather RadarController eading L Particulars WC-650Control Functions NZ-61O Navigation Computer Leading Particulars CD-800Control Display Unit Leading Particulars DL-800 DataLoader Leading Particulars 198.67 198.70.2 198.70.3 198.73 198.77 198.86

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OZ-800Receiver ProcessornitLeading U Particulars 198.91 AT-801H-Field BrickAntennaLeading Particulars RNZ-850 Integrated NavigationnitLeading U Particulars RCZ-850 Integrated Communication UnitLeading Particulars 198.93 198.94 198.100

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LISTOF TABLES(cent) Table 10-3 10-4 10-5 10-6 10-7 10-8 10-9 1o-1o 11-1 11-2 11-3 11-4 11-5 201 301 401 501 W ML-850 MLS Receiver Leading Particulars ML-850MLS Receiver ARINC429 Outputs RM-850RadioManagementnitLeading U Particulars AV-850A AudioControl UnitLeading Particulars CD-850Clearanceelivery D Control/Display UnitLeading Particulars DI-851DME Indicatoreading L Particulars AT-860 ADF Antenna Leading Particulars AT-851MLS Antenna Leading Particulars LP-850LightningensorProcessor eading S L Particulars LU-850LightningensorControllereading S L Particulars LU-850 Switch Functions AT-850 Antenna Leading Particulars AT-855 Antenna Leading Particulars SystemPerformance/Operating Limits Ground CheckProcedure FaultIsolation Interconnect Information
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INTRODUCTION Thismanualprovides general system maintenancenstructions theory i and of operation or the SPZ-500C f Integratedlight F Control System(System),or the f I Cessna Citation or V aircraft. II Thismanualprovides blockdiagram information interconnect and cliagrams to permit general understanding Systeminterface. of Common System maintenance proceduresre not presented thismanual. The best a in established shopand flight linepractices hould used. s be Information shipping, torage, handling all system on s and of componentss i contained n manual, i Honeywell Pub.No. 09-1100-01. Abbreviations usedin thismanualare defined follows: as Abbreviation ACCEL ADC ADF ADI A/D AGC AIL ALT ANN ANT AOSS AP, A/P APP,APR APS APSBK ARM AS ASCB ATT BARO B/A BC BCD BRG CAP CB CDS CDU CE Equivalent Accelerometer Air DataComputer Automatic irection inder D F Attitude Director Indicator Analogto Digital Automatic ainControl G Aileron Altitude Annunciator Antenna AfterOverStation Sensor Autopilot Approach Altitude Preselect APS Bracket Armed Airspeed Avionics Standard Communication Bus Attitude Barometric BankAngle BackCourse Binary-Coded-Decimal Bearing Capture Circuit Breaker Differential Resolver Control Display Unit CourseError

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Abbreviation CKT CLK CMD CMPTR COM COMP,COMPTR CONT CORR Cos CPL CRS Cs CT D/A DEG DEMOD DET DEV DEVN , DG DH DIFF DISPL DME DN DRC DUP EAD I EHSI EFIS EL, ELEV EMI ENG EO E OFF EX LOC EXT FD, F/D FDC FLT FMS FR, FRM GA, G/A GND GP GS, G/S HDG HORIZ HSI I AS I DENT

Equivalent Circuit Clock Command Computer Common, Communication Compensation, Compass, Comparator or Controller Correction Cosine Couple Course Electricalesolver R Control Transformer Digital Analog to Degree Demodulator Detector, etent D Deviation Directional Gyro Decision Height Differential Displacement Distance Measuring quipment E Down DualRemote Compensator Duplicate Electronic Altitude Director Indicator Electronic Horizontalituation ndicator S I System Electronic1 ght Instrument F Elevator c ElectromagnetInterference Engage Easy-On Easy-Off Expanded Loca izer Extend, External Flight Director Flight Director Computer F1 ight Flight Managementystem S From Go-Around Ground Glidepath Glideslope Heading Horizontal Horizontalituation ndicator S I Indicatedirspeed A Identification

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Abbreviation IF IFCS ILS INC-DEC IND INS INTLK INTGL INV IVV KN, KTS L LAT LBS L/C LH LOC LRN LSS LTG MFD MM MOM MON NAV NC NCD NM NO NOC NORM OBS o/c OM 0ss PATT Pews PECO PITCHSYNC PRI PROG P/s Pw PWR R RA, R/A,RADALT RAM RCVR RBB RCPL

Equivalent Intermediate Frequency Integrated Flight Control System Instrument Landing System Increase-Decrease Indicator Inertial avigationystem N S Interlock Integral Inverter Instantaneous Vertical Velocity Knots Left Lateral Lateral BeamSensor Inductive/Capacitive LeftHand Localizer LongRangeNavigation LightningensorSystem S Lighting Multifunction Display Middle Marker Momentary Monitor Navigational No Connectionr Normally o Closed No Computed Data Nautical Mile Normally Open NAV on Course Normal OmniBearing Selector On Course OuterMarker OverStation Sensor PitchAttitude PitchControl WheelSteering PitchErection Cut-Off PitchSynchronization Primary Programmer PitotSwitch PitchWheelor PulseWidth Power Right RadioAltimeter Random AccessMemory Receiver RollBar Bias RollCouple

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Abbreviation RCVR RCWS RECO REF RETR REV !!I RN, RNAV RNAPP RSB RT, R/T RUD SBY SEC SEL SIG SIN SPD SR SRN SSEC STAEL STC STP SYNC TAS TCS TK TP TSO TTL VA VAL VANG VAPP VBS VG VOR VORTAC VR VRT,VERT [?, W/L XMTR YD, Y/D Equivalent Receiver RollControl WheelSteering RollErection Cut-Off Reference Retract Reverse Course(Sameas BackCourse) RightHand RadioMagnetic Indicator AreaNAV RNAVApproach RadioSystemBus Receiver/Transmitter, Rateof Turn Rudder Standby Secondary Select Signal Sine Speed SoftRide ShortRangeNavigation StaticSourceErrorCorrection Station Elevation Sensitivity TimeControl Steep Synchronization TrueAir Speed TouchControl Steering TurnKnob TestPoint Technical Standard Order Tunedto Localizer VoltAmpere Valid Vertical Angle VOR Approach Vertical BeamSensor Vertical Gyro VHF OmniRange Colocated OR andTacanStations V VoltsRegulated Vertical Vertical Speed WingsLevel Transmitter Yaw Damper

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COMPLIANCE

REQUIRED

Honeywell as an Airworthiness h Analysis procedure performed or all itsairborne f products ensure to thatequipment esigned Honeywell illnot createa d by w hazardous n-flightondition.As a resultof the Analysis, ertain i c c installations havebeendesignated NSTALLATION I CRITICAL, nd 100percent a compliance withthoseinstallations required. is INSTALLATION CRITICAL defined is as: Specific methods installation required ensurethateitherthe of are to failure the assembly partis extremely of or improbable thatits failure or couldnot createa hazardous ondition. c

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SECTION 1 SYSTEMDESCRIPTION 1. General ThisSPZ-500C Integrated Flight Control System(Figure provides 1) flight director, automatic ilot,flightinstrumentation p (including gyroreferences and flightinstruments), airdatasystem(including an airdatadisplays, altitude alerting, ltitude a preselect,nd altitude a reporting}nd a weather a subsystemsrovide p multifunction display (Figure 2), radarsystem. Optional flight management (Figure 3), radiocommunication navigation Figure and ( 4), and lightning isplay d (Figure 5). Table1 liststhe componentsnd partnumbers a thatcompose standard a System Figure showsthe 6 andTable2 listsoptional subsystem omponents. c T approximate component ocations or a typical l f installation.able3 lists equipment equired not supplied Honeywell. r but by Honeywell PartNo. 7000622-901 7003430-901 7002493-903 7003430-901 7005400-901 2594484 2593379-1 4020577-3 4018369-905 4020570-905 4013241-931 A/C Ref Des 1 2 C2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

System Component VG-14A Vertical Gyro ED-600 Electronicisplay D (EHSI) RD-450 Horizontalituation S Indicator ED-600 Electronicisplay D (EADI) and Inclinometer Kit FX-220 FluxValve* CS-412 DualRemote Compensator C-14DDirectional Gyro* FZ-500 FlightDirector Computer MS-205 Mode Selector AZ-241 Air DataComputer

SP-200 Autopilot Computer * Denotes dualcomponents.

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SystemComponent PC-500 Autopilot Controller SM-200ServoDrive(Aileron) S6-201ServoBracket (Aileron) Honeywel 1 PartNo. 4018639-909 4006719-906 4005842 A/C Ref Des 11 12 12A

SM-200ServoDrive(Elevator) SB-201ServoBracket (Elevator) SM-200ServoDrive(Rudder) S6-201 ServoBracket (Rudder) RG-204 RateGyro VN-212VNAVComputer/Controller AG-222Accelerometer 6A-141BaroAltitude Indicator RI-106S Instrumentemote R Controller

4006719-904Citation I) 13 ( I -914(Citation) V 4005842 4006719-906 4005842 7007453-903 4020571-904 7000992 4016341-905 4026206-973 4015901-920 7008470-902, -912 7007700-301 7011672-606 7012977-753 13A 14 14A 15 16 17 18 23 57 59 63 65 115

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System Component Qty Honeywel 1 PartNo. A/C Ref Des

AA-300RadioAltimeter ystemCom~onents S RT-300 RadioAltimeter eceiver/Transmitter R AT-223RadioAltimeterntenna(Receive) A AT-223RadioAltimeter ntenna(Transmit) A FMZ-800 Fliqht Managementystem S Comt)onents CD-800 Control Display Unit NZ-61O Navigationomputer C DL-800 DataLoader(Carry On) OZ-800Receiver Processornit U AT-801 H-Field BrickAntenna ; 1 1 1 7004403-901 7004402-654 7004607-903 7004608-901 7011103 120 121 123 141 142 7001840-915 4010504 4010504

MDZ-605 Multifunction DistIlaY (MFD) Com~onents MG-605 MFD Symbol Generator MC-800 MFD Controller ED-600Electronic Display (MFD) 1 I 7011673-606 7007062-933 7003430-901 125 126 127

SRZ-850 Integrated RadioSystemComponents ML-850 MLS Receiver AT-851 MLS Antenna RCZ-850 Integrated Communication Unit RM-850 RadioManagementnit U AT-860 ADF Antenna AV-850A AudioControl Unit DI-851 DME Indicator RNZ-850 Integrated Navigationnit U Clearance elivery D I CD-850 Control/Display Unit 2 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 7510600-901 7510638-901 7510700-901 7012100-943 7510300-901 7511001-901 7513006-901 7510100-911 7513000-911 116 118 143 144 158 160 163 164 165

ADZ-81O Diqital Air DataSystemCom~onents ~ AZ-81ODigital Air DataComputer VN-800 VNAVControl/Display 1 1 7000700-948 7000472-901 9 16

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LSZ-850 Liqhtnina ensorSvstem S Components LP-850Lightning ensorProcessor S LU-850Lightning ensorController S AT-850Lightningntenna(Teardrop) A OR AT-855Lightningntenna(Brick) A PRIMUS@ 650 Weather RadarComponents WC-650Weather RadarController 1 7008471-605 61 1 1 1 1 7011822-903 7011865-903 4057697-901 7014062-901 145 146 147 147

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CS-412 REMOTE DUAL COMPENSATOR AT-223 RADIO ALTIMETER ANTENNA (TRANSMITTER) AT-223 RADIO ALTIMETER ANTENNA (RECEIVER) RT-300 RADIO ALTIMETER RCVR/XMTR AT-660 ADFANTENNAS OZ-800 RECEIVER PROCESSOR UNIT NZ-61 ONAVIGATION COMPUTER SM-200 SERVO DRIVE ELEVATOR) ( SM-200 SERVODRIVE RUDDER) ( SM.200 SERVODRIVE AILERON) ( SB-201 SERVODRUMANDHOUSING SSY A FX-220 VALVES FLUX AT-801 H-FIELD ANTENNA BRICK 19

INSTRUMENT PANEL ANDPEDESTAL MOUNTED COMPONENTS: . ED-600 EHSI . ED-600 EADI . ED-600 MFD . MS-205 MODESELECTOR . PC-500 AUTOPILOT CONTROLLER . VN-212 VNAVCOMPUTER/CONTROLLER OR VN-801 CONTROUDISPLAY . 6A-141 BAROALTITUDE INDICATOR . R1 -106S INSTRUMENT REMOTE CONTROLLER . DC-81 1DISPLAY CONTROLLER . WI-650 WEATHER RADARINDICATOR . RD-450 HSI . CD-800 CONTROL DISPLAY UNIT . MC-800 MFDCONTROLLER . RM-850 RADIO MANAGEMENT UNITS . AV-850A AUDIO CONTROL UNITS . DI-851 DMEINDICATORS CD-850 CLEARANCEELlVERY D CONTROIJDISPLAY UNIT MG-605 MFDSYMBOL GENERATOR

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Function and Designation FastErectSwitch S1 Quantity Required l/VG Description SPSTMOM.Pushbutton Ratedat 1/2 amp Inductive GornPressSW No. GBC300-55 SPSTToggleRated at 1/2amp Inductive SPDTMOM.Toaale with Center OFF 1~~amp rating NC and No Rated@ 28 v 3 ampsInductive TradeNo. 734165 mA @28V DPDT NC Rated@ 28 V 3 amps Inductive MOM.N.O.SPSTSwitch Ratedat 1/2 amp at 28 V dc NC Rated@ 28 V 3 amps Inductive DPDTRelays Rated@ 28 V 3 ampsInductive SPDTRelayRated@ 28 V 1 amp Controls of Co. America Series B9000 MicroSwitch Consolidated Airborne Systems Recommended Source

Aneroid Switch* Directional Gyro Free/Slavewitch S S3 Directional Gyro ManualSyncSwitch S4 Pilots Disengage AP SwitchS5 TorqueWarning Light FlapTransitionwitch S Copilots P Disengage A SwitchS6 TouchControl Steering Switch, S7, S8 Go-Around RelayK4 TrimRelays Kl, K2, K3 TCS/Trim RelayK5

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2. Svstem Description I The SPZ-500C IFCSconsists the following ubsystems of s whichare described n i Paragraphs.Athrough 2 J. Attitude/Heading Reference ystem S ADZ-241 Air DataSystem Optional or ADZ-81O Digital Air DataSystem AA-300RadioAltimeter System EDZ-605 ElectroniclightInstrumentystem(EFIS) F S Flight Control System PRIMUS@ 650 Weather RadarSystem q MDZ-605 Multifunction Display System(Optional) q FMZ-800 Flight Managementystem(Optional) S . SRZ-850 Integrated RadioSystem(Optional) i
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The Systemprovides three-axisircraft a attitude stabilization path and control.The automatic athmodecommands p aregenerated y the Fi!-500 b Flight Director Computer whichintegrates attitude heading the and reference,ir a data,and EFISintoa complete aircraft control system thatprovides the stabilization control and needed ensureoptimum to performance throughouthe t aircraft flight regime. The System displays heading, course, radiobearing, pitchand rollattitude, barometricltitude,adioaltitude, oursedeviation,lideslope eviation, a r c g d to-from andDME indications. Lighted annunciators denoteselected flight modeand altitude alert. Pitchand rollsteering commands developed y the b Flight Director Computer conjunction in withthe ModeSelector aredisplayed by steering pointers enablethe pilotto reachand/or to maintain the desired flight pathor attitude. An Avionics Standard Communications (ASCB) usedto interfaceetween Bus is b the SG-605 SymbolGenerator nd the optional a MG-605MFD SymbolGeneratorr o on the optional NZ-61O NavigationomDuter.Otherdata is transmitt[?d the C following private lineb~ses:
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Reference ystem S and Heading 2. A. Attitude and Heading Reference ystemis comprised f the following S o The Attitude components: . . . . VG-14AVertical Gyro C-14DDirectional Gyro FX-220FluxValve CS-412DualRemote Compensator

The VG-14AVertical Gyroprovides pitchand rollattitude a signal the to FZ-500Flight Director Computer and the SP-200 Autopilot Computer use for in controllinghe vertical t and lateral modesof operation.The VG-14A alsoprovides 50-millivolt/degree a signal the MU-650 to Antenna and Receiver/Transmitter use in antenna for stabilization.he three-wire T pitchor rollattitude signalis alsoroutedto the SG-605Symbol Generator provide to pitchand rollsphereindications the ED-600 on EAD 1. The C-14DDirectional Gyroprovides three-wireeading h datato the SP-200 Autopilot Computer for use in yaw axiscontrol and to t?e SG-605 Symbol Generator positioning heading for the dialon the ED-603 EHSI. Thereare dualC-14DDirectional Gyrosin the system. Undernormaloperation he t pilots C-14Ddrivesthe ED-600EHSIand the copilots L-14Drivesthe l d a inputto the SG-605SymbolGelerator nd RD-450HSI. The heading autopilot an be switched c between the pilots copilots -14Dwiththe or C remoteHDG REV switch. The FX-220FluxValvedetects the magnitude nd directi~n the earths a of magnetic fieldfor use in aligning theC-14Dto magnetic north. The CS-412DualRemote Compensator provides single cycleN-S,E-W compensation the fluxvalve. for B. ADZ-241 Air DataSystem Optional or ADZ-81O Air DataSystem The ADZ-241 Air DataSystemis comprised f the following omponents: o c . AZ-241Air DataComputer q BA-141BaroAltitude Indicator q VN-212VNAVComputer/Controller The AZ-241Air DataComputer processes itotand static p pressure inputs a a to control and provides airspeed, ltitude, nd holdoutputs ths flight encoding outputs systemand baroaltitude the BA-141.Also,altitude to are provided for transponder use. The VN-212VNAVComputer/Controller provides selection nddisplay a for a preselect,nd vertical a navigation. altitude alerting, ltitude

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The optional ADZ-81O Air DataSystemis comprised f the folowing o components: . AZ-81ODigital Air DataComputer (DADC) . 6A-141BaroAltitude Indicator . VN-800 VNAVControl/Display The AZ-81OAir DataSystemis required the FMZ-800 if Flight management the samefunctions s a Systemis installed.The AZ-81ODADCprovides described or theAZ-241but alsoprovides f ARINC429 datafo! use by the NZ-61ONavigationomputer. C Whenusingthe AZ-81ODADC,the VN-212needsto be replaced the VN-800 by The the samefunctions s a VNAVControl/Display. VN-800provides i for discussed the VN-212. The differences thatthecomputations for thesefunctions f the VN-800are performed y the AZ-81ODADC. o b S 2. c. AA-300RadioAltimeter ystem The AA-300RadioAltimeter Systemis comprised f the following o components:
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The radioaltimeter system provides absolute an altitude disFlay for O to 2500feetdecision heightselection,ailure f annunciation, internal and self-test. D. EDZ-605 ElectroniclightInstrument F System(EFIS) The EFISis comprised f the following omponents: o c . . . . ED-600Electronicisplay D (EADIand EHSI) SG-605SymbolGenerator DC-811Display Controller RI-106S Instrumentemote R Controller IRC) (

The EFISdisplays pitchand rollattitude, eading, h courseorientation, flightpathcommands, eather w presentations, modeand source and annunciations. The SG-605Symbol Generator the heartof the system is and processes ll a the datafordisplay the ED-600 on EADIor EHSI. The SG-605also provides switching or back-up f datafromthe optional MG-605YFD Symbol Generator uringthe reversionary d mode. The RI-106S IRCprovides heading andcourseselectinformation through the SG-605to the FZ-500Flight Director Computer.

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The DC-811Display Controllerrovides meansfor controlling p the the displayformats and the intensityf eachED-600 o display.The DC-811 alsocontains the bearing select knobs. In the caseof an ED-600 display failure, composite ttitude/heading a a display format can be displayed n theremaining isplay. o d The switchingf navigationensor o s datato be displayed provided is All m o display electronically. comparisononitoringf critical information donewithinthe EFIS. is Control System 2. E. Flight The Flight Control Systemis comprisedf the followingomponents: o c
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The FZ-500Flight Director processesourseandheading c select, attitude, airdata,DME and radionavigationatato provide d rolljpitchteering s commands fordisplay the ED-600 on EADIand roll,airdata,and glideslopeommands the SP-200 c to Autopilot or automatic ontrol the f c of aircraft surfaces the SM-200 via ServoDrives. Flight director mode selection provided theMS-205 is by ModeSelector andAP and YD engagement, turnknob,and pitchwheelinputs are provided the PC-500 by Autopilot Controller. The RZ-220RollRateMonitor usedto prevent is the occurrence an of excessive ollhardover an autopilotalfunctionesults a r if m r in saturated ervoamplifier uringrolloperation.If the RZ-220 s d detects rollangles greater than40 degrees and rollratesin excess 20 of degrees/see, willcausethe autopiloto disengage. it t

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2. F. PRIMUS@ 650 Weather RadarSystem The PRIMUS@ 650 Digital Weather RadarSystemconsists the following of components: . WU-650Antenna and RCVR/XMTR nit U . WI-650Weather RadarIndicator The PRIMUS@ 650 is an X-Bandradardesigned forweather detection and d stormintensity evelsin b:-ight l colors analysis.The Indicatorisplays contrastedgainst deepblackbackground. a a Areasof heaviest rainfall nextheaviest appearin red,rainfall medium of appearin magenta, intensity ppears a yellow, and areasof weakest rainfall appearin green. the aroun~i these Afterproper evaluation, pilotcan charthis course stormareas. The radarcan alsobe usedforground mapping. In the GMAP mode,prominent andmarks redisplayedhichenables l a w the pilotto h regions, cities, even large or identify coastline,illyor mountainous of structures.In ground mapping mode,videolevels increasing t reflectivity displayed s cyan,yellow, are a andmagenta.Whe~l he PRIMUS@ 650 is operated conjunction in withthe EFIS,radarvideois provided fordisplay the EHSI. on G. MDZ-605 Multifunction Display System(Optiona ) The MDZ-605 Multifunction Display Systemcons sts of the follt)wing components: . MG-605MFD Symbol Generator . MC-800MFD Controller s ED-600Electronicisplay(MFD) D The Multifunction Display System(MFD)presents datato the fight crew thatwillenhance the operation f the aircraft.Thisdata irlcludes o normalandemergency hecklists, c navigationaps,andweatherradar. In m addition, he MFD provides t backup capabilityor the EFISSG-b05Symbol f Generator EFISdisplay and tubefailures. The MG-605SymbolGenerator the focalpointof information is flow in the MDZ-605 System. The symbol generator erforms conversion: p the necessary to interface hismicroprocessor-based t system the sensors the to in aircraft.This information thenprocessed singcomputer is u Techniques to filter, scale,storeand reconvert he information the videoand t to deflection ignals s required control to the electron beamon the ED-600 Electronicisplay. D The MC-800MFD Controllerrovides meansfor pilotselectiot f display p a o modesand formats.

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2. H. FMZ-800 Flight Managementystem(Optional) S The FMZ-800 Flight Managementystem(FMS)consists the following S of components:
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The FMS provides lateral andvertical navigationuidance g for display and Control Display Unit (CDU)provides the coupling the IFCS. The CD-800 to primary meansfor pilotinterfaceiththe systemanddisplays w the selected flight plandata. The NZ-61ONavigationomputer C can interfaceiththreelongrange w sensors, via an ARINC429 bus and two overthe ASCBbus. Each one Navigationomputer alsoconnect dualDME Receivers nd a single C can to a t VORReceiver.The interfaceo the MFD and EFISis overthe Avionics t Standard Communications (ASCB).The interface o the AZ-81ODADCand Bus OZ-800RPU is overan ARINC429 bus. The linkto the CDU is overan RSWithlinksto the on-board navigation 422private-line interface. the C develops FMS position an basedon a sensors, Navigationomputer display blendor mix of the sensors.The FMS doesnot directly the of navigationapson the CDU;however, FMS is the source map data m forothercockpit displays suchas EFISor MFD. Display map datais of achieved the utilization the internal atabaseandASCB 1/0. A by of d largeportion the navigationatabaseis subject updating a 28of d to on DataLoaderis usedfor thispurpose. day interval.The DL-800 The navigationartof the FMSmay be consideredn areanavigation p a purpose to provide is navigation system RNAV. Itsfundamental or information relative o a selected eographically t g located point. Navigationanagementillallowthe pilotto definea routefromthe m w aircraft present position any pointin theworld. The system to will outputadvisory information steering and signals allowhe pilotor to t IFCSto steerthe aircraft alongthe desired route. Routesare defined fromthe aircraft present position a destination to waypoint via a direct greatcirclerouteor via a series greatcircleleg:,onnected y of c b intermediate waypoints.

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Integrated RadioSystem(Optional) 2. I. SRZ-850 The SRZ-850 Integrated RadioSystem consists the following omponents: of c . RNZ-850 Integrated Navigationnit U . RCZ-850 Integrated Communication Unit . ML-850MLS Receiver . RM-850RadioManagementnit U
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. AT-851MLSAntennas per system) (2 The radiosystem provides communication navigationnformation the and i to flight crew. It is a dual system configuration, withsystem No. 1 being thepilots sideand system No. 2 beingthe copilots side. The RNZ-850 Integrated Navigationnitprovides U VHF NAV and PDF receiver The RCZ-850 Integratedommunication C Unit andDME transceiver functions. provides COM transceiver VHF andMODES transponderunction!.. f radioheadset and speaker audioselection nd a Microphoneelection, s volume control are provided the AV-850A by AudioControl Unit. The basicradiocontrol functions re: a . VHF COM modeand channel
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Withthe exception f the audiosignals o andemergency uningcommands, t all dataforthesecontrol functions re transmitted a RadioSystem a via Bus (RSB). Audioswitching ontrol inputby meansof contros on the c is AudioPanelitself.The audiosignals are transmitted fromthe remote unitsto the audiopanelvia a dedicated igital d audiobus. Withtheexception f a DME Indicator, the navigationata s o all d DME indicator s ~rovided ch i wh disDlaved n the EFIS. A seDarate o displa~s distance, roundspeed, the g time-to-station; station and identifier. Basicto the overall system designare cluster modulesin the COM andNAV remoteunits. The cluster moduleis an interfacing element which collects datafromthe RSB,distributes thisdatato the respective functional modules(ADF,DME,etc.)via RCB,and alsocollects datavia RCB fromthe functionalodules be broadcast n the RSB. m to o The RM-850 RMU broadcastsessages m addressed o radiofunctionalodules t m o and receives atafromthe radios d via the RSB. Threemajorfunctionsf the RMU are to outputtuning(channel r frequency) o control data,output operational modecontrol datafor the radios, anddisplay the tuned active channel frequency nd operational or a mode. The RSB is a highspeed(667kHz)multi-userus thatallowsall radios b and control headsto broadcast ataon the bus forthe aurpose tuning d of radiosto thedesired channel frequency or aircraft or f communication and navigation. Threebusesare usedfor redundancyn the eventthatoneor i morebusesbecomeinoperative any reason. for Physically, consists threeseparate RSB of multi-usererialhalfs duplex, digital communications buses. Eachbus is electrically isolated fromtheothers, and all busesareelectrically isolated (transformer coupled) fromthe circuitry inside the unitsinstalledn the bus. Each o bus is terminatedt eachend withan appropriate a termination network as shownin Section Table501,Figure 6, 4-9. The bus is connected a mannerthatone primary in bus servesall of the radios. Two secondary uses, b one foreachside,servetheradios that on sideonly. By connectinghe busesas shown, t onlythreecontrol bus connections through the pressure bulkhead usually are required. The RSB has no bus controllers commandingsersto transmit u data. User componentsnowwhentheyshould k transmit havingsynchronized by themselveso broadcastsn the bus and are continually t o desynchronizing theirclocks validbroadcastsn the bus. A validbroadcast to o is defined a transmission as thathas the correct transmit address andhas occurred a timeslotdefined in for thataddress. Lossof the primary bus onlyeliminateshe cross-sideontrol t c feature. In thateventthe RMUSor control headscan no longertunetheiroff side radios. However, radiofunctions re lost. The radioson bothsides no a are stillfullyfunctionalia theirsecondaryuses. v b

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2. J. LSZ-850 Lightning ensorSystem(Optional) S The LSZ-850 Lightning ensor S Systemconsists the followingomponents: of c . . . . LP-850Lightning ensorProcessor S AT-850/855ntenna A LU-850Lightning ensor S Controller WC-650Weather RadarControllerontainingSS switch(usedin place c L of LU-850)

The Lightning ensorSystem S detects lightning ctivity the region a in aroundthe aircraft within100NM and determineshe rangeand bearing t of plandisplay generatedith is w eachlightning ischarge.A symbol d special symbols, shownin Figure and thesesymbols as 7, are Idisplayed in conjunction withweather radardisplays the EHSIor MFD. on The LU-850or WC-650Controller contains the switch usedfor the selection f the modesof operation. o

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SECTION 2 COMPONENTESCRIPTION D 1. General Thissection provides illustration, an leading particulars, brief a description, a blockdiagram schematicf eachcomponent sedin the and or o u is componentsistedin l System. The information onlyforthe specific Section Table1. Whena componenticture 1, p utilizes callouts, he t descriptionor eachcallout presentedithupperleft-hand allout f is w c described firstandproceedinglockwisenlessit is a minoritemgrouped c u witha majorcallout. The components re separated ntothe followingroupsor subsystems: a i g Subsvstem Attitude and Heading Referenceystem S ADZ-241and Optional DZ-81O A Air DataSystem Optional AA-300RadioAltimeterystem S Electromechanical FlightInstruments EDZ-605 ElectroniclightInstrument F Systemand Optional MDZ-605 Multifunction Display System FlightControl System PRIMUS@ 650 Weather RadarSystem Optional FMZ-800 Flight Management System Optional SRZ-850 Integrated RadioSystem Optional LSZ-850 Lightningensor S System Paraqra~h 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

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andHeadinq Reference ystemand RateGvro S 2. Attitude Gyro (SeeFigures 2-1 and 2-2,and Table2-l.) A. VG-14AVertical The Gyroprovides three-wire ynchro s outputs thatare electricalnalogs a is of the aircraft Ditchand rollattitudes.Pitchqimbalfreedom t80 degrees and rollimbalfreedom unlimited. g is

VG-14AVertical Gyro Figure 2-1 Dimensions: mm) Length......................................... 9.38in. (238.3 6.75in. (171.5 mm) Width.......................................... mm) Height......................................... 6.19in. (157.2 . Weight(maximum)...................................... 7.3 lb (3.3kg) PowerRequirements: .................... 115V, 400 Hz, 80 VA startand 40 VA run Primary MatingConnector: lJ1 ................................................. MS3126F22-55SY Mounting .................................................... HardMount VG-14AVertical Gyro Leading Particulars Table2-1

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2. B. C-14DDirectional Gyro (SeeFigures 2-3and 2-4,andTable2-?.) The C-14DDirectional Gyroprovides three-wireynchro s heading information the ED-600EHSI,copilotsD-450 to R HSI,and the Autopilot. In addition, remotely a mounted AUTO/MAN switchcontrols compass slaved or nonslaved odesof operation.A remotely ounted m m slewswitch(LH/RH) is usedto aligngyroheading caseof lossof the slaving in amplifier. A powersupply/static inverter,hichoperates w off the aircraft volts 28 dc power,is housedin the baseof thegyro. The staticinverter provides outputs 115volts,400 Hz and 26 volts,400 Hz. of

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(maximum) : Dimensions

Length......................................... Width.......................................... Height......................................... Height(shock mountsextended) .................

9.03in. (229.4 mm) 6.25 in. (158.8 mm) 7.22in. (183.4 mm) 7.50in. (190.5 mm)

................................. 6.7 lb (3.04kg) Weight(approximate) PowerRequirements: primary ............................................... 28f3Vdc Starting ................................................... $~~~ ...................................................... Running GimbalFreedom: Vertical (Azimuth)........................................ 360 deg Horizontal Pitch ( and Roll ................................ ~85 deg ) Slavedaccuracy ............................................. *2 deg Gyrofreedrift(exclusive earthrate)............... *24 deg/hr of ........................... 2.5 to 5.0 deg/min Slaving rate (normal) Slewrate (automatic fastor manual).................... 30 deg/min ......................................... MS3126F20-41S MatingConnector. Mounting .................................................... HardMount C-14DDirectional GyroLeading Particulars Table2-2

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2. c. CS-412DualRemoteCompensatorSeeFigures ( 2-5 and 2-6,and Table2-3.) The DualRemoteCompensator compensates fluxvalveby inserting mall the s dc voltages cancelthe errorscausedby magnetic to disturbarlces.

CS-412DualRemoteCompensator Figure2-5

Dimensions (maximum): Length......................................... 5.62in. [142.7 mm) Width........................................... 2.56in. (65.0 mm) Height.......................................... 2.99in. (75.9 mm) Weight(maximum) ....................................... l.Olb (0.45kg) Powerrequirements ................................. 26V, 400Hz, 2.5VA MatingConnectors: J1 .................................................. MS3126F14-19SX J2 .................................................. MS3126F14-19SY CS-412DualRemote Compensatoreading L Particulars Table2-3

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2. D. FX-220Flux

Valve (See Figures 2-7 and 2-8, and Table 2-4.)

The fluxvalvedetects the magnitude nd direction f the earths a o magnetic fieldandconverts to electrical nformation it i which is used
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Dimensions (maximum): mm) Bowldiameter ................................. 3.58 in. (90.93 Mounting flange diameter ....................... 4.80 in. (121.9 mm)
Height .......................................... 2.88 in. (73.15 mm) (0.68 kg)

Weight(maximum)...................................... 1.5 lb .
Power requirements . Mounting ........................... ........................ 26.0f O.05V,

400Hz, 1.lVA single-phase

Nonmagnetic machine screws, 6-40 by 3/8 in. roundhead,PartNo. 319011

FX-220 FluxValveLeading Particulars Table2-4

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2-9 and 2-10,and Table2-5.) 2. E. RG-204RateGyro (SeeFigures to The RateGyror)rovidesrate-of-turn a siqnal the EADIproportional to the rateo; angular displacement abouta~ axisperpendicularto the mounting surface.

RG-204 RateGyro Figure 2-9

Dimensions (maximum): Length .........................................


Width Height .......................................... ..........................................

3.32in. (84.3 mm)


2.04 in. (51.8 mm) 1.82 in. (46.2 mm)

Weight................................................. 1.0 lb (0.45kg) MotorPowerRequirements Excitation 400Hz) ........................................ 26 V ac ( ............................................. 6.5 VA Power (running) Runuptime (maximum)........................................ 90 sec . Phase........................................................ Single Sense,polarity
Mating Connector Mounting (input axis down, cw rate) (rate viewed from top) ......................... .......................................... Positive

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3. ADZ-241 and ODtional ADZ-81O Air DataSystem A. AZ-241Air DataComputer (SeeFigures 3-1 and 3-2,andTable3-l.) The Air DataComputer (ADC)receives inputs static of pressure pitot and pressure whichit utilizes produce to electricalutputsignals o for air
data displays, altitude transponder, flight control system. flight director, and the automatic

AZ-241 Air DataComputer Figure 3-1

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Dimensions maximum): ( mm) Length......................................... 15.19 n. (385.8 mm) Width............................................ 3.59 in. (91.3 mm) Height.......................................... 7.63 n. (193.7 O . Weight(maximum)..................................... 10. lb (4.54kg) ................................. 115 V, 400 Hz, 40 VA PowerRequirements MatingConnector: J1 ............................................... DPXBMA-67-33S-O068
Pneumatic Connectors: Pitot (straight) ........................ Static (straight) ....................... MS24393-4 and Nut MS24400-4 MS24393-6 and Nut MS24400-6

Pitot(90)............................. MS24394-4and Nut MS24400-4 a Static(90)............................ MS24394-6 nd Nut MS24400-6 Mounting ............................ Tray,BarryPartNo. 404A-38-S-DPXB AZ-241 Air DataComputer Leading Particulars Table3-1

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3. B. BA-141Barometricltitude A Indicator SeeFigures ( 3-3 and 3-4,andTable 3-2.)
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6.65in. (168.9 mm) 3.28in. (83.3 mm) mmj Height............................................ 3.28in. (83.3

Weight(maximum)....................................... 2.8 lb (1.27kg) . PowerRequirements:


Primary ........................................... 26V, 400Hz, 4VA Alt Alert .................................................... 28 V dc Lighting ................................................ 5Vacordc Mating Connector:

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provides servoed a counter drum/pointer The Barometricltitude A Indicator pressure altitude.The Indicator display barometrically of correct provides the followingisplays: d 3. B. (1) Altitude AlertAnnunciator The liqht illuminates to ctrovide a visualindication whenthe aircraft-is within1000feetof the preselected altitude, extinguishes the aircraft is within and when
250 feet of the preselected altitude. After capture, the light will departs morethan250 feetfromthe illuminate if the aircraft

selected altitude willextinguishf the aircraft and i departs greater than1000feetfromthe preselected altitude. (2) Failure Warning Flag- The failure warning flagcomesintoviewwhen the errorbetween the altitude displayed nd the altitude a signal received too great,the ADC goesinvalid, r the Barometric is o Altitude Indicatorosesprimary l power. (3) Altitude Counter The four-drumounter c displays altitude fromO to 50,000feet. A negative (NEG) altitude shutter obscures the 10,000 and 1000 digits of the counter to annunciate altitudes belowsea 1evel The Oposition the ten-thousands is blackand . on drum whitecrosshatcho alertthe pilotto altitudesf lessthan10,000 t o feet. (4) BAROSet Knoband BAROCounters The barometric counters, by set meansof the BAROknob,display barometric pressure inches in of mercury andmillibars.Setting the BAROknobprovides BARO correction,to air datacomputer. the (5) Pointer The pointer displays altitudesetween b 1000-foot evels l on a scalewithmajorindices every100feetandminorindices every20 feet.

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(SeeFigures 3-5 and3-6,and Table3-3.) 3. c. VN-212VNAVComputer/Controller


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mm) Length.......................................... 10.53in. (267.5 mm) Width............................................ 3.37in. (85.6 mm) Height........................................... 1.65in. (41.9 Weight(maximum) ....................................... 2.51b (1.14kg) PowerRequirements: Primary........................................ 115V, 400 Hz, 16 VA Lighting ......................................... 5Vacordc,2VA MatingConnector: J1 ................................................. JT06RE16-35S(SR) ................................. Clamp,MSP Inc,PartNo. 64321 Mounting VN-212VNAVComputer/Controller Leading Particulars Table3-3 The VNAVComputer/Controller (VNCC) provides data insertionsnddisplays a for altitude alerting, ltitude a preselect,nd VNAVmode. a Altitude selected placing is by the selector switchto ALT and slewing to the desired value,and the ALT SEL button selected on the ModeSelector the VNAV computation will initiate altitude preselect.To utilize elevation,o-from t capability of the VNCC,the pilotmust setthe station distance, go to the VANG position after selecting the desired and
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3. D. AZ-81ODigital Air DataComputer (SeeFigures 3-7 and 3-8,and Table3-4.)
NOTE

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Dimensions maximum): ( mm) Length......................................... 15.76in. (400.3 mm) Width............................................ 3.59 in. (91.2 Height......................................... 7.62 in. (193.5 mm) Weight(maximum)...................................... 10.01b(4.6 kg) . PowerRequirements .................................. 28Vdc, l.lAMax 26 V ac Ref, 60 mA MatingConnector: O6P-33B-OOO1 J1 ....................................... DPX2MA-A106P-A1 MatingPneumaticonnectors: C Pitot(straight)....................................... 40007-1B24* . . Static(straight)...................................... 40007-1A26* Pitot(90elbow) ...................................... 40007-1B24E*
Static (90 elbow) ..................................... 40007-1A26E*

*Allpartnumbers areAmerican SafetyFlight Systems. -38-Sl/DPX2-O Mounting ........................ Tray,BarryPartNo. 404A AZ-81ODigital Air DataComputer Leading Particulars Table3-4 The AZ-81ODigital Air DataComputer (DADC) a microprocessor based is digital computer which accepts both digital and analog inputs, performs It digital computations, and supplies both digital and analog outputs. receives pitot-static pressures nd totalairtemperaturenputs a i for The airdataequations re a computing he standard t airdatafunctions. solved directly usinga 16/32-bitrithmetic a microprocessor underthe T control an 8-bitgeneral of purpose microprocessor.he DADCprovides outputs for driving the BaroAltitude Indicator, transponder, flight a a recorder, light f director, nd autopilot,s well as other elements of the flight control system. It also provides the computation for the VN-800VNAVControl/Display.

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(SeeFigures 3-9 and3-10,and Table-5.) 3 3. E. VN-800VNAVControl/Display

VN-800 VNAVControl/Display Figure 3-9

Dimensions

(maximum):

Length........................................ 8.316 in. (211.23mm) mm) Width.......................................... 3.275in. (83.19 mm) Height......................................... 1.537in. (3$1.04 Weight(maximum)....................................... 1.3 lb (0.6kg) . PowerRequirements: Primary ............................................... 28V dC, 5 W Lighting ........................................... 28Vdc, 3.OVA MatingConnector: J1 ...................................................... MS24308/2-4 Mounting ................................. Clamp, MSP Inc,Part VN-800VNAVControl/Display Leading Particulars Table3-5 The VNAVControl/Display provides displays for Computer.
altitude alerting, altitude preselect, and vertical navigation (VNAV) mode. The in computations for eachof thesemodesare performed the AZ-810Air Data No 64321

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Altitude selected placing is by the selector switch AI.T to SEL and selected the Mode on slewing to the desired value, and the ALT SEL button altitude preselect. utilize To the VNAV Selector will initiate computation capabilityf the unit,the pilotmustset the station o elevation,o-from t distance, andgo to theVANG position after selecting
the desired waypoint altitude.

The WPT switchprovides meansfor selectinghewaypoint be a t to t)roarammed disDlaYed.The PROFILE switch uroyides meansfor or a waypoints a multi-leg escent for d or ;tr;nging toge he; tie two selected
ascent with no level off between waypoints.

The display 1 indicate wi two seconds or if the air

for dashes if poweris interrupted more than data computer is not valid.

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4. Or)tional AA-300RadioAltimeter System RT-300RadioAltimeter Receiver/Transmitter (SeeFigures 4-1 Table 4-2,

RT-300RadioAltimeter Receiver/Transmitter Figure 4-1

Dimensions

(maximum):

Length ......................................... 11.07 in. (Z~l.Zmm) Width ........................................... 4.56 in. (115.8 mm) Height .......................................... 4.09 in. (104.0 mm) Weight (maximum) ....................................... 4.51b(~.05 kg)

PowerRequirements ..

. . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. . . . . .

28 V dc, 0.7A

sties(nominal): Transmitter character Type ............ ............................ ShortPulseModu ation ................................................ 4.3 GHz RF freauenc.y Peakpower. ...................................................... 5W
Receiver characteristics (nominal):

Type ................................................ Superheterodyne IF frequency ................................................. 60 MHz RT-300RadioAltimeter Receiver/Transmitter Leading Particulars Table4-1

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Operational Altitude ............................................. O-2500ft DataOutputs/Accuracy: voltag~ - 2500ft) (O Precision utput...................... DC analog O . Gradient:-4.0mV dc/ft
O alt = O volt Accuracy:

o - 100ft, *3 ft 100 - 500 ft, i3% 500 - 2500ft,t4%

Auxiliary Output ..............

DC analogvoltage - 50tl (O ft) 552, Gradient:PerARINCcharacteristic ALT = (0.02h 0.4)Vdc for + altitudes elow480 ft & b (10+ 101.n + 20)Vdc h 500 a for alt t,udesbove 480 ft Accuracy: o - 100 ft, 100 - 500 ft, 500 - 2500ft
below trip points indicated below:

sinkprovided and at Altitude Trips ................ 100mA current Tri~Point 50 ft 250 ft 500 ft 1200ft Accuracy t4ft ~lo ft *2O ft ~60 ft

MatingConnectors: J1 ................................................... MS3126F16-26S ....................................... GRFF4007-0002 J2 - TRANSMIT (GRFFConnectors, GRFF Division, Solitron Devices, Inc) J3 - RECEIVE........................................ GFIFF 4007-0002 .................................................... HardMount Mounting RT-300RadioAltimeter eceiver/Transmitter R Leading Particulars Table4-1 (cent) The RadioAltimeter Receiver/Transmitter provides dc output a voltage whichis proportional the aircraft to absolute altitude aboveterrain. In addition, provides it radioaltitude trippoints, indicatorarning an w flagoutput, and an auxiliary adioaltitude r output.
The precision output is

usedto drivethe EADIRADALT display.The auxiliary utputsupplies o absolute altitude information the flight to director system.

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4. B. AT-223RadioAltimeterntenna(SeeFigure A 4-3 and Table4-2.) One AT-223antenna is usedto receive information from the RT-300and information the RT-300. to another usedto transmit is

AD-18382

AT-223RadioAltimeter ntenna A Figure 4-3

Dimensions

(maximum): (153.7 mm) 2.89 in. (73.4 mm)

Width .......................................... 6.05 ir.


Height .........................................

. Weight(maximum)...................................... 0.81b (0.36kg)


Power Requirements Mating Connector: .......................... 10 Wpeakmax, lW average

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5. Electromechanical FliqhtInstruments (SeeFigures 5-1 and A. RD-450Horizontalituation S Indicator Copilots 5-2,andTable5-l.)

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Length .......................................... 7.00 in. (177.8 mm) mm) Width........................................... 4.07in. (103.4 Height.......................................... 4.07irl. (103.4 mm)

Weight(maximum)...................................... 3.81b (1.72kg) . PowerRequirements: Primary ...................................... 26 V, 400 Iiz, 1.4VA ...................................... 5 V ac ordc, 1.2VA . Lighting MatingConnectors: J1 ................................................... MS3126F22-55S J1 ................................................... MS3126F18-32S Mounting ................................ Clamp,MSP Inc,PartNo. 64391 RD-450 Horizontalituation S Indicator Leading Particulars Table5-1 The RD-450 SeriesHSI combines numerous displays prov-de map-like to a d aircraft display the aircraft of position.The indicatorisplays localizer,ndglic~eslope a beam. displacement relative VOR radials, to The indicator rovides p the followingisplays: d 5. A. (1) Heading Dialand ForeandAft LubberLine- Gyrostabilized magnetic compass information displayed n the heading is o dia~,whichrotates withthe aircraft throughout60 degrees.The azimuth 3 ringis graduated 5-degree in increments. Fixedheading marksare at the foreand aft lubberlinepositions nd at 45-degree earings. a b Bug and Heading Select Knob - The notched orangeheading bug (2) Heading is positionedn the rotating o heading dialby the heading knobto selectand display preselected compass heading.The bug rotates withthe heading dialso thedifferenceetween b the bug and the fore lubberlineindexis the amount heading of errorapplied the to flight director computer. Warning Flag- The HDG flagis in viewwhenthe heading (3) Heading signalfromthe directional gyrobecomes invalid, primary powerto the Indicator s lost,or the errorbetween i the heading displayed and the heading signalreceived exceeds specific a threshold. Warning Flag- The VERTflagis in viewwhunthe glideslope (4) Vertical validsignalis lost.

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5. A. (5) Vertical Deviation Pointer The vertical deviation ointer p displays GS deviation.For glideslopeperation,he pointer in viewonly o t is whenthe NAV is tunedto a localizer requency. f The aircraft is
below glidepath if the pointer is displaced upward, and each dot represents 75 microamps of glideslope displacement.

(6) TO-FROM Pointer The pointer consists two flags,180 degrees of apart. One alwayspoints thedirection o the station t alongthe selected VOR radial. (7) ReciprocaloursePointer The pointer C indicates 80degrees 1 from the courseselectpointer indication. (8) CourseSelectKnob andCourse SelectPointer The yellowcourse pointer positionedn the rotating is o heading dialby the course knobto select magnetic a bearing thatcoincidesiththe desired w VOR radialor localizer ourse. Likethe heading c bug,the course pointer alsorotates withthe rotating heading dialto provide a continuouseadout course r of errorto the flight director computer. (9) Compass SyncAnnunciator The annunciator consists the symbol. of or + (dotor cross)displayed n a window. Whenthe compass i system is in the slaved modeand synchronized, display the will slowly oscillate etween b the q and+, indicatinghatthe rotating t heading dial is synchronized withthegyrostabilized magnetic heading. (lo) Aircraft Symbol- A fixedminiature ircraft a symbol corresponds to the longitudinal axisof the aircraft lubberlinemarkings.The and symbolshowsaircraft position heading and withrespect the to rotating heading dial. It alsoshowsthe aircraft position in relation a radiocourse. to (11) Navigationarning W Flag- The NAV flagis in viewwhenthe navigationalidsignalis lost. v (12) Course Deviation Bar - the barrepresentshe centerlinef the t o selected VOR or localizer ourse. The aircraft c symbolshows pictorially actualaircraft position relation thisselected in to course. In VOR operation, eachdot on eithersideof the aircraft symbol represents-degree 5 deviation romcenterline 75microamps). f ( In ILS operation, each dot represents-1/4-degree l deviation from
centerline (75 microamps).

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6. EDZ-605 ElectronicliqhtInstrument F Svstemand ODtional MDZ-605 Multifunction Dis~lav Svstem A. ED-600Electronicisplay D


The ED-600 is a standard 4.6 x 5 inch display that uses a high resolution CRT to display ADI and HSI information. A single EDZ-605 systemis

comprised f two ED-600Electronicisplays o D thatare identical nd a interchangeable, except when used as an ADI an inclinometer attached is Particulars the ED-600are listedin Table6-1. of to the bezel. Leading Paragraph .B.describes he display 6 t features the ED-600 of whenusedas 6 an ADI and paragraph 6.C. described HSI features.Paragraph.D. describes he composite isplay t d for the EDZ-605 EFIS,Paragraph .E. 6 describes FD features, nd Paragraph .F.describes functional M a 6 the operation f the ED-600. o

Dimensions

(maximum):

mm) 10.50 in. (266.70 5.070in. (127.78 mm) Width......................................... mm) Height........................................ 4.695in. (119.25
Length ........................................

. Weight(maximum)...................................... 9.1 lb
Power Requirements:

(4.14 kg)

Primary .......................................... 28 V dc, 65 Wmax .................................... 5 V ac or dc, 1.2Wmax Lighting 28 V dc, 1.2W max Mating Connector: J1 ................................................... MS27473E20B35S
with strain relief MS27506-B20-2

PartNo. 7000066-5 Mounting ............................ Clamp,Honeywell or MSP PartNo. 64483-103 ED-600Electronicisplay D Leading Particulars Table6-1

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6. B. ED-600 Used

As an Electronic Attitude Director Indicator (EADI)

The EADIcombines the familiar truesphere-type attitude display with lateral and vertical computed steering signals provide to the pilot commands required intercept ndmaintain desired to a a flight path. The EADIprovides the following isplay d information:
q q q

b q q q b q
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Vertical Navigation, Glideslope, Elevation eviation or D Expanded Localizer r Azimuth o Deviation RadioAltitude - RisingRunway - Digital Decision Height Air DataCommand FD ModeAnnunciators MarkerBeacon Annunciation Rateof Turn SpeedCommand Attitude Source

The following iscussion s separated ntothreeparts. Paragraph d i i 6.B.(1) describes EADIdisplays the and annunciators withreferenceo t Figure 6-1;paragraph .B.(2) 6 describes he ambercaution t and failure annunciations withreference o Figure t 6-2;and paragraph 6.B.(3) describes he red failure t annunciations withreference o Figure t 6-3 or 6-4. (1) ED-600EADIDisplays andAnnunciators (SeeFigure6-1. ) (a) Attitude Sphere- The
sphere moves with respect to symbolic aircraft reference to display actual pitch and roll attitude. increments. Pitch attitude marks are in 5-degree

(b) Attitude SourceAnnunciator The selected attitude source

is not annunciated if it is the normal source for that indicator. As other attitude sources are selected, they are annunciated in whiteat the top left side of the EADI. When the pilot and are the same,the annunciation amber. is copilot sources However, when the Citation V has onlyone attitude source, source annunciations. there willnot be any attitude

(c) RollAttitude Pointer and Scale- The pointer displays actual rollattitude when aligned withthe fixedinde,~ referencearks m at O, 10,20, 30, 45, and 60 degrees the rollscale. on

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6. B. (1) (d) FlightDirector ModeAnnunciators Flight director vertical and lateral modes are annunciated along the top of the EADI. Armedvertical lateral and modes are annunciated in whiteto the leftof the captured vertical lateral and mode aredisplayed in Captured modeannunciators annunciators.
green and are located to the left of top center for lateral modes. As modes and in the upper right corner for vertical

the

modestransitions specifiedelow, whitebox is drawn a b a aroundthecapture holdmodeannunciator 5 seconds. or for Lateral Transitions NAV ARM to NAV CAP LOCARM to LOC CAP BC ARM to BC CAP VAPPARMto VAPPCAP AZ ARM to AZ CAP Vertical Transitions VNAVARM to VNAVCAP VNAVCAP to ALT VNAVCAP to IAS ASELARM to ASELCAP ASELCAP to ALT ASELARM to ALT GS ARM to GS CAP GPARM to GP CAP

(e) Glideslope, Vertical NavigationVNAV), Glidepatheviation ( or D Pointer The glideslopeointer p and scaleare in viewwhen tunedto an ILSfrequency o display t aircraft deviation rom f is i glideslopeeamcenter. Aircraft belowglidepath f pointer b dot 0.35 is displaced pward. Eachglideslope represents u degree(75-microamp) displacement fromthe beamcent~?rline. If the VNAVmode is selected,he pointer t indicateshe VNAV t computed pathcenter whichthe aircraft to be flown. If to is MLS is selected,he pointer t wouldindicate eviation romthe d f selected glidepath ngle. a The letter or V is annunciated G, inside the pointer to indicate typeof information the beingdisplayed.If the scale indicationecomes b saturated,he scalepointer t willgo out of viewbut the letter or V willremainin viewat themaximum G deflectionosition the scale. As the signal p of comesout of saturation, pointer the willpickup the letter and carryit insidethe pointer it movesaboutthe scale. as serves a stationary as (f) Aircraft Symbol- The symbol representation the aircraft.Aircraft of pitchand roll attitudes redisplayed y the relationship a b between the fixed miniature aircraft the movable and sphere. Theminiature aircraft flownto alignthe command is cue to the aircraft symbolin orderto satisfy the commands the selected of flight director mode.

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6. B. (1) (g) MarkerBeacon- Markerbeaconinformation displayed the is on are sideof the EADIbelowthe glideslopecale. The markers s of the specifiedolorof blueforouter,amberfor middleand c whitefor innermarker. A whitebox identifieshe location t of the markerbeacon annunciation aftertuningto a localizer. (h) Autopilot Engage Annunciator A greenAP ENG is annunciated whenever the autopilot s engaged. i (i) RadioAltitude Display The four-digit displayindicateshe t aircraftsadioaltitude r from-20to 2500feet. The resolutionbove200 feetof altitude 10 feet;below200 a is feet,the resolutions 5 feet. The displayis blanked i for altitudesreater g than2000or 2500feet,depending the on Whenthe radio outputcapabilities the radioaltimeter. of altitude datais invalid, display the indicates dashin each a of the digits.

(j)

RisingRunway- For addedbackup duringthe critical approach phaseof flight, absolute referencebovethe terrain a is displayed elow200 feetby the rising b runway. The rising runwayappears 200 feetandmovestowardthe miniature at aircraft symbol the aircraft as descends towardthe runway, contactinghe bottom the symbolic t of aircraft touchdown. at If the radioaltitude invalid, he risingrunwayis out of is t view.

(k) InclinometerThe inclinometer givesthe pilota conventional display aircraft on slipor skid,and is usedas an aid to coordinated maneuvers.A meansforleveling the inclinometer is provided.Levelinclinometer accordanceithprocedure in w in Section 8. (1) Expanded Localizerr Azimuth o Pointer Expanded localizer s i displayed the localizerointer by p whenever validlocalizer a signalis available.Raw localizerisplacement d datafromthe navigationeceiver amplifiedpproximately r is a 7-1/2timesto permitthe localizerointer be usedas a sensitive p to reference ndicatorf the aircraftsosition i o p withrespect to the centerof the localizer.It is normally usedfor assessmentnly. Duringfinalapproach,he pointer o t servesas an indicatorf the Category window. When tunedto other o II thanan ILSfrequency, expanded the localizer isplay d is replaced the rate-of-turn by display.WhenMLS is selected, the expanded localizerointer p displays deviation fromthe selected azimuth angle.

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6. B. (1) (m) Rate-Of-Turn Display
- When tuned to other than an ILS frequency, the rate-of-turn is displayed by a pointer and scale The rate-ofat the same location as the expanded localizer. turn of the aircraft is indicated by the position of the left pointer against scale indices. The marksat the extreme

and rightsidesof the scalerepresent standard a rateof turn (2-minuter 3-degree o per second turn rate). heightis displayed y a b (n) Decision Height Display Decision threedigitdisplay.The setrangeis from10 to 990 feetin The DH display may be removed setting b.y 10 footincrements. fullcounterclockwise rotation the set knob. Whenat or of belowdecision height, amberDH willappearinside an thewhite box adjacent radioaltitude. to a director air (o) Air DataCommand Display Whenselecting flight datacommand function (verticalpeedor indicated irspeed) s a andwiththe autopilot ngaged, e the command referenceill w The autopilot itchwheelmay p appearin the lowerleftcorner. be usedto change the air datacommand reference.Forother vertical modes, the air datacommand display willbe removed.
(P)

indicateselative r approach Fast/SlowPointerThe pointer airspeed provided the angleof attacksystem. The pointer by deflects towardF whenthe aircraft flyingat morethan is is programmedpeed. The opposite truewhenthe pointer s deflects toward S. computed steering Pitchand RollCommand Cue - The cue displays commands capture to and maintain desired a flightpath. Always fly the symbolic iniature m aircraft the flight to director cue. The cue is biased out-of-view an invalid if condition ccursin o the flight director pitchor rollchannel.

(q)

(r) Airspeed Display -Indicated Airspeed (IAS)is displayed n a o rolling digitreadout between and 600 knotswith I knot 80 resolution.

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I
LATERAL I

LE!!UI-%KP-I
ATTITUDE SPHERE ROLL ATTITUDE POINTER \ \ ROLL SCALE \ FLIGHT DIRECTOR MODE ANNUNCIATORS (NOTE 3) / VAPP VOR LOC BC LNAV AZ HDG VNAV ASEL GS GP VERTICAL CAPTURE (GREEN)

PITCHAND ROLL COMMAND CUE (NOTE2)

\ ?T!!ii+ 1=
HD s m AOA F _ 0 o lo 20 20 lo 10 20 o : o a o q0 I H AP ENG 14 RA 7
.AIRCRAFT SYMBOL ,MARKER BEACON AUTOPILOT ENGAGE ANNUNCIATOR VNAV, GLIDESLOPE, OR GLIDEPATH DEVIATION POINTER

GP LATERAL ARM (WHITE) t VAPP .-..--u-

VNAV

BC
vOR

AZ
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F 1 AIRSPEED= DISPLAY (NOTE4) !

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10

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DEVIATION V FOR VNAV DEVIATION G FOR GP DEVIATION

E[3

450 KTS

I MARKER

BEACON

D$G~y\ DECISION EXPANDED LOCALIZER HEIGHT DISPLAY OR AZIMUTH POINTER (NOTE1)

+ INCLINOMETER RISING RUNWAY

RADIO ALTITUDE DISPLAY

PsI1

DECISION HEIGHT (AMBER)

NOTES: 1. WHEN NOT TUNED TO AN ILS FREQUENCY,THE RATE OF TURN POINTER AND SCALE IS PRESENT INPLACEOF THE EXPANDED LOCALIZER POINTER. WHEN MLS ISSELECTED, THE EXPANDED LOCALIZER POINTERDISPLAYS AZIMUTH DEVIATION. 2. THE CUE CAN BE CHANGED TO CROSS POINTERSBY APPLYING A GROUND TO 115J17. 3. A WHITEBOX ISDRAWN AROUND THE MODE ANNUNCIATORFOR 5 SECONDS WHEN AN AUTOMATICMODE TRANSITION OCCURS. THIS CASE ASEL ARM TO ALT.) (IN 4 THE AIRSPEED DISPLAY IS ONLY AVAILABLE WHEN USINGTHE AZ-81 DADC.ITISCURRENTLY A NON-APPROVED OPTION. O

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6. B. (2) ED-600EADIAmberCaution and Failure Annunciations . . Figure- 6-Z). (See(a) Flight Director Failure An
amber FD FAIL warning is displayed at the top left of the EADI in the event of a flight director failure. Also, the flight director cue and all FD mode annunciators areremoved.Duringself-test,f the FD mode i annunciator testis valid, the word TEST is annunciated in magenta the samelocation FD FAIL. at as Excessive Deviation - Excessive glideslope/glidepath or localizer/azimuth deviation is indicated by changing the respective deviation scales and pointers to amber.

(b)

Advisory If automatic F Control SystemSource (c) Automatic light are flight control system switch discretes not properly an warning received duringEFISsource switching, amber AFCS? will be displayed. (d) Flight Management System Message(FMSMSG)- An amberwarning message alertthe pilotthatan FMSmessage displayed n to is o the CD-800 Control Display Unit. (e) TouchControl Steering TouchControl Steering mode is indicatedy an amberTCS ENG. b (f) RadioAltitude Failure In the eventof a failure the radio of altimeter,mberdashes a willreplace the numerical aluesand v the rising runway willbe removed fromthedisplay, present. if Height Warning Whenthe radioaltitude within100 is (9) Decision feetof the decision height, whiteboxwillappearto the a leftof the radioaltitude isplay.Whenat the decision d height, amberDH willappearinside an thewhitebox. HeightFailure In the eventof an openDH (h),Decision potentiometer, duringself-test,mberdasheswillreplace or a the numericalalues thedecision v of height display. (i) Air DataCommand Failure In the eventof an air datacomputer failure, amberdashes willreplace the numerical alueof the v specific airdatacommand displayed. Display Failure In the eventof an AZ-81O Air Data (j) Airspeed Computer failure, display replaced the is withamberdashes. (k) SG Backup Annunciator An amberMG is displayed the top at leftof the EADIsphere whenthe SG backup mode is selected and the MG-605 MFD Symbol Generator beingusedin placeof a is failed SG-605 Symbol Generator.

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6. B. (3) ED-600 EADIRed Failure Annunciations (SeeFigures 6-3 and 6-4. ) (a) Attitude Failure In the eventof a failure the attitude of display, the pitchscaleand rollpointer will be removed, the sphere will be painted blue, and a redATT FAILwillbe displayed the middle of the sphere upper half. in (b) G1ideslope, a failure any of thesesystems, of the pointer removed is and a G red X is drawnthrough the scale. The letter or V remains at the zerodeviation position identify to the invalid information. (c) Internal ailure In the eventof an internal F failure within the display systemitself, the display willbe blank A failure the symbol of generator input/output processor illbe w indicatedy a red Xcentered the display, b on with annunciation SGFAIL.
VNAV or G1 idepath, Expanded Local izer or Azimuth, Fast/Slow Command and Rate-of-Turn failures - In the eventof

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FD FAIL (AMBER) /

SGBACKUP ANNUNCIATOR (WITH MFD \ ONLY)


FD FAIL AOA FG ~ 20 10 lo 20

o & 0
;

fi~
AIRSPEED DISPLAY FAILURE(AMBER DASHES) AIR DATA COMMAND FAILURE (AMBER DASHES)-

0 --, /zi\ s

4 (5 , lo 20 20/i H FMs MsG 10

CMD ---KTS
--DH

---RA 1 %RADIO ALTITUDE FAILURE (AMBER DASHES) DE&SION HEIGHT WARNING (AMBER)

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HEIGHT FAILURE (AMBER DASHES) ~~>

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,ATTFAIL ANNUNCIATOR (RED)

FAST/SLOW FAILURE (RED)

AOA

/ffi;;&YLFllEpATH FAILURE (RED)

NOTE:

RATE OF TURN FAILURE IS SIMILAR.

EXPANDED LOCALIZER OR AZIMUTH FAILURE (RED) (NOTE)

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ED-600EADICaution and Failure Annunciations (Red] Figure 6-3


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AO-5276

ED-600Internal

System Failure (Red) Figure 6-4

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6. C. ED-600 UsedAs An Electronic Horizontalituation S Indicator EHSI) (
The EHSI combines numerous displays to provide a map-like display of the d aircraft displacement relative aircraft position. The Indicatorisplays

to VOR radials, localizer,ndglideslopeeam. At powerup, the EHSI a b presents fullcompass a display.By pressing the DC-811FULL~ARC MAP or button, the fullcompass display changed a partial is to compass format. Also,if weather radarreturns are desired, pressing WX button the the on DC-811changes the fullcompass display a partial to compass displaying weather radarreturns.The EHSI,provides following ulland partial the f compass display information: FullCom~ass Displays
q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q

Heading CourseSelect Courseor Azimuth Deviation Distance Groundspeed To/From Desired Track Bearing and 2 1 Heading Select Vertical, lideslope, Glidepath eviation G or D Time-To-Go Elapsed Time Heading and NAV Source Annunciators Compass Sync Variable GainAnnunciator Weather RadarModeandTiltAngleAnnunciator FMSApproach Message

partial Comc)ass Displays only . . . . Weather Radar WindVector Navigationap (Range M annunciation waypoints) and Multiple Waypoints

The followingiscussions separated d i intofourparts. Paragraph.C.(1) 6 describes he EHSIdisplays annunciators t and withreference c Figure t 6-5;paragraph .C.(2) 6 describes he ambercaution t and failure annunciations withreferenceo Figure t 6-6;paragraph .C.(3) 6 describes the red failure annunciations withreference o Figure t 6-7;paragraph 6.C.(4) describes he display t features the partial of compass display withreference o Figure t 6-8;paragraph .C.(5) 6 describes he longrange t navigation modewithreference o Figure6-9,and paragraph.C.(6) map t 6 describes he shortrangenavigationap modewithreference o Figure t m t 6-10.

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6. C. (1) ED-600EHSIDisplays andAnnunciators (SeeFigure6-5. ) (a) CourseSelect/Desired TrackDisplay A digital readout in degrees the course indicated by the courseselect of pointer. If longrangenavigations selected,esired i d track(DTRK) is
displayed.

(b)

Drift Angle Bug

(INSonly) - The driftanglebugwithrespect to the lubber linerepresentsriftangleleftor rightof the d desired track. The driftanglebugwithrespect the compass to cardrepresentsircraft a actual track. The bug is displayed s a a green triangle which moves around the outsicle of the compass

card (either partial or full).

t (c) FMSApproach Message A blueAPP indicates hatthe FMS is in the approach mode. (d) Heading Source Annunciator The current heading sourceis displayed whitewhenthe pilotand copilot in sources are not the same. If the heading sources are the same,the annunciation in amber. is SelectBug and Heading Select Display The notched (e) Heading blueheading select bug is positionedn the rotating o heading dialby a remote heading knobto selectand display preselected compass heading.The bug rotates withthe heading dial, therefore differenceetween the b the bug and the forelubber lineindexis the amount heading of errorapplied the flight to director computer.A digital heading selectdisplay is provided for convenience setting in the heading bug. (f) Navigationource S Annunciators Annunciation the navigation of sourceis displayed the upperrighthandcorner. Longrange in navigationources s (INS,VLF,RNAV,FMS)are displayed n blue i to distinguish themfromshortrangesources annunciated in white. display indicateshe nautical t (g) Distance Display- The distance milesto the selected DME station waypoint.Dependingn or o equipment,he distance t willbe displayed a. in O-399.9 a Oor 3999nautical mileformat. DME HOLDis indicated y an amber b H adjacent the distance to readout.

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6. C. (1) (h) Heading Dialand Foreand Aft LubberLines- Gyrostabilized magnetic compass information displayed n the heading is o dial, whichrotates withthe aircraft throughout60 degrees. The 3 Fixed azimuth ringis graduated 5-degree in increments. heading marksare at the foreand aft lubber linepositions nd a at 45-degree earings. b (i) Vertical Navigation, Glideslope, Glidepath eviation ointer or D P - The vertical navigationisplay d and annunciator comeinto viewwhentheVNAVmodeon the flight director selected. is The deviation ointer p then indicateshe VNAVS t computed path centerto whichthe aircraft to be flown. is The glideslopeisplay d and annunciator comeintoviewwhen a VHF NAV sourceis selected the EHSIand thatNAV sourceis on tunedto a localizerrequency. f The deviation ointer p then indicates heglideslopeeamcenter whichthe aircraft t b to is to be flown. The glidepath isplay d and annunciator comeintoviewwhenMLS is selected.The deviation pointer thenindicateseviation d fromthe selected lidepath g angle. The letter or V is annunciated G inside the pointer indicate to the typeof information beingdisplayed.If the scale indication becomes saturated, the scale pointer will go out of
view but the letter G or V will remain in view at the maximum deflection position of the scale. As the signal comes out of and carryit saturation, the pointer will pick up the letter

inside the pointer it movesaboutthe scale. as (j) Groundspeed, Time-To-Go, Elapsed or TimeDisplay Pressing the GSPD/TTG button the DC-811Display on Controllerllows a groundspeed time-to-goo be alternately or t displayed. Groundspeed displayed the valuecalculatedy the longrange is b navigationystem(LRN)if an LRN is installednd itsoutput s a is valid. If the LRN is invalid, he EFIScomputes t groundspeed usingDMEdistance. Pressing the ET button the DC-811 on changes thedisplay to elapsed time. Whenin the elapsed time (ET)mode,the ET display can readminutes and seconds hoursandminutes.The or hour/minute modewillbe distinguishable fromthe minute/seconds modeby an H on the leftof the digital display. (k) Bearing Pointers nd SourceAnnunciators The bearing a pointers indicate relative bearing the selected to navaid. Two bearing pointers are availablend can be tunedto navaids selected a or off fromtheDC-811 Display Controller. The bearing source annunciations symboland colorcodedwiththe bearing are pointers.Whenthe bearing pointer navigationourceis s invalid a localizerrequency chosen, or f is the respective

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bearing pointer is removed.

The annunciator :Symbols and O <z are removed fromthedisplay, addition the pointers in to being removed, the bearing if pointers selected are off.

indicates 180degrees 6. C. (1) (1) ReciprocaloursePointer The pointer C fromthe courseselect pointer. a symbol corresponds Symbol- A fixedminiature ircraft (m) Aircraft to the longitudinal axisof the aircraft lubberline and markings.The symbol showsaircraft position and heading with respect the rotating to heading dial. It alsoshowsthe aircraft position relation a radiocourse. in to t (n) Courseor Azimuth Deviationar - The coursebar representshe B centerlinef the selected OR or localizer ourse. The o V c aircraft symbol showspictorially actual aircraft position in e relation thisselected ourse. In VOR operation,achdot to c on eithersideof the aircraft s~mbol represents-dearee 5 deviation fromcenterline75mi:roamps). ILSope~ation, ( In eachdot represents-1/4-degree l deviation fromcenterline75 ( WhenMLS is selected,he bar indicateseviation t microamps). d fromthe selected azimuth angle. Whenthe backcourse(BC)mode is selected the flight on director, r whentunedto a localizer requency o f andthe selected courseis morethan90 fromaircraft heading, the coursedeviation s automatically i reversed provide to proper deviation sensing withrespect the coursecenterline. to The coursedeviation ar alwaysindicateshe location the b t of coursecenterlineelative the noseof the aircraft. r to RadarModeandTiltAnnunciator The annunciator (o) Weather indicates hemodeof operation f theweather t o radar. The annunciation determinedy themodeand feature is b selected on the WX controller. Belowthe WX modeannunciator, angle the theweather radarantenna positioneds displayed is i in positive degrees for up tiltand negative degrees fordown tilt. i Annunciator An arrowhead n the centerof the (P) NAV To-From EHSIindicateshether w the selected courseis TO or FROMthe station waypoint.The TO-FROM or annunciators not in view i duringlocalizerperation. o pointeris positioned (q) CourseSelectPointer Theyellowcourse on the rotating heading dialby a remote courseknobto select a magnetic bearing thatcoincidesiththe desired w VOR radial or localizer ourse.The coursepointer c rotates with the
rotating heading dial to provide a continuous readout of course error to the flight director computer.

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Whenlongrangenavigations selected, he coursepointer i t now becomes desired a trackpointer. The position of the desired
track pointer is controlled by the long range NAV system. A digital display of desired track (DTRK) is displayed in the upper left hand corner.

6. C. (1) (r) Compass SyncAnnunciator The compass syncannunciator indicateshe stateof the compass t systemin the slaved mode. The bar represents commands the directional to gyroto slewto the indicatedirection for increasedeading d (+ h and c for decreased eading).The syncannunciators removed h i during compass MANUAL modeand INSoperation.

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DRIFT ;;:LE COURSE/DESIRED TRACK DISPLAY I \\ \

FMS APPROACH MESSAGE


(HONEYWEL FM~ f)NIY) L .. ..\.

HEADING

FORE

HEADING

%:o~lAToR,:wERjHc;.:;,::::N -,. , ,---

Q E=
CRS OR DTRK HEADING SOURCE ANNUNCIATOR DG1 DG2

MAGI MAG2

m
El
v G VERTICAL DEVIATION ANNUNCIATOR

DISTANCE DISPLAY

/. . - 0; ~ T .
~,/
AND TILT ANNUNCIATOR[ A

TARGET ALERT ARMED

TGT (GREEN) NOTE 2>

HEADING

DIAL

COURSE OR

i <T

VERTICAL NAVIGATION \g&.;;.:TH DEVIATION POINTER

BEARING POINTER SOURCE ANNUNCIATOR

5
VOR2 FMS

BEARING SOURCES ADF1 ADF2 VOR1

VORG ANNUNCIATOR
GROUND DISPLAY SPEED (NOTE 1)

1=
E
ET 59.59 ET H959 TTG 399 MIN GSPD

ELAPSED TIME, TIMETO-GO, OR GROUND SPEED DISPLAY

L-X!Es-

HEAD{NG ...

AIRCRAFT

AF?

RECI>RCCAL

BEA~lNG

SELECTDISPLAY

SYMBOL

LUBBER LINE

COURSE POINTER

POINTERS

NOTES: 1.TIME-TO-GO AND ELAPSEDTIMEISALSO DISPLAYED THISLOCATION AT 2. TX APPEARS WHENEVER THE WEATHER RADAR ISTRANSMITTING AND WX ISNOT SELECTED FOR DISPLAY.
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6. C. (2) ED-600 EHSIAmberCaution and Failure Annunciations (SeeFigure 6-6. ) (a) Waypoint AlertAnnunciator An amber WPT annunciation from a longrangeNAV system is displayed to indicate waypoint passage s displayed n the EHSI. o for the longrangenavigationystem (b) SameHeading Navigationource- If the pilotand or S
copilot have selected the same heading or navigation source, the in applicable sourceis annunciated amber. Otherwise the annunciation is in white. ForSRN sources, the pilot and if copilot have both cross switched to the others source, the annunciator would be amber even though they would be from different sources.

a (c) DME HoldAnnunciator WhenDME is in the holdposition, n amberH is displayed o the leftof the numerical ME t D readout. a (d) Weather Radar(WX)Failure An amberWX indicates failure withinthe weather radarsystem. (e) Weather TargetAlertor Variable Gain- Weather radartar-get alerts are annunciated on the EHSI above the bearing source annunciation. reenTGT indicatesn armedcondition hile G a w amberTGT indicatesn alertcondition. amberVAR indicates a An the radaris operating n the variable i gainmode. (f) Display Failures Whenany of the following ystems s fail,the digital display replaced amberdashes: is by . . . . . . . GroundspeedGSPD) ( Time-To-Go TTG) ( Elapsed Time (ET) Distance Measuring quipment E (DME) Heading Select(HDG) CourseSelect(CRS) Desired Track(DTRK)

(3) ED-600 EHSIRed Failure Annunciations (SeeFigure 6-7. )


(a)

of systemvalidresults Heading Failure A failure the heading in the removal bearing of annunciators, bearing pointers, To-From arrowselect course pointer, course deviation ointer, p andcoursescale. The digital select courseand digital heading selectreadouts dashed, red HDGFAILis are a displayed t the top of the heading a dial,and the heading source annunciator indicatesDG. H

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WAYPOINT ALERT ANNUNCIATOR (AMBER) COURSE SELECT\ FAILURE (AMBER DASHES) \ \

SAME HEADING OR NAV SOURCE (AMBER) (NOTE 3) A

(NOTE2)

r/-\\
Ih
CRS MAGlfl T A WPT IL$l .----M

TGT

VAR

o .RJ*(X.X
m. /0 //, c? $

zDME DISPLAY FAILURE (AMBER DASHES) (NOTE 4)

WEATHER RADARFAILURE (AMBER)

--

as /@ / VOR 2 +
HDG
HEADING SELECT FAILURE (AMBER DASHES)

t: \:? &
\A-O

oonl=- -al

DME HOLD ANNUNCIATOR (AMBER)

\\ ftl, ,\\\
I

@ \\

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>GRouND
SpEED

FAILURE (AMBERDASHES) (NOTE1) NOTES: 1.TTG AND ET FAILURES ARE SIMILAR. 2.DTRK FAILUREISSIMILAR. 3.IFBOTH THE PILOT AND THE COPILOTSELECTTHE CROSS-SIDE NAV SOURCE,THE NAV ANNUNCIATORS ARE AMBER. 4.AN AMBER N/AISDISPLAYED WHEN SELECTEDLRN DISTANCE ISNOT AVAILABLE.

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Figure 6-6

(Amber)

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HEADING FAILURE (RED)

COURSE DEVIATION FAILURE (RED) (NOTE 2)

I CRS
HDG1 \\ HOG FL II N ~ /<

\
-ILS1 IOONM

(NOTE2)

+10
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Wb

/ 6; om=G ~=,> .\ [

o -

-GLIDE SLOPE DEVIATION


FAILURE (RED)

,J

~s / ~ /@ 0/

(NOTE1)

/,/, p\\\
F4MDbll m

DASHES (NOTE2)
1<

II

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GSPD 100 KTS

NOTES: 1.VNAV AND GLIDEPATHDEVIATION FAILUREISSIMILAR, 2.INTHE EVENT OF A HEADINGFAILURE, COURSE SCALE THE AND RED X WILLNOT BE DISPLAYED AND THE CRS AND HDG READOUTS WILLINDICATE MBER DASHES. A

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Display Failure Annunciations Figure 6-7

(Red]

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6. C. (3) (b) Course Deviation, Glideslopeeviation,ertical D V Deviation, Azimuth Deviation, Glidepath eviation or D Failure A failure of any of thesesystems results the removal the deviation in of pointer, a red Xdrawnthrough and the scale. (c) Internal Failure In the eventof an internal failure within the display systemitself, display the willbe blank. A failure the symbol of generator input/output processor illbe w indicatedy a red Xcentered thedisplay, b on with annunciation FAIL. (SeeFigure6-4. SG ) (4) Partial Compass Format andWeather RadarDisplay (SeeFigure 6-8.) The partial compass modedisplays 90 degreearc of the compass a card. Pressing the FULL/ARC button once on the DC-811 Display Controller causes the heading dial to change to the partial compass format.. Pressing the WX button on the Weather Radar Indicator allows weather radar returns to be displayed on the partial compass. The following eatures availableuringpartial f are d compass operation: (a)
Target Alert (TGT) and Variable Gain (VAR) Annunciator - The target alert annunciator warns of level 3 targets. A green TGT

indicatesn armedcondition, a whilean amberTGT indicates a weather alertcondition. VAR indicates he radaris operating t in the variable ainmode. g (b) Weather RadarReturns Weather information fromthe radarcan be displayed n partial i compass mode by pressing the WX button on the Weather RadarIndicator. The colorsusedare: Return Level1 Level2 Level3 RTC ~ Green Yellow Red B1 ue ~ Cyan Magenta B1 ue N/A

(c) RangeRings- Rangeringsaredisplayed aid in the useof to radarreturns and position navaids.The outerrangeringis of the compass cardboundary representshe selectrangeon and t the radar. The rangeannunciation the innerringrepresents on one-half rangesetting the weather the of radar. If the radar is turned off,thenby default the outerrangering is 100NM.

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TGT OR VAR ANNUNCIATOR


q

TGT:

P-650 WX MODE ANNUNCIATIONS WAIT (GREEN) STBY (GREEN) q TEST (GREEN) q WX (GREEN) q RCT (GREEN) q GCR (AMBER) q CR/R (AMBER) q GMAP (GREEN) . FAIL (AMBER) q CYC (GREEN) q TX (AMBER)
q q

TARGET AI+13T GREEN-SELECTED AMBER-LVL 3 TGT DETECTED VAR: VARIABLE GAIN (AMBER) f

J WEATHER RADAR RETURN

. /

\ \

RANGE RINGS

3 /

WX

TILT

ANGLE

NAVAID=

WIND VECTOR DISPLAY

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is l 6. C. (4) (d) WindVectorDisplay Windvectorinformation displayed eft of bottomcenter. The wind is shownin Figure 6-9 with
velocity and direction or can be broken into head/tail component and crosswind component as shown in Figure 6-8. Figure 6-8 shows a 25 knot tailwind and a 15 knot left crossIn bothcases, the arrow shows the direction wind component. and the number indicates velocity of the wind. The type of display is determined during installation. The windvectors are available romlongrangeNAV systems suchas VI..F INS. f and

can be selected during MAP mode. The (e) Navaid- Navaidposition source the navaidposition of markersis selected and annunciated conjunction in withthe associatedear~ng b source and is colorcoded. (f) WX Antenna TiltAngle- The anglethe weather radarantenna is positioneds displayed positive i in degrees for up tiltand negative degrees fordowntilt. (g) WX ModeAnnunciator Thisannunciatorndicateshemodeof i t operation f the radar. o (5) LongRangeNavigationap Mode (SeeFigure M 6-9. ) The EFIShas the capabilityf displayingultiple o m waypotnts roma f m long rangenavigationLRN) system. Thesewaypoints ustbe present ( in a distance/bearing format. The systemwillnot accept multiple waypoints a latitude-longitude format. in
With an LRN programmed for multiple waypoints in distance/bearing of format, and WX radar range set to a range allowing display

multiple waypoints, electing he MAP modeon the DC-811 s t withthe LRN selected willpermitthemultiple waypoints be di$played n to o the EHSI. The EHSIcan display to six LRNwaypoints up and two VOR station navaidsymbols the sametime. Thisassumes at allwaypoints nd VOR a stations are withinthe selected X rangeand all arewithinthe W limitsof the heading display the EHSIin the MAPmode. of Upon selection f the MAP mode, o (a) (b)
the following will occur:

The course select pointer and HSI-type displays will be removed. Both bearing pointers will be removed.

course deviation ar b

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6. C. (5) (c) A digital course

deviation display will be present on the of bottom of the EHSI display. This willshowthe position the

aircraft withrespect the desired to track. (d)


The multiple waypoints wil 1 appear on the
q

EHSI.

Eachwaypoint will be identified by a number 01 through 99 or when the LRN communicates by the GAMA standard bus for alphanumerics thewaypoint willbe identified by name.
The waypoint to which the aircraft is flying is magenta in color. All other waypoints are white.

white track

lineconnects waypoint waypoint. to

If the EFIS is receiving valid VOR station and DME distance, the navaids for the two VOR stations will be available for where the bearing selector display on the EHSI,no matter switches are set. The blue navaid will be VOR 1 (NAV 1), will be VOR 2 (NAV 2) and the greennavaid

(e)

For convenience, the actual heading indicated by the heading dial is numerically displayed at the top of the EHSI.

(f) The desired trackannunciator a digital and readout the of desired trackfrompastwaypoint the nextwaypoint to are shown in the upperleftcornerof the EHSI.
(g) ATo-From indication is displayed to the right of the desired track digital readout. It will indicate TO when the aircraft is flying to the waypoint.

(h)

The followingisplays d function previouslyescribed: as d


q q q q q q q q q

Heading Source Annunciator Navigationource S Annunciator Distance Display RangeRings Aircraft Symbol Groundspeed Heading SelectDisplay and Heading SelectBug Heading Dial Weather RadarandTiltAnnunciator

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VOR STATION BLUE FOR VOR 1 GREEN FOR VOR 2

TGT Wx -3 A VOR I A&


NAVAID SOURCE ANNUNCIATOR

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CITATION V 6. C. (6) Short Range Navigation MAP

Mode (SeeFigure 6-10).

Upon selectionf the MAPmodeand the SRN VOR mode,the following o will occur: (a) The courseselectpointer and HSI-type course deviation bar displays willbe removed. (b) Bothbearing points willbe removed. (c) A digital coursedeviationisplay d will present track. (d) FormapswithVOR stations viewon the EFI$map in
a selected course line is drawn through the displayed navigation source. be present on the bottom of the EHSI display. This will show the position of the milesto the leftor the rightof the aircraft in nautical

The solidlinerepresentshe inbound t selected courseto the station.The dashedlinerepresentshe selected t outbound radialfromthe station.If available, nav sourceidentifier a may be displayed adjacent the navaidsymbol. Cross-side to navaididentifiers arenot available. (e) FormapswithVOR stations ut of rangeof the EFISmap,either o a solidmagenta line or dashed magenta line will appear if withinthe 90 arc. A solidmagenta linewithan arrow indicateshe inbound t course necessaryo fly to the station. t A dashed magenta lineindicateshe outbound t radial.

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INBOUND SELECTED COURSETO VOR STATIOP

VOR1 A VOR 2
1

1;.5 GSPD 100 KTS

OUTBOUND RADIAL FROM VOR STATION

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6. D. Composite isplay D (SeeFigure 6-11.) In the event of a display unit failure, the EADI/EHSI DIM control on the DC-811 Display Controller is turned to the OFF position to display a composite attitude and NAV format on the remaining good display head. Figure 6-11 defines the location and form of the compos~te display elements. As in normal EADI and EHSI presentations, all elements are not displayed at the same time. The presence or absence of each display element is determined by flight phase, NAV radio tuning, selected flight caution, and warning altitude, tc. The failure, e director mode,absolute annunciations function is much the same as for the normal display mode.

To!FRofvf

ROLL

ATTITUDE

ROLL

NAVIGATION

SOURCE

DISTANCE

COURSE/DESIRED TRACK DISPLAY

HEADING~ DISPLAY HEADING SELECT DISPLAY

COURSE SELECT POINTER NOTE: WHEN VSOR IAS MODES ARE SELECTED, AIR DATA COMMAND INFORMATION REPLACES THE HDG SOURCE ANN.

FORE LUBBER LINE

COURSEOR AZIMUTH DEVIATION BAR

COURSEOR AZIMUTH DEVIATION DISPLAY

HEADINGTPPE DISPLAY

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Composite isplay D Symbol Definition Figure 6-11

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6. E. EFISSelfTest The EFIS system is continuously testing itself and therefore a manually as preflight initiated selftestis not required partof the aircraft test. The manually initiated self test is provided for the following reasons: . The EFISmanually initiatedestsymbologyrovides convenient t p a methodfor the pilotto familiarize himself withthe format usedfor various failure modes.
.

The radioaltimeter ystem s can be commanded ntotestmodeusingthe i EFIStestswitch. The EFIScan be manually selftestedusingthe DC-811 Display t is Controllerestswitch. The followingestroutine displayed: T

~: 1
q

Testof the EFISis onlyfunctionaln the ground. Thd radio o altimeter estis functionalt alltimesexcept t a duringGS CAP or GP CAP modes. Courseselect, heading select, set,distance DH and GSPD/TTG digital displays are replaced amberdashes. by ATT and HDG displays are flagged. are witha red X. All pointer/scales flagged related bugs/pointers areremoved. All heading

. Command barsare biasedfromview. . Radioaltimeterigital d readout displays radioaltimeter elftests value. Slewsto 100 feet for Honeywell radio altimeter.
q

Comparator monitor annunciates ATT, HDG and ILS (if ILSsources are selected bothsides) MLS (If MLS sources are selected on both on or

sides).
q

Test (inmagenta color)or Fail(inamber)is annunciated the FD in LAT capture location.

. FD modeannunciations removed. are

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6. F. ED-600 Used
(1) as a Multifunction Display (MFD)

General MDZ-605 MFD SystemInformation The MDZ-605 Multifunction Display System hasthreemajor O is to sub-functions.ne of the mostsignificant its ability back up EFISsymbol generator r the EHSIdisplay.Should o the SG fail, the pilotcan select the MFD symbol generator o takeoveroperation t of the failedEFISdisplays with all functionsnd operations a to the unchanged.The EFIS DC-811 controller willcontinue operate can alsobe usedas a display formats before. The MFD display as backupin the eventof an EHSIdisplay failure. The MFD system greatly expands the navigationapping on m capabilities the EFIS. This is primarily due to the factthat of the MFD display areacan be usedexclusively formap formats without the needfor the essential eading h and nav datathi~the EHSIalso t i thatcan be has to contain.Someof the additionalnformation addedto the traditional display waypoint map of locations ncludes i waypoint and VOR identifiers, aircraft present position LAT/LON in coordinates, andthe TOwaypoint timeto go or ETA,as well as d estimated uelremaining t the TOwaypoint.Thisadditionalata f a is supplied the optional by Flight Managementystemfordisplay S on the MFD. The MFD systemalsohas a north-up planfunction in makeuse addition the usualheading-upap display.Bothformats to m of a designatorontrolledy the MC-800 c b controlleroystick.The j position the designatoran be automatically of c tri~nsmitted the to FMS to be usedin defining new waypoint. a

(2) MFD Weather RadarMode The weather radardisplay identicalo theweather is t radardisplay on the EHSIpartial compass display shown in Figure as 6-8. Colorweather radarinformation fromthe PRIMUSQ 650 ReceiverTransmitters presented the formof an overlay raster i in by techniquesn the stroke o written display.A whiteouterrangering is provided.An innerrangeringis alsoprovided withits associatedabelalsostroke l written whitecharactersn the in o rightside of the display. Weather intensity levels are green,and differentiated by the standard convention of red,yellow, blueareas. The bluefieldis generated y the rain-echottenuation b a compensation circuitry o warnthe pilotthatthe weather t levelsin thisareacannotbe calibratednd are therefore f unknown a o precipitation density.Ground mapping may alsobe displayed n the o standard conventionf magenta, o yellow, and cyanareas. The radar mode is annunciated the leftsideof the displa:y. on

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A targetalertannunciator provided is abovethe mode annunciator to warn of level 3 targets 7.5 degrees on either side of the aircraft flight path. A green TGT annunciates this feature, changing to an a amber TGT whenactive. Whenthe gainis not calibrated,n amber VAR annunciator willbe displayed the targetalertarea. in A weather radarfailure willremove the rasterweather disDlav and charac?,e;s. forcethe modeannunciator display in amber to WX whenthe weather A magenta is displayedhereWX is annunciated TX w for MFD display. radaris transmitting andweather not selected is 6. F. (3) MFD Map Mode (SeeFigure 6-12. ) Two formats of NAVmapping are selectablesingthe alternate ction u a MAP/PLAN button the MC-800 on MFD Controller. The MAP fc~rmat expands the totally independent EHSImap by increasinghe maximum t rangebeyond the normalradarranges, and utilizes all the data available fromselectable navigationources. The MAP formatis s alwaysoriented the aircraft to heading withthe aircraft position at lowercenter andthe map routemovingtowardthe aircraft.When coupled a compatibleNAVor FMS, the NAV route with up to 6 to L
waypoints can be displayed to the range limit of 1200 miles, or the next route segment can be displayed. When weather returns are selected, the maximum selectable range is slaved to the radar WI-650 such as the Honeywell FMS setting. With a compatible NAV source,

with stored database,otherpertinent avigationatabeyondroute n d mappingsuchas VOR station locations,uelremaining,nd f a c and displayed.A time-to-goo the nextwaypoint, an be selected t movable designatoran aid in relocatinghe nextwaypoint.When c t position the Lat-Lon display the designators movedfromhome i reflects thedesignatorosition p whichthencan be automatically loadedas the nextwaypoint intocompatibleNAV or FMS sources. L The map modedisplays shownon Figure 6-12are described below. indicates he a~ t tual heading (a) Heading Display The HDG display informat displayed or] of the aircraft.It is the sameheading on the EHSI. (b) Selected Source NAV is displayed.
- The selected

longrangenav gationsource
the designated

(c) Distance TOWaypoint The distance to to miles. waypoint is displayed in nautical

are identifieds a function a (d) Airport Annunciator The airports of the APT button theMC-800. on

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t 6. F. (3) (e) RangeRings- Rangeringsare displayed o aid in the use of If WX mode is selected, radar returns and position of navaids.
the outer range ring is the compass card boundary and represents the select range on the radar. Th[? range annunciation on the inner ring represents one half the range switch the on setting of the weather radar. The INC/DEC MC-800increasesr decreases he rangeif WX mode is not o t selected. (f)

Designator AnnunciationsDisplays the courseand distance to the designatorrom present position. f


number of available waypoints is dependent upon the LRN which is providing the data, while

(9) Waypoint andWaypoint Data - The

the selected rangedetermineshe numberof displayed t waypoints.Thewaypoint whichthe aircraft flyingis to is magenta color. All otherwaypoints in arewhite. The DAT button the MC-800 on willadd the following information the to display it is available if fromthe longrangeNAV system. . Waypoint identification (either numberor rlame) . Distance TOwaypoint nautical to in mile: . ETA in GMT at the TOwaypoint, available, TTG if or (h) Aircraft Symbol- The aircraft symbolprovide! visualcue as a to the aircraft position relation the desired in to track. (i) Crosstrack Deviation Indicateshe deviatiorl t in
nautical miles to the right (R) or left (L) of the desired track.

t of (j) Displacement Line- Indicateshe position the designator relative thenoseof the aircraft. to
(k)

Designator The powerup homeposition the designator s of i the aircraft present position.The designators latitude and longitude s continuously i displayed the lower left corner of in
the presentation. Manipulation of the designator is controlled by the Joystick and the SKP,RCL,and ENT buttons on the MC-800. The designators latitude and longitude can be transmitted to the selected LRN as a map reference point.

(1) WX Antenna TiltAngle- The anglethe weather radarantenna is positioneds displayed positive i in degrees fclr tiltand up negative degrees for downtilt.
(m)

Weather RadarMode- Displays the statusof the weather radar system. Weather addedto the display is and MX is annunciated by pressing theWX buttonon theMC-800.

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6. F. (3) (n) TargetAlert/Variable - A targetalertannunciators Gain i provided warnof level3 targets to 7.5 degrees on either side of the aircraft flightpath. A greenTGT annunciates this feature, changing to an amber TGT when active. Whenthe gain is not calibrated, amberVAR annunciator an will be displayed in the targetalertarea. (o) VOR/DME Symbols Thesesymbols are addeduponactuation f the o VOR button the MC-800. Theyrepresent he VOR stations on t whicharebeingusedby the LRN. are by (P) Desired Track(DTRK) Line - Thewaypoints connected a whitetrackline. The desired trackannunciator a digital and readout the desired of trackfrompastwaypoint thenext to waypoint are shownin the upperleftcornerof the [display.

HEADING DISPLAY \

SELECTEDNAV SOURCE /

DESIREDTRACK ANNUNCIATION

WAYPOINT DTRKLINE VOR/DME TARGET ALERT/VARIABLE m

GAIN

1 /ff2-

WX MODE ANNUNClATOR~><~AN150WXANTENNA/ TILT ANGLE /

DEs,GNAToRpiR:qy ~ii
r -+ DISPLAC~MENT LINE CRO&STRACK DEVIATION AIRCkAFT SYMBOL

:j!!sy
. TTG IN MIN

DESIGNATOR ANNUNCIATION

NS

TOWAYPOINT IDENTIFICATION

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MFD Map Mode Figure 6-12

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6. F. (4) MFD PlanMode
(See Figure 6-13. )

A uniqueNAV PLAN format features a truenorth-uprientation o in which the aircraft positionedith respect to the NAV route and is w
progresses along the route, while the maximum range is depicted by a The north-up orientation circle around the outer perimeter.

enhances the flight planning function and further clarifies he t the aircraft relationship the programmedoute. In thisdisplay to r homed the TOwaypoint to andbothappearin the designator s i centerof the display.The aircraft symbol is still plotted at
present position (if present position is on the display) and is If the designator is movedfrom oriented with respect to heading.

the TOwaypoint, hedesignator ymbol t s willremainin the center of the display whilethe designatorourse/distance c annunciation in the lowerrightcorner willbe fromthewaypoint.The designator remains the center in duringSKP and joystick operations. Weather
is not available in the PLAN mode so range is controlled solely from the MC-800. Other operations are the same as for MAP mode.

(5) MFD Checklist isplay D The MFD Symbol Generator s capable storing i of anddisplaying00, 2 400,or 800 pagesof text. Thesepagesare storedin controlled internal PROMwithcontent defined the aircraft as by operator. Pagecompositions 12 lineswitha maximum 24 characterser i of p line. All textis stroke written for sunlight readability. The NORMbutton theMC-800provides on entryintothe normal checklist isplay d function.The normalchecklistsre arranged a in the orderof standard flight operations. Button actuationsause c presentation the normal of checklist indexpagethatcontains the lowestorderincomplete unskipped hecklistiththe active and c w selection t thatchecklist. a The SKP,RCL,PAG,and ENT buttons and the joystick theMC-800 on provide control thisfunction of and aredescribed paragraph in 6.K.(5). The EMERbutton theMC-800provides on entryintothe emergency checklist isplay d function.Actuation EMERresults the of in presentation the firstpageof the emergency hecklist ndexwith of c i the activeselectiont the firstchecklist. a The SKP,RCL,PAG,and
ENT buttons and the joystick shall provide control of this function 6 (5). Thesecontrols perform as and are described in paragraph .K. described NORMwiththe exception f the action taken upon for o completion of the checklist. All checklist items are removed from the page and EMERGENCY PROCEDURE COMPLETE is written belowthe

amberchecklist itle. Thiswillbe cleared t whenthe indexis selected.

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SELECTED SOURCE

NAV

I
DISTANCE TO TO- WAYPOINT NORTH-UP IDENTIFIER DTRK LINE WAYPOINT DESIGNATOR DESIGNATOR ANNUNCIATIONS COURSE FROM WAYPOINT TUNED VOR/DME

DISPUCEMENT LINE

LAT/LON

DISTANCE WAYPOINT

FROM

TO WAYPOINT IDENTIFICATION TTG IN MIN

AIRCRAfl SYMBOL

AD-10312-R1

MFD PI Mode an
Figure 6-13

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Modes 6. F. (6) EFISBackup
Selection of EFIS backup by the MFD is accomplished by the rotary MODE selector switch on the MC-800 MFD Controller. Normal MFD b modes functions are available in the MFD position, and F.FIS ackup are obtained by selecting the HSI or SG positions.

. HSI - Selection f thisposition o willresultin an HSI display on theMFD. Composition the HSI willbe determinedy the EFIS of b DC-811 Display Controller.
q SG- Selection of this position willresultin replacement of the

generator y the MFD symbol b generator the EFIS for EFIS symbol displays.In thiscasethe MFD CRT will be blanked. Composition
of the EFIS displays will be determined Display Controller. by the EFIS DC-811

Operation (SeeFigure6-14.) G. ED-600Functional


(1) Deflection System

The ED-600 display unitis capable operating eitherraster of in In the stroke writing modethe scanor stroke writing modes. deflectionmplifiers a operate current as outputpowerstages. The deflectionokecurrents sampled y are and fed backto the inputof the powerstages provide to deflection mplification each mode a for in boththe of operation. The deflection amplifier output stages, vertical horizontalxes,are constructed and a usingcomplementary component ount. c powerFETsfor highpowergain,hencereduced Circuitry s containedithinthe deflectionystem to provide i w s for the pincushion linearityorrectionequired the CRT physical c r by geometry. In orderto provide the highest possible datathroughoutromthe f symbol generator o thedisplay, handshake t a systemis used to tellthe symbol generatorhenthe display w deflection mplifiersre a a through slewing and readyto write. Thisstroke readysignalis generated y a windowcomparatorhichmonitors b w the input/output All of the display unit status the deflectionmplifiers. of a deflectionignals s are fed through a multiplexer. This allows the
display to be driven from two different symbol generators mode. required in the reversionary as

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6. G. (2) Videoand Dimming System The videosystemprovides the individualrivesignals eachof d to the three(red,blueand green) electron guns in the CRT. Amplitude of the gun drivesare adjusted provide to the required color d selectionenu. Four bits of colorselectionataare used m providing or a possible colors on both raster and stroke f 8
operation (for a total of 16).

The overall intensityf the display o outputis controlled n the i videosystemby a signalfromthe auto-dimming system. In the auto-dimming system, the pilotselected intensity (fromthe dimming control the DC-811controller)s modulated a control on i by signal generated fromtwo strategically located ambient lightsensors. (3) System Monitor A system monitor is incorporated in the ED-600 to provide CRT phosphor protectionnd a systeminvalid a signal the symbol to generator henever w the following onditionsre detected: c a
s

Lossof deflection in eitheraxes . Abnormal powersupply outputs Q Improper RT filament C

The circuitry lsoprovides 5-second a a timedelaybetween application CRT filament of current and highvoltage powerturn-on. Thisallows the system stabilize uickly to q and alsoprotects the CRT cathodes fromthe effects excessive of initial anodecurrent. 6. G. (4) PowerSupply All powerrequired the ED-600 by display unitis provided from the aircraft 28 voltsdc bus via a power supply subsystem located within
the display unit. This power supply subsystem consists of a high efficiency switching regulator and a solid state high voltage power supply.

The highvoltage powersupplyis a ferro-resonant switching converter nd highvoltage a multiplier ssembly.Thissupply a features wellregulated ighvoltage(14kV) to preventintensity h and sizevariationsn the picture i due to loadvariationsausedby c changes picture in content.The high voltage portions of the power supplyare encapsulated well as the anodeand focuslead as for unpressurized environments. assembly.This is required Whenan ED-600 display unitis to be usedas an EADI,an inclinometer attached the frontof the display. Provisions is to havebeenmadeto lightthe inclinometer fromthe standa)pd aircraft 5 voltslighting bus.

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28 VDC

AIRCRAFT
POWER

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INTERNAL POWER

HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY


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DIMCONTROL WX DIMCONTROL RIGHT SENSOROUT q 1 1 I I

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ENABLE

RIGHT PHOTO LEFT PHOTO x VIDEO SYSTEM

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STROKE READY

(PRI) STROKEREADY ((SEC)


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X DEFLECTION ((SEC) [ (PRI) Y DEFLECTION L(SEC) (PRI) I RASTER/STROKE ((SEC) I (PRI) 1 FLYBACK ((SEC) I (PRI) cOLOR { (SEC) REVSELECT
1

(PRI)

RASTER/STROKE f FLYBACK I

D-

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Controller SeeFigures ( 6-15and6-16,and Table6-2.) 6. H. DC-811Display

AD-18425

DC-811Display

Controller Figure 6-15

Dimensions Lenath Wi( ~h

(maximum): .... .................................... 6.87 in. (174.50 mm)

......................................... 5.75in. i146.05mm~ # . 2.25in. (57.15 mm) He ght . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (maxmum)


...................................... 1.8

Weight

lb (0.82kg)

Power Requirements: primary Lighting ............................................ 28Vdc, ..............................................sVdc.

5 5

W max W max

Mating Connector:

J1
Mount

. . . . . . . .. . . . ... . . . . . .. . .. . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . .. . . . .. . .

MS27473E20-B35SC

Unt ScrewFasteners ng ............................................


DC-811 Display Controller Leading Particulars Table 6-2

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The DC-811Display Controllerrovides p themeansby whichthe pilotcan control the EADIand EHSIdisplay formatting. Also included the DCon 811 are the bearing select knobsanddisplay dimming controls.The
following paragraphs describe the controller functions.

6. H.

(1)

FULL/ARC Button- The FULL/ARC buttonis usedto c:lange EHSI the display fromfullcompass partial to compass format. In the full of heading aredisplayed.In the partial compass mode,360 degrees compass mode,90 degrees heading are displayed. Successive of toggling the FULL/ARC of button changes the display back-and-forth fromthe fullcompass the partial to compass display.
compass display may be changed to the partial compass format allowing one waypoint for each

(2) MAP Button- By pressing button, the the ful 1

bearing pointer andVOR/DME groundstation positions o be t willonlybe displayed withinthe if displayed.The information rangeselected.If in WX mode,activationf the button o willselect the MAP format withweather radarinformation. radar (3) Weather(WX)Button- The WX button is usedto callup weather returns the partial on compass MAP display the EHSI. If the EHSI of is in the fullcompass MAP mode initially, pressing WX button the changes the display the partial to compass MAP modeand displays weather radarreturns fromthe weather radaror a weather test pattern. If presently in MAP mode,activation the WX button of will superimpose weather radarinformation overthe MAP information. A
second push of the WX button will remove the weather information.

(4)

Groundspeed/Time-To-Go (GSPD/TTG) Button - By pressing the GSPD/TTG be in button, groundspeed or time-to-go willalternately displayed

the lowerrightcorner the EHSI. of (5) Elapsed Time (ET)Button- By pressing ET button, the elapsed time is displayed.Pressing he ET button t the firsttimewillresetthe displayed imeto zero. The toggling t sequence :he of ETbuttonis reset,start,stop. (6) Navigation NAV)Button- By pressing ( theNAV button, VOR/LOC information selected display the EHSI. is for on (7) Flight Managementystem(FMS)Button- By pressing S the FMS button, flight managementystem(FMS)information selected s is fordisplay on the EHSI.

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Source 6. H. (8) Bearing Select Knobs - The EHSI has the capabilit~ of The selectable bearing displaying two independent bearing pointers. sources for each pointer are as follows: BRG O NAV 1 ADF 1 BRG <> NAV 2 ADF 2

FMS 1 system employed the EFISis semiby (9) Dim Controls The dimming contributeo the overall t display brightness automatic.Two inputs of eachED-600Electronic Display:
q

Ambientlightsensed the photosensors eachED-6C0 by on . Setting thedimming of controls

The DIM pot set the nominal intensityor eachdisplay.The f photosensors located eachED-600 on causethe lightoutp~tof each display be modulated boutthe nominal to a intensity s a function a of the lightincident eachdisplay. on
(a)

ADI DIM Control The -

ADI DIM control dims the rastEr and stroke writing on the EADI. Turning the control to the OFF position causes the EADI to go blank and the composite modeto be displayed on the EHSI. dims the raster and stroke writing on the EHSI. Turning the control to the OFF position causes the EHSI to go blank and the composite mode to be displayed on the EADI.

(b) HSI DIM Control The HSI DIM control -

(c) WX DIM Control The WX DIM control dimsonlythe rasteron the EHSIwhich contains weather radar information. Turning the removes the weather radar display. control to the OFF position If in the compositeode on the EHSI, the WX DIM control is m
used to dim the attitude sphere intensity.

of (10) Decision Height(DH)Knob- Rotation the innerDH

knob allows the decision height displayed on the EADI to be adjusted between 10 and By the DH knob completely increments. rotating 990 feet in 10-foot counterclockwise, the decision height display may be remcved from

the EADIdisplay. (11) TEST (TST)Button - The TST button allowsfor testing th~ radio altimeter nd EFISwhen on the ground or the radio altimeter only a when in the air, if not in the GS capture mode. Refer tc paragraph
6.E. for test procedure.

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6. I. RI-106S Instrument RemoteController SeeFigures ( 6-17and 6-18, andTable6-3.) The Instrument RemoteControllernterfaces i withthe symbol generator o t provide heading and course selection. Activation of the PULL SYNC switch causes synchronization of the heading bug to present heading (lubber s o line). The PULLDIR switchallowsautomatic election f a TO direction desired VOR coursehavingzerodeviation.

HEADING PULL (BJO SYNC

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Dimensions maximum): (
Length .......................................... 2.75 in. (69.9 mm) Width.......................................... 5.75in. (146.1 mm) 1.50in. (38.1 mm) Height........................................

Weight(maximum)..................................... 0.8 lb (0.36kg) . PowerRequirements: Synchro Excitation............................. 26V, 40f)l-iz, . 2.4vA Blue-White Lighting .............................. 5 V acordc, 3.3 VA MatingConnector: J1 .................................................... MS3126F14-19S Mounting ............................................Unit ScrewF~~steners RI-106S Instrument RemoteController Leading Particulars Table6-3

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6. J. SG-605Symbol
Generator (See Figures 6-19 and 6-20, and Table 6-4.)

011s41-)71

SG-605SymbolGenerator Figure 6-19

Dimensions

(maximum):

Length ........................................ 16.45 in. (417.83 mm) Width .......................................... 4.91 in. (1;?4.71 mm)

Height........................................

7.62in. (193.55 mm)

Weight(maximum)..................................... 16.Olb (7.24kg) . .................................... 28 V dc, 70 W max PowerRequirements MatingConnector: J1 ........................................ DPX2MA-A106--A1O6P-33B-OO63 J2 ........................................ DPX2MA-A106P-A1O6P-33B-OO64 PartNo. 7003272-901, Mounting ....................... TrayModelMT-800, Boxmount Tray,PartNo. 8314,or BarryTray,PartNo. 93995-1 SG-605SymbolGenerator Leading Particulars Table6-4

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The symbol generator is the heart of the EDZ-605 System. It receives s heading, attitude, and short and longrangenavigationensorandweather radarinputs. It alsoreceives mode logic inputs from the flight All inputs are processed and transmitted to the ED-600 director. Electronic Displays as a function of the selections made on the DC-811 In caseof Display Controller and RI-106S Instrument Remote Controller.

b by failure the symbol of generator,ackupis provided theMFD Symbol Generator.

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( 6-21and 6-22,and Table6-6.) 6. K. MC-800MFD Controller SeeFigures

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Dimensions

(maximum):

. . . . .. . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .. . .. . .. . Length Width .::: ................................... Height ... ....................................

6.59 in. (167.39 mm) 5.75in. (146.05 mm) 2.25in. (57.15 mm) 1.8 lb (0.82kg)

Weight

(maximum,

. . . .. .. . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . .

Power Requirements: Primary .......................................... 28Vdc, 5Wmax Lighting ......................................... 28 V dc, 5 W max

MatingConnector: J1 ................................................. MS27473E14-35S Mounting ......................................... UnitScrewFasteners MC-800MFD Controller Leading Particulars Table6-5 The MC-800MFD Controllerrovides meansby whichthe pilotcan control p the p d the the MFD display modes and format. The followingaragraphsescribe controllerunctions. f

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6. K. (1) MAP/PLAN Button - TheMAP/PLAN button alternately selects the heading up MAP display the Northup PLANmode for display. or radar (2) Weather(WX)Button- The WX button is used to call up weather When weather is displayed, the map returns theMFD map display. on
range is controlled by the WI-650 Weather Radar Indicator Range switch.

(3) Normal(NORM)

Button - The NORM button provides entry into the MFDs is normal checklist display function. The normalchecklist arranged

Buttonactuationsause c in the orderof standard flight operations. presentation the normal of checklist indexpagethatcontains the lowestorderincomplete and unskippedhecklist iththe active c w The SKP,RCL,PAG, and ENT buttons and selection t thatchecklist. a
the joystick provide control of this function.

(4) Emergency (EMER) Button- The EMERbutton provides entryintothe MFDsemergency hecklistisplay c d function.Actuation EMER of results the presentation the firstpageof the highest in of priority callup withthe activeselectiont the firstitemon the a page. The SKP, RCL, PAG,and ENT buttons and the joystick provide control of thisfunction. (5) Skip (SKP), Recall
(RCL), Page (PAG), and Enter (EtiT)Buttons and o Joystick - These buttons (PAGforchecklistnly) and the joystick are usedto control the checklist nd operation f the designatorn a o o

( describes he checklist ontrol t c and the map. Paragraph 5)(a) paragraph (5)(b) describeshe designatorontrol. t c (a) Checklist ontrol C . SKP - actuationkipsthe active s selection o the next item. t If the item skipped is the last item, the active selection
is the lowest order skipped item.

. RCL - actuationesults presentation the page r in of containinghe lowestorderskipped t itemwiththe active selectiont thatitem. a
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PAG - actuation advances the page count. The active selection s the lowest i orderincompletetemon thatpage. i if thereareno incompletetemson the page,the active i selection s the firstitemon the page. i

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. ENT - operation
is dependent upon display

if:

On an indexpage- actuation esults display the r in c]f checklistorresponding the activeindexlineselection. c to The checklist s presented t the pagecontaininghe lowest i a t orderincompletetemwiththe activeselection It i : that item. If the checklist ad previously eencompleted,he h b t system forcesall itemsin the checklist incompletend to a present the firstpageof the checklist iththe active w selectiont the first item. a
On a checklist page - actuation forces the active selection to complete and advance the active selection to the next incomplete item. If ENT is actuated with the active selection at the last item in a checklist, the operation depends upon the completion status of the checklist.

If the checklist s not complete i (oneor more itemsskipped)


the system presents the page containing the lowest order incomplete item with the active selection at that item.

If thechecklist complete is (allitemscomplete) he system t presents indexpagecontaininghe nexthigh~r the t order checklistiththe activeselection thatchecl.list. w at provides additionalagingand p . Joystick The joystick r in cursor control. Eachactuation esults the action
described: UP moves the active selection to the lower orcler item

DOWNmovesthe activeselection o the nexthigherorder t item(thisis identicalo SKP) t

- LEFTresults presentation the previous in of page - RIGHTresults presentation the nextpag~ in of (thisis identicalo PAG) t 6. K. (5) (b) Designator Control
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SKP - actuator skipsthe designators homeposition the to withthe designator nextdisplayedaypoint.When actuated w at the lastdisplayed aypoint, designator hallreturn w the s to present position. RCL - whenthe designator s not at its homeposition. i to the home position.Actuation withthe designator t its home a position recalls the designatoro present t position f not ( already there).
actuation of RCL recalls the designator

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. ENT - when
the designator is offset, actuation of ENT causes the LAT/LON of the designator to be transmitted to the selected LRN as a requested waypoint.

Joystick - the joystick provides four direction control of and the designator: up, down,left,and right. The course

distance the designatorromitshomeposition to f is displayed the lowerrightcorner the display. in of 6. K. (6) VHF OmniRange(VOR)Button- The VOR button symbols the map and plandisplays. to
is

us~~do add VOR/DME t

r (7) Data (DAT)Button- The DAT buttonis usedto add longange navigationnformation the map and plandisplay:;. i to . Firstactuationilladd the followinqatato the lowerriciht w d corner thedisplay: of - Waypoint identification M - Estimatedimeof Arrival(ETA in Greenwich eanTime (GMT) T otherwise,ime-To-Go TTG)to T ( at the TOwaypoint known; if the TOwaypoint. . Secondactuation If no destination information is known, this if step shall be to data OFF. However, destination identification, ETA,or TTG is known, thisstepshallreplace the TOwaypoint dataas described abovewith the destination data.
If some destination data is known but the waypoint identification is not, the mnemonic DEST shall be used in placeof the

waypoint identification. (8) Airport(APT)Button- The APT buttonis usedto add airport designators themap and plandisplays. to (9) Increase (INC)/Decrease (DEC)Range (RNG) Switch- This switch increasesr decreases he selected o t range(5, 10, 25, 50, 100,200, 300,600 and 1200NM) if the weather radar (WX) mode is not
selected. When WX is selected, the range is controlled WI-650 Weather Radar Indicator Range Switch. by the

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6. K. (10) ModeSelector Thisis a threeposition rotary select the following MFD modesof operation:
q q q

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MFD - normal MFD operation SG - pilot SG-605 backup HSI - HSI backup

overall MFD CRT dimming addition in (11) Dim Control Thisknobcontrols to the ED-600automatichotoelectric p dimming.

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6. L. MG-605MFD Symbol Generator (SeeFigures 6-23and 6-24,and Table6-7.)

OPTIONAL

CHECK LK3T MODULE

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Dimensions (maximum):

Length ............................................ 16.65 in. (422.91 mm) mm) Width............................................. 7.53in. (191.26 mm) Height............................................ 7.62in. (193.55 Weight (maximum) ..................................... Power Requirements Mating Connectors: ................................... 25.0

lb (11.34 kg)

28Vdc, 120Wmax

J1 andJ3 ................................... DPX2MA-A106P-A1O6P-33B-OO99 O6P-33B-OOO1 J2 ......................................... DPX2MA-A106P-A1 ............................................ Mounting TrayModelMT-61O, PartNo. 7007246-901

MG-605 MFD Symbol

Generator Leading Particulars Table 6-6

The MG-605 MFD Symbol Generator s the heartof the MDZ-605 i MFD system. The symbol generator inputportsare parallelediththe SG-605Symbol w areprocessed nd transmitted the a to Generator inputports. All inputs ED-600 MFD display a function theMC-800MFD Controllerhen in the as of w mode,the display functions re controlled a MFD mode. When in the SG backup Whenin SG backup mode,the MG-605 by the DC-811Display Controller. processes nd outputs a the samesignals the autopilot nd flight to a director as the SG-605SymbolGeneratorid before failed. However, d it the MG-605 signals are switched through the failed SG. If the MFD checklist is provided, checklistoduleprogrammed eachcustomersperating a m to o requirements installedn the frontof the MFD SymbolGenerator. is i

NOTICE If the MG-605MFD Symbol Generator s sentin for repairor exchange, he i t checklistodulehas to be removed m and retained for installation the in replacement MG-605.

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7. Fliciht Control System A. SP-200 Autopilot Computer (SeeFigure 218 (Section ), Figure 3 7-1,and Table7-l.)
The Autopilot Computer processes information about the aircraft actual attitude versus a desired attitude as a function of selected flight mode In addition to the to produce pitch, roll, and yaw control outputs. modes selectable on the Autopilot Controller, the Autopilot will produce pitch and roll outputs for any flight director mode except go-around. The computer also has torque switching, on the pitch and roll outputs, as a function of altitude.

SP-200 Autopilot Computer Figure 7-1

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Dimensions (maximum):

mm) Length ............................................ 12.65 n. (321.3 Width .............................................. 2.79 in. (70.9 mm) Height ............................................. 7.62 n. (193.5 mm)

. Weight(maximum)...................................... 7.0 lb
Power Requirements ................. 115V, 400 tlz, 40

(3.18 kg)

VA; 28Vdc, 100W

MatingConnector: J1 ............................. CannonPartNo.


Mounting DPX2MA-67S67S-33B-OO01

................................ Tray, Honeywell P?rt No. 4011646

SP-200 Autopilot omputer C


Leading Particulars Table 7-1

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Director Computer (SeeFigures 7-2 and 7-3,and Table7-2.) 7. B. FZ-500Flight
The Flight Director

processes nformation i aboutactualaircraft attitude versus desired aircraft attitude a function selected as of flight modeto produce pitchand rollsteering command outputs the EADI. It also to
provides flight director pitch and roll mode steering information to the m autopilot computer whennot in the go-around ode.

FZ-500 Flight

Director Computer Figure 7-2

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VA; 28 V dc, 15 W

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7. c.
MS-205

Mode Selector

(See Figures 7-4 and 7-5, and Table 7-3.)

The Mode Selector provides pushbutton lateral and vertical

mode selection,ndmodeannunciation the Integratedlight a for F Control applies groundto the FDC a system. The FD OFF switch, whenpressed, causing the removal FD commands the EADI. The DIM control of on provides dimming for the ModeSelector annunciators.

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Dimensions maximum): ( ......... 4.50 n. (114.3 mm) Length(frombackof mounting plate) mm) Width................................11:1 ......... 5.17 n. (131.4 Height............................................. 2.01 in. (51.1 mm) . Weight(maximum)........................................ 3 O lb (1.4kg) PowerRequirements Primary .............................................. 28 V dc, 20 W Lighting ............................................... 5Vacordc MatingConnector: J1 ..................................................... MS3126F20-41S Mounting .......................................................... Screws MS-205ModeSelector Leadina Particulars T~ble7-3

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7. D. PC-500 Autopilot ontroller SeeFigures C ( 7-6 and 7-7,andTable7-4.)

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Dimensions

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Length............................................ 4.81in. (122.2 mm) Width ............................................. 5.75 in. (146.1 mm) Height ............................................. 2.63 in. ~66.7 mm) Weight(maximum).................,..................... 2.0 lb . PowerRequirements: Pushbuttons................................................ 28 V dc . Lighting ............................................... 5Vacordc MatingConnector: J1 ................................. ................... MS3126F18-32S
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The autopi controllerrovides meansof engaging autopilot nd ot p the the a yaw damperas wellas manually controlling autopilothrough the t theTURN p describe eachcontrol. knob and P TCHwheel. The following aragraphs switchis usedto engage the 7. D. (1) AP ENGAGE Switch- The ENGAGE autopilot.Engaging autopilot utomatically the a engages the yaw damper. The autopilotay be engaged m withthe airplane any in w coupleto any reasonablettitude.The autopilotillautomatically a modesselected themode selector,ponengagement. on u i theyaw damper (2) YD ENGAGE Switch- Whenthe autopilot s notengaged, may be utilized the YD engage by mode. (3) BANKLIMITSwitch- When in the HDGmode,thisswitchis usedto decrease the flight director rollcommand banklimitto 12 degrees. (4) SOFTRIDESwitch- The SOFTRIDEON switch reduces autopilot ains g while still maintaining stability in rough air. Thismode may be used with any flight director modeselected. (5) Elevator TRIM Indicator The elevator RIMindicatorhowsout-ofT s trimconditiony displayingP or DN whena susta$nedignalis b U s beingapplied theelevator to servo. (6) TEST EACHFLT Button The TEST EACH FLT the torque limit monitors. Also, on the accelerometer and roll rate monitors are autopilot, pressing the TEST button will disengage by simulating a failure in the button provides a test for Citation V the tested. After engaging the cause the autopilot to monitors. THIS TEST SHOULD

BE PERFORMED RIORTO EACHFLIGHT. P (7) PITCHWheel


- Rotation of the PITCH wheel results in a change of pitch attitude proportional to the rotation of the wheel and in the

of withthe direction f wheelmovement.Movement thewheel, o autopilot ngaged, illcancelthe ALT holdmode. e w (8) TURNKnob- Rotation the TURNknobout of detentresults a of in rollcommand.The rollangleis proportional and in the to direction f the TURNknobrotation.The TURNknobmustbe in o detent(center position) efore b the autopilotan be engaged. c Rotation the TURNknobcancels of anylateral modeselected.

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(SeeFigure7-8 and 7-9,and Table7-5.) 7. E. AG-222Accelerometer
The Accelerometer is a closed loop, forcebalanced devicewitha linear It output proportional aircraft to vertical acceleration. has self-contained electronics incorporates and self-test apabilities. c

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ilimensions (maximum): Length ............................................. Width ..............................................

in. (57.2 mm) in. (26.2 mm) Height.............................................. 2.39in, (60.7 mm)
2.25 1.03

. Weight(maximum)....................................... 5.0 oz (127gm) PowerRequirements: Excitation............................., (+)and (-) 15 V dc, 1.0W MatingConnector: J1 ................................................ BendixJT06RE8-35S Mounting ..................................................... HardMount AG-222Accelerometer Leading Particulars Table7-5

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17. V 7-10and 7-11, F. RZ-220RollRateMonitor Citation Only (SeeFigures Table7-6.) The rollratemonitor receives 3-wiresynchro rollattitude fromthe thisrollattitude signal for absolute VG-14AVertical Gyro. It monitors rollanglesof greater than400 and rollratesin excess 200/see. of Whenever theseparametersre exceeded, relayin the rollratemonitor a a whichcauses the autopiloto disengage. t deenergizes,

RZ-220RollRateMonitor Figure 7-10

Dimensions maximum): ( mm) Length. ... ...,... ... ... .............,...... 5.62in. (142.75 mm) Width.. ... ..................................... 3.93in. (99.82 mm) Height. ........... .............................. 2.65in. (67.31
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7. G. SM-200ServoDriveandSB-201Bracket. (SeeFigures 7-12and 7-13,and Tables7-7 and 7-8.) The ServoDrivetranslates electricalnputsintoa clutched i rotational mechanicalutput. Thisassembly,itha splineoutputon the clutch, o w mateswith the drumand bracket assembly.Tachometer ateand Synchro r position signals are fed backto the autopilot omputer c servoamplifier. The drumand bracket unitis bolted the aircraft to structure and connected parallel the aircraft in to primary control rigging through .cables.

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Dimensions (maximum): 8.825 in.

(224.3 mm) 5.065in. (128.8 mm) Width............................................


Length ........................................... Height ............................................ 3.97 in. (100.8 mm)

Weight(maximum)...................................... 56 lb (2.55kg) . PowerRequirements: Clutch.................................................. ..... 28 V dc


Motor Stall ............................................. 28 V dc, 56 W Synchro ............................................ 26 ~~,400 Hz, 1 VA Stall Torque ........................................... Mating Connector: J1 ................................................... P-K)6E-14-19S(SR) .................................................. .. Hard Mount Upto1601b-in.

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DashNo. -906 -914

Power GearRatio 38.9:1 18.6:1

Synchro GearRatio 151.1:1 151.1:1

Clutch Hi Pin F G

Clutch Hi Pin J H

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8.

PRIMUS@ 650 Weather Radar System

A.

WU-650 Antenna and Receiver/Transmitter and Table 8-l.)

Unit (See Figures 8-1 and 8-2,

The WU-650 Antenna and Receiver/Transmitter Unit generates and receives X-bandradiofrequencynergy for the purposes weather e of det~ction and ground mapping. The 9345i30 MHz transmitted signals are sentdirectly to the antenna fromtransmitter circuitryounted the rearof the m on antenna. Echo signals received by the antenna are applied directly to the receiver which is also mounted directly to the antenna. The IF, video,
and processing system processes these signals by encoding them into one of four levels depending on their intensity, scan converts th~m, and outputs the scan converted data to the various display systems.

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Dimensions (maximum): 10.00

in. (254.0 mm) Height(Antenna lat).......................... 9.00 in. (228.6 f mm) mm) Height(Antenna ullac) ...................... 13.20in. (335.3 f
Base Diameter .................................

Weight............................................... 13.cllb(5.90kg)
Prime Power ......................... +22 to +32 V dc, 90 watts, maximum

Antenna
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Size .......................................

Transmitter Frequency ................................................. 9345t30MHz power ....................................... 1.3kW, nominal, magnetron Pulse Widths ................... 1.2, 1.5, 2.4, 4.8, 9, 18, and 27 usec, determined by selected range PRF ......................................... 120, 240, 360, and480 Hz, determined by selected range Receiver
Noise Figure ........................................... 8.5dB, typical

IF Frequency .................................................. 35 MHz .. MHz,nominal IF Bandwidth ........................................ 0.[1 .. Commensurate with selected pulsewidth VideoBandwidth ................. STC ............................................... Present allmodes in
MDS ................................. 112.4 dBm nominal, on 300 NM range

Displayed Ranqes
WXGMAP .......................... 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 200, and 300, NM r full scale with fiveconcentricange rings(cyanfor WX, greenfor GMAP)

Flight Plan .............

5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 200, 300, 500, and 1000 NM full scale with fiveconcentricangerings r

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Dimensions

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mm) Length (from rear of bezel) .................... 11.49 in. (2!]l.85 Width.......................................... 6.27in. (159.13 mm) Height.......................................... 4.83in. (122.68 mm) Weight(maximum)...................................... 12.Olb (5.45kg) . PowerRequirements: maximum Primary............................... +27.5V dc, 36 watts., Lighting ............................ 28Vdc, at O.20A, nominal, or 5 V ac/dc, 0.75A. nominal MatingConnectors: J101 ................................................. MS3126F22-21S J102 ................................................. MS3126F14-19S Mounting ........................... Tray,Honeywell PartNo. 701.1359-901 WI-650Weather RadarIndicator Leading Particulars Table8-2

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The indicator provides all control functions

for the weather radarsystem and displays scanconvertedata,processed y the WU-650on a 5-inch d b cyan, diagonal colorCRT. Colors provided are red, green,blue.yellow, of on magenta, white,andblack. The function eachcontrol the indicator is listedin Table8-3.

BRT

Single-turn display brightnessontrol c thatadjusts increases isplay d brightnessf display.CW rotation o brightnessnd CCW rotation a decreases brightness. Single-turn rotary control whichvarie:i antenna tilt between degrees and 15 degrees 15 up down. The range
between +5 degrees and -5 degrees is expanded for ease of setability. When pulled, stabilization inputs are disabled and pitch and roll are assumed to be zero.

TILT

GAIN

Single-turn rotary control which varie:; the RTA receiver gain. Control is active when pulled, and when pushed, receiver gain is preset and calibrated Selection of RCT overrides the variable gain setting causing receiver

gainto be fixedand calibrated. position CW produces preset gain. Mode OFF SBY ON FP TST TGT Five-position rotary control whichselects primary radar modes. Removes powerfromsystem. systemin nonoperational mode. Standby.Places Places systemin the operational mode :jelected WX or by GMP pushbuttons.
Flight Plan. Permits the singular display of navigational data provided through the UDI port. Activates the system self-test mode. Momentary alternate-action pushbutton which enables

the Target Alertfunction.RTA becomes operational if FP mode is selected andTargetAler:enabled.

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RTC GMP Wx RANGE

Momentary alternate-action pushbutton which enables the rain echo attenuation compensation technique function. Momentary pushbutton which selects the ground mapping display mode. Momentary pushbutton which selects the weather display

mode. Two-pushbutton rangeselection system whichpermits rangeselection rom5 to 300 NM full scale n the ON f Mode or 5 to 1000 NM full scale in the Flighl. Plan Mode. The uparrow pushbuttonelects s increasinganges r while the downarrowpushbuttonelects s decreasing when switching ranges. The lastrangeis remembered between ON and FP.
Upon reaching maximum or minimum range, further pressing of the pushbutton causes the range to rollover to If fSBY is minimum or maximum range, respectively. wired to a weight-on-wheels switch, the unit will be in Forced Standby on the ground unless both RANGE pushbuttons are pressed simultaneously.

AZ SCT

Momentary alternate-action pushbutton which permits displaying and removing azimuth marks from the display. Alternate-action pushbutton which selects either full or scan azimuth scan angle (120 degrees) sectorazimuth angle(60 degrees).

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WC-650Weather RadarControllerSeeFigures ( 8-5 and8-6,and 8. C. Optional Tables8-4 and 8-5.)

AD-1s72 5

WC-650 Weather RadarControl 1er Figure 8-5

Dimensions

(maximum):

mm) Length (from rear of bezel) ...................... 7.0 in. (277.8 mm) 5.75 in. (146.1 Width ........................................... Height ........................................... 1.87 in. (47.5 mm) Weight ................................................. 12.0

lb (5.45kg)

PowerRequirements: maximum Primary......................... +22to +32 V dc, 5.8watts, 28 V dc at 6.0 watts,nominal, or .......................... Lighting 5 V ac/dcat 4.6watts,nominal . MatingConnectors:..................................... MS27473E14B-18S withstrain relief MS27506-B14-2 ........................................... UnitScrewFasteners Mounting WC-650 Weather RadarController Leading Particulars Table8-4

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The WC-650Controlleretsthemodes,range,and antenna s tiltusedto display radarinformation the EHSI. The controller also contains the on themodesof Sensor System(LSS)switch which is usedto con-trol Lightning the LSS. er The functon of eachcontrol theWC-650Control is listedin on 8-5. Control TILT Function Single-turn rotary control whichvarie:; antenna tilt between degrees up and 15 degrees 15 down. The range between degrees +5 and -5 degrees expanded ease is for of setability. Four-position rotaryswitch whichselects the Lightning SensorSystem modes. OFF SBY LX CLR/TST All powerremoved fromLightningensor S System. Display datafromthe Lightningensor of S Systemis inhibited,ut it is accumulating b data. Lightningensor S Systemif fullyoperational and displayingn the Indicator. o - Accumulated datais cleared frommemoryof the Lightning the SensorSystem.After3 seconds, testmode is initiated n the LightningensorSystem. i S An annunciator centered the loweredgeof the panel. on Thisannunciator usedin a dualcontroller is installation lights and whenever thiscontrollers in i the OFF modeand the opposite sidecontrollers in any i modeexcept OFF.
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Control RADAR OFF STBY Wx GMAP FP TEST GAIN

Function
Six position rotary switch which selects primary radar modes.

Removes power
Standby.

from system.

Places system in nonoperational mode.

mode. display Selects the weather

map mode. Selects the ground Selects the system mode. Selects the system
flight plan (navigation) display

self test mode.

Sinqleturn rotary control which varies the RTA receiver gai~. Receiver g~in is calibrated in the PRESET
CCW provides minimum receiver gain. position. Selection of REACT overrides the gain contro~ setting, causing the receiver gain to be fixed and ca~ibrated.

Range

A two-pushbutton range selection system which permits range selection from 50 to 300 NM full scale in the ON mode or 5 to 1000 NM full scale in the Flight Plan mode. The uparrow selects increasing ranges while the down

arrowselects decreasinganges. r RCT REACT- Momentary lternating a action pushbuttonhich w enables the bluebackgroundieldto indicate f ranges at whichthe receiver calibration beenexceeded. has Compensation active all timesunlessthe REACT is at Compensation Override on the RTA connector pin is grounded, whichcasethe compensation enabled in is coincidentally withthe bluefielddisplay.The REACT off condition s annunciated i abovethe switch. Momentary lternate ction a a pushbutton whichpermits disabling tabilization s inputs.Whendisabled, the OFFcondition s annunciated i abovethe switch, and are assumed be zero, to pitch and rollinputs

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Control Function

TGT SECT

- Momentary lternating a action pushbuttonhichselects w target alertfunction. - Sector. Momentary


alternating action pushbutton switch which selects either full azimuth scan (120 degrees) or sector scan (60 degrees).

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9. Or)tional FMZ-800 Fliqht Managementystem(FMS) S A. NZ-61ONavigationomputer C (SeeFigures 9-1 and 9-2,and Tabl~?-l.) 9

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Dimensions (maximum):

(432.6 mm) 4.91 ir. (124.7 mm) Width............................................ 7.62ir. (193.5 mm) Height...........................................
Length .......................................... 17.03 ir. Weight (approximate) ................................... 14.8 lb (6.71 kg) 28 V dc, 65 W

PowerRequirements
Mating Connector:

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J1 ...........................
Mounting

Cannon Part No. DPX2-67S-I06P-33B-O089 Tray, Part No. 7003272-903

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NZ-61O Navigation Computer Leading Particulars Table9-1 The NZ-61O Navigationomputer C provides bothlateral and vertical navigation c has navigationata d guidance.The navigationomputer a l12kbyteinternal basethatis usedfor storage waypoints,avaids, of n routes, airports, nd a otherNAVdatafor easyaccess the pilot. The navigatior~ computer can by interface with three long term sensors via ARINC 429 busesand the ASCB. Eachnavigationomputer c can alsoconnect dualDME receivers nd a single to a t and MG-605(MFD), over is VOR receiver. The interfaceo the SG-605(EFIS), the ASCBand the linkto the CDU is over an RS-422 private-line interface.
With links to the on-board navigation sensors, the navigatic~n computer develops an FMS position based on a blend or mix of the sensors.The FMS doesnot directly display navigation maps on the CDU; howev~r, the FMS is the source of map data for othercockpit displays such as EFIS. Display of map data is achieved by the utilization of the internal data base and ASCB 1/0. The navigationatabaseis subject updating a 28 day interval.The d to on DL-800 data loader is used for this purpose. The navigation functions of the system include accurate computations of Navaid selection and tuning of the VOR aircraft position and groundspeed. and DME receivers can also be accomplished through the FMS. Aircraft position is computed using data received from the radios (VORand/or DME and/or Omega). The navigation computer calculates groundspPed using radio inputs.

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The navigationomputer c selects frequencies for scanDME or two single channel DMEs. However,
tuning the VOR anc a directed the NAV radios car be tuned by either the navigation computer supplied frequencies or a frequency t is transmitted by the VHF NAV control head. When in autotune, he VCIR/DME listeningo the navigationomputer t c for selection of the VOR frequency and

In t is as manyas threeDME frequencies. the manualposition, he VOF./DME listening o the VHF NAV control head which can select a VOR and/cr DME t station for display on the EHSI.
The aircraft position is computed as a function of

logicswitches called update modesare radic/inertial, navigationpdate u modes. The fourposition m radioonly, inertial onlyand deadreckoning.The navigationod~hierarchy is a function sensor of anddataavailability.

The radio/inertial position computed usingradioposition.The radio is by position thencombined iththe calculatednertial is w i velocity fcr computing I o radio/inertial r)osition.f validrho/theta r omeqadata is beirq received ~ w on the ground, radioposition illbe computed.dataand valid The radioonlymode is active whenthereis no validinertia radiodatais beingreceived. The DeadReckoningode is activatedhen the followingond tionsare true: m w c
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There is a valid mag heading input. A radio position cannot be computed. A valid true airspeed is available from the air data computer.

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A dead reckoning position is calculated from the last known aircraft position using the track and distance traveled along that track. Heading, ADC true aircraft groundspeed airspeed, and the last known wind are usedto estimate CDU .

p update mode is annunciated the on and track. The deadreckoningosition update mode The annunciator is automatically cleared whenthe position transitions of deadreckoning. out

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1 GMT CLOCK

Cou INTERFACE

DATA LOADER

ARINC 429 XMIT

DATA uASE E2 PROM

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9. B. CD-800Control Display Unit (SeeFigures 9-3 and 9-4,andTabe9-2.)

PHOTO SENSOR /

ANNUNCIATORS /

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CRT DISPLAY~

LEFT LINE SELECT\ KEYS

SCRATCHPA~ MODE KEYS

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Dimensions

(maximum):

Length .......................................... 7.50in. (190.5 mm) mm) Width ............................................ 5.75 in. (146.1 mm) Height........................................... 6.75 in. (171.5

Weight............................................... 9.4 lb PowerRequirements:

(4.27 kg)

28 Vdc, 40 W Primary ............................................. Lighting ..................................................... 5Vac

MatingConnector: J1 ................................................... PS3126F22-55SX


Mounting .......................................... Unit Screw Fasteners

CD-800Control Display Unit Leading Particulars Table9-2

The CD-800Control Display Unit (CDU) is the pilot interface with the FMS The CRT displays relative flight information to the pilot. The . pilotenters alphanumeric data into the system via the full alphanumeric t to keyboard. This data appears in the scratchpado be lineselected the appropriate position the CRT display. The CDU function controls are on p described in the following aragraphs: 9. B. (1) CRT Display
- A monochrome CRT is usedto display dataon the CDU. The displays consist of 9 lines, each line containing 24 characters. The first line is a title line and the ninth line is the scratchpad. The intermediate lines and scratchpad are available for datadisplay

and entry. (2) PhotoSensors and Brightness Control CRT brightnessontrol c is provided orderto maintain in readability underdim lightas wellas directsunlight.This is accomplished in two ways:

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9. B. (2) (a) Manually the brightnessnob- The brightnessnobis by k k provided manually to varythe intensity f the CRT display o
a given ambient light level. (b) Automatically by the photo sensors - The photosensors sense the ambient light and adjust the CRT brightness automatically to maintain the relative brightness set by the brigiltness knob. for

(3)

Annunciators

located the top o-f at the CDU - The six annunciators keyboard paneloperate independently fromthe CRT and keyboard.

Lighting of the annunciators is initiated by the Navigation Computer via the RS422 serial data link. The two colorsused for annunciations are white and amber. White indicates an advisory type annunciation, and amber indicates an alerting type annunciation.

The following aragraphs p describe eachannunciator: (a) Display (DSPLY) Annunciator The DSPLYannunciators an i advisory type(white) thatlights whenthe CDU is displaying a OF pagethatis not relative the current aircraft l;~teral to vertical flight path. The DSPLYannunciator will lightunder the followingonditions: c . Whendisplaying flightplan page a
other than Page 1.

. Whendisplaying storedflightplanpage. a
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Whendisplayinghe CHANGE t ACTIVELEG

message.

. (b)

When defining the Intercept waypoint on the ac:ive leg.

Dead Reckoning (DR)Annunciator - The DR annunciator is an alerting type (amber) that lights whenthe FMS is ni~vigating

via the DR modewhichis defined be the lossof radio to updating the lossof all position and sensors.The DR annunciator willlightunderthe following onditions: c .
When the

FMS has beenoperating the DR mode for longer in than3 minutes.

. WhentheAPRCHannunciator illuminated position is and updating fromall sources lostfor more than 30 seconds is
and the radio is not procedure tuned. . When the APRCH annunciator is illuminated and position updating from all sources is lost for more than 5 seconds

and the radiois procedure uned. t

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9. B. (3) (c)
I)egraded (DGRAD) Annunciator - The DGRAD annunciator is an a advisory type (white) that lights whenthe FMS has entered

o is degraded navigationode. The definitionf degraded when m the FMS cannot guarantee the required accurac:f for the present willlightunderthe segment flight. The DGRADannunciator of following onditions: c . Whenthe aircraft withinthe terminal is area,50.8NM, and the required accuracy cannotbe guaranteediththe w available osition p sensors.
q

Whenthe aircraft withinthe approach is area,10 NM, and the required accuracy cannotbe guaranteediththe w available osition p sensors.

If the DEGRADannunciator on whenthe DR annunciators is i turned on, the DEGRADannunciator will be turnedoff. i (d) Message(MSG)Annunciator The MSG annunciators an advisory type (white) thatlights whenthe FMS is disp!aying a message shall in the scratchpado the flight t crew. The annunciator extinguishfterthe message(s)avebeencleared from the a h
scratchpad.

(e)

OFFSET Annunciator

is type - The OFFSETannunciator an advisory (white) thatlights when a laterally offset path has been entered into the FMS using the progress page. The annunciator turnsoff whenthe offsethas been removed. If there is an
offset when the APRCH annunciator is lighted, the offset will be removed and the annunciator turned off.

(f) Approach (APRCH) Annunciator The APRCHannunciators an i advisory type (white) thatlights when in approach mode. The NAV Computer outputsensitivity lateral of deviation the to EHSIwillbe rampedto a higher sensitivity whenthe annunciator lighted. The APRCH annunciato~ willlightunder is the following onditions: c . If the destination elevation specified,istance is d to destinations lessthan15 NM, altitude lessthan2500 i is feetabovethe destination elevation,nd :he speedis less a than200 knots.
c If the destination elevation is not specified, distance to destination is less than 15 NM, and speed is less than 200 knots.

. If the APRCHannunciator illuminated the aircraft is and fliesout of the aboveconditions, theAPRCHannunciator willbe extinguished the sensitivity and rt~mped normal. to
. When the pilot selects APP on the

modeselector.

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9. B. (4) LineSelectKeys- Thereare fourlineselectkeyson eachsideof t one through the CRT display. For reference,he keysare defined fourfromtop to bottom eithersideof the CRT. A leftand right on is alsoassigned define to the sideof the CRT on whichthe key is lineselectkey ILis the top leftline located. For example, selectkey. In the caseof an indexdisplay, the lineselect keyscan be usedto selectsub-modes ithinthemajormodes. In displays otoer than w u index, the lineselectkeys4L and 4R are Primarilysed for direct access othermodesin ~he FMS. Datacan be cop~ed the to to scratchpadhrough t the useof a lineselectkey,and onesdatahas ion beenentered intothe scratchpad, eithervia lineselec: or allowable manualkeyboard entry,it may be selected anyof the to ished simpy lineselectfields a givenpage. Thiscan be accomp on wishthe by depressinghe key adjacent the linein whichyou t to scratchpadatato be inserted. d keys,andthe function of (5) Function Keys - Thereare fourfunction each is described the following aragraphs: in p (a) Previous (PREV) andNEXTPageKeys - The numberof pagesin a particularodeor menudisplay m are shownin the upperright handcornerof the display.The formatis AA/BB.AA for Pagechanges shallbe doneby pilotviewing/modification. selecting he PREVand NEXTkeys. Whenin the PLANmode,these t keyswill incrementr decrement map center o the waypoint. (b) Clear(CLR)Key - The CLR keyperforms the following unctions: f . Whena message present the scratchpad, is in pre:ising the CLR key shalldeletethatmessage. . Whenan alpha-numeric entryresides the scratchpad, in one character shallbe cleared fromthe scratchpadfromright ( to left)for eachtimethe buttonis pressed. . When an alpha-numeric entryresides the scratchpadnd in a the CLR key is helddown,the firstcharacter cleared is within100msec. After400 msechaveelapsed, characters will be cleared 100msec intervals or as longas the key at f is helddown. (c) Delete(DEL)Key - Whenthereis no message the $cratchpad in and the DEL key is pressed, *DELETE* a willappearin the scratchpad. Thismay now be lineselected delete to waypoints and otheritemsdisplayed n the CDU. Whenthereis a message o displayed,he deleteoperation illbe inhibited. t w
sicinifies the number of the current page that is displayed. BEsignifies the total number of pag;s that are available

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9. B. (6)
Mode Keys - There are fivemode keys, and the funczion of each is described in the following paragraphs:

(a)

the PERFmode key shall Performance (PERF) ModeKey - Pressing The pilot enable the pilot to access the performance page(s). may select enterthe applicablenformation or i through the use of the lineselectkeys.

(b)

Navigation

(NAV) Mode Key - Pressing the NAV r~ode ey shall k The pilot may enable the pilotto access the NAV indexpage by the lineselectkey. select any of the sub-modes pressing

the (c) FlightPlan(FPL)ModeKey - Pressing FPLmode key shall display the firstpageof the flight plan. 1= thereis no flight plancurrently ntered, pilotmay manually e the entera flight plan,or createa stored flight plan, selecta stored flight plan. t (d) Progress (PROG) ModeKey - Pressing he PROGmodekey shall display the firstpageof the progress pages. The purpose of thismode is to show the current status of the flight. This
first progress page shall display the to waypoint, the destination, the navaids that are currently tuned for radio updating, and the update status of each navigation computer.

(e) Direct To/Intercept (DIR) ModeKey - Pressing DIR modekey the shalldisplay the active flight planwiththe DIRECTand INTERCEPTrompts. p Display Unitprovides full a (7) Alphanumeric Keys- The Control alphanumeric keyboard enable to pilotinputs the scratchpadf to o foreachletter the alphabet well of as the CDU. A key is provided as eachnumber, decimal, minussignand slash. (8) Scratchpad The scratchpadrovides working p a areafor the pilotto enterdataand/or verifythe databefore lineselecting to the it alsoprovides advisory and desired position.The scratchpad alerting messages be displayedo the pilot. Datashallbe to t retained the scratchpadhroughoutllmodeand pagechanges. in t a

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9. c. DL-800DataLoader(SeeFigures 9-5 and 9-6,and Table9-3.)

AD-1 2269R1

DL-800Data Loader Figure9-5

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Length ......................................... 7.87 in. (199.90 mm) Width.......................................... 13.75in. (349.25 mm) Height......................................... 14.49in. (368.05 mm) Weight (maximum) ....................................... 14.1

lb (6.4kg)

PowerRequirements: Primary .......................................... Lighting .......................................... MatingConnector: J1 .................................................... MS3126f16-26$


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The DL-800 DataLoaderis used-to transfer navigationelated r datato the to in of NZ-61ONAV computer. The DL-800has the capacity transfer excess 320kbytesstored a 3-1/2inchmini-diskette. t has an RS-422 on I interfaceiththe NAV computer. w 9. c. (1)
Navigation Data Base Loading -

The DL-800DataLoader provides transfer dataderived of fromthe Jeppesen databa~efroma 3-1/2 inchfloppy diskto the NZ-61ONAV Computer local IIEPROM memory.

This data includes navaids, waypoints, airports, airport runways, partitions airport procedures, and jet routes organized in regional every of the entire Jeppesen data source. The databaseis updated

rateis 312kbaud. The totaltime 28 days. The datatransfer required loada fulldatabaseis approximatelyminutes. to 3 (2) F1ightPlanLoading The DL-800DataLoader alsohas the capability of interfacing witha groundbasedLockheed Jet Plancomputer or It of an flight plan equivalent. is capable transferring optimized fromthe groundbasedcomputer the navigationomputer to c via a plan,th~~ following ata d 3-1/2 inch floppy disk. Foreachflight o destin(ition, windsand waypoints,rigin, willbe stored: lateral temperatures eachwaypoint. at

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9. D. OZ-800Receiver Processornit (SeeFigures U 9-7 and 9-8,and Table9-4.)

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Dimensionsmaximum): (
Length ......................................... 14.58n. (370.33 mm) mm) Width ........................................... 2.25 in. (57.15 7.60 :n. (193.04 mm) Height ......................................... Weight (maximum) ....................................... 65

lb (2.95kg)

PowerRequirements .................................... 28 V dc, 40 W max


Frequency ............................................. ..................... 10.2 to 13.6 kHz

Mating Connector Mounting

Cannon Part No. DPX13MA-57-335-0001 Tray

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OZ-800Receiver Processor nit U Leading Particulars Table9-4 The OZ-800Receiver Processornit (RPU)receives U and processes atafrom d the groundbasedOMEGA/VLF tations provide s to latitude, longitude,-S N velocity, -W velocity, nd station E a information the flight to management receives OMEGA/VLF the signals and converts them for system. The antenna processing by the RPU. All signals from or to the RPU are transmitted over the antenna witht12 voltsdc an ARINC 429 data bus. The RPU alsosupplies power.

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9-9 andTable!1-5. ) BrickAntenna(SeeFigure 9. E. AT-801H-Field OMEGA/VLF ignals s and converts themfor alsoincorporates built-in test processingy the OZ-800RPU. The antenna b circuitry o monitor t itsown operation.

AT-801H-Field BrickAntenna Figure 9-9

Dimensions maximum): ( mm) Length......................................... 6.50 in.(165.10 mm) Width.......................................... 5.65 in.(143.51 mm) Height.......................................... 1.75in. (44.45 Weight ............................................... 2.2lb (1.00kg) MatingConnector .................................... M8:3723-86R-14-15N .. Mounting .................................................... Hardmount usingsixnonmagnetic hexheadscrews, 10-32x 1.00 AT-801 H-Field Brick
Antenna Leading Particulars Table 9-5

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10.
Optional 5RZ-850 A. Integrated Radio System 10-2, and Table

RNZ-850 Integrated Navigationnit(SeeFigures U 10-1and


lo-l.)

AD-I 3743-R1

RNZ-850 Integrated Navigationnit U Figure10-1

Dimensions

(maximum):

Length ....................................... 14.01in. (355.9 mm) Width ......................................... 8.90 in. (226.1 mm)
Height Weight ........................................ 3.36 in. 13.6 (85.3 mm) .............................................. ..........................

lb (6.16kg)

Power Requirements

28Vdc, 69VA (nominal), 26 V, 400 Hz, 18.3VA (maximum)

Mounting

................................... Tray,PartNo. 7510124-9OX (includes mating connectors)

RNZ-850 Integrated Navigationnit U Leading Particulars Table10-1

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The RNZ-850 Integrated Navigationnit is a complete U self-contained the navigationystem. It contains NV-850VHF NAV Receiver module, the s
DF-850 Automatic Direction Finder (ADF) module and a stix-channel scanning DM-850 Distance Measurement Equipment (DME) module. Also

withinthe navigationnitis a cluster u modulewhichcontains the circuitry ecessary o handle n t all of the digital outputs the of navigationnitmodules u and placethemon the digital audioand radio system buses. Another function of the cluster module ;s an MLS The cluster modulehas circuitry nd drivers feedthe a to Interface. information coming fromthe RSB to the ML-850 MLS Receiver in the same manner as it feeds information to one of the internal modules. This makesthe external MLS,in effect, moduleof the NAV unit; however, it a applications is housed separately so it may be used for independent wherea fullNAV unit is not needed. Eachone of themodules has itsown individualemperature sensor, t and any modulecan callforcooling air by notifying he c-luster t module, whichcontrols cooling the fan located the mounting on rackat the rear of the unit. When the temperature within the unit has dropped adequately to satisfy the conditions, the cluster module willdeactivate is fullyby the cluster moduleand the fan. The fan operation monitored is tested eachtimepoweris applied the unitas we-nas being to verified thatit is running duringthe necessary operating eriods. p VHF NAV Receiver 10. A. (1) NV-850 The NAV receiver contains VOR/Localizer, the GlideSlope,and MarkerBeacon Receivers. The VOR portion the NAV receiver usedto in+:ercept of is a VOR radialin the radiofrequency angeof 108.00 117.95 r to MHz on channels spaced kHz apart. The VOR receiver provides radio 50
deviation, To-From, bearing, and flag outputs to zhe EFIS Symbol Generator for display on the EHSI and to the FZ-500 Flight Director c and tracking the selected of VOR Computer for automaticapture

radial . The NAV receiver alsocontains the ILScomponentshichare the w localizer, glideslope, andmarkerbeaconreceivers. The localizer eceiver usedfor processingaw localizer ata r is r d for use in liningup the aircraft the centerlinef the runway. on o The localizer requencyangeis 108.10 111.95 f r to MHz on channels d outputis displayed spaced kHz apart. The localizereviation 50 on the EADIand EHSIand is applied the FZ-500Flight to Director Computer use in automatic apture for c and tracking the localizer of beam.

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The glide slope receiver is used for processing glide slope data for use in guiding the aircraft down to the runway in a linear The glide slope frequency range is 329.15 to 335.00 MHz descent. on channels spaced 150 kHz apart. The glide slope deviation output is displayed on the EADI and EHSI and is applied to the FZ-500 Flight Director Computer for use in automatic capture and tracking of the glide slope beam. The 75 MHz marker beacon receiver detects the three tones of the marker beacons and provides audio and lamp drive outputs to annunciate on the EADI the outer marker (blue), middle marker (amber), and inner marker (white). The navigation receiver has extensive built-in test circuitry. This BITE operation includes a self-test signal generator and modulator built into the unit. When energized by flight crew or power-up command, the injected signal is identical to a VOR/ILS signal and starts the testing at the earliest possible stages of the various receivers, just after the antenna. BITE commands an extensive check of the various circuitry within the NAV receiver and will cause the various outputs to move in a very specified and regular sequence, allowing the pilot to confirm that the entire navigation receiver is operating properly. Additionally, there are other maintenance monitor and signal monitors associated with the NAV module which continuously check for proper operation and valid signals within the unit. These circuits continuously watch over the operation of the unit and, should any operating parameter move outside of its nominal range, this condition will be stored in nonvolatile memory for subsequent maintenance readout. The NV-850 also has its own self-contained power supply which is fed from a dedicated pin on the main connector of the unit allowing for independent application of aircraft supply voltages to the NAV receiver.

10. A.

(2)

DM-850 DME The DM-850 Distance Measuring Module is a six-channel scanning DME that simultaneously tracks four selected DME channels for distance, ground speed, and time to station as well as tracking two This gives the system additional channels for the IDENT functions. the capability of tracking four channels and having the decoded The identifier readily available from two additional channels. unit dedicates two of its four channels to a Flight Management System when installed. Thus with an FMS, the flight crew has two remaining channels to control and display IDENT, distance, time to station, and ground speed. The IDENT only channels will have decoded IDENT ready, so when the crew selects the preset VOR channel, the instant search capability of its DME will allow the functionality of 4 full-time channels for the crew.

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The ranging capability of the DME is up to

300miles, groundspeed capabilityp to 1000knots, u and time-to-station capabilityp to u are sentfromthe DME in several 999minutes.Thesesignals formats, of whichis the normalradiosystem one +ormat appearing on the digital bus via the cluster module, anothe]- an RS-422 is format. Alsoprovided an ARINC-568 tandard is s output sixwires of on whichdata,syncand clockare provided output to thedistance. In addition the digital to outputs, 40 millivoltsernautical a p mileanalog outputand audiocapable driving of two 600-ohm audio loadswiththe IDENTsignalis alsoprovided.Selftesting is accomplished a builtin signal via generatorhichis pulsed w to provide complete to end distance a end verification checkof the DME unit.

10. A. (3) DF-850Automatic irection inder D F The DF-850 ADF receiver companionT-860 and A ADF mtenna comprise theAutomatic Direction inder F System. Usedtogether,hesetwo t unitsprovide theADF function capabilityontained the c in integrated unit. The DF-850functionsverthe frequencyange NAV o r of 100 kHzto 1799.5 kHz in addition operating n emergency to o r are rangeof 2181to 2183kHz. All of thesefrequencyanges availableith0.5 kHz increments. w The DF-850 ADF drives conventional analog synchros andRMIsand has strapoptions availableo select SIN/COS AC synchro t DC or drives. In addition itscapabilityf driving to o various pointers,heADF t hasdigital outputs whichare sentto the RSB via the cluster module. TheADF alsohas an RS-422serial dataoutput. As wellas sending itsanaloginformation the cluster to modulefor application the digital to audiosystem, theADF alsohas an output to drivestandard audiointerfaces. For selftesttheADF has a builtin oscillatorircuitryocated c l in the antenna which, whenenergized,ouples c directly intothe antenna circuitry ndprovides complete a a testof the entire ADF system.

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10. B. RCZ-850 Integrated


Table 10-2.)

Communication

Unit (See Figures 10-3 and ,.0-4, and

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RCZ-850 Integrated Communication Unit


Figure 10-3

Dimensions

(maximum):

mm) Length ........................................ 14.1 in. (353.6 Width ......................................... 6.86in. (174.4 mm) ...................................... . 3.32 in. (84.3 Height mm)
Weight .......................................... . . . ............

11.5lb (5.22kg)

PowerRequirements

28 V dc, 36.5 VA (nominal receive mode) 28 V dc, 227 VA ~nominal transmit mode)

Mounting ................................... Tray,PartNo. 75108I4-9OX (includesatingconnector) m RCZ-850 Integrated Communication Unit Leading Particulars
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The RCZ-850 Integrated Communication Unitcontains the TR-850VHF Communication Transceiver moduleand the XS-850ModeS Transponder the module. Also within the RCZ-850 is a cluster module that provides interfaceetween b the TR-850andXS-850and otherunitsof the is the sameas the RNZ-805 integrated radiosystem. Cooling provided Integrated Navigationnit. U VHF Communication Transceiver 10. B. (1) TR-850
The TR-850 VHF COM Transceiver module provides air-to-ground and air-to-air voice and data communications in the radiofrequency rangeof 118.00 136.975 to MHz (or from 118.00 to 151.975 MHz in

extended frequencyange)on channels r spaced25 kdz apartand utilizes amplitudeodulation. m The synthesizer portion the COM is similar function other of in to frequencyynthesizers thatchannels s in are selected via the RSB generates the internal RF andcluster module. The synthesizer signals necessaryor channelingf the COM unit. One of the f o optional features the COM is thatwhen it receives channel of a change, willput out a toneindicatinghatthe frequency as it t h changed the COM receiver the function in if has beenselected by the strapoptions. squelch and a carrier levelsquelch, allowing to operate lconjunction it in with the multi-carrier networks.Also, it has outputs for SELCAL, selectivealling c systemin whichan individualircraft a may be addressedia tonesacrossa COM channel.The audio circuitry has v an output of 100 milliwatts into a 600 ohm loadwhich is the conventional standard. It also has an isolated sidetoneoutputso thatthe receiver transmitter and audiooutputs may be routed, as appropriate, to existing analog type audio systems. The transmitter sidetoneis derived by actually detecting COM the transmitter output. This provides a full checkof themodulator andtransmitter portions the COM. of
The audio circuitry of the COM provides a noise

The COM transmitter alsohas a timeout feature whichcauses the unitto automatically returnto the receive mode aftertwo minutes of continuousransmitting. hisfeature intended protect t T is to the userand others usingthe samefrequency romdisruptionf f o communications caused blocking frequency. by the
Built into the COM is a self-test oscillator which,whenenergized, willcausea signal appearin the receiver to and willverifyits operation.

Otherfeatures the COM include of the standard RadioSystem nonvolatile maintenance and internal onitoringo verify log m t circuitryerformance to recordany deviation p and fromnominal operation or laterrecallby maintenance f personnel.

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The COM transmitter

poweroutputis a nominal watts,a 20 guaranteedinimum 16 watts,and is applicablecross m of a the entire frequency rangeof 118.000 151.975 to MHz. The receiver sensitivity the COM is a nominal of 2.5 (hard) microvolt.

10. B. (2) XS-850ModeS Transponder The XS-850ModeS transponder module works


with the Air Traffic Control Radar Beacon System (ATCRBS) to provide enhanced surveillance and communication capability required for airtraffic

The ModeS Transponder moduleuses1030MHz to control automation. receiveinterrogations 1090MHz to transmit and replies. It is fullyfunctionalithATCRBSModesA and C and capable providing w of BasicModeS operation.ModeS allows digital addressingf o individualircraft a and the communication messages of backand forthbetween the air and the groundand is a fundamental portion of the FAA proposed TCAScollision voidance a system. Whenthe transponder sensesa changein the replycodecommandedy b the control head,it will holdthe current replycodeuntilthe new codehas remained constant for approximatelyseconds.Thenit 3 willbeginto use the newlyselected replycode. This is done in an effortto avoidtransmitting falsealarmsand falseemergency signals whenthe emergency odesare inadvertently during the c used
process of tuning. all the other radio units, the transponder has its own built-in self-test circuitry and its own maintenance log and c i maintenance monitoring circuitry. The self-test ircuitry s

As with

composed oscillators pulsegenerating ircuitry hichwill of and c w inject simulated interrogations intothe transpondereceiver r circuitry erycloseto the antenna v systemandwill completely checkthe transponder code,processing, all of the RF circuitry and by actually simulating knownsignal a comingfromthe ground.

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10. c. ML-850 Microwave Landing System(MLS)Receiver (SeeFigures 10-5and 10-6,andTable10-3.)

AD-l3745-Rz

ML-850 MLS

Receiver Figure10-5

Dimensions

(maximum):

mm) Length ......................................... 14.01 in. (355.9 Width ........................................... 3.08 in. (78.2mm) Height .......................................... 3.36 in. (85.3mm) Weight ................................................. 4.6 lb (2.09kg)
Power Requirements ............................. 28 V dc, 15.5 JAnominal

Mounting ..................................... Tray,PartNo. 7510664-901 (includesating(connector) m ML-850 MLS Receiver


Leading Particulars Table 10-3

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The ML-850 MLS Receiver decodes and processes data fronl an MLS ground station and provides accurate an indicationn bothazimuth(equivalent i to localizer)nd elevation equivalent glideslope)of the deviation a ( to d on fromthe desired flight path. The deviation ata is displayed the EADIand EHSIand is output the FZ-500Flight to Director Computer for use in the approach odeof operation. m The ML-850 operates the frequency angeof 5031.0tc 5090.7 in r MHz on o azimuth 200 channels spaced 3000 kHz apart. Selection f the desired and elevationngleand tuningis accomplished a withthe RM-850RMU. In
its operation, the ML-850 is fully integrated with the RNZ-850 Integrated Navigation Unit and may be though of as simply another module for the RNZ-850.

The ML-850 provides ARINC429 digital outputs(Table 10-4)thatconform to thedatastandardsf ARINCcharacteristic for NILS o 727 receivers. Also provided is a digital DC MorseCodeoutput for usc with a digital
audio system.

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Label m 017 033 035 036 105 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 140 141 142 143 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 160 161 162 163 164 165 173 174 175 176 177 256 257 270 376 377
Data Description Runway Heading ILS/MLS Frequency MLS/DME Frequency MLS Channel Number Runway Headinq MLS A~xiliary-Data Word1A MLS Auxiliary Data Word 2A MLS Auxiliary Data Word 3A MLS Auxiliary Data Word 4A MLS Auxiliary Data Word lB MLS Auxiliary Data Word2B MLS Auxiliary Data Word3B MLS Auxiliary Data Word4B MLS Auxiliary Data WordlC MLS Auxiliary Data Word2C MLS Auxiliary Data Word3C MLS Auxiliary Data Word4C MLS Azimuth Deviation MLS Glidepath Deviation MLS Selected Azimuth Angle G A MLS Max Selectablelidepath ngle Glidepathngle MLS Selected A MLS Basic Data Word 1 MLS Basic Data Word 2 MLS Basic Data Word 3 MLS Basic Data Word 4 MLS Basic Data Word 5 MLS Basic Data Word6

Glidepathngle A MLS Absolute Absolute Azimuth Angle D MLS Localizer eviation MLS GlideSlopeDeviation BackAzimuth Angle MLS Selected Absolute Angle MLS BackAzimuth Deviation MLS BackAzimuth Identification 1 MLS GroundStation Identification 2 MLS GroundStation MLS Discretes Gen AV Equipment Identification
MLS MLS Specific Equipment Identification

ML-850MLS Receiver
ARINC 429 Outputs Table 10-4

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U 10-7and 10-&,and Table 10. D. RM-850RadioManagementnit (RMU)(SeeFigures 10-5.)
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Dimensions

(maximum):

mm) ........................................ 11.10 in. (281.9 Length 4.06 in. (103.1 mm) Width ..........................................

Height ........................................

5.06in. (128.5 mm)

Weight ................................................ 7.2 lb (3.27kg) PowerRequirements


Mating Connector Mounting .............................. 28 V dc, 33 VA nominal Ms3176F20-41S

.........................................

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Clamp, Honeywell Part No. 7[100066-11

MSP PartNo. 64557 RM-850RadioManagementnit U Leading Particulars Table10-5

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The RadioManagementnit(RMU)is the central U control unitfor the complete capabilityor controlling f entireradiosystem. It provides the operatingode, frequencies, and codes within all :he units of the m
Radio System. Additionally, the RMU has the capability to switch its operation from its primary radio system to the cross-side system. The

RMU is a colorCRT basedcontrollereaturing he provenconcept f t of selecting function pushing lineselectkey adjacent the a by a to parameter thatis to be changed.Any selectablearameter,uchas a p s VOR frequency,ay be changed pressing m by the corresponding linekey nextto the displayed arameter ndthenrotating p a the controlleruning t knob. For easeof operation, RMU screen divided the is intofivededicated windows. Eachwindow groupsthedataassociateditha particular w function the radiosystem.The five windows (COM,NAV, Transponder, of for complete control frequency of and/or ADF, and MLS)eachprovide operatingode of the associated function. The RMU also has other m pages, whichperform additionalFeatures and display modes,called functions the control the radiosystem. for of The RMU is alsothe inputto the radiosystemfor external FMS tuningin thatdigital signals fromthe FMScomeintothe RMUwheretheyact in much the samemanneras if the fronttuningknobwas beingoperated. This allows the FMSto enterintothe systemin an organized anner, m and will appearto the system if the flight crew is tuning the receiver. as As a safetyfeature
of the RMU, should any of the components of the radio system fail to respond to commands from the RMU, the frequencies or operating commands associated with that particular Cunction will be removed from the RMU and replaced with dashes. This will alertthe crew

to the factthatthe radiosystem operation not normal. is Also available n the RMU is a maintenance i modeof operation,hennot w in flight. During thismode,various pagesare utilized allow to maintenanceersonnelccess themaintenanceogdaza and operating p a to l maintenance mode, conditionsf the radiosystem. In the aircraft o parametersay onlybe examined m andmay not be modified any way by in the crew. The following aragraphs p describe eachcontrol the RMU: on senses the ambient lightand causes 10. D. (1) PhotoSensor- The photosensor the CRT brightness be automatically to adjusted compensateor to f varying levels lightas the aircraft of maneuvers the sunlight. in (2) Transfer Keys- The transfer keywhenpushed, flip-flopshe active t frequency (TopLine)and the presetfrequency (Bottom Line)of the COM or NAV window.

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10. D. (3)
Line Select Keys- The firstpushof the lineselectkeymovesthe yellow cursor to surround the data field associated with that particular line select key. This then electronically connects that data field to the tuning knobs so that frequency or modemay be

a p of changed.Forsomefunctions,dditionalushes the ~ineselect keywilltoggle modesor recallstoredfrequencies. The line functions,llows a ADF andATC select key, if held for certain memories to be recalled, and to enter and exit direct tune modefor the COM andNAV. (4)
Tuning Knobs - The tuning knobs are used to modify the data field

o enclosed the cursor. Thismay be frequency r mode depending by uponthe datafield. (5) Function Keys (a)
Squelch (SQ) Key - Pressing the SQ key causes the COM radio to in open its squelch and allowany noiseor signalpresent the radioto be heardin the audiosystem. The squelch key is Pressing the key toggles SQ. rhe letters strictly a toggle. SQ are annunciated along the top line of the COM windowwhen

the squelch opened. is the DIM keyconnects the RMU (DIM)Key - Pressing (b) Dimming brightnessontrol the tuningknoballowing display c to the to be adjusted matchoverall to cockpit brightness. thiskey transfers he entire t (c) Cross-Side1/2)Key - Pressing ( RMU operation nddisplay the cross-sideystem The a to s legend color changes from white to magenta whenone systemis beingcontrolledy the RMU associatediththe cross-side b w system. the (d) Store(STO)Key - Pressing STO key causesa temporary (TEMP) COM/NAV preselect requency o be storedin memoryand f t assigned numbered a location, rovided p the cursorhas first beenplacedaroundthatfrequency.The ADF and ATC each have
Pressing the STO key causes the current one memory location. to be storedin memory, provided the cursor ADF or ATC channel

has firstbeenplacedaroundthatfrequency. (e) Identification (ID)Key - Pressing the ID key placesthe transponder the identification in response mode. The ID
squawk terminates after 18 seconds.

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the PGE Key - Pressing 10. D. (5) (f) Page (PGE)
key once will change the RMU display to the COM preset frequency memory page. Pressing it timewillmovethe display the NAV preset to a second frequencies page. KeyingPGE a third time calls up the discrete RADIOON-OFFpage,which is the last page of the RMU program. A fourth push of the PGE key will return the display a to the Main Page. All of thesebackpagesassign Return

function the lowerleftlineselectkey. Pressing to thiskey will bringbackthe Front page. (9) Test (TST) Key - Pressing the TST key causesthe component associatediththeyellowcursors w present position to activate its internal self-testircuits c for a complete endto-end test of the function. Hold the TST keydownfor the duration the test,about2 seconds of for COMtransceiver, 5 to 7 seconds for DME,ATC, ADF, and about 20 seconds forNAV (VOR/ILS). Releasing the TST key at any time immediately
returns the function to normal operation.

(h)

the DME fromthe active VOR DME Key - The DME keydeslaves frequency, and allows tuning of a different DME channel p of without changing active VOR. Successiveresses the DME key enable display and selectionf the DME channels in VHF o and TACANformats.

(6) Cursor- Theyel 1ow cursorencloses datafieldselected the the by line select key. Theyellowcursor reverts the COM window20 to seconds afterthe lasttuningoperation n the RMU. o

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01.SPLAY

RADIO SYSTEM~ BUS

USE INTERFACE

OISPLAY CONTROL

DISPLAY ORIVERS

~ -a

~ n Rs-422 Flvls INPUT RS-422 INTERFACE

1 +

CONTROL PROCESSOR ATC IDENT COM FREO XFR COM MEM SEL VOR MKR SENS~ S1OE SEL BIT~ TEST ENABLE wEIGHT-ON-WHEELS~ WOW POLARITY~ SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION (= STRAPS % J +

FRONT BEZEL CONTROLS

OISCRETE INPUTS

P \ , LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY

D
ELECTROLUMINESCENT BACK LIGHTING

DISCRETE OUTPUTS

POWER OFF CONTROLS

28 VDC INPUT POWER

DIMMING INPUTS

: U: { 28 VDC

ELECTROLUMINESCENT POWER ANO 4 DIMMING L

AO-1426W+2

RM-850 RadioManagementnitBlockDiagram U Figure10-8

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AudioControl Unit (SeeFigures 10-9and 10-10, and able0-6.) 1 10. E. AV-850A

II

AV-850A AudioControl Unit Figure10-9

Dimensions

(maximum):

Length ......................................... 7.10in. (~.80.3 mm) mm) Width .......................................... 5.75in. (:,46.1 mm) 3.00in. (76.2 Height ........................................ Weight ............................................... 3.75lb (1.70kg)
Power Requirements ..............................

28Vdc, 28 VA nominal

MatingConnector: J1 ................................................. MS27473E20-A41S J2 ................................................ MS27473E20-A41SB p Mounting .............................. UnitDzusFasteners er MS-25213 AV-850A AudioControl Unit Leading Particulars Table10-6

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TheAV-850A AudioControl Unit(Audio Panel)is usuall;y installedn a i dualsystemconfiguration, withsystemNo. 1 beingthe pilots left or o side,and systemNo. 2 beingthe copilots r rightside. Communication andnavigation nformation i forthe flightcrewis received fromthe remoteunitsas digitized audiovia two highspeeddigital audiobuses. The two high speeddigital busesconsist Bus 1 for the pilots of digital audioand Bus 2 for the copilots digital audio. Bus 1 input is a derived from the COM 1, NAV 1 andADF 1 radiofunctions,s applicable a to systemoperation,nd Bus 2 inputfor COM 2, NAV 2 and ADF 2 radio
Each Audio Panel then selects the appropriate channels from functions. headphone nd speaker a signals. this digital audio bus and reconstitutes This allows the system to provide the capability to individually select the radio function the crew member desires to hear. Having the audio digitized offers the advantage that when recovering the control may be analog information from the digital, each volume independently by eachcrewmember. For instance, the pilot may wish set to haveCOM 1 veryloudand COM 2 very soft in his headset while the copilot desires the VOR to be loud,COM 1 to be softand COM 2 to be moderate.This is easily set at the audio panels simplyby adjusting the volumes to their own- desire.

describe AudioPanelswitchand control the The following aragraphs p functions: 10. E.


(1)

when Pressed automatically Micro~hone witches Theseswitches S selectthe desired microphone and at the same time enable the ~udio
associated with that microphone, regardless of the setting of the COM audio on/off controls that are located under the switch.

(2)

CABIN Switch - When the CABIN switch is pressed, a cabin speaker except warning audios, are amplifier is enabled. All otheraudios,

mutedduringcabinaddress operation. (3) Emergency (EMER) Switch- Whenthe EMERswitchis pressed, the microphone s connected irectly a predetermined COM i d to VHF transceiver, andthe transceivers received audio isconnected The system may be wiredto directly tothe aircra ts headphone. single NAV audio to headphones. When EMER simultaneously route a
is selected, headphone volume is controlled by the master headphone ectronic circuitry eliminatedn the EMER is i volumecontrol.All e so disables all otheraudiopanelmodes. position.Thismodea NAV, ADF,DME,MLS) (4) AudioSourceControl Eachcontrol(COM, combines the function switchand volume of control. The control (out energizes a particular channels audio whenunlatched position) andde-energizes audiowhenlatched(inposition). the Rotation thiscontrol of willadjust the audiolevelfromminimum at the fullyCCW position maximum the fullyCW position. to at

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10. E. (5) ID/Voice switchis operated setting by a Switch- The ID/Voice rotaryswitchand is used to filter the VOR and ADF audiosignals. In the ID mode (CCWposition),he VOR orADF audio is filtered in t In sucha way as to enhance the MorseCodeidentification. the VOICEmode (CWposition),he audiois filtered reduce t to theMorse Codesignalfor received and VOR/ILS ADF audio. In the BOTH (center position),he VOR and ADF signals t are not subjectedo any t filtering the audiofrequency and. in b are (6) Speaker and Headphoneontrols Thesecontrols usedto adjust C the speaker and headphonemplifiers a volume. Theyworkin series withthe individual audiosource controls. control a is (7) Marker(MKR)Beacon VolumeControl The markervolume latched switch usedto control themarkeraudiovolume. It differs fromthe othervolume controls thatit may not be turned in down belowa levelwhichis adjusted a potentiometer by inside the audio panel. Thisprevents themarkeraudiofrombeingturned downtoo low to be heard, causing the markersignal be missed. to (8) MarkerBeacon is MUTEControl The markersensitivity controlled by rotating control.Pressing control the the activateshemarker t mute function thatis usedto temporarily silence theMarkerBeacon audio(non-latching). Whenthe markeraudiois muted,it will remainmutedas longas the audiolevelis abovea threshold a setting.Whenthe audioleveldropsbelowthe threshold, timeout sequence begins thatcontinues o mutethemarkeraudiofor a t fixedperiodof time. Afterthe time-out themarkeraudiois unmuted. (9) InterphoneINPH) ( Control The interphone volume control adjusts the headset audiolevelwhenthe interphone function used. The is interphoneudiois not available verthe cockpit a o speaker.The interphoneunction f tiestogether cross-sideudiopaneland the a any externallyocated l maintenanceudiojacks. The interphone a function may be eitherhotmicor push-to-talk.

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PILOTS DIGITAL AUDIO 1

Bus RECEIVER

DECODE AND VOLUME CONTROL PROCESSOR A A

DIGITAL TO ANALOG

)+
L /

COCKPIT SIGNALS

AUOIO -1

WARNINGS AND INTERCOM

L
FRONT PANEL SWITCHES *

28 VDC INPUT POWER 1

+ POWSR SUPPLY CONTROL PROCESSOR

!7
FRONT PANEL VOLUME CONTROL

COPILOTS DIGITAL AUDIO

BUS RECEIVER

DECODE ANO vOLUME CONTROL PROCESSOR

DIGITAL TO ANALOG

TO RADIOS

AV-850A AudioControl UnitBlockDiagram Figure10-10

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10. F. CD-850 Clearance elivery D Control/Display Unit(SeeFigures 10-11and 10-12, and Table10-7.)
SYSTEM INSTALLATION ANNUNCIATOR \ REMOTE TUNE ANNUNCIATOR TUNING CURSOR NAVAUDIOON ANNUNCIATOR

RADIO TUNING ANNUNCIATORS

TRANSFER

KEY

NORM/EMERGENCY MODE SWITCH AD-21 741

CD-850Clearance elivery D Control/Display Unit Figure 10-11

Dimensions maximum): ( mm) Length(frombackof bezel) .................... 5.90in. (1.49.9 Width ........................................... 2.38in. \60.3mm) mm) Height .......................................... 2.62in. (66.7 Weight ................................................ 1.25lb. (567g)
Power Requirements ............................... 28 V dc, 4 VA maximum

LCD,whitecharactersn o Display Type ......................... Dichroic blackbackground MatingConnector ........................................ MS3126F20-41SW Panels Mounting ........................................... UnitLocking CD-850Clearance elivery D Control/Display Unit Leading Particulars Table10-7

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provides an alternat~ or emergency backuD capability for tuninq the remote mounted VHF Communications R in trans~eiver and/~r VHF Navi~ationeceiver the eventthatthe primary tuningis not available,r if the pilot/operator o Radio System Bus (RSB) for any reason. wishesto override the bus tuning

The CD-850Clearance elivery D CDU

with low

enginestartfor initial communications The CD-850can be used before powerdrain. It can act as a stand-alone control unitor a has several operatir~g modeswhichare back-up thirdcontrol.The CD-850 strai)pinq the on selected eitherthe modeknobor by installation by a The modes selected by installation st~appin~ re: rear conne;tor. . Clearance elivery D mode,whichis the normaloperating ode. m . COM onlymode,whichmakesthe unitdedicated o COfVl t tuningonly. .
NAV only

mode,whichmakesthe unitdedicated o NAu t tuningonly.

The normaland emergencyodesare submodes m thatare s~lected the by modeknoband are usedif the unitis strapped for clearance elivery. d The following aragraphsescribe p d eachfunction control: or Annunciator Either the 1, 2, or 3 annunciator 10. F. (1) SystemInstallation is ON to indicate o whichsystem t the CD-850is ccmnected. (2) Remote TuneAnnunciator Thisannunciator activeonlywhenthe is CD-850is strapped NAV onlyor COM onlytuning. RMT is for annunciated whenthe radiois tunedfromsomesourceotherthanthe CD-850. triangle (3) TuningCursor- The tuning cursor annunciators z lighted i whichis controlledy the transfer b key. It ind cateswhich frequency an be changed the tuningknobs. c by ateswhenNAV (4) NAV AUDIOOn Annunciator Thisannunciatorndif i audiohas beenselected on. (5) Emergency (EMRG) ModeAnnunciator Thisannunciatorndicateshen i w the CD-850has beenplacedin the emergency ack-Lp b modewhich locksout all otherCOM and NAV tuningsources for the sideto whichit is connected. The COM and NAV are now tl:nedxclusively e by the CD-850. Thisannunciator not related the emergency is tr frequency f 121.5. o (6) Squelch (SQ)Annunciator Thisannunciator indicttes hatthe t squelch opened. is (7) Transmit (TX)Annunciator Thisannunciator indicateshenthe COM w transmitters ON. i (8) NAV AUDIOOn/Off Switch- Thisalternatectionpl.shbutton used a is to toggle NAV audioON or OFF.

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action pushbutton s i (SQ)On/Off Switch- Thisalternate 10. F. (9) Squelch the COM squelch or OFF. ON usedto toggle (10) TuningKnobs
- The tuningknobsare usedto change the frequency indicated by the tuning cursor.

(11) Normal/Emergency Mode

Switch - This rotary switch knob provides alternate selection of the Normal and Emergency modes when the CD-850 is strapped for operation as a clearance delivery head. This switch is non-operating in the COM only or NAV on~y modes.

(12) Transfer Key - In the clearance elivery d mode,the transfer key alternately selects eitherthe COM frequency (top)or I;he NAV frequency bottom) o be connected o the tuningknobs ( t t In the NAV onlyor COM onlyconfiguration, transfer the key toggles the active(top)frequencyith the preset(bottom) w h the transfer key down for two frequency.In addition, olding
seconds will remove the preset frequency and place the CD-850 in thedirecttuning mode. To return the active/preset to tuning mode,holddownthe transfer keyfor two seconds.

are (13) RadioTuning Annunciators Thesefourannunciators annunciated individually identify to the frequency t the top and a bottom lines.

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AUX COM AUX PORT

PORT

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REGiSTE8 AND DRIVER DATA AUX PORT 1

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AUX {

CLOCK _

Sw!=r
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;,

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ELECTROLUMINESCENT? BACK LIGHTING

SQUAT

Sw

CD. COM.NAV

SEL STRAPS (2)

1,0

C CoNRAp~

AvcONFGsTRAps ~

DIMMING INPUTS

S VAC/DC

28 VOC

CD-850Clearance elivery D Control/Display Unit BlockDiagram Figure10-12

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( 10-13and 10-14, and Table10-8.) 10. G. DI-851DME Indicator SeeFigures
RMU FREOSELECT ANNUNCIATOR

PILOl%/COPILOT.S (1/2)ANNUNClATOR

MLSTUNE ANNUNCIATOR

DME DISTANCE

L~>F1EE:21ATOR
DME CtiANNEL SELECT PAR~M~ER SELECT
AD-15823-RI

DI-851DME Indicator Figure10-13

Dimensions

(maximum):

Length(fromback of bezel) .................... 6.27in. (159.3 mm) Width .......................................... 3.26 in. (82.8 mm) mm) ......................................... 1.54 in. (39.2 Height Weight ................................................. 1.05111(476g) ............................. 28 V dc, 2.8VA nominal PowerRequirements
Mating Connector .................... Honeywell Kit Part No. 75(10436-901

Honeywel PartNo. 7001995-1 1 Mounting ........................... Clamp, MSP 64419) DI-851 DME Indicator Leading Particulars Table10-8

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The DME Indicatoran display c fourdifferent ME dista?ces and D or by associated ground speed,time-to-station Identas selected the pilot. The DME hasmultiple scanning channels, our (2 fromeachside) f w of whichare accessibleo the pilot. The DME indicator illshowthe t distances ssociated a witheachone of thesechannels. The DMEdigital display separated ntotwowindows liquidcrystal is i of displays.The window on the left continuously displays distance in nautical miles,and the window the rightdisplays on eitherstation identifier, groundspeedin knots, time-to-gon minutes. or i The followingaragraphsescribe p d eachfunction control: or S Annunciator The annunciation is NAV 10. G. (1) RMU Frequencyelect displayedhenthe DME is associated w withthe activeNAV channel selected the RMU. If the preset on channel selected, he is t annunciation PRE. is (2) Pilots/Copilots Annunciator The 1 or 2 is annunciated (1/2) depending n whether o the pilots side(1)or the copilots side(2) channel selected determinedy the channel(CH)select is as b button. (3) MLS TuneAnnunciator MLS is displayedhena DME receiver w is beingtunedby the microwave anding l system recei~er. (4) Parameterisplay D and Select- The DME station identifier, the computed groundspeedof the aircraft knots,o- time-to-go time in ( to reachthe groundstation) minutes displayed a function in is as of the parameter elect(SEL) button. The KTS/MIN s annunciator identifies whichparameter s beingdisplayed.Eachtimethe SEL i button is pressed, the display changes as follows: SEL Button PowerUp 1st Push 2nd Push 3rd Push
Parameter Identifier Annunciator

Ground Speed Time-To-Go Identifier

61ank KTS MIN B1ank

(5) DME Channel Select- The CH button selects whichIIME channel to is thatwas being display.At powerup, the samechannel displayed displayedt power down. If MLS is not selected, the button a toggles between NAV 1, NAV 2, PRE 1, and PRE 2. (6) DME HoldAnnunciator HLD is annunciated if split from the VOR.
the

DME frequency

is

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DATA CLOCK ENABLE _ PRIMARY RSB lNPUT~ RSE SELECT + PROCESSOR DISPLAY

SECONDARY~ RS8 INPUT

SWITCH

RSB RECEIVER

[ t

DATA
CLOCK ENABLE

ONIOFF

FROM

NAV

E POWER SUPPLY

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DI-851DME Indicator BlockDiagram Figure10-14

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10.H.
AT-860 ADF Antenna (See Figures 10-15 and 10-16,

~+
AO-14 150

AT-860ADF Antenna Figure10-15

Dimensions

(maximum): 18.3 in. (~14.8 mm) mm) 8.33 in. (211.6 mm) 1.51 in. [38.3

.................... ..................... Length Width .......................................... ......................................... Height

Weight ................................................ 3.7 lb (1.68kg)


Power Requirements Mating Connector Mounting .......................... +15 Vdcfrom AllF Receiver

...................................

Cannon KPT08P12-10S

..................................

Hard mount using

fourNo. 10 steelsocket headscrews

AT-860 ADF Antenna Leading Particulars Table10-9

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The AT-860 ADF Antenna performs the functions of reception, so amplification, and combination of RF signals as to yieldlow frequency reception nd directionalnformation. a i Normal reception of AM signals is performed by the E-field element, or vertically polarized antenna; while bearing information is provided by H-field antennas in

the formof a pairof loopantennas ounted rightanglesto each m at other. By carefully ombining he amplifiedignals, c t s bearing
information is obtained in the form of phase modulation on the received

RF whichis demodulated processed n the receiver. and i The antenna alsocontains selftestcircuit a whichradiates 120kHz a o signalintothe senseand loopantennas.Thischeckstheoperation f Proper boththe AT-860 ADF Antenna andthe DF-850 ADF Receive Module. operation indicatedy a 1 kHztoneand a bearing is b indicationf 135 o degrees.

Cx
LOOP
ANTENNA

Cos Cos LOOP AMPL

>: .
SIN AMPL

MODUUTOR

BAIANCED

SIN LOOP

50 OHM OUTPUT 7 90 DEG PHASE EQUALIZER

120 KHZ SELF TEST HAL OSC

<

TEST AO-14S22-RZ

AT-860 ADF Antenna BlockDiagram Figure10-16

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(SeeFigure 10-17, and Table10-10.) 10. I. AT-851MLS Antenna

AD-1 5804

AT-851 MLS Antenna Figure 10-17

Dimensions

(maximum):

mm) .................. 2.50 in. [,62.5 Length Width .::::::::::::::::::::::::.... .............. 1.50in. (38.1 mm) mm) Height ......................................... 0.75 in. (19.05
Weight ................................................ 1.20z (34.029)

PowerRequirements ........................................... ~. KWpeak Impedance...................................................... 50 ohms MatingConnector .............................. TNC Male,GRFF4100-0001 Mounting ................................... Hardmountusingf[lur 10-32 unc flatheadscrews AT-851 MLS Antenna Leading Particulars Table 10-10 The AT-851MLSAntenna a verticallyolarized is p C-bandantenna operating the 5.0 to 5.1 GHz frequency angewitha maximum in r VWSRof is omnidirectional in azimuth and cosinusoidal in 2:1. The antenna elevation.

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11. O~tional LSZ-850 LiqhtninqensorSystem S 11-1and 11-2,andTable A. LP-850Lightning ensorProcessor S (SeeFigures 11-1.)

LP-850 Lightning ensorProcessor S Figure11-1

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Dimensions maximum): ( Length .......................................... 14.75in. (375mm) mm) Width ........................................... 2.42in. (61.5 Height ........................................... 7.62in. (194mm) Weight ............................................... 6.75lb (2.76kg) Power .................................................... 28Vdc, lA

MatingConnector ................................... DPX2MA-67S-33B-OO01 Tray Mounting ................................................. Mounting LP-850 LightningensorProcessor S Leading Particulars Table11-1 The Processor eceives r signals whicharenaturallyenerated y g b lightning ctivity, nddeterminesheirrangefromthisenergy a a t distribution. the sametime,bearing computed meansof Antenna At is by crossed loopsin a mannersimilar an ADF. to The output data is converted o an ARINC429 low-speedrchitecture t a for labelassignments not conform do display the EHSIor MFD. However, on contains range, bearing, severity and to ARINC429. The datastream datafor up to 50 cells. The 429 datacontains alldataavailable or a f 360 degreeareawitha radius 125 NM around of the aircraft, nd it is a the taskof the display deviceto determinehichcellsfallwithinits w display area. Mode selection s provided the LU-850 i by Lightningensor S Controllerr o WC-650Weather RadarController.

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28 VDC
+ POWER SUPPLY * fl~vDcTo

ANTENNA

INTERNAL Pf3WER

HN, HP, E-FIELD FROM ANT

ANALOG TO DIGITAL CONVERTER

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DATA PROCESSOR LIGHTNING FLAG VALID INPUTS

ASTASREFI p~:J~oR
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ARINC429 OUTPUTS TO EFIS AND MFD

lNPUTi

RA13AR IND AND DATA NAV OLITPUTS

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LP-850LightningensorProcessor S BlockDiaciram Figure ii-2

AD-18249-R1

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11. B. LU-850Lightningensor S ControllerSeeFigures ( 11-3and 11-4and Tables 11-2and 11-3.)

o
STBY OFF 8

LX @

CLRITST

Lo

AD-20866

LU-850 LightningensorController S Figure 11-3

Dimensions maximum): ( mm) Length ......................................... 2.59in. (65.89 mm) Width .......................................... 3.38in. (85.85 mm) Height ......................................... 1.66in. (42.16 Weight ................................................ 0.5 lb {0.23kg) Lightning ower ................... 5 V ac/dcor 28 V dc, 3.5 VA maximum P MatingConnector...................... ................ MS3126F14-19SW
q q

Mounting ................................ ....................... Screws


q

LU-850 LightningensorController S Leading Particulars Table11-2

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The LU-850 LightningensorControllers usedto select S i the modesof functions re a operation f the lightning ensor o s system. The switch listedin Table11-3.

OFF STBY LX CLR/TST

All powerremoved. Display inhibited ut the processor is b is accumulating data. Systemis fullyoperational. All accumulated lightningatais displayed. d Accumulated data is cleared frommemory. After 3 seconds the testmode is initiated.

LU-850 SwitchFunctions Table11-3

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El

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+ 5V LIGHTING

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100 0

S2-A

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LU-850Lightningensor S Controllerchematic S Figure11-4

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11. C. AT-850Antenna(SeeFigure 11-5,andTable11-4.)

AT-850 Antenna Figure 11-5

Dimensions maximum): ( mm) Length ....................................... 11.58in. (294.13 6.06in. (153.92 mm) Width ......................................... 1.25in. (31.75 mm) Height ......................................... Weight ................................................ 2.5 lb (1.13kg) Power ............................................. *12 V dc fromLp-850 MatingConnector .......................................... KJ6F12A35-SN With Mounting ..................... HardMountUsingThreeNo. 10 Screws Maximum WasherDiameter 0.455in. of AT-850 Antenna Leading Particulars Table11-4

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The AT-850Antenna contains crossed loop


antenna similar to an ADF antenna.

H-field

antennae

and

an

E-field

Preamplifier stages are alsobuiltintothe antenna orderto enhance in the systems immunity o noiseoriginating aircraft t in wiring. The H-field loopantennae designatedn and Hw and are orientatedn are H i sucha mannerthatHn willbe most sensitiveo signals t originating aheador behind the aircraft, nd the Hw antenna a will be mostsensitive to signals originating abeamthe aircraft. The E-field antenna constructed is suchas to be most sensitiveo t vertical E-fields. tIZ V dc powerfor the preamplifiers provided the antenna is to fromthe Processor. The antenna alsocontains testwinding.Duringtestmodethiswinding a is driven witha simulatedightning ignal l s and couples withthe E- and an H-elementsf the antenna.Thus,the testmode is ableto provide o evaluationf the performance the antenna, preamplifiers, o of its and cabling the LP-850 to LightningensorProcessor. S The AT-850 Antenna designatedor mounting is f external the aircraft to and is not to be painted afterinstallation.lso,the antenna A is encapsulated is not repairable. and

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) Antenna(SeeFigure11-6,and Table11-5. 11. D. AT-855

AT-855Antenna Figure11-6

Dimensionsmaximum): ( mm) Length ........................................ 6.75in. (171.45 mm) 6.060in. (152.40 Width ........................................ mm) 1.67in (42.42 Height ......................................... Weight ........................................... .... 2.5 b (1.13kg)
q

Power ........................................ MatingConnector ............................. Mounting ......................


.. .. . . . .. .. .

fromLP-850 KJ6F12A35-SN

ng With Hard Mount lJs ThreeNo. 8 Screws of Maximum Wi sherDiameter 0.350in.

AT-855Antenna Leading Particulars Table11-5

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The AT-855Antenna contains crossed loopH-field antennae an E-field and antenna similar an ADF antenna. to Preamplifier stages are alsobuiltintothe antenna orderto enhance in the systems immunity noiseoriginating aircraft to in wiring. The H-field loopantennae aredesignatedn and Hw and are orientatedn H i sucha mannerthatHn willbe mostsensitiveo signal$ t originating aheador behind the aircraft,nd theHw antenna a willbe mostsensitive to signals originating abeamthe aircraft. The E-field antenna constructed is suchas to be most sensitiveo t vertical E-fields. ~12 V dc powerfor the preamplifiers provided the antenna is to fromthe Processor. The antenna alsocontains testwinding.During a testmodethiswinding is driven witha simulatedightning ignal l s and couples withthe E- and an H-elementsf the antenna.Thus,the testmode is ableto provide o evaluationf the performance the antenna, o of itspreamplifiers, and cabling the LP-850 to LightningensorProcessor. S The AT-855 Antenna designatedorradome is f mounting and is not to be painted afterinstallation.lso,the antenna encapsulated is A is and not repairable.

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SECTION 3 SYSTEM OPERATION 1. General
This section describes the operation of the System by separating it into Flight Director Functional Description, paragraph 3; three subsystems: Autopilot Functional Description, paragraph 4; and Compass System Functional Description, paragraph 5. Paragraph 6 describes the port connections and the programming pin functions of the EDZ-605 EFIS and the optional MDZ-605 MFD 2. System. A table listing the system limits is contained in paragraph

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2. SvstemPerformance/O~eratinq Limits The system performance/operating limitsfor the Systemare presented Table in 201. All limits listedhavea tolerance f f10 percent. o Mode Y/D A/P Control Sensor or Y/D Engage A/P Engage Parameter EngageLimit EngageLimit Value Up to 45 deg Leftor RightBank Roll:Up to f45 deg Pitch: up to f30 deg Yaw: up to t45 deg Up to t45 deg Roll Up to f20 deg Pitch

BasicA/P

Tcs

RollControl Limit PitchControl Limit

TurnKnob

RollAngleLimit RollRateLimit 5.5 degjsec *15 deg Pitch Variable


f35.5 &5.5

PitchWheel

PitchAngle PitchRateLimit

Heading Hold

RollAngleLimit RollRateLimit

deg. deg/sec

Heading Select

Heading SEL Knob

RollAngleLimit

?27.5deg,t12deg with PC-500Bank LimitSwitch 3 deg~sec UD to ~ 90 deq

RollRateLimit VOR or VORAPR Course Knob, NAV Receiver, nd a DME Receiver VOR Capture: BeamInterceptngle A (HDGSEL)

SystemPerformance/Operating Limits Table201

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Mode Control or Sensor Parameter Value

VOR or VORAPR (cent)

Capture Point

Function Beam, of BeamRate,and courseError, and DME distance Min TripPoint f30 mV dc Max Trip Point t175mV dc t27.5deg 5.5 deg/sec 3.0 deg/sec t45 deg Course Errorin VOR f30 deg Course Errorin VOR APR

CourseKnob, NAV Receiver, nd a DME Receiver

RollAngleLimit RollRateLimitVORAPR RollRateLimitVOR VOR Capture: Course Cut Limit During Capture VOR On Course: RollAngleLimit RollRateLimit

1 deg/sec VOR in 5.5 deg/sec VOR in API<

Crosswindorrection Up to i45 deg C CourseErrorin Vofl ~30 deg in VORAPR VOR GainProgramming Function DME of Distance andTAS OverStation: Course Change RollAngleLimit RollRateLimitVAPR RollRateLimitVOR
APR

Up to ~90 deg
fl~:

deg

5.!5 deg/sec 3.0 deg/sec Up to t90 deg

or BC

Course Knoband NAV LOCCapture: Receiver BeamInterceptngle A (HDGSEL) SystemPerformance/Operating Limits Table201 (cent)

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Mode APR or BC (cent) Control Sensor or Parameter Capture Point Value Functior Beam, of BeamRate,and CourseError Min Trip Point ~60 mv dc Max Trip Point ~]75mv dc ~12 deg 5.5 deg~sec t30 deg Course Function time of and TAS;Startsat 1200ft radio altitude LOC Deviation ain g reduction 1 to = 0.5 APR GS Receiver and Air DataComputer Glideslopeapture: C Capture Point PitchCommand Limit Glideslopeamping D ~30 mv dc at 150 knots;beamrate and TAS programmed tlo deg Vertical Acceleration from Accelerometer
~
TAS

Course Knoband NAV Receiver

RollAngleLimit RollRateLimit Course Cut Limit During Capture LOCGainProgramming

PitchRateLimit:

(kn)deg/sec (MaxRate= 2 deg/see) Function Time of and TAS; Starts at


1200 ft radio

GS GainProgramming FirstStage(Radio Altimeter alid) V

altitude GainReduction = 1 to 0.33 SystemPerformance/Operating Limits Table201 (cent)

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Mode APR (cent) Control Sensor or Parameter FirstStage(Radio Altimeter Invalid) Second Stage(Radio Altimeteralid) V Value Startsat Gl~deslopeapture C Function Radio of Altitude; Starts at 250 ft radio altitude GainReduction = 0.33to Zero Function Middle of Marker GainReduction = 0.33to 0.13

Second Stage(Radio Altimeter nvalid) I

I GA
PitchSync ALT Hold

10Citation V Control Switches n FixedFlight o Director II Throttle (Disengage Pitch-Up Command; Wings 7.5Citation A/P) Levelin Roll TCS Switch Wheel PitchAttitude on Command Depressed ADC ALT HoldEngage Range ALT HoldEngage Error PitchLimit PitchRateLimit ~2~ deg
o Maximum

to 50,000 ft

~25 ft ~2~ deg


~

TAS (kn)deg/sec (MaxRate= 2 deg/see) VS Hold ADC VERTSpeedEngage Range O t.o f4000ft/min VERTSpeedHoldEngage Error PitchLimit PitchRateLimit ~313 ft/min ~2~ deg y)cJ
TAS

(kn)deg/sec (MaxRate= 2 deg/see)

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Mode Control

or Sensor

Parameter IAS Engage Range IASHoldEngageError PitchLimit PitchRateLimit


~

Value 80 to 45Il kn

IAS Hold

ADC

TAS (kn)deg/sec (MaxRate= 2 deg/see) ALT


Preselect

ADC and

VNAV Computer/Control ler

Preselect Capture Range

to

50,000

ft

Maximum Vertical Speed forCapture

Capture Maneuver: Maximum Gravitational Force PitchLimit PitchRateLimit


~

TM

(kn)CWsec

(MaxRate= 2 deg/see) VNAV RangePath Air DataComputer, Altitude AngleRange DME,VNAV Computer/Controller Elevation ange R BiasRange to 50,000 ft t6 deg ft o to 10,000 t99,9milesfrom VOR/TAC or waypoint
o

PitchLimit PitchRateLimit w kn deg/sec TAS (MaxRate= 2 deg/see)

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3. Fliqht A. Director General Functional Description

to in Paragraph 3.B. discusses conditions and functions that are referred the discussions eachmodeof operation paragraph .C. Paragraph of in 3 3.C.discusses he signal t flowthrough the flightdirector computer for eachflight pathmode. Figures 203 through 214 are simplifiediagrams d thatshowthe unitsignal pathand interconnect wiringfor the applicable selected mode. Theyare usedin conjunction with Figures 201 and 202 whichare simplified diagrams the mode selection ogicand the FD OFF of l F 215 is a simplifiediagram d for the warning logic,respectively. igure flagsand bar biaslogic. B. Control Functions (1) Lateral BeamSensors (LBS) Whenflying intercepthe VOR or LOC beam in the heading to t select mode,the LBS is controlled the following by signal;.The magnitude and polarity the airspeed rogrammedourseerropsignalis of p c compared withthe DME gainprogrammedeamdeviation b signal. In the LOCmode,the course erroris compared withthe beamdeviation signaland rateof crossing beamto determine the the LBS trip point. Whenthe LBS trips, the flight director commands turntoward a the desired VOR radial runway the optimum or at pointfor a smooth a capture the beam. If the intercept ngleto the beamcenteris of veryshallow, LBS wouldnot tripuntilthe aircraft the was almost on beamcenter. Forthisreason, override the LBS occurs an on when The minimum beam the beam deviation reaches a specified minimum. sensor trippointfor VORor VOR APR mode is *3O mV, In the LOC mode,the minimum trippointis t60 mV. In all modes,the maximum LBStrippointis t175mV. (2) NAV On Course(NOC) The NOC is defined as: LBStripped, courseerrorlessthan22.5 degrees and bankanglelessthan6 degrees 2 minutes or afterLBS trips. In the VORAPR mode,the courseerror,bankangle,and less than75 mV beamdeviationustexistsimultaneously 5 seconds m fo~ for NOC to latchup. In VOR,LOC,BC, andAPR modes,the course errorand bankangleconditions mustexistsimultaneously 0.5 for second for NOC to latchup. When in the NOC submode, themaximum bankanglecommanded s 12 t 2 degrees.NOC startsthe crosswind i washout function the flight in director computer. Whenin the RNAVmode (7J1A-47rounded),OC can be resetby g N applying RNAVstaging the groundat 7J1A-26.Thisenables the system makeleg changes to usingthe 27.5degreebankangle.

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Sensor(0SS) 3. B. (3) OverStation The 0SS senses the beamratenoisein the zoneof confusion verthe o
VOR is station. armed. After the NOC submode is established, the 0SS submode

In the VOR mode,if the beamdeviation atereaches r a predetermined level(8 mV of deviation second per withd~viation greater than75 mV),the 0SS trips. 0SS removes the radiobeam deviation fromthe flight director rollcommand output. In the VOR mode,the beamdeviation removed is untilthe beamdeviation as h decreased elowthe trippointfor 20 seconds.In the VCIR b APl&mode, if the DME is validand lessthan 1.5 nautical milesand if 0SS,the beamdeviation ratemustreach4 mV/secwitha deviation reater g is untilthe than30 mV for the 0SS to trip. The deviation removecl beamdeviation hasdecreased elowthe trippointfor 4 ~econds.If b the DME is not valid, 0SS is the sameas the VOR mode. (4) AfterOverStation Sensor(AOSS) AOSS is the periodbetween the lossof 0SS and the occurrencef o NOC . (5) Vertical BeamSensor(VBS) The vertical beamsensoris armedwhenthe radiois tuneclo a LOC t frequency,he LOC receiver valid,and the LBS has tripped. t is The VBS tripsas a function vertical of speed, TAS,and glideslope rate is zeroand TAS is 15(I knots, the deviation.Whenthe vertical VBS willtripat 30 mV of glideslopeeviation.Thiswillresetthe d previouslyelected s pitchmode and changeaircraft attitude to smoothly capture the glideslopeeam. b In the backcourse(BC)mode,the VBS is locked out whenBC is selected. Whencapturing romabovethe beam,the aircraft f must be descending at a ratethatwillcreatea suitable interceptngle. a (6) Local zerGainProgramming i (LOCII) For frontcourseILSapproaches, thissubmode armedafterthe LBS is has tripped and NOC is engaged.Witha validradioaltimeter,OC L II engages whenthe radioaltitude lessthan 1200feet. If the is altimeter not valid,LOC II engages approach is at capture. If the altimeter not validand an approach is modehas not beenselected, LOC II starts a function NOC and TTL. as of thissubmode armedafterI.BS is has For backcourseapproaches, tripped and NOC has beenestablished. Witha validradioaltimeter, operation as described or frontcourseapproach.If the radio is f altimeter not valid,LOC II starts is whenNOC has beenestablished.

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and On 3. B. (7) G1ideslope Course(GSOC)

Glideslopen courseis established o whenthe VBS ha; tripped, glideslope s validand LBShas tripped.At GSOC,a signalis i applied transitionhe aircraft to t fromthe existing flight pathto the flightpathnecessary o fly the glideslopeeam. After15 t b seconds(GSOC+15), thissignal removed is andthe glideslope deviation gain is increased. G (8) GlideslopeainProgramming (a) FirstStageGainProgramming when Firststagegainprogramming startsafterthe VBS trips, LOC II is engaged. (b) Second-Stage GainProgramming AfterVBS trips,the second stageof gainproqramminq armed. is Whenthe radioaltimeter s val;d,th= second-stage engaged i is whenthe radioaltitude lessthan250 feet. If the radio is altimeter not valid, is the secondstageis engaged whenthe middlemarkersignalis received. (TAS)Function enerator G (9) True Airspeed An approximation TAS is calculateds a function altitude of a of and is heading select indicated irspeed.Thisfunction usedto program a error,courseselecterror, airdatacommands, ertical v beamsensor, If pitchratelimit,and ILSgainprogrammers. the airdata computer not valid,the TAS programmer is reverts tr~ a fixed
airspeed.

(lo)

Distance This

Measuring

Equipment

(DME)

Gain

Programmer

VOR or VOR APR operation y changing b the function optimizes gainof the radiosignalas a function DME distar]ce the VOR of to TAC station.The DME programmereverts a fixedgainleveland r to remains thereif the DME is invalid, DME is placedin the DME HOLD configuration, the RNAVmodeis selected. or (11) EADISingleCue Whena command signalis applied the cue input, to the cuewillmove CW or CCW (roll) up or down(pitch).Thisprovides required or the command allowthe pilotto maneuver to the aircraft the proper in direction reachthe desired to flightpath.

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If the information required fly the desired to flightpathbecomes invalid, cue is biased the fromview.
A

rollmodemustbe selected before the single cue will be in-view. If onlya rollmode is selected,itchcommand p will be pitch attitude hold.

ModeFlowDescription c. FlightDirector (1) Heading Select Mode (SeeFigure 207. ) The heading select mode is selected pressing by the HDG buttonon whenthe mode is the modeselector.The HDG buttonilluminates engaged and HDG is annunciated the EADI. Heading on select will override and resetotherpreviouslyelected s lateral modes. The heading errorsignal represents differenceetween the b the fixed heading indexand the selected position the heading of bug on the EHSI . The errorsignalfromthe SG-605 Symbol Generator applied the is to flight director computer,emodulated, d programmedo increase t gain as a function increasing and applied the bankangle of TAS to the limiter.The normalbankanglelimitis 27.5degrees. Pressing BANKLIMITswitch on the PC-500 Autopilot ontrollerpplies C a a groundto 7J1A-93 change to the bankanglelimitto 12 degrees, when in the HDG mode. The heading select errorsignalis limited a 3-degree-per-second to rollrateand sentas rollcommand the autopilot omputer.This to c signalis alsosummed witha demodulated rollsignalfromthe c fromthissummation applied is vertical gyro. The resultantommand to the SG-605to position rollcue of the EADI. This is the the signalusedby the pilotto flyto thedesired heading. If the signalsources the command of signal becomeinvalid, rollbar bias is applied biasthe rollcommand to cue out of view. (2) Go-Around ode (GA)(SeeFigure M 207. ) Thismode is selected pressing throttle-mounted by a GO-AROUND anypreviouslyelected s pitchor rollmode. switch. Thiscancels The go-around ogicswitch l opensremoving rollcommand all signals gyrosignal remains drivethe to fromthe EADIcue. The vertical rollcommand inputto the SG-605Symbol Generator or positioning f a c to the EADIrollcommand cue. It willprovide wings-levelommand h a the EADIrollcommand cue. Aftergo-around as beenselected, ny w rollmodecan be selected.Thisselectionillcancelthe wings-levelubmode go-around ut stillleavethe fixedclimb s of b c b a pitch attitude.Go-around an be cancelled y selecting nother mode,pressing TCS,or engaging the autopilot.

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208. ) 3. c. (3) VOR Mode (SeeFigure

CITATION n/V

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The VORmode is selected pressing NAV buttonon the flight by the director modeselector iththe RNZ-850 w NAV Unittunedto a VOR frequency.Whenoutside the lateral beamsensor(LBS)trippoint, the HDGmode is automatically selected.The HDG mode is usedto intercepthedesired t VOR radial.At thistime,HDG and NAV ARM modesare illuminated themodeselector HDG (green) on and and VOR (white) are annunciated the EADI. Whenreaching on the LBStrip point,the system automatically switches the VOR capture to mode. The HDG and NAVARM annunciators turnedoff and the NAV CAP mode are is illuminated themodeselector.On the EADI,!-lDG on turnsoff and VOR (green) annunciated. he flight is T director computer now provides command interceptnd trackthe desired a to a VOR radial. The desired VOR radialis set on the courseselectpointer the on EHSI. The course errorsignal fromthe SG-605SymbolGenerator representshe differenceetween t b the fixedheading indexand the selected position the course of select pointer the EHSI. This on signalis demodulated, programmed increase to gainas a function of increasing TAS,and summed withthe radiodeviation signal. Radio deviation,romthe RNZ-850 f NAVUnit,is gainprogrammeds a a function DMEdistance of fromtheVOR station.The resultant f the o summing course of errorand radiodeviation signals applied is to the coursecut limiter.Thissignal willbe limited a levelthat to willresultin a maximum course cut angleof 45 degrees the to desired VOR radial afterthe LBStrips. At thistime,the bank anglelimitis 27.5degrees andthe rollratelimitis 3 degrees per second. Signal flowfromthe ratelimiter as described the is in HDG mode. At NOC,bankanglelimitis reduced 12 degrees, to rollratelimit is 1 degreeper second, additionaliltering provided minimize f is to tracking beamnoiseandcourse erroris washedout to eliminate ny a steady-state course errorin thepresence crosswind,hereby of t preventingeamstandoff. b Whenpassing overthe VOR station, he 0SS circuit t removes the radio deviation signal fromthe flight director command outputuntilthe deviation signalis no longer erratic.Whileoverthe station, coursechanges aremadeby selecting new courseon the EHSI. If a the NAV datais not validpriorto the capture point,the LBSwill not tripand the system remains the HDGmode. Aftercapture, in if the NAVdata,compass data,or vertical gyrogoesinvalid, roll the command cuewillbiasfromview. The flight director computer will remainin the NAVmode. A momentary ossof NAV Unitvalidwill l causeNAV CAP to turnoff on themodeselector and VOR (green) to turnoff on the EADI. Whenthe NAV validsignalis restored, AV N CAP andVOR (green) againannunciated. are Withthe lossof NAV CAP,lateral modelogicis removed and the autopilot everts r to automaticingsleveling.WhenNAV CAP is restored, he autopilot w t will againflythe rollcommand.

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3. c. (4)
VOR

Approach Mode (SeeFigure 208. )

B I

The VOR approach mode is selected pressing APR buttonon the by the flight director mode selector iththe RNZ-850 w NAV Unittunedto a Outside the LBS trippoint, HDG andNAV ARM are VOR frequency. on the modeselector and HDG (green) and VApp (white) illuminated are annunciated the EADI. At capture,HDGandNAV ARM turnoff on and NAV CAP illuminates the mode selector.HDG turnsoff and on as VAPP (green) annunciated the EADI. The modeoperates is on f previouslyescribed orthe VOR mode. Gainsare optimized or d f approach, rosswindashout much fasterin thismode,andthe c w is coursecut limitis reduced 30 degrees. to (5) Local zerMode(SeeFigures i 209 and 210. ) The localizerode is selected pressing m by the NAV buttonon the NAV Unitis tunedto a flight director mode selector.The RNZ-850 localizer requency ndthe EHSIcourseselectis set to the f a o the LBS trip published rontcourseforthe ILS. Operation utside f pointbeforebeamcapture as described the VORmode except is for LOC (white) annunciated the EADI. At the LBStrippoint,NAV is on CAP is illuminated themodeselector the HDG and N.4VARM on and is annunciators off. On the EADI,HDG turnsoff and LOC (green) are annunciated. The course errorsignalis gainprogrammeds a function a of calculatedrueairspeed t and summed withradiodeviation romthe f The summed course errorand lateral gainprograminer. resultant 11 radiodeviation ignalis coursecut limited 30 degrees s to and r[ ratelimited.The crosswind orrected ourseerrorand radio c c deviation signal, before summationithrollattitude, s routedto w i the autopilotomputer. c At NOC,bankanglelimitis reduced 12 degrees, to rollratelim t remains 5.5degrees at per second, and additionaliltering s f i provided minim;ze to tracking beamnoise. Course erroris washed out at a muchfasterratethanthe VOR modeto quickly eliminate any steady-state courseerrorin the presence crosswind,hus of t fromthe ratelimiter preventingeamstandoff.Signaloutputs b function described bove. as a Gainprogramming controlledy the LOC II submode.WhenLOC II is b is established, gain is reduced from100to 50 percent a function as rollis summed with of timeand airspeed.Also,at LOC II,lagged the signals improve to lateral control damping.

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3. C. (6) Local zerApproach i Mode (SeeFigures 209 and 210. ) The localizer pproach a mode is usedto makea fullILS approach. The approach mode is selected andthe localizer ndglideslopeodes a m are armedby pressing APR button the mode selector ith the the on w RNZ-850 NAV Unittunedto an ILSfrequency.Whenoutside the lateral beamsensor trippoint, the heading mode is automatically selected; he rollcue on the EADIreceives heading t a select command as described the heading in select mode;and, HDG mode illuminates NAV ARM andAPR ARM annunciators themode on along with the selector.HDG (green), LOC (white), nd GS (white) a are annunciated the lateral beamsensortrippoint, the on the EADI. Whenreaching systemautomatically switches the APR mode,HDG and NAVARM to and on annunciators extinguish, NAV CAP illuminates the mode extinguishes LOC (green) and and GS (white) are selector.HDG annunciated the EADI. on The courseerrorand radiodeviation ignals s are processed he same t as previouslyescribed the local zermode. d for i (7) BackCourseMode (SeeFigure 209. ) Thismode is selected pressing BC buttonon the flight by the director mode selector withthe RNZ-850 NAV Unittunedto a localizer requency.Outside f the LBS trip point, the heading select mode is engaged withbackcourse armed. The HOG and BC ARM annunciators illuminated themodeselector are on and HDG and BC (white) are annunciated the EADI. The EHSIcourseselectis set on to the published rontcoursefor the ILS. Selection f backcourse f o reverses the course errorand radiodeviation signals for proper backcourseapproach response.At beamcapture, HDG and BC ARM turn off and BC CAP illuminates themode selector.On the EADI,HDG on turnsoff and BC (green) annunciated. is Backcourseoperates the sameas the localizer odepreviously m s t described.The radiodeviation ignalis attenuatedo compensate for the closeproximity o the localizer ntenna.Glideslope t a capture locked is out whenthe BC mode is selected. (8) PitchHoldSubmode(SeeFigure 211. ) This submode engaged selectingny rollmodeon the flight is by a director modeselector,ithout w selecting ny pitchmode. No a annunciators illuminated announce are to thissubmode.

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The

vertical gyroinputsignalis synchronized beforeany mode is mode is selected, he synchronizer t engaged. When onlya lateral retains the pitchattitude provide to the pitchholdfunction.The outputsignalis applied the pitchlimiter to and is thensummed thesesignals cancel withthe vertical gyro signal.At engagement, eachotherso the cue goesto the nullposition the EADI. If the on aircraft changes attitude, n errorsignalis applied the EADIto a to command return the original a to attitude. When a pitchmodeis selected,he synchronization t circuit operates s fromdesired as a pitchattitude ashout. Thiseliminatestandoff w position due to long-term ttitude a changes.

3. c. (9) Altitude HoldMode (SeeFigure211. ) Thismode is selected pressing ALT button the flight by the on A director mode selector.SelectingLT willresetany previously and selected pitchmodes. ALT is illuminated on the modeselector ALT (green) annunciated the EADI. Onceengaged, modewill is on the be resetif the airdatacomputer not valid. The pitchcue will is biasfromviewif the VG is not valid. WhenALT is selected, logicgroundis supplied a fromthe flight director computer the airdatacomputer engage to to the mode. Afterengagement, departure any fromthe engaged altitude results in an errorsignal fromthe airdatacomputer.Thiserrorsignalis programmedo decrease gainor ratelimitas a function TAS. t the of out of the ratelimiter, sentto the autopilot is This signal, withthe washedout vertical gyro computer.It is alsosummed signal, displacement limited, summed withthe vertical gyrosignal, amplified,nd sentto the SG-605to drivethe pitchcue of the a EADI . An absolute rollsignalis applied the versine to circuits to provide acceleration compensation turns. Thisversine in signal cancels the radialacceleration output the normalaccelerometer. of The resultant ignalis summed s withthe altitude ratedamping signal fromthe air datacomputer.Thissignal(IVV)is scaledfor proper response a givenaircraft on and summed withthe altitude error signal . WhenTouchControl Steering (TCS)is activated,he versine t and ratelimiter shorted is out,vertical dampening signals are removed, gyrowashout synchronized the existing is to attitude, nd the a altitude holdmode in the airdatacomputer desynchronizes the to existing whenTCS is pressed is new altitude.Any errorsignal t washedout in about5 seconds.Whenthe TCS buttonis released, he systemoperates previouslyescribed. as d If theADC becomes invalid, TAS gainprogrammereverts a the r to on a fixedairspeed.If the BAROsetting the barometricltitude indicator s changed, command generated o fly the aircraft i a is t backto the original altitude reference.

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3. C. (10) Vertical Speed
Hold

Mode (SeeFigure 211.)

Thismode is selected pressing VS buttonon the flight by the director modeselector.This action will reset any previously
selected pitch mode.
VS is illuminated on the mode selector and VS

the modewillbe (green) annunciated the EADI. Onceengaged, is on resetif the airdatacomputer not valid. The pitchcue will is viewif the vertical gyrois not valid. bias from WhenVS is selected, a
director computer to the logic air ground data is computer supplied from the flight

to engagethe mode. If the aircraft departs fromthe engaged vertical speed,an error signalis sentto the flight director computer.Thissignalfollows the pathdescribed forthe altitude holdsignal withone exception. In the VS mode,the altitude ratedamping signals are not used.

Anytime the pilotdesires modifyhis existing to vertical speed, pressing the TCS button willoperate the samemanneras theAlt in Holdmode. Whenthe autopilot s engaged, i the pilotcan command a new VS by movingthe pitchwheelon the autopilot ontroller; c the EADIair datacommand display willchangeas a function pitch of wheelmovement. (11) Indicatedirspeed A HoldMode
(See Figure 211. )

Thismode is selected pressing by the IASbuttonon the flight director modeselector.Thisresets any previouslyelected s pitch mode. IAS is illuminated the mode selector on and IAS (green) is annunciated the EADI. Onceengaged, modewillresetif the on the air datacomputer not valid. The pitchcue willbiasfromview is if the vertical gyrois not valid. When IAS is selected, logicgroundis supplied a fromthe flight director computer the airdatacomputer engagethe mode. If to to the aircraft departs fromthe engaged airspeed, errorsignalis an applied the flight to director computer.This signal bypasses the TAS gainprogrammernd is applied the pitchratelimiter. From a to is the sameas previous-ly described in this point, the signal path the ALT mode. The airspeed ommanded alueon the EADIair data c v command display can be changed the pilotby movingthe pitch by wheelon the autopilotontroller c whenthe autopilot engaged. is (12) G1ideslope Approach Mode (SeeFigure 212. ) This mode is selected by pressing the APR buttonon the flight director mode selector iththe RNZ-850 w NAV Unittunedto a localizer requency.Glideslopeapture inhibited ntilthe f c is u localizer as beencaptured.WhenAPR is selected, ocal zer h l i capture, and the VBS has not beentripped, ARM and any APR previouslyelected s pitchmodeis illuminated themode selector. on The previouslyelected s pitchmodeand LOC (green) and GS (white) are annunciated the EADI. Afterthe local zerhas been captured, on i

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the system automatically captures the glideslope eamwhen the VBS b At thattime,APR ARM and previouslyelected s pitchmodes On the are resetandAPR CAP illuminates the mode selector. on modesare resetand LOC (green) EADI, any previously selected pitch If the glideslope data is not valid and GS (green) are annunciated. will not trip and the prior to capture, the vertical beam sensor in the pitchmode. Aftercapture, the if system will remain glideslopeataor vertical d gyro becomes invalid, pitchcommand the lossof glideslopealid v cuewillbiasoutof view. A momentary When willturnoff theAPR CAP annunciator on the mode selectclr. the validsignal returns, CAP is again APR annunciated.
trips.

The glideslopeeviation ignalis applied the GS gair d s to The output the GS gainprogrammer s maximum(100 of i programmer. c is b percent gain)at beamcapture. Glideslopeapture determinedy summing the GS deviation ignal s with TAS and IVV siqnals._ TAS and IVVare applied for 15 seconds through switchGSOC+15 EOFF. When the sumof thesesignals equalszerothe VBS trips. During this 15-seconduration, he TAS and IVVsignals d t program the (S deviation commandinghe aircraft transitionromlevelfliqht flying t to f to the GSOC+15 EOFFswitch the glideslope beam. After15 seconds, opensand bothGSOC+15 switches EO closeto increase gainof the the GS deviation signal fromthe capture the control to phaseand to add a damping signal improve to glidesloperacking.Thiscombined t signalis thenprogrammedo decrease t the ratelimitas a function a and of increasing TAS. Fromthe ratelimiter, displacement integral signalis supplied the autopilot to computer.The other outputfromthe ratelimiter summed is withwashedout vertical gyro to eliminate nytendenciesor beamstandoff a f due to steady-state attitude changes, displacement limited, summedwith vertical gyro, to the SG-605to drivethe pitchcue of the amplified, and applied a to trackthe glideslope EAD 1. Thisprovides command smoothly beam. At LOC II,the glideslopeeviation d signalis first-stage gain programmeds a function timeandTAS, and startsat the a of 1200-footadioaltimeter r (RA)trippointwiththe RA valid. The glideslope gain is reduced from1 to 0.33. If the RA is invalid, gainprogramming initiated fterglideslope apture is a c and NOC. The secondstageof glideslopeainprogrammingeginsat an g b altitude 250 feetwhenthe radioaltimeter valid. The of is glideslopeignal programmedo a gainof zero at zeroradio s is t reduction fromgainof 0.33at 250 feet altitude. Thisis a linear is the of radioaltitude.If the radioaltimeter invalid, second-stage gainprogramming triggered the middleImarker is by from0.33to 0.13and signal In thiscase,the gainreduces . for remains the 0.13level. The rateof gainreduction both at stagesis controlledy timeand trueairspeed addition the b in to radioaltimeterr middlemarkerinputsignals. o

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3. C. (13)
Go-Around Mode (See Figure 212. )

Whenthego-around ode is initiatedy pressing m b the GA button on the throttle handle, the GA logicswitches changestate. This opens the signal pathfromthe pitchratelimiter, disables the pitch attitude ashout w circuit and inserts voltage a representing fixed a applied the SG-605to drivethe to pitchup command.Thissignal, pitchcue on the EADI,commands pilotto pullthe noseof the the aircraft to the fixedgo-around ngle. up a (14) Altitude Preselectode (SeeFigure213. M ) The desired altitude selected the VNAVComputer/Controller. is on Thismode is selected pressing by theALT SEL buttonon the flight pitchmode,VS, IAS,or PITCHHOLD director mode selector.Another is selected flythe aircraft to toward the selected altitude.When outside the altitude bracket point, ALT SEL ARM and the engaged pitchmodesare illuminated themodeselector.The engaged on pitch modeandASEL (white) are annunciated the EADI. on Whenreaching the bracket altitude, he systemautomatically t switches ALT SEL CAP and the previous to pitchmode is cancelled. At thistime,ALT SEL CAP is illuminated on the mode selector and ASEL (green) is annunciated on the EADI. As the aircraft reaches the selected altitude,LT SEL CAP is cancelled nd ALT is engaged. A a TheALT SEL CAP on the modeselector andASELannunciator the on EADIare turnedoff;thenALT is illuminated the mode selector on is annunciated on the EADI. If the air data and ALT (green) mode cannotbe computer is not valid, the altitude preselect cuewill biasout of view if the vertical selected.The command gyrois not valid. representing differenceetween the b selected and The errorsignal, actual altitude, applied the flight is to director computer fromthe VNAV The bracket . detector armedby a groundfromthe VNAV. is Whenthe bracket detector trips,the errorsignalis applied the to TAS programmer and the gain is decreased as a function of increasing withthe altitude ratedamping TAS The errorsignalis summed . The programmerutputis rate o signals beforebeinggainprogrammed. limited a function TAS and applied an outputto the as of as withwashedout pitch autopilotomputer.It is alsosummed c attitude displacement and limited.Thenit is summed withthe vertical gyro signal, amplified,nd applied the SG-605 drive a to to the to the the pitchcue on the EADI. Thisprovides command capture selected altitude. AfterALT SEL CAP and before goingintoALT hold,any change of preselected altitude ill resultin ALT SEL modereverting ackto w b ARM .

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Navigationode (VNAV)(SeeFigure M 214.) 3. C. (15) Vertical To utilize the VNAVcapabilityf the VNAVComputer/Controller o (VNCC), the pilot must set selected altitude, station elevation, and TO-FROM offsetfromthe station.
The altitude the is selected to the by placing desired the altitude. selector switch t~ ALT and

The STAELswitch position selected the station is and elevation set on the display is by rotating the set knob. Resolutions 100 feet. The TCI FR i or
slewing display position (along is track selected offset) and is the set. distance Resolution ahead is of, 0.1 or beyond the mile. VOR

The vertical angle(VANG) position selected the computed is and vertical pathangleto the desired destinations displayed.The pilotmay i observe the continuously computed flight pathangle(angle compute mode)untilthe desired angleis displayed ndthen press the VNAV a modeselector.Thiswillfreeze the button on the flight director angleand capture the vertical path,or the set knobmay be usedto preseta desired vertical angle(fixed anglemode). Thenpressing the VNAVbutton will arm the system to capture the selected vertical
nautical Should the VNAV button not be pressed before the path angle. the VNCCwillrevert the anglecompute to selected angle is reached,

mode,continuously displayinghe computed t angleto the desired destination. Whena vertical pathhas been selected by pressing the VNAV button mode selector,he vertical t deviation ithrespect the w to the selected vertical pathis displayed n the EADI and EHSI. Pressing o to the vertical path the VNAV button willcausethe aircraft capture immediatelyf in the anglecompute i mode. Thiswillcancelany previously elected s pitchmode. VNAVCAP is illuminated the mode on selector and VNAV (green) annunciated the EADI. If the VNAV is on button on the modeselector pressed is beforethe presetangleis reached the fixedanglemode,the VNAVARM and previouslyngaged in e pitchmodeare illuminated themodeselector.The previously on selected pitch modeand VNAV (white) annunciated the EADI. is on Whenthe selected angleis reached, VNAVCAP illuminates on the mode selector, NAVARM andthe previouslyelected V s pitchmodeturnoff. On the EADI,VNAV (green) turnson and the previouslyelected s pitch mode is turnedoff.
on

Whenthe aircraft reached has the selected altitude,LT is A illuminated andVNAVCAP is turned off on the mode selector. off on the EADI. annunciated and VNAV is turned

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As the
the erroneous aircraft path VORTAC passes the selected will a point or the desired altitude, use should for of vertical problem data

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cancelled. with dashes. problem. the maximum, cancelled

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in the samemanner. This automaticancellation c willbe preceded flashing the VANG by of display for the lastdegree computer of vertical pathangle. The signal representing VANG/vertical erroris supplied the to flight director computer fromthe VNAVComputer/Controller. the In anglecompute submode, flight the director synchronizes the to constantlyhanging c angle. WhenVNAVis selected and immediately captured,he synchronizer t becomes angleholdci~cuit.Any an deviation romthe engaged f angleprovides errorsignal an intothe TAS programmer. In the fixedanglemode,the selected angleis storedin the synch/hold circuit the flight in director computer.Whenthe aircraft reaches the pointwherethe actual and selected angles are equal, the systemcaptures fliesthe previouslyelected and s VANG. Any departure romthisangleprovides errorsignalintothe TAS f an programmer. The errorsignalis gainprogrammedndpitchrate limited a a as function ofTAS. It is thensentto the autopilot omputer.Inside c
the flight director computer, it is summed with a washed out vertical gyro signal, displacement limited, summed with the vertical gyro, amplified, and applied to the SG-605 to drive the pitch cue on the EADI.

angle reach navigation

A sample problem diagramedin Figure is 215. At the instant shown, the aircraft is 1000 feet above and 13.0 range miles from a VOR station whichhas an elevationf 1500feet. The pilotdesires o to go to 10,000 feetat a point10 milespastthe VOR station. If the problem variables (STAEL, ALT,TO-FRM) had already beenput intothe VN-212and the pilothadpressed the VNAVbuttonon the mode selector the instant at shown, the aircraft would climbto the desired pointat a 3-degree angle.

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CITATION Ilfl

1A 2CCImVAC DEG COURSE ERROR FROM SG 605 FIG 203 11 31 *

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Of MOO OUTPUT IS 0PPC2S11[ PHASE FOR BC

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40

LOCALIZER TRANSMITTER THE LOCALIZER TRANSMITTER. OPERATING ON ONE OF THE 40 ILS CHANNELS WITHIN THE FREQUENCY RANGE OF 108.1 MHz TO 111.95 MHz, RADIATES ABOUT 100 WATTS, IS HORIZONTALLY POLARIZED, AND HAS MODULATION FREQUENCIES OF 90 AND 150 Hz. CODE IDENTIFICATION (1020 Hz} ANO VOICE COMMUNICATION ARE PROVIDED ON THE SAME CHANNEL.

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Xk~ARKER MODULATION -400 HZ LIGHT COLOR - PURPLE IDENTIFICATION - TWO DASHEStSECONDCONTINUOUS . . CAT I I CATEGORY II

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m MPASS LOCATOR TRANSMITT*


COMPASSLOCATOR TRANSMITTERS ARE OFTEN SITUATED AT THE MIDDLE AND OUTER MARKER SITES. THE TRANSMITTERS HAVE A POWER OF LESS THAN 25 WATTS, A RANGE OF AT LEAST 15 MILES, AND OPERATE BETWEEN 200 AND 415 kHz. THE 1020 HZ IDENTIFICATION CODE IS KEYED WITH THE FIRST TWO LETTERS OF THE ILS IDENTIFICATION ON THE OUTER LOCATOR AND THE LAST TWO LETTERS ON THE MIDDLE LOCATOR. AT SOME LOCATORS, SIMULTANEOUS VOICE TRANSMISSIONS FROM THE CONTROL TOWER ARE PROVIDED. RATE OF DESCENT CHART If eat per minute) ANGLE SPEED (KNOTS) 80 21123 400 485 575 665 707 23140 440 535 630 730 778 P 475 565 690 795 849
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. . AGZ22 NORMAL ACCELEROMETER r
17J1

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DIRECT0RC0MPUTER
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MAINTENANCE MANUAL CITATION V


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~ 4. Autopilot omputer C Functional DescriptionSeeFigures ( 217,217.1, 218,and 219. ) A. Autopilot/Yaw DamperEngage(SeeFigure 217or 217.1.) The autopilot s engaged pressing AP ENGAGE i by the buttonon the PC-500 Engaging autopilot utomatically the a engages theyaw AP Controller. damper. WiththemomentaryP ENGAGE A switch button pressed, voltsdc 28 fromdisconnectwitches and S6 are routed s S5 through the followingo t 1OJ1B-3O turntransistor on. to Q1 . AP Controllerurnknobswitch llJ1-L t to AP ControllerP ENGAGE A switch lJ1-P to . VG Validswitch lJ1-R to . Rollratemonitor testboardto 57J1-H(Citation only) V . Rollratemonitor relayK1 energized ontact 57J1-K(Citation c to V only) q Rollratemonitor testboardto 1OJ1B-3O (Citation only) V q lJ1-Rto 1OJ1B-3O (CitationI only) I
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WithQ1 on, 28 voltsfrom1OJ1A-5 are routed through the ENG series through the switch and a diodeto 1OJ1B-33.These28 voltsdc are routed VG validswitchpathto 1OJ1B-3O o latchQ1 on afterthe AP ENGAGE t buttonis released.WithTCS not selected,he 28 voltsdc from1OJ1A-5 t are alsoroutedthrough the ENG and TCS series switches 1OJ1A-3 to to engage the aileron and elevator clutches are routed llJ1-c and to to lightthe AP ENGAGE button, whichindicateshatthe autopilot s t i engaged. The Yaw Damperis alsoengaged whenthe AP ENGAGE buttonis pressed.The 28 voltsat 1OJ1B-3O hatturnQ1 on are routed t through diodeto turn ;i Q2 on. WithQ2 on, 28 voltsat 1OJ1B-13 areroutedthrough the ENG series switchto 1OJ1B-12 o engage t the rudder servoclutch.This voltage alsorouted is through diodeto latchQ2 on and to llJ1-R a to lightthe YD ENGAGE button whichindicateshattheyaw damperis t engaged. The Yaw Dampercan alsobe engaged, ithout w the autopilot eingengaged, b by pressing the YD ENGAGE button the PC-500 on Autopilot ontroller. C Transistor2 is thenturned by 28 voltsapplied 1OJ1B-35,Theyaw Q on to damperengagecircuitry henoperates t the sameas previouslyiscussed. d The autopilotilldisengage w if
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the following

conditions:

. Pressing the pilots copilotsP disconnect witch or A s . Pressing the go-aroundwitch s . Lossof DG valid
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4. B.

Roll The

Axis roll

(See axis

Figure of the

218, autopilot

sheets

1 and

2.) signals from the following

receives

components:

Attitude validandrollattitude signal fromthe vertical gyro. Heading validand heading errorsignal fromthe directional gyro Rollcommands fromthe flight director computer. Rollturnknobcommands fromthe autopilotontroller. c Synchronization the roll axisis achieved in when (1) Synchronization. the net signal therollservosum is zero. Priorto autopilot to engagement, autopilotommand all c inputs are zerobecause the autopilot notyet coupled anymodeand the ROLLCPL,HDG HOLD, is to and TK q AP ENGswitches areopen. At thistime,the inputto the rollsynchronizer through the rollratelimiter willalsobe zero because switch ENG q TCS SEL q ROLL HOLD is open. Rollattitude AP fromthe vertical gyrois demodulated applied the summing and to amplifier.If the sumof thesetwo signals not zero,qn error is signalappears and is amplified,nd applied theAP ENG+ TCS SEL a to switch. During synchronization priorto autopilot ngagement,he e t switchis closed, applying he errorsicmalto the rollsynchronizer t integrator. Before engagement, ROLLHOLD switchis closedand the the errorsignal drives the integrator. The integrators driven i untilits outputis equalto the rollattitude input. Whentheyare equalthe errorto the integrators zeroand the rollaxisis i synchronized. ynchronizing S provides transient-free engagementf o the autopilot.During synchronization, errorsignalis also the applied therolldisplacement to pathbut the aileron servois not engaged.Therefore, synchronization no transientsill appearon w the controls. Priorto engagement the autopilot, servodriveclutchis not of the engaged thecentral to surface; thus,the servoloopfollows on up the inputcommand synchronizing zeromotorrotation.#t to engagement, servois at a nullposition the corresponding the to inputcommand. (2) Heading-Hold. theautopilot s engaged If i withno lateral mode selected andwitha bankangleof lessthan6 degrees andthe TURN knobin the detent position,he heading-hold t modeis engaged and theHDG HOLDswitch closed, is allowing outputof the heading the

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synchronizer engagement to be coupled into the roll rate limiter. Prior to

thissignal outputis or whenothermodesare engaged, departs from the synchronized heading, an zero. If the aircraft to the rollratelimitcircluit. error signal is applied

The rollratelimiter derives the rateof the command errorsignal. The ratesignalis clipped a diodelimiter by and then applied to If the ratesignal risesto a levelhatwould t the integrator. command morethan5.5degrees per second, the diodesclipthe error signal intothe integrator, thuslimiting the integratorutputto o to a level 5.5degrees per second.Whenthe ratesignaldecreases secondro11 ate,this r that commands less than a 5.5 degrees per signal drivesthe integratort thatrateand the diodelimiters a fromthe haveno effect theerrorsignal. Errorcommandsignals on Because ratelimiter circuit are applied the rollsynchronizer. to the autopilot s in the heading-hold i mode,the command signal passes through the ROLLHOLDswitch the integratorn the roll to i W i and TC:S not is synchronizer.henthe auto~ilot s engaged switchis closed, adding a resistor selected,heA/P ENG TCSSEL t
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to the feedback integrator into

path around a lag circuit.

the

integrator.

This

converts

the

The command signal fromthe lagcircuit applied a bankangle is to limitsthe signal outputfor the heading hold limiter.Thiscircuit is fromthe circuit whenthe autopilot s i mode. The limiter removed disengagedr whentheTCS buttonis pressed allow o to In mode,the A/P ENG TCS SEL synchronization. the heading-hold in the rollcommand circuit. switch is closed, placing the limiter
q

The limited command amplified nd applied the roll is a to pathto the rolls.qnchronizer is displacement path. The feedback now openedbecause theA/P ENG+ TCS SEL switchis openin the command inverted passed is and heading holdmode. The displacement through the Q-switching soft-ride,ain-changing and g circuits be to summed withrollrate. Rollrateprovides short-term a damping signal. The resultingrror e signal amplifiedy the rollservosum amplifier applied is b and to the servoamplifier. The resultant utputsignal o d-ivesthe aileron servomotor. The servoamplifierutputis limited the electronicorque o by t of the limiter.In the eventof a failure the torquelimiter, monitor circuit woulddisengage he autopilothen servotorque t w so exceeded predetermined a level. The clutchis engaged the servo a motorwilldrivethe aileron.As the motordrives, ratedamping signal fromthe servotachometers fed backas a damping i signal to signalis alsofed backto stabilizehe servoloop. A position t t willbankthe oppose the command signal. Deflectinghe aileron airplane toward the heading thatexisted whenthe aJtopilotas w bankanglechanges, the o~tputof the engaged.As the airplane

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The inputfromthe gy~oopposes the change. thusreducing the resulting rrorto the servo e the errorsignal, As the airplane bankstowardthe desired heading, error the drive. fromthe heading synchronizer will be reduced. As this e-ror decreases command the signals throughout axis will begin to roll the The final result will be a null at the airplane toward wings-level. airplane flying wings-leveln the heading o the servo output with the thatexisted the timeof autopilot ngagement. at e
gyro reflects is pressed, the error signal into the roll synchronizer is

on Steering (TCS). Whenthe TCS switch the control 4. B. (3) TouchControl


wheel reduced

inputswitches the rollratelimiter to to zero because the are all opened, removing command all inputs thesesumming to points. The aileron servodriveclutchis disengaged,llowing pilotto a the placethe airplane the desired in rollattitude.As the attitude changes, the outputto the rollservosumwillchange. Thisoutput representshe differenceetween t b airplane attitude and tle signal levelat the outputof the rollsynchronizer. outputto the The servosum is fed backintothe rollsynchronizer keeping theservo sum inputat a null. The amplified rrorsicmalis fed backto the rollsynchronizer e through the closed A/P ENG+ TCS SEL switch. At thistirwthe A/P the resistor fromtha outputof opens,removing ENG . TCS SEL switch Withthe resistorsffectremoved, e the the integrator. synchronizer actsas an integrator, as a lag circuit.The error not signalis applied through the ROLLHOLDswitch drivet~e to The integrator drivesuntilitsoutputis eqJal to the integrator. willbe zero, rollattitude signal. At thistimethe errorsignals and the systemis synchronized the existing to airplane bankangle. Whenthe TCS switchis released, he feedback t pathfor the amplified errorsignalis openedby the A/P ENG+ TCS SEL switch. Releasing the TCS switchalsoclosestheA/P ENG TCS SEL switch, converting modes are selected the integratorntoa lag circuit. If no lateral i in the flightdirector computer and the bankangleis lessthan6 t w degrees whenTCS is released, he autopilotillreturnto heading than6 degrees TCS at hold. When the bankangleis greater release, the ROLLHOLDswitchopensand the airplane maintains he t fromthisbankanglewill selected bankangle. Any deviation generate errorsignal drivethe aileron an to servoto return the airplane the desired to bankangle. Thisbankangleis maintained w untila new attitude selected is withTCS. If the autopilotas coupled the flight to director when TCS was used,uponrelease of the TCS switch, the autopilotillcoupleto the engaged w flight director mode.
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4. B. (4) TURN Knob. Whenthe TURNknobis rotated out of detent, any prev. ously coupled roll modeis uncoupled. The ROLL CPL and IDG ~ are open,removing all inputsignals,The TK AP ENG HOLD switches switch closesto applytheTURN-knob ommand c signal fromthe The command signalis ratelimited 5.5 to autopilot ontroller.c degrees per secondandpassed through the ROLLHOLDswitch(seelast paragraph f TCS explanation) drivethe rollsynchronizer.he o to T command signalis limited *3O degrees knobexcitation, to by then summed withthe vertical gyroattitude signal. Fromthispoint, the errorsignalis applied thedisplacement to pathto drivethe aileron servo.
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Returning heTURN knobto detent t willreturn the airplane a to wings-level condition nd engage a the heading-hold mode. Othermodes can be selected willbe coupled and afterthe TURNknobis returned to the detentposition. (5) Lateral Modes(Heading elect, S NAV Select, BackCourse, VOR APR). Whenthe pilotselects lateral a modeon themodeselector,he ROLL t CPLmode is engaged the autopilot s engaged.The desired if i roll commands computed are andprocessed y the flight b director computer and are applied the autopilotomputer 1OJ1A-18. to c at The command signalis passed through the ROLLCPL switch.All other inputs are blocked because the HDG HOLD,andTK . AP ENG switches are opened. Fromthispoint, the rollcommand pathfollows the same pathas the heading-hold signal drivethe aileron to servo. The errorsignal will flythe airplane the selected to flight pathand rollout to a wings-level condition n the selected o flight path. (6) LiftCompensation. During turn,an airplane a losesliftandtends to losealtitude.To compensateor thiscondition,he autopilot f t rollaxisapplies the rollattitude signal fromthe vertical yroto g an absolute rollcircuit.Thiscircuit willprovide nose-up a command the pitchaxiswhenthe airplane bankedleftor right. to is The amplitude f thiscommand o shouldbe equalto the lossof lift due to the turnso thatverylittle, any,altitude lostduring if is the turn. The absolute rollcircuit outputis alsoapplied the to rolllogiccircuits generate bankangleof lessthan6-degrees to a logicin addition the liftcompensation the pitchaxis. to in (7) TorqueSwitching.(SeeFigure 219 or 219.1. The rolland pitch ) torquelimiters and torque monitors are switched a function f as o barometricltitude a fromthe air datacomputer.The nominal torque switch pointin the autopilotomputer 13,400 1,100feetof c is i barometricressure p altitude.Abovethisaltitude, he pitchand t rolltorquelimiters andmonitors are switched a lowtorque to reg me. i

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An aneroid provides independent an second sourceof altitude information formonitoringhe airdatatorqueswitching.If the t torque has not beenswitched low torqueabove16,000t 1,000 to feet,as determinedy the aneroid, TORQUE b a WARN light will The TORQUEWARNfunction testedby the is annunciatehe condition. t TESTEA FLT buttonon theautopilot ontroller. c At an air
circuitry switched data cross from barometric ground will data to altitude +15 volts of dc this cause about before 19,000

checksthe aneroid logic.


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PitchAxis (SeeFigure218,sheets and 4.) 3


The pitch axis of the autopilot receives signals from the following components:

Air datainformation fromthe flight director computer. Airspeed and altitude information fromthe airdatacomputer for
Q-switching.

Pitchwheelcommands fromthe autopilotontroller. c Attitude validand pitchattitude information from the Glideslope deviation
(1) Synchronization. signal from the flight in director the pitch vertical computer. gyro.

axisis achieved when the net signal the pitchservosum is zero. Priorto autopilot to engagement, glideslope, the airdata,and PITCHwheelsignals are blocked the open GS CPL,ADC CPL,and PW switches. by
Synchronization

Pitchattitude fromthe vertical gyro is demodulatednd is summed a Duringsynchronization, withthe outputof the pitchintegrator. the outputof the integrator follows pitchattitude causing the output the pitchdisplacement of amplifier o be zero. If the t airplane attitude changes, he sumof the integratornd ~ertical t a The error signal is applied to the gyrosignals an errorsignal. is closed ENG + TCS switch AP pitch displacement path and through the and the closedPITCHHOLDswitch drivethe integrator. to The integrators drivenuntilits outputis equalto the vertical i gyro signal and the net pitchdisplacement signalis zero.
Prior engaged to engagement to the central of the autopilot, thus, the the servo servo drive loop clutch At to is not surface;

follows on up
the

the input engagement, input

command synchronizing to the servo is at a null

zero motor rotation. position corresponding

command.

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4. c. (2)

is if mode is PitchHold. Afterthe autopilot engaged, no vertical engaged the flight on director and the PITCHwheelis not rotated, the autopilot s in the pitch-holdodeand the pitch integrator i m The outputof the holds the pitch attitude reference signal. integratoraintains he airplane m t pitchattitude thatexisted the at Any changein pitchattitude illproduce h an timeof engagement. errorsignal, and the servodrivemotoris drivenin thedirection to returnthe airplane pitchattitude o thatwhichexisted the t at timeof engagement. The servodrivedeflects elevator the control tab because the servodriveis coupled the servoclutchafter by The errorsignals drivethe servoand autopilot ngagement. e elevator return to the airplane thedesired to attitude.Whenthis attitude achieved,he elevator is t willbe at the neutral position and the servosum output will be at a null.
is provided by pitch rate. Pitch control. rate is derived is from pitch as attitude

(3) RateDamping.Damping the aircraft entral of c response pitchratetaker. This


pitch attitude signal applied a damping

in the signal for

(4) LiftCompensation. bsolute A rollsignal fromthe rollaxisis shapedbefore passing through the Q-switching soft-ride and circuitry.The liftcompensation function enerator ircuitry g c produces liftcompensation a signal whosemagnitude proportional is to sec ~-l,where$ is the airplane bankangle. Thissignalpitches the aircraft whenmakinga bankturnto compensateor the loss up f of liftin a turn. Thismaintains aircraft the neara constant altitude a turn. If the autopilot in is in the airspeed hold mode, the liftcompensation signalis removed completelyo prevent t the liftcompensation airspeed and holdcommand signals fromopposing eachotherandcausing airspeed holdmodecontrol problems. on (5) TouchControl Steering (TCS). WhentheTCS switch the control
wheel is pressed, the autopilot path is disengaged provided synchronization from the paths are established. A feedback

pitch

displacement inverter intothe pitch integrator through A/P ENG+ a TCS and PITCHHOLDswitches.The servoclutchis disengagedndthe pilotfliesthe airplane a desired to pitchattitude.The autopilot will synchronize pitchintegrator the new airplane the to pitch attitude andthe net servosumoutput willbe at a null. Whenthe TCS switchis released, he feedback t patharound the pitch integrators openedand the integrator i retains the pitchattitude signalexisting the timethe switchis released.If the airplane at
deviates appears from at the the synchronized output pitch and attitude, is an error signal

usedto position the servo motorto drivethe airplane backto the synchronized pitchattitude.
integrator

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is

rotated

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closes,

PITCHwheeltachometer be applied.The to as long as the PITCHwheel is being rotated. Rotating the PITCHwheel movement stops.
PITCH be HOLD switch The integrator). inhibited. is integrated displacement output the signal amplifier, airplane vertical this (7) Air time of is the of balance

allowing the output PW switch remains It opens when PITCH wheel will

closed

If the

(applying GS is rate of pitch since is

the PITCH wheel signal coupled, the PITCH wheel PITCH wheel rotation integrator integrated changed, and

to the pitch operation will output) If this Ihe the upsets

(tachometer

by the command integrator the

producing an attitude rate is displacement. PITCH wheel, by the vertical gyro inputs. to and be

integrator

error

routed through the displacement path the servo drive moves the elevator The airplane attitude will attitude. gyro the signal airplane is equal will be to at the the or in is -40, ALT pitch new

the servo changes the changed until output. attitude.

the At

integrator commanded

Modes(Altitude, Data the ALT, IAS or VS mode


the autopilot computer control the to pin

Airspeed, is selected a ground 1OJ1B-38, labeled

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director from These the VS. flight ground

When
computer

with director signals

engaged, switches

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provided computer into the

VS error signal from the flight input pitch through integrator

corresponding to director~omputer the

the

mode selected is to the air director

combination of with the vertical

IAS or VS and ADC CPL switches ALT q PW, and the pitch command amplifier, The the pitch command and integral signals are summed gyro signal.
of be the the tab to error to and drive air gyro the in data the the signals servo direction reference. desired air is drive not to As data zero, and the airplane the get the

If the
error the airplane changes vertical decreases. change flight airplane The

summation signal will

the
change

used

motor

elevator back pitch gyro

control on attitude signal The net

position obtain

selected

reference, to the The

changes and the air signal will continue

data error signal to drive the servo

airplane director is then

attitude computer at the

until the air data error signal ~rom is zero and the net signal is zero. desired attitude. by the electronic the torque limiter, when is As servo so back engaged is fed torque the torque the as signal a

servo

limiter. monitor

amplifier In the circuit

output event of would

is limited a failure the

of

disengage

autopilot

exceeded predetermined a level. The clutch willdrivethe elevator control tab. motor
rate also damping signal back fed the VS signal to to from stabilize oppose the the servo the command tachometer loop. signal. damping servo

servo

themotordrives, a
position is

If in IAS or
wheel

IAS or VS modes, reference.If in


the mode.

rotation of the PITCHwheel the ALT holdmode, rotation

changes of the

the

PITCH

cancels

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Glideslope. Glideslopenformation applied i is through the GS CPL


switches. Prior the that to glideslope glideslope time the capture, signals autopilot the from will GS CPL the be flight flyj~]g is switches director the pitch selected, When the the the glide ADC are open, blocking computer. At

or airdatamode. If the ALT, IAS,or VS mode CPL switches are closed, supplying error signals.
slope beam is captured, the air data mode is

hold ADC CPL

disengaged,

switches areopened, and the GS CPL switches are closed, and the glideslopeommand c signals are applied. The glideslopeisplacement d signalis inverted limited i6 and to degrees andthe glideslopentegral i signalis applied through the PITCHHOLDswitch the integrator. limiter the outputof the to A on integrator limits thissignalto +20 degrees ancl degrees up -5 down whilein theglideslope ode. The glideslopeisplacement m d and integral signals are combined and thensummed withthe vertical gyro signal . If the sum of theglideslopeommands c and the vertical gyrois not zero,an errorsignal applied the servomotor,following he is to t samepathas described or the air datamode. The servowilldrive f the elevator control tab untilthe airplane in the centerof the is glideslopeeam. b
(9)

Autopilot andManualPitchTrimSystem. The manualelectric and autopilotitchtrimsystems p bothutilize the sametrimservo. The aircraft interfacerovides p the switching ontrol determine hich c to w trim is the operational modeis beingutilized.The manualelectric t primary masteroperational or mode. The autopilot rimis utilized if the autopilot s engaged i and the manualelectric trimswitchis not beingoperated.Either the operational of modesdrives the elevator trimsurface reducethe loadon the elevator. to (a) ManualElectric rimSystem. The manualelectric T trimis operated meansof a switch eitherthe pilots the by on or copilotsontrol c wheel. In orderto activate trimservo, the the switch mustbe activated.Operation f the manualelectric o trimswitch willcausethe pitchand rollaxisof the autopilot to disengage y interrupting autopilot ngagevoltage.The b the e trimservoclutchis routedthrough relaycontacts, the in interface, whichare interrupted pressing by the AP disconnect button.Thisfeature provided allowdecouplingf the is to o trimservodrivein caseof a trimrunaway. t controls the (b) Autopilot rimSystem. The autopilot rimsystem T aircraft installedlectric e trimservomotor. The trimrateis a function sustained levator of e servoforcesabovea given threshold.

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Trim is required whenthe elevator servois required holda to sustained orqueholding t the surface offset. Movingthe trim servoamplifier utput o tab removes thisoffset. The elevator voltage fed to the trimup-down is sensors.Servomotor current fed to the trimthreshold ensor. Whenthe airplane is s requires trimwhilethe autopilot s engaged, i eitherthe down-trim sensor the up-trim or sensor, depending direction on of trimrequired, enses s the direction romthe amplifier f The outputandproduces command a signal for up or downl-rim. holding force(motor torque) whichtrimoccursis detected at by the trimthreshold ensor. Thissensor s detects motor current, whichis proportional torque. The servotorque to must be present for 1 second(up)or 2.5 seconds (down) before the startof trimming. Thisis established the TimeDelay by circuit.The detecting nd threshold ignals a s are ANDand drivethe relaywhichallows the pulseoutputto drivethe trim motor. The pulsewidthodulator upplies pulsetrain, m s a the pulseduration beinga function airspeed,hichcontrols of w the speedof the trimtab. The trimservodrivemotorw~lldrive to change trimtab position untilthe trimsensor doesnot sensea trim requirement the holding and forceis r[?moved from the servo.

I 4.
1

c.

(lo) FlapCompensation. Deploymentr detractingf the flaps o o (Citation I)or advancing r retardinghe throttles I o t (Citation) V requires addedtrimresponse limitairplane to ballooning at deployment. Whenthe throttles re advanced retarded, flap-up a or a or flap-down ignal s entersthe autopilotomputer 1OJ1B-46 c at and starts the flapsin motiontimer. The outputof the timeris the flap/throttle compensation signal.Thissignalis applied the up to anddowntrimsensor, thusbypassinghe normaltrimdelayin one t direction. (11) TorqueSwitching.(SeeFigure219or 219.1. The pitchaxistorque ) switching perates o the sameas the rollaxistorqueswitching discussed paragraph .B. in 4 (7).

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4. 5 218,sheets D. YawAxis (SeeFigure

MAINTENANCE MANUAL
CITATION V and 6.)

Theyaw axisof the autopiloteceives r heading information fromthe directional gyro. The i (1) YawAxisSynchronization. yaw axisof the autopilot s Before theyaw damper modeis synchronized priorto engagement. engaged, all heading ratesignals are blocked the YD ENGAGE by switch, whichgrounds the outputof the heading ratewashout amplifier.The servoamplifier nd servodrivemakeup the servo a b position servoloop. A signalat theyaw servosum is amplifiedy the servoamplifier nddrivesthe torque a motorto command surface a feedback synchro feedsbacka 400-Hz signal position.The position that is demodulated andopposes the errorsignal. Whenthe surface
is at the position commanded, the input to the servo amplifier will signal be at a null. A rate damping signal is fed backas a damping

to stabilizehe servoloop. t Priorto engagementf the autopilot,he servodrive clutch o t is not servoloopfollows on Up to the central surface; thus, the the inputcommand synchronizing zeromotorrotation.At to engagement, servois at a nullposition the corresponding the to inputcommand.The servoamplifier includes torquelimiter a and monitor. The torquelimiter limitsthemaximum current supplied to the motor,and thus,limits the maximum torque output themotor, of sincemotortorqueis proportional motorcurrent.The monitor to disengageshe autopilotndyaw damperif the torquelimiter t a fails, preventing failure a whichwouldresultin no torquelimiting.
engaged

Duringthe synchronization and untilthe heading-hold mode mode is engaged, the heading synchronizer in the follow-up r is o synchronization mode. Thisheading synchronizer an electronic is unit,not a mechanicalevice. In orderto achieve d electronic heading synchronization andelectronicaw ratecircuit y operation, a 3-wire-to-2-wire converterircuit employed theyaw axisof c is in the autopilot.Three-wirenformation i fromthe directional gyrois applied SW1 and SW2 andto the logicswitchingircuits to c that actually perform the 3-wire-to-2-wire conversiony opening b and closing electronicwitches. s The directional gyroX andY information applied SW1 andSW2. is to One of theseswitches willalwaysbe closed, and at timesbothare closed. The switches areclosedwhentheirwaveform voltage zero is and openwhenthewaveform at 5 volts. The signal is fromSW1 and SW2 is demodulatedndthenapplied the linevoltage a to compensation induced voltage by changes the on circuit.Any errorsignals 115-volts c linewillbe eliminatedt thispoint. A signal a a representing dynamic airplane heading summed is witha signal from the integratorf the heading o synchronizer. thesesignals If are not equal,the resultantrrorsignalis inverted applied the e and to integratorhrough t the HDG HOLDswitch. The integrator willbe drivenuntilitsoutputis equalto the airplane heading.

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4. D. (2) Heading Hold. If the
flying wings-level with autopilot no other is engaged and the airplane is

modesselected, he heading-hold t synchronizer mode is engaged.The HDG HOLD switch into the heading opens. If the airplane changes heading, errorsignalis an developed.It is inverted applied and through the NORMor INV switch provide heading to a errorsignal the rollaxiscircuits to to returnthe airplane the desired to heading.Whenthe heading-hold modeis engaged, logicinputto the 3-wire-to-2-wire a converter locksup the converter o maintain t existing logicoutputs. Thislockup is necessary o preserve heading-hold t the reference information. heading information fromthe line (3) Yaw DamperOperation.The dynamic voltage compensation amplifier s applied the heading i to ratetaker circuit and passed through the NORMor INVswitches.The rate signalis amplified ndthenapplied the crossover a to holdcircuit. SwitchRT1 is closedat all timesexcept whenthe slopeof the dynamic heading changes frompositive negative negative to or to the ratesignal wouldbe causedby the positive.At thesetimes, signal switching ircuits not airplane c and inputs.Thistransient is blocked fromentering heading the ratewashout circuit. opening by switch RT1 for a 100-millisecond period duringthe switching Duringthisperiod, the capacitor the crossover old in h transition. circuit maintains he lastexisting t signal rateof the dynamic heading signal. The crossover oldcircuit h outputis applied the heading to rate representshe changes t of washout circuit.Thisoutputsignal mode is engaged, ~ the ~amic heading rate. Whentheyaw damper ENG switch willbe open,removing thegroundfromthe heading rate washout circuit output. Thissignal willbe applied theyaw to servosum to drivethe rudderservo. The servoamplifier utputis o limited the electronicorquelimiter.In the eventof a failure by t the circuit woulddisengage the of the torquelimiter, monitor autopilot henservotorqueexceeded predetermined w a level. The servodriveclutchis engaged thatthe rudderis drivento damp so roll outthe changing dynamic heading ratesignals. If the airplane rateexceeds degrees 7 per second if the airplane or bankangle the heading ratesignalis removed grounding by exceeds degrees, 45 the outputof the heading ratewashout circuit.Whentheserateand bankanglesignals arereduced below7 degrees per secondand the bankangleis lessthan45 degrees, the switchopens,removing the groundand restoring he command t signal. The heading ratesignal fromthe heading ratewashout circuit is gainswitched the MID-Qswitch maintain by to uniform airplane response across the airspeed rangeof the airplane.

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CITATION n/V

COPILOTS T

TCS SW

57J,

L-L
PILOTS TCS SW T

7 .5:4JT~Ni I I ENG SERIES SWITCH *

t TCS SERIES SWITCH 10J1A +3+

7J1A-38

Q
! :%%?:ER
APfTRIM CB

2 TK DETENT 20 VDC TO lDJIB.15 AND 65J1A.95 4 TI 00 (N( C_


1

01

TURN KNOB

28V AP ENG

TCS

II

INTERNAL GND DISENGAGES FOR THE FOLLOWING INVALID CONDITIONS: . . . .

AP

POWER SUPPLY ( 15 AND 5 VDC) HIGH TOROUE CURRENT AP TEST (FAULT ALL MONITORS) ACCELERATION> 1.@+<O @

1I

t
T

10J1A

1%
JI
AP 28 VDC PILOTS AP TRIM 28 VDC To 10J1I3 PILOTS TRIM SYSTEM VD ENGAGE II II I I I I AUTOPILOT I 13 I

28vDc_n
TO 10J1B.3 +28V AP POWER 4-

DISCONNECT

SW

ELEc RIM

sw COPILOTS AP DISCONNECT SW

&
AP DISC WITH RELAY TRIM K7

ENG SERIES SWITCH

llJ1 ~:n~;~

<35

S6 $0 S5 d THROTTLE MOUNTED GO-AROUND SW

Th

K4

--P_77
T07J1B54 NOTE : SEE SHEET 2 FOR DETAILS OF ROLL RATE MONITOR TEST BOARD

L
-?:.4537

10J1A

OFF LIGHT 14-327 LAMPS)

. . ..

!OJIA

28 VDC A C FAIL CKT BKFi

vALID

I L 28 VDC HDG2 &

IOJIB 36 GNO FROM ::MPTR ~> ~ 14 4 AUTOPILOT OFF HORN AD 18699@ R2

Autopi 1et/Yaw Damper Engage Interlock Diagram forCitation V Figure 217 (Sheet of 2) 1

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ROLLRATEMONITOR TESTBOARD ~P-~ APCOMPUTER


10J1E

28 VDC AP ENG SELECT

14

AP ENG INTLK

7 I 1 I I
I I .

11

28 VDC AP ENG

rRZ-220ROLLRATEMONITOR
2
H I I I I K I I T

FROM llJ1-P

5 I I

I I I I I

28 VDC AP PWR

PC.= AT rCONTROLLER
I

llJI Y c +15 VDC FROM 1OJIA-1

I I I

I I I I I

I I I I I #
I
I

I
J

I I L d

JJl
7

l-,
A

-%-lI I

$-l L

Itil

NOTE. I 1 I RZ-220 ROLL RATE MONITOR RELAY K1 IS SHOWN IN THE NORMAL ENERGIZED POSITION THE CONDITIONS TO THE OR GATE CAUSE THE RELAY TO DE-ENERGIZE AND THE AUTOPILOT TO DISENGAGE.
AD

K1

lW19@)

Autopilot/Yaw DamperEngage Interlock Diagram for Citation V Figure 217 (Sheet 2)

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COPILOT T

S TCS SW

u
PILOTS TCS SW T

I
II

I
ENG SERIES SWITCH
;

I
7JIA 38 I II 1.11

TCS SERIES SWITCH

10.I1A +3+

P<4-S VG vAL~

1.)1 R ~~~

I
I

~IIJl

<33~

* I 28v AP ENG . TCS

J\E
10J1A

10J1B ~ 6W1A4

p,D~~::Mm~:l~ PILOTS AP TRIM DISCONNECTS 28 VOC TO ELEc TRIMsw COPILOTS AP DISCONNECT SW


(

SWITCH

,8vDc_n~
TO 10J1B.3 +28V AP POWER

AP/TRIM

CB

l-l

I
55

< S6 THROTTLE MOUNTED GO-AROUND SW

I r

I AUTOPILOT OFF LIGHT [4-327 LAMPSI

K4

T S3

%
TO 7J1B-54 ~ To PLOTS TRIM SYSTEM

VALID

I
I

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28 VDC HDG2

10JIB 36 ~

%EJ
=

Q AUTOPILOT OFF HORN AD 21745

Autopilot/Yaw Damper Engage Interlockiagram D forCitation II Figure 217.1

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HDG ERRDR FllLLM YAW AXIS [SW 5)

liDG HOLD 7 o

lwIA

:rv%:sli%mw +
A/P CONTROLLER 1, r !

T
ROLL 1

CPL +

~:%

<+-, = SYNCHRONIZER

C* I
RIGHT ROLL

1 <?+15.OC

L>.
AP ENG . TCSSEL

4L-J

I ; ~<
A >__L<

I 1
1
I

26+
,

TK

A:ENG

r
i

OISPL A

A? ENG

TCS SEl

<~.l,v.c

&
TURN K N08 @l

:*27I

11=
II -1

II

_
6P ENG+

o~
ROLL HOLO+ TCS S*L

9
,~o
BANK ANGLE LIMITER

, VGROI.LATT FIG. 207 <1 { +10<1 AMPLIFIER LINE VOLTAGE COMPENSATION ABSOLLITE ROLL TO PITCH AXIS ISH 31 &OC ROLL TO YAw AXIS (SH 51 NOTE: ALL SWITCHES ARE SHOWN IN OPEN POSITION. LABELEO CONDITION CLOSES SWITCH.

ROLL AXiS

AD 187LM @

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~LERON
10JlB 12J1

SERVO DRtiVE AND BRACKET

1
I

I
SERVO OISPL A AMPLIFIER

\ <
ROLL OISJLACEMENT FILTER ROLL & SERVO SUM TOROUE LIMITER = =

J\

II II
:&

!@
I
1
I
M

SVNCHRO GEAR RATIO

I
I
CLUTCH LINKAGL -. -{--~-e 1) I I I ORUM AIL 1 N(1N

II
11 II II

=2
1
1

.m POWER GEAR TRAIN

TOROUE MOTOR

I I I

I I

I
I

q AP TEST

HI _. TOROUE

II

I I I I

II
RATE
B 2.-.5 RATE * u

T7H~UE

TOROLI E MONITOR

q AP TEST

A
LOGIC +28v P ENG TCS SEL

-1+ J-+ =
57
1021A

TO ENGAGI.

----1+3*

L .

jg~y;;,,

-449 d-+J-

AP TEST +15 V OC

TO PITCH AXIS ISH41 TO YAW AXIS ISH61

NOTE

ALL SWITCHES ARE SHOWN IN OPEN POSITION. LABELEO CONDITION CLOSES SWITCH. AO.1S700 2 RI

ROLL AXIS

Autopilot omputer C Signal FlowDiagram Figure 218 (Sheet 2)

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lWIB ~ 38 yALT HOLD GND TO SWITCH LOGIC

L~M

+40+

sOO

lWIA

F
I
(

ALT . P=

I As

T~O.4;EF+AT10N

1-

/
o

Vs

ABSDLUTE ROL 1 FROM RDLL AXIS (SH 1)

LIFT COMP FUNCTION GENERATOR

AIR OATA INPUT FROM FDC %$%


{

+25 ( l! ALT . =
ADC CPi ~o

AP ENG+TCS I

1,

~~

II
II
I II II I

II
I I
< ; w

L/-A+
Vs G, CPL + ADC CPL 3

. r
APCONTROLLER
DESCEND a >+

INTEGRAL

~22

7
llJI GLIDE SLOPE FROM FGC FtG. 212

)
m

PITCH INTEGRATOR

II II
II Ii
II +20<f * LA

:
I

!#.*--/)
CLIME PITCH WHEEL

+
k6 LIMITER

PITCH DISPLACEMENT

~pLAYCONTROLLIEFI

1 1
!2+ I

DISPLACEMENT

MID O T

-t-$g pi=
SLEW CMD v Ao MOOE q

VG
PITCH ATT FIG.,,,

J@<!
{ ~,,<1
t AMPLIFIER

PITCH COMMANO AMPLIFIER

1 =

ISR =

LINE vOLTAGE COMPENSATION

+8+
I

I
Pw

1(

VA

RATE

TAKER

NOTE.

ALL SWITCHES LASELEO

ARE SHOWN

IN OPEN POSITION =

J
PITCH AXIS

L =

CGNOITION

CLOSES SWITCH.

AD 187023 R!

Autopilotomputer C Signal FlowDiagram Figure 218 (Sheet 3)

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10.MA

5-

voc+i>
THROTTLE q 4s% P42
AP TEST +15 VDC

THROTTLE -% N2

Miu c1 J

LOW Q Mm o THROTiLES

7U% OUTV CVCLE 4S% OUTV CVCLE 100% DUTV CVCLE

FROM ROLL AXIS ISH2)

+TOENGAGELOG1c I
LEd-EEF
RELAY DRIVER

rTRIM
I

CESSNA SERVO ORIVE

--GEAR
QH]}.-C., CLUTCH

AIRCRAFT TRIM

I
I

H~uE AP TEST

RELAVS (SEE TABLE S01, FIG. 4-11)

+g-e
LINKAGE ELEVATOR TRIM TAB

TORCEUE

TFIIM

LIMITER
I ELEVATOR CURRENT SENSING z)

T14RESliOL0
SENSOR

TIME

OELAV

I 5s *

UP 1 SEC
ON 2.S SEC

+&

11.11
~ Em TRIM GOWN SENSOR ~

>

TO APCONTtlOLLER )

4x*

RMLHT r
SERVO ORIVE AND

~ H~uE AP TEST

4
BRACKET 1 ,Ul RATE lWIB ELEVATOR

~hL SERVO AMPLIFIER -++53+ c ~554SERVO SUM g--bt-

!
II II II

LINKAGE

I I I
I

E-

0
ELEVATOR CONTROL TAB

PITCH AXIS (FOR CtTATtONV ONLY)

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R2

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FLAP RELAY ACTIVATED BY SWITCtE ON FLAP HANDLE lWIB FLAP TIMER COMP 26 SEC I ~> FLAPS 9 ON = FLAP UP

LOW Q MID 0 FLAPS IN MOTION AF TEST + 16 VDC FROM ROL!. Axis {wz) MIO O

50% DUTY CYCLE 36% OUTV CYCLE 100% OLJTVCYCLE

*,.,-+::-

CESSNA r TRIM SERVO


, ORIVE
GEAR

1
~]}..c,,,.;

DENGAGELoGc
NI TOROUE

-Yd3

&&Q

-6tCLUTCH LINKAGE

EEl.LEVATOR

TRIM Tt4RESNOLD SENSOR

TIME DELAY PULL IN 3 SEC OROPOUT O SEC

I
L .

ELEVATOR TRIM TAS

:URRENT ENSING

:)
RATE

UP
TRIM ON TRIM DOWN SENSOR

UP SENSOR

<

f
_!9

HI-E . AP TEST

T
lWIS

II
~
@ ~53 4

r
c

-r

ERVO

AMPLIFIER

SERVO SUM II II

Ee

, =

,W, L I

. f-
ELEVATOR SERVO DRIVE AND SRACKET

LINKAGE

~-e ELEVATOR CONTROL TAB

II
D POSITION OEMOO -: ~

~>1

10J1A +2 TIVAPENG. - TCSSEL+ 3 ,~:J I ~

PITCH AXIS (FOR CITATIONII ONLY)


-k ______ J

AD 18702 ~

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I Xb

IWIB

I I I o
L
HEADING SVNCHRO NO. 2

~+Ac

J ; %-I A$

I
.I1 ,..

z z+

-1

3P
SW2
HOG HOLO

1/

ii

r
>
RATE

---1
INv

---y

HEAOING

TAKER

>+[~wo--~=
cROSS OVER
HOLO CIRCUIT HOG RATE WASHOUT

-0=2
NORM

~- ROLL +
=

VO ENG
+ RATE > 70/SEC

B/A >450 + HDG RATE

1 = DISAISLE

) 1
SR (cm v ONLV)

MO a

I
NOTE, NORM ALL SWITCHES ARE SHOWN IN OPEN POSITION LASELED CONDITION CLOSES SWITCH

~op,~oTs c,4.Dq1,
I

4C!FRE I
CONVERTER lHOG HOLO

HOG ERROR

-1

t-

w
+.~Q HEADINO SYNCHRONIZER < OROLLAxsw

, ~>+

=%0+
I

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L
HEAOING SVNCHRO NO. 2

r~
I
I

II

YAW AXIS
-A

2vOceOR

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R!

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DEMOCI

i )

v <

I
RUDDER WASHOUT VD ENG

I
I
II
SERVO AMPLIFIER

IQ
1;
TOROUE MOTOR

SVNCHRO GEAR RATIO

I
LINKAGE -19ORUM RUOOER

HEALSING

RATE ~ FILTER AND VAW SERVO SUM ]:@;@.~:J~-z-jPOWER GEAR TRAIN \ I I

II II
II

I I

I I

II
RATE ! xi

I ;m I TA~
GEN

I 1
I

AP TEST +15 VOC FROM ROLL AXIS [HZ)

TOROUE MONITOR I I

I-&-i Y

3 Ii I

~~

I I I
I

l.YAW AXIS

TO ENGAGE

LOGIC

+EVVN+*!J

I
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I 1

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r
I_
#

ANEROID SWITCH

+15 VDC APTEST INPUT ___l_<49< FROM57J1-L I


FIG. 217 I

10J1A I *

APTEST +75V De

I I
I

I
10J1B +%

TORQUE WARN ANNUNCIATOR

al-

28V DC

AIR DATA COMPUTER mVDC/FT +y>--<zl

9J 1

1;
<~* 10J1B (-

TORQUE SWITCHING LOGIC

ALTSIGNAL 2.5 VDC+O.2 I

28 VDC VALID

1: ><44

L
NOTE:

-1
GND +15VDC

qin=rzsf

HI TORQUE

THE ANEROID SWITCH WILL SWITCH BETWEEN 15,000 AND 17,000 FEET. THE OUTPUT WILL BE +15 V DC FOR >17,000 FEET AND GND FOR <15,000 FEET.

AD-1 8701

Torque Switching ignal S FlowDiagram for Citation V Figure19 2

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APCOGOG
TEST EA FLT z
r

1
llJ1 10J1A

I Ill +

iwe+v AP TEST +15V DC

><<49 1 -1 I

I I I I

1-

r
~

ANEROIO SWITCH

I 1
I .7

TOR(21JE WARN ANNUNCIATOR

5V::O>*.<!I
AIR OATA COMPUTER jy>--<21

?:0-..
HI
q

l--d

r
I

2S VOCVALID

:
I <1 10J1B I ~12 ><44<

i I
I I TORQUE SWITCHING LOGIC TORQUE AP TEST

ELEVATOR TOROUE LIMITER/ MONITOR

ALT SIGNAL 2.5 VOC + 0.2 mVDC/FT

I
1NOTE:

AILERON TOROUE LIMITER/ MONITOR

-J

HI TORQUE .Xn%sT

THE ANEROID SWITCH WILL SWITCH BETWEEN 15,000 AND 17,000 FEET. THE OUTPUT WILL BE +15 V DC FOR >17,000 FEET AND GND FOR <15.000 FEET.

AO.7S7 R2

Torque Switching ignal S FlowDiagram for Citation II Figure219.1

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SystemFunctional DescriptionFiaure ( 220) 5. C-14DComDass Basicpowerfor the systemis the 28 voltsdc inputat 6J1-Cof the C-14D Directional Gyro. Thisprovides internal owerfor the gyroand a 26 volts p ac poweroutputfor the fluxvalveand CS-412. The fluxvalvesenses the horizontalomponent f the earths c o magnetic field. Usingthe 26 voltsac reference ignal, provides outputsignal s it an that representsircraft a heading the earths in magnetic field. Thissignal will provide command keepthe rotorof the gyroaligned magnetic a to to northin the slaved mode. The CS-412DualRemote Compensator compensates fluxvalvefor singlethe cycle(hard-iron effects) biasing by the fluxvalvecoilswitha low leveldc voltage.The procedure or adjustinghislevelof compensation discussed f t is in Section 8. Two independent compass systems can be compensated the by CS-412. In the slavedmodeof operation,he directional t gyrois slaved a position to relative the magnetic to heading reference s supplied the fluxvalveand a by the CS-412. Slaving the directional of gyrois accomplished supplyingurrent by c flow through precessionoilsaffecting he sensitive xisof the gyro. The c t a MANUALSYNCHRONIZATION switchis usedto engagefastslaving the of directional gyro. Whenfastslaving engaged, slaving is the rateis increased romapproximately degrees f 3.5 perminuteto approximately 40 degrees per minute. Onceengaged, fastslaving continuesntilthe compass u cardof the EHSIor HSI indicatesithin4 degrees actual w of heading, at whichtimethe normalslaving rateis assumed. In the freeor manualmodeof operation, magnetic information fromthe flux valveand CS-412is disabled the gyroand no slaving performed. in is The directional gyroprovides compass information a product the position f as 0$ o the aircraft withreference o the position the unslaved yro. As no t of g slaving performed,he displayed eading is t h information subject error is to as the resultof freegyrodrift. During operation the directional of gyro,any of the followingonditions c willcausea lossof the heading validsignalsupplied the SG-605 to Symbol Generator: (a) Low voltage the directional to gyropowersupply (b) Improper heelspeedof the spinmotor w (c) Fastsync(manual synchronization)

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C-14D

DIRECTIONAL

GYRO ,

26 VAC

WWE R
5 VAC NC ~ 6UWLY AND RECTIFIER CIRCUIT

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COF4TNNS TWO IDENTICAL CGMPENSA7SON CIRCUITS. CONNECTIONS SNOWR ARE TNE NUMSER ONE SYSTEM THROUGH EM. TNE CIRCUITS FOR TNE NUMSEH TWO SYSTEM ARE COF6NECTE0 TNROUGH SJ3. TNE HEAOIF40 INPUT TO 7NE AP COMPUTER IS RELAY SWZTCNEO SETWEEN TNE PILOTS ANO COPILOT% C-140 AS SNGWN ON FIG, 218, SNEET 5. AEDooEc@o~

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The SG-605receives three-wire compass information fromthe C-14Dand usesit to movethe EHSIheading dialto the proper location. Synchronization between the fluxvalveand the actualheading the aircraft of is indicated y the compass b synchronization annunciator the EHSI. When of the + is in viewon the annunciator, heading the dial is rotating the in counterclockwise direction (actual heading greater thanindicated). Whenthe is in view,the heading dialis rotating the clockwise irection in d Whensynchronized, annunciator the ~actual heading lessthanindicated). slowly oscillatesetween b the+ and the .. 6. EDZ-605 EFISandOptional MDZ-605 MFD System A. Attitude PortInterconnects (SeeFigure 221.) The configuration shownin Figure 221 consists one VG-14AVertical of Gyro. It provides 3-wire pitchandrollattitude the SG-605for use to validapplied to in driving the EADIattitude sphere. If the attitude 65J1A-85 lost,a redATT FAILis annunciated the EADI. Pin is on 65J1B-92 grounded prevent is to AFCS?frombeingdisplayed n the EADI. o Sincethereis onlyone attitude source, the ATT source and toggle The attitude signals are also programming pinsarenot applicable. connected o the optional G-605for usewhenthe MG-605is backing a t M up failedSG-605Symbol Generator. (SeeFigure 222. ) B. Heading PortInterconnects 222 consists two C-14DDirectional of The configuration shownin Figure Gyrosources.Two heading sources are indicated y leaving b program pins 65J1B-24 and -25 open. The definitionf the heading o inputis determinedy program b pin 65J1B-22 (HDGport1) and 65 J1B-28(HDGport2). Whenpins-22or -28 are open, the heading sourceis considered compass a and whenthe pinsare grounded, he heading t sourceis a magnetic trueNorthreferenced or system. Program pin 65J1B-23 29 controls or the free/slaver o magnetic/true function the heading of input. Program pins65J1B-26 and -27aregrounded opento control or the toggling sequence the external DG REV switch. Withpins-26 and -27 of H openthe toggling sequence as specified n Table201. is i

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HDG REV SwitchPosition Initial Power 1st Press 2nd Press HDG Source Using HDG REV Switch Pilots DG Copilots G D Sameas initial power

HDG REV Switch Toggling Sequence Table201 Heading phasing forthe pilots port2 is identifiedy the openor b ground condition n 65J1B-30.Whenthispin is open,the demodac o reference xcitationo heading e t port2 sourceis fromthe pilots bus. ac A groundon pin 65J1B-30 wouldidentify thatthe heading port2 sourceis beingexcited the copilots c bus. by a Heading information applied the specific is to SG-605heading ports. The togglesequence the HDG REV switch of determineshichattitude w portis supplyinghe heading t indications the EHSI. The heading on sourceis annunciated the EHSIin whiteif the pilotand copilot on are using different ources s and in amberif the samesourceis used. If the heading validapplied the SG-605is lost,a red HDG FAILis to annunciated the EHSI. on The copilots -14DDirectional C Gyronormally drivesthe heading dialon the RD-450 HSI. WhenHDG REV is selected, 3-wireoutputfromthe a RD-450 HSI thatis applied HDG port2 of the SG-605is usedto drive to the heading dialon the EHSI. The pilots C-14Dheading signals are alsoconnected o the optional t MG-605for usewhenthe MG-605is backing a failed up SG-605Symbol Generator.

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CITATION n/V 6. C. Short Range Navigation (SRN) Port Interconnects (See Figure 223.)

The configuration shownin Figure 223 consists analog of ADF and diqital DME and NAV sources for the pilots sideand analog ADF-and NAV sou~ces pin 65J1B-32 s andARINC568 DME source for the copilots ide. Program s openand 65J1B-33 grounded is whichindicateshatthe SRN 1 sourceis t digital RS-422. Program pins65J1B-9 and -68 are bothopenwhich indicateshatthe SRN 2 sources t are analog and ARINC568. Program pin 65J1B-36 identifies whether the toggling sequence theNAV (VOR/LOC) of button the DC-811includes LS. The toggling on M sequence as follows is Pin65J1B-36 Open Ground Switch Seauence VOR/LOC CS VOR/LOC to thenrepeat VOR/LOC MLS to CS VOR/LOC CS MLS thenrepeat to to

Program pin 65J1B-10 grounded is whichindicateshe systemis usingdual t ADF receivers.Also,pin 65J1A-103 grounded allocate is to crossside SRN and ADF sensors. The pilots ADF inputapplied 65J2A-55 to through can be in the 358 wireX, Y, and Z or 4-wiresine/cosine configuration.hen3-wire W information applied, is 65J1A-1OO s open;if 4-wireis applied, 100 i pin is grounded.TheADF validis applied 65J1A-82. to CrosssidecopilotsDF bearing applied 65J2A-34 A is to through in the 37 4-wiresine/cosine configuration indicatedy 65J1B-81 as b grounded. The bearing inputto 65J2A-51 through -54can be in the 3-wire 4-wire or configuration.eaving L pin 65J1A-99 openidentifies-wire, 3 and grounding in 99 identifies 4-wiresine/cosine p a input. The bearing inputis available n caseor cardreference. i Applying groundto pin a 65J1B-31 assumes the VOR bearing signalis casereferencedi.e., ( aircraft heading has already beensubtractedromthe VOROMNIbearing, f thusmakingit a relative bearing).Leaving pin 31 openassumes theVOR bearing signal be cardreferencedi.e., to ( aircraft heading has not been subtractedromthe VOR OMNIbearing, f thusmakingit an OMNIor absolute bearing). A groundis applied 65J1B-34 to whenthe DME is tunedto the same frequency s the selected a NAV. At all othertimesthis inputshould be leftopen. The pilots sideusesRS-422 NAV and DMEdataand the copilots ideuses s ARINC568 DME and analog NAV deviationata. Selection etween d b the pilots copilots ensors by the NAV buttonon theDC-811 or s is Display Controller. All sensoroutputs are alsoconnected o the optional t MG-605 for usewhen theMG-605is backing a failed up SG-605SymbolGenerator.

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6. D. LongRangeNavigation LRN)PortInterconnects ( (SeeFigure 224.) The configuration shownin Figure 224 consists oneARINC429 LRN of pins65J1B-66 and -67 identify he typeof inputapplied t source. Program a to LRN port1. Withpin -66openand -67grounded, highspeedARINC pins65J1B-62 through -65 control the 429 inputis indicated.Program LRN port 1 source nameas displayed the EHSI. The conditionshownin on s Figure224 indicate FMS. Program pins65J1B-13 and -14determine he groundspeed t datasource when and -14 open, an LRN is not selected display. Withpin -13grounded for the VOR/DME wouldbe the sourceused. Program pins65JlB/C65JlB-70 and-71identify he toggling t sequence the of Dc-811LRN pushbutton. Withbothpinsopen,therewouldbe no toggling sequence sinceonlyone LRN sourceis used. The grounding programming 65J1B-6 of pin disables the automatic transitionromthe selected to the SRN. f LRN The LRN outputis alsoconnected o the optional t MG-605for use whenthe MG-605is backing a failed up SG-605SymbolGenerator. PortInterconnects (SeeFigure 225.) E. RadioAltimeter The SG-605symbol Generator as two radioaltimeterorts. If a single h p radioaltimeter installed,s shownin Figure is a 225,it is connected o t radioaltitude information comesfrom the primary port. The displayed inputis onlyusedfor radioaltitude the primary input. The secondary comparisononitoring. m a radioaltimeter is Program pin 65J1B-85 open,whichindicates single is installed. The symbolgenerator an acceptseveral c typesof radioaltimeter ignals. s The formatis programmedsingprogram u pins65J1B-4 (IDO)and 65J1B-5 (ID1)as shownin Table202.

RadioALT Prog.Pins JIB-5(ID1) JIB-4(IDO) Open Ground Open Ground Open Open Ground Ground

RadioAltimeter Type HoneywellA-300 A Collins ALT-50 ARINC552 Collins ALT-55

RadioAltimeter Identification Table202

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The TESTOUT pin 65J2B-76 an open/ground is discrete outputthatgoesto ground whenthe EFIStestmodeis initiated. The groundoutputis connected o the primary t radioaltimeter o thatradioaltitude s testis automatically selected when in the EFIStestmode. The DH OUT pin
active value (ground) displayed 65J2B-75 is an whenever radio on the EADI. open/ground altitude is discrete output less than the that goes decision height

All radioaltitude signals are also connected o the optional t MG-605for use in the SG backup mode.

RadarPortInterconnects (SeeFigure 225.) 6. F. Weather The weather radarinformation the SG-605 to SymbolGenerator is transmitted two separate igital on d databuses. One highspeedbus (MX VIDEO)is usedto transmit partially canconverted eather the s w radar video. A secondlow speedbus (WXCONTROL DATA)is usedto transmit the radarstatusand control information. Pins65J1B-96 and 97 are onlyusedwitha P-800weather radarsystem. Othersystems sendthisinformation overthe WX control bus. The weather radarsignals are alsorouted the optional to MG-605for use in the SG backup mode. (SeeFigure 225.) G. Rateof Turn PortInterconnects The rateof turnsignal provided a rategyroand the rateof turn is by is displayed henexpanded w localizer s not displayed n the EADI. If i o pin 65J1A-104 grounded,he rateof turndisplay disabled.The is t is rateof turnsignals are alsorouted the optional to MG-605for use in the SG backup mode. Landing System(MLS) H. Microwave PortInterconnects (SeeFigure 225.)

Low speedARINC429 MLS datais provided the ML-850MLS receiver. by Program pin 65J1B-11 identifies number MLS receivers the of installed n i installations andgrounded for the aircraft.The pin is openfor single dualinstallations. Program pin 65J1B-36 whengrounded identifies thatthe toggling sequence of the NAV (VOR/LOC)utton the DC-811includes LS. The toggling b on M sequence VOR/LOC MLS to CS VOR/LOC CS MLS thenrepeat. is to to The NAV SELECTED pin 65J2B-82 a 28 V de/Open is discrete output which goesto 28 V wheneither MLS is the selected navigationource. It is s usedto activate relaywhichswitches DME receiver a the tuninginput fromthe SRN control headto theMLS control head,allowing the MLS to tunethe DME. The MLS signalis alsorouted the optional to MG-605for use in the SG backup mode.

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6. I. Miscellaneous Programming Functions

The followingefines d themiscellaneous program pinsas shownin Figures 221 through 224. (1) SG Left/Right65J1A-97) ( qenerator Thispin identifies whichsideof the cockpit the symbol serves. If the pilotsitson the leftside,this p~n would be open on the pilots SG. (2) SC-DC/DC-811 (65J1A-98) Thispin identifies whether the systemis usingan SC-800andDC800 controller a DC-811Display or Controller. Thispinwouldbe grounded whenusingthe DC-811. (3) ASCBDual/Single (65J1A-101) Thispin identifies numberof system the Avionics Standard Communication Buses. Thispin is openas a single ASCBsystemis not defined. (4) EFISDual/Single (65J1A-102) Thispinprograms SG-605Symbol the Generator operation n a for i T for a single dualor singleinstallation.hispin is grounded system. (5) Citation 11/V(65J1B-82) The standard eneric g SG-605SymbolGenerator as PartNo. 7011672w 605. Whengrounded, hispin identifieshe Citation t t 11/VSG-605 configuration thatis PartNo. 7011672-606. Flight Director Signals (SeeFigure226.) The FZ-500 Flight Director Computer inputs are routedfromthe SG-605. If the SG-605 Symbol Generator ails,it can be replaced identical f by backup signals fromtheMG-605 MFD Symbol Generator.TheseMG-605 signals are relayswitched hrough t the failedSG-605. Figure 226 doesnot showthe inputpinsto the SG-605or MG-605. The applicableignalinputis shownin Figures s 221 through 224. For example, theglideslope deviation signalis inputted 65J2A-67 at and -68 and 125J3A-43nd -44on Figure a 223. The glideslopeeviation output d is at 65J2B-99 the FZ-500 to pin 7J1B-16 Figure223. Duringthe SG in backup mode,the glideslope deviation signal outputted 125J2B-11ould at w be switched through the failed SG-605to the FZ-500 pin 7J1B-16.

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6. K. EFISBackup Mode Selection f EFISbackup the MFD is accomplished the rotary o by by MOD
selector available selecting
q

switch on the MC-800 MFD Controller. Normal a modes in the MFD position, nd EFISbackup the

MFD functions are. obtained

are by

HSI or SG positions.

HSI - Selection f thisposition o will result in an HSI display on the of b EFISDC-811 MFD. Composition the HSIwill be determinedy ttle Display Controller.

. SG - Selection f thisposition o willresultin replacement the of SG-605 SymbolGenerator y the MG-605MFD SymbolGenerator orthe b f Composition be blarlked. EFISdisplays.In thiscasethe MFD CRT will willbe determinedy the DC-811Display b of the EFIS displays Controller.

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SECTION 4 GROUND CHECK 1.
General

Thissection provides simplifiedrocedure a p (Table 301)for checking the System for correct installation proper and operation f all componentsn the o i system. NOTICE Proceduresn Table301 are basedon i Honeywell ngineering E Bulletin TBA. Should any failures arise whileperforminghe following roundcheck, t g
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SECTION 5 FAULTISOLATION
1.

General Thissection provides faulty component isolation (Table 4011 as an aid in troubleshooting Systemshould the any failure occurduring&ROUNUCHECK.

2. Procedure Table401 is to be used to isolate a faulty component of the system. If the systemfailsanyustepof the simplifiedroundcheck, g Table 401 indicates the mode flow or modelogicdiagram Section that is associated in 3 withthe applicableROUND G CHECKstepand thesediagrams identify the components diagrams, ection can be used S 6, involved forthatstep. Also,interconnect as aidsin isolatinghe faulty t component. A suspected aulty f component an be further c verified usingthe Sperry by if available,nd performinghe applicable a t Systems Troubleshooter/Interface, Component roceduren all unitsexceptEFIS,weather P o radar,and radio components.

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Introduction
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Table 4-1 4-2 3


List of

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Figure No. 4-1 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-5 4-6 4-7 4-8 4-9 4-1o 4-11 4-12 4-13 4-14 4-15 4-16 4-17 Pilots/CopilotsV dc Bus 28
Edge Lighting

AC PowerRequirements AOA/Speed Command RadioAltimeter Interface Air Datacommand BlockDiagram WeightOn WheelsSwitch Altitude AlertHorn PRIMUS@ RadioSystem 11 Bus Architecture AudioSystemBus
Engage/Trim Heading Autopilot Aneroid Flap Interlock Switching Engage Switch Transition Select Wiring Switch Thrust Compensation and VG Valid Switching

TorqueWarnAnnunciator VNAVDisable Information Interconnect Table501

598.46 598.48 598.49 598.52 598.53 598.54 598.55 598.56 598.57 598.58 598.59 598,60 598.61 598.62 598.62 598.62 598.63

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Figure No. Appendix A A-1 28 V dc BUS A-2 EdgeLighting A-3 AC PowerRequirements A-4 Reversionary Select Discrete Switching-TubeEFIS 3 A-5 AOA/Speed Command A-6 RadioAltimeter Interface A-7 Air DataCommand BlockDiagram A-8 WeightOn WheelsSwitch A-9 ASCBBus Configuration A-10 VNAVDisable Appendix B B-1 Deleted B-2 Deleted B-3 28 V dc Power B-4 FMSAuto-Tune witches S B-5 ASCBConfiguration B-6 NZ-61OFlight Test Interface Appendix C c-1 28 V dc PowerRequirements c-2 26 V ac PowerRequirements c-3 EdgeLighting c-4 AuralAlerters c-5 Miscellaneous Switches C-6 Air DataCommand BlockDiagram c-7 VNAVDisable

598.132 598.133 598.134 598.135 598.136 598.137 598.138 598.139 598.140 598.141

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Figure No. Appendix D Del eted D-1 D-2 Del eted Weight Wheels On D-3 D-4 DC PWR Requirements PanelLighting D-5 Appendix (CitationI Only) E I DC PowerRequirements E-1 E-2 AC PowerRequirements EdgeLighting E-3 Air DataCommand BlockDiagram E-4 Engage/Trim Interlock E-5 E-6 Heading Switching E-7 Autopilot ngage E Select and VG ValidSwitching Aneroid Switch Wiring E-8 E-9 FlapTransitionwitch S WarnAnnunciator E-10 Torque

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4.0 ELECTRICAL INTERCONNECT INFORMATION Thissection contains he componentiringforthe electronic t w flight instrument system and its interconnectionvarious to otheraircraft systems. 4.1 General Requirements ~: EFIS/MFD sesAC powerfortheDC-811 u Synchro Excitation, SGthe 605/805 andMG-605/805emodReferences. D All otherEFIS/MFD ower p m unitscanbe requirements are28 V DC. Panelandpedestal ounted ordered configurations in for5 V or 28 V lighting.

4.1.1 AC Power- The aircraft c powersupply a mustbe single phase, 115t 5 volts, 400 t 20 Hz sinewavewitha maximum totalharmonicistortionf d o amplitudeodulation the power m of 5 percent.Underallloadconditions, m supply shallnotexceed percent anyfrequency.(Percentodulation 2 at is defined one-half f the peak-to-peak as o modulationnvelope ivided e d by thecarrier amplitudendmultiplied one hundred.) a by Withinits loadrating, powersupplys the output impedancehallbe lessthan.3 s ohm forsinusoidal loadvariationst allfrequencies a below10 Hz. 4.1.2 DC Power- The aircraft c powersupply d mustbe 28 voltst 10 percent. ~:
Radio

For further information aboutaircraft power supplies, refer to forAeronautics specification DO-160A. Technical Commission

4.1.3 Interconnect 4.1.3.1Wiring


The high interconnect voltage and cabling shall high current be routed circuits to minimize coupling with

suchas the+28 voltsdc power

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Function Connector Pin ------- ------ ----Connects TT

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1.1.3.3Grounds E GOODGROUNDS ARE A KEY FACTOR A GOODINSTALLATION.achground IN should run as a separateire and terminated be w at one central point. The followingpecial s requirements shallbe met: A. Chassis grounds shallbe terminated the frameof the aircraft to fromthematingconnectoriththeminimum w wirelength. If chassis grounds extend beyond inches, 18 theyshould madeusing be a shielded ire. w B. ALL SHIELDED IRESshallhavethe shields W tiedat oneendonlyto the nearest aircraft framepoint. Shield ground references are
shown only on critical grounded at the Transmit functions. All other shields should be

end of the shield. (Never bothends). at DO NOT connect Digital shields andanalogshields together.

C. Twisted wiresshallhaveat leasttwo fullturnsper foot.


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shall be tied all discrete grounds shall together, returns be tied all shall together. signal be tied grounds together shall and be all

grounds tied together, lighting

DC power, power, AC signal discrete lighting round and g groups arethentiedtogether a at single pointandconnectedo the airframe.Insure t ground block connectiono the airframe ascapability maintain round t h to g referencendermaximum u current conditions. The diagram below illustrates thisgroundingethod. m

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It is veryimportant
Do not tie the various that this ground grounding technique be adhered to.

wires to multiple aircraft frame -and depend on the aircraft structure itself to provide a the individual grounds. ONLY chassis low impedance path for
grounds aircraft. and shield grounds are grounded at multj~points in the

E.

If ground blocks are not adjacent to the unit and ground wires are larger gauge wire several feet long, it may be necessary to splice to the ground wire outputs to reduce voltage drop in these long

ground wires. Voltage dropson allground wiresfromLRUSto aircraft frameshallbe lessthan1.0volts.


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Pin 1OJ1A-4 the autopilotnd pins 12, 13,and :.4J1-C the of a of servos mustbe terminatedt one common a pointwhichis alsotied to aircraft ground. The wire used to connect 10JIA-4to the
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4.1.3.4Special Cabling A. The ED-600/800 Color, Video, Flyback Raster/Stroke, andStroke Readysignals consist of8 twisted shielded pairs. The maximum
length of these cables is 40 feet.

B. The ED-600/800 secondaryolor, C Video, Raster/Stroke Flyback and signals consists f 7 twisted o shielded airs. The maximum p length of thesecables 40 feet. is c. Theweather radarcableto the SG-605/805 andMG-605/805hall s meetthe electrical characteristics Table4-1. of

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Impedance PerMIL-C-915) ( Mutual Capacitance (PerMIL-C-915) Attenuation 1 MHz at

70 ~ 7 ohms 30 PF/FtMax 1.408/100t Max F

* Equivalent Raychem to Corp. Two conductors, MultiplexataBus. D Drawing No. 10595, Rev.C, dated4-10-78 whichis availablerom f Sperry perTable4-2. Table4-2

CABLEMI M1585294 M1585294-1 M1585294-2 M1595294-3 M1595294-4

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systemin accordance withthe interconnect information phasing the between the autopilot sensors and aircraft willbe as follows: controls
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If it is impossible maintain aboverelationships, to the servodrive drumrotation irectionanbe changed interchanging connections d c by the to pin Awithpin Bandpin L withpin Non the appropriate servo. If the trim servo polarity must be changed the connections to
pin B and pin C are reversed. ,.2.2

c is keyedto Engage Interlock - The autopilotomputer electrically prevent thewrongcomputer rombeinginstalledndoperated an f a in aircraft.
is

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installedn the aircraft iring i w between .2.4 PitchWheelGain- A resistor 1OJ1B-28 nd llJ1-U a provided controlling for the gain of the pitch wheel of pitch wheelchange perdegree pitchattitude hange. of c - the degree Resistor alve V o
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4.2.5 Go-ArounditchCommand P Adjustment External djustment thegoa of around pitchangleis provided a resistor the aircraft iring by in w between pins7J1A-2 and 7J1B-32 the flight of director.The resistor values are as follows: PitchAncile :: 3 4 : 7 ~ 4.05M 1. 82M 1. 22M 862K 649K 508K 407K PitchAnqle 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 ~ 331K 272K 225K 186K 154K 127K 103K

4.2.6 Autopilotff Annunciator The circuit O shownin Figure 4-11canbe used to annunciatenadvertent i autopilotisengage.If the autopilot d disengagesor anyreason f otherthanusingthe disengage witches,he s t autopilot off light will illuminate. Pressing the disengage button will reset the annunciator. Everytimethe autopilotisengages d the hornwill give a 1 sec warning. 4.2.7 TrimWarning Threshold The out of trimwarning thresholdillbe set w by resistors n the autopilotontroller. i c 4.2.8 Flight Director Pointer Gain- The flight director pointer gainis established the aircraft iringforthevarious in w indicators be to used. 4.2.9 DMETune to NAV - If the DME/NAV frequencyelector s allows theDME to be tunedto a frequencytherthanthe frequencyf the flight o o direct NAV input, logicgnd is required 7J1A-50 the flight a on of director hen w the DME is tunedto the samestation theNAV input. Thisinsures as thattheDME distance inputto the flight director represents the distance o the VOR station t tunedon the NAV selector. 4.2.10 RNAV/RNAVpproach A ModeGrounds When in the RNAVAPPROACH mode,both RNAVand RNAVapproach (7J1A-47, grounds 48) are to be applied.TTL groundis not to be applied RNAVmodes. in

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).2.11 Aircraft Relays

If the requirement exists foraircraft relays be driven parallel to in withthe annunciator lights the FD/AP ModeSelector,iodeisolation in d is required.Suppression diodes should be installed across the relay i withthemodeselector s a coil and a diodemustbe installedn series shownbelow. Failure install diodes to the may result unselected in modeslighting s a function f dimming a o the annunciator lighting.
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5.0 AVIONICS STANDARD COMMUNICATIONS (ASCB) BUS TheASCBis the primary communication pathbetween symbol generatorsnd a ths Sperry FMSsystem. Physically, consists f two multi-point it o serial synchronous digital communications networks,achelectrically e isolated frcmthe other, andeachcapable maintaining of fullinter-system TheASCBcomplies communication the event of a failure in on the other. withRTCADocument DO-160A whichrequires hatthe following nstallation t i requirements met: be A. Therearetwo independent ASCBS denoted Aand B,eachconsisting of twowirepairsdenoted Data and Clock. B. TheASCBtransmission linesshallbe Raychem 2524E0114itha w thermoradacketor Fillotex3247. j 6 c. EachASCBtransmission line pair shall have a characteristic impedance capacitance shallbe 12 t 2 of 125 ohmst 5 ohms. Thecharacteristic picofarads/foot.
r).

EachASCBtransmission linepairshallbe terminated its twoends at withnon-inductive 127ohmresistors 1%,1/4watt,metalfilm. A t minimum cablelength 23 inches required etween of is b the termination resistorsnd thenearest a stub.
shall have a maximum length betwaen terminators of 150 feet.

E. The ASCBtransmission lines

F. Stublengths eachuser pickoff at shall not exceed 10 inches.Butt splices withsolder ringsshallbe utilized or all stub f interconnections. G. The shield connections eachstubshallbe accomplished at witha butt splice.The maximum allowableistance etween d b shield connections shallbe 0.3 inch. H. All shields shallbe tiedat one pointto theaircraft frameat the rearof the LRUwhichis approximately thecenter the bus. A in of 6-inch(maximum)ength 22 gaugeinsulated l of wire shallbe used. shields shallbe 1. Wirerunsoutside
no longer than 2 inches and shall be configured as twisted pairs wherever possible.

5.1 Rad50System Bus (RSB) andDiqital AudioBus Referto Section 5.0 for RSB andDigital AudioBus installation
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Connects

To

TEST POINT POWER GND 115 VAC, 400 HZ INPUT 27 VDC OUTPUT 26 VAC, 400 HZ OUTPUT (55 VA MAX) 5V, 400 HZ OUTPUT GND EXTERNAL PECO CONTROL RECO CONTROL RECO CONTROL PECO CONTROL CHASSIS GND PECO CONTROL NC w ATTITUDE VALID [

------NCP, (22)----r-,--. (22)----~(24)---------

.------{ - .------

.-------

-----------

AG GND FIG. 4-3(SHT.1) lJ1-HH

-E ------NC -F ------NC ------NC =fi (24)----------------J (24)----------------K ------NC -L (22)--------------h -M ------NC I ------NC ~! (24)-----1+-----------

JUMP ER

1OJ1B-33,11J1-P

;1
-s -T -u

-R (24)----<$------------SPARES ORI! o-------HI

FIG. 4-13

EXTERNAL FAST ERECT CMD

-V (24)-------- 7 -w

DC GND

SPARES

TEST POINT TEST POINT

SPARES

NOTE :

CONNECTIONS SHOWN

FORVG-14A CONNECTOROINTING ORWARD. P F

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x

Connectorin P

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ROLLATTITUDE ROLLTO F/D ; c C H [

lJ1-k------NC -m ------NC -n ------NC 65J2A-18, 7J1-E 5 -P (24)--- -----------f)65J2A-19, 7J1-F 5 -q (24)--- -----------~! -r (24)--- -------------5J2A-20, 7J1-G 6 5 1OJ1A-10 -S (24)---- --n- ------ 7J1A-15, 1 -t (24)---- I It ------ 7J1A-14, 1OJ1A-9 -U (24)--------w-:; \;:] -fl+------------;;:;-[ -- - - - - - - - - -- - -X (24)---R------------65J2A-15 1 -Z (24)---~-

ROLLTO RADAR H 50 MV/DEG c [


x

PITCHAllITUDE Y
z

-y (24)---tt:::::::::::: :;j;~-;;

PITCHTO F/D

C C [H

-AA (24)-------- ------ 7J1B-;8, 1OJ1A-16 In -BB (24)--11 1OJ1A-15 -CC (24)------ t ----- 7J1B-27, U--------------9J1-L 5 t ------------- 59J1-K -EE (24)~-GG (24)------------------ 7JlA-19, 65J1A-85 -FF

PITCHTO RADAR C 50 MV/DEG H


ATTITUDE VALID [C 1NO

-DD (24) Q

lJ1-HH(24) ----------------lJ1-D

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t---2J1-1 (24)-------------- 65J1A-61 -2 (24)--------------~-~<-65J1A-62 -- 65J1A-63 -3 ------NC -4 ------NC ~ (22)-------------------pILOT28VDC -6 (22)-------------------1 OWERF1G4-1 ; :::--fi --------------------- ---------- :::-

STROKE READY(PRI) {:

STROKE READY(PRI) SHIELD GND PRIY DEFL (IN) + -(-

1 I -36 ------9 (24)--------------?--C-65J1A-64 65J1A-65 -10 (24) -------------~-i~-65J1A-66 Y--11 ------NC SEC Y DEFL (OUT) + { -12 ------NC -13 (22) -------------------PWRGND DC POWERRETURN -14 (22)-------------------DC PWRGND POWERRETURN 65J1A-46 VALIDOUTPUT(PRI)(GND=VALID)-15 (24)--------------------16 ------NC STROKE READY(SEC) + <-17 ------NC SECXDEFL (IN) + -(-18 ------NC -19 ------NC

VALIDOUTPUT(SEC)(GND=VALID)-20 ------NC -21 ------NC REVSELECT(PRI) -22 (22)-------------------SIGNALGND SIGNAL GND -23 (22)-------------------CHASSISGND CHASSIS GND SEC Y DEFL (IN) + -24 ------NC -25------NC {INCLINOMETER LIGHTING + {SPARE -26 ------NC -27 ------NC 231-28------NC

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PILOTS ELE~:R:lf~C (cent) HSI

Function
REV DIM SPARE RASTER STROKE DIM READY CONTROL { (PRI) SHIkLD I SELECT CONTROL (SEC) + {-

Connector Pin
2J1-29 -30 -31 -32 -33 -34 -35 ------NC (24)-----------(24)-----------------NC (24) -------------------(24)-------------------(24) -------------------nU* -------

Connects

To

115J1-40 115J1-41 115J1-50 115J1-51 115J1-52

GND A1

SPARE COLOR3 (PRI)


TEMP ANNUN

-36 (20)-------------------SHIELDGNDFOR 2J1-7,2J1-8 -37------NC


-38 (24)-------- -------T?1 -39 (24)----------------L-t65J1A-40 65J1A-41
65J1A-42

+ {-

GND OUTPUT SPARE COLOR2 (PRI) + A1 <-

STROKEREADY(SEC) SHIELDGND SPARE COLOR1 (PRI) RESERVED RESERVED COLORO (PRI) + {A1

-40 (24) -------------------ANNUNCIATOR -41------NC -42 (24)--------------r~r65J1A-37 I -------1- 65J1A-38 -43 (24) ------9 -- 65J1A-39 -44------NC -45------NC ------%. 65J1A-34 -46 (24)-------+ -47 (24) ---------------:<.65J1A-35 -- 65J1A-36 -48------NC -49------NC 4 ------r~t-50 (24)--------65J1A-31 -51 (24)---------~------~65J1A-32 -- 65J1A-33 -52------NC 2J1-53------NC

+ {-

A1

SPARE SEC X DEFLSHIELDGND

A1

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PILOT ELE~]R{&C (cent) S HSI

Function VIDEO(PRI) + <A1

Connectorin P

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SEC Y DEFLSHIELD GND SPARE RASTER/STROKE (PRI) + 1 -@l FLYBACK (PRI) <: LEFTPHOTOSENSOR OUT A +

2J1-54(24) ----4------------65J1A-28 -55 (24) -----S--------V-65J1A-29 --- 65J1A-30 -56 ------NC -57 ------NC -58 (24)--------------fl-65J1A-47 {---------$--59 (24) ----65J1A-48 65J1A-49 -60 (24) -------------= 65J1A-43 -61 (z4)--------------~1-65J1A-44 L -65J1A-45 -62 ------NC -63 ------NC -64 ------NC -65 ------NC -66 ------NC

RIGHTPHOTOSENSOR OUT + COLOR3 (SEC) .{COLOR2 (SEC) + {COLOR1 (SEC) + {COLORO (SEC) { VIDEO(SEC) { 2 A SEE PARA4.1.3.4.B + A2 + A2 A2 A2 + -2 A

-67------NC -68 ------NC -69 ------NC -70 ------NC -71 ------NC -72------NC -73------NC -74------NC 2J1-75 ------NC

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P:
ELECTRONIC
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ED-600
Function RASTE1l/STROKE

Connector in P (SEC) + {. 2J1-76------NC -77 ------NC 2 A -78 ------NC


2J1-79 ------NC

Connec;s o T

FLYBACK (SEC)

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3J1-1 (24)--------------r~r- 65J1A-55 I---+-- 65J1A-56 -2 (24)-------------- 65J1A-57 -3 ------NC -4 ------NC 5 (22)-------------------pILOT28V DC PWR,FIG. -1 4 } -6 (22)-------------------7 (24)--i~l-------------65J1A-23 i-8 (24)-~-J-------------65J1A-24 T -36 ------9 (24)-------------4---=-65J1A-58 -10 (24)-------------~--!--~65J1A-59 -- 65J1A-60 -11 ------NC -12 ------NC

STROKE READY(PRI) + {-

STROKE READY(PRI) SHIELD GND PRIY DEFL(IN) + {SHIELD SECY DEFL(OUT) + <-

POWERRETURN -13 (22) -------------------PWRGND DC POWERRETURN -14 (22)-------------------DC PWRGND VALIDOUTPUT(PRI)(GND=VALID)-15 (24)-------------------65J1A-19 STROKE READY(SEC) + -16 ------NC -17 ------NC <SECX DEFL(IN) +. <-18 ------NC -19 ------NC

VALIDOUTPUT(SEC)(GND=VALID) -20 ------NC REVSELECT(PRI) -21 ------NC SIGNAL GND -22 (22)-------------------SIGNAL GNC) GND CHASSIS -23 (22)-------------------CHASSISGND SECY DEFL(IN) i-24 ------NC {3J1-25------NC

41

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PILOTS ELEj~~O#~CDI (cent) A Function INCLINOMETER LIGHTING
{. SPARE REV SELECT DIM CONTROL SPARE RASTER STROKE DIM READY CONTROL { (PRI) SHI;LD ; (SEC) + < +

Connector in P
3J1-26 -27 -28 -29 -30 -31 -32 -33 -34 -35 (22) --------------------

Connects To EDGELIGHTING FIG.4-2 DC GNtI 115J1-38 115J1-39

(22) -------------------------NC ------NC n$ - --------(24)-----(24) ------L----------b ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC

GND

-36 (24) ------------------SHIELCI FOR GND 3J1-7,3J1-8 -37 ------NC -38 (24)--I?----------T~[65J1A-13 1 -39 (24)--w-----------&-65J1A-14 L -65J1A-15 -40 (24)-------------------ANNUNCIATOR -41 ------NC -42 (24)--1%----------tar65J1A-10 1 -43 (24)--@------------lfL65J1A-11 -- 65J1A-12 -44 ------NC -45 ------NC -46 (24)--r? ----------i~r-65J1A7 / -47 (24)--~J-------.---lw-65J1A-8 L --65J1A9 -48 ------NC -49 ------NC -50 (24)--~165J1A-4 1----------pT-65J1A-51 (24)--~J-.----------LyL- 5 -- 65J1A-6 3J1-52------NC

SPARE COLOR3 (PRI) <


TEMP

A
1 A1

ANNUNGND OUTPUT + <-

SPARE COLOR2 (PRI)

READY(SEC) SHIELDGND SPARE COLOR1 (PRI) <+ RESERVED RESERVED COLORO (PRI) ~+ SPARE
L-

1 A

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(cOnt)

Function
EC X

Connectorin P

Connects O T

DEFLSHIELD GND + iA1

IDEO(PRI)

EC Y DEFLSHEILD GND PARE !ASTER/STROKE (PRI) + {LYBACK PRI) ( + < .

331-53------NC 65J1A-1 -54 (24) -----------------(24) ---- __---.-!.l--65JIA-2 i -55 --- 65J1A-3 -56 ------NC -57 ------NC 6 (24) ---- -------------5J1A-20 1 ___---iql-- 65JM-21 ~:: (24) ------ 65J1A-22 ------------65J1A-16 -60 (24)----I -61 (24) ---- ___---~:[-- 65J1A-17 --- 65J1A-18 -62 ------NC -63 ------NC -64 ------NC -65 ------NC -66 ------NC -67 ------NC -68 ------NC -69 ------NC -70 ------NC -71 ------NC -72 ------NC -73 ------NC -74 ------NC

~ A1

-EFTPHOTOSENSOR OUT{-+ SENSOR OUT+ -c COLOR3 (SEC) + <COLOR2 (SEC) { COLOR1 (SEC) + {COLORO (SEC) + {. VIDEO(SEC) { + + RIGHTPHOTO
A

2 A 2 A

A
2 2 A 2

?3

J1-75------NC

2 b

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PILOTS ELECTRONIC AD I (cent)

ED-600 Function RASTER/STROKE (SEC) {: x:; :::: Connectorin P


Connects To

FLYBACK (SEC)

+ {.

A2

-78------NC ------NC 3J1-79

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PILOTS FLUX VALVE FX-220

Function FV STATOR
{

Connectorin P z x Y

Connects o T

26V,400HZ { ; SHIELD GND

i-------------J1-A 4JI-A(24)---O5 -B (24)--J-!-!------------5JI-B -C (24)--JJ-?--------.---5J~-c ------------------- GNU AC :: !::l---;----------[ hll-s -----F (24)-------- 5J1-il

PILOTS DUALREMOTE COMPENSATOR CS-412 FROMFLUXVALVE


{

z x Y

26V,400HZ PWR GND


SHIELll SPARE FLUX GNll

5J1-A(24) --=-?------------4J1-A -B (24)--~-~------------4J1-B i -------------C (24)--J-!4J1-C -D (24)--------------- 6J1-S T -----4JI-E -E (24)------------------ GND AC 1 -~ (24)----La -H (24) ---,~i- ------------- 6J1-R

x
VALVE GND OUTPUT

Y { z

CI-IASSIS

-J (24) ----------------6J1-N -K (24)--&~ ------------- 6JI-P -L (24) ------A -M ( ::


-R
{

SPARES

-s
-T
[

-u -v

~:

SHIELDS THISSHEETARENOTTIEDTO AIRCRAFT ON GROUND.SHIELDS MUST BE INSULATEDF!OMIRCRAFT TRUCTURE. F A S

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PILOTS DIRECTIONAL GYRO C-14D Connector in P

Function AC POWERGND 28 VDC GND +28 VDC INPUT FREESLAVESW +B TO FREESLAVESW HDG NO. 1 ROTOR 26V 400HZ HDG NO. 1 STATOR FLUXVALVE 26 VAC FLUXVALVEEX 115VACOUT ANNUNCIATOR 5 VAC OUTPUT HOG NO. 2 ROTOR HDG NO. 2 STATOR INTERLOCKO. 1 N FLUXVALVESHIELD CHASSIS GND INTERLOCKO. 2 N 26 VAC OUTPUT 42 VA MAX SYNCSWITCH H w + (H

Connects To

AC 6J1-A(22)------------------GND DC -B (22) ----------------- GND -c (22)-------i ----------FIG.4-1 (SHT1) -D ~; (24) ---------AUTO FREESLAVE 1 -G (24)-------------J SWITCH -----------. FIG.4-3 (SHT3) -H (22)T~t \ ------ AC GND -J (22)&~-----X-K (24) -------~ ------ 65J2A-23 a-L (24) -------ha------ 65J2A-21 1 ---M (24)---------- -- 65J2A-22 -N (24)-------------- 5J1-J --P (24)------------+- 5J1-K -J-1 1 -R (24)------------ -- 5J1-H -S (24)-----T~+&-~+&---4J1-E L ---- 5J1-D i -T--U (24)----------------5J2A-28 6 1-V (24)----- ----------65J2A-29 -w -X (22)-r3 I -j------------ ;::Bi7, ; C6J1-X, 1 -y (22)-1------------- GND AC 1-Z (24)--------------{_ij-;___ -a (24)----FIG.4-12 ) -b (24)------&d-------c I -d (24) ----;----------FIG.4-1 (SHT 1) -e (24) ----------------65J1A-84 -f---J -g (22)------> -h (24) -----------------1OJ1B-28,6J1-h C -i ~~ (24)-----------------FIG.4-12 ------NC -m( 24)- -------------n (24)-----------L:!Y;; -p (24)---------------4 RH -q -r ( 6J1:: ::Nc

(c z x (Y fNC

NO

c ( NC ~NO

( FREQUENCY/PHASE LOCK+ SPARE

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PILOTS FLIGHT DIRECTOR COMPUTER FZ-500 Function sIGNALGND +V oUTPUT VNAVW/OTp -v oUTPUT sPARE SPARE +28VANN.POWEROUTPUT +28V ANN. POWER OUTPUT DC ANN GND
DC ANN GND
sPARE sPARE

Connector Pin

Connects TO

ROLLATT
+28 Fll NAV LAT VALID f+

H c

\Dc +28 VG VALID NAV/LOC RADIODEV (+RIGHT) TUNEDTO LOC GND +28 HDG VALID REV APP GND NOC GAINCHANGE
RNAV
+28 ROLL V STAGING GND INS/R-NAV MOOE AP COMMAND

(+

ROLLFD COMMAND BIASOUT OF VIEW

+ (+

7J1A-I(22)-------------------SIGGND -2 (22)--------------~ ;:;6:32 t -3 ------NC ------NC -i __----!!!!------ 7J1B-29, 7J1A-31 -5 (22) -6 -7 -------------- 8J1-f 1 -8 (22)--r?--------------J1-C 8 -9 (22)--t-l1------------+ DC GND, -10 (22)-~Jj ----- -----.---11 (22)----12 t -13 1OJ1A-9 --- ----14 (24)-~~ --- -------- lJI-u, lJ1-t [ lJ1-s,1OJ1A-10 -15 [::] -ij----------l--:: 65J2B-86 ------ ------16 -17 (24)------------C> 65J2B-1OO $--- 65J2B-9 ------------LQL----18 (24) ------------- lJ1-GG,65J1A-85 -19 (24)--A65J2B-97 --------------20 (24)-~-r ------- ------ 65J2B-98 -21 [;j]-~ I -.---------- 65J2B-93 -22 65J2B-80 ~::t;;;;---------------23 -24 ---------------- 7J1A-65 -25 (24) -------.-----.---- sIG GND -26 (24) ---------.-- 65J2B-84 -27 (24) q--.---t-----------1OJ1A-18 ~ -28 (24)---t -29 (24) -----------~L---- ~~~~~~~~ { -30 (24)------------ ---------------------7J1A-5, 7JIB-29 -31 (24) -32 (24)-------- ------- ;:;;~#2 ~ i -33 (24)-----------------~~jfB~:O1 ------------------iiiJ2B-88, -34 (24) FIG.4-17 --------------- 7J1A-37 -35 (24) 7J1A-36(24)--------------T;! 65J2B-105

OME DIST40MV/MI 1 +V DME VALID

(-

HDG ERROR.3V/DEG HDG ERROR.2V/DEG

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FLIGHT

COMPUTER

(cont)

Function & HIDG CRS COM ~:~ (24) ----------NCi---------l-- lG4-1 -40 (24)------]65J2B-103 U+ -41 (24]------------___----------:: 9J1-12 -42 (24) 9 -43 (24)--- ------------- JI-64,1OJ1A-39 <3 -44 (24)-------CT ---------9J1-63 -45 ------Nc -46 (24)------------------::;2B;:$ . -------------------- GND SIG -47 (24) ------------------65J2B-92 -48 (24) -49 (24)------------------65J2B-89 ------------------65J2B-94, -50 (24) FIG.-17 4 -51 ------Nc ------------------9J1-12 -52 (24)

.28V TCS SEL iPARE ;RSERROR.3V/DEG :RSERROR.2V/DEG FZS V ALT VALID AIRSPEED INPUT ALTITUDE INPUT SPARE +28 V AP ENGAGE R-NAVMODEGND INPUT R-NAVAPP MODEGND INPUT +28V TK DETENT DMETUNEDTO NAV GND TASOUTPUT +28 V TAS VALIDINPUT SPARE SBY SEL INPUT HDG SEL INPUT NAVSEL INPUT BC SEL INPU SEL INPUT FDOFF ROLLPTR GAIN (C)

[HI ROLLPTR GAINSELECT LO COMM SPARE SPARE NAV CAP ~ GND NAVCAP TTL GND

-55 (24)------------------M;-; ~;; ~::~------------------8Jl~i ------------------------------------8JI-N -58 (24) -59 ------NC --.------------;:; (24) 1 JUMPER ---------------J ~:: (24) -64 ------------------7J1A-25 -65 (24) -66 ------NC -67 (24)------------------~~~-~;~~~~~-~~ ---------------68 (24)-69 ------NC llJ1-d ----------------- 65JlB-39 -72 (24) ------------------8J1-n -73 (24) ------------------8J1-p 7J1A-74 (24)
-70 ------Nc ------------------8J1-r,65J1B-43, -71 (24)

BC CAP
BC ARM

GND

GND SBYGND PITCHMODEGND HDGMODEGND LNAVMODEGND NAV ARM GND #l NAV CAP GND #l

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PILOTS FLIGHT DIRECTOR COMPUTER (cent) FZ-500 Function +28 V BC OUTPUT VORAPP GND LATERAL MODELOGIC LOC II TESTPT 0SS TEST PT
NOC TEST AOSS TEST ROLL ROLL TP C PT PT

Connector in P

Connects To

7J1A-75 ------NC -76------NC -77 (24) -----------------1oJ1B-37 -78 ------NC


-79 -80 -81 -82 ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC

TP D SPARE NAV ARM GND#2 NAV CAP GND#2 VORAPP ARM GND VORAPP CAP GND VORAPP SEL INPUT
ROLL SPARE ROLL EX DEVTP E

-83 ------NC -84 -85 (24)------------------65J1B-55 -86 (24) -----------------65J1B-56 -87 (24)------------------&jJIB-59 -88 (24)------------------65J1B-60
-89 -90 -91 (24)------------------------NC FIG. 4-17

TP A
BANK LIMIT LIMIT JUMPER JUMPER 1 2 ROLL

-92 ------NC
-93 -94 -95 -96 (24)------------------(24)-----------------(24)------------------1 llJ1-N

17 DEG

EX ROLL LIMIT SPARE 28V DISPLAY

IN VIEW
DELAY TP

G/S DISPTP
NAV CAP NOC

-97 ------NC -98 ------NC


-99 -1oo ------NC

SPARES LAT STRGVAL RATELIMITDISABLE GND SPARE

-101 -102 -103 -104------NC -105(24)-----------------TJIA-11 7J1A-106

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PILOTs FLIWT D\~cT# coMfWH? (Cent) Function 115VAC 400HZ


+28V F28V
Pin Connector

(H
(c

INPUTNO. 1 INPUTNO. 2 k26VAC OUTPUT(20VA MAX) ITCH HOLDBUTTON

~28V GS VALID I TO TERN


~N AV

VALID :HASSISND G ITCH PTR IAINS SEL


ERTICAL PATH ERROR

HI LOW
{ COMM

+ UP) LIDESLOPEDEVIATION + UP) IMIIOLT A !T ENG TO TERN IRMAL ACCEL : PRESELECT RROR#1 E
iRT ENG TO TERN

.TERR <1OOOFT GND NAV MODEGND : PRSELERR#l ITCH ATTITUDE IIAS OUT OF VIEW DPITCHCOMMAND IO-AROUND BIAS DC COMMAND O AP 28V RADIOALTVALID OLD ERROR
ROM 2TE ADC 1: CITATION

+ + + I + {
H c -t [+ ((+
[-

Connects TO -------------- 4-3, (SHT1) FIG 7J1B-I(22)--c2t------------- CGND -2 (22)-J-JA FIG4-1, (SHT1) -3 (22)-:~- -------------7 -4 (22) -----5 ------NC ------NC ---------.---------65J2&87 ~ (24) -8 -------------------16JI-22,65JIA-76 -9 (24) -lo (22)-----* --- -------------11 (24) --12 1 -13 (24) ----------------J -14 (24)--Z-~------------ 16J1-28,65J2B-38 I-15 (24)-!C;- ----------- 16JI-27,65J2B-39 -16 (24)-------C>$-------- 65J2B-99 -17 (24) ------{ ;-?------ 65J2B-73 ---------------- 20J1-X -18 (24) ---- -- --l-:t -- 20J1-N, -- -- ---19 (24) 65J2A-70 \J -20 ---:--NC ------------------17J1-2,10J1A-44. -21 (24) ----- ---- ---- ___ (NOTE1) _ -22 (24) 16JI-25 -23 ------NC ----------------- 16J1-20 -24 [24) ------------ - 16J1-29 ---25 (24) -26 (22j ------------------- GND SIG -27 (24)--:;------------lJ1-CC, 1OJ1A-15 lJ1-BB ! -28 (24)-+-- -----~::::: lJ1-AA, 1OJ1A-16 ---- ------ ----- 7J1A-5, ---29 (24) 7J1A-31

-30 (24)-~~- ------------fjCjJ2A-73 65J2A-74 !-------------31 (24)-+-;-32 (24)-------------7J~A-~, 8J1-E 225K -33 (24) -----------------~OJ~A-23 -34 (24) -----------------1OJ1A-25 -35 (24)--;<-------------zOJ~-~, 65JIA-78 7JlB::; [;;;: ;;:=:::::::::::: ~ I :;;:;; 65J2A80 >

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PILOTS FLIGHT DIRECTOR COMPUTER (cent) FZ-500 Function +28V ALT PRESELECT VALID TO/FROM NULL DISCRETE IVV OUTPUT MODE SELECT RETURN Connector Pin 7J1B-38 (24)------------------~~; (24)------------------------NC Connects To 65J2B-91 16J1-24

GS DISPCMDTOAP GS INT CMDTO AP


VERT VERT SPEED SPEED #1 #2 .5V/lKFT/MIN .5V/lKFT/MIN 1200 FT RA GND +28VFDC VALID LOW LEVEL FDCVALIDDISCRETE PITCHWHEELMOVEDISCRETE

-41 (22)-----------------J1-F 8 -42 (24)--~i --------------OJ1A-2O 1 -43 (24)--U10JIA-22 #--------------44 -45 (24)----------C ------NC ------9J1-65

DAY-NITE 28V=DIM DC PRESELECT RROR#2 E 250 FT RA GND APP SELECTINPUT GA SELECTINPUT O-28VLIGHTING CONTROL INPUT ALT HOLDSEL INPUT IASHOLDSEL INPUT VS HOLDSEL INPUT MACHHOLDSEL INPUT ALT SEL INPUT V-NAVSEL INPUT GND FOR ACCELCOMP V/S MODEGNDTOAP ALT MODEGNDTOAP IAS+ MACHGND TO AP ALT SWITCHGND K GND GA GND APP ARM GND APP CAP GND ALT SEL ARM GND ALT SEL CAP GND VNAVARM GND VNAVCAPT GND
NOTE 2: CITATION V ONLY.

-46 (24)------------------20J1-U -47 (24)------------------65J1A-83 -48 ------NC -49 (24)------------------1OJ1A-33, 65J2B-96 -50 (24) ------------------- 4-1 FIG -51 (24)------------------SIG.GND. -52 (24) -----------------20J1-V -53 (24) -----------------FIG.4-17 -54 (24) ------------------- 4-11 FIG -55 (24) ------------------8J1-L -56 (24) -----------------8J1-a -57 (24)------------------8J1-W -58 (24) -----------------8J1-Y -59 ------NC -60 (24) -----------------8J1-c -61 (24) -----------------8J1-R NOTE2 -62 (24) ------------------1OJ1A-31,

-63 (24) -----------------1OJ1B-41 -64 (24) -----------------10JtB-38 -65 (24) -----------------1OJ1B-4O -66 ------NC -67 -68 (24)------------------65J1B-40 -69 (24)------------------8J1-g,65J18-49 8J1-h,65J1B-50, -70 (24) ------------------1OJ1B-21 -71 (24)------------------8J1-d,65J1B-41 -72 (24)------------------8J1-e,65J1B-42 -73 (24) -----------------8J1-S,65 J1B-51 7J1B-74 (24)------------------8J1-T, 65J1B-52 IT IS NOT CONNECTED OR CITATION F II. Interconnect Information Table501 (cent)

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PILOTS FLIGHT DIRECTOR COMPUTER (cent) FZ-500 Function
ALT HOLD GND V/S HOLD GND IAS HOLD

Connector Pin 7J1B-75 (24)-------------------76 (24)-------------------

Connec?s

To

8J1-b, 65J1B-45
8J1-Z, 115J1-4? 65J1B-46,

GND .

-77 (24)-------------------78 (24)-------------------79 -80 (24)-------------------81 (24)-------------------82 (24)-------------------83 ------NC -84 (24)-------------------85 ------NC -86 (24)--------------87 (24)--------------88 (24)-------------- 1 -89 ------NC -90 (24)--------------91 (24)--------------92 (24)-------------- 1 -93 ------NC -94 ------NC -95 ------NC -96 ------NC -97 ------NC -98 ------NC -99 -1oo ------NC -101 (24)------------------102 ------NC -103 ------NC
-104 -105 7J1B-106 ------NC ------NC ------NC

;;3;;,4;5J1B-47,
65Jl&e~

14ACHHOLD GND SPARE MIDDLE MARKER INPUT SYNC TO ADC ALT HOLD SYNC TO ADC V/S HOLD ~TO ADC MACH HOLD SYNC TO ADC IAS HOLD 4 ALT HOLD 2
q q q q

65J2B-95 9J1-31 9J1-34 9J1-35

{ : RNAV IAS/MACH ASC GND INPUT VERT STRG VAL LNAV SEL INPUT G/S OC +10 TEST POINT VNAV COMMAND TEST POINT SPARE m EXT GND FOR ACCEL DAMPING GND FOR ALTALERTER -10 REF TEST POINT VERT STRG TO TERN
NORMAL VERT ACCEL TEST POINT CHANGE

G/S DAMPING

{ ; 4 2

SIG GND

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PILOTS FD

MODE MS-205

SELECTOR

Function

Connector

Pin

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O-5 LIGHTING CONTROL LIGHTING GND 28 VDC MODE ANN POWER CHASSIS GND +V POWERFROMFDC MODESEL RETURN SPARE NAV SWITCHING ND G DIM HI CONTROL WIPER [ DC POWERGND FD OFF SELECT NAV1REMOTEGND VNAVSELECT VNAVARM GND VNAV CAP GND NAV2REMOTEGND SPARE IASSEL IAS GND VS SEL VS GND ALT HOLDSELECT ALT HOLD GND
ALT ALT SELECT

8J1-A(22)-----------------~i;V4E;GE LIGHTING -B (22)-----------------AC GN; -C (22) ----------------7J1A-9 -D (22)-----h -E (22) ----------------7LilA-2, 7J1B-32 -F (22) ----------------7J1B-41 -G -H -J -K (24)-----------------FIG.4-1 -L (24)-----------------7J1B-55 -M (22)-----------------DC GND -N (24) ----------------7J1A-58 -P ------NC -R (24) ----------------7J1B-61 -S (24) ----------------7J1B-73, 65J1B-51 -T (24)-----------------7J1B-74, 65J1B-52 -u ------NC -v ------NC -W (24)-----------------7J1B-57 -X (24)-----------------7J1B-77, 65J1B-47, 115J1-48 -Y (24) ----------------7J1B-58 -Z (24) ----------------7J1B-76, 65J1B-46, 115J1-47 -a (24) ----------------7J1B-56
-b -C (24)-----------------(24) -----------------7J1B-75, 7J1B-60 65J1B-45

SEL ARM GND ALT SEL CAP GND APP SEL APP ARM GND APP CAP GND BC SEL
BC ARM GND

-d (24) ----------------7J1B-71, 65J1B-41 -e (24) ----------------7J1B-72, 65J1B-42 -f (24) ----------------FIG.4-17


-g (24)-----------------7J1B-69, 65J1B-49

-h (24) --------------- 7J1B-7O,1OJ1B-2I [----- 65J1B-50


-i -j (24) -----------------7J1A-57 7J1A-68, 65J1B-57 (24)------------------

BC CAP GND

8J1-k(24) ----------------7J1A-67, 65J1B-58

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PILOTS MODESELECTOR FD MS-205 Function NAV SEL NAV ARM GND NAV CAP GND HOG SEL HDG GND
SPARE SPARE

Connectorin P

Connects o T

8J1-m(24)-----------------7J1A-56 -n (24) ----------------7J1A-73 -p (24)-----------------7J1A-74 -q (24)-----------------7J1A-55 -r (24)-----------------7J1A-71, 65J1B-43, llJ1-d ------NC 8J1::------NC

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AIRDATACOMPUTER (PILOTS/COPILOTS) AZ-241 Function 26 VAC 400 Hz OUTPUT H VAC 400 Hz OUTPUT C < 115VAC 400 tiZ INPUT H 115VAC 400 HZ INPUT C { SIGNAL COARSE ALT NO. 1 +15V REF { RETURN SIN FINEALTNO. 1 Cos { RETURN CHASSIS GND +28 V ADC VALID
26

Connectorin P
9J1-1 (22)------------------

Connects o T
16J1-3~,18Jl-E

-2 (22)-----------------16J1-X),18J1-F -3 (22)-----------------FIG.4-3 (SH1) -4 (22)-----------------AC P14RGND -5 (24)-----------------18JI-T -6 (24)-----------------18J1-R -7 (24)-----------------18J1-P -8 (24)-----------------18J1-u -9 (22)-----------------18J1-V -lo (22) ---------------18J1-W -11 ------12 (24)-*------------16J1-36, J1A-42 7 18J1-a, 7J1A-52 ALT ALERTHORN 1OJ1B-44
-13 -14

-15 (22)----------------SIGNALGND -16 ---------143J1-85,143JI-85 C ;: -17 ---------I43J1-1OO, CI43J1-1OO cl -18 ---------143J1-1, 143JI-1 C C2 -19 ---------143J1-26,143J1-26 C ALTITUDE Al -20 ---------143J1-98,143J1-98 C C ENCODING A2 -21 ---------143J1-99,143J1-99 A4 -22 ---------143J1-97,143J1-97 C -23 ---------143J1-86,143J1-86 C l? -24 ---------143J1-84,143J1-84 C [ SPARE -25 SPARE -26 ALTENCODING 4 D -27 ---------143J1-13,143J1-13 C IILT NCODING OMMON E C -28 ---------143J1-69,143J1-69 C PREASSIGNED -29 ------NC PREASSIGNED -30 ------NC ALT HOLDENGGND -31 (24)---- -----------J1B-81 7 H -32 (24)-r~- ----------- J1B-36 7 HOLDOUTPUTS I{ -33 (24)-vs -------------7Jlg-37,65J2A-80 Vo.1 VERTSPEEDHOLDENiGND -34 (24)----------------7J1B-82 AIRSPEED OLDENGGND H -35 (24)----------------7J~B-84 PREASSIGNED -36 ------NC { SLEWENGAGE 9J1-37(24)----------------115J1-57,F1G.4-6

SPARE SPARE SIGNAL

GND

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AIR DATACOMPUTER (~;L~]~S/COPILOTS) (cent) Function SLEWCONTROL NO. 1 { HOLDREFOUTPUT fALT HOLDENG GND HOLDOUTPUT ~ Connectorin P Connects o T

9J1-38(24)----------------FIG.4-6,115J1-58 -39 (24)----------------FIG.4-6,65J2A-79 -40 ------NC -41 ------NC -42 ------NC -43 ------NC -44 ------NC -45 ------NC -46 ------NC -47 ------NC -48 ------NC -49 (24) -1~,- -- -- -- - ---50 (24)------- --------51 (24)-+-J--- - -i- - - -52 (24)--------II -------53 (24)--------L-Ll---54 (24)---------

NO. 2

VERTSPEEDHOLDENG AIRSPEED HOLDENG PREASSIGNED SLEWENGAGE SLEWCONTROL INPUT .HOLD REF SIN Cos
{
COMMON SIGNAL +15 V REF GND

FINEALT NO.2
COARSE ALT NO.

------l

2 {

16J1-40 16J1-41 16J1-42 16J1-37, OJ1A-21 1 16J1-14 16J1-15

SPARE TESTPOINTS
EXCITATION BARO POT
{

-55 ------NC -% ------NC { -58 ------NC -59 (24) ---------Q- 18J1-Z ---{----60 (24)---------!-(- 18J1-Y -61 (24) --------L=I-?---18J1-X -62 ------NC -63 (24)----------------7J1A-44 -64 (24)----------------7J1A-43 1OJ1A-39 -65 (24) ---------------7JIB-44 -66 ------NC 9J1-67 ------NC

WIPER LOW

BAROCORRECTIONISABLE D DC ALTITUDE AUTOPILOTIRSPEED A ALT RATEOUTPUT ALT RATEREF+ ALT RATEREF -

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AUTOPILOT OMPUTER C SP-200 Function +15 VDC +5 VDC +28 V
A/P

Connector in P

Connects To

10JIA:~ (24) ----------------;;;;-!, FIG 4-14, ------NC ENG . TCS SEL -3 (20) ----------------llJ1-C, 12J1-F, 13J1-G. FIG.4-11 -4 (18)-----------------i2J1-C; 13J1-C 14J1-C, SERVO PWR GND -5 (20) ----------------FIG.4-11 -6 -7 (24) ----------------llJ1-A, 17J1-5 -8 -------*, -9 (24)-------2------- lJ1-u, 7J1A-14 !------- lJ1-s, ;;: (24) -----~L47J1A-15 ------NC -12 ------NC FIG.4-11 -13 (24) ----------------14 (24)------X- ------ FIG.4-11 -15 (24) -----P+------- lJI-CC, 7J1B-27 ! -16 (24) -----!&-------lJI-AA, 7J1B-28 -17 ------NC -18 (24)----------------7JIA-28 -19 --:---NC -20 (24)~-6 --------7JIB-42 . -21 (24)----- .------- 9JI-52, 16J1-37 -22 (24)1-& ! -------- 7J1B-43 ---23 (24)---------,= ----- 7J1B-33 -24 ,1 I --------@---25 (24) 7J1B-34 -26 (24) ------------~~jllJ1-B } -27 (24)-----:-------UllJ1-D

SERVOPWR GND +28 VDC FROMA/P DIS ENGSW SPARE -15VDC CHASSIS GND ROLLH ROLLC ROLLHOLDANN GND PITCHCOUPLEANN GND AP OFF LIGHTGND AP OFF HORNGND PITCHH PITCHC ROLLCOUPLEANN GND ROLLA/P PATHCOMMAND (ROLLLEFT= -) V/L RADIODEVIATION G/S DISPLACEMENT CMD ADC ALT INPUT G/S INT CMD :~~R:ATA COMMAND(+) AIR DATACOMMAND(-) TURNKNOBCOMMAND W (+ROLL LEFT) TURNKNOBCOMMAND CT

PITCHWHEEL+ CLIMB -28 (24)=~ FIG.4-6 I&!-----29 (24)JOL--.----------PITCHWHEEL+ DIVE ~ Q OUTPUTGAINCONTROL -30 ------NC 7JIB-62 APE 1OJ1A-31 (24)-----------------

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AUTOPILOT j~[l~ER (cent) Function Connector Pin Connects To

ANEROID SWITCHINPUT 1OJ1A-32 (24)----------------FIG.4-14 -33 (24)----------------7J1B-49, 65J2B-96 PITCHWHEELLOGICINHIBIT -34 SPARE VOROSS OUTPUT(+5V 0SS) -35 ------NC ROLLSPARE#8 -36 ------NC SPARE -37 SPARE -38 AIRSPEED INPUT -39 (24)----------------7J1A-43, 9J1-64 -40 ------NC -41 ------NC COURSEERROR ~ -42 ------NC [ PITCHCOUPLESEL GND -43 ------NC NORMAL ACCELERATION -44 (24)----------------17J1-2, 7J1B-21 ROLLINTEGRAL DISABLE -45 ------NC i -46 (24) ------- ------x HEADING Y -47 (24)-----!-J------- FIG.4-12 -48 (24)-----!Cj------{ ~} A/PTEST (t15V) -49 (24)----------------57J1-L, FIG.4-13 -50 ------NC -51 (24)----------------1OJ1B-36 AUTOPILOT VALIDINTLK -52 ------NC -53 (24)----------------FIG.4-12 -54 ------NC [ +28 V PULSETRIMUP -55 (22)----------------FIG.4-11 INTERLOCK -56 ------NC SPARE -57 +28 V PULSETRIM DOIIIN -58 (22)----------------FIG.4-11 HDG ERROR -59 ------NC YAW RATE -60 ------NC -61 ------NC PITCH DISPLACEMENT RATE PITCH -62 ------NC LIFTCOMP -63 ------NC ROLLDISPLACEMENT -64 ------NC ROLLRATE -65 ------NC ROLL INT -66 ------NC ROLLCOORDINATION ------NC 1OJ1A-67

T-A-..----_-L

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AUTOPILOT OMPUTER C (cent) SP-200 Function SIGNALGND SPARE +28 V INPUTPOWER 115 VAC, 400HZ (H) AC POWER GND SPARE 26 VAC OUTPUT DC POWERGND SPARE SPARE +28 VDC A/P ENG +28 VDC Y/D ENG +28 VDC FROMDISENGAGE SW (Y/D) 28 VDC PULSETRIMDRIVE +28 VDC TK OUT OF DETENT TTL GND HDG HOLDANN GND TORQUEWARNING 28 VDC TCS SELECT APP ARM GND APP CAP GND
q

Connector in P

To Connects

SIGNALGND 10JIB:~ (20)----------------FIG.4-1 (SH 1) -3 (18)--------------------FIG.4-3 (SH 1) -4 (22)----------5 (22)-------=------ AC POWERGND, 1, 13JI-E ;: { -6 -7 (22) ------U------- 13J1-D,6J1-X,C6J1-X DC -8 (20) ---------------- POWERGND -9 -lo 65J1A-94, FIG.4-6 -11 (22) --------------14J1-F -12 (22)---------------FIG.4-11 -13 (22) ---------------

FIG. -14 (22)---------------- 4-11 FIG.4-11 -15 (24) ---------------16 ------NC -17 ------NC FIG.4-16 -18 (24)---------------FIG.4-11,65J1A-90 -19 (24) ---------------20 ------NC 7J1B-70,65J1B-50, -21 (24)---------------8J1-h 12J1-E -22 (22) --------------AIL SYNCHROEXCC -23 ------NC HDG GND -24 ------NC V/L GND -25 ------NC REV CRS GND -26 ---T--NC SBY GND llJ1-Z -27 (24) --------------SOFTRIDEMODEGND 6J1-h,C6J1-h, -28 (24) --------------ENG INTLKTO DG VALIDRELAY FIG.4-12 12J1-D -29 (22)---------------AIL SYNCHRO EXC H FIG.4-13 -30 (24)---------------+28 V A/P ENG SELECTSYNCHRO -31 (24)---------------14J1-E RUDDERSYNCHRO EXC C -32 (24)---------------14J1-D RUDDERSYNCHRO EXC H lJ1-P,llJ1-P, +28 V A/P ENG INTERLOCK -33 (24)---------------FIG.4-13 -34 ------NC FLAP INPUTNO. 2 llJ1-R +28 VDC Y/D ENGSELECT 1OJ1B-35 (24)----------------

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AUTOPILOT ~f~l\TER(cent)

Function

Connector in P

Connects To

1OJ1B-36 (24)----------------1OJ1A-51 ENG INTERLOCK -37 (24)----------------7J1A-77 LATERAL MODELOGIC -38 (24)----------------7J1B-64 ALT HOLDMODEGND -39 ------NC +28 V ALT VALIDOUTPUT -40 (24)----------------7J1B-65 IASHOLDMODEGND -41 (24) ----------------7J1B-63 V/S MODEGND -42 ------NC ALT HO~= SYNCGND -43 ------NC IAS SYNCGND -44 (24)----------------9J1-12 ADC VALID -45 ------NC v/s SYNCGND -46 (24)----------------FIG.4-15 GEAR+ FLAPSDOWN -47 RESERVED SPARE -48 (24)--------------FIG.4-12 HEADING RATEDISABLE -49 (24)-5------------13J1-.N ELEVTACH (+) I ------------50 (24)-=~-fi 13J1-t ELEVTACH (-) -51 (24)---------------13J1-P ELEVSERVOPOSITION (X) -52 (24)---& 1 -- ------ 13J1-R ELEVSERVOPOSITION (Y) -53 (20)-------1~1------ 13J1-A, llJ1-W ELEVSERVOAMPLOUTPUT(+) -54 (24)-------::------ ~::~A;:4, 7J1-2, 1 ACCELEROMETER TEST
q q

ELEVSERVOAMPLOUTPUT(-) AILERON TACI-I (+) AILERON TACH (-) AILERON SERVOAMPLOUTPUT(+) AILERON SERVOPOSITION (X) AILERON SERVOAMPLOUTPUT(-) AILERON SERVOPOSITION (Y) RUDDER SERVOAMPL (+) RUDDER SERVOPOSITION (X) RUDDER SERVOAMPL (-)
RUDDER RUDDER RUDDER SERVO TACH POSITION (+) - (Y)

1-- --- 13Jl~B, -55 (20)-------=1llJ1-X -56 (24)------------- 12J1-L --1-- 12J1-N -57 (24)---------J=! 12J1-B -58 (20)--------------=-59 (24)--=-- ------~-12J1-P ~1 -60 (20)-!-~- ------~1- 12J1-A -61 (24)-1=---------- 12J1-R -62 (20)-----o-- -- --- 14J1-A -63 (24) fi-- --------- 14J1-P j# u -- -- ---64 (20)----14J1-B
-65 -66 (24)~-------------(24)----------0+ -14J1-R 14J1-L

TACH (-)

1OJ1B-67 (24)----------W -- 14J1-N

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AUTOPILOTONTROLLER C PC-500 Function TURNKNOB CW TURNKNOB W TURNKNOB CCW TURNKNOB CT 28VANN POWER(NIGHT) TURNKNOBOUT c OF DETENT SWITCH NO {NC O-28VEDGELIGHTING LIGHTING ND G A/P ENG INPUT +28V YD ENG LOWBANKLIMIT A/P ENGSELECT
YD

Connectorin P

Connects o T

1OJ1A-7, 17J1-5 llJ1-A (24) ----------------B (24).fi.-----------1OJ1A-26 1OJ1A-1, 17J1-1 -c (24)-,-;-----------I1OJ1A-27 -D (24)--& 4 -----------FIG -E (22) ----------------- 4-I (SH1) FIG -F (22) ----------------- 4-11 IIJ1-L, FIG.4-11 -G (22)-----------------FIG.4-11 -H (24)------------------J ------NC -K ------NC -L (22)-----------------llJ1-G, FIG.4-11 -M (22)-----------------F1G4-11 -N (24) ----------------7J1A-93 -P (24) ----------------::~-P~~:JIB-33, -R (24)-----------------10JiB-35 -s -T -U (24)------------R- FIG.4-6 ----- ------ -- +] 1OJ1B-53,3J1-A 1 :! [:;}--~-$-----:Y------- - ---------- 1OJ1B-55, 3J1-B 1 -Y (24)-----------------FIG.4-13 -Z (24) ----------------1OJ1B-27 -a (20)-----------------DC POWERGND -b 1OJ1A-3, 12J1-F, -C (24)---;-------------13J1-G 7J1A-71, 8J1-r, -d (24) ----------------65J1B-43
-e

ENG SELECT SPARE SPARE


PITCH WHEEL + PITCH WHEEL [ ELEV SERVO AMPLELEV SERVO AMPL

+ [-

A/P TEST+15 VDC SOFTRIDEMODEGND POWERGND SPARE +28 V DC A/P ENG TCS SEL
q

HDGMODEGND SPARE LAMPTESTGND O-5VLIGHTING 28VANN POWER(DAY) CHASSIS GND

7J1A-54, -f (24) ----------------16J1-16, LAMPTESTSWITCH FIG.4-2 -g (22)-----------------FIG.4-1 (SH1) -h (22) ----------------llJ1-j (22) ----h

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AILERON SERVO SM-~00


Function

Connector in P

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+ MOTOR INPUT (CCW DRUM ROTATION) { SERVO POWER GND

12Jl:~~~:j-------------- 1OJ1B-6O $ 1OJ1B-58 -c (20)-----------------SERVOPWR


GND, 1OJIA-4*

------u ---------

SYNCHRO EXC 26 VAC,400 HZ { :


POSITION CLUTCH EXCITATION

-D (24)-----------------1OJ1B-29 -E (24)-----------------1OJ1B-22 -F (22)-----------------1OJIA-3, -G ------NC [ -H ------NC 1-J (22) -----------7-----K

llJ1-~

TACH SHIELD TACHOMETER OUTPUT (CCM DRUM ROTATION) POSITION

+ { x

-L -N -P 3
------NL

SYNCHRO OUTPUT Y { z

IOJIB-56 1OJ1B-57 1OJ1B-59 1OJ1B-61

SPARES

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ELEVATOR SERVO SM-200 Function MOTORINPUT + (CCWDRUMROTATION)[ SERVOPOWERGND
POSITION

Connector in P

Connects To

1OJ1B-53,lJ1-W l 13J1-A(20)--;-------------B (20)_~ t------------1OJ1B-55, llJ1-X -c (20)-----------------SERVOPWR H c [ -D -E -F -G -H -J ------NC -K (24)----L (24) ---R ----------~ 1OJ1B-5O t -N (24) ---o ----------10JIB-49
x GND, 1OJ1A-4* DC POWER GND (24)-----------------1OJ1B-7 (24)-----------------1OJ1B-5 (22)-----------------1OJ1A-3, llJ1-c (22)-----------------1OJ1A-3, llJ1-c 2 (22) ----------------- PWR GND DC

SYNCHRO EXC 26 VAC,400 HZ

CLUTCHEXCITATION TACH SHIELD TACHOMETERUTPUT O (CCWDRUMROTATION)~ [


POSITION

SYNCHRO OUTPUT Y { z

SPARES

lc1Jlf3-51 -P (24)----~-----------R (24)---~~----------lCJIB-52 -s ------NC -M -T -u [ 13J1-V

* Referto Para4.1.3.3.F.
II A1 CITATION A2 CITATION V ONLY.

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RUDDER SERVO SM-200 Function + MOTOR INPUT (CCW DRUM ROTATION) { SERVO POWER GND POSITION SYNCHRO EXC 26 VAC, 400 HZ ii < c Connector Pin 1 Connects To 1OJ1B-62 1OJ1B-64 SERVO PWR GND, 1OJIA-4* 1OJ18-32 1OJ1B-31 1OJ1B-I2

14J1-A (20)-71- -------------B (20)-& # -------- -----c (20)------------------D -E -F -G -H -J (24)-----------------(24)-----------------(22)-----------------------NC ------NC (22)------------------

CLUTCH EXCITATION

DC PWR GND

TACH SHIELD.. TACHOMETER OUTPUT (CCW DRUM ROTATION)

+ < -

-K (24)---------X -L (24)---------j-+- ----1 -N (24)___-+~-;_-

10JIB-67
1OJ1B-63 IOJIB-65

1OJ1B-66

x
POSITION SYNCHRO OUTPUT
{

Y z

SPARES

-P (24)--------7= -----R (24)--------J~------ -s ------NC -M -T -u { 14J1-V

-1

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YAW RATEGYRO RG-204 Function VAC,400HZ POWER GND CHASSIS GND RATEOF TURN (RTTURN)
26

Connectorin P

Connects o T

15J11~ {~~]l~l~[~jjll~~~l~l~ FIG.4-3 (SHT3) AC GND -3 (22) --,-------, -4 (24)--j~i-------- 65J2A-77 1-5 (24)--~1-----------65J2A-78 -6 (24)-----------------DCGND 15J1-7(24)----C+-----------65J1B-3

{ RATEOF TURNVALID (4.5V) {+

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V-NAVDISPLAY/CONTROLLER (PILOTS) VN-212 Function H c [ O-5V LIGHTING POWER : [ SPARE ALT ERRORAC 115V 400 Hz SPARES +28 V DC INPUT CHASSIS GND SIGNAL GND SPARE COARSE ALT Connector Pin Connects To

16J1-1(24)-----------------FIG.4-3 (SH1) -2 (24)-----------------ACGND -3 (22)-----------------FIG.4-2 -4 (22)-----------------ACGND -5 -6 ------NC :; {-9 -10 (22)----------------FIG4-1 (SH 1) -11 (22)------* -12 (22) ----------------SIGGND -13 ------NC -14 (24)-----~T ---------9J1-53 1 ---------9J1-54 -15 (24)-----~ SHIELDED WITH 16J1-37 -16 (24) ----------------7J1A-54, llJ1-f,
LAMP TEST SWITCH

+15 V REF RETURN [

LAMPTEST GND LoAD5mA@15v


ALT ALERT HORN

GND

-17 (24)-----------------ALERTHORN (-) TO -18 (24) ----------------18J1-g -19 -20 (24)----------------7J1B-24 -21 ------NC -22 (24)----------------65J1A-76,7J1B-9 -23 (24)----------------65J1A-96 -24 (24)----------------7J1B-39 -25 (24)----------------7J1B-22 ------NC -26 -27 (24)----~1 ----------7J1B-15,65J2B-39 -28 (24)---------------7J1B-14,65J2B-38 J -29 (24) ----------------7JIB-25 -30 (24)---F?---------65J2B-11 1 65J2B-12 -31 (24)---v-----------32 ------NC

120m MAX ALTALERTLAMPGND 120mA MAX SPARE ALT <1000FT V-NAVMODEARM VERTICAL DEVIATION VALID ALTITUDE PRESELECT ALID V TO/FROM NULL ALT ERROR ALT ERROR + VERTICAL DEVIATION _ [ VNAVMODEGND TO/FROM + TO + MIN LOAD5,000OHMS [ FROM
RANGE FROM R-NAV GND +V RANGE VALID MIN LOAD 5,000 OHMS

16J1-33 (24) ----------------FIG.4-17

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V-NAV DISPLAY/CONTROLLER (PILOTS) (con~) VN-212

Function RANGE 40 MV/MI MIN LOAD


10,000 OHMS

Connector Pin + { -

Connects To 7J1A-32,65J2B-102 7:1A-33,65 J2B-101

16J1-34 (24)--7~} -----------35 (24)--*------------

J l;i

ADC VALID +28V COARSE ALT SIG H ADC REF 26 V AC { c SIN Cos { RET

-36 (24) ---------------9dl-12 SHIELDEDITI-I 16J1-14 Y-------9;1-52, -37 (24)--------1OJ1A-21 -38 (24) ---------------9(1-1, 18J1-E - --39 (24)-- ----- - -- - 9;1-2, 18J1-F -40 (24)----------ffiy9J1-49 -41 (24)------------~ 9J1-50 ]1 --16J1-42 (24)-- -- ---w-- 9J1-51

FINE ALT INPUT

JUMPER AT CONNECTOR NOTE 1

NOTE:

1.

Jumper is provided so that when VNCC The demods in the ADC have a reference.

is

removed.

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PILOTS NORMAL ACCELEROMETER AG-222 Function +15 VDC POWER OUTPUT1.5V/G


Pin Connector

~ects

To

SIGNAL GND -VDC POWER

17J1-1(24)-----------------IOJIA-1, llJ1-C , 7 1OJ1A-44 -2 (24)-- -------------- J1B-21, 10J1B-54 1 L-m-_ SIGNALGND 20K, l/2W -3 (24)-----------------SIGNALGND -5 (24)-----------------llJ1-A, 1OJ1A-7 17J1-6(24)-----------------1OJ1B-54

TEST

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BAROMETRIC ALTITUDE INDICATORPILOTS) ( BA-141 Function H O-5 VAC INSTLIGHTS
{

Connectorin P

Connects To

c H

SPARE SPARE 26 V AC 400 HZ CHASSIS { c

18J1-A (24)-----------------AC LIGHTING CONTROL FIG4-2 -B (24)-----------------AC PWRGND -c -D -E (24) ----------------9J1-1,16J1-38 -F (24)-----------------9J1-2,16J1-39 -G (22)-------/% -H (-J

SPARES [N :P (22)--,=-----------9J1-7 -R (24)--r+-----------9J1-6 1 -s -T {z4)-JUi-?-----------9J1-5 -U (24)-------=------- 9J1-8 -V (24)------J-!------- 9J1-9 i------- 9J1-10 -W (24)-------=-X (24)-----------9---9J1-61 -Y (24)----------J-4--9JI-60 I ---Z (24) ----------~uJ9J1-59
-a (24)-----------------9JI-12

SIGNAL GNDTOADC ACT COARSE +15 REF SPARE ALT COARSE SIGNAL FINEALT
{

SIN Cos COM


LOW WIPER EXCITATION

BARO
CORRECTION

+28 V DC ALT VALID SPARES

-b :: { -e
ALT ALERT

-f (24)-----------------7JIA-8 (24)-----------------16J1-18 { 18J1-g

LIGHT

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PILOTS RADIOALTIMETER ECEIVER/TRANSMITTER R RT-300 Function SPARES TESTINHIBIT OUTPUT CIRCUIT TEST TRACKINVALID GND SPARES [ :! L-K
400 OR 500 FTTRIP f15 VDC COM OUTPUT COM (TRIP PT #4) -L -M ------NC -N (24)------------J~F I-1

Connectorin P

Connects o T

20J1-A -B -c { -D -E (22) ------------------ GND DC -F -G I

ALT TRIPCOM 50 FTTRIP (TRIPPT #3) SPARE TEST 1200FTTRIP (TRIPPT#l) 250 FTTRIP (TRIP #2) PT ALT OUT
AUX OUTPUT

7J1B-19, 65J2A-70 -P (24)--------------- DC GND -------NC :; ------NC -T (24)---------------65J2B-76 -I -U (24)--------------- 7J1B-46 --V (24)-------------- 7J1B-52 + -------------4GL---W (24) 65J2A-69
-X (24)------------------

7J1B-18

FLAGWARN +15 VDC -15VDC PWRGND +28 VDC

-Y (24)-----------------7J1B-35, 65J1A-78 -z ------NC -a ------NC -b (24)-----------------DCGND 20J1-c(24)------------------ 4-1 {sHTI) FIG

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--~[--i --u---[;GFW#-;ND

Function sIGNAL GND CRS26 VAC


cl?S 26 V AC < H c

Connectorin P
-B -c (22)--------(22)---------

------------------SIGNALGND 23J1-A (22)

x RS SELECT
{

Y z

----------~-=- 65J2A-4~ -D (24) Ill fl-~-65J2A-46 -E ~24)-------.-.-T ------------%1--65J2A-47 -F (24) -----------------1I5J1-10 -G,(24) -----------------115JI-12 -H (24)

;RS PULLDCT

\DGPULLSYNC ~DG26 V AC IDG26 V AC H <


c

-J

~------]:Gp:~3GND -K (22)---------1-&---(22)---------

x HDGSELECT
{

-L

(24)-----------in;- 65J2A-48

-M (24)----------:-;-- 65J2A-49 -N (24) ----------~~-- 65J2A-50 -----------------F]G.4-2 -P (22) ------------------ GND AC -R (22) -----------------cHASSISGND -s (22)

+5 V LIGHTING{- + CHASSIS GND SPARES

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ROLLRATEMONITOR RZ-220 Function 115VAC,400 HZ PWR SELFTEST +15VDC PWRGND ROLLATTITUDE x / Y Connectorin P Connects o T 1 57J1-A (22) --------------- FIG.4-3 (SH1) -B (22)---------------- FIG.4-13, --57J1 -N -c Ac p~~ GN~ -D (22) -E (24)-------------------- 65J2A-18 lJ1-P. -F (24) ------------------lJ1-q-,

I ---::!!-------~--f---

-G (24)--------------------

65J2~-19 lJ1-r, 65J2A-20

w RELAYCONTACT 1
{

!: NC

RELAYCONTACT 2
[

NO w

CHASSIS GND TESTPOINT1 TESTPOINT2 -15VDC


SIGNAL GND TEST POINT 3

-H (22)-------------------- 4-13,1J1-R FIG. FIG.4-13 -K (22)-------------------FIG.4-13, 1OJ1B-3O -L (22)-------------------FIG.4-13, 1OJ1A-49 -M -----NC -N (22) ------------------FIG.4-13, 57J1-B -P (22) -----A
-J (22)--------------------

-R -----NC -s -----NC -----NC 1 57J1-V -----NC

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PILOT WEATHER S RADARR/T/A WU-650 Function 28 VDC PRIMARY POWER 28 VDC PRIMARY POWER DC PWR GND DC PWR GND ALTERNATE ONTROL C BUS (HI) ALTERNATE ONTROL C BUS (LO) PRIMARY CONTROL BUS (HI)
PRIMARY CONTROL BUS
CONTROL (LO)

Connector in P

Connects To

59J1-A(20) -------------------28POWER, VDC FIG4-1 -B (20)-------------------28VDC POWER, FIG4-1 -X (20) ------------------- PWRGND DC -W (20) ------------------- PWRGND DC -a ------NC -b ------NC
-C (24)-----------------O63J1-F
-d (24) ---------------J -1#
Y-: :;:;:: -p (24) -----a -U (24) ------------------63J1-E

BUS SHIELD REMOTE ON

GND FOR 429 STAB TRANSMIT ON KEY SPARE EA ROM ERASE SPARE GND FOR INVERTEDT M
REACT COMPENSATION OVERRIDE

GND FOR 200mv/DEG SHIELDGND SIN PITCH(HI)OR429 SIN PITCH(LO)OR429 SIN ROLL (HI) SIN ROLL (LO) STBLN400 HZ REF IN 10V STBLN400 HZ REF IN 26V STBLN400 HZ REF IN 115V STBLN400 HZ REF IN COM LEFTEFISCONTROL BUS (P) LEFTEFISCONTROL BUS (N)

-T -----NC -c -----NC -v -----NC -----NC 1 -----NC -Y -----NC -----NC 1; [24) GND ------------------:: -K -L iiii:~:-------------q (24) (24) ----------------t-l ----------------v 1lJ1-EE lJ1-1)11

h -M (24) ---------------idlJ1-v -N (24) ---------------- lJ1-w i+-- s~IELDGND -H ------NC


-z ------NC

-D (24) ----------------OFIG4-3 (SH1) k -G (24)----------------!~-- ~~I~~~GND -m (24)-T~$--------------65J2B-32


,1

k59J1-n(24)-+-L -------------65J2&33
ii

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PILOTS WEATHER RADAR R/T/A (cent) WU-650

Function

Connector Pin 59J1-t -----NC -r -----NC -----NC :; -----)JC

Connects To ,

CENTER CONTROL BUS (P) CENTER CONTROL BUS (N) BUS (P) RIGHT EFIS CONTROL RIGHT EFIS CONTROL BUS (N) PICTURE BUS SHIELD GND LEFT EFIS PICTURE BUS (P) LEFT EFIS PICTURE BUS (N) CENTER PICTURE BUS BUS PICTURE RIGHT EFIS PICTURE RIGHT EFIS PICTURE
(P)

-9(2+--1-1------------I
-q

@~)---T

65J2E-30

CENTER

(N) BUS (P) BUS (N)

Jlt -h (24)-----------------65J2E-31 < -i (24)--------t-r----~o-63J1-M I ------- 63J1-L -j ~::~:~~-----LCh-k 59J1-s-----NC

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PILOTS WEATHER RADAR INDICATOR WI-650

Function +28 +28 VDC

Connectorin P
63J1-N -A -D -c -s (20)-------------------(20)-------------------(22)------------------------NC

Connectso T
FIG. 4-1 (SH 1) DC PWR GND LIGHT GND

VDC RTN LIGHT GND +28 V LIGHTS +5 V LIGHTS MASTER FAULT CTRL BUS HI CTRL BUS LO SHIELD GND REMOTE ON PICTURE BUS HI PICTURE i3USLO PICTURE BUS SHIELD FSB1 FSB2 SPARE SPARE CHASSIS GND RESERVED RESERVED SPARE

FIG. (22)-------------------- 4-2 -J ------NC -F (24)---1C~ -----------59J1-c $ -G (24)-----------------59J1-d


-------J :: (24)----------1 ---------

-M -L -w -H -K -u -v
-B

(24)-------R- --------(24)------* -[ ---------------- ---? (24)-------- -------- ---------NC

59J1-U 59J1-i 59J1-j FIG. 4-7

(20)__--_--

-P -R 63J1-X

&

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PILOTS WEATHER RADAR INDICATOR (cent) WI-650

Function

Connector

Pin

Connects o T

HORIZ REF HI HORIZ REF LO VERT REF HI VERT REF LO DC RTN STBY BLUE VIDEO INPUT HI BLUE VIDEO INPUT LO GREEN VIDEO INPUT HI GREEN VIDEO INPUT LO RED VIDEO INPUT HI RED VIDEO INPUT LO SHIELD COMMON
RANGE RANGE RANGE CODE OUTPUT RO

63J2-L -A -M -K -G -N -T -D

------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC x ------NC ------NC :: ------NC
:-----NC ------NC

:: -B

CODE OUTPUT RI

-P ------NC -v ------NC -H ------NC

R2 RANGE CODE OUTPUT CODE OUTPUT R3 VIDEO SEL (P) VIDEO SEL (N)

------NC 63J2-R

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PILOTS SYMBOL GENERATOR SG-605/805

Function ADI ADI ADI ADI ADI ADI ADI ADI ADI ADI ADI ADI ADI ADI ADI ADI
ADI

Connector Pin 65J1A-1 ~$ ~~ ~; ~~ -lo -11 -12 -13 -14 -15 -16
-17

Connects To ;:;-;;

VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO COLOR


COLOR

(+) (-) SHIELD GND O (+)


O (-)

(24)q~-- ~~~~~-jl=~~ I (24)-1-1-(24)-~Z 1 (24)---4-;----------(24) -----------------

3J1-50
3J1-51

COLOR COLOR COLOR COLOR COLOR COLOR


COLOR

O 1 1 1 2 2
2

COLOR 3 COLOR 3 COLOR 3 FLYBACK


FLYBACK

SHIELD GND (+) (-) SHIELD GND (+) (-) SHIELD GND (+) (-) SHIELD GND (+)
(-)

ADI ADI ADI ADI ADI ADI

FLYBACK SHIELD GND VALID R/S (+) R/S (-) R/S SHIELD GND SR (+)

;;; ~~~ -22 -23


-24 -25 -26 -27

(24)--Y (Z4)-Zt- ----------7 (24)--1-1 -----------(24)--Y ~ (24)-T~l-i ----------(24)-A-------------(24)--Y (24)--=;----------(24)-J-1------------(24)--Y (24)-7=- ----------t ----------(24)-A-[::;]--f ----- ----------@~\-JC~- ----------i --- ------------(24)--Y (24)----------- -+;(24)--------------------NC ------NC ------NC

3J1-46 3J1-47 3J1-42 3J1-43 3J1-38 3J1-39 3J1-60


3J1-61

3J1-15 3J1-58 3J1-59 3J1-7


3J1-8 3J1-3fj

ADI SR (-)
ADI ADI ADI CS SR (+) CSSR (-) CS VALID

I i~--

HSI HSI HSI HSI HSI HSI HSI HSI HSI HSI

VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO COLOR COLOR COLOR COLOR COLOR COLOR COLOR

(+) (-) SHIELD GND O (+) O (-) O SHIELD GND 1 (+) 1 (-) 1 SHIELD GND 2 (+)

-28 -29 -30 -31 -32 -33 -34 -35 -36 65J1A-37

(24)--a- -----------1 (24)-J-1------------(24)--V (24)--= ----------t (24)-~-l ------------(24)--Y ----------(24)--~ + (24)-J-!------------(24)--~# (24)-l~T-------------

2J1-54 2J1-55 2J1-50 2J1-51 2J1-46 2J1-47 2JI-42

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PILOTS SYMBOL GENERATOR (cent) SG-605/805

Function

Connector Pin 65J1A-38 -39 -40 -41 -42 -43 -44 -45 -46 -47 -48 -49 -50 -51 -52 -53 -54 -55 -56 -57 -58 -59 -60 -61 -62 -63 -64 -65 -66 -67 -68 65J1A-69

Connects To 2J1-4:! 2J1-38 2J1-39 2J1-60 2J1-61 2J1-IL 2J1-58 2J1-51! 2J1-7 2J1-8 2J1-3fi

HSI HSI HSI HSI HSI HSI HSI HSI HSI HSI HSI HSI HSI HSI

COLOR 2 (-) COLOR 2 SHIELD GND COLOR 3 (+)


COLOR 3 (-)

COLOR 3 SHIELD GND FLYBACK (+) FLYBACK (-) FLYBACK SHIELD GND VALID R/S (+) R/S (-) R/S SHIELD GND SR (+) SR (-)

(24)-@----------(24)-(24)--C* ----------(24)-~1- 4 -------- --(24)--Y [;:;-~~f -------- ----- I -------- ----(24)-- (24j---- -------- --(24)-i? .----------t (24).-Y--------(24)-(24)----------- ++.. $ (24)----------- --=L_-

HSI CS SR (+) HSI CS SR (-) HSI CS VALID ADI X ADI X ADI X ADI Y ADI Y ADI Y HSI X HSI X HSI X HSI Y HSI Y HSI Y DC811 DC811 DEF OUT (+) DEF OUT (-) DEF SHIELD GND DEF OUT (+) DEFOUT (-) DEF SHIELD GND DEF OUT (+) DEF OUT (-) DEF SHIELD GND DEF OUT (+) DEF OUT (-) DEF SHIELD GND DATA (+) DATA (-)

------NC ------NC ------NC (24)-+ ----------(24)-- -+I----------(24)---Y (24)--1; -------I-------- --(24)-(24)=J (24)--T= ----------(24)----ii____ (24)---Y ---------(24)---= ! (24)--J-1-----------(24)---Y (24)------ ------ r_I (24)-------------~1-L --

3J1-1 3J1-2 3J1-9 3J1-lC 2J1-1 2J1-2 2J1-9 2J1-lC 115J1-34 115J1-35 SHIELD GND

RESERVED

------NC

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PILOTS SYMBOL GENERATOR

(cent)

SG-605/805 Function RESERVED RESERVED RESERVED VALIDIN 1 SRN DME VLD VALIDIN 2 SRN VRT DV VLD VALIDIN 3 SPD DEV VLD VALIDIN 4 VNAVDEV VLD VALIDIN 5 SRN LATDV VLD VALIDIN 6 RAD ALT 1 VLD VALIDIN 7 RADALT 2 VLD VALIDIN 8 LRN1LATDV VLD (ADF2VALIDWHENDIN6= GND) IN 9 LRN1VRT DV VLD VALID VALIDIN1OADF VLD VALIDIN1lFDC
VALID VALID VALID VALID VALID IN12 IN13 IN14 IN15 IN16 HDG ATT CS/SG ARINC VLD 1 VLD 1 VLD VLD O VLD

Connector in P

Connects To

65J1A-70------NC -71 ------NC -72 ------NC -73 (24)----------------C164J1A-46 -74 (24)----------------:~5:~~A-74, -75 (24)----------------- 4-4 FIG -76 (24) ----------------16J1-22,7J1B-9 -77 (24) ----------------UM:J;B-91, -78 (24) ------------:---20J1-Y,FIG.4-5 7J1B-35 -79 ------NC -80 (24)----------------C164J1B-99 -81 ------NC -82 (24) ----------------164J1B-99
-83 -84 -85 -86 -87 (24) (24) (24) ------NC - -----NC ------------------------------------------------7J1B-47 6J1-e lJ1-GG,7J1A-19

LRN 1 28 V WPT ALERT -88 ------NC -89 ------NC VALIDIN17ROT VLD VALIDIN18TCS 65J1A-90(24) ----------------1OJ1B-19 ALL VALIDS ARE +28 V DC.

~:

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Function VALID IN19 SPARE VALID IN20 HDG 2 VLD VALID IN21 ATT2 VLD VALID IN22 AP ENGAGED IN VALID IN23 TK DETENT IN

Connector Pin 65J1A-91 -92 -93 -94 -95 ------NC (24)----------------------NC (24)----------------(24)-----------------

Connects To . C2J2-X

1OJ1B-11 llJ1-H,IOJIB-15 FIG. 4-11 16J1-;?3

VALID IN24 APS VLD IN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN ATT SYMGEN L/R IDO O DC811 1 Si7BRG3/4 2 3 ADFIBRG 3/4 ASCB D/S 4 5 EFIS D/S 6 CROSSIDE SENSOR 7 ROT ON/OFF GND PULSE OUT

-96 -97 -98 -99 -100 -101 -102


DISABLE-103

(24)----------------------NC (24)----------------(24)----------------(24)----------------------NC (24)----------------(24)-----------------

65J1A-105 65J1A-105 65J1A-105 65J1A-105 65J1A-105 PROG GND

-104 ------NC -105 (24)----------------65J1A-106 ------NC

NOTE :

ALL VALIDS ARE +28 V DC.

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PILOTS SYMBOL GENERATOR (cent) SG-605/805

Function

Connector

Pin

Connects

To

DIN
DIN

8
9

CPMN ON/OFF
WIND PO/XY

65J1B-1 (24)-----------------2 ------NC

65J1A-105

DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 , 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

+5V ROT VAL R ALT IDO R ALT ID1 TRANSITION ON/OFF LRN1 PHASE (P/S) ADI ON HSI (OFF/ON) SRN2 ID1 ADF 1/2
MLS 1/2

-3 (24)----------------- 15J1-7 -4 ------NC -5 ------NC ~; (24)----------------- 65J1A-105 ------NC -8 ------NC ------NC ~?O (24)----------------- 65,J1A-105
-11 ------NC

wow GSPD IDO GSPD IDI ATT # IDO ATT# ID1 AT TGL IDO AT TGL ID1 ATT2 P/S RESERVED FLIP HDG1 DEF HDG1 F/S-M/T HDG # IDO HOG # ID1 HD TGL IDO HD TGL ID1 HDG2 DEF HDG2 F/S-M/T HDG2 P/s S BRG CD/CS

-12 -13 -14 -15 -16 -17 -18 -19 -20 -21 -22 -23 -24 -25 -26 -27 -28 -29 -30 65J1B-31

(24)----------------(24)----------------------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC (24)----------------------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC (24)----------------------NC ------NC

FIG 4-7 65J1A-105

TO :/S SWITCH

TO F/S SWITCH

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PILOT SYMBOL S GENERATOR (cent) SG-605/805 Function
Drhl

Connector in P 65J1B-32 ------NC


~:: y;----------------- . - - - - -- - - - - - - -- -

Connects To

DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN
DIN

39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

SRN SRC IDO SRN SRC 101 DME TTN TTL


HSI

SRN TGL A1 MODE RESERVED LNAVMODEGND GA MODEGND ASELARM MODEGND ASELCAPMODEGND tJDG MODEGND SEL

65J1A-105 C164JIA-3 C164ilB-64, -35 (24)----------------C2J1-:{. -36------NC -37 ------NC -38 ------NC 7J1A-72 -39 (24) ----------------7J1B-M3 -40 (24) ----------------7J1B-?l, 8J1-d -41 (24)----------------7JIB-72, 8J1-e -42 (24) ----------------;;;:-;1, 8J1-r, -43 (24) -----------------44 ------NC -45 (24)-----------------46 (24)----------------7JIB-75, 8J1-b 7J1B-76, 8JI-Z, l15t11-47 7J1B-77, 8J1-X, -47 (24) ----------------115J1-48 7J1B-78 -48 (24)----------------7JIB-69, 8J1-g -49 (24) ----------------7JlB-70,8Jl-h, -50 (24)----------------ICIJIB-21 7J1B-73, 8J1-S -51 (24)-----------------52 (24)----------------7JlB-74, 8J1-T -53 ------NC -54 ------NC -55 (24) ----------------7J1A-85 7J1A-85 -56 (24)-----------------57 (24)----------------7JlA-6f3, 8J1-J -58 (24)----------------7JIA-67> 8J1-K 7J1A-87 -59 (24)----------------7J1A-83 -60 (24) -----------------

51 RESERVED 52 ALT HOLDMODEGND 53 V/S HOLDMODEGND 54 IASHOLDMODEGND 55 MACHHOLDMODEGND 56 GS ARM MODEGND 57 GS CAP MODEGND 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68

DIN DIN A1

VNAVARM MODEGND VNAVCAPMODEGND LRN1SRC NORM/ALT LRN1BRG CARD/CASE NAV ARM MODEGND NAV CAPMODEGND BC ARM MODEGND BC CAPMODEGND VORAPR ARM MODEGND VORAPRCAP MODEGND ~--~--NC 65J1B-61 LRN1BG/DA

. tiround thispin if MLS is installed.

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PILOTS SYMBOL GENERATOR (cent) SG-605/805 Connects To

Function DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN


DIN

Connector Pin 65J1B-62 -63 -64 -65 -66 -67 -68 -69 -70 -71 -72 -73 -74 65J1B-75

)IN )IN )IN )IN )IN

69 LRN1 IDO 70 LRN1 ID1 71 LRN1 ID2 72 LRN1 ID3 73 LRN1 SRC IDO 74 LRN1 SRC ID1 75 SRN2 IDO 76 LRN1 DT/OA 77 LRN TGL IDO 78 LRN TGL IDl 79 LRN1 MG/TU 80 LRN2 IDO 81 LRN2 ID1 82 LRN2 ID2

------NC 65J1A-105 (24)-------------------65J1A-105 (24)----------------(24)------------------ 65J1A-105 ------NC @:~::~-------------------NC ------tic ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC

65JlA-~05

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PILOT SYMBOL S GENERATOR (cent) SG-605/805 Function
DIN 83 LRN2 ID3

Connector in P
65J1B-76 ------NC

Connects To

DIN 84 LRN2SRC IDO -77 ------NC DIN 85 LRN2SRC ID1 -78 ------NC DIN 86 AIR DATACMDDISABLE -79 ------NC DIN 87 SPARE -80 ------NC DIN 88 LRN1BRG 3/4 -81 (24) ---------------65J1A-105 (ADF2 BRG3/4 WHENDIN6= GND) DIN 89 CITATION 11/V -82 (24) ---------------65J1A-105 DIN 90 IRS1AN/DIG -83 ------NC DIN 91 IRS2AN/DIG -84 ------NC DIN 92 RADALT S/D -85 ------NC DIN 93 A/S,AOA, SPD IDO -86 (24)----------------65J1A-105 DIN 94 A/S,AOA,SPD ID1 -87 (24) ---------------65J1A-105 DIN 95 CS IN -88 ------NC DIN 96 COUPLE1/2 -89 ------NC DIN 97 STBYSEL MODEGND -90------NC DIN 98 SPARE -91 ------NC DIN 99 ATT #1 WRAP -92 (24)----------------65JlA-105 DIN 100ATT #2 WRAP -93 ------NC DIN 101ATT #3 WRAP -94 ------NC DIN 102ATT #4 WRAP -95 ------NC DIN 103 RESERVED -96 ------NC DIN 104 RESERVED -97 ------NC DIN 105 FMS SINGLE/DUAL -98 ------NC DIN A/S,AOA,SPD ID2 106 -99 ------NC DIN 107CAA RULES -1oo------NC DIN 108SPARE -101------NC DIN 109SYMGEN L/R IDI -102------NC RESERVEDDC IN (+) -103------NC RESERVEDDC IN (-) -104------NC RESERVEDDC OUT (+) -105------NC RESERVEDDC OUT (-) 65J1B-106 -----NC -

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PILOTS SYMBOL GENERATORcent) ( SG-605/805 Function
+28 V DC POWER +28 V DC POWER
HDG VALID IN 28 V DC RETURN 28 V DC RETURN CHASSIS GND CHASSIS GND GND SIGNAL

Connectorin P

Connects o T

SIGNAL GND DISCRETEND G IN (+) TO/FRDC TO/FRDC IN (-) ONSIDEACREF (+) ONSIDE REF (-) AC #l PITCHX #1 PITCH Y #l PITCHZ #1 ROLLX #1 ROLLY #l ROLLZ #l HDGX #l HDGY #1 HDG
Z

65J2A-1 (22) ----------------PILOT28VDC POWER, -2 (22) ----------------4-1 } FIGURE -3 ------NC -4 (22)-----------------DC PWRGND -5 (22)-----------------DC PWRGND -6 (24)-----------------CHASSISGND -7 (24)-----------------CHASSISGND -8 (24)-----------------SIGNALGND -9 (24)-----------------SIGNALGND -10 (24) ----------------CIISCRETE GND -11------NC -12------NC -13 (24)-----:-]--------26VAC, 1, FIG4-3 (SH3) t
+ ---L---------14 (24)--ACGND
t-L-15 -16 (24)-----------(24)----------------T=(----SHIELDGND lJl_x lJ1-y

Ii

tii -17 (24)---------------WlJ1-z

1 SHIELDGND --18 (24) --------------- lJ1-p, 57J1.E !


-19 (24) -----------~~-- lJ1-q, 57J1-F t: -20 (24) -------------L lJ1-~, 57J1-G -? L -- SHIELD GND -21 (24)------------[~-- 6J1-L

1
1

IL -22 (24)---------------

6J1-M

+ i 65J2A-23 (24)--------------IV-6J1-K

-- SHIELD GND

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PILOTS SYMBOL GENERATOR cent) ( SG-605/805
Function SYS ASCBA DATA (+) SYSASCBA DATA (-) SYS ASCBACLK (+) SYSASCBACLK #1 (-) Connector 65J2A-24 -25 -26 -27 Pin ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC

Connects o T

HDG SYNC+

#1 HDG SYNCMFD G/S DEV DC #1 LRN #1 LRN ??1 LRN #l LRN


DSRTRK DSRTRK DSRTRKZ

I--1~~- 6J1-U -28 (24) ---------b -29 (24) -------------1-1 - 6J1-V Y -L IN (-)
X Y

SHIELD GND

-30------NC
-31 -32 -33 ------NC ------NC ------NC

BRGX/SIN (ADF2 X/SINWITHDIN6 = GND) #1 LRNBRGY/COM (ADF2 Y/COMN WITHDIN6 = GND) #1 LRN BRGZ/COS (ADF2 Z/COSWITHDIN6 = GND) #1 LRNBRGCOM (ADF2 COMWITHDIN 6 = GND) LRNTO/FROM (+) #l #l LRNTO/FROM (-) #1 LRN LATDEV (+) #1 LRN LATDEV (-) DH H DH W

C164J1A-61 -34 (24)-----------fi----

-35 (24)-----------1-1-C164J1A-33 -I-36 (24) ----------- -- C164J1A-47 ,r I -37 (24) -------------- C164J1A-33 + ----SHIELD GND -38------NC -39------NC -40------NC -41------NC l15J1-53 -42 (24) -----------------

115J1-54 65J2A-43 -----------------(24)

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Function
DH L

Connectorin P

Jonnects To

65J2A-44(24)-----------------115J1-55 -45 (24)-1?------------23J1-D ! -46 (24)-----------------23J1-E lit -47 (24)-4-------------23J1-F Y (24)--48 (24)l~i------------~3J1.L i -49 (24)j-; - -------------23J1-M -50 (24)--III -------------23J1-N
J

CRS SEL X/TACH +

.CRS SEL Y/TACH CRS SEL Z

SHIELD GND HDG SEL XTACH + HDG SEL Y TACHHDG SEL Z SHIELDGND VOR BRG X/SIN VOR BRG Y/COM VOR BRG Z/COS VOR BRG SP/COM #1 ADF BRGX/SIN #l ADF BRGY/COM #l ADF BRGZ/COS #1 ADF BRGSP/COM

I]*

-51 -52 -53 -54

(24)~~------l~r -------C164J1B-11 (24)----------------C164J1B-37 1[ - ----- C164J1B-12 (24)--------I:.I (24)------- I b------- C164J1B-37 t-----SHIELD GND -55 (24)-------=------ 164J1A-61

T
t

-56 (24)-------1-[-------164J1A-33 -57 (24)-------~-!-------164J1A-47 65J2A-58(24)---------------164J1A-33 Y -------SHIELD GND


~lt

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PILOTS SYMBOL GENERATOR (cent) SG-605/805 Function INNER MKR (+) MARKER COMMON MIDDLE MKR (+) MFD LATSTEER ~LI~J~MKR +) ( SRN CRS DEV (+) SRN CRS DEV (-) SRN GS DEV (-) SRN GS DEV (+) RADALT (+) RADALT (-) SPEEDCMD (+) SPEEDCMD(-) PITCHCMII (+) PITCHCMD
(-)

Connectorin P

Connects o T

65J2A-59(24)----------------C164J1A-73 -60 (24)-------* -61 (24)----------------C164J1A-60 -62 ------NC C164J1B-74 -63 ~~~~~~~~-------------64 -65 (24) -----~~r------ C164J1B-78, C2J2-E I------ :;::J;B-75, -66 (24)------t-~Y - -------SHIE~DGND -67 (24) -----j~r------C2J2-C, 65J2A-66, ! C164J1B-75 i -68 (24) ----- Ij --------- C164J1B-79, C2J2-D Y -------- SHIELD GND 1----69 (24) ---------~-~fL- FIG.4-5 ) -70 (24) ---------GND -- SHIELD

-71 -72 -73

(24) (24) (24)

-------------------------------

----{) -;-[<-i -i?--

FIG= 4-4 SHIELD GND 7J1B-30

-74 (24)-------------i-~~ 7J1B-31 SHIELD GND 65J2A-75(24)-----------~-r~T7JIA-29


(

ROLLCMD (+)

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PILOTS SYMBOL GENERATOR (cent) SG-605/805
Function ROLL Connector Pin I Connects To

CMD (-)
OF TURN (+)

65J2A-76 (24)------------*-4-L- 7J1A-30

RATE

Y--SHIELDGND
-77 (24) -----------t ---15J1-4

RATE OF TURN (-)

-78

(24)------------ t-!d -T --

15J1-5 SHIELD
9J1-39

GND

AIR DATA CMD AIR DATA

(+)

-79

(24)------------

----! ~1

CMD (-)

STEER IN (+) STEER IN (-) MFD LRN SELVALIN(P-ID2) MFD LAT STEER VALIN

*-!-l--80 (24)-----------9J1-33, 7J1B-37 .5V L -- SHIELD GND -81 ------NC -82 ------NC -83 ------NC
-84 ------NC

MFDNAV SEL VALIN(P-IDO)


MFD

-85 ------NC -86 ------NC -87 ------NC -88 ------NC -89 (22) ------------------ ~-1 FIG . 1 -90 (22) -----------------J (SHT1)
-91 -92 ------NC ------NC

V/L DEVVALIN

MFDGS DEVVALIN MFDDME VALIN MFDTK DETENT VALIN MFDAP ENGAGED VALIN
MFDAPS VALIN

MFD LNAV APP DOUT

MFDTTL DIN

65J2A-93------NC

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PILOT SYMBOL S GENERATOR (cent) SG-605/805 Function MFD DME TTN
DIN

Connector in P
65J2A-94 ------NC

Connects To

MFD MID MARKDIN (5V) MFD PW MOVE DIN MFD V/L DEVDC MFD V/L DEV DC
IN (-) IN (+)

-95 ------NC
-96 -97 -98 (24) -----------------------NC ------NC

DCGND

MFD GS DEV DC IN (+) MFD LRN LAT IN MFD DME IN MFD DME IN
(-) (+)

-99 ------NC
-1oo ------NC -101 ------NC -102 ------NC -103 ------NC -104 ------NC -105 ------NC 65J2A-106 ------NC

MFD CRS ERR (+) IN MFD CRS ERR (-) IN MFD HDG ERR (+) IN MFD HDG ERR (-) IN

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PILOTS SYMBOL GENERATOR (cent) SG-605/805

Function
DIN 112 SPL SEL O DIN 113 SPL SEL 1 DIN 114 SPL SEL 2 DIN 115 SPL SEL 3 DIN 116 SPL IN O DIN 117 SPL IN 1 DIN 118 SPL IN 2 DIN 119 SPL IN 3 FD LP.TDC OUT (-) SG PWR ON FD TO/FR DC OUT (+) FD TO/FR DC OUT [-) SHIELD GiWl CROSS SIIIEAC REF (+)

Connectorin P
65J2B-1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7 -8 -9

Connectso T

-----NC -----NC -----NC -----NC -----NC -----NC -----NC -----NC TS WITH 65J2B-10[I (24)-Tc +---n--------- 7,11A-18

CROSS SIDE AC REF (-)

I,6J1-30 ~;; ?;;T~!:73&-----12 (24)---+--J ----------16J1-31 ---13 (24)------------- --~ 26 V AC, I \ FIG. 4-3 (SH 2) Ii 1 -14 (24)---------------+AC PWR GND t -- SHIELD GND
-15 -16 ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC (24)-----------------(24)-----------------(24)-----------------------NC ------NC C2J1-S t2J1-t C2J1-U

#2 PITCHX #2 PITCHY #2 PITCHZ #2 ROLLX #2 ROLLY #2 ROLLZ #2 HDG X

-17 -18 -19 -20 -21 -22 -23 -24 -25

#2 HDG Y #2 HDG Z SYS ASCB B DATA (+) SYS ASCB B DATA (-) SYS ASCB B CLK (+) SYS ASCB B CLK (-)

-26 ------NC 65J2B-27 ------NC

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PILOTS SYMBOL GENERATOR cent) ( SG-605/805 Function #2 HDG SYNC(+) #2 HDG SYNC(-) WX VIDEODATA (P) 14X VIDEODATA (N) WX CONTROL DATA(P) WX CONTROL DATA (N) IASSET (+) IASSET (-) RA #2 (+) RA#2 (-) VNAVDEV (+) VNAVDEV (-) PROLINE NAV (+) NAV (-) Connectorin P Connects o T

65J2B-28 (24)------------------C6J1-1 -29 (24)----------------- C6J1-V -30 (24)------------;?- 59J1-9 ! 1 1- 59J1-h -31 (24)---------------Y -- SHIELD GND -32 (24) -----------T~r- 59J1-Iri ! i --59J~-~ -33 (24) -----------+-

L-

Y -- SHIELCl GND -34 -35 -36 -37 -38 ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC (24)------------ 16J1-28>7J1B-14 -t~ii -!-~- 16JI-27,7J1B-15 -39 (24) -----------40 (24)---------------

Y-SHIELDGND
164Jl13-89

PROLINE

PROLINE DME (+) PROLINEDME(-) SHIELD ARINCO DATA (+) ARINCO DATA (-)

I -41 (24)--------------!-$164J1A-59 -- SHIELDGND ,-42 (24)------------:q~-164J1A-57 -43 (24) ------------JO%-164J1A-44 -- SHIELD GND -44(24) -----------~,-- 429HS DATA 65J2B-45(24)------------ -J--FROMLRN 1 1}~-- SHIELDGND

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PILOTS SYMBOL GENERATOR (cent) SG-605/805
Function Connector

Pin

Connects To

ARINC O SYNC (+) ARINC O SYNC (-) SHIELD GND ARINC O CLK (+) ARINC O CLK (-)

65J2B-46 ------NC -47 L-----NC -48 -49

------NC ------tic
C164J1A-5 C164J1A-15

SHIELD GND
ARINC 1 DATA (+) ARINC 1 DATA (-) SHIELD GND ARINC1 SYNC (+) ARINC1 SYNC (-) SHIELD GND ARINC1 CLOCK (+) CLOCK (-) ARINC1 SHIELD GND ARINC2 DATA (+) ARINC2 DATA (-) SHIELD GND ARINC3 DATA (+) ARINC3 DATA (-) SHIELD GND ARINC4 DATA (+) ARINC4 DATA (-) SHIELD GND ARINC5 DATA (+) ARINC5 DATA (-) SHIELD GND ARINC6 DATA (+) ARINC6 DATA (-) SHIELD GND -50 (24)------------------51 (24)------------------

-52 (24)-----------------C164J1A-26 -53 (24)-----------------C164J1A-45


-54 (24)------------------55 (24)------------------56 ------NC -57 ------NC -58 ------NC -59 ------NC -60 ------NC -61 ------NC -62 ------NC -63 ------NC -64 ------NC 65J2B-65 ------NC C164J1A-19 C164J1A-17

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PILOT SYMBOLGENERATOR S (cent) SG-605/805 Function ARINC7DATA (+) ARINC7DATA (-) ARINC8DATA (+) ARINC8DATA(-) SHIELDGND ARINC9DATA(+) ARINC9DATA(-) SHIELDGND OVERTEMPWARN FD GS DEV DC OUT (-) DOUT DOUT
DOUT DOUT

Connector Pin 65J2B-66 ------NC -67 ------NC

Connects To

-68 (24)------------F 116J1-33 --t -69 (24)----------- --- 116J1-2 -Y ----- 116J1-35 -70 ------NC -71 ------NC -72 (24)-----------------AIRCRAFT ANNUNCIATOR TS WITH65J -99 -73 (20)---------L----- 7J1B-17 $ -74 ------NC
A 1 -75 -76 ------NC (24)-----------------20J1-r

1 MST CMP WRN 2 DH


3 4 RAD/FDTEST

HDG CMP MON DOUT 5 ATT CMP MON DOUT 6 DME/GROUND RANGE / VALOUT3 FD HDG VLDOUT VALOUT 1 SG VALOUT 2 NAV SEL (P-ID1) FD LRN SEL VALOUT(P-ID2) FD LAT STRGVALOUT NAV SEL (P-IDO) FD LAT DEV VALOUT FD VERTDEVVALOUT FD DME VALOUT FD TK DETENTVALOUT FD AP ENGAGED VALOUT FD APS VALOUT FD LNAVAPP DOUT FD TTL DOUT A1 FD DME TTN DOUT }
FD MID MARK (5V) (-) (+)

-77 ------NC -78 ------NC


(24) -----------------FIG.4-17 -80 (24)-----------------7J1A-23 -81 ------NC -82 (24)-----------------FIG.4-18 -83 (24)-----------------FIG.4-18 -84 (24)-----------------7J1A-27 -85 (24)-----------------FIG.4-18 -86 (24)-----------------7J1A-:16 -87 (24)-----------------7J1B-7 -88 (24)-----------------7JlA-34,FIG.4-17 -89 (24) -----------------7J1A-49 -90 (24)-----------------7J1A-46, FIG.4-6 -91 (24) -----------------7J1B-38 -92 (24) -----------------7J1A-48 -93 (24)-----------------7J1A-22 -79 -94 -95 -96 -97 (24) (24) --------------------------------------fi ----7J1A-50, FIG.4-17 7J1B-f30 7J1B-49,1OJ1A-33

FD PW MOVE FDV/L DEVOUT


FDV/L DEVOUT

(24)-----------(24)----------

# ----- 7J1A-21 65J2B-98 (24)----------~

7JlA-~o

A1 CAUTION! 100ma MAX LOAD.

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PILOTS SYMBOL GENERATOR (cent) SG-605/805

Function

Connector Pin

Connects To

FD G/S DEV OUT FD LRN LAT DC OUT


FD DME

TS-WITH 65J2B-73 65J2B-99 (24)----I-+---*------- iJIB-16 TS WITH,65J2B-9 -100 (24)---+:+---W -------- 7J1A-17 t

DC OUT (-)

-101 (24)-----------

--:&

7J1A-33,16J1-35 -- 7J1A-32,16JI-34 -- SHIELD GND

*II

FD DME DC OUT (+)

-102 (24)-------------?

FD CRS FD CRS SHIELD FD HDG FD HDG SHIELD

ERROR (+) OUT ERROR (-) OUT ERROR (+) OUT ERROR (-) OUT

-103 (24)----------- ----- 7J1A-41 -104 (24)----------- !--kq-- ?JIA-37 . . L-- SHIELD GND
-105 65J2B-106 (24)----------(24)-------------4-

I ---4

7J1A-36 --7J1A-37 ~;HIELD GND

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PILOTS EFISREMOTECONTROLLER DC-811


Function
connector

Pin

Connects ,,

TO

SIGNALGND LIGHTING 28V (H) LIGHTING (H) 5V LIGHTING COM +28 V DC POWER FIG 4-1 DC POWERGND sc/cPPB ~;~P~~D TIME PB
;OURSE SYNCPB

115J1-1 (22)-------------------SIGNALGND -2 ------NC -------------------PILOT5 V -3 (22) LIGHTING, FIG4-2 -------------------LIGHTING COM -4 (22) -5 (22)-------------------;:;::28VDC , -6 (22)-------------------c wilGND -7 ------NC -8 ------NC -9 ------NC -10 (24)-------------------23J1-[~ -11 ------NC -12 (24)-------------------- 23J1-li
-13 ------NC -14 ------NC -15 ------NC

UC REV SW iEADING SYNCpB ;PARE PB /ESERVED -!DGEV PB R !TTREV PB


RESERVED NAV REV

PB FLIPPB RESERVED SPARE SPARE WX PB


TEST cs REV SPARE SPARE RESERVED SW

HDG Sill
HDG ATT SW2

SWl ATT SW2 SPARE DC/SGBUS (H) DC/SGBUS (L) SHIELDGND- DC/MGBUS (H) DC/MGBUS (L) SHIELDGND

-i6 ------NC -17 ------NC -18 ------NC -19 ------NC -20 ------NC -21 ------NC -22 ------NC -23 ------NC -24 ------NC -25 ------NC -26 ------NC -27 ------NC -28 ------NC FIG.4-12 -29 (24)--------------------30 ------NC -31 ------NC -32 ------NC -33 ---------$1# -34 (24)--Y(-1 ----- ---65J1A-67 65J1A-68 -35 (24)--N --------------36 -----NC 115J1-37 -----NC

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PILOTS EFISREMOTE CONTROLLERcent) ( DC-811 Function ADI DIM (H) ADI DIM (L) HSI DIM (H) HSI DIM (L) AP PITCHWHEELINPUT+ AP PITCHWHEELINPUTAP PITCHWHEELOUTPUT + AP PITCHWHEELOUTPUTVDC AP ENGAGE INPUT VS HOLDMODEGND IAS HOLII MODE GND MACHHOLDMODEGND WX DIM (H) WX DIM (W) WX DIM (L) DH SET (H) DH SET (W)
+28

Connectorin P

Connects To

t--r?----115Jlj;~ ~~]---------~ 3J1-30 ------. ------ 3J1-31 -40 (24)-------G~~~~---- 2J1-30 -------~d1---l--~u-2J1-3~ -41 (24) -42 (24) ------------T-l_-~ {- -43 (24) ------------- -~ FIG.4-6 Y -- SHIELD GND -44 (24)-----fi---------->FIG. 4-6 ------------45 (24)----- I Y SHIELDGND---46 (24)-------------------FIG.4-6 -47 (24)-------------------FIG.4-6 -48 (24)-------------------FIG.4-6 -49 ------NC -50 (24)-------------------2J1-33 -51 (24)------------------2J1-34 -52 (24)-------------------2J1-35 -53 (24)-------------------65J2A-42 -54 (24)-------------------65J2A-43 -55 (24)-------------------65J2A-44 -56 (24)-------------------- GND SIGNAL -57 (24) ------------------FIG4-6,9J1-37 -58 (24)-------------------FIG4-6, 9J1-38 -59 -----NC -60 -----NC -61-----NC -62-----NC -63 -----NC -64 -----NC -65 -----NC -66 -----NC -67 -----NC -68 (24)-------------------115J1-71 -69 (24)-------------------115J1-72 -70 -----NC -71 (24) ------------------115J1-68 -72 (24)-------------------115J1-69 115J1-73 ----NC -

DH SET (L) FD MODECOMMON ADC SLEWENGAGE ADC SLEW + ADI ON GND SPARE SPARE SPARE HSION GND SPARE SPARE SPARE WX ON GND POSITION 3 POSITION 4 POSITION 5 ADF (L) LRNA (L) CIRCLE PTR LRN B (L)

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PILOTS EFIS REMOTE CONTROLLER (cent) DC-811 Function POSITION 3 POSITION 4 POSITION 5 ADF (R) LRN A -(R) LRN B (R) ~ Connector Pin 115J1-74 -75 -76 -77 -78 115J1-79 (24)-------------------(24)------------------------NC (24)-------------------(24)------------------------NC Connects To 115J1-77 115J1-78 115J1-74 115J1-75

DIAMOND PTR

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FOR


PILOTS MLS
UNIT

REMOTE MLZ-850

RADIOS

Function EL DEVIATION LO 429 LO

Connector in P 116J1-1 -------NC

Connects To

-2 (24) ---------t~r ------ 65J2B-69 [I 33------- 1------35-------v -3 -------NC -4 (22) ------------------- GND DC
-5 (22)-------------------pILOT!j 2SVDC

AZ DEVIATION TN R +28 VDC RET +28 VDC


MLS INPUT

BACKAZ SELECTED OFF ANALOGVIDEO MORSEAUDIOHI AZ DEVIATION O L EL DEVIATION I H EL LOW LEVELFLAG SPARE EL HIGHLEVELFLAG BACKAZ AVAILABLE FRONTPREAMPPRESENT EL CHANNEL CHANGE DPSKDATA SPARE AZ DEVIATIONI H MORSEAUDIOLO
EL AZ AZ AZ DEVIATION LOW LEVEL HIGH LEVEL CHANNEL RETURN FLAG FLAG

FIG.4-1 -6 -------NC -7 -------NC -8 -------NC -9 -------NC -lo ------NC -11------NC -12------NC -13 ------NC -14 ------NC -15 ------NC -16 (24)------------------lMJI-36 (IFFRONTPRE) -17------NC -18------NC -19------NC -20 ------NC -21-- ---NC -22------NC ------NC -24 ------NC 116J1-25------NC -23

CHANGE

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FOR REMOTERADIOS PILOTS MLS UNITMLZ-850(cent) Function IDO REARPREAMPPRESENT SPARE BOARDTEST SYNC4 SPARE SYNC3 429 HIGH Connector in P
To Conn6cts

SPARE SHIELD GROUND STRAPGROUND RCB SHIELDGND MSA 1 MLS RCB RX (-)

116J1-26------NC 116J1-36 (IF -27 (24) -----------------REARPRESET) -28------NC -29------NC -30------NC -31 ------NC -32------NC ------ 65J2$-68 -33 (24)---------~IIt 2-------_~-l-*--:--Y -34------NC 1-35 (24)--------- -36 (24)------------------116J1-16, 116J1-27 -37 (24)------------------GND SEE -38 (24)----fi------------ NOTE1 39-------- ---------- 164J1,4-34 i 67-J-i--------- - 164J1A-21 37--f
-40 -------i-, ------ ----- 42-<~ ------------

MLS RCB TX (-) TESTBUTTONINPUT


MLS RCBTX (+)

41

164J1A-38 164J1A-25

------NC -41 -42-----------------C ----J-1 40--------- ----! % 37----------43------NC 116J1-44 (24)------------? 60----------$ ---! ----

164J1A-25 164J1A-38

MSA MORSE

7 IDENT (H)

164J1B-32 164J1[I-13

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FOR
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MLS UNITMLZ-850 (cent) Connector Pin Connects To

Function SPARE SYNC2 (EL) SPARE SPARE MSA 3


MSA 2

116J1-45------NC -46-----NC -47 ------NC -48------NC -49 (24)-------------------50 (24)------------------NOTE 1

MSA PARITY SPARE SPARE SPARE SYNC1 AGC VOLTAGE CHANGEINHIBIT NOT MSA 4 MSA 6 CHASSIS GND
MSA SPARE SPARE MSA O 5

-51 (24)------------------t ------NC -52 -53------NC -----NC -54-55------NC -56------Nc -57------NC -58 (24)------------------- NOTE 1 SEE -59 (24)-----------------SEE NOTE 1 -60 (24)-------O---------164J1B-13 )44----4-! --------164J1B-32
-61 (24)-------J ----------SEE NOTE 1 -62------NC -63 ------NC -64 (24) -------------------

SEE NOTE
-----! -----Y 164J1A-21 164J1A-34

ID1 TESTOUTPUT
MLS RCB RX (+)

------NC -65 -66------NC


116J1-67---------------~[ 39--------37--------

FORE FORE AFT AFT

ANTENNA ANTENNA ANT

116J2-1----2142U4/U SHAD --------------------------116J3-1----2142U4/U

-----------------------

FORE FORE AFT

ANT ANT ANT

ANT

SHAD --------------------------- ANT - AFT

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NOTE1:
Maximum Selectable Angle

Pin #

OpenCircuit o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Jumpered 116J1-36 to 1 = 12.8(Deg) 1 = 6.4 1 = 3.2 1 = 1.6 1 = 0.8 1 = 0.4$ 1 = 0.2 1 =0.1

MSA7 MSA6 MSA5 MSA4 MSA3 MSA2 MSA1 MSAO Parity

45 59 61 58 49 50 38 64 51

The ParityPin (51)should be to giveodd parity.

jumpered

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to Pin 116J1-62

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Function Connector Pin Connects To

ENCALT CIN +28 VDC FAN SPARE +28 VDC COM +28 VDC COM +28 VDC COM +28 VDCTDR RET +28 VDC TDR +28 VDCTDR RSB PRIMARY (+)
RSB PRIMARY (-)

143J11: ~;:] ------------------9J1-18, C143J1-1 -------------------FANRED -3 -------NC -4 (22)--------------------5 (22) -------------------PILOT 28 VDC FIG.4-1 -6 (22) --------------------7 (22) -------------------GND } DC -8 (22) ------------------PILOT28 VDC -9 (22)-------------------FIG.4-1

-lo ------------ ------- FIG.4-9 ------ }] -------11 ------Y BOBBIN----12-------NC -13 (24)------------------9J1-27, C143J1-13 -14-------NC -15-------NC -16 (24)------------------STRAPP3 RED -17 (20) ------------------ GND DC -18 (20) ------------------ GND DC -19 (20) ------------------ GND DC -20 (20)------------------DCGND -21 (24)------------------160J1-F, C160J1-B, C160J1-F, -22-------NC 160J1-B -23 -------NC -24-------NC -25 (24);---------- ---- 165J1-J ; ---- --y$-- .-- 165J1-H -BOBBIN------143J1-26 (24) ------------------9J1-19, C143J1-26

SELCAL/ACARS RET ENCALT D4N ACH POWER+28 VDC RCBSPARE1 RX +5 VDC +28 VDC COM RET +28 VDC COM RET +28 VDC COM RET +28 VDCTDR RET VHF1PTT SELCAL/ACARS SPARE SIMULCOM RET COMMACH DATA (-)
ENC ALT C2N

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FOR
PILOTS REMOTE RADIOS

COM UNITRCZ-850 (cent)


Connector Pin Connects To

Function ENCALT D2N


RCB EMER SPARE PHONE 1 RX LO +

143J1-27 -------NC -28 -------NC -29 (24)-------------;---30-------NC

160J1-m,

REC PH AUO HI EMERPHONEHI SPARE


COMM ACH OATA +

C160J1-m I---31 (24)------------!~- 160J1-G, -32 C160J1-G -------NC BOBBIN---- Y

AUX AUD SIMULCOM

LO

SPARE3 HF COM XMIT AUX AUD 2 HI tlF COM SQUELCH GNO (AUDIO SHIELDS) COMMACH +28 VDC RET BUS SHIELD(GND) AUDIO +5 VDC RET (GND)
GND GND

------ii--:T?i -33 (24) ---- 165J1-H 1---- 165J1-J Y BOBBIN~----34-------NC -35-------NC -36 -------NC -37 (24)------------------- 4-19 FIG. -38-------NC -39 -------NC -40 (24)------------------BOBBIN -41-------NC -42------------------------ BUS SHLD AUDIO -43 (24)------------------STRAPP4 BLK -44 (22)------------------BOBBIN -45 (22)-----BOBBIN -46 (22]-----BOBBIN -47-------NC -48-------NC -49 -50----------------1~r HF1 ---66-------------- 1 ---Y] BOBBIN---. -51-------NC -52-------NC -53-------NC -54 (24)------------------FANBLU
-55-------NC

GND SPARE SPARE2


AUX AUD 2 1 LO LO (INPUT) AUXAUD

AUX AUX

AUD

LO

AUD 3 HI RCB SPARE2 RX +28 VDC FAN RET TD + TDR-DLP DIGAUDIOBUS


1 (+)

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN ORREMOTE F RADIOS PILOTS COMUNITRCZ-850 (cent)
Function Connector Pin Connects To

SIDETONE PHONEAUDIOHI GND SPARE GND RSBSECONDARY (-)

143J1-57 -------NC -58 (24)------------------BOBBIN -59-------NC -60 (24)------------------BOBBIN -61 ----;~----------t-tFIG.4-9 ---- ---v} - ---J BOBBIN-----+ -62 -------NC -63 -------NC -64 -------NC -65 -------NC -66 (24)---------+:f ------ HF1 50 (24)---+-----? 1-------BOBBIN -67 (24)-----------68 -------NC
-69 (24)------------------, 9J1-213, C143J1-69

AUXAUD 4 HI SPARE SPARE SPARE AUX AUD.1HI GND RCBSPARE2 RX + ENCALT COMMON
DIG AUDIO

BUS 1 (-)

-70 ---------------l~T-lFIG.4-10 --!) 56 --------v----42----------J -71 -------NC

ATCOFF/ON
GND (SQUAT SklITCH RET)

-72

-------NC

SPARE

-73 -------NC t --->FIG.4-9 i -74 ----;---------~~F-f ------- - ----Y BOBBIN -----75 -------NC -76 -------NC 143J1-77 -------NC

RSBSECONDARY (+)

SPARE SPARE SPARE

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN ORREMOTE F RADIOS PILOTS CON UNITRCZ-850 (cent)
Function SPARE SPARE
MUT

Connector Pin 143J1-78------NC -79------NC

Connects To

SUP RET

-80 (24);; -i;;j--------A


4-/

----

164J1A-42 C164J1A-42 C143J1-94

RCB SPARE1 TX +
RCB SQUAT SPARE 2 TX + SW IN ENCALT C4N

------NC -81
-82 ------NC

ENCALT B2N
ENC ALT

BIN

TDR-DLPTDCLOCK

SIDEAO TD(+) ~~~I~lENABLE


DLP-TDR

-83 (24)------------------FIG.4-7 -84 (24)------------------9J1-24 C143J1-84 -85 (24)------------------9J1-16, C143J1-85 -86 (24)------------------9J1-23, C143J1-86 -87 ------NC -88 (24)-----;------------- STRAPP6 BLU -89 (24) ------------------ P1 GRN STRAP -90 ------NC -91 (24)-----------------J-143J1-105 -92--------------------160J1-R Ii C160J1-R II i + 106 ---------!-1 :::::i~; u ---

ON/OFF VHF COM REMOTE MUT SUP IN

-93 -------NC -94 (24) ----t--)----------C164J1A-42 164J1A-42 C143J1-94 180----95-------NC


-96-------NC

RCB SPARE1 TX RCB SPARE 2 TX -

ENCALTA4N

143J1-97 (24)------------------9J1-22, C143J1-97

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INSTALLATION BULLETINOR F
PILOTS COM UNIT RCZ-850 REMOTE (cent) RADIOS

Function

Connector

Pin

Connects

To

ENC

ALTAIN

ENCALT A2N ENCALT B4N SERIAL DATA PARLOADNOT SIDEAl DLP-TDR (-) TD RETURN MIC LO

143J1-98 (24)------------------9J1-2C, C143J1-98 -99 (24)------------------9J1-21, C143J1-99 -100(24)-----------------9J1-17, C143J1-1OO -101(24)-----------------STRAPP7WHT -102(24)-----------------STRAPP20RN -103(24)-----------------STRAPP8YEL -104-------NC -105(4)-----------------2 143J1-91 -106(24)--------------II 11 ,! lJ 92 -------v---160J1-E, 160J1-H C160JI-E, C160JI-H

TRANSPONDER ANTENNA TRANSPONDER ANTENNA

143J2-1 -------RB-214/U-:--------- ANT XPONDER J -------XPONDE.R SHAD ------------------ANT (SEENOTE) RG-58/U~- --------COMANT 143J3-l ------r---------COMANT SHAD -----------------(SEE NOTE)

CC)M NTENNA A

~:

MAX

COAX

LENGTH

30

FT.

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FOR
PILOTS RMU REMOTE llADIOS

RM-850

Function +28

Connector

Pin

Connects

To

VDC LIGHTING

144JI-A-------NC -------NC
:: -D (20)-------------------(20)-------------------(24) (24) -----fl -----U -----------I -----------PILOTS FIG. 4-1 28V

+28 VDC LIGHTING RET +28 VDC


+28 VOC RETURN (+) (-) (RS (RS 422) 422)

DCGND
121 J1A-40 121 J1A-41

FMCSBUS
FMCS BUS

-E -F

5 VDC LIGHT 5 VDC LIGHTRET

-G (22)-------------------FIG.4-2 -H (22)-------------------LIGHTGND
-J -------NC -K-------NC

5
5

VAC VAC

LIGHT LIGHT RET

CHASSIS

GND

-L (24)-------------------CHASSISGND ---..- - -- ----.---- . ---N -Y t------ 1


-M ------------pi ---------

RSB SECONflARY (+) RSB SECONDARY (-) W.o.w. M.O.M.POLARITY


ATC IDEIJT

FIG.4-9

-P (24) ------------------- WOW SWITCH A/C -R (24) -------------------- = GNO WOW


-S (24)-------------------C144J1-S GND SWITCH

MBU

INHIBIT

-T-------NC -U (24)-------------------CHASSISGND
(+) :: ----------------------n-------.-

CHASSIS GND
RSB PRIMARY

RSB PRIMARY (-) SPAREDIG IN


ON/OFF SPARE PAGE DELETE

----- --}

FIG.4-9

b t------

-------NC
~? (24)-------------------144J1-D

DIG IN SPARE

-Z-------NC 144J1-a-------NC

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FORP. EMOTERADIOS PILOTS RMURM-85C(cent)
Function SIDE SELECT BO SIDE SELECT B1 SIDE SELECT EV PARITY Connector Pin 144J11~ ~j$-------------------------------------Connects To 144J1-U 144JI-U

TESTENABLE COMMFREQXFER COMMMEM SELECT O MKRSENSELEFTSIDE MKRSENSERIGHTSIDE COMMPOWEROFF ATC POWEROFF VORPOWEROFF DMEPOWEROFF ADF POWEROFF MLS POWEROFF SPAREDIG OUT SPAREDIG OUT ,RSB SHLDGND

-d (24)-------------------144J1-U ~;: -e-------l: -f-------ii: -9-------E: -h-------tin -i-------tic -j-------N~ -k-------N: ~~ -m-------n------z ,- ---.---;; P -q-------N: NC -r------NC -s------RSBSHLD 144J1-t ------------------------FIG.4-9

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FORREMOTE RADIOS PILOTS ADF ANTENNA AT-860
Function
AOF

Connector Pin

Connects To

MOD SHLD

158J1-A-------NC -----------~-t--164JA-1 ------- -- --- 164J1A-77 --c--------t t -D-------NC

ADF COS MOD ADF ANT TEST ADF OUTERSHLD ADF INNERSHLD ADF RF INPUT ADF +15 VDC ADF SIN MOD ADF +15 VDC GND ADF LOOPEN

-E----Ad -F---{:, < ?RCR505Z-Z---- 164J2-1 I----G--------------------- 164J1B-1 --{ i ---H--------------------- 164J1A-104

-J------------------------164J1B-27 158J1-K ------------------------164J1A-101

NOTE ADF ANTENNA : TRIAXIAL CABLESHALLBE TROMPETER N TRC-50-2 P OR EQUIVALENTRIAXIAL T CABLE. ALL WIRESSHALLBE STANDARD AWG PERMIL-W-B1044 #22 OR MIL-W-22759/16 EXCEPT NOTED. AS

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Function Connector Pin connects TO

HANDMIC PTT EMERGENCY OM PTT C

----- -------- PILOTS MIC 160J1-A (24) ---- ---------------------160J1-F -B (24)


C160J1-B

IHF2 PTT VHF 2MIC HI

C160J1-F 143J.I-21 -------------------C143,11-21 -C (24) C160J1-C -D (24)---------F;----- j;~;j~-:2 1w --.---l~------- B


0

VHF

MIC LO

I -----E (24)---------~-l-- II 1{ ! ----R-------!~--

143JI 106, 160J1-H c160J1-E, C160J1-H

VHF 1 PTT

EMERCOM PHONEHI

-------------------143J1-21, -F (24) 160J1-B C160J1-F, C160J1-B n -G (24)-----------q-r- ~~~~~~3~ --II SHIELD GND ! m _------~-~---~~~ p-H (24)------- ---------l&)J1-E II C160J1-H 143J1-106 II C160J1-E [ P-----;- ----- ---

EMERCOMMIC LO

HANDMIC LO HANDMIC HI

-J (24)---------------- ~:~~~sJ~~~EB;~D 61---160J1-K (24)--------------

1
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RADIOS

INSTALLATION

BULLETIN

FOR

REMOTE

PILOTS AUDIO PANEL AV-850 (cent) Connects TO LtiCKPT/ CAB SPKR LO

Function iBIN/COCKPIT SPKR LO

Connector

Pin
--------------------

160J1-L (24)

?8 VDC

RTN

-M

-------------------DCGND (20)

4LDGND 4ER MIC HI COM

B ------------- --0 -N (24) .--------- 160J1-R -P (24)-------~[ C160J1-P C160J1-R ([ 143J1-92 II 1 ---------H-----? C160J1-R, II C160J1-P [1 -----E-----t~---

HF

1 MIC HI

{F2 MIC LO {F 2 MIC HI


+28 VDC t28 VDC

. H -s (24).-----7---------- C160J1-S, F2 f ~::-G---c160J1-T, F2 H -T (24) ------J.; -------------------PILOTS -u (20) -v (20)


-------------------1 FIG. 28 4-1 VDC

VHF 2 MIC LO

----0 A -B----- c143J1-106 -w (24)-----.-~j-II D-----: -- -------

C160J1-W

HF 2 PTT

COCKPIT SPKR

HI

-------------------c160J1-x F* -x (24) LH CKPT SPKR 160JI-Y (24)-;-------- --- --------

---------Q )

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FOR REMOTE RADIOS

PILOTS AUDIO PANEL AV-850 (cent) Connects TO .


0

Function

Connector Pin

F 1 MIC LO F 1 MIC HI F 1 PTT IGAUDIOBUS 2 (+)

---h 160J1-2 (24)------l-r--------

-a (24) -------~ -------- c160]1-a F1 -------------------C160J1-b, F1 H -b (24)


~------c -----; ::---l ] _ -------- ---- --- --

C160J1-Z, F1 H

!]

FIG. 4-10

IIG AUDIOBUS 1 (+)


;ABIN

---@ 1------ ----d -----;-----1 ~ ----- ----- ---i] J -e (24)-L--:----- - ----------- ------ --f (24)_-=~--_-~~---- ----9} t ,1 m ----- 1--- ---- --~--------

FIG. 4-10

SPKRHI

~~R C160J1-f c164J1B-36 SHIELD GND _..

Y4ER NAV PHONEHI

)lMMING RTN ,qASK/BOOM PTT MASK/BOOM HI I INTERPHONEO L PHONELO

-g (24) -------------------flS~~,~~Gp~N -h (24) -------------------To~EADSET -----i (24)-i1--------- ------- 91------- JACK --j (24)------1---------- i ---- C160J1-S -k------~-----, ------ TO LF (--kj PHONEJACK --To ----------m (24) -------------------~~~~~~z~

~---:@@J--JC160:1,-j

t---

EMERNAV/COM PHONELO

C164J1B-51 @ ----_---------- ----- FIG.4-10 6 160J1-n J --t] c---.-J---_------

DIG AUDIO BUS

(-)

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN OR REMOTE RADIOS F PILOTS AUDIOPANELAV-850(cent) Function DIG AUDIO
BUS 1 (-) Connector Pin 160J1-p -----i----p --------- -1} ----- ---------$ Connects To

FIG.4-10

---Q

+5 VAC/DC DIMMINGS +28 VDC DIMMINGS


INTERPHONE

-q (22)--------------------FIG.4-2 -r------1

HI

------,c+.-i-------C160J1-: -S (24) --------TO LH 160J1-t-----------f~-wk ----j--[t

t j----+ ~~--;-------C160J1-J
PHONE JACK

PHONE

HI

1
---

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FOR REMOTE
PILOTS Furtction WARNING WARNING 5 AUDIO 1 LO AUDIO Connector 160J2-A PANEL Pin -------NC AV-850 RADIOS

(cent) Connects To

SPAREGND SHLDGND
RESERVED

-B-------NC -------NC
$-------NC

SPARE WARNING AUDIO2 LO CABINDISABLE WARNING AUDIO3 LO RESERVED MARKERSENS STEROMUTE


SPARE SERVICE RESERVED PHONE LO

-E-------NC -------NC :: -------NC -H -------NC -J -------NC -K-------NC -L-------NC


-M-------NC -N -------NC -P (24); ---------F~-----------t} ----TO SEI?VICE JACK

-- ti--

PHONE

RESERVED RESERVED RESERVED VOICERECORDER I H


WARNING 1 AUDIO

WARNING AUDIO 2 RESERVED WARNING AUDIO4 LO . WARNING AUDIO5 LO MASK INTERCOM NABLE E MKR DISABLE SPARE SERVICEMIC LO SERVICE PHONEHI RESERVED RESERVED RESERVED RESERVED SERVICE MIC PTT
WARNING RESERVED 3 AUDIO

-R-------NC -S-------NC -T -------NC -U-------NC -V (24)----------f~ ------ TO VOICE } ------ 1 ------ RECORCIER ------W-----!-NC -X-------NC -Y -------NC -Z-------NC .
-a-------

-b (24)-------------------TO PILOTS

HEADSET OXYGEN MASKSWITCH -C (24)-------------------C160J2-C -d -------NC t ----- TO SERVICE -e (24) ---------i~t------ ~h - ----- MIC --1 -f (24);--------T=----- TO SERVICE ------- b- - ----- PHONEJACK --J- 1 } -------NC -9 -h -------NC -i-------NC -------NC -j
-k (24)-------------------- SERVICE PTT -1-------NOT USED IN CONNECTOR
-------NC 160J2~;-------NC

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN

FOR REMOTERADIOS

PILOTS AUDIOPANELAV-850(cent)
Function INTERPHONE PTT
SERVICE

Connector Pin 160J2-p -------------------------q

Connects To INTERPHONE pTT

MIC HI

(24)--f~ -------------TO SERVICE e--~ i ------------- 1 MIC

VOICE

RECORDER LO

T r (24) --+T ------------- O VOICE v--1--------------- ECORDER t 1 R -s------NC 160J2-t-------NC

RESERVED WARNING AUDIO 4

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FOR REMOTE RADIOS PILOTS DME INDICATOR DI-850

Function RESERVED

Connector

Pin

Connects

To

163J1-1-------NC

RSB PRIMARY (-)

-2

----~~---------ir?-~> -------- - ----Y 10 ------------------------n~~14 10 ---------------Y --- t? --

FIG. 4-9

RIB

SEGONDARY

(+)

-3

FIG.

4-9

RESERVED RESERVED +28

-------NC ~;-------NC

VDC P14R

-6 (22)--------------------

:~oT&28vDc .;l: D;M~~NGs .-

5 V AC/DC LIGHTING INPUT SPARE SPARE CHASSIS GND SPARE IICGROUND

-7 (24)--------------------8-------NC -9-------NC -lo (22)-------------------11------NC -12

RSB s~LD

(22)------------------Dc GfJ!)
LIGHT~NG GND FIG. 4-9

LIGHTINGOMMON C
RSB sECoNDARy (-)

-13 (24)--------------------- ---14 ----;----------f; 1} -------- -----r , 10 ---------

RSB PRIMARY (+)

---15 ----.-- -------- s\> -------- - l__ 2 Y 10 ---------16------KC -17------NC 163J1-18------NC

FIG. ~L9

SPARES

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FOR REMOTE RADIOS PILOTS DME INDICATOR DI-850 (cent)

Function SPARE 28

Connector

Pin

Connects

To

163J1-19------NC

VDC LIGHTING INPUT POWER ON/OFF INPUT

SPARES 28 VDC RTN

-20------NC -21------NC -22 ------NC -23------NC -24------NC 163J1-25 (22)-------------------

DC GND

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN REMOTE FOR RADIOS PILOTS NAV UNITRNZ-850
Function Connector Pin Connects To

CLU SPARE DME HOLD NOT


DME DME DME DME ADF HOLD SPARE 6 W 568 SPARE SHLD + DATA

164J1A-1 -------NC
-2------NC -3 -------NC -4 -------NC -5 -------NC -6--7 -----NC (24)-------------------ADF Stll-1)

CLU SPARE CLU SPARE ADF 26 VAC 400 HZ RTN ADF 26 VAC 400 HZ RTN ADF SYNCHRO OUT Y CLU SPARE V/ION/OFF DME 6 - 568 - DATA DME RS 422 SD - (2) DME 6 W 568 - CLK DME ACT 1 AUD OUT DME 6 W 568 + CLK CLUMLS RCB SHLD CLUMLS RCB TX1

-8 -------NC -9------NC -10------NC -11-----NC -12 ------NC -13 ------NC -14 ------NC -15------NC

.9

----16 (24)--------~T --A54------ ------- TO LRN #1 Y A28----- } -17 ------NC -18------NC -19 ------NC -20--------------164J1A-21--------------AJ ------ 116J1-67 A34------40L ------ l16J1-39~ SEE NOTE5 FORSHLD INFO

1 IS THE 1 IF THE ML-850MLS RECEIVER NOT INSTALLED, MLS RCB RX AND TX PORTS MUSTBE JUMPERED TOGETHER THE NAVUNITMATING AT CONNECTOR S SHOWNBELOW: A JUMPER1: 164JIA-25O 164J1A-21 T JUMPER2: 164JIA-38O 164J1A-34 T

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN REMOTERADIOS FOR
(cent) PILOTS NAV UNITRNZ-850

Function
ADF

Connectorin P 164J1A-22-------NC -23-------NC

Connects To

SYNCHRO OUT X

AOF 26 VAC 400 HZ


CLU

CLU CHANGEINHIBIT MLS RCB RX1

-24-------NC -25----------------? -- 116J1-42 ~ ~h -t -A A38--------P---- 116J1-40 Y A20--------SEE NOTE8 FOR SHLD INFO -26 ------NC -27-------NC -28-----------------------DMESHLD SEENOTE2 FORSHLD INFO -29-------NC -30-------NC -31 -------NC -32-------NC

DME 6 W 568+ SYNC CLU SPARE DME GND DME SPARE


OME SPARE

CLU SPARE DME SPARE ADF SYNCHRO Z


OUT

(GND)

164J1A-33 24)------+~------ 65J2A-58, ( --65J2A-56, II RMI IL -------A47------, A61---J--L --------Y A7-----

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FOR REMOTE RADIOS PILOTS NAV UNIT RNZ-850 (cent)

Function

Connector Pin

Connects To ,

CLU MLS RCB TX2

CLU SPARE
CLU SPARE

CLU SPARE CLU MLS RCB RX2

m 164J1A-34 ------- ------- --q- -- -- ;;;::.<3; ~ t A21---------------A2&-------- Y SEE NOTE 5 FOR SHLD INFO -35-------NC -36-------NC -37 -------NC -38--------------?---jt A25------=---+ ---A20------- Y 116J1-40 ~ 116J1-.42

SEE NOTE 5 FOR SHLD INFO ADF AUDIO OUT SHLD DME ON/OFF CLU AUX 1 AUD HI DME MUT SUP -39-------NC -40-------NC -41 -------NC -42 (24)--------<-+------C164J?A-42 C143J;.-9,4 143J1-94

A28------ I SEE NOTE 2 FOR SHLD INFO DME SPARE DME RS 422 SD - (1) -43-------NC -44 (24) ----------~r + -----

65 J2B-43
65J2B-42

A57--------P ------A28------- 1 -45 -------NC -46 -------NC -47 (24)

It I [1

DME 6 W 568 - SYNC DME FLAG ADF DC COS OUT

CLU. SPARE CLU SPARE

+ A33 -----+-l- Y -48------- NC A7------164J1A-49-------NC

----ii~i:::+-

65J2A-57,RMI

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN REMOTERADIOS FOR


NAV PILOTS UNIT RNZ-850 (cent)

Function

Connector Pin

Connects To

ADF AUDIOHI OUT


CLU ADF CLU SPARE AUDIO SPARE

LO OUT

164J1A-50-------NC -51 -------NC -52-------NC -53 -------NC -54 (24)----------------t +1-------- LRN #1 A16----TO A28-----1 -55------NC -56------NC -57 (24) -------?~-------- 65 J2B-42 A44----l- i ---------65J2B-43 f A28----~ -58 ------NC lB -59 (24)-----~--------- 65J2B-41 i ~~----------65J2B-40 B89------B50--------Y -60 ------NC
It

DME RS 422 SD + (2)

CLUAUX 1 AUD RTN


DME SPARE

DME RS422 SD+

(1)

CLU ACH

DATA

(-)

V/I RS422

SERD

V/I MKIR LAMPM ADF DC SIN/fiOUT

CLU SPARE CLU SPARE CLU SPARE CLU SPARE ADF HF KEY

-61 (24) -------1~1------- 65J2A-55, RMI A47-----1-----------A33------- i -------Y -62----~~NC -63------NC -64------NC -65------NC 164J1A-66 24)------------------( FIG,4-19

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN

FOR REMOTERADIOS

PILOTS NAV UNITRNZ-850(cent)


Function
CLU

Connector Pin
HI

Conn~cts To -

RTN CLU ACH NAV CLOCK+ CLU ACH DATA+ DME 40 MV/MI CLU ACH NAV CLOCKV/I MARKERLAMPI V/I GS SUPERFLAG CLU SPARE CLU SPARE ADF ANT TEST CLU SPARE ADF MOD SHLD V/I GND PS IN CLU ACH GND CLU SPARE DME 28 VDC RET [/1RS 422 SER D 2B

AUX 2 AUO CLU AUX 2 AUD

164J1A-67 -68 -69 -70 -71 -72 -73

------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC

-74 ------NC -75 ------NC -76 ------NC -77 ----------------------158J1-C

SEE NOTE3 FOR SHLD INFO -78 ------NC -79 ------NC -80 ------NC -81 ------NC -82 ------NC ---- ----83 (22)----- ---A95--J------------ c ND } -84 (24)-------I?------B102--- ------- TO LRN #l Y B50----- } -85 (22)------------------PILOTS -86 (22)------------------28VDC BUS -87 (20) ------------------} FIG.4-1 6 ------ FIG.4-9 -88 ---------------r A102-----j-----f } B85-------89-------NC 164J1A-90-------NC

V/I +28 VDC DME +28 VDC ADF +28VDC RSB SECONDARY (+)

CLU SPARE CLU SPARE

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FOR
PILOTS REMOTE RADIOS

NAV UNIT RNZ-850 (cent)

Function ADF COS MOD

Connector Pin 164J1A-91--------------=-----A104---------------- t --A105----------Y SEE NOTE 3 FOR SHLD INFO -92-------NC -93-------NC -94 (22)-------------------95 (22)-------------------96 (24)---------A B13 (24)1-T- -----I B32 (24)JOA--------97-------NC

Connects To 158J1-B 158J1-H

CLU SPARE CLU SPARE ADF 28 VDC RET DME 28 VDC RET CLU SHLD GND

DC GND DC GND

116J1-35 116J1-44

DME ACT 2 AUD OUT V/I +28 VDC DME +28 VDC ADF +28 VDC ADF LOOP EN

-98 (22)------------------- PILOTS -99 (22)------------------- 28 VDC BUS -100 (20)------------------ } FIG. 4-1 -lOJ----------------------Y 158J1-K SEE NOTE 3 FOR SHLD INFO

RSB SECONDARY (-)

m -102 ---------------- ----A88 ----+&-----f3/35 _--y----_--

FIG. 4-9

CLU GND ADF SIN MOD ADF MOD SHLD CLU SPARE

-~03 (22)-.-------.--------7- DC GND -104-----------------+->- - 158J1-ii ! A91------------------158J1-B -105------------------ Y SEE NOTE 3 FOR SHLD INFO 164J1A-106-------NC

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FOR REMOTE RADIOS PILOTS NAV
UNIT RNZ-850 (cent)

Function ADF +15 VDC CLU CLU CLU CLU


CLU FAN HI

Connector Pin 164J1B-1-------------------------SEE NOTE 3 FOR SHLD INFO


-2 (24)--------------------

Connects To 158J1-G FAN Rt:D

V/I CLU V/I V/I V/I V/I

SPARE SPARE SPARE STAT I (DIG AUD) SPARE STATRTN (DIG AUD) SYNC COMP IN X ACH +28 VDC OBS D,G OBS F OBI OSIN

-3-------NC -------NC &----NC -6-------NC -7-------NC -8-------NC -9-------NC -10------NC -11 (24)-------i%--

-----

OBI O COS ,

-12 (24)ii;----+l------- RMI t}-.---Y B50=:-- -SEE NOTE 4 FOR SHLD DATA

CLU MLS MORSE ID RTN

fit -13 (24) ------- -----d- - -i B32---------J-T---A96---------- 9 -14-------NC -15-------NC -16 -------NC -17-------NC -18-------NC -19-------NC -20 (22)-------------------

116J1-60 116J1--44

CLU CLU CLU CLU CLU CLU

SPARE SPARE SPARE SPARE SPARE SPARE

V/I 26 VAC 400 HZ H REF

26 VAC 400 HZ PWR, FIG. 4-3

V/I RNAV VIDEO OUT V/I RNAV VIDEO GND V/I 400 HZ 26 VAC RET V/I VOR/LOC AUDIO CT ADF GND

-21-------NC -22-------NC -23 (22)-------------------24-------NC 164J1B-25 (22)------------------DC GND AC GND

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FOR REMOTE RADIOS PILOTS NAV UNIT RNZ-850 (cent)

Function CLU +5 VDC RTN ADF +15 VDC GND CLU SPARE DIG AUDIO BUS 1 (-)

Connector Pin 164J1B-26 (22) ------------------27 ----------------------SEE NOTE 3 FOR SHLD INFO -28 ------NC 0 ---29 ---------------y+I i B42 --------- ----B67 -------- ?] -30 ------NC -31 ------NC 1 o -32 (24) -.---------a-b- --t B13 (24)---J-1 ----A96 (24)----Y

Connects To STRAP P4 BLK 158J1-J

FIG. 4-10

CLU SPARESTAT IN

(DIG AUD)

ICLU

AUD AUX SQUELCH

CLU MLS MORSE ID

116J1-44 116J1-60

V/I SYNC COMP IN Y V/I OBS B V/I OBS C V/I VOR/LOC AUDIO HI

-33 ------NC -34 ------NC -35 ------NC -36 ------NC -37 (24)-------------------38 (22)-------------------39 (22)------------------RMI DC GND 28 VDC POWER FIG. 4-1
STRAP P3 RED

I
I

V/I OBI.O GND V/I PWR GND V/I +28 VDC

CLU CLUS
CLU DIG SPARE AUDIO

+5V

-40

(24)-------------------

BUS 1 (+)

f n -164J1B-42 ----------------++ t \ B29 ---------1-J FIG. 4-10 B67 --------- Y----j

-41 ------NC

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FOR REMOTERADIOS PILOTS NAV
Function Connector UNIT RNZ-850 (cent)

Pin

Conn[?cts

To

CLU SPARE
CLU

164J1B-43 -----NC FAN -44 (24)------------------- BLU

FAN RTN

CLU AUD AUX XMT CLU SPARE V/I SYNCCOMP IN Z V/I OBS A V/I OBS E V/I PWR GND V/I VOR/LOC AUDIOLO V/I 28 VDC CLU SPARE CLU SPARE CLU SPARE CROSSSIDEMLS SEL CLU SIDESPARE CLU STRAPSD DATA CLU STRAPCLK
V/I GS FLAG

-45 ------NC -46 ------NC -47 ------NC -48 ------NC -49 ------NC -50 (22) ------------------- GND DC -51 ------NC -52 (22)------------------28VC1CPOWER FIG.4-1 -53 ------NC -54 ------NC -55 ------NC -56 ------NC -57 (24)------------------STRAPP1 GRN -58 (24)------------------STRAp
P7WHT BLIJ

-59 (24) ------------------STRilP P6


-60 ------NC

V/I SYNCOUT Z V/I SYNCCOMPVALID V/IMKR AUDIOCT V/I CC ILSMODE V/I TO/FROM + V/I MKR AUDIOHI

-61 ------NC -62 ------NC -63 ------NC -64 (24)------------------RMI -65 ------NC 164J1B-66 -----NC -

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FORREMOTE RADIOS PILOTS NAV UNITRNZ-850 (cent)
Function Connector Pin Connects To

DIGAUDIOBUS SHLD

164J1B-67--------------1 B29 ------------ FIG.4-10 -B42 ------- -- i} Z --

J~

ADF 26 VAC400 HZ CLUSPARE CLUSPARE

-68-------NC -69-------NC -70 -------NC

ADF SYNTH LOCK ADF RS 422TXD B V/IMKR LAMPO V/l DEVCOM V/I ILSMODEANU CLUSPARE V/lVOR/LOC DEV + V/IGS DEV+ CLUSIDESELECT RSB PRIMARY (-) .

-72------NC -73------NC -74 ------NC -75 ------NC -76------NC -77 ------NC -78 ------NC -79 ------NC -80 (24)------------------- P8YEL STRAP n -- .------- --- ---81 ----- 11~] -FIG.4-9 ------B71 --Y B95 --------J
-82-------NC

CLU

SPARE

CLUSPARE CLUSTRAPWD LOAD RSBSHLD

-83 -------NC -84-----------------------STRAP


P20RN

164J1B-85------------------j * ~F*G4-9 -:::::::::1:2-A102 .

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FOR INSTALLATION BULLETIN REMOTE

RADIOS

PILOTS

NAV UNITRNZ-850 cent)


Connects To

Function

Connector Pin 164J1B-86 ------NC -87 ------NC -88 ------NC

CLU SPARE ADF ON/OFF CLUACH NAV CONTROL V/I RS 422 SER D 1A

CLU

ACH NAV CONTROL + VOR SUPERFLAG

-89 (24)--------1~---- 65J213-40 ---t A59--------- --- ---- 65J2B-41 Y -1 B50---------90 ------NC .3 -91 (24)------------------RMI -92 ------NC -93 ------NC -94 ------NC -95 ------------------B71 ---------1-1- FIG.4-9 - ~t} B81 -------------96(24)--------------FIG.4-18 -97 ------NC -98 (22)------------------DC GND -99 (24)------------------RMI,65J1A-82 -1oo------NC -101------NC -102(24) --------1~1-----A84------- ---- TO LPN #1 B50--_-y } -103------NC -104------NC -105------NC 164J1B-106-----NC -

V/I

V/IVOR/LOCFLAG V/IMKR AUDIOLOC CLUSPARE RSBSHLD

ON SIDEMLS SEL CLUSPARE CLUGND


ADF

LOCK

ADF RS 422 TXD A

V/I SPARE V/I RS 422 SER D 2A

V/I SYNCOUT Y V/I SYNCOUT X CLU SPARE V/ITO/FROM FLAGCOM &

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(cent) PILOTS NAV UNITRNZ-850

Function

Connector Pin

Connects To

ADF RF INPUT ADF INNERSHLD ADF OUTERStlLD

164J2-1-Tf+TRC-50-2-----@)-- 158J1-F . 158J1-E 164J2-2_& El OLITERtiLDPEN S O r AT NAV END SEENOTE3 FOR SHLD INFO ------RG-58/U---- ------ VOR/LOC ANT 164J3-1 ? -----ANT SHAD --------------------- - VOR/LOC ------RG-58/U---- -- GS ANT - ---164J4-1 ? ------SHAD --------------------- - GS ANT 164J5-I ------RG-58/U---- ------ MKR ANT ? ------- MKR ANT SHAD --------------------164J6-1 ------RG-214/U--- ------ DME ANT 9 -----SHAD --------------------- - DME ANT

V/lANT V/lANT V/IGS ANT V/I GS ANT V/IMKR ANT V/l MKR ANT DMEANT DMEANT

NOTE1: SHIELDS PAIRSA47-A61, OF ANDTRIPLE A12-A22-A33 TIEDTOGETHER. ARE NOTE2: SHIELDS A42 AND OF TOGETHER.
NOTE 3: ADF ANTENNA TRIAXIAL PAIRS A16-A54, A44-A57,

AND GROUNDA28 ARE TIED PN TRC-50-2 OR


OR

CABLE

SHALL

BE

TRUMPETER

EQUIVALENT TRIAXIAL CABLE. ALL WIRESSHALLBE STANDARD AWG #22


MIL-W-22759/16 EXCEPT AS NOTED. PER MIL-W-B1044

THE OUTERSHIELDJUMPER GEN AT THE ANTENNA TO SIDESHALLBE 20 AWG ANO ITS LENGTH SHALLNOT EXCEED10 INCHES. NOTE4: SHIELOSOFTRIPLES B1l-B12-B37, B9-B1O-B49 B34-B35-B48IFUSED) ANO ( ARE TO BE TIEOTOGETHER. OF AND A25-A38 ARE TIED NOTE5: SHIELOS PAIRSA21-A34
TOGETHER.

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CLEARANC::~;~VERY UNIT
connector Pin Connects TO

Function

165JI-A N/OFF OUTPIJT ) \ UD1O INPUT HIGH S QUATSWITCH SENS 5 V AC/DCLIGHTING INPUT 2 8V DC POWERINPUT N AUX SHIFT/LOADNPUTI IAV I - BUS+ I INPUTBUS N AUX SHIFT/LOAO IAV

------NC -B ------NC -.--- ------- --- 165J1-g ----c (24) ------------------ FIG.4-2 -D (24) -E (22) ----X------------c164J1B-8 -F (24) ----r,-- ---------c164J18-90 #-G (24) -------- ---------c164J1B-88 -K (24)--Y ----------143JI-33 -H ~::~::~~-~-:OMAUX OUTPUT BUS+ -1 ;PARE i ----------143JI-25 -J (~q)---.!-!-;OMAUX OUTPUT BUS -P (24)--Y -K (24) ------I tAVAUX BUSSHIFT/LOAD SHLDGND f \;:]---r-l------ t -------:;:::::::: d-- --------L ---:--NC \ilIDEBAND SELECTINPUT -M (24) ----f~----------:;:]:;;::: NAVAUX OUTPUT BUS + I --t -------N (24)--------NAV AUX OUTPUT BUS -~ (24)--Y -P (24)-----,C[--------:;~:;;::; NAV AUX CLOCKINPUTBUS t -f (24) ----------------~ (24)--Y SPARE PRIMARY RSBBUS NAV AUDIO INPUT LOW ROTORMOD FILTERINPUT 0/300DEG.ELECTINPUT VSMA7.9V/11.8VWX INPUT POSTFAILANNUNOUTPUT tijcOM/NAVELECT + S SQUATSWITCHINPUT LIGHTING COMMON 28 V DC LIGHTING INPUT AUDIOOUTPUT HIGH AUDIOOUTPUTLOW NAV AUX OUTPUTBUSSHLDGND

-Q ------NC -------------------F*G.4-9
-R (24) ---- ----------g (24) -} ------NC -s

-T ------NC -------------------- NOTE1 sEE

INPUT SYNCHRO/RSB COMPASS BUS + NAV AUX CLOCKINPUT

-U (24) -------------------- NOTE1 SEE -V (24) ------NC -w -x ------NC -------------------FIG.4-7 -Y (24) -------------------LIGHTINGGND -Z (24) :--;--NC -g ------NC -tJ -c ------NC -~ (24) ------L -M (24) ---1-1-$-------:;:::;~:;: -N (24)---w-----------g ------NC -~ -p (24) 1: t---------C164J1A-69 (24)-----C-----------------c164J1A-72

165J1-~ (24)--J

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CITATION V

CLEARANCE DELIVERY UNIT (cent) CD-850 Function Connector= Pin


BUS +

Connects To

PRIMARY RSB

NAV AUDIO INPUT HIGH RMI REL/MAG BEARING INPUT POWER GROUND AUDIO SHLDGND SPARE CD/COM/NAV SELECT SIDE SELECT SPARE COM AUX BUSSHLDGND

JUMPER GROUND NAVAUX BUSCLOCKSHLDGND NAVAUDIOSHLDGND AUDIOINPUTLOW SPARE SPARE SPARE SPARE SPARE SPARE

165J1-g (24) ------------------- Q-g : ~lG -R (z4)-----------------0 -h ------NC -~ (24) ------------------SEENOTE1 -J. (22)-------------------DCGND -~ ------NC -~ ------NC -lJ ------NC -rJ ------NC -g ------NC -Q (24)-------A -H (24)----;1---------143J1-33 t--------143J1-25 -J (24)----U--g (24) ------------------165J1-C -L (24)-------I -P (24) ------- -------C164J1A-72 t-~ (24) --~aJ-- -------C164J1A-69 -~ ------NC -~ ------NC -lJ ------NC -~------NC -y ------NC -~ ------NC ------NC 165Jl~~ ------NC

NOTE1: CLEARANCEELIVERY D STRAPOPTIONS fIJl DESCRIPTION


i

FUNCTION
OPEN GND GND = MAGNETIC = = RELATIVE FILTER ON

RMI REL/MAG BEARING INPUT ROTORMOD FILTER INPUT

T u
e

v L A

OPEN= FILTER OFF 0/300DEG.ELECT OFFSETINPUT OPEN = 300 DEG OFFSET GND = O DEG OFFSET SYNCHRO/RSB COMPASS INPUT GND = RSB OPEN= SYNCHRO VSMA7.9V/11.8VMAX NPUT I OPEN = 11.8V GND = 7.9V WIDEBAND ELECTINPUT S GND = NARROW BAND
OPEN = = WIDE OFF ON BAND

ON/OFF OUTPUT

GND =
OPEN

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COPILOTS ORIZONTAL H SITUATION NDICATOR I RD-450
Function HEADING ERROR NO. 1 H { c ROTOR Connector Pin Connects To

CHASSIS GND DC GND

C2J1-A ------NC -B ------NC -C (24)------A -D ------------------------DCGND :;

SPARES

26V, 400

HZ POWER

5V LIGHTING POWER ( :
SPARES
HDG ERROR STATOR . 2v/DEG NO. 1 ( X Y z

:[ -J -K -L (22) -------------------FIG.4-3 (SH2) -M (22)--------------------FIG.4-2 -N (24j -------------------ACGND :; :; ------NC -u ------NC -v ------NC :! -Y -z l; (24) --------------------C164J1B-64 ------NC -c -d :;

SPARES

TUNEDTO LOC GND


+28 V DC

SPARES

ROTOR

CRS ERROR : { NO. 1 .2V/DEGSTATOR( Y

(H

------NC :: ------NC -i ------NC . ------NC C2Jl~~ ------NC

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COPILOTSORIZONTAL H SITUATION NDICATORcent) I ( RD-450
Function

Connectorin P
C2J1-m -n

Connects To

SPARES
{

STATOR i z COMPARATOR/HDG TRANSMITTER Cos ; H SIN c

-P -q -r -S -t -U

(24)--------------------(24) --------------------(24)---------------------

65J2B-21 65J2B-22 65J2B-23

CRS RESOLVER

SPARE

-v ------NC ------NC ~; (24)----------- ----- FIG.4-3 (SH2) -T~r -y (24)----------- ----- AC PWR GND -Y ------ SHIELDGND -Z (24)--------------------C164J1B-9 -AA (24) ------------------C164J1B-49 -66 (24) ------------------C164J1B-10 -CC (24)-------------------C164J1B-9 -DD (24)-------------------C164J1B-48 -EE (24) ------------------C164J1B-34 -FF (24)-------------------C164J1B-35 -GG ------NC C2J1-HH

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COPILOTHORIZONTAL S :HL}{TION
INDICATOR

(cent)

Function TO-FROM POINTER (DEFL TO) 250 LOAD GLIDESLOPEEV D (DEFL UP) lK LOAD + {-

Connectorin P

Connects

To

i-

+ COURSE DEV (DEFLRIGHT)lK LOAD ( + SYNCANN lK { 10K SPARES NAV FLAG SPARE HIGH + GLIDESLOPELAG LOW + F { COMMON HDG DISPLAY VALID+28V HOG VALID+28V x HOG INPUT Y {z SPARES POWERGND SPARES F(HIGHLEVEL +28V LOWLEVEL + ( COMMON -

C2J2-A(24)-------------------C164J1B-65 -B (24)------- i --------C164J1B-106 -$) C164J1B-75, -C (24)----f-; ------------65J2A-66, II 65J2A-67 [ ------------C164JIB-79, -D (24)----~-j 65J2A-68 -E (24)---------f~--------C164JIB-78 * --------C164J1B-75 -F (24)---------1-L -G (24)--------------------C6J1-U -H (24)--------------------C6J1-V -J ------NC -K -L { :! -P (24) ------~~i ---------C164JIB-91 ------NC 1 -; ~! (24)------- [---------C164J1B-106 \> -T ------------ C164J1A-74 -U (24)------;; -v ------NC 1 l;____ -W (24)------CI64J1B-106 -X (24)---------~f ---------65J1A-92 -Y (24)--------------------C6J1-e -Z (24)--------------------C6J1-L -a (24) -------------------C6J1-M -b (24) -------------------C6J1-K

:: { -e -f (22)--------------------AC GNII -9 -h { C2J2-i

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COPILOTS FLUX VALVE FX-220

Function

Connector

Pin I

Connects

To

FV STATOR
{

z x : ( H

26V, 400 HZ SHIELD GND

C4J1-A (24)---~i- ------------;: [;:]--j-l- ------------------ -------------D (24)--- ----------------E (24)--- --------- ----T ----7 -F (24)---

C5J1-A C5J1-B C5J1-C AC GND C6J1-S C5J1-D

COPILOTS DUAL REMOTE COMPENSATOR CS-412 z x { Y C5J1-A -B -C -D (24)------ ------------(24)--J-!- ------------(24)--~-~- ------------(24)------------------L----

FROM FLUX VALVE 26V, 400 HZ PWR GND SHIELD GND SPARE FLUX VALVE OUTPUT CHASSIS GND

1
1
m

-E (24)--- ----------------F (24)--. . -G -H (24)--=------------(24)--:-!- -------------J -K (24)--IY------------(24)--------7 -L

C4J1-A C4J1-B C4J1-C C6J1-S C4J1-E AC GND

C6J1-R C6J1-N C6J1-P

-M -N -P -R -s -T -u { -v

SPARES

NOTE :

SHIELDS ON THIS SHEET ARE NOT TIED TO AIRCRAFT GROUND. BE INSULATED FROM AIRCRAFT STRUCTURE.

SHIELDS MUST

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COPILOTS DIRECTIONAL GYRO C-14D


Function Connector Pin

Connec:s To , AC GND DC GND FIG. 4-L (SHT2)

AC POWER GNiI 28 VDC GND +28 VDC INPUT FREE SLAVE SW +B TO FREE SLAVE SW HDG NO. 1 ROTOR 26V 400HZ HDG NO. 1 STATOR { FLUx vALvE {
26

H { c z ; : x

VAC FLUX VALVE EX 115 VAC OUT + {H < c z x { ;C NO { c

c6J1-A -B -C -D -E -F -G -H -J -K -L -M -N -P -R -S

ANNUNCIATOR 5 VAC OUTPUT HDG NO. 2 ROTOR HDG NO. 2 STATOR

INTERLOCK NO. 1 FLUX VALVE SHIELD CHASSIS GND INTERLOCK NO. 2 26 VAC OUTPUT 42 VA MAX
SYNC SWITCH < LOCK+ H

(22)-----------------(22)-----------------(22)-----------------MA (24)---- 9 o-----AUTO (24)---A- ------ -(22)--t-~- ----------1 (22)--Q----------(24)------ ,>- ------(24)------+-T- ------(24) ------a- -I ---- -(24)-------~---r~-(24)------------F-r -(24)------------LO- 1 -(24)--------------Y ---~~ (24)------------------V (24)------------------w -X (22)-T9r -----------t -Y (22)---------- ---------Y---CL- ---7---Z (24) -a (24)------~-!- -------b (24)------J-1- 1} ------v ~~ (24)------------------e (24)------------------

FREE SLAVE SWITCH FIG. 4-:1 (SHT 2) AC GND c2J2-E C2J2-Z C2J2-4 C5J1-J C5J1-K
C5J1-H

C4J1-E C5J1-D 65J2B-28,C2J2-G 65J2B-29,C2J2-H lCLJIB-7, &ll-X,12J1-D GND

AC

FIG. 4-;2

FIG. 4-: (SHT 2) c2J2-y

c NC NO

:: (22)------% -h (24)----------------- =; (24)------------------k -m ------NC LH (24) ---------------+

1OJ1B-28, 6J1-h FIG. 4-12

MANUAL

$YNC

FREQUENCY/PHASE SPARE

-n (24)-------------o -p (24)--------------*4 ------NC RH -q


-r

SWITCH :3

6J1::

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FOR

REMOTE MLZ-850

RADIOS

COPILOTSLS M
Function Connector

UNIT

Pin

Connects

To

EL DEVIATION O L 429 LO AZ DEVIATION TN R +28 VDC RET +28 VDC INPUT


BACKAZ SELECTED

C116J1-1-------NC -2 -------NC -3-------NC -4 (22) ------------------- GND DC -5 (22) ------------------COPILOTS 28


FIG. 4-1 -6-------NC VDC

MLS OFF ANALOGVIDEO MORSEAUDIOHI AZ DEVIATION O L EL DEVIATIONI H EL LOW LEVELFLAG SPARE EL HIGHLEVELFLAG BACKAZ AVAILABLE FRONTPREAMP PRESENT EL CHANNEL CHANGE DPSKDATA SPARE AZ DEVIATION I H MORSEAUDIOLO EL DEVIATION ETURN R AZ LOW LEVELFLAG AZ HIGHLEVELFLAG AZ CHANNEL CHANGE

-7-------NC -8 -------NC -9-------NC -lo ------NC -11 ------NC -12------NC -13------NC -14 ------NC -15------NC -16 (24) -----------------C116J1-36 (IFFRONTPRE) -17-----NC -18-----NC -19-----NC -20------NC -21------NC -22-----NC -23------NC -24------NC C116J1-25------NC

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN

FOR REMOTE RADIOS

COPILOTSLS UNITMLZ-850(cent) M
Function Connector Pin C116J1-26------NC -27 (24)-------------------28------NC -29------NC -30 ------NC -31------NC -32------NC -33------NC .> -34- -----NC -35 -36 (24)------------------j~~;~~~~:~ ,. GND ~;;4:o:~3; C164J1A-21 Connects To

IDO REARPREAMPPRESENT SPARE BOARDTEST SYNC4 SPARE SYNC3 429 HIGH SPARE SHIELDGROUND
STRAP RCB MLS GROUND SHIELD RCB RX

C116]1-36 (lF REAR PRESET)

GND
(-)

MSA 1

-37 (24)------------------;:; (24)---------6------------- ---------------I-l67------ - t ---- --37-----T

MLS

RCBTX

(-)

h -------c164JlA-38 -40--------------(; ! 42-------v-------c164J1A-25


------NC -41 -42----------------$~ C164~lA-25 --~ 1 ---- C164J1A-38 40----------37----------43------NC 116J1-44 (24)-----------~T ---- C164J1B-32 i --60----------U-- C164J1B-13

TESTBUTTONINPUT MLS RCBTX (+)

MSA 7 MORSEIDENT(H)

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RADIOS

COPILOTS

MLS UNITMLZ-850 (cent) Connects To

Function SPARE SYNC2


SPARE SPARE MSA MSA MSA SPARE SPARE SPARE SYNC AGC CHANGE MSA 4 1 VOLTAGE INHIBIT NOT 3 2 PARITY (EL)

Connector in P

C116J1-45,-----NC -46------NC -47------NC -48------NC -49 (24)------------------1 NOTE1 -50 (24)-------------------51 (24) ------------------52------NC -53 ------NC -54-----NC -55------NC -56-----NC -57 ------NC -58 (24)------------------- NOTE SEE

MSA 6 CHASSIS GND

MSA 5 SPARE SPARE


MSA O

-59 (24)-------------------60 (24)-ii::_:--:---fl ------ t -61 (24)-----=---~-~~-62------NC -63------NC -64 -66-(24)----------------------NC 39--------37-------Y ----1 -----

1 SEE NOTE 1 C164J1B-13 C164J1B-32


SEE NOTE 1

SEE

NOTE

ID1 TESTOUTPUT MLS RCB RX (+)

-65------NC C116J1-67---------------$T C164J1A-21 C164J1A-34

FOREANTENNA FOREANTENNA AFT ANT AFT ANT NOTE 1: SEE PAGE580,

C116J2-1 ----RG-214/U ------------FOREANT SHAD --------------------------- FOREANT C116J3-1 ----RG-214/U -------------FT ANT A SHAD -------------------------- ANT -- AFT

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FORREMOTE RADIOS COPILOTSOMUNITRCZ-850 C
Function
ENC ALT CIN +28 VDC FAN SPARE +28 VDC COM +28 VDC COM +28 VDC COM i-28 TDR RET VDC

Connector Pin

Connects To

C143J1-1 (24)-------------------9JI-1!3, 143J1-1 -2 (24)-------------------FANRSD


-3 -------NC -4 (22)-------------------5 (22)--------------------6 (22)------------------COPILOT 28VOC }

FIG.4-1 -7 (22)-------------------DCGN!3 -8 (22) -----------------COPILOT VDC 28 -9 (22)-------------------) FIG.4-1

+28 VDC TDR +28 VDCTDR RSB PRIMARY (+) RSB PRIMARY (-) SELCAL/ACARS RET ENCALT D4N ACH POWER+28 VDC RCBSPARE1 RX +5 VDC +28 VDC COM RET +28 VDC COM RET +28 VDC COM RET +28 VDCTDR RET VHF1PTT SELCAL/ACARS SPARE SIMULCOM RET COMMACH DATA(-) ENCALT C2N

-12 -------NC -13 (24)------------------9J1-27,143J1-13 -14 ------NC -15------NC . -16 (24)------------------sTRApp3 RED -17 (20)------------------DCGND -18 (20)------------------DCGND -19 (20)------------------DCGND -20 (20)------------------DCGND -21 (24)------------------160J1-c C160J1-C -22 -------NC -23 -------NC -24 -------NC -25 -------NC C143J1-26 24) -----------------( 9J1-19,143J1-26

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COPILOTS COM UNIT RCZ-850 (cent)

Function

Connector Pin

Connects To

ENCALT D2N RCB SPARE1 RX + EMERPHONELO REC PH AtJD HI EMERPHONEHI SPARE ACH DATA+ AUX AUD 4 LO SIMULCOM SPARE3 HF COMXMIT AUX AUD 2 HI liF COM SQUELCH GND (AUDIO SHIELDS) ACH +28 VDC RET AUDIOBUS SHIELD(GND) +5 VDC RET (GND) GND GND GND SPARE SPARE AUX AUC) LO 2 AUX AUD 1 LO AUX AUD 3 LO AUX AUD 3 HI RCB SPARE2 RX +28 VDC FAN RET

C143J1-27-------NC -28-------NC -29 -------NC -30 -------NC -31 -------NC -32-------NC -33 ------NC -34-------NC -35-------NC -36-------NC -37 (24)------------------- 4-19 FIG. -38-------NC -39-------NC -40 (24)------------------BOBBIN -41 ------NC AUDIOBUSSHLD -42 -----------------------43 (24)------------------STRAPP4BLK -44 (22)-----BOBBIN 4; ~~:]-----BOBBIN -----BOBBIN -------NC -47 -48-------NC -49 -50---------------fJ----- HF2 h ----66-------------!J$ BOBBIN-------51 -------NC -52-------NC -53 -------NC C143J1-54 (24)------------------FANBLU

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COPILOTSOMUNITRCZ-850 C (cent)
Function TDR-DLP Connector Pin Connects To

TD +

C143J1-55-------NC --56 ----------------fj--FIG 4-10 . II t) ------------:!----------~ -57-------NC -58 (24)------------------BOBBIN -------NC -59 -60 (24)------------------BOBBIN ------------- FIG.4-9 -61 ------::t) 74 -------------BOBBIN-----Y -62-------NC -63-------NC -64-------NC -65-------NC -66 (24);;--;j----f---- HF2 -t} ----T?--- -67 (24)------------1-----BOBBIN
-68-------NC

DIGAUDIOBUS 2 (+)

SIDETONE PHONEAUDIOHI GND SPARE GND RSBSECONDARY (-)

AUX AUD 4 HI SPARE SPARE SPARE AUX AUD 1 HI GND RCBSPARE2 RX + ENCALT COMMON DIGAUDIOBUS 2 (-)

-69 (24)------------------9J1-28,143J1-69 -70------------------ FIG.4-10 -----------c-l---::---------(2 -71-------NC -72-------NC C143J1-73-------NC

ATC OFF/ON GND (SQUAT SWITCH RET) SPARE

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN ORREMOTE F RADIOS
(cent) COPILOTSOM UNITRCZ-850 C

Function

Connectorin P

Connects o T

RSBSECONDARY (+)

C143J1-74---------------(~- FIG.4-9 -------61 ----e-- t -Y BOBBIN ------75-------NC -76 -------NC -77-------NC -78-------NC -79 -------NC -80 (24)i~-i;;i------7~ 164J1A-42 ------c-J--C164J1A-42 143J1-94 -81-------NC -82 -------NC -83 (24) -----------------FIG.4-7 -84 (24) -----------------9J1-24,143J1-84 -85 (24)------------------9J1-16,143J1-85 -86 (24)------------------9J1-23,143J1-86 -87 -------NC -88 (24)------------------STRAPP6 BLU -89 (24)-----------------STRAPP1 GRN -90 -------NC -91(24)-------------- C143J1-105 ---92 (24)-----------~-\i 160J1-D --f C160J1-D 106 (24) ---1-,- { ii---------NC -93 C143J1-94 24) -------------{ C164J1A-42 ( >--164J1A-42 143J1-94 80-----------4

SPARE SPARE 1 SPARE SPARE SPARE MUT

SUP RET

RCBSPARE1 TX + RCBSPARE2 TX + SQUATSW IN ENCALT C4N ENCALT B2N ENCALT BIN TDR-DLP TD CLOCK SIDEAO DLP-TDR + TD SQUITENABLE MIC HI

ON/OFF VHF COM REMOTE MUT SUP IN

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RADIOS

COPILOTSOMUNITRCZ-850 C (cent) Function RCBSPARE1 TX RCBSPARE2 TX ENCALTA4N ENCALTAIN ENCALTA2N ENCALT B4N SE21AL DATA PARLOADNOT SIDEAI DLP-TDRTD(-) RETURN MIC LO Connectorin P C143J1-95-------NC -96-------NC -97 (24)-----------------9J1-22,143J1-97 -98 (24)-----------------9J1-20,143J1-98 9J1-21,143J1-99 -99 (24)-----------------9JI-17T143JI-100 -100(24)-----------------101(24)----------------STRAPP7 WHT -102(24)----------------STRAPP2 ORN STRAPP8 YEL -103(24) ----------------104-------NC C143J1-91 -105(24)-----------------106(24)----------f~i 160J1-14 --II [ --- C160J1-W 92--------(7C143J2-1 -------RB-214/U ---------XPONDER ANT 1----- XPONDER SHAD -------------------ANT (SEENOTE) C143J3-1 -------RG-58/U --------- COMAN1 SHAD ------------------------ COMANT (SEENOTE)
Connects To

TRANSPONDER ANTENNA TRANSPONDER ANTENNA

COMANTENNA-

~:

MAX COAXLENGTH FT. 30

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FOR REMOTERADIOS

COPILOTS RM-850 RMU Function +28 VDC LIGHTING +28 VDC LIGHTING RET +28 VDC +28 VDC RETURN FMCSBUS (+) (RS422) FMCSBUS (-) (RS422) 5 VDC LIGHT 5 VDC LIGHTRET 5 VAC LIGHT 5 VAC LIGHTRET CHASSIS GND RSB SECONDARY (+) RSB SECONDARY (-) W.O.!4. W.O.W.POLARITY ATC IDENT MBU INHIBIT CHASSIS GND RSB PRIMARY (+) RSB PRIMARY (-) SPAREDIG IN ON/OFFPAGE DELETE SPAREDIG IN SPARE Connector Pin C144J1-A ------NC -B ------NC -C (20)-------------------;~~IL~T;S 28V -D (20) -------------------DC~ND-E ------NC -F ------NC -G (22) -------------------FIG.4-2 -H (22) -------------------LIGHTGND Connects To

------NC
------NC

-L (24) ------------------CHASSIS GND -M ------------1~1-fl ----------Y t-------

~:=:)

FIG.~-g

-P ------------------------ WOW SWITCH A/C -R -----------------------W.O.W.=GND -S (24) -------------------144J1-S GND SWITCH -T-------NC -U (24)-------------------CHASSISGND ------v -----------q~--1-------- ~FIG. 4-9 -w ----------- -

Y t -------

-X-------NC -Y (24)-------------------144J1-D -------NC -z C144J1-a-------NC

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FOR INSTALLATION BULLETIN REMOTE

RADIOS

COPILOTSMURM-850(cent) R
Function SIDE SELECT BO SIDE SELECT B1 SIDE SELECT EV TEST ENABLE COMM FREQXFER COMM MEM SELECT O MKR SENSE LEFT SIDE Connector Pin Connects To -

PARITY

C144J1-b-------NC -C (24) ------------------C144J]-U -d -------NC -------NC %------NC -------NC -9


-h-------NC
-i-------NC
-j

MKRSENSERIGHTSIDE
COMM POWER OFF ATC POWER OFF VOR POWER OFF DME POWER OFF ADF POWER OFF MLS POWER OFF SPARE

-------NC

-k -------NC
-m-------------!; ~; -------NC -q-------NC

DIGOUT SPAREDIG OUT


RSB SHLD GND

-r------- NC -s------NC

C144J1-t ------------------------RSBSHLD FIG.4-9

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FOR REMOTE RADIOS COPILOTSDF ANTENNA A AT-860 Function ADF MOD SHLD ADF COSMOD ADF ANT
TEST

Connector Pin C158J1-A-------NC -B---------- --------4--

Connects TtI

C164J1A-91

--c--------------------- C164J1A-77 -D -------NC -E-----TRC-50-2------- C164J2-1 -G------------------------ C164JlB-1 +AY--H-------------------- C164J1A-104 d -J------------------------C164JIB-27 C158J1-K ------------------------ C164J1A-101

AOF OUTERSHLD ADF INNERSHLD ADF RF INPUT ADF +15 VDC


ADF SIN

MOD

ADF +15 VDC GNCI ADF LOOPEN

NOTE: ADF ANTENNA TRIAXIAL CABLESHALLBE TROMPETER N TRC-50-2 P OR EQUIVALENTRIAXIAL T CABLE. ALL WIRESSHALLBE STANDARD AWG PERMIL-W-B1044 #22 OR MIL-W-22759/16 EXCEPT NOTED. AS

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Function HANDMIC PTT EMERGENCYOM PTT C

Connector in P

~ects

To

C160J1-A (24) ------------------COPILOTS MIC -B (24) ------------------160J1-F 160J1-B C160J1-F 143J1-21 -C (24)-------------------C143J1-21 160J1-C -D (24) ---------T?------- C143J1-92 160J1-D -II I w ----------------a 1 ------E (24) ---------l-~ ~; R___-~ ! -----

VHF 2 PTT VHF 2 MIC HI

VHF 1 MIC LO

143J1-106, 160J1-H 160J1-E, C160J1-H

VHF 1 PTT

-F (24)-------------------- 143J1-21
160J1-F 160J1-B, C160!J1-B

EMERCOM PHONEHI

n -G (24) ------- ------- 143J:1-31 ~-,160J:i-G II ---------m------ ! v ----- --- SHIELDGND - -H

EMERCOM MIC LO

n ----------160J:.-E (24)------r, 160J:-H II 143J;106 II C160J1-E \ P----0- ---------,,

HANDMIC LO HANDMIC HI

-J (24) ----------------- PILOTS MIKE AND C160J1-K (24) ---------- ------ PHONEJAcK Box &
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COPILOTS AUDIO PANEL

REMOTE

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AV-850

Function CABIN/COCKPIT SPKR LO

Connector C160J1-L

Pin (24)--------------------

Connects RH SPKR cKPT/cAB LO

To

+28

VDC RTN

-M

(20)--------------------

DC GND

SHLD GND

-N

(24)----------------------oB
160J1-R 160J1-P C160J1-R 143J1-92

EMERCOM MIC HI

-P (24)-------:;--------!/ -----~-~---

I -------

VHF 1 MIC

HI

-R

o I (24)-------C-;= =------- 143J1-92, 160J1-P II 160J1-R, [1 C160J1-P ----~j -- -------I E


<J

HF 2

MIC LO

-S (24)-------F;--------- 160J1-s,F2 H -T (24)------&-1 -------- 160J1-T, F2 H -U (20)-------------------COPILOTS t/De 28 -V (20)-------------------FIG.4-1


-W (24)------1+--------

HF 2 MIC HI +28 vDc +28 VDC VHF 2


MIC LO

----j~.- -------D ~- 1 l- B ----0 HF 2 PTT -X (24)--------------------

C143J1-106 160J1-W

160J1-x, FZ H
CKPT SPKR

COCKPIT SPKR HI

C160J1-Y (24)--- -------------RH ? L-- -------- ------>

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FORREMOTERADIOS

COPILOTS UDIOPANELAV-850(cent) A
Function Connector Pin
4-

Connects To .

HF 1 MIC LO HF 1 MICHI HF 1 PTT DIG AUD1OBUS 2 (+)

C160J1-2 (24)-------l-r ---------160J1-Z, F1 H -- 160J1-a,F1 H [ --.----a (24)-------~~L


------ ------ --b (24) -------

- 0B

160J1-b, F1 H FIG.4-10

-c .;:::::~~::::,::::]
----

B
------

DIG AUDIOBUS 1 (+) CABINSPKRHI EMERNAV PHONEHI

-d

--FIG. -----;-----t-l---------------:!O1

4-10

DIMMING RTN MASK/BOOM TT P MASK/BOOM I H INTERPHONEO L PHONELO EMERNAV/COM PHONELO

------] CAB SPKR -e (24)----------e L-------- -&-------J -f (24) -------R----------~~~~j~~36 II --------- m------ i --9 ---- ---- SHIELD GND RTN ---------------- TO DIMMING ---g (24)
-h -i (24)-------------------(24) -i-----------------------A ----9} --@ ----------------~&[~~~ETpTT JACK

160J1-j 1-1 ---------------- 160J1-S ---------TORH -k------y-----~ PHONEJACK -----JUL --------1} 143J1-29 C160J1-m (24)-!-----------------~60J1-m
-j (24)

C164J1B-51

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Function

Connectorin P
C160J1-n -------- --i~----------$ c -- ---------------

Connects To FIG. 4-10

DIG AUDIO BUS 2 (-)

DIG AUDIO BUS 1 (-)

} ~---a -------- -r~r----------- FIG. 4-10 -P d --$ --------------Y---Q }

+5 VAC/DC DIMMINGS
+28 VDC DIMMINGS INTERPHONE HI

-q (22)-------------------- 4-2 FIG. -r ------NC


-S

(24)------1=, ----- ----j----------- t ----1;----------

160J1-s 160J1-j TO RH PHONE JACK

PHONE HI

C160Jl-t----------

-----------1} -----kti

----LB 0

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COPILOTSUDIOPANEL A Function WARSING AUDIO 5 WA&;;lNGLO 1 SPL<EGND SHL2GND RESSRVED SPP;?E WA2X;NG AUDIO2 LO CAE;NDISABLE WA?.:iING AUDIO3 LO
RES;$UIED MA~;:~R SE~S

AV-850

RADIOS (cent)
Connects To

Connector Pin

C160J2-A-------NC
-B-------NC

-c -------NC -D-------NC -------NC ~~-------NC -G-------NC


-H-------NC -J -------NC -K-------NC -------NC

STERO MUTE

~i-------NC

SPA2:
SERVICE PHONE LO RES;RVED
RES=RVED ~E~~~VED R~~~~VED Voic: RECORDER

-N -------NC
-P (24)-;------:1--- -----------~i--- t] ------R-------NC -S-------NC -T-------NC

TO SERVICE PHONE JACK

HI

WARNING 1 AUDIO WAF:i2NG 2 AUDIO RESERVED WAR!:ING AUDIO 4 LO

-u -------NC -V (24)--------i~---- ----------- ----1] -----G -W------~NC


-------NC
~i------NC -Z-------NC

TO VOICE RECORDER

WA%;ING AUDIO5 LO MASK INTERCOM NABLE E


MKE DIjABLE SPL::

-a-------b (24) -------------------COPILOTS TO


-C (24)-------------------HEADSET OXYGEN MASK SWITCH 160J2-c

SE$,:.,;CEMIC Lo SEE;[CE PHONE


RE5:;?\tED RES::VED RES:;VED HI

-d-------NC -e (24) -------,~1-------- TO SERVICE 1) -- MIC --- - -------- v q -f (24)-;------,=/--- -----------~7---t ------------NC -9 -h-------NC TO SERVICE PHONE JACK

RES;;;VED SEEiICE PTT MIC WAF~jNG AUDIO 3 REZ~~VED ..

-i-------NC -------NC -j
-k-------NC

-------NOT USEDIN CONNECTOR -------NC C160J2~~-------NC


-1

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN

FOR REMOTE RADIOS

COPILOTSUDIOPANEL A AY-850(cent) Function /INTERPHONETT P


SERVICEMIC HI

Connector Pin

Connects To

C160J2-p ------------------------INTERPHONETT P
-q

VOICERECORDER LO RESERVED WARNING AUDIO 4

(24)-------O ---------- SERVICE TO ----- MIC e---.-~l----1 -r (24)-------C ---------- TO VOICE


---v -----LJ-_ ----RECORDER

} -s------NC C160J2-t-------NC

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FOR REMOTE RADIOS COPILOTS DME INDICATOR DI-850

Function RESERVED

Connector Pin
C163J1-1-------NC

Connects

To

RSB PRIMARY (-)

-2 ----------------f-~ --15 -----------t> ---10 --------bJ, i -3 ----------------;-;y---~ 14 ----------- --10 ---------Y -------NC ::-------NC -6 (22)--------------------

FIG. 4-9

RSB SECONDARY (+)

FIG.

4-9

RESERVED RESERVED +28 VDC PWR

COPILOTS 28 VDC FIG. 4-1 FIG. 4-2

5 V AC/DC LIGHTING INPUT SPARE SPARE CHASSIS GND SPARE DC GROUND LIGHTING COMMON RSB SECONDARY (-)

-7 (24)--------------------8 -------NC

-9-------NC -10 (22)-------------------11------NC -12 (22)-------------------13 (24)---------------7---14 ------------------- -3 ---------J%l- --10 --------, DC GND LIGHTING GND &j SHLD

b
t)

*G 4-9

RSB PRIMARY (+)

-15 --------------------II 2 ------------- --10 ---------Y

FIG. 4-9

SPARES

-16------NC -17------NC C163J1-18------NC


-.

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Function SPARE 28 VDC LIGHTING INPUT INPUT POWER ON/OFF


SPARES 28

Connector Pin C163J1-19------NC -20------NC


-21 ------NC -22 ------NC -23------NC -24------NC C163J1-25 (22)-------------------

Connects To

VDC RTN

DC GND

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN COPILOTS NAV

CITATION n/V

MMRIANCE

FOR REMOTE RADIOS

UNITRNZ-850
Connects To

Function
CLU DME OME DME DME DME ADF CLU SPARE HOLD HOLD SPARE 6 W 568 SPARE + DATA

Connector Pin
C164J1A-1 -------NC

NOT

-------NC -2
-3 (24) -------------------65J1B-34 -4 -------NC -5 (24)-------------------65J2B-50 -6 -------NC

SHLD
SPARE

-7 (24)-------------------- SI+LO ADF


-8------NC

CLU SPARE ADF 26 VAC 400 HZ RTN ADF 26 VAC 400 HZ RTN ADF SYNCHRO Y OUT CLU SPARE V/I ON/OFF DME 6 - 568 - DATA DME RS 422 SO - (2) DME 6 W 568 - CLK DME ACT 1 AUD OUT
OPIE 6 W 568 +

-9-------NC
-10------NC

------NC -11
-12 -----NC

-13 -----NC -14 -----NC -15 (24) ------------------65J2B-51 -16 -----NC n


-17 -18 (24)---------~(-----NC -----65J2B-55

CLK

-19 (24)--------1-!- I -----A28d


-20----------_----

65J2B-54

CLU

MLS

CLU MLS

RCB SHLR RCB TX1

C164J1A-21-------------- A- ----- C116JI-67 A34--------!! I ----C116J1-39 A 1 SEE NOTE 5 FOR SHLD INFO

IS NOT INSTALLED, THE MLS RCB RX AND TX PORTS IF THE ML-850 MLS RECEIVER MATING CONNECTOR AS SHOWN BELOW: MUST BE JUMPERED TOGETHER AT THE NAV UNIT
JUMPER JUMPER 1: 2: C164JIA-25 C164J1A-38 TO TO C164JIA-21 C164J1A-34

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN REMOTERADIOS FOR COPILOTS AV UNITRNZ-850(cent) N Function ADF SYNCHRO


X OUT

Connector Pin C164J1A-22 ------NC

Connects To

ADF 26 VAC 400 HZ CLU CHANGEINHIBIT CLU MLS RCB RX1

-23 ------NC -24 ------NC -25 ------------------- C116J1-42 -J+J-A A38-------- t -- C116J1-401 A20--------SEE NOTE5 FOR SHLD INFO
-26 (24)------------------2 -27 ------NC -28-----------------------65J2B-52 DME SHLD

DME 6 W 568 + SYNC CLU SPARE DME GND SHLD DME SPARE DME SPARE CLU SPARE DME SPARE ADF SYNCHRO OUT (GND) Z

SEE NOTE2 FORSHLD INFO


-29 -30 -31 -32 ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC

CLU MLS RCB TX2

-33 (24) -------Y------- RMI,65J2A-35, 65J2A-37, A47---+-1--------------A61-----Y A7-----C164JlA-34--------------------- C116J1-39 ~ J;-~-C116J1 67 ~


A21-------- A20--------SEE NOTE5 FOR SHLDINFO

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FORREMOTERADIOS COPILOTSAV UNITRNZ-850 N (cent)


Function Connector Pin Connects To

CLU SPARE CLU SPARE CLU SPARE CLUMLS RCB RX2

C164J1A-35-----NC -36------NC -37 ------NC -- --~ -38 -- -- ------ --- --- Cl16J1-40~ 1+--A25-------- $ --- C116J1-42 A20------SEE NOTE 5 FOR SHLD INFO -39 ------NC -40 ------NC -41 ------NC -42 (24)------------- --- 164J14-42 143J1-94 C143J1-94 T A28 (24)-----SEE NOTE 2 FOR SHLD INFO -43 ------NC -44 ------NC -45 (24)------------------65J2B-53 -46 (24)------------------65J1A-73 -47 (24)---------~j--- RMI,55J2A-36 --A61-------------i --A33-----------Y A7-------48------NC -49 ------NC -50 ------NC -51 ------NC -52 ------NC -53 ------NC -54 ------NC -55 ------NC -56 ------NC -57------NC -58 (24)--------1 ---- 165J1-N --A70--------- ---- 165J1-M - t ? -----@ -59 ------NC C164J1A-6024)------------------( 65J2A-61

ADF AUDIOOUT SHLD DME ON/OFF CLU AUX 1 AUD HI DME MUT SUP

DME SPARE DME RS 422 SD - (1) DME 6 W 568 - SYNC DME FLAG ADF DC COSOUT

CLU SPARE CLU SPARE ADF AUDIOHI OUT CLU SPARE ADF AUDIOLO OUT CLU SPARE DME RS 422 SD + (2) CLU AUX 1 AUD RTN
DME SPARE DMERS 422 SD+ (1) CLU ACH DATA (-)

V/I RS 422 SERD lB V/I MKIRLAMPM

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Function ADF DC

Connectorin P
------A47-----J-[ 1-------A33---A7------ Y ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC

Connects To

SIN/SIN OUT

n C164J1A-6124)--------~f ( --------RMI, 65J2A-34

CLU SPARE CLU SPARE CLU SPARE CLU SPARE ADF HF KEY CLUAUX 2 AUD HI CLUAUX 2 AUD RTN CLUACH NAV CLOCK+ CLUACH DATA (+) DME 40 MV/MI CLUACH NAV CLOCKV/I MARKERLAMPI V/I GS SUPERFLAG CLU SPARE CLU SPARE ADF ANT TEST CLU SPARE ADF MOD SHLD V/I GND PS IN CLUACH GND CLU SPARE DME 28 VDC RET V/I RS 422 SER D 2B V/I +28 VDC DME +28 VDC ADF +28 VDC

-62 -63 -64 -65

---------------66 -----FIG.4-19 -67 ------NC -68 ------NC ---- 165J1-f -69 (24) ------ r~ ~ ---1----- --------- 165J1-P &---Y -70 (24)-------O---------165J1-M A58---!-i- ---- 165J1-N !----e---~ -71-----:NC -72 (24)-------G---------165J1-P ---J-!--------t g_i -73 (24) ------------------65J2A-59 -74 (24) -----------------65JIA-74 , C2J2-U -75------NC -76------NC -77-----------------------C158J1-C SEE NOTE3 FOR SHLD INFO -78-------NC -79-------NC

-80------NC -81 (24) -----------------* A -82------NC -83 (22)-----------------DC GND ----} 1---A95------84------NC -85 (22)------------------COpILOTS -86 (22) ------------------- VDC BUS 28 C164J1A-8720) ( ------------------} FIG.4-1 Interconnect Information Table501 (cent)

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FOR REMOTE RADIOS COPILOTS NAV UNIT RNZ-850 (cent) Function RSB SECONDARY (+) Connector Pin C164J1A-88 --------------=---A102----------13 ---B85-------89 ------NC Connects To FIG. 4-9

CLU SPARE

CLUSPARE ADFCOS MOD

-90------NC
-91 -------------=-----A104--------------- t ---A105---------- Y SEE NOTE 3 FOR SHLD INFO -92 -93 -94 -95 ------NC ------NC (22)------------------(22)------------------C158J1-B C158J1-H

CLU CLU ADF DME

SPARE SPARE 28 VDC RET 28 VDC RET

DC GND DC GND

CLU SHLD GND

-96 (24)--------1 ~~~ [~~~i-i--- ---------t ---L)

C116J1-35 C116J1-44

DME ACT 2 AUD OUT V/I +28 VDC DME +28 VDC ADF +28 VDC ADF LOOP EN

-97-------NC -98 (22)------------------99 (22)-------------------100 (20)----------------- } COPILOTS 28 VDC BUS FIG. 4-1

-~ol----------------------C158J1-K SEE NOTE 3 FOR SHLD INFO

RSB SECONDARY (-)

-102----------------=-A88 -------LJ-t --B85 ------- x ---- }

FIG. 4-9

CLU GND ADF SIN MOD ADF MOD SHLD CLU SPARE

-103 (22)---------------;--

DC GND

-104------------------=- -- C158J1-H A91--------------~-1 4 -- C158J1-B -105-----------------SEE NOTE 3 FOR SHLD INFO C164J1A-106-------NC

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Function Connector

Pin

Connects TO

DF +15 VDC

-- ------------ ----- C158J1-G -c164J1B-1 -SEE NOTE 3 FOR SHLD INFO


-2 (24)----.----- .---------3 ------NC -4 ------NC
FAN RED

LU FAN HI LU SPARE LU SPARE LU SPARE STAT I (DIGAUD) LU SPARE STAT RTN (DIG AUD) /1 SYNCCOMPIN X :LU ACH +28 VDC !/1 OBS D,G !/IOBs F //1OBI O SIN 1/1OBI O COS :LUMLS MORSEID RTN

-5 ------NC
-6 -7 -8 -9 -10 ------NC ------NC (22) (24) (24) ..--------------------------------------------------

165J1-E g$;~-:bC2Jl-CC

B50-----~ q-13 (24)~;;--------- - - ;;;:;;:~ --------- -- v A96----------14 ------NC

CLU SPARE CLU SPARE CLU SPARE CLU SPARE CLU SPARE CLU SPARE v/I 26 VAC 400 HZ H REF V/I RNAV VIDEOOUT V/I RNAV VIDEOGND V/I 400 HZ 26 VAC RET V/I VOR/LOC AUDIO CT ADF GND

-15 ------NC -16 ------NC -17 ------NC -18 ------NC -19 ------NC -20 (2z)------------------;:RVAC#04H$ .* -21 ------NC -22 ------NC ------------------- GND AC -23 (22) -24 ------NC DC c164J1B-2522) ( ------------------- GND

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COPILOTS AV UNITRNZ-850 N (cent)


Function Connector
C164J1B-26

Pin

Connpcts To -

CLU +5 VDC RTN ADF +15 VDC GND CLU SPARE DIG AUDIOBUS 2 (-)

STRAPP4 BLK (22)-------------------27-----------------------C158,J1-J SEE NOTE3 FOR SHLDINFO -28 ------NC -29 --------------- ---B42 __+l_ -- FIG.4-10 B67 -------- } -30 ------NC -31 ------NC -32 (24) ----------i~--~C116J1-44 B13-------- -- -- C116J1-60 - t Y A96---------33 ------NC -34 (24)------------------C2J1-EE -35 (24)------------------C2J1-FF -36 (24)-------~i-------- 160J!.-f, C160J1-f t ------ 160J1.-m, B51---t-t--C160J1-m Y B50----37 (24) ------------------RMI,65J2A-52, 65J2A-54 -38 (22) ------------------- GND DC -39 (22) -----------------COPILOT VDC 28 FIG.4-1 POWER, -40 (24)------------------STRAPP3 RED -41 ------NC -42 ------------------17- i} FIG.4-10 B29 ---------- 3 B67 ---------43 -44 ------NC

CLU SPARESTAT IN (DIGAUD) CLUAUDAUX SQUELCH CLU MLS MORSEID

V/I SYNCCOMP IN Y V/I OBS B V/I OBS C V/I VOR/LOC AUDIOHI

V/I OBI OGND V/I PWR GND V/I +28 VDC CLU CLUS+5V CLU SPARE DIGAUDIOBUS 2 (+)
CLU SPARE

CLU FAN RTN CLUAUD AUX XMT CLU SPARE V/I SYNCCOMP IN Z V/I OBS A V/I OBS E

(24)------------------FAN 13LU -45 ------NC -46 ------NC -47 -------NC -48 (24) -----------------C2J1-DD C164J1B-4924)------------------( C2J1-AA

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Function Connector Pin Connects To

V/I PWR GND V/I VOR/LOC AUDIOLO

V/I 28 VDC CLU SPARE CLU SPARE CLU SPARE ON SIDEMLS SEL CLU SIDESPARE CLU STRAPSD DATA CLU STRAPCLK V/I GS FLAG V/I SYNCOUT Z V/I SYNCCOMPVALID V/I MKR AUDIOCT V/I CC ILS MODE V/I TO/FROM + V/IMKR AUDIOHI DIGAUDIOBUS SHLD

C164J1B-5022) ------------------ GND ( DC -51 (24) --. - ---O---- ----- 160J1-m, 11 C160J1-m 1 36---T-T---- ---- ;;;:;~f; Y B50----52 (22) -----------------COPILOT VDC 28 FIG.4-1 POWER, -53 ------NC -54 ------NC -55 ------NC -56 ------NC -57 (24)------------------STRAPP1 GRN -58 (24)------------------STRAPP7WHT -59 (24) -----------------STRAP P6 BLU
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LOCK

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN FOR

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RADIOS

COPILOTS AV UNITRNZ-850(cent) N Function V/I ILSMODE LOGIC CLUSPARE V/IVOR/LOC DEV + V/I GS DEV + CLU SIDESELECT RSB PRIMARY (-) Connector in P Connects To

C164J1B-76-----NC -77 ------NC -78 (24)------------------C2J2-E,65J2A-65 -79 (24)------------------C2J2-D,65J2A-68 -80 ~~~~11j111111c1=j5--=STRAPP8 YEL -81 F B71 --------1-i~:-~IG q-~ Y B95 --------} -82 ------NC -83 ------NC -84 ----------------------STRAPP2 ORN -85 ------------------A A88 ---------------IG.4-9 F ---------JGlt} A102 -86 ------NC -87 ------NC -88 (24) ---------~--- --- 165JI-G II -89 ------NC JY4----- 165J],-F -90 (24)---------- ! A81--------91 (24)------------------RMI,65J1A-77, -92 ------NC C2J2-P -93 ------NC -94 ------NC -95 -----------------A Be1 -----------t} B81 ---------]:T- FIG.4-9 -96 ------NC -97 ------NC -98 (22) ------------------- GND DC -99 (24)------------------RMI,65J1A-80 -1oo-----NC -101-----NC -102-----NC -103-----NC -104-----NC 105-----NC C164J1B-10624) ( -----------------C2J2-S

CLUSPARE CLU SPARE CLUSTRAPWD LOAD RSBSHLD CLUSPARE ADF ON/OFF CLU ACH NAV CONTROL V/I RS 422 SERD 1A CLU ACH NAV CONTROL + V/IVOR SUPERFLAG V/I VOR/LOC FLAG V/I MKR AUDIOLOC CLUSPARE RSBSHLD CROSSSIDE MLS
CLU SPARE CLU GND ADF LOCK ADF RS 422 TXDA SEL

V/I SPARE V/I RS 422 SER D 2A V/I SYNCOUT Y V/I SYNCOUT X CLU SPARE V/ITO/FROM FLAGCOM &

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INSTALLATION BULLETIN REMOTERADIOS FOR COPILOTSAV N
Function ADF Connector UNIT RNZ-850 (cent)

Pin

Connects

To

RF INPUT AOF INNER SHLD ADF OUTERSHLD

-- C158J1-F C164J2-l- -TRC-50-2--------- C158J1-E 2=C164J2El OUTERSHLDOPEN 1 AT NAV END SEE NOTE3 FORSHLD INFO ------RG-58/U------~+----VOR/LOCANT C164J3-1 I------ VOR/LOCANT SHAD ---------------------------RG-58/U------\~ fXANT ----C164J4-1 r------ GSANT SHAD ---------------------------RG-58/U------fl MKRANT ----C164J5-1 Y------ MKRANT SHAD ---------------------RG-214/U-----fiJ DME ANT ----C164J6-l -----1 ----- DMEANT SHAD ----------------------

V/IANT V/I ANT V/I GS ANT V/I GS ANT V/I MKRANT V/I MKRANT DME ANT DME ANT

NOTE1: SHIELDS PAIRSA47-A61, OF AND TRIPLE A12-A22-A33 TIEOTOGETHER. ARE


NOTE 2: StiIELDS OF A42

AND PAIRSA16-A54, A44-A57, AND GROUND A28ARE TIED


CABLE CABLE. SHALL BE TROMPETER PN TRC-50-2 OR

TOGETHER.
NOTE 3: ADF ANTENt4ATRIAXIAL TRIAXIAL EQUIVALENT ALL

BE STANDARD #22AWG PERMIL-W-B1044 0? WIRES SHALL MIL-U-22759/16 EXCEPT NOTED. AS THE OUTERSHIELD JUMPERTO GNDAT THE ANTENNA SIDESHALLBE 20 AWG AND ITS LENGTH SHALLNOT EXCEED10 INCHES.

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OF

TRIPLES

B1l-B12-B37,

B9-BIO-B49

AND

B34-B35-B48

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APPENDIX A

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an

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PILOTS ELECTRONIC HSI

ED-6oo/t300
Function Connector Pin
) ~~ects To

PRIX DEFL (Ill) + -(SECX DEFL (OUT) + {28 V DC PWR 28 V DC PWR + + + {-

2Jl:; [;j]-------------j--:r65J1A-61 ----------------- 65J1A-62 i-- 65J1A-63 ------NC :: ------NC -5 (22)-------------------PILOT28VDC > POMER,FIG.A-1 -6 (22) -------------------7 (24}--,c7-------------65JIA-50, 125JlB-59 -~ (24)-;-;----65J,A-5, t ---------125JlB-6b r -36 ------9 (24)--------------FT- 65J1A-64 !------ 65JIA-65 -10 (24)-------------t-65JI~-65 -11------NC -12 ------NC

STROKE READY(PRI )

STROKE READY(PRI) SHIELD GND PRIY DEFL (IN) + <SEC Y DEFL (OUT) + {-

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SEC X

DEFL (IN) + {-

i ---- 125JIB-13 -18 (24) -------------19 (24) -------------~-& 125JlB-14 I

VALIDOUTPUT(SEC)(GND=VALID)-20------NC -21 (24)-------------------FIG.A-4 REVSELECT(PRI) -22 (22)------------------ SIGNAL GNII SIGNAL GND -23 (22)--------------F ----CHASSISGND CHASSIS GND 1 -24 (24)--------------?----125JlB-15 (IN) + SEC Y llEFL -(-25 (24)--------------~-~--125JIB-16 ~- SHIELD GND -26------NC INCLINOMETER LIGHTING + <-27------NC 2J1-28 ------NC SPARE

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Function REV SELECT (SEC) + DIM CONTROL {SPARE H RASTER

Connector Pin 2J1-29 -30 -31 -32 -33

Connects To

------NC
---(24)---------- n. $ (24)--------W--------NC (24)--------------------

115J1-40 215JI-41

W L STROKE READY(PRI)SHIELD GND


(PRI) + {1

DIM CONTROL

115J1-50 -34 (24)-------------------l15J1-51 -35 (24)-------------------115J1-52 -36 (20)-------------------- GND FOR SHIELD 2J1-7, 2JI-8
-37 ------NC -38 (24)------------- --=--39 (24)------------- I --&lD--

SPARE COLOR3

TEMPANNUN SPARE
COLOR 2 (PRI)

GND OUTPUT
+ (.

-40 (24)--------------------

65J1A-40 65JIA-41 65JIA-42 ANNUNCIATOR

-41 ------NC A
1 -42 -43 (24)-----D.-o-co(24)------------.j~-I - ~-b--

65J1A-37 65JIA-38 65J1A-39

STROKE READY(SEC)SHIELDGND
SPARE
COLOR 1

-44 ------NC -45 ------NC -46 (24)--------------=- 65J1A-34 $ +--47 (24)------------65J1A-35 -- 65JIA-36 -48 ------NC -49 ------NC -50 (24)--------------~j- 65J1A-31 I--r=-- 65J1A-32 -51 (24)------------L 65J1A-33 -52 ------NC 2J1-53------NC

(PRI)

+ (-

A
1

SPARE SPARE
COLORO (PRI) + (-

A1

SPARE SEC X DEFLSHIELD GND

A
1

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2J11~~~;~]--------------~T- 65J1A-28 ------- -- ----- t --- 65J1A-29 Y -- 65J1P:-30


-56 ------NC

SEC Y DEFLSHIELD 6ND


SPARE RASTER/STROKE (PRI) {-A + FLYBACK (PRI) <A 1

LEFTPHOTOSENSOR

OUT

+ {< - 2 A

RIGHTPHOTO SENSOR OUT +


COLOR3 (SEC) {+

-57 ------NC -58 (24) -------------r~r- 65J1A-47 i ----y-- 65J1A-48 -59 (24)-----------65J1A-49 -60 (24) --------------~~~ 65J1A-43 1 ---~y-65J1A-44 -61 (24)------------. 65J1A-45 -62------NC -63------NC -64------NC -65------NC -66 (24)--------------:r- 125JIB-53 1 ~ ---JVi--125JIB-54 -67 (24)-----------68 (24)--------------.~l--25JIB-51 1 ~ -69 (24)--------------Y--25JIB-52 1

COLOR2 (SEC) { COLOR1 (SEC) { COLORO (SEC)

A2

A2

-70 (24)----------- A ----r:--125JIB-49 t----$-71 (24) ---------:25JIB-50

+ {-

A2

-72 (24)----------- J ----r;--125J1B-47 1-73 (24) -------------vi--25JIB-48 1

VIDEO (SEC) {-

A 2

1 -74 (24)----------- --------

125J1B-45

2J1-75 (24)----------- I-------- 125J1B-46 Y

A
2

~-- SHIELDGND SEE PARA4.1.3.4.B

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Function RASTER/STROKE (SEC) {+ Connector Pin 2J1-76 (24)------------ ---~~;-77 (24)------------1 ---!=!Connects To 125J1B-55 125J1B-56

FLYBACK (SEC)

+ {-

A2

-78 (24)--------------fj-- 125J1B-57 I 2J1-79(24} -----------~---~-i-125J1B-58 1 -- SHIELD GNO

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ED-6oo/8oo
Function Connector Pin Conn~cts To -

PRI XDEFL (IN) + <SHIELD SEC XDEFL

3J1-1 (24)------------------ 65JIA-55 i -~:]--2 (24) ------------65J1A-56


--- 65J1A-57

(OUT) + {+ +

------NC :: ------NC -S (22) ------------------- 28 V DC PILOT -6 (22) -------------------- FIG. -1 ) POWER, A (24) ------~~j--------65J1A-23, 125J1A-59 (24) --~#---~#------- 65J1A-24, 125J1A-60 -36 -9 (24) -------------~r- 65J1A-58 ---- 65J1A-59 -lo (24) ------------L-. 65J1A-60 -11 ------NC -12 ---:-NC

28 V DC P14R 28 V DC PMR

STROKEREADY(PRI )

STROKEREADY(PRI)SHIELD GND PRI Y DEFL(IN)~+


LS1-lIELf) SEC Y DEFL

(OUT) + <-

-13 (22) --------------------PMl? GND DC DC PMRGND (22)-------------------VALIDOUTPUT(PRI)(GND=VALID)d: (24)-------------------65J1A-19 STROKEREADY(SEC) + ------NC {-17 ------NC
POWER RETURN -14 SEC X DEFL

POWERRETURN

(IN) + {-

-18 (24)----------------- 125Jl13-9 I--vi--19 (24)------------125J1B-10

VALIDOUTPUT(SEC)(GND=VALID)-20 ------NC REV SELECT(PRI) -21 (24) ---------------- FIG.A-4 -SIGNAL GN!I -22 (22)-----------------SIGNALGND -CHASSIS GND -23 (22)-----------------CHASSISGND -SEC Y DEFL(IN) + -24 (24) ------------/ ------ 125Jl&ll 1--L=-3J1-25(24)------------125J1B-12 <I -- SHIELD GND 1 !L SEE PARA4.1.3.4.A.

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3JI-26(22) ------------------;f:E;I:HTING .[~$~ (22) ------------------- GND DC ------NC SPARE -29 ------NC REV SELECT(SEC) n-30 (24)---------- ------ 115JI-38 + DIM CONTROL (-31 (24) -------- t W------ 115J1-39 -32 ------NC SPARE -33 (24) -----------------H 3 -34 (24)------------------RASTER IJIM CONTROL W -35 ------NC { -36 (24) ------------------SHIELDGNDFOR STROKE READY(PRI)SHI:LDGND 3J1-7, 3J1-8 INCLINOMETER LIGHTING + [ SPARE COLOR3 (PRI) + (A1 -37 ------NC -.q.- 65J1A-13 -38 (24) ----------! --11-- 65JlA-14 -39 (24) ----------t 65J1A-15 -40 (24)-------------------ANNUNCIATOR

TEMPANNUNGIWIOUTPUT SPARE COLOR2 (PRI) + (A1

STROKE READY (SEC)


COLOR

SPARE 1 (PRI)

+ (-

SPARE SPARE COLORO (PRI) SPARE

+ (-

-41 ------NC -42 (24) ---------------- 65J1A-10 1---- 65J1A-11 -43 (24)------------Y .- 65J1A-12 -44 ------NC SHIELD GND -45 ------NC -46 (24)-------------~~:-- 65J1A-7 1 A I- -47 (24)------------- -- 65J1A-8 Y --- 65JlA-9 -48 ------NC . . -49 ------NC -50 (24)------------i ~-- 65JIA-4 A1 -51 (24) -----------------65J1A-5 -- 65J1A-6 3J1-52------NC

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Function Connector Pin

Connects o T

SEC X DEFLSHIELD GND VIDEO(PRI)


{+ A 1

3J1-53------NC
-54 -55 (24)----------(24)-----------------i ----&~&--

SEC Y DEFLSHEILD GND

-56 ------NC

65J1A-1 65J1A-2 65J1A-3

FLYBACK (PRI)

+ <-

A
1

+ { RIGHTPHOTOSENSOR OUT ; { COLOR3 (SEC) + {COLOR2 (SEC) + {COLOR1 (SEC) + {COLORO (SEC) { VIDEO(SEC) + + A2 A2 A2 A2

LEFTPHOTOSENSOR OUT

65J1A-20 65J1A-21 65J1A-22 -60 (24)------------------65J1A-16 -61 (24)--------------&~- 65J1A-17 --65J1A-18 -62------NC -63------NC -64------NC -65------NC -66 (24)-------------l=r--125J1A-53

---

1---&!-- 125J1A-54 -67 (24)-----------68 (24)----------- L ---;-;--125J1A-51 1---!:!--125J1A-52 -69 (24)-----------70 (24)--------------);--125J1A-49 1 -71 (24)-----------Y---:=!-125J1A-50 -72 (24)----------- A ----:-1-125J1A-47. i----ut--73 (24)----------125JIA-48 -74 (24) ---------- A ----;-;-125J1A-45

{4
2 4
SEE PARA4.1.3.4.B.

I -------J1-75(24) ---------125J1A-46

---

SHIELII GND

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Function
RASTER/STROKE (SEC) {: x:; :;:::::::::::: 1

Connector Pin

Connects

To

FLYBACK (SEC) {

A
2

-78 (24)--------------j-r-125J1A-57 3J1-79(24)--------------!~--125J1A-58 Y L -SHIELD GND

L I
:;:::::

::::;

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Function ADI VIDEO(+) ADI VIDEO (-)


ADI VIDEO SHIELD GND

Connectorin P
I

Connects o T

ADI COLORO (+) ADI COLORO (-) ADI COLORO SHIELD GND ADI COLOR1-(+) ADI COLOR1 (-) ADI COLOR1 SHIELD GND ADI COLOR2 (+) ADI COLOR2 (-) ADI COLOR2 SHIELD GND ADI COLOR3 (+) ADI COLOR 3 (-) ADI COLOR3 SHIELD GND ADI FLYBACK (+) ADI FLYBACK (-) ADI FLYBACK SHIELDGND ADI VALID ADI R/S (+) ADI R/S (-) ADI R/S SHIELD GND ADI SR (+) ADI SR (-) ADI CS SR (+) ADI CS SR (-) AD CS VALID HS VIDEO(+) HS VIDEO(-) GND HS VIDEOSHIELD HS COLORO (+) HS COLORO (-) HS COLORO SHIELD GND HS COLOR1 (+) I-IS COLOR1 (-) HS COLOR1 SHIELD GND HS COLOR2 (+)

65J1A-1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7 -8 -9 -lo -11 -12 -13 -14 -15 -16 -17 -18 -19 -20 -21 -22 -23

3J1-54 (24) -O;----------3J1-55 (24) J------------(24)--Y 3J1-50 (24) l=j----------} ---------3J1-51 (24) -Y--(24)-- L . ------- 3J1-46 (24) 1-1 - --1---------3J1-47 (24)--Y * 3J1-42 (24 ,-, ~ .-. ! 3J1-43 (zfl)----------------(24)--Y 3J1-38 (24) -.=------------{-(24)--.-;-- -.--- 3J1-39 (Zbj.-l 3J1-60 (24) -,~1----------3J1-61 (24) -------------(24)--Y 3J1-15 (24) ---------------3J1-58 (24) :7-- ---------I---------3J1-59 (24) ----(24)--Z (24) ----------r~r- 3J1-7, 125J1A-59 I -~:-- 3J1-8, -24 (24) ---------125J1A-60 TL -3J1-36 -25 ------NC -26 ------NC

-27 ------NC -------------;;;-:: :;; [;:]-fl --------------. -30 (24)--Y i -31 (24)--=7------------2J1-WI [ ----------32 (24)-----2J1-51 -33 (24)--Y ~ -34 (24)--=-------------2J1-~16 2J1-47 J-----------35 (24)-~-L-36 (24)--Y ~ 65J1A-37(24)-j~j-?----------2J1-42

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Function

Connectorin P

Connects To

HSI COLOR2 (-) HSI COLOR2 SHIELD GND HSI COLOR3 (+) HSI COLOR3 (-) HSI COLOR3 SHIELDGND HSI FLYBACK (+) HSI FLYBACK (-) HSI FLYBACK SHIELD GND HSI VALID HSI R/S (+) HSI R/S (-) HSI R/SSHIELD GND HSI SR {+) HSI SR (-) HSI CSSR (+) HSI CSSR (-) HSI CSVALID ADI XDEFOUT (+) ADI XDEFOUT (-) ADI XDEF SHIELDGND ADI Y DEFOUT (+) ADI Y DEF OUT (-) ADI Y DEF SHIELD GND HSIX DEFOUT (+) HSI X DEFOUT (-) HSI X DEFSHIELDGND HSI Y DEFOUT (+) HSI YDEFOUT (-) HSI Y DEF SHIELD GND DC811DATA(+) DC811DATA(-) RESERVED

11~ 65J1A-38(24)--------------2J1-43 -39 (24)--Y -40 (24) -=-----------2J1-38 !----------41 (24) ----2J1-39 -42 (24)--Y 2J1-60 -43 (24)-l=_i----------1----------44 (24)-----2J1-61 -45 (24)--Y -46 (24) ---------------2J1-15 -47 (24) -=-----------2J1-58 i----------48 (24)-J-L-2J1-59 -49 (24)--Y -50 (24) ----------T=r2J1-7, 125J1B-59 1-~-l -51 (24) ---------- - 2JP8, -52 ------NC -53 ------NC

f -.

125J1B-60 2J1-36

-54 ------NC ------55 (24) -7~r---t---------56 (24) ----, -57 (24).-Z ------58 (24) ----------- --59 (24) -J--------60 (24)---Y ------61 (24) -1~7---------- -- -------62 -63 f;:]---y~ ------64 (24) --9-- ---, ------65 (24) -J-J-y----66 (24)---Y I ------67 (24) -l~T---{ -------68 (24) ------- SHIELD GND 65J1A-69------NC

3J1-1 3J1-2
--

3J1-9 3J1-10 2J1-I 2J1-2 2J1-9 2J1-10

--

115J1-34 115J1-35

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PILOTS SYMBOL GENERATOR (cent) SG-605/805 Function RESERVED RESERVED RESERVED VALIDIN 1 SRN DME VLD VALIDIhl SRN VRTDV VLD 2 VALIDIN 3 SPO DEV VLD VALIDIN 4 VNAVDEVVLD VALIDIN 5 SRN LATOV VLD
VALID IN 6 RAC) ALT 1 VLD

Connector in P

Connects To

------NC 65J1A-70 -71 ------NC -72 ------NC -73 (24) ----------------C164J1A-46, 125J2B-23 -74 (24)----------------C164J1A-74, 125J2B-24 -75 (24)----------------FIGA-5 -76 (24) ----------------16J1-22, 7J1B-9 125J2B-26
-77 -78 (24)---------------- (24)----------------C164J1B-91, 125J2B-27 FIG A-6,20J1-Y 7J1B-35

VALID

IN 7 RADALT 2 VLD VALIDIN 8 LRN1 LAT OV VLD (ADF 2 VALID WHENDIN 6 = GND) VALIDIN 9 LRN1VRT DV VLD IN1OADF VLD VALID VALIDIN1lFDC VLD VALIDIN12HDG 1 VLO VALIDIN13ATT 1 VLD VALIDIN14CS/SGVLD VALIDIN15ARINCO VLII VALIDIN16LRN 1 28 V WPT ALERT VALIDIN17ROT VLD
VALID IN18 TCS 65J1A-90

-79------NC
-80 (24)-----------------81 ------NC

C164JIB-99

-82 (24)----------------164J1B-99, 125J2B-32 -83 (24)----------------7J1B-47, 125J26-33 -84 (24)----------------6J1-e,125J2B-34 -85 (24)----------------lJI-GG,7J1A-19 125J2B-35 -86 (24) ----------------125J1B-18 -87------NC -88 ------NC
-89 ------NC (24) -----------------

1OJ1B-19, 125J2B-40

~:

ALL

VALIDS

ARE

+28

V DC.

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PILOTS SYMBOLGENERATOR (cent) SG-605/805 Function VALIDIN19SPARE VALIDIN20HDG 2 VLD


VALID VALID IN21 IN22 ATT 2 VLD

Connector in P ------ NC 65J1A-91


-92 -93 (24)---------------------NC

Connects To
C2J2-X, 125J2B-58

AP ENGAGED IN IN

-94 (24)----------------;:;J~Bi:4, -95 (24)----------------llJ1-H, 1OJ1B-15 125J2B-45 -96 (24)----------------16J1-23, 125J2B-46

VALID IN23 TK DETENT

VALIDIN24APS VLI) IN
DIN O SYMGEN L/R IDO

-97

------

NC

DIN 1 DC811 -98 (24) ----------------65J1A-105 DIN 2 SRBRG3/4 -99 (24)----------------65J1A-105 DIN 3 ADFBRG 3/4 -100 (24) ---------------65J1A-105 DIN 4 ASCB D/S -101------ NC DIN 5 EFISD/S -102(24) --------------65J1A-105 DIN 6 CROSSIDE SENSOR DISABLE-10324) --------------( 65J1A-105 DIN 7 ROT ON/OFF -104------ NC DIN GND -105(24)----------------PROGGND ATT PULSEOUT 65J1A-106(24)----------------125J1A-40

NOTE:

ALL

VALIDS

ARE

+28

V DC.

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DIN

Connector in P
65JlB1~ &--~; -----------

Connects o T
65J1A-105

8 CPMNON/OFF 9 WINDPO/XY 10 +5V ROT VAL 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23


24

DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN

25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

(24) ---------------15J1-7, 125J2A-33 RALT IDO ------ NC RALT ID1 :: ------ NC TRANSITIONN/OFF O ~~ (24) ---------------65J1A-105 LRN1PHASE(P/S) ------ NC ADI ONHSI (OFF/ON) ------ NC SRN2ID1 :: ------ NC ADF 1/2 -10 (24)----------------65J1A-105 MLS 1/2 -11 (24)----------------65J1A-105 wow -12 (24)----------------FIGA-8 GSPDIDO -13 (24)----------------65J1A-105 GSPDID1 -14 ------ NC ATT # IDO -15 ------ NC ATT # ID1 -16 ------ NC ATTGL IDO -17 ------ NC ATTGL ID1 -18 ------ NC ATT2P/S -19 ------ NC RESERVED -20 ------ NC FLIP -21 ------ NC HDG1DEF -22 ------ NC HDG1F/S-M/T -23 (24)----------------TOF/SSWITCH HDG # IDO -24 ------ NC HDG # ID1 -25 ------ NC HDTGL IDO -26 ------ NC HDTGL ID1 -27 ------ NC HDG2DEF -28 ------ NC HDG2F/S-M/T -29 (24)----------------TOF/SSWITCH HDG2P/S -30 ------ NC S BRG CD/CS 65J1B-31------ NC

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DIN DIN
DIN

Connector in P

Connects To

39 SRN SRC IDO 40 SRN SRC 101 41 DME TTN 42 TTL 43 SRN TGL
44 45
46 ~

65J1B-32------NC -33 (24)----------------65J1A-105 -34 (24)----------------C164J1A-3, 125J2A-50 ~:~ (24) ---------------C164J1B-64


------NC

HSI MODE RESERVED


LNAV MODE GND

-37 -38
-39 -40 GND -41

------NC ------NC
(24)----------------(24)----------------(24) ----------------7J1A-72, 125J1A-63 7J1B-68, 125J1A-64 7J1B-71, 125J1A-65

DIN
DIN

47
48

GA
ASEL

MODE GND
ARM MODE MODE

8J1-~

DIN
DIN

49

ASEL CAP

GND

.42 (24)----------------7J1B-72, J1-g 8 125J1A-66


-43 (24)----------------7J1A-71, 8J1-~ 125J1A-67,

50 HDG SEL MODE GND

llJ1-~ DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN


DIN

51 RESERVED 52 ALT HOLDMODE GND 53 V/S HOLDMODEGND 54 55


56

-44 ------NC
-45 (24) ----------------7J1B-75, 125J1A-68 8J1-Q

DIN DIN
DIN

57 58
59

DIN A 1

60

-46 (24) ---------------7J1B-76, J1-Z, 8 125J1A-69, 115J1-47 IAS HOLD MODE GND -47 (24)----------------7J1B-77, J1-X, 8 125J1A-70, 115JI-48 -48 (24)----------------7J1B-78, MACH HOLD MODE GND 125J1A-71 -49 (24) ----------------7J1B-69, J1-g 8 GS ARM MODE GND 125J1A-72 GS CAP MODE GND -50 (24) ----------------7J1B-70, J1-h 8 125J1A-73, 1OJ1B-21 VNAVARM MODEGND -51 (24) ---------------7J1B-73, J1-S 8 125J1A-74 CAP MODE GND VNAV -52 (24) ----------------7J1B-74, J1-T 8 125J1A-75 LRN1SRC NORM/ALT 65J1B-53------NC

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Connector Pin

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DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN


DIN DIN

61 LRN1BRG CARD/ CASE 62 NAVARM MODEGND 63


NAV CAP MODE

65J1B-54------NC 7J1A-85, 125J1A-76 -56 (24) ---------------7J1A-$36, 125J1A-77 -57 (24) ---------------7J1A-68, 8J1-~ 125J1A-78 7JIA-67, 8J1-14 -58 (24)-----------------55 (24)----------------125J1A-79
-59 -60 (24) ----------------7J1A-137, 125J1A-80 7J1A-$38, 125J1A-81

GND

64 BCARM MODEGND 65 BC CAP


66 67
MODE

GND

VORAPR ARM MODE GND VORAPR CAP MODE GND

(24)-----------------

DIN DIN DIN DIN.


DIN

68 69 70 71
72

LRN1BG/DA LRN1IDO LRN1ID1 LRN1ID2


LRN1 LRN1 1D3 SRC

-61 -62 -63 -64


-65

------NC ------NC (24)----------------65J1A-105 (24)----------------65J1A-105


(24)----------------65J1A-105

DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN

73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82

IDO

-66 ------NC
-67 (24)----------------- 65J1A-105

LRN1 SRC ID1

SRN2IDO LRN1DT/DA LRNTGL IDO LRN TGL ID1 LRN1MG/TU LRN2IDO LRN2ID1 LRN2ID2

-68 -69 -70 -71


-72

------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC


------NC

-73 ------NC -74 ------NC 65J1B-75------NC

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Function

Connector Pin

65J1B-76------NC LRN2ID3 -77 ------NC LRN2SRC IDO ------NC -78 LRN2SRC ID1 AIR DATACMD DISABLE -79 ------NC -80 ------NC SPARE -81 (24)----------------65J1A-105 LRN1BRG 3/4 BRG 3/4 WHEN DIN 6 = GND) -82 (24)----------------65J1A-105 89 CITATION 11/V ------NC 90 IRS1AN/DIG :R ------NC 91 IRS2AN/DIG -85 ------NC 92 RAD ALT S/D -86 (24) ---------------65J1A-105 93 A/S,AOA,SPD IDO -87 (24)----------------65J1A-105 94 A/S,AOA,SPD ID1 -88 ------NC 95 CS IN -89 ------NC 96 COUPLE1/2 -90 ------NC DIN SEL MODEGND 97 STBY DIN -91 ------NC 98 SPARE -92 (24) ---------------65J1A-105 DIN 99 ATT #1 WRAP -93 ------NC DIN 100ATT #2 WRAP -94 ------NC DIN 101ATT #3 WRAP -95 ------NC DIN 102ATT #4 WRAP DIN -96 ------NC 103RESERVED -97 ------NC DIN 104 RESERVED -98 ------NC DIN 105 FMS SINGLE/DUAL -99 ------NC DIN 106A/S, AOA,SPD ID2 DIN -1oo------NC 107 CAA RULES DIN -101------NC 108 SPARE DIN -102------NC 109SYMGENL/R ID1 RESERVEDDC IN (+) -103------NC RESERVEDDC IN (-) -104------NC RESERVEDDC OUT (+) -105------NC RESERVEDDC OUT (-) 65J1B-106-----NC DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN (ADF2 DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN 83 84 85 86 87 88

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POWER

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65J2A-1 (22) ----------------;;~;;28 V -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7 -8 -9

+28 VOLTPOWER HDG VALIDIN 28 VOLTRETURN 28 VOLTRETURN CHASSIS GND -CHASSIS GND SIGNAL GND SIGNAL GND GND DISCRETE TO/FRDC IN (+) TO/FRDC IN (-) ONSIDEACREF (+) ONSIDEACREF (-) #1 PITCHX #1 PITCHY #l PITCHZ #1 ROLLX #1 ROLLY #1 ROLLZ #1 HDGX #1 HDG Y #l HDGZ

(22) -----------------FIGURt A-1 (24) ----------------125JIB-82

DC

(22) ----------------- PWR GND DC (22) ----------------- PhlR DC GND (24)----------------CHASSIS GND (24) ----------------CHASSIS GND (24) -----------------SIGNAL GND (24) ----------------SIGNAL GND -io (24) --------------DISCRETE GND -11 (24)----,:---------125JIB-97, Ilk -12 (24)----U---------125JI.B-98,

PILOT26VAC , FIGA-3 SHIELD GND -14 AC GND ----SHIELD GND -15 (24) ---------~--~j-lJ1-x, t 125J3A-1 -16 (24) -----------+ lJ1-y, 125J3A-2 ~ -17 (24) ---------------lJI-z., - II 125J3A-3 1 SHIELD I --GND -18 (24) -----------~~r-lJ1-p,57Jl-E f 125J3A-4 -19 (24) -----------~-;-lJ1-CI,57J1-F 125J~A-5 -20 (24) --------~----+~lJ1-r,57Jl-G 125J3A-6 I SHIELD GND -21 (24) -----------+ 6J1-L, 125J3A-7 -22 (24) -----------:-:-6JI-M, 125J2,A-8 65J2A-23 (24) -------j----l~--6J1-K, 125J3A-9 1 SHIELD GND

-13

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SYSASCBA DATA (+) SYSASCBA DATA (-) SYSASCBA CLK (+) SYSASCBA CLK (-) #1 HDG SYNC+
#1 HOG SYNC -

MFD G/S DEV DC IN (-) #1 LRN DSR TRK X #l LRN DSR TRK Y #1 LRN DSR TRK Z #2 ADF BRG X/SIN #2 ADF BRG Y/COM #2
ADF

n - ---65J2A-24 ----- ---- --- ---II ---------- --- FIG.A-9 -25 ------V n -26 ----- --------- _--.-FIG.A-9 ----- --------- -----27 ;--28 (24) --------------~1 6J1-U, t 125J3A-13 -29 (24)--------------!!*6J1-V, 125J3A-14 Y SHIELDGND -30 (24) -----------------125J2B-12,
L-_

TS WITH 65J2A-99

BRG Z/COS

#2 ADF BRG COM #1 LRNTO/FROM(+) #1 LRN TO/FROM(-) #1 LRN LAT DEV (+) #1 LRN LAT DEV (-) DH H DH W

C164J1A-61, 125J3A-48 C164J1A-33, 125J3A-49 C164J1A-47, 125J3A-50 Iii ----37 (24)----------J- - C164J1A-33, 125J3A-51 -38 ------NC -39 ------NC -40 ------NC -41 ------NC -42 (24)-----------------125J1B-33 65J2A-43(24) -----------------115J1-54, 125J3A-25

------NC ------NC ------NC (24)---------;----t lj -35 (24)---------1 ,-----t +;&-36 (24)---------

-31 -32 -33 -34

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Function
DH L

Connector Pin

Connects To ..-

CRS SEL X/TACH + CRS SEL Y/TACH CRS SEL Z


SHIELD GND HDG SEL X TACH
+

HDG SEL Y TACHHDG SEL Z SHIELD GND VOR BRG X/SIN VOR BRGY/COM VOR BRGZ/COS VOR BRG SP/COM #l ADF BRG X/SIN #l ADF BRG Y/COM #1 ADF BRG Z/COS #1 ADF BRG SP/COM ,

115J1-55, 65J2A-44 (24) -----------------125J3A--26 -45 (24) -----------------23JI-0, 125J3A-27 /1 ----------- 23J1-E.. -46 (24)-i-,{ 125J3A-28, -47 (24)-j!- ----------- 23J1-F, L 125J3A29, ? (24)--n - --- 23J1-L. -48 (24)-1-i -------+ 125J3A-30, -49 (24)-;-I ------------23J1-M, t 125J3A-31, -50 (24) $--------------1-! 23J1-N, 125J3A-32, Y
f-q -51 (24)~~~-------rl ---ii ----52 (24)----------1

LI ---53 (24)----------lj
+

,?

LJ*----54 (24)----------

K -----55 (24)--------:------- 164J1A-61, + 125J3A-37 -56 (24)-------:+ ------ 164J1A-33, ? 125J3A-38 -57 (24) ------- f------ 164J1A-47, ~-:125J3A-39 *-----65J2A-58 (24)-------i-l125J3A-40, 164J1A-33 Y----SHIELDGND

C164J1E!-11, 125J3A-33 C164J1EI-37, 125J3A-34 C164J1E!-12, 125J3A-35, C164J1E-37, 125J3A-36 SHIELD GND

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INNERMKR(+) MARKER COMMON MIDDLEMKR(+)

65J2A-59 (24)-----------------C164J1A-73, 125J2B-75 -60 (24)-------, -61 (24)-----=--------- 325J2B-77, C164J1A-60 TS with65J2A-1OO -62 (24)----- -- ------- 1.25J1B-99 f-j$ -63 (24)-----------------125J2B-79, C164J1B-74 -64 ------NC -65 (24)-----------------C164J1B-78, 125J3A-41 -66 (24)-----------------C164J1B-75, 125J3A-42 -67 (24)-----------------C164J1B-75, C2J2-C 125J3A-43, 65J2A-66 -68 (24)-----------------C164J1B-79, . . 125J3A-44,C2J2-D -69 (24)----------- -- FIG A-6 --70 (24) ---------- --- -- SHIELD GND

MFD LAT STEER


OUTER MKR (+) SPARE

SRNCRS DEV (+) SRNCRS DEV (-) SRNGS DEV (-)

SRNGS DEV (+) RADALT (+) RADALT (-) SPEEDCMD (+) SPEEDCMD (-) PITCH CMD PITCH CMD
(+) (-)

u)]
----t] --L+ --

71 -72

(24)----------(24)-----------

FIG SHIELD

A-5

ROLLCMD (+)

GND 7J1B-30, 125J3A-58 t --74 (24) ---------- II -- ;7J1B-31, 125J3A-59 T -- SHIELD GND 65J2A-75 (24)------------0-- 7J1A-29, t 11 :125J3A-60 -73 (24)------------m-

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PILOTS SYMBOL GENERATOR (cent) SG-605/805 Function ROLL CMD (-) Connector Pin 65J2A-76 (24)------------k --!-!Y -(24)----------- --r~r(24)-----------1 --!-~Y -AIR DATA CMD (+) Connects To 7J1A-30, 125J3A-61 SHIELD GND 15J1-4, 125J3A-62 15J1-5, 125J3A-63 SHIELD GND

RATE OF TURN (+) RATE OF TURN (-)

-77 -78

AIR DATACMD (-)


STEER IN (+) STEER IN (-) MFD LRN SEL VALIN (P-ID2) MFD LAT STEER VALIN MFD NAV SEL VALIN (IDO) MFD V/L
MFD MFD MFD MFD GS DME TK DEV DEV VALIN VALIN

-79 (24)------------~r- 9J1-39, 125J3A-64 I ------ 9J1-33, 7J1B-37 -80 (24)----------125J3A-65 Y -- SHIELD GND
-81 -82 -83 -84 -85
-86 -87 -88

------NC ------NC (24)-----------------(24)-----------------(24)-----------------(24) ------------------

125J1B-83 125J1B-84 125J1B-85


125J1!3-86 125J1B-87 125J1B-88 125 J1B-89

(24------------------(24)-----------------(24) ------------------

VALIN DETENT VALIN

-89

AP ENGAGED VALIN

-90 -91

(24)-----------------(24)------------------

125J1B-90 125JiB-91

MFD ADS VALIN MFD

LNAVAPP DIN

125J1B-92 -92 (24) ----------------65J2A-93 (24)-----------------125J1B-93

MFD TTL DIN

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MFD DME TTN

DIN

65J2A-94(24)-----------------125J1B-94 -95 (24)-----------------125J1B-95 -96 (24)-----------------125J1B-96 -97 (24)-----------------125J2B-10 -98 (24)-----------------125J2B-9 TSWITH 65J2A-30 -99 (24)-----------------125J2B-11 TSWITH 65J2A-62 -100(24) ----------------125J1B-1OO -101(24)-----------------125J1B-101 -102(24) ----------------125J1B-102 -103(24) -----------y~i- 125J1B-103 I--L=L- 125J1B-104 -104(24) ---------1-- SHIELDGND -105(24)-------------F;- I25J1B-105 1--i:!--125J1B-106 65J2A-10624)----------( L-- SHIELD GND

MFDMID MARKDIN (5V) MFD PW MFD V/L


MOVE DEV

DIN DC IN (-)

MFD V/L DEVDC IN (+) MFD GS DEVDC IN (+) MFD LRN LATIN MFD DME IN (-)
MFD DME IN (+)

MFD CRS ERR (+)IN MFD CRS ERR (-)IN MFD HDG ERR (+)IN MFIIHDG ERR (-)IN

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PILOTS SYMBOL GENERATOR (cent) SG-605/805 Function DIN 112 SPL SEL O DIN 113 SPL SEL 1 DIN 114 SPL SEL 2 DIN 115 SPL SEL 3 DIN 116 SPL IN O DIN 117 SPL IN 1 DIN 118 SPL IN 2 DIN 119 SPL IN 3 FD LATDC OUT (-) SG PWR DN FD TO/FR DC OUT (+) FD TO/FR DCOUT (-) CROSS SIDE AC REF (+) Connector Pin 65J2B-1 -2 :: :: -----NC -----NC -----NC -----NC -----NC -----NC -----NC Connects To .!

:;
-9 -10 -11 -12 SHIELD -13

-----NlTjITH65J2B-1OO W
% (24)-5- -------------(24)~----------------(24)---5-------------(24)--~Y!------------GND --(24)------------ -r~iII 7J1A-18 FIGA-4 16J1-30 16J1-31 COP1LOT26VAC, FIG. A-3 AC PWR GND SHIEL[jGND

CROSS SIDE AC REF :2 PITCH X #2 PITCH Y

(-)

-14

(24)------------

/ -~-L~--

-15 -16

------NC ------NC

#2 PITCHZ #2 ROLLX #2 ROLLY #2 ROLLZ #2 HDG X


#2 HDG Y #2 HDG Z SYS ASCB B DATA (+) SYS ASCB B DATA (-) SYS ASCB B CLK (+) SYS ASCB B CLK (-)

-17 -18 -19 -20


-21 -22 -23 -24 -25
-26

------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC


(24)-----------------C2J1-S (24)-----------------C2J1-1: (24)--------------X-C2J1-11 ------- -------- --------------------------->FIG. 1 A-9 Y --______------------l~--) FIGc /~-9

65J2B-27

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Connectorin P

Connects o T

#2 HDG SYNC(+) #2 HDG SYNC(-) WX VIDEODATA(P) WX VIDEODATA(N) WX CONTROL DATA(P) WX CONTROL DATA(N) IASSET (+) MS SET (-) RA #2 (+) RA #2 (-) VNAVDEV (+) VNAVDEV (-) PROLINENAV(+) PROLINE NAV (-) PROLINE DME (+)
PROLINE DME (-)

SHIELD ARINCO DATA(+)

65J2Bj;~[;:]-----------------C6J1-U --------------- C6J1-V --30 (24}------------;~r- 125J3A-68 59J1-g t --~-L- 125J3A-69 -31 (24)----------f 59J1-h 1. SHIELD GND -32 (24)-----------L--T=;: 125J3A-70 f 59J1-m JLI ------ 125J3A-71 -33 (24)---------59J1-n T SHIELD GND -34 ------NC -35 ------NC -36 ------NC -37 ------NC -38 (24) -----------rfr- 16J1-28,7J1B-14 Y 125J3A-74 i --!-~- 16J1-27,7J1B-15 -39 (24)----------125J3A-75 7 L-SHIELD GND -40 (24)------------r~j- 164J1B-89, 125J3A-76 tll -41 (24)---------------- 164J1A-59, 125J3A-77 T &-- SHIELD GND -42 (24)------------;j- 164J1A-57, t 125J3A-78 ~1, -43 (24)----------- --Y-164J1A-44, 125J3A-79 1 SHIELD GND
L--

65J2B-44

(24)----------- --l=;: t

429 HS DATA FROM LRN 1

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Function Connector Pin 65J2B-45 (24)-----------i -~~!-Connects To 429 tlSDATA 1 FROM I-RN

ARINCO DATA (-) SHIELD GND


ARINC O SYNC (+) ARINC O SYNC (-) SHIELD GND

-46 ------NC -47 ------NC -48 ------NC -49 ------NC


-50 -51 -52 -53 -54 -55 -56

ARINCO
ARINC SHIELD

CLK O CLK

(+) (-)

GND ARINC1 DATA (+)


1 DATA (-)

ARINC SHIELD

GND ARINCI SYNC (+)

ARINC1 SYNC (-) SHIELD GND ARINC1CLOCK (+)


ARINC1 CLOCK(-)

SHIELD GND ARINC2 DATA (+) ARINC2 DATA (-)


ARINC3 DATA (+) ARINC3 DATA (-) SHIELD GND

t (24) ---?; ----------C164J1A-5, 125J3A-86 (24)----$---.-----C164J1A-15, 125J3A-87 (24)~~~-~ri---------C164J1A-26, 125J3A-88 (24) ---~y -----------C164J1A-45, 125J3A-89 (24)~~~-~r ---------C164J1A-19, + 125J3A-90 (24) ---~1-----------C164J1A-17, ---125J3A-91 ------NC

-57 ------NC -58 ------NC -59 ------NC


-60 -61 ------NC ------NC

ARINC4 DATA (+) ARINC4 DATA (-) SHIELD GND ARINC5 DATA (+) ARINC5 DATA (-) SHIELD GND ARINC6 DATA (+) ARINC6 DATA (-) SHIELD GND

-62 ------NC -63 ------NC


-64 65J2B-65 ------NC ------NC

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Function ARINC7 DATA (+) ARINC7 DATA (-) SHIELD GND

Connector Pin 65J2B-66 -67 ------NC ------NC

Connects To

ARINC8DATA (+) ARINC8DATA (-) SHIELD GND ARINC9DATA (+) ARINC9DATA (-) SHIELD GND OVERTEMPWARN FD GS DEV DC OUT
DOUT DOUT 1 2 (-)

-68 (24) ---------~r --- 116J1-33,125J3A-102 t ---69 (24) ---------!-- 116J1-2,125J3A1 -103 ~----- l16J~-35 -70 ------NC -71 ------NC -72 (24)----------------AIRCRAFT TS WITH65J B-99 ANNUNCIATOR
-73 -74 (20)-------NC ------&--- 7J1B-17

MST CMP WRN DH ~ 3 RAD/FDTEST DOUT 4 HDG CMPMON DOUT DOUT 5 ATT CMPMON 6 DME/GROUNDANGE R DOUT 1 VALOUT FD HDG VLDOUT 3 VAL OUT 1 SG VAL OUT 2 NAV SEL (P-ID1) FD LRNSEL VALOUT(P-ID2) FD LAT STRGVALOUT NAV SEL (P-IDO) FD LATDEV VALOUT FD VERTDEV VALOUT FD DME VALOUT FD TK DETENTVALOUT FD AP ENGAGED VALOUT FD APS VALOUT FD LNAVAPP DOUT FD TTL DOUT 1 }A FD DME TTN DOUT FD MID MARK (5V) FD PW MOVE
FD FD V/L V/L DEV DEV

~j~ -77 -78 -79 -80 -81


-82

----------------125J1A-23 f$j]----------------125JIA-25, FIG.A-6 ------NC ------NC (24)----------------125J1A-31 (24)----------------7J1A-23 (24)----------------125J1A-17


(24)----------------125J1A-19

OUT (-) OUT (+)

(24)----------------FIG.A-n (24)----------------7J1A-27 (24) ---------------- A-II FIG. (24) ---------------7J1A-16 (24)----------------7J1B-7 (24) ----------------7J1A-34,FIG.A-1o (24)----------------7J1A-49 (24) ---------------7J1A-46 (24) ---------------7J1B-38 (24)----------------7J1A-48 (24) ---------------7J1A-22 (24) ---------------7J1A-5O,FIG.A-1O (24)----------------7J1B-80 (24) ---------------7J1B-49, 1OJ1A-33 -97 (24) -----------~1 7J1A-20 -65J2B-98 (24)-----------Jd- 7J1A-21 t --

-83 -84 -85 -86 -87 -88 -89 -90 -91 -92 -93 _94 -95 -96

A1

CAUTION!

100mA maximum load

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Function Connector Pin

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FD G/S OEV OUT FD LRN LAT DC OUT FD DME DC OUT (-) FD DME DC OUT (+) FD CRS ERROR(+)OUT FD CRS ERROR(-)OUT SHIELD FD HDG ERROR (+) OUT
FD HDG ERROR (-) OUT SHIELD

TSWITH 65J2B-73 +:q&-------- 7J1B-16 65J2B-99 (24)----TS WI~H65J2B-9 ------- 7J1A-17 --100 (24)----+;:
-101 (24)---------- --r~--~li

7J1A-33,16J1-35

-102 (24) -----------+--- 7J1A-32,16J1-34 ---- SHIELDGND -103(24) ------------~--.~ 7J1A-41 -104(24) ----------LqL-- 7J1A-37 SHIELDGND -105(24)---------------- 7J1A-36 65J2B-106 (24)-----------Lyi--7J1A-37 --- SHIELDGND
,L ---

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PILOTS EFIS REMOTE CONTROLLER DC-811 Function SIGNAL GND LIGHTING 28V (H) LIGHTING 5V (H) Connector Pin 115J1-1 -2 -3 (22)-------------------------NC (22)-------------------Connects To SIGNAL GND PILOT 5 V LIGHTING,

LIGHTING COM +28 VDC POWER DC POWER GND SC/CP PB ELAPSED TIME PB REV PB COURSE SYNC PB ADC REV SW HEADING SYNC PB SPARE PB RESERVED HDG REV PB ATT REV PB
RESERVED

FIG.A-2 -4 (22)-------------------LIGHTING COM -5 (22)-------------------- 28 V DC PILOT PWR, FIG. A-1


-6 -7 -8 -9 -10 -11 -12 -13 -14 -15 -16 -17 -18 -19 -20 -21 -22 -23 -24 -25 -26 -27 -28 -29 -30 -31 -32 -33 -34 -35 (22)-------------------------NC ------NC ------NC (24)-------------------------NC (24)-------------------------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC (z4)-------------------------NC ------NC ------NC -----(24)-~- -------- ------(24)-IUI- --------------1
----

DC PWR GND

23J1-G 23J1-H

NAV REV PB PB RESERVED SPARE SPARE WX PB TEST CS REV SW SPARE SPARE RESERVED HDG SW1 HDG SW2 ATT SW1 ATT SW2 SPARE DC/SG BUS (H) DC/SG BUS (L) SHIELD GND DC/MG BUS (H) DC/MG BUS (L) SHIELD GND
FLIP

FIG. A-12

65J1A-67 65J1A-68 125J3A-23 125J3A-24

-36 (24)-<- --------------t 115J1-37 (24)-!!1- ---------------

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Function

CONTROLLER DC-811

(cent)

Connector Pin

Connects To

ADI DIM (H) ADI DIM (L) HSI DIM (H) HSI DIM (L) AP PITCHWHEELINPUT+ AP PITCHWHEELINPUTAP PITCHWHEELOUTPUT+
AP PITCH WHEEL OUTPUT -

+28 VDC AP ENGAGEINPUT VS HOLDMODEGND IASHOLDMODEGND MACHHOLDMODE GND WX DIM (H) WX DIM (W)
WX DIM DH (L)

SET (H)

115J1-38 (24)--------------fl 3J1-30 --39 (24) -------------j~ 3J1-31 i --40 (24)--fl----- ---- --- 2J1-30 -41 (24)--J~----- ---- -- 2J1-31 i -42 (24)------------------ FIG.4-7 -43 (24)----------------1 1 Y_- SHIELDGND ----------- FIG.A-7 44 (24)----TGj----- FIG.A-7 -45 (24)---- I ------Y SHIELDGND--46 (24) ------------------FIG.A-7 -47 (24)-------------------FIG.A-7 -48 (24)-------------------FIG.A-7 -49 ------NC -50 (24)-------------------2J1-33 -51 (24) ------------------2J1-311 -52 (24)-------------------2J1-35 -53 (24)-------------------125J1A-33 -54 (24)-------------------65J2A-43, 125J3A-25 -55 (24)-------------------65J2A-44, 125J3A-26. -56 (24)-------------------SIGNALGND -57 (24) ------------------FIGA-7,9J1-37 -58 (24)-------------------FIGA-7,9J1-38 -59 -----NC -60 -----NC -61 -----NC -62 -----NC -63 -----NC -64 -----NC -65 -----NC -66 -----NC -67 -----NC -68 (24)-------------------115J1.71 -69 (24)-------------------115J1-72 -70 -----NC -71 (24)-------------------115J1-68 -72 (24)-------------------115J1.69 115J1-73 -----NC

DH SET (W)
DH SET
FD MODE (L) COMMON

ADC SLEWENGAGE ADC SLEW + ADI ON GND SPARE SPARE SPARE HSI ON GND SPARE SPARE SPARE WX ON GND POSITION 3 POSITION 4 POSITION 5 ADF (L) LRNA (L) CIRCLEPTR
LRN B (L)

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PILOTS EFIS REMOTE CONTROLLER (cent) DC-811 Function


POSITION POSITION POSITION ADF (R) LRNA (R) LRNB (R) 3 4 5 DIAMOND PTR 115J1-79

Connector Pin
115J1-74 -75 -76 -77 -78 (24)-------------------(24)------------------------NC (24)-------------------(24)------------------------NC

Connects To
115J1-77 115J1-78 115J1-74 115J1-75

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MG-605/805 SYMBOL ( GENERATOR)
Function P- SEC ADI X DEFL Connector Pin Connects To

------NC IN (+) 125J1A-1 ------NC -2 P- SEC ADI X DEFL IN (-) SHIELD ------NC -3 P- SEC ADI Y DEFL IN (+) ------NC -4 P- SEC ADI Y DEFL IN (-) SHIELD ------NC P- SEC HSIX DEFL IN (+) ------NC :: P- SEC HSI X DEFL IN (-) SHIELD ------NC P- SEC HSI Y DEFL IN (+) -7 ------NC -8 P- SEC HSI Y DEFL IN (-) SHIELD , ------NC -9 C- SEC ADI X DEFL IN (+) -10 ------NC C- SECADI X DEFL IN (-) SHIELD -11 ------NC C- SEC ADI Y DEFL IN (+) C- SEC ADI Y DEFL IN (-) -12 ------NC SHIELD C- SEC HSIX DEFL IN (+) -13 ------NC C- SEC HS] X DEFL IN (-) -14 ------NC SHIELD C- SEC HSI Y DEFL IN (+) -15 ------NC C- SEC HSI Y DEFL IN (-) -16 ------NC SHIELD P SG VALIN(SGVALOUT1) -17 (24)-----------------65J2B-81 C SG VALIN(SGVALOUT1} -18 ------NC NAV SELVALIN (P-ID1) -19 (24)-----------------65J2B-82 NAV SEL VALIN(C-ID1) -20 ~--~--NC - MASTCOMPDIN DOUT1 21 ------NC -22 ------NC MAST COMPDIN DOUTI DH DIN DOUT2 -23 (24)-----------------65J2B-75 DH DIN DOUT2 -24 ------NC -25 (24) ----------------65J2EI;6,A-6 FIG. RAD/FDTESTDIN DOUT3 -26 ------NC RAO/FD TESTDIN DOUT3 -27 ------NC HOG COMPOIN DOUT4 -28 ------NC HOG COMPDIN DOUT4 -29 ------NC ATT COMPDIN DOUT5 -30 ------NC ATT COMPDIN DOUT5 -----------------652B-79 J DME GND RANGEDIN DOUT6 -31 (24) DME GND RANGEOIN 00UT6 125J1A-32------NC

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Function Connector Pin Connects To

P- DH SET IN (H) C- DH SET IN (H) P REV SEL IN (+) P REV SEL IN (-) C REVSEL IN (+) CREVSEL IN (-) RESERVED ATT IN : ATT IN FD 1 PWR IN
FD 2 PWR

125J1A1;;(24) ----------------115JI-53 ------NC -35 (24) ----------------FIGA-4 -36 ------NC -37 ------NC -38 ------NC -39 -40 -41 -42 ------NC (24)-----------------65J1A-106 ------NC (24)------------------ FD PILOT
28 V

IN

-43 ------NC -44 (24)----------------SIGNALGND -45 (24)----i~i ----------3J1-74 1 ----------3J1-75 -46 (24)----!-1-47 -48 -49 -50 -51 -52 125J1A-53 (24)----j-j (24)----[-1(24)----i-~ (24)----L-](24) ----i-r I 1 x ---------I ------------------1 ------------------1 ---------1+-( ---------3J1-72 3J1-73 3J1-70 3J1-71 3J1-68 3J1-69 3J1-66

FD RESETGND P/C-SEC ADI VIDEO (+) P/C-SEC ADI VIDEO (-) P/C-SEC ADI COLOR
P/CP/CP/CP/CP/CP/CSEC SEC SEC ADI ADI ADI COLOR COLOR COLOR COLOR COLOR COLOR3 O O 1 1 2 2 (+) (-) (+) (-) (+) (-) (+)

SECADI SEC ADI

(24)----1--1(24) ----1

SECADI

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Function P/C- SEC ADI COLOR 3 P/C- SEC ADI RAS/STRK (-) (+)

Connector Pin 125J1A-54 -55 -56 -57 -58 i (24)---~q~--, --------(24)---1-1-- --------(24)-------- --------(24)-------- --------f (24)---V---------

Connects To . 3J1-67 3J1-76 3J1-77 3J1-78 3J1-79

P/C- SEC ADI RAS/STRK (-) p/c-

f Iii
J

SEC ADI

FLYBACK

(+)

Plc-SEC ADIFLYBACK SHIELD GND


P- PRI ADI STRK RDY P- PRI ADI STRK RDY SHIELD C- PRI ADI STRK RDY C- PRI ADI STRK RDY
FD 1 LNAV MODE

(-)
(-)

il*

---------

(+)

-59 -60

(24)-------- -----;~r(24)-------- -----!;-) ------NC ------NC (24)----------------(24)-----------------(24)-----------------(24)-----------------(24)-----------------(24)-----------------(24)------------------

3J1-7 65J1A-23 %:;:-24 3J1-36

L --

(+)

(-)

-61 -62 -63 -64 -65 -66 -67 -68 -69

GND

FD 1 FD 1 FD 1
FD 1

GA MODE GND ASEL ARM MODE GND ASEL CAP MODE GND
I-IDS SEL MODE

GND

FD 1 FD 1

ALT HOLD MODE GND VS HOLD MODE GND

FD 1

IAS HOLD MODE GND

125J1A-70

(24)------------------

65J1B-39 7J1A-72 65J1B-40 7J1B-68 65J1B-41, 8J1-d_ 7J1B-71 65J1B-42, 8J1-~ 7J1B-72 65J1B-43, 8J1-r 7J1A--71, llJ1-~ 65J1EI-45, 8J1-~ 7J1B-75 65J1B-46 7J1B-76,8J1-Z, 115J1-47 65J1B-47 7J1B-77,8J1-X, 115J1-48

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65J1B-48,J1B-7[ 7 125J1A-71(24)-----------------65J1B-49,J1-g 8 -72 (24)-----------------7J1B-69 -73 (24)-----------------65JlB-50,8Jl-h FD 1 GS CAPMODEGND 7J1B-70, 1OJ1B-21 65J1B-51,J1-S 8 -74 (24) ----------------FD 1 VNAVARM MODEGND 7J1B-73 -75 (24) ----------------65J1B-52,J1-T 8 FD 1 VNAV CAP MODE GND 7J1B-74 65J1B-55 -76 (24) ----------------FD 1 NAV ARM MODE GND 7J1A-85, 65J1B-56 -77 (24) ----------------FD 1 NAV CAP MODE GND 7J1A-86, -78 (24) ----------------65J1B-57,J1-~ 8 FD 1 BC ARM MODEGND 7J1A-68 -79 (24) ----------------65J1B-58,J1-~ 8 FD 1 BC CAP MODE GND 7J1A-67 -80 (24) ----------------65J1B-59 FD 1 VORAPR ARM MODEGND 7J1A-87 -81 (24) ----------------65J1B-60 FD 1 VORAPR CAP MODEGND 7J1A-88 -82 ------NC MDIN81 SRN BRG CD/CS -83 ------NC MDIN82 LRN1PORTIDO -84 @~+ii-------------- 125J2A-105 MDIN83 LRN1PORTID1 -85 MDIN84 LRN2PORTIDO -86 ------NC MDIN85 LRN2PORTID1 -87 ------NC MDIN86 LRN3PORTIDO -88 ------NC MDIN87 LRN3PORTID1 -89 ------NC MDIN88 LRN4PORTIDO -90 ------NC MDIN89 LRN4PORTID1 -91 ------NC MDIN90 LRN1 IDO -92 (24) ----------------MDIN 91 LRN1 ID1 125J2A-105 -93 (24) ----------------MDIN 92 LRN1 ID2 125J2A-105 -94 (24) ----------------125J2A-105 MDIN 93 LRN1ID3 -95 ------NC MDIN94 LRN2IDO -96 ------NC MDIN 95 LRN2 ID1 -97 ------NC MDIN96 LRN2ID2 -98 ------NC MDIN97 LRN2ID3 125J1A-99------NC MDIN98 LRN3IDO FD 1 MACHHOLDMODEGND FD 1 GS ARM MODEGND

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MG-605/805SYMBOL ( GENERATOR)cent) (
Function MDIN 98 LRl13 ID1 Connector Pin
125J1A-1OO ------NC

Connects To

MDIN100 LRN3102 MDIN101 LRN3ID3 MDIN102 LRN4IDO (SRN2 IDOWHENMDIN64 = GND) MDIN103 LRN4ID1 (SRN2 ID1WHENMDIN64 =GND) MDIN104 LRN4102 (RESERVEDHENMDIN64 = GND) W
MDIN 105 LRN4 ID3
(RESERVED WHEN MDIN 64 =

-101------NC -102------NC -103------NC -104------NC -105------NC

125J1A-106 ------NC

GND)

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MG-605/805 (SYMBOL GENERATOR)

(cent)

Function C- SEC ADI X DEFL OUT (+) C- SEC ADI X DEFL OUT (-) C- SEC ADI Y DEFL OUT (+) OUT (-) SEC ADI Y DEFL

Connector Pin 125J1B-1 -2


-3

Connects To

------NC ------NC
------NC

C-

-4 -5 -6 -7 -8 -9 -10 -11 -12 -13


-14

------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC (24)-------C----(24)------~-~-i ----x (24)---------- ----(24)------~-~- 1 ----x (24)---------- ----t ----(24)------J-I3J1-18 3J1-19 3J1-24 3JI-25 2J1-18
2J1-19

C- SEC HSI X DEFL OUT (+) C- SEC HSI X DEFL OUT (-) C- SEC HSI Y C- SEC HSI Y SHIELD GND P- SEC ADI X P- SEC ADI X
P-

DEFL OUT (+) DEFL OUT (-) DEFL OUT (+) DEFL OUT (-)

SEC ADI Y DEFL OUT (+) P- SEC ADI Y DEFL OUT (-) P- SEC HSI X DEFL OUT (+) P- SEC HSI X DEFL OUT (-) HSI Y DEFL OUT (+) P- SEC HSI Y DEFL OUT (-) SHIELD GND P SG VALOUT (SG VALOUT1) C SG VALOUT (SG VALOUT1) NAV SEL VALOUT (P-ID1) (C-ID1) NAV SEL VALOUT P MAST COMP DOUT1 C MAST COMP DOUT1 A1 P DH DOUT2 C DH DOUT2 P RAD/FD TEST DOUT3 }
PSEC

f~ -15- (24)---------- -----16 (24)------$!-----------17 -18 -19


-20

2J1-24 2J1-25

------NC (24)---------------(24)---------------------NC

65J1A-86 FIG. A-n

-21
-22

------NC
------NC

-23 -24 125J1B-25

------NC ------NC --------------------

FIG. A-6

11

CAUTION:

100ma MAX LOAD.

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Function

Connector Pin

Connects To

C RAD/FD TEST DOUT3 P HDG COMP DOUT4


C HDG COMP DOUT4 COMPDOUT5 PATT

C ATT COMPDOUT5 P DME/GND RANGEDOUT6 C DME/GND RANGEDOUT6 P DH SET OUT (+) C DH SET OUT (+) PREV SEL OUT PRI C REV SELOUT SEC C REV SEL OUT PRI P REV SELOUT SEC RESERVED ATT OUT ; ATT OUT C AP ENGOUT C TKODOUT SPARE P/C-SEC HSI VIDEO P/C-SEC HSI VIDEO SHIELD P/C-SEC HSI COLORO

125J1B-26------NC -27 ------NC -28 ------NC 1 -29 ------NC A -30 ------NC -31 (24) --------------FIG.A-10 -32 ------NC -33 ~~~~~;~~-----------65J2A-42 -34 -35 (24) ---------------FIG.A-4 -36 -37 -38 -39 -40 -41 -42 -43 -44 -45 -46 ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC (24) ---O---------2J1-74 (24) ---~! -,--------2J1-75

(+) (-) (+)

125J1B-47 (24)----I?+ --------2J1-72

CAUTION:

100ma

MAX LOAD.

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MG-605/805SYMBOL ( Function P/C-SECHSI COLORO P/C-SECHSI COLOR1 P/C-SECHSI COLOR1 P/C-SEC HSI COLOR2 P/C-SECHSI COLOR2 P/C-SECHSI COLOR3 P/C-SECHSI COLOR3 (-) (+) (-) (+) (-) (+) (-)
Connector

GENERATOR) (cent)

Pin

Connects o T

i--L~-- 2J1-73 125J1B-48(24)---------49 (24)---------x --;-:- 2J1-70 ~--~---50 (24)--------2J1-71 x 51 (24)-----------T-;2J1-68 i-52 (24) ---------!-l-2J1-69 L -53 (24)-----------7-r2J1-66 I--LC--54 (24)--------2J1-67 A -55 (24)---------j-;- 2J1-76 J--!=--56 (24)--------2J1-77 -57 (24)---------A --r-r- 2JI-78 J--!:-- 2J1-79 -58 (24)---------59 (24)--------f 1 --~-j2J1-7, 65J1A-50

P/C-SECHSI RAS/STRK (+) P/C-SECHSI RAS/STRK (-) P/C-SECWI FLYBACK (+) P/C-SECHSI FLYBACK (-) P- PRIHSISTRK RDY
PPRI (+)

HSISTRKRDY

(-) (+) (-)


125JIB-64

C- PRIHSISTRKRDY C- PRIHSISTRKRDY FD 2 LNAVMODEGND


FD 2 GAMODE GND

-60 (24)---------~--L-~2J1-8, 65J1A-51 T -- 2J1-36 -61 ------NC -62 ------NC -63 ------NC
------NC

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Function FD 2 ASEL ARM MODE GND FD 2 ASEL CAP MODE GND FD 2 HDG SEL MODE GND FD 2 ALT HOLD MODE GND FD 2 VS MODE GND FD 2

Connector Pin 125J1B-65 -66 -67 -68 -69 -70 -71 -72 -73 -74 -75 -76 -77 -78 -79 -80 -81 -82 -83 125J1B-84 ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC (24)---------------(24)---------------(24)----------------

Connects To -

IAS MODE

GND

FD 2 MACH MODE GND FD 2 GS ARM MODE GND FD 2 GS CAP MODE GND


FD 2 VNAV ARM MODE

GND

FD 2 VNAV CAP MODE GND FD 2 NAV ARM MODE GND FD 2 NAV CAP MODE GND FD 2 BC ARM MODE GND FD 2 BC CAP MODE GND FD 2 VOR APR ARM MODE GND FD 2 VOR APR CAP MODE GND HDG VALOUT LRN SEL VALOUT (ID2) LAT STRG VALOUT

65J2A-3 65J2A-93 65J2A-84

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MG-605/805SYMBOLENERATOR) ( G Function NAV SEL VALOUT(100) V/L DEV VALOUT GS DEV VALOUT DME VALOUT P TK PAP
DETENT ENGD VALOUT VALOUT

(cent)

Connectorin P

Connects o T

65J2A-85 125J1B-85(24) --------------65J2A-86 -86 (24) ---------------87 (24) --------------65J2A-87 65J2A-88 -88 (24) --------------65J2A-89 65J2A-90 65J2A-91 -91 (24) ---------------89 -90 (24) ---------------(24)----------------

APS VALOUT
LNAV APP DOUT>

-92

(24)---------------- 65J2A-92

TTL DOUT DMETTN DOUT1

A1

65J2A-93 -93 (24)---------------65J2A-94 -94 (24)----------------95 (24)---------------65J2A-95 -96 (24)-------r --------65J2A-96


-97 (24)--~F ----------t

MID MARKDOUT (5V) PW MOVE DOUT


TO/FR DC OUT (+)

65J2A-11

TO/FRDC OUT (-) LRN LAT DCOUT STRG(-) LRN LAT DCOUTSTRG (+) DME DC OUT (-) DME DC OUT (+)

65J2A-12 -98 (24) -I---!---------99 (24)----------------

-100(24)--

-101 (24)=-m--- -------I I

It ------- -----

65J2A-62 65J2A-1OO 65J2A-101

-102(24)--$----------65J2A-102 Y SHIELD GND --

CRS ERR (+)OUT

125J1B-103 (24)--;:-----------65J2A-103

CAUTION:100 MA

MAX

LOAD

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Function CRS ERR (-) OUT -lDGERR (+) OUT ~DG ERR (-) OUT Connector Pin 125J1B-104 (24)------1-1- J ----1 -105 (24)------l~~- ----125J1B-106 Ii (24)---------- \ ----SHLD Connects To . 65J2A-104 65J2A-105 65J2A..106

1 GND --

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MG-605/805 (SYMBOL GENERATOR) (cent]

Function

Connector Pin

Connects To

+28 V DC POWER
+28 V DC POWER SPARE 28 VOLT RETURN 28 VOLT RETURN SPARE CHASSIS GND

125J2A-1 -2 -3 -4 -5 $ -8 -9 -lo -11 -12 -13 -14 -15 -16 -17 -18

(DO)---------------* PILOT28V PWR @~~:ii------------- A-1 ~FIG. (20)--------------- PWRGND DC (20)--------------- PWRGND DC -----NC (22)--------------CHASSISGND (22)--------------CHASSISGND (22)--------------SIGNALGND (22)--------------SIGNALGND (22)--------------DISCRETEGND (22)--------------DISCRETEGND ------NC ------NC (22)---------] ---- PILOT26VAC 1-1 PWR,FIG.A-3 1 (22)--------u----AC GND J----- SHIELDGND ------- ----r-~---FIG A-g -------------- ,:,--}

GND SIGNAL GND SIGNAL GND DISCRETE RETURN GND DISCRETE RETURN GND ASCB SHIELD GND ASCB SHIELD GND P AC REF (+)
CHASSIS

PAC REF (-) SYSASCBA DATA(+) SYSASCBA DATA(-) SYSASCBACLK (+) SYSASCBACLK (-)
L LRN

Y_

-19 --- - - - -- - -- -__-~~-?,F~G. ! -GL-J -20 ---------------4 L -. -21 -22 -23 -24 -25 -26 -27 -28 -29 -30 -31 -32

A-9

XMIT(+)

LRN XMIT (-) MDIN 1 SPLSELO

SPLSEL 1 SPLSEL 2 SPLSEL3 SPL IN O SPL IN 1 MDIN 7 SPL IN 2 MDIN8 SPL IN 3 MDIN9 COMPMON ON/OFF
MDIN 10 C 4.5 V ROT VALID

MDIN2 MDIN3 MDIN4 MDIN5 MDIN6

------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ~~~!;;~;-----------125J2A-105

MDIN11 P+4.5V ROTVALID

125J2A-33(24)---------------15J1-7, 65J1B-3

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t4G-605/805 (SYMBOL GENERATOR) (cent) Function MDIN 12 WEIGHT MHEELS ON Connector in P Connects To

125J2A-34(24)---------------~~~C~F~SWITCH .-35 ------NC t4DIN FLIP 13 -36 ------NC MDIN 14 HSI MODE -37 ------NC MDIN 15 IRS1AN/DIG ---------------- F/S SWITCH TO MDIN 16 HDGIFREE/SLAVE-MAG/TRU -38 (24) -39 ------NC MDIN 17 PILOTLRNA -40 ------NC MDIN18 COPILOT LRNA -41 ------NC MDIN 19 SPARE ---------------- F/S SWITCH TO MDIN20 tiDG2 REESLAVE-MAG/TRU -42 (24) F -43 ------NC 14DIN 1 SPARE 2 -44 (24)---------------125J2A-lo5 MDIN22 CITATION V -45 ------NC MDIN23 SPARE -46 ------NC MDIN24 HDG 1 DEF -47 ------NC MDIN25 HDG 3 DEF -48 ------NC MDIN26 SRNTGL -49 ------NC MDIN27 CAA RULES
MDIN MDIN 28 29 PILOTS CO-PILOTS DME~ DME ~ -50 -51 - - - . -- - - - - - - . - - -------NC - .C164JlA-3, 65J1B-34

MDIN30 PILOTS TTL MDIN31 CO-PILOTSTL T MDIN32 IRS2AN/DIG MDIN33 LRN 1 MAG/TRU MDIN34 SPARE MDIN35 SPARE

-52 -------------------C164JI,B-64, 65JIB-35 -53 ------NC -54 ------NC -55 ------NC -56 ------NC 125J2A-57------NC

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MG-605/805SYMBOL ( GENERATOR)cent) ( Function Connector in P Connects o T

125J2A-58------NC MDIN36 LRNTGL IDO -59 ------NC MDIN37 AIR DATACMDDISABLE -60 ------NC MDIN 38 LRN3 MAG/TRU MDIN39 SPARE -61 ------NC -62 ------NC MDIN40 SPARE MDIN41 ROTON/OFF -63 ------NC -64 (24)---------------125J2A-105 MDIN42 WX DUAL/SINGLE -65 ------NC MDIN43 WX TGL MDIN44 FMS S/D -66 ------NC
MDIN MDIN 45 46 VORTGL MFD GSPDSRC IDO -67 ------NC

MDIN47 MFD GSPDSRC ID1 MDIN48ATT 1 WRAP MDIN49ATT2 WRAP WRAP MDIN 50ATT3 MDIN51 ATT 4 WRAP MDIN52 liDG GL IDO T MDIN53 HDG TGL ID1 MDIN54 LRN 1 DTRK/TKE+DA
MDIN MDIN 55 56 LRN 3 ATTTGL DTRK/TKE+DA IDO

-68 (24)---------------125J2A-105 -69 ------NC -70 (24)---------------125J2A-105


-71 ------NC

-72 -73 -74 -75


-76 -77 -78

------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC


------NC ------NC ------NC

MDIN57 ATTTGL ID1 MDIN58 RESERVED MDIN59 RESERVED MDIN60 SRN SRC IDO
MDIN 61 SRN
MDIN 62

-79 -80 -81 -82


-83

------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC


(24)---------------125J2A-105

SEL MDIN 63 C STBYSEL MDIN64 EFIS5 TUBE/3 TUBE MDIN65 RADALT S/D MDIN66 COUPLE 1/2 MDIN67 SCDC/DC-811 MDIN68 SRN BRG3/4 MDIN69 ADF BRG3/4 t4DIN0 MLS S/C 7

SRC P STBY

ID1

-84 ------NC -85 ------NC -86 (24)---------------125J2A-105 -87 ------NC -88 ------NC -89 (24)---------------125J2A-105 -90 (24)---------------125J2A-105 -91 (24)---------------125J2A-105 125J2A-92(24)---------------125J2A-105

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(SYMBOL GENERATOR)cent) ( Connects o T

Function MDIN71 ADF S/D MDIN72 RADALT IDO MDIN73 RADALT ID1 A/S,F/S IDO MDIN 74AOA, MDIN75AOA, A/S,F/S ID1 MDIN76 AOA,A/S,F/S ID2 MDIN77 WINDP8/XY MDIN 78 TRANSITION ON/OFF MDIN79 LRN1 BRG CD/CS MDIN80 LRN3BRG CD/CS
L SG R SG MDIN BACKUP BACKUP

Connectorin P

125J2A14~(24)---------------125J24-105 ------NC
-95 ------NC

-96 (24)---------------125J2A-105 -97 (24)---------------125J2A-105 -98 ------NC -99 ------NC -100(24)---------------125J2A-105 -101------NC
-102 -103 -104 ------NC ------NC ------NC

MDIN

GND GND

-105(24) ---------------PROGGND 125J2A-10624)---------------( PROGGND

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MG-605/805 (SYMBOL GENERATOR) (cent)
Function +28 VOLT DC POWER +28 VOLT DC POWER SPARE 28 VOLT DC RETURN 28 VOLT DC RETURN SPARE OUT (+) RESERVEDDC Connector Pin 125J2B-1 :$ -4 ~~ (20)---------------Connects To :& IL~T128V,

(20)---------------- } CIRiUI+ BREAKER (20)---------------(20)---------------DC PWRGND DC PWRGND

-----NC
:: -----NC

RESERVED OUT (-) DC V/L OEVOC OUT (+) V/LDEV DC OUT (-) SHIELDGND
GS DEV DC OUT (+)

-9

(24) -----i~l------ 65J2A-98 t-

GS DEV DC OUT (-) SHIELDGND ASCBSHIELDGND ASCBSHIELDGND


CAC CAC REF REF (+) (-)

-10 (24)------i ----- 65J2A-97 -- - -- - -- - - + -11 (24)----~7--!--:-- 65J2A-99 1[+ -12 (22) ------ --------65J2A-30
. ---14 -15 -16, -- - -- Y ! ---T~----+ it ----

-13 -----NC
-----NC (22)-----, (22)--------~:[IL~T326VAC,

Y--A-- SHIELDGND

AC GND-

SYS ASCB B DATA (+) SYSASCB B DATA (-) SYSASCB BCLI((+) SYS ASCB B CLK (-) R LRNXMIT (+) R LRN XMIT (-) LVALIN1 ARINC1 L VALIN2GS DEV L VALIN3SPD
L VALIN4 L VALIN5 VNAV DEV DEV

-17 ----------------t-;-------- ) FIG.A-9 -18 -------y---- ---- .---- T~; --- -19 ----20 ------------ - -) FIG.A-9 Y-21 ------NC -22 ------NC -23 [24) --------------65J1A-73, C164J1A-46 -24 (24)---------------65J1A-74, C164J1A-74
-25 -26 (24)---------------(24) ---------------FIG. y~:~A;j6, A-5 7J1B-9

VOR/LOC

OEV

125J2B-27(24)---------------65Jl~-77, C164J1B-91

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FIG.A-6 125J2B-28(24)---------------L VALIN6 RAD ALT -29 ------NC L VALIN7 SPARE -30 ------NC VALIN8 LRN1LATDEV (ADF2 VLD WHENMDIN 64 = GND) -31 ------NC VALIN9LRN1 VERT DEV 164J1B-99, -32 (24)---------------L VALIN1OADF 65J1A-82 65J1A-83, -33 (24) --------------7J1B-47 -34 (24) --------------6J1-e, VALIN 12 HDG 1 65J1A-84 -35 (24) --------------lJ1-GG, 7J1A-19 VALIN13 ATT 1 65J1A-85 -36 ------NC L VALIN14 SPARE -37 ------NC L VALIN15ARINC O -38 ------NC L VALIN 16 LRN1 28 V WPT ALERT -39 ------NC L VALIN17 ROT -40 (24) --------------1OJ1B-19, L VALIN18TCS 65J1A-90 -41 ------NC L VALIN19 SPARE -42 ------NC VALIN20 RESERVED -43 ------NC VALIN21 SPARE -44 (24) --------------65J1A-94, L VALIN22 ENGD AP 1OJ1B-11 -45 llJ1-H,65J1A-95 (24) ---------------L VALIN23 DETENT TK 1OJ1B-15 -46 (24) --------------65J1A-96, L VALIN24 APS 16J1-23 -47 ------NC RVALIN1ARINC1 -48 ------NC RVALIN 2 GS DEV RVALIN3 SPDDEV -49 ------NC R VALIN4 VNAVDEV -50 ------NC R VALIN5 VORLOC -51 ------NC 125J2B-52------NC RVALIN 6 RADALT L VALIN1l FD1

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MG-605/805 (SYMBOL GENERATOR) (cent) Function R VALIN7 SPARE VALIN8 LRN 3 LAT DEV VALIN 9 LRN 3 VERT DEV R VALIN1O ADF R VALIN1l FD2 VALIN 12 HDG 3 VALIN 13 ATT 3 R VALIN14 SPARE R VALIN15 ARINC O R VALIN16 LRN3 28 V UPT ALERT R VALIN17 ROT R VALIN 18 TCS R VALIN19 SPARE VALIN 20 RESERVED VALIN21 SPARE R VALIN22 AP ENGD R VALIN23 TK DETENT APS R VAL1N24 SPARE OVER TEMP SPARE SPARE INNER MARKER (+) INNER MARKER (-) SHIELD MIDDLE MARKER (+) Connector Pin Connects To

125J2B-53 -----NC -54 -----NC -55 -----NC -56 (24)---------------C164J1B-99 -57 -----NC -58 (24)---------------C2J2-X 65J1A-92 -59 -----NC
-60 -61 -62 -63 -64 -65 -66 -67 -68 -69 -70 -71 -72 -73 -74 -75 -76 125J2B-77 -----NC -----NC -----NC -----NC -----NC -----NC -----NC -----NC -----NC -----NC -----NC -----NC ~::~:~;-------~---------NC (24)---------------(24)----> (24)---------------65J2A-61, C164J1A-60

AIRCRAFT ANN

;;~;~l&73,

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MG-605/805SYMBOL ( GENERATOR)cent) (
Function MIDDLE MARKER OUTER MARKER OUTER MARKER (-) (+) (-) Connector Pin Connects

To

125J2B-78(24)------L
-79 -80 -81 -82 -83 -84 -85 -86 -87 -88 (24)----------------(24)-------L (24)--- ---;=l -----(24)--- -----------(24)----.----Y

65J2A-63, C164JIB-74 127J1-1 127J1-2

MF 3X llEFL OUT (+) MF J X DEFL OUT (-) ~IELD GND M: IY DEFL OUT (+) MF3 Y DEFL OUT (-) -IIELDGND M?) VIDEO (+) MF1 VIDEO (-) iIELD CIN13 M?; pm} : ~+;

(24) --{---ID; ------ 127J1-9 (24) ------- ------ 127J1-10 (24) ----Y (24)-----i~;------127J1-54 {(24)---- -+-------127J1.=55
- - . -; - --

MF
-91 -92 -93
-94

(24)---~j--~j ------(24)--- ---.%--------

i.

127J1-50 127J1-51

(24)---~l--l-i------- 127J1-46 (24)------->-------127J1-47 (24)--- ~:l:i------(24)--~-------

-95 -96

(24)--- -----------(24)---j=!j=!------(24)--- ------------

k $ yA
yA

127J1-42 127J~-43

~27J1-38
127J1.39

MFD RAS/STRK
MFD RAS/STRK

(+) (-)

-97

-98

(z+--~--+-------

127J1-58 127J1-59

MFD STRK
MFD STRK

RDY RDY

(+) (-)

MC/MGDATA (+) MC/MGLATfi -) ( SPARE SPARE

-101 (24)---------- --=-- 127J1-7 -102(24)----------~$- 127J1-8 -- 127J1-36 -103(24)------------- 126J1-24 I -~+--104(24)---------126JI-25 -- SHIELD GND -105-----NC I25J2B-106----NC -

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MG-605/805cent) (
Function #1 PITCHX #1 PITCH Y #1 PITCHZ Connector Pin 125J3A-1 (24)---------- --~;Connects To

-2 -3
-4 -5 -6

#1 ROLLX #1 ROLLY #1 ROLLZ


HDG HDG HDG

1 1 1

(x)
(Y)

-7 -8 -9

(z)

lJ1-z, 65J2A-15 (24) ---------~-;-lJ1-y, 65J2A-16 1: (24) ---------:-- lJ1-~, 65J2A-17 &-SHIELD GND (24) ----------~r- lJ1-p,57Jl-E 65J2A-18 (24) ---------~-;--lJ1-q,57Jl-F 65J2AL19 (24) ---------L---lJ1-r,57Jl-G 65J2A-20 SHIELD GND (24) ---------~{-- 6J1-L. t 65J2A~21 (24) ---------~--;-6J1-M, 65J2A-22 (24) ---------$-- 6J1-K, 65J2A-23 !--- SHIELD GND

Y k--

!,

RESERVED RESERVED RESERVED HDG1SYNC HDG1SYNC RESERVED RESERVED P- RADALT P- RADALT

(+)

(-)

(+)

-lo ------NC -11 ------NC -12 ------NC -13 (24) ---------~;- 6J1-U, 65J2A-28 -14 (24) ---------$ 6J1-V, 65J2A-29 >-. . SHIELD GND -15 ------NC -16 ------NC ~ -17 (24) ---------~ ~.~ FIG. -:

11
-~A-6
[..

(-)

i -~ 125J3A-18(24) ---------

SHIELD

GND

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MG-605/805 Function RESERVED RESERVED RESERVED RESERVED P- DC81O DAT (+) P- DC81O DAT (-) P-DH SET (W) IN

(cent)

Connector Pin 125J3A-19 -20 -21 -22 -23 -24 -25 -26 -27 -28 -29 ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC (24)--------- ---(24)--------- $ -~--~-(24)---------------(24)---------------(24)--Y~-(24)--------------------

Connects To .

P- OH SET (L) P- CRS SEL X/TACH (+) P- CRS SEL Y/TACH (-) P- CRS SEL Z SHIELD GNII P- HDG SEL X/TACH (+) P- HDG SEL Y/TACH (-) P- HDG SEL Z SHIELD GND

1 (24)---------------------1 (24)--7=7-- -------(24)--;-;-- -------(24)--J-J-- [ -------1 ---...-

115J1-36 115J1-37 SHIEL~ GND 115J1-54, 65J2A-43 115J1-55, 65J2A-44 23J1-D, 65J2A-45 23J1-E, 65J2A-46 23J1-1:, 65J2A-47 23J1-:., 65J2A-48 23J1-M, 65J2A-49 23J1-N, 65J2A-50

-30 -31 125J3A-32

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MG-605/805 (cent) Function #1 VORBRG Connector Pin

Connects o T

X/SIN

Q--J 125J3A-33(24) ---------34


-35

#l VOR BRGY/COM #1 VOR BRG


Z/COS

#l VOR BRG COM #l ADF BRGX/SIN #l ADF


#l ADF BRG BRG Y/COM Z/COS

-36 -37
-38 -39

$1 ADF BRG COM #l SRN CRS DEV (+) #l SRNCRS DEV (-) #l SRN GS DEV (-)

-40 -41 -42

C164J1B-11, 65J2A-51 (24)----------j C164J1B-37, T-4 ~ 65J2A-52 C164J1B-12, (24)----------l j--! 65J2A-53 C164J1B-37, (24----------G-! 65J2A-54 1---- SHIELD GND ~24)--q- --------65J2A-55, 164J1A-61 65J2A-56, (24)--,--------164J1A-33 1 1 65J2A-57, (24) --1------------164J1A-47 65J2A-58, (24)--J~l ----------164J1A-33 -- ---- SHIELD 1---GND -T (24) ------ ------ C164J1B-78, 1[ 65J2A-65 4-i (24) ------ ------ C164J1B-75, 65J2A-66

#l SRN GSDEV (+)

#1

#1 LRNDSRTRKX LRNDSRTRK Y #1 LRNDSRTRKZ #l LRNBRGX/SIN (ADF2 X/SINWHENMDIN64 = GND) -49 (24) ---;-!------- C164J1A-33 #1 LRN BRG Y/COM (ADF2 Y/COMWHENMDIN64 = GND) (24)----50 #1 LRN BRG Z/COS l-r-------- C164J1A-47 (ADF2 Z/COS WHEN MDIN64 = GND) C164J1A-33 - v125J3A-51(24) ---1]--------#1 LRNBRGCOM -L - - -----SHIELD GND (ADF2 COMWHENMDIN64 = GND)

v -------SHIELD GND C164J1B-75, -43 (24)---fi--------I C2J2-C, 1 65J2A-67, 1 65J2A-66 J II C164J1B-79, -44 (24)--t-t---------I C2J2-D, 65J2A-68 SHIELD GND -45 ------NC -46 ------NC I -47 ------NC -48 (24) ---fi-------- C164J1A-61 -

- -I--------

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MG-605/805 (cent) Function #l #l #1 $1 LRN LRN LRN :~: TO/FROM TO/FROM LATDEV ::;DEV (+) (-) (+) (-) (+) (-) Connector Pin 125J3A-52 -53 -54 -55 -56 -57 ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC (24)-----------_ i~~(24)------------!-~Y -(24)------------~-i(24)---------------T -(24)------------=(24)---------------%(24)------------~r(24)---------------Connects To

FIG. A-E FIG. A-E SHIELD GND 65J2A-73, 7J1B-30 65J2A-7~, 7J1B-31 SHIELD GND 65J2A-75, 7J1A-29 65J2A-76, 7J1A-30 SHIELD GND 15J1-4, 65J2A-77 15J1-5, 65J2A-78 SHIELD GN!I 65J2A-79, 9J1-39 65J2A-80, 7JIB-37 9J1-33 SHIELD GND

P- SPD DEV

P PITCH CMD (+) P PITCH CMD (-)

-58 -59

P ROLL CMD (+) P ROLL CMD (-) P ROT (+) P ROT (-)

-60 -61 -62 -63

p- AIR DATA CMD p- AIR DATA CMD

(+) (-)

T --64 (24)------------~r-65 (24)---------------T --

P- AC STEER IN (+) P- AC STEER IN (-)

-66 125J3A-67

------NC ------NC

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MG-605/805cent) ( Function PWX VIDEODATA(P) PWX VIDEODATA(N) P WX CONTROL DATA (P) P WX CONTROL DATA (N) P IAS SET P IASSET
PVNAV DEV

(+)
(-) (+)

Connects o T I 125J3A-68(24) ----------~i- 5!~J1-g, 65J2B-30 / -L-!- 59J1-h, -69 (24) --------65J2B-31 -- SHIELD GND i 1 -70 (24)----------l-j-r59J1-m, 65J2B-32 i -!!]--71 (24) --------59J1-n, 65J2B-33 -72 ------NC Connectorin P
-73 -74 ------NC (24) ----------j~~ii 65J2B-38, 7J1B-14, 16J1-28

P-

VNAVDEV

(-)

P PROLINE NAV (+) P PROLINENAV(-) P PROLINE DME (+) P PROLINE DME (-) PARINC O DATA(+) P ARINCO DATA(-) PARINC O SYNC(+) PARINC O SYNC(-)

1 -l-~- 65J2B-39, -75 (24) --------7JlB-15, 16J1-27 r -- SHIELD GND -76 (24)----------i~i- 164J1B-89, 6$iJ2B-40 1 -!-!- 164J1A-59, -77 (24)---------65J2B-41 Y -- SHIELD GND -78 (24)----------~-r- 164J1A-57, 65J2B-42 I-L-L- 164J1A-44, -79 (24) --------65J2B-43 T -- SHIELD GND -80 (24)----------fi-- 429 HSDATA I -1----81 (24)---------FF!OMLRN1 ~.- SHIELDGND -82 ------NC 125J3A-83------NC

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Function

Connector Pin
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P ARINCO
P ARINC P ARINC P ARINC

CLK O CLK 1 DATA 1 DATA

125J3A-84------NC -85 ------NC -86 (24)---------l~f- C164J:1A-5, ---l] 65J2B-50 -87 (24)---------1-1-----C164JIA-15, 65J2B-=51 SHIELII GND C164JI.A-26, 65J2B-52 Jlt -89 (24)---------,-T ------ C164JIA-45> 65J2B-53 ----- SHIELD Y GND -90 (24)---------1+ ----- C164JIA-19, ? 65J2B-54 jlt ------91 (24)---------,-j C164J1A-17, 65J2B-55 r------- SHIELD GND -92 ------NC -93 ------NC
-94 -95 -96 -97 ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC

I Y

P ARINC1 SYNC(+)

P ARINC1 SYNC(-)
PARINC
PARINC

1 CLOCK
1

(+)

CLOCK (-)

PARINC2

DATA (+)

P ARINC2 DATA (-)

PARINC3 DATA (+) P ARINC3 DATA (-) PARINC5 PARINC5 PARINC6 PARINC6 PARINC7 PARINC7 DATA (+) DATA (-) DATA (+) DATA (-) DATA (+) DATA (-)

-98 ------NC -99 ------NC -1oo------NC -101------NC


-102 (24)----------R-

PARINC8 DATA (+) P ARINC8 DATA (-)

-103(24) --------- ---Y -------

----

116J1-33
116J1-2 SHIELDGND

PARINC9 PARINC9 SPARE

DATA (+) DATA (-)

-104------NC -105------NC 125J3A-106 ------NC

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MG-605/805cent) (
Function #3 PITCH X #3 PITCH Y #3 PITCH Z #3 ROLL X #3 ROLL Y #3 ROLL Z

Connectorin P 125J3B-1 ------NC -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7 -8 -9 -lo -11 -12 -13 ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC

Connects o T

HDG 2 X HDG 2 Y HDG 2 Z


RESERVED RESERVED RESERVED tiDG2 SYNC

(24) ------1~~---- C2J1-S :-~----- C2J1-t (24) ------

I* (24) ------ ------ C2J1-U -

Y -------SHIELDGND

(+)

HDG2 SYNC (-) RESERVED RESERVED C- RADALT (+)


C-

------NC ------NC ------NC (24)-------~~r- C6J1-U ---II I -14 (24)------- ------ C6J1-V Y -------SHIELDGND -15 ------NC -16 ------NC -17 ------NC 125J3B-18------NC

RAD ALT

(-)

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MG-605/805 (cent) Function RESERVED RESERVED RESERVED RESERVED Connector Pin 125J3B-19 -20 ------NC ------NC Connects To .

-21 ------NC -22 ------NC -23 ------NC -24 ------NC


-25 -26
(+) (-)

C- DC811DAT (+) C- DC811DAT (-)


C- DH SET (W) IN C-DHSET (L) IN
CC-

------NC ------NC

CRS SEL CRS SEL

X TACH YTACH

-27 (24)---~r-- ------23J2-9 -28 -29 -30 -31 (24)--~r;--- ------(24)---&--i ------------(24)--T=;-- ------(24)--;-;--- ------t

1
!

23J2-E 23J2-Z 23J2-L 23J2-hl

C- CRS SEL Z GND SHIELD

C- HDG SEL X TACH (+) C- HDG SEL Y TACH (-) C- HDG SEL Z SHIELD GND

125J3B-32(24)--~Y~---t -------23J2-N -------

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MG-605/805 (cent) Function #2 VOR BRG #2 VOR BRG #2 VOR BRG :2 VOR BRG
#2 #2 #2 #2 ADF ADF ADF ADF BRG BRG BRG BRG

Connector Pin X/SIN


Y/COM

Connects To

125J3B-33
-34

------NC
------NC

Z/COS
COM X/SIN YICOM Z/COS COM

-35
-36 -37 -38 -39 -40

------NC
------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC

(+) #2 SRN CRSDEV #2 SRN CRS DEV (-) #2 SRN GLIDE SLOPE DEV (+) #2 SRN GLIDE SLOPE DEV (-) #3 LRN DSR TRK X #3 LRN DSR TRK Y #3 LRN DSR TRK Z #3 LRN BRG X/SIN #3 LRN BRG YjCOM #3 LRN BRG Z/COS #3 LRN BRG COM

-41 -42 -43 -44 -45 -46 -47 -48 -49 -50 125J3B-51

------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC

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MG-605/805 (cent) Function #3 Connector Pin Connects To

LRNTO/FROM (+) +3 LRNT()/FRoM (-) :3 LRNLAT DEV (+) #3 LRNLATDEV (-) C- SPD DEV (+)
G= SPDDEV (-)

125J3B-52 ------NC -53 ------NC -54 ------NC -55 ------NC


-56 -57 -58 -59 ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC

C PITCH CMD (+) C P~TcH cMD (-) C ROLL CMD (+)

-60 ------NC -61 ------NC -62 ------NC -63 ------NC


(+) (-) -64 -65 -66 125J3B-67 ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC

C ROLLCMD (-) c ROT (+) C ROT (-) C- AIR


DATA CMEI

c- AIR DATAcMD C- AC STEER IN (+) C- AC STEER IN (-)

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MG-605/805 (cent)

Function CWX VIDEODATA (P) CWX VIDEO DATA (N) C WX CONTROL DATA(P) C WX CONTROL DATA(N) C IASSET (+) C IASSET (-) C- VNAVDEV (+)
C- VNAVDEV (-)

Connector Pin

Connects To

125J3B-68------NC -69 ------NC


-70 ------NC

-71 ------NC -72 ------NC -73 ------NC -74 ------NC -75 ------NC -76 ------NC -77 ------NC -78 ------NC 125J3B-79------NC

C PROLINE NAV (+) C PROLINE NAV (-) C PROLINE DME (+) C PROLINEDME(-)

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MG-605/805
Function C ARIllC C ARINC C ARINC CARINCO C O DATA O DATA O SYNC SYNC (+) (-) (+) (-) Connector 125J3B-80 -81 -82 -83

(con~) Pin ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC Connects To

ARINCO CARINCO

CLK (+) CLK (-)


(+) (-) (+) (-)

-84 -85
-86 -87 -88 -89

------NC ------NC
------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC

C ARINC 1 DATA
C ARINC C ARINC CARINC C ARINC 1 DATA 1 1 SYNC SYNC

1 CLOCK (+) C ARINC 1 CLOCK (-)

-90 -91 -92 -93 -94 -95 -96 -97 -98 -99

------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC ------NC

C ARINC2 DATA (+) C ARINC2 DATA (-) C ARINC3 DATA (+) C ARINC3 DATA (-) C ARINC5 DATA (+) C ARINC5 DATA (-) C ARINC6 DATA (+) C ARINC6 DATA (-) C ARINC7 DATA (+) C ARINC7 DATA (-) C ARINC8 DATA (+) C ARINC8 DATA (-) C ARINC9 DATA (+) CARINC9 DATA (-) SPARE

-100 ------NC -101 ------NC -102 ------NC -103 ------NC -104 ------NC -105 ------NC 125J3B-106 ------NC

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PILOTS MC-800 Function +28 V DC PWR Connector in P Connects o T

PILOT28VDC 126J1-1 (22)-----------------PWR,FIG.A-1 -2 (22)-----------------DC POWER GND DC PWR GROUND -3 (22) ----------------SIGNAL GND SIGNAL GROUND CHASSIS GND -4 (22)-----------------CHASSIS GROUND -5 ------NC O-28 V DC LIGHTING POWER(H) -6 (22) ----------------PILOT5V * O-5 V AC/DCLIGHTINGWR (H) P LIGHTING -7 (22)-----------------LIGHTING ND G LIGHTING POWER COMMON -8 ------NC REMOTE PAGE BUTTON INPUT -9 ------NC BUTTON INPUT REMOTE RECAL -lo------NC REMOTE SKIPBUllON INPUT -11------NC REMOTE ENTERBUTTON INPUT -12------NC REMOTE NORMAL CHECKLIST -13------NC REMOTE EMERGENCYHECKLIST C -14------NC DI 1 DISCRETE IN -15------NC DI 1 DISCRETE IN -16------NC REMOTE SWITCH COMMON -17 ------NC RESERVED -18 ------NC RESERVED -19 ------NC RESERVED -20------NC RESERVED -21 ------NC RESERVED -22------NC RESERVED -23------NC RESERVED MC-MGDATABUS (H) 126J1-24 (24)-----,+---------125J2B-103

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PILOTS MC-800(cent) Function M~;M4L~AMDBUS (L) RESERVED RESERVED MFD DISPLAY DIM (H) MFD DISPLAY DIM (L) RESERVED RESERVED WX DIM H WX DIMW WX DIM L LEFTSG BACKUP RIGHTSG BACKUP SPARE Connectorin P Connects o T

11~ 126J1-25 (24)---------------125J2B-104 -26~::~::ii~ -27------NC -28 (24)-----------------127J1-30 -29 (24)-----------------127J1-31 -30------NC -31------NC -32 ------NC -33------NC -34------NC -35 (24) ----------------;:~~;Ai;5, FIG.~-4 -36------NC 126J1-37 -----NC -

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ED-600 (MFD)
Connector Pin
(IN) (IN) (OUT) + [+ ----NC 127J11~ ~:~~11:1111:1111:1:11~-$ Y .-

Function
PRI PRI SEC SEC X DEFL X DEFL X DEFL X DEFL

Connects To
125J2B-81 125J2B-82 125J2B-83

(OUT)[ 28 V DC PWR +

:: -----NC PILOT -5 (22) ------------------- 28V, FIG.A-1


- -- - - -- - - - -- - -

28 V DC PWR STROKEREADY(PRI; + STROKE READY(PRI) [PRI Y DEFL (IN) + [-

SEC Y DEFL (OUT) + [ POWERRETURN POWERRETURN VALIDOUTPUT(PRI) STROKEREADY(SEC) + STROKEREADY(SEC) [SEC X DEFL (IN) + SEC X DEFL (IN) [VALIDOUTPUT(SEC) REV SELECT(PRI) SIGNALGND - CHASSIS GND SEC Y DEFL (IN) + SEC Y DEFL (IN) [INCLINOMETER LIGHTING + INCLINOMETER LIGHTING (SPARE REV SELECT (SEC) -29 -----NC 126J1-28 DIM CONTROL + -30 (24)-----------------il 126J1-29 ! -31 ~::~:i;------~G-ii---G DIM CONTROL [ SPARE -32 ---- wvv---RASTER DIM CONTROL Ii -33 .-.-1 RASTER DIM CONTROL W -34 ----------------------RASTER DIM CONTROL { STROKEREADY(PRI)SHLbGND 127J1% ~iij:~------------------ GND FOR SHIELD 127JI-7, 127J1-8

125J2B-101 125J2B-102 -8 (24)-~y---------------36 -----I 125J2B-84 -9 (24)----------------=125J2B-85 -10 (24)----------------QL-. 125J2B-86 -----NC -11 -12 -----NC DC -13 (22) -------------------PWRGND DC :!: (22) -------------------PWRGND -----NC -16 -----NC -17 -----NC -18 -----NC -19 -----NC -20 -----NC -21 -----NC SIGNAL GND -22 (22) ------------------CHASSIS GND -23 ~::~:~------------------24 -25 -----NC -26 -----NC -27 -----NC -28 -----NC
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ED-600 (MFD) (cent)

Function

Connector Pin

Connects

To

SPARE COLOR3 (PRI) + COLOR3 (PRI) [TEMPANNUNGND OUTPUT SPARE COLOR2 (PRI) + COLOR 2 (PRI) [STROKEREADY(SEC)SHLDGND SPARE
COLOR 1 (PRI) + [-

127J1-37 -----NC 125J23-95 -38 (24)-----------------10 t 125J23-96 -39 (24)-----------------Y -- SHIEL9GND -40 -----NC -41 -----NC -42 (24)----------------1~1125J23-93
-43 (24)------------------

J --

125J2!3-94 SHIELD GND

-44 -----NC -45 -----NC


-46 (24)-----------------125J2B-91

COLOR1 (PRI) SPARE SPARE


COLORO

125J213-92 -47 (24)----------------!-1 ? $?-- SHIELI) GND -48 -----NC -49 -----NC
-50 (24)-----------------f, 125J2B-89

(PRI)

+ [-

COLORO (PRI)

SPARE SEC X DEFLSHIELD GND VIDEO(PRI) + VIDEO (PRI) [SEC Y DEFLSHEILDGND SPARE RASTER/STROKE (PRI) RASTER/STROKE FLYBACK FLYBACK (PRI) (PRI) [+

-51 (24)-----------------! - 125J2E)-90 9 -- SHIELD GND -52 -----NC -53 -----NC -54 (24)----------------17125J2B-87
-55 (24)------------------

J --

125J2B-88 SHIELD

GND

-56 -----NC -57 -----NC


-58 -59 (24)-----------------O(24)----------------!$ 125J2B-97 125J2[I-98

(PRI) r

LEFTPHOTOSENSOR OUT LEFTPHOTOSENSOR OUT + RIGHTPHOTOSENSOR OUT + RIGHTPHOTOSENSOR OUT [COLOR3 (SEC) + COLOR3 (SEC) COLOR2 (SEC) ; COLOR2 (SEC) COLOR1 (SEC) ; COLOR1 (SEC) [-

:::l::;:::::::::::::::::i:i!;:c -- SHIELDGND -62 -----NC -63 -----NC -64 -----NC -65 -----NC -66 -----NC -67 -----NC -68 -----NC -69 -----NC -70 -----NC 127J1-71 -----NC

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Honeywell WWRc
CITATION V

ED-600 (MFD) (cent)

Function

Connector

Pin

Connects

To

COLOR O (SEC) COLOR O (SEC) VIDEO (SEC) VIDEO (SEC) RASTER/STROKE RASTER/STROKE FLYBACK (SEC) FLYBACK (SEC)

+ < + { (SE;) + (SEC) <