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FPD 500

FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM


FOR THE DC-10

Operators Manual

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1
1.1 System Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2
1.2 Internal Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2
1.3 ADI/HSI Function Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3
2. EADI/EHSI Operating Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1
2.1 Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1
2.1.1 Display Intensity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1
2.1.2 TEST Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1
2.1.3 Function Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1
2.1.3.1 N NORM Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1
2.1.3.2 M MODE Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1
2.1.3.4 I INTEGRATE Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-2
2.1.4 Ambient LIght Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-2
3. EADI/EHSI Displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1
3.1 EADI Displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1
3.1.1 Pitch Attitude . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1
3.1.2 Roll Attitude . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-2
3.1.3 Symbolic Aircraft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-2
3.1.4 Split Cue Flight Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-2
3.1.5 Rate of Turn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-3
3.1.6 Speed Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-3
3.1.7 Glideslope Indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-3
3.1.8 Rising runway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-3
3.1.9 Decision Height (DH) Annunciation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-4
3.1.10 Flight Director (FD) Annunciation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-4
3.1.11 ADI Failure Annunciations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-4
3.1.12 Comparator Monitor Annunciations . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-6
3.2 EHSI Displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-11
3.2.1 Normal HSI Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-11
3.2.1.1 Azimuth Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-11
3.2.1.2 Navigation Source Annunciation . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-11
3.2.1.3 Selected Heading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-12
3.2.1.4 Selected Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-12
3.2.1.5 Course Deviation Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-12
3.2.1.6 Bearing Pointer(s) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-12
3.2.1.7 Distance Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-13
3.2.1.8 To/From Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-13
3.2.1.9 Glideslope Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-13
3.2.1.10 Drift Angle Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-13
3.2.1.11 Ground Speed Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-13
3.2.2 ARC HSI Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-14
3.2.2.1 Azimuth Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-14
3.2.2.2 Navigation Source Annunciation . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-14
3.2.2.3 Selected Heading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-14
3.2.2.4 Selected Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-14
3.2.2.5 Course Deviation Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-14
3.2.2.6 Bearing Pointer(s) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-14
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3.2.2.7 Distance Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-15


3.2.2.8 To/From Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-15
3.2.2.9 Glideslope Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-15
3.2.2.10 Drift Angle Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-15
3.2.2.11 Ground Speed Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-15
3.2.3 MAP HSI Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-15
3.2.3.1 Range Rings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-15
3.2.3.2 MAP Waypoints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-15
3.2.4 Wx Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-16
3.2.5 Wx + MAP Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-16
3.2.6 HSI Failure Annunciations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-16
3.3 Integrate Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-24
3.3.1 Integrate Mode Failure Annunciations . . . . . . . . . . . .3-24
4. Special Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1
4.1 Navigation Source Combinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1
4.2 Heading Failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-5
4.3 Selected Course Failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-6
4.4 Selected Heading Failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-6
5. Operating Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1
5.1 Start Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1
5.2 Self Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1
5.2.1 ADI Self Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-2
5.2.2 HSI Self Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-4
5.2.3 Integrate Mode Self Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-6
5.3 Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-8
5.4 Emergency Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-8
6. Maintenance MODE Displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-1
6.1 Maintenance Page 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-2
6.2 Maintenance Page 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-2
6.3 Maintenance Page 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-3
6.4 Maintenance Page 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-3
6.5 Maintenance Page 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-4
6.6 Maintenance Page 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-4
6.7 Maintenance Page 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-5
6.8 Maintenance Page 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-5
6.9 Maintenance Page 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-6
6.10 Maintenance Page 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-6
6.11 Maintenance Page 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-7
6.12 Maintenance Page 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-8
6.13 Maintenance Page 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-8
6.14 Maintenance Page 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-9
6.15 Maintenance Page 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-9
6.16 Maintenance Page 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-10
6.17 Maintenance Page 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-10
6.18 Maintenance Page 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-11

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1. INTRODUCTION
BRT

DIM

FD

20
10

10

20

20

TEST

Figure 1-1
Typical EADI Display
BRT

INS1

INS2

TRU

1234

1324

000

DIM

30

33

GS
M

12

24

27

21

The intended use of the ADI/HSI


FPI is to display the aircraft's primary attitude (ADI) and to display
course, heading, glideslope, etc.
(HSI). The indicator replaces
electromechanical ADI and HSI
indicators with Active Matrix LCD
technology. A single indicator
(herein referred to as the
"ADI/HSI") can provide the capability to function as either an
Attitude Direction Indicator (ADI)
or a Horizontal Situation Indicator
(HSI) depending on configuration
strap settings.

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Throughout this document, the


terms ADI and HSI are used to
identify the two primary functions
of the indicator even though the
indicator itself is more correctly
identified as an EADI/EHSI
(Electronic ADI or HSI).

GS

10
5

10
S

DH

20

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This Pilots Guide is for the


AlliedSignal Commercial Avionics
Systems (CAS) Flat Panel Active
Matrix LCD version of the 5ATI
Attitude Director Indicator (ADI)
and Horizontal Situation Indicator
(HSI) retrofitted into various aircraft types (e.g. DC-10, B727,
etc.).

TEST

ILS 1

Figure 1-2
Typical EHSI Display

Reversionary mode capability is also provided so that during normal


operation, in the event of a failed ADI or HSI, the other FPI has the
capability to assume the function of both in the Integrate mode.
Reversionary mode data is hard wired into each ADI and HSI as
much as possible. Reversionary mode is discussed in more detail
later in this document.

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1.1 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

The indicator is designed for high reliability through the use of ASICs
and optimized mechanical packaging. The display is a flat panel
active matrix LCD with backlighting provided by a cold cathode fluorescent lamp.
A Graphics Processor (GP) module produces flight instrument symbology on the LCD display. The Interface Processor (IP) and I/O
modules consists of a 32 bit microprocessor, ARINC 429 interface
capability, and analog/discrete interface capability. These modules
process all of the control inputs from the indicator's front bezel/controls, external ARINC 429 input data, external discrete data (includes
superflags), synchro and analog data, and provides the interface to
the GP module. The Low Voltage Power Supply (LVPS) provides the
necessary power to all of the systems components, while the High
Voltage Power Supply (HVPS) provides power for the cold cathode
lamp. Dimming circuitry is provided to control the lamp's brightness.
The heaters (LCD and lamp) are activated when the unit is not at the
proper operational temperature due to cold ambient conditions.

1.2 INTERNAL MONITORING


The EADI and EHSI FPDs monitor the safety and integrity of the system operation and isolate and annunciate failures as necessary.
Additional monitors provide fault isolation capability to isolate faults to
the SRU level. Loss of power to the indicator results in a completely
blank indicator. Failures that result in display of misleading information also results in a completely blank indicator. Failure conditions
due to input data failures, indicator failure, or indicator interface failures result in annunciating the appropriate failure message on the
indicator. All ADI and HSI failure warning flags are annunciated as
black text in a red box. All caution flags are annunciated as black text
in a yellow box.
Each 5ATI flat panel display contains an Interface Processor (IP) and
a Graphics Processor (GP). The IP contains built-in-test functions
that monitor the displays health on a continuous basis. Detected
failures result in either annunciation to the flight crew that a display
failure exists or flagging the appropriate display data. Detected failures are also logged in non-volatile memory for retrieval later.

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The Graphics Processor communicates with the IP via a host interface and dual port memory. The GP executes its own BIT independent of the IP to determine its own health status. The GP also acts
as an independent monitor of the IP and the IP independently monitors the GP. If the GP detects an IP failure, it shall independently display to the flight crew a fail status message DU FAIL.
Integrity of displayed data is verified using two separate functions.
First, random pixels in unused portions of the LCD are driven by the
Graphics Engine and the pixel location and color are wrapped back
around and compared with the bit map of the display. Miscompares
result in displaying DU FAIL. Second, the IP selects a portion of the
display for monitoring by instructing the GP to return a small window
of pixels. In the case where pitch data is monitored the horizon line is
captured and the pixel data reconstituted by the IP to verify that the
correct pitch attitude was displayed. This monitoring provides an endto-end wrap around verification of displayed critical data.

1.3 ADI/HSI FUNCTION MONITORING


Critical input data consisting of the synchro inputs of pitch, roll, and
heading are monitored for the following conditions and a failure flag is
displayed if any of these conditions exists:
1. Invalid display data or displaying misleading data.
2. Synchro input data outside reasonable window.
3. External data valid signal indicates "invalid".
All other input data with an associated valid signal is not used when
the data valid signal indicates invalid. Data in this category
includes: Course deviation, glideslope deviation, localizer deviation,
radio altitude, speed command, rate of turn, and INS/DME distance.

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2. EADI/EHSI OPERATING CONTROLS


2.1 CONTROLS
The controls consist of a
BRT/DIM rocker switch, a TEST
button, four function buttons (N
NORM, M MODE, R RANGE,
I INTEGRATE), and an ambient
light sensor.

BRT

DIM

TEST

Figure 2-1
FPI Bezel
2.1.1 DISPLAY INTENSITY
Press the rocker switch on the BRT end to increase intensity
and on the DIM end to decrease intensity. The switch function is the same for both ADI and HSI.

BRT

2.1.2 TEST BUTTON


Pressing and holding the TEST button activates Self Test
and displays the test modes. The function is the same for
both ADI and HSI. Self Test is inhibited during ILS mode.
2.1.3 FUNCTION BUTTONS

DIM

TEST

2.1.3.1 N NORM Button


Pressing this button always reverts the display to Normal
mode (ADI or HSI).

2.1.3.2 M MODE Button

This button is non-functional in ADI mode. In HSI mode,


each press cycles the display between NORMAL, ARC, WX,
WX+MAP, and MAP. Italicized modes are not currently
active.

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2.1.3.3 R RANGE Button


This button is non-functional in ADI mode. In HSI mode,
pressing this button changes ranges in MAP mode.

2.1.3.4 I INTEGRATE Button


Pressing this button activates the Integrate display mode.
Exit this mode by pressing the NORM button.

2.1.4 AMBIENT LIGHT SENSOR


Not operational.

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3. EADI/EHSI DISPLAYS
3.1 EADI DISPLAYS
3.1.1 PITCH ATTITUDE
A moving white simulated horizon
line rotates angularly with the roll
of the aircraft and moves up and
down with pitch of the aircraft.
Blue sky above the horizon and
black ground below the horizon
align with the horizon line as it follows the aircraft's pitch and roll.
Pitch scale reference marks
extend above and below the horizon line indicating 2.5 increments within 30 of the horizon
line and 20 increments from 40
to 80 from the horizon line.

BRT

DIM

FD

20
10

GS

10
5

10
S

DH

20

10

20

20

TEST

Figure 3.1-1
Normal Attitude Display

Red excessive pitch chevrons are provided between 40 and 90


pitch up (on the sky background) and between 30 and 90 pitch
down (on the ground background).
BRT

BRT

DIM

FD

DIM

FD

30

30

20
10
5
TEST

20

30

20
10

10

20

10

40

30
40

5
I

Figure 3.1-2
Excessive Pitch Up Display

TEST

Figure 3.1-3
Excessive Pitch Down Display

When the aircraft pitch attitude is such that the horizon line is off the
display, a small portion (eyebrow) of sky or ground will remain to indicate the direction of minimum pitch correction to return to level flight.

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3.1.2 ROLL ATTITUDE


A white stationary roll scale with
FD 20
DH
20
GS
an orange zero degree index pro- F
vides the reference for the bank
10
10
angle pointer. The white sky
5
5
pointer moves in relation to the
roll scale to indicate degrees of
Figure 3.1-4
aircraft right or left bank. The
Roll Attitude
fixed scale is marked at 10, 20,
30, 45, 60, and 90 degrees, with the 30, 60 and 90 degree marks
being thicker and longer to allow easier recognition. The 90 marks
also serve as the center position on the speed command and glideslope scales.
3.1.3 SYMBOLIC AIRCRAFT
5

Located in the center of the display is the


10
10
Figure
3.1-5
fixed yellow aircraft symbol with a black dot
Symbolic Aircraft
at the center. The pitch and roll attitudes of
the aircraft are displayed by the relationship of the fixed symbolic aircraft and the movable horizon. The symbolic aircraft is flown to satisfy
the command cues of the flight director.
3.1.4 SPLIT CUE FLIGHT DIRECTOR
The split cue flight director is represented
10
10
by vertical and horizontal magenta bars in
5
5
the center of the EADI display about the
fixed aircraft symbol. The command bars
appear to move in front of the yellow air5
5
craft symbol but behind the black dot. The
10
10
horizontal bar provides pitch commands
and the vertical bar provides roll comFigure 3.1-6
mands. The bars are independently driven
Flight Director
and can indicate pitch only, roll only, or
combined pitch and roll commands. The flight director commands are
satisfied by flying the center black dot of the symbolic aircraft to the
intersection of the flight director command bars. The selection of the
same flight director computer by both Captain and First Officer is
annunciated by an FD (black text in a yellow circle). The annunciator and the command bars are removed from the display when the
flight director mode is not active.
The decrab symbol is presented as a white V above the symbolic
aircraft. The decrab symbol slides left or right along the wings of the
symbolic aircraft to indicate the rudder command.

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3.1.5 RATE OF TURN


A white stationary rate of turn scale provides the reference for the rate of turn
pointer. A standard rate turn (3
degrees/second) is indicated by the pointer
aligning directly under the left or right
index.

Figure 3.1-7
Rate of Turn Indicator
DIM

3.1.6 SPEED COMMAND


A stationary white vertical scale located on the
left side of the EADI is the reference for the
fast-slow pointer (orange circle). The speed
command circle indicates deviation from the
selected speed. Full scale deflection indicates
10 knots above or below the target airspeed.

Figure 3.1-8
Speed Command
Indicator

H
3.1.7 GLIDESLOPE INDICATOR
A white stationary dotted vertical scale located
on the right side of the indicator is the reference for the glideslope deviation pointer (white
triangle). The glideslope pointer indicates the
center of the glideslope with respect to the
actual aircraft position.

GS

Figure 3.1-9
Glideslope Indicator

3.1.8 RISING RUNWAY


A green runway symbol representing the
airport runway moves laterally in relation to
a white expanded localizer deviation scale.
The lateral deviation indicates the aircraft
position with respect to the localizer centerline. The runway symbol rises linearly to
indicate radio altitude below 200 feet. The
runway begins to rise at 200 feet and
touches the bottom of the aircraft symbol at
zero feet of radio altitude.

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20

10
20

Figure 3.1-10
Rising Runway

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3.1.9 DECISION HEIGHT (DH) ANNUNCIATION


A yellow circle with DH in black is
displayed when the set decision height
is reached. The annunciator does not
flash.
3.1.10 FLIGHT DIRECTOR (FD)
ANNUNCIATION

20

DH

GS

Figure 3.1-11
Decision Height Annunciator

A yellow circle with FD in black is displayed when the same Flight Director DIM
20
F
is selected by both Captain and First
Officer. The annunciator does not
Figure 3.1-12
flash.
Flight Director Annunciator

FD

3.1.11 ADI FAILURE ANNUNCIATIONS


External sensor systems failures are annunciated in black text inside
a red box. Up to six different failures are displayed:
GYRO Attitude system failures. The bank angle pointer, pitch scale,
horizon line and black ground are removed from the display.
FD

Flight Director system failures. The command bar causing


the invalid condition will be displayed as folows: Pitch
Command Bar - Full Down, Roll Comand Bar - Full Right,
Decrab Symbol - Full Left

GS

Loss of Glideslope Valid during ILS Approach mode. The


glideslope scale and pointer are removed from the display.

R/T

Rate of Turn invalid. The rate of turn scale and pointer are
removed from the display.

RWY

Loss of LOC Valid or Radio Altitude Valid during ILS


Approach mode. The localizer scale and runway symbol are
removed from the display.

SPD

Loss of Speed Command Valid. The speed comand scale


and circle are removed from the display.

Dual installations perform cross-side monitoring and display crossside failures in a yellow box in the lower right corner of the ADI display. For the failure to be displayed, 1) the cross-side sensor failure
must have been displayed on the cross-side display for at least two
seconds, or 2) the cross-side HSI has failed. A black number indicates the station where the failure occurred. A red X annunciation in
the yellow box indicates that the cross-side status has not been

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BRT

DIM

GYRO
FD

S
P
D

G
S
M

RWY

TEST

R/T

Figure 3.1-13
ADI Sensor Failure Annunciation

BRT

HDG PIT

ROL

GS

MON

DIM

FD

ALT

20

20
10

10
S
TEST

LOC

20

DH

GS

10
5

10

20

Figure 3.1-14
ADI Cross-side Monotor Annunciation

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EADI/EHSI Displays

received for at least two seconds. All ADI failure flags flash for four to
six seconds upon initial display, then become steady indications.
3.1.12 COMPARATOR MONITOR ANNUNCIATIONS
These annunciations are only presented when configured. The
HDG annunciation indicates a difference exists between the
Captain and First Officer headings. Likewise, PIT and ROL indicate a difference between the pitch or roll respectively on each aircraft side. The GS, LOC and ALT annunciations are not operational at this time. The MON annunciation indicates a monitor invalid
condition exists such that comparison of cross-side information can
not be performed.

NOTE: The comparator monitor annunciations will appear during


self-test if they are configured for display. They will not appear if they
are not configured.
3.1.13 ADI QUICK REFERENCE
The following foldout pages provide a quick guide to the ADI displays.

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Command Bars
The vertical bar indicates the roll correction which the aircraft must
make to maintain a selected heading or course, and the horizontal
bar indicates the pitch correction the aircraft must make to maintain
altitude, pitch, or to track the glideslope. Bars appear when a valid
flight director mode is commanded by an external control panel.

Bank Scale and Pointer


Airplane bank angle is indicated by the
position of the white pointer on the bank
scale. Scale indices represent 0, 10, 20,
30, 45, 60 and 90 degree bank angles.

Sky

Decision Height (DH)


Annunciation
Indicates when decision
height is reached.
BRT

Flight Director (FD)


Annunciation
Indicates when same flight
director computer is driving
command bars on both
Captain and FO sides.

DIM

FD

20

20
10

Speed Command Circle


and Scale
Circle moves up or down
the scale to indicate
deviation from selected
airspeed.
Airplane Symbol and
Horizon Bar
Airplane attitude is indicated
by the position of the fixed
aircraft symbol with respect
to the movable horizon bar.

20

TEST

10

20

Glideslope Pointer and Scale


Pointer represents glideslope
beam and moves up or down
the glideslope deviation scale
to indicate vertical displacement
of the aircraft from the glideslope
center. In view only when
localizer is tuned and reliable
glideslope is present. The
glideslope scale and pointer are
removed when backcourse is
active.
Pitch Scale
Indicates amount of pitch
up/down. Graduated in 2.5
increments within 30 of the
horizon line and in 20
increments from 40 to 80.

Figure 3.1-15
Normal ADI Quick Reference

FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

Runway and Runway Extension Indicator


Indicates lateral displacement of the aircraft from the localizer. In
view only when a localizer is tuned. On backcourse aproaches,
the runway indicator gives reverse indications. The runway indicator
will rise vertically to indicate radio altitude from 200 feet to touchdown,
each mark on the rising runway represents 100 feet.

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GS

10

10
S

DH

Decrab Symbol
Indicates rudder command
required to align aircraft with the
runway. The decrab symbol is
only displayed on an autopilot
coupled approach.

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Rate of Turn Indicator


Needle indicates turn rate and
direction. Outer marks indicate
three degrees per second.

Ground

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40
30

30

20

20
10

10
5

TEST

80
M

60
R

40
TEST

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FD

Ground
An eyebrow of ground will
always be shown, even if
the pitch exceeds viewable
limits of the ground. If the
pitch changes from what is
shown to drive the remaining
ground off the display, the
eyebrow will remain and the
horizon line will drive off the
display.

3-9

10

10

20

20

30

30
40

BRT

DIM

Figure 3.1-16
Excessive Pitch ADI Quick Reference
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DIM

TEST

Chevrons
Red Chevrons indicate
direction of pitch correction
to return to a normal pitch
attitude. They first appear
23 Nose Up and 10 Nose
Down

BRT

DIM

Sky
An eyebrow of sky will
always be shown, even if
the pitch exceeds viewable
limits of the sky. If the pitch
changes from what is shown
to drive the remaining sky
off the display, the eyebrow
will remain and the horizon
line will drive off the display.

80

80

FD

60

DIM

BRT

TEST

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3.2 EHSI DISPLAYS


The EHSI is capable of displaying five different presentations of the
horizontal situation. The Mode (M) button cycles the display through
Normal, ARC, Wx, Wx + MAP, and MAP modes. The Wx modes are
not currently implemented.
3.2.1 NORMAL HSI DISPLAY

3.2.1.1 Azimuth Card

12

24

27

30

A 360 degree rotating white


azimuth card indicates aircraft BRT
INS2
INS1
heading referenced to a white
TRU
1234
1324
000
rectangular box with a triangular
N
heading index mark (lubber line) DIM
0
3
GS
33
protruding from the bottom. The
M
heading index box is shown at
the top center of the azimuth
card, and contains digital heading
R
in integer degrees (0 thru 359).
The heading is shown with TEST
I
respect to True or Magnetic
ILS 1
north, and a blue TRU above
the heading index box indicates
Figure 3.2-1
the current reference. A fixed
Normal HSI Display
white symbolic aircraft in the center of the azimuth card indicates
the aircrafts relationship to the horizontal situation display. The
azimuth card is divided into five degree increments, with the 10
degree divisions being longer to help with identification of the current
heading. Fixed 45 degree markers (white triangles) are positioned
around the outside of the azimuth card.
15

18

21

3.2.1.2 Navigation Source Annunciation


The navigation system selected by the
flight crew is annunciated in white in the
lower left corner of the display. Three navigation sources are possible: ILS, VOR, or
NAV. Up to three of each system can be
annunciated (e.g. NAV1, NAV2, NAV3).

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TEST

ILS 1

Figure 3.2-2
Navigation Source
Annunciation

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EADI/EHSI Displays
3.2.1.3 Selected Heading

13
An orange notched heading bug is manual- 34
000
ly rotated around the azimuth card by an
external heading select knob. The heading
Figure03.2-3
bug indicates selected heading, and once Selected Heading Bug
set, rotates with the azimuth card.
3.2.1.4 Selected Course

33

12

24

27

30

A white selected course pointer is manually rotated around the azimuth card by an
external course select knob. The pointer
indicates the desired navigation course,
and once set, rotates with the azimuth
card. When the primary navigation source
is an INS (NAV annunciated) desired track
from the INS is used to position the course
Figure 3.2-4
pointer.
Selected Course Pointer
15

18

21

3.2.1.5 Course Deviation Display


30

27

12

24

The course deviation scale (five white


dots) provides a reference for the course
deviation bar. The course deviation bar is
the center bar of the selected course
pointer. The course deviation bar indicates
the centerline of the selected navigation
Figure 3.2-5
course or localizer course in relation to the
symbolic aircraft. The course deviation Course Deviation Display
scale and pointer rotate with the azimuth
card when set.

3.2.1.6 Bearing Pointer(s)


Not currently implemented.

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3.2.1.7 Distance Display


Two white alphanumeric distance displays provide the distance in
nautical miles from the aircraft to the selected DME or VORTAC station in the standard navigation mode
(DME), or distance to a waypoint in the INS1
INS2
TRU
1324
INS mode. The distance source is annun- 1234
000
Figure 3.2-6
ciated above its respective distance
Distance Display
value. If distance data is invalid, the distance value is replaced by dashes. When
distance data is missing, the entire disINS1
INS2
TRU
ance display is removed. DME distance ------000
is shown as XXX.X from 0.0 thru 399.9
Figure 3.2-7
NM. INS/LNAV distance is shown as Invalid Distance Display
XXX.X from 0.0 thru 999.9 and as XXXX
for 1000 NM and above.

3.2.1.8 To/From Display

30

24

Figure 3.2-8
TO Display
12
15

18

21

3.2.1.9 Glideslope Display

Figure 3.2-9
FROM Display
GS

A white stationary dotted vertical scale located


on the right side of the indicator is the reference for the glideslope deviation pointer (white
triangle). The glideslope pointer indicates the
center of the glideslope with respect to the
actual aircraft position.

3.2.1.10 Drift Angle Display

An orange arrowhead near the center of


the azimuth card pointing towards the
head of the course pointer represents the
TO indication, pointing towards the tail
of the course pointer represents the
FROM indication. The arrowhead points
toward the navigation station or waypoint,
indicating whether the current selected
course is TO or FROM the navigation
station or waypoint.

33

Figure 3.2-10
Glideslope Indicator

Not currently implemented.

3.2.1.11 Ground Speed Display


Not currently implemented.
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3.2.2 ARC HSI DISPLAY
BRT

INS1

INS2

TRU

1234

1324

000

DIM

GS

0
33

30

The ARC format provides for display of weather radar data (not
currently supported) and provides
increased resolution of the displayed navigation data due to the
enlarged scale.

3.2.2.1 Azimuth Card


The azimuth card functions the
same as in normal HSI mode,
except only 45 degrees on either
side of the current heading is visible.

TEST

ARC
ILS 1

Figure 3.2-11
ARC HSI Display

3.2.2.2 Navigation Source Annunciation


Same as Normal mode.

3.2.2.3 Selected Heading


Same as Normal mode, except that when
GS
0
the heading bug moves off the visible
3
33
scale, a small orange heading bug symbol
is displayed above the right or left edge of
Figure 3.2-12
the azimuth scale to indicate its actual loca- Selected Heading Bug
tion.

3.2.2.4 Selected Course

30

Same as Normal mode, except the lower


portion of the pointer is out of view and
when the pointer moves off the visible
scale, a small white selected course arrow
symbol is displayed above the right or left
edge of the azimuth scale to indicate its
actual location.

0
33

Figure 3.2-13
Selected Course Pointer

3.2.2.5 Course Deviation Display


Same as Normal mode.

3.2.2.6 Bearing Pointer(s)


Not currently implemented.

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3.2.2.7 Distance Display


Same as Normal mode.

3.2.2.8 To/From Display


Same as Normal mode.

3.2.2.9 Glideslope Display


Same as Normal mode.

3.2.2.10 Drift Angle Display


Not currently implemented.

3.2.2.11 Ground Speed Display


Not currently implemented.
3.2.3 MAP HSI DISPLAY
The MAP format provides for increased resolution of the displayed
navigation data due to the enlarged scale. It also provides range
information. The MAP mode display is the same as ARC except as
noted in the following paragraphs.

3.2.3.2 MAP Waypoints

INS1

INS2

TRU

1234

1324

000

DIM

GS

0
33

3
M

The azimuth card forms the outer


range ring. The inner range ring
represents half the distance to the
outer range ring. The half-range
distance is annunciated at the
bottom right end of the inner ring.
The full map range is annunciated in the lower left corner of the
display, directly under the mode
annunciation. Currently, the range
is annunciated as dashes only.

BRT

30

3.2.3.1 Range Rings

-TEST

MAP
- - - ILS 1

Figure 3.2-14
MAP Display

Not currently implemented.

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3.2.4 WX DISPLAY
Not currently implemented.
3.2.5 WX + MAP DISPLAY
Not currently implemented.
3.2.6 HSI FAILURE ANNUNCIATIONS

External sensor systems failures are annunciated in black text inside


a red box. Up to three different failures are displayed:
HDG

Loss of Compass or Heading Valid. The digital heading is


removed from the display, but the compass card remains
on the display. See Special Considerations section.

NAV
or VOR
or ILS

Loss of Course Deviation Valid. The deviation bar and


scale are removed from the display. The to/from arrow is
also removed from the display if the navigation source is
NAV or VOR.
Loss of Glideslope Valid during ILS Approach mode. The
glideslope scale and pointer are removed from the display.

BRT

HDG
N

DIM

27

12

24

NAV

18

21

TEST

A
L
E
R
T

G
S

30

33

An additional annunciation of
ALERT is provided when an
INS waypoint is approached.
A red X annunciation in the
yellow cross-side failure box
indicates that the cross-side
status has not been received
for at least two seconds. All
HSI failure flags flash for four
to six seconds upon initial display, then become steady
indications.

15

GS

NAV 1

NOTE: The only cross-side


failure annunciated by a normal HSI (Integrate mode not
Figure 3.2-15
active) is the red X indicatHSI
Sensor
Failure Annunciation
ing the loss of cross-side
information. With Integrate mode active, an HSI will display the same
cross-side failure information provided by an ADI.
3.2.7 HSI QUICK REFERENCE
The following foldout pages provide a quick guide to the HSI displays.

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Digital Heading Readout


and Lubber Mark
Indicates digital value of magnetic or
true heading from the selected navigation
system. Lubber mark indicates heading
of aircraft on compass card.

BRT

INS1

INS2

TRU

1234

1324

000

DIM

30

33

24

12

18

21

ILS 1

Course Deviation Indicator and Scale


Indicates the centerline of the selected
navigation course in relation to the
aircraft symbol.

Figure 3.2-16
Normal HSI Quick Reference

FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

15

TEST

Navigation Source
Indicates the navigation
source selected to drive the
HSI course deviation.
Possible annunciations are
"NAV", "VOR" or "ILS".

Rev. 0
Jan/97

Airplane Symbol
Indicates aircraft relationship
to the horizontal display.

GS
6

Heading Bug
Indicates selected heading
on the compass card. The
bug is set via an external
heading select knob. Once
set, the bug rotates with the
compass card to provide
continuous indication of the
selected heading.

Compass Card
Indicates aircraft magnetic
or true heading under
lubber mark.

Distance Readout
Indicates distance in nautical
miles from the selected DME
or waypoint according to
navigation system 2.

27

Distance Readout
Indicates distance in nautical
miles from the selected DME
or waypoint according to
navigation system 1.

Mag/True Annunciator
Indicates which aircraft heading
data is shown: magnetic (blank)
or true (TRU).

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Selected Course Arrow


Indicates selected course on
the compass card. The arrow
is set via an external course
select knob. Once set, the
arrow rotates with the
compass card to provide
continuous indication of the
selected course.
To/From Pointer
Indicates if selected course
is to or from the selected
VOR Station. Not displayed
with ILS active.
Glideslope Pointer and
Scale
Pointer represents glideslope
beam and moves up or down
the glideslope deviation scale
to indicate vertical
displacement of the aircraft
from the glideslope center. In
view only when localizer is
tuned and reliable glideslope
is present.

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Jan/97

EADI/EHSI Displays

Mag/True Annunciator
Indicates which aircraft heading
data is shown: magnetic (blank)
or true (TRU).

Digital Heading Readout


and Lubber Mark
Indicates digital value of magnetic or
true heading from the selected navigation
system. Lubber mark indicates heading
of aircraft on compass card.

Heading Bug
Indicates selected heading
on the compass card. The
bug is set via an external
heading select knob. Once
set, the bug rotates with the
compass card to provide
continuous indication of the
selected heading.

Distance Readout
Indicates distance in nautical
miles from the selected DME
or waypoint according to
navigation system 2.
BRT

INS1

INS2

TRU

1234

1324

000

DIM

GS

0
33

3
M

30

Distance Readout
Indicates distance in nautical
miles from the selected DME
or waypoint according to
navigation system 1.

Compass Card
Indicates aircraft magnetic
or true heading under
lubber mark.

Airplane Symbol
Indicates aircraft relationship
to the horizontal display.
TEST

HSI Display Mode


Indicates ARC or MAP
display.
Navigation Source
Indicates the navigation
source selected to drive the
HSI course deviation.

ARC
ILS 1

FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

Glideslope Pointer and


Scale
Pointer represents glideslope
beam and moves up or down
the glideslope deviation scale
to indicate vertical
displacement of the aircraft
from the glideslope center. In
view only when localizer is
tuned and reliable glideslope
is present.
To/From Pointer
Indicates if selected course
is to or from the selected
VOR Station or waypoint. Not
displayed with ILS active.

Course Deviation Indicator and Scale


Indicates the centerline of the selected
navigation course in relation to the
aircraft symbol.

Figure 3.2-17
ARC HSI Quick Reference
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Jan/97

Selected Course Arrow


Indicates selected course on
the compass card. The arrow
is set via an external course
select knob. Once set, the
arrow rotates with the
compass card to provide
continuous indication of the
selected course.

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BRT

Course Pointer Locator


Indicates to which side the
course pointer is closest.

INS1

1234

1324

000

DIM

GS

0
33

TEST

ARC
ILS 1

Figure 3.2-18
Off-Scale ARC HSI Quick Reference

FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

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Heading Bug Locator


Indicates to which side the
heading bug is closest.

30

Selected Course Arrow


Indicates selected course on
the compass card. The arrow
is set via an external course
select knob. Once set, the
arrow rotates with the
compass card to provide
continuous indication of the
selected course.

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Jan/97

INS2

TRU

Heading Bug
Indicates selected heading
on the compass card. The
bug is set via an external
heading select knob. Once
set, the bug rotates with the
compass card to provide
continuous indication of the
selected heading.

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Digital Heading Readout


and Lubber Mark
Indicates digital value of magnetic or
true heading from the selected navigation
system. Lubber mark indicates heading
of aircraft on compass card.

Heading Bug
Indicates selected heading
on the compass card. The
bug is set via an external
heading select knob. Once
set, the bug rotates with the
compass card to provide
continuous indication of the
selected heading.

Compass Card
Indicates aircraft magnetic
or true heading under
lubber mark.

Distance Readout
Indicates distance in nautical
miles from the selected DME
or waypoint according to
navigation system 2.
BRT

INS1

INS2

TRU

1234

1324

000

DIM

GS

0
33

3
M

30

Distance Readout
Indicates distance in nautical
miles from the selected DME
or waypoint according to
navigation system 1.

Mag/True Annunciator
Indicates which aircraft heading
data is shown: magnetic (blank)
or true (TRU).

Airplane Symbol
Indicates aircraft relationship
to the horizontal display.

-TEST

HSI Display Mode


Indicates ARC or MAP
display.
Full-Range Annunciator
Indicates the full map range
selected. The azimuth scale
represents the full range
ring. Currently indicates
dashes only.

MAP
- - - ILS 1

Glideslope Pointer and


Scale
Pointer represents glideslope
beam and moves up or down
the glideslope deviation scale
to indicate vertical
displacement of the aircraft
from the glideslope center. In
view only when localizer is
tuned and reliable glideslope
is present.
To/From Pointer
Indicates if selected course
is to or from the selected VOR
Station or waypoint. Not
displayed with ILS active.

Navigation Source
Indicates the navigation
source selected to drive the
HSI course deviation.

Course Deviation Indicator and Scale


Indicates the centerline of the selected
navigation course in relation to the
aircraft symbol.

Figure 3.2-19
MAP HSI Quick Reference
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Jan/97

Selected Course Arrow


Indicates selected course on
the compass card. The arrow
is set via an external course
select knob. Once set, the
arrow rotates with the
compass card to provide
continuous indication of the
selected course.

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Half-Range Ring and


Annunciator
Indicates half of the full map
range selected. Currently
indicates dashes only.

EADI/EHSI Displays
3.3 INTEGRATE MODE
BRT

DIM

FD

20

20
10

20

GS

10
5

10
S

DH

10
0

20

30

33

TRU

I
NAV 1

27

TEST
9

The EADI and the EHSI both can


provide the Integrated display as
a reversionary mode, and the
integrated display is identical on
either an ADI or HSI. The ADI
and HSI display functions are the
same as they would be on an ADI
or HSI alone, except that the rate
of turn display and the rising runway are not displayed, and the
to/from pointer is duplicated on
both sides of the symbolic aircraft. Off scale symbols (heading
bug and course pointer) are displayed as in the ARC HSI mode.

Figure 3.3-1
Integrate Display

On a display configured as an
ADI, a pitch value of more than 23 degrees up or down will result in
the display reverting to the ADI presentation. The display will not
automatically return to Integrate mode when pitch value is reduced to
less than 23 degrees. The Integrate mode must be manually reselected. On a display configured as an HSI, pitch value does not
cause the display to revert to HSI mode.
3.3.1 INTEGRATE MODE FAILURE ANNUNCIATIONS

3-24

ROL

GS

ALT

GYRO
FD

S
P
D

G
S
M

A
L
E
R
T

33
30

DIM

LOC

TEST

HDG
0

R
3

NAV
9

The following foldout pages


provide a quick guide to the
Integrate Mode displays.

HDG PIT
MON

3.3.2 INTEGRATE MODE


QUICK REFERENCE

BRT

27

External failures are annumciated in the same way as on


the ADI and HSI, except
RWY and R/T, because
the rising runway and the rate
of turn indicator are not
shown on the integrate display.

Figure 3.3-2
Integrate Mode Failure Annunciation

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EADI/EHSI Displays

Command Bars
The vertical bar indicates the roll correction which the aircraft must
make to maintain a selected heading or course, and the horizontal
bar indicates the pitch correction the aircraft must make to maintain
altitude, pitch, or to track the glideslope. Bars appear when a valid
flight director mode is commanded by an external control panel.

BRT

Flight Director (FD)


Annunciation
Indicates when same flight
director computer is driving
command bars on both
Captain and FO sides.

FD

1324
20

20
10

10
0

20

TEST

TRU

I
9

NAV 1

Ground
A small amount of ground will always be shown, if at the top of
the ADI, even if the pitch exceeds viewable limits of the ground.
The eyebrow of ground will be obscured by the compass card at
the bottom.

Figure 3.3-3
Integrate Mode ADI Quick Reference
Rev. 0
Jan/97

33

30

20

GS

10
5

10
S

DH

Airplane Symbol and


Horizon Bar
Airplane attitude is indicated
by the position of the fixed
aircraft symbol with respect
to the movable horizon bar.

Decision Height (DH)


Annunciation
Indicates when decision
height is reached.

INS2

1234
DIM

Speed Command Circle


and Scale
Circle moves up or down
the scale to indicate
deviation from selected
airspeed.

INS1

27

Sky
A small amount of sky will
always be shown if at the
top of the ADI, even if the
pitch exceeds viewable
limits of the sky.

Bank Scale and Pointer


Airplane bank angle is indicated by the
position of the white pointer on the bank
scale. Scale indices represent 0, 10, 20,
30, 45, 60 and 90 degree bank angles.

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Decrab Symbol
Indicates rudder command
required to align aircraft with
runway. The decrab symbol
is only displayed on an
autopilot coupled approach.
Glideslope Pointer and Scale
Pointer represents glideslope
beam and moves up or down
the glideslope deviation scale
to indicate vertical
displacement of the aircraft
from the glideslope center. In
view only when localizer is
tuned and reliable glideslope
is present. The glideslope scale
and pointer are removed when
backcourse is active.
Pitch Scale
Indicates amount of pitch
up/down. Graduated in 2.5
increments within 30 of the
horizon line and in 20
increments from 40 to 80.

EADI/EHSI Displays

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EADI/EHSI Displays

Distance Readout
Indicates distance in nautical
miles from the selected DME
or waypoint according to
navigation system 2.

Distance Readout
Indicates distance in nautical
miles from the selected DME
or waypoint according to
navigation system 1.

DIM

FD

INS2

1324
20

20
10
5

TEST

10
0

30

33

20

TRU

Alert Annunciator
Indicates that an INS
waypoint is being
approached.
Navigation Source
Indicates the navigation
source selected to drive the
HSI course deviation which
is also displayed on the ADI
in Integrate Mode.

Course Deviation Indicator and Scale


Indicates the centerline of the selected
navigation course in relation to the
aircraft symbol.

Figure 3.3-4
Integrate Mode HSI Quick Reference
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Mag/True Annunciator
Indicates which aircraft heading
data is shown: magnetic (blank)
or true (TRU).

NAV 1

GS

10
20

DH

10
5

A
S L
E
R
T

Compass Card
Indicates aircraft magnetic
or true heading under
lubber mark.

Heading Bug
Indicates selected heading
on the compass card. The
bug is set via an external
heading select knob. Once
set, the bug rotates with the
compass card to provide
continuous indication of the
selected heading. When
driven out of view, a small
heading bug is displayed
over the right or left end of
the azimuth card to show
the location.

INS1

1234

27

Lubber Mark
Indicates heading of aircraft
on compass card.

BRT

Airplane Symbol
Indicates aircraft relationship
to the horizontal display.

Selected Course Arrow


Indicates selected course on the
compass card. The arrow is set
via an external course select
knob. Once set, the arrow rotates
with the compass card to provide
continuous indication of the
selected course. When driven out
of view, a small arrow displayed
over the right or left end of the
azimuth card to show the location.
To/From Pointer
Indicates if selected course is to
or from the selected VOR Station
or waypoint. Duplicated on both
ends of the course pointer so
that at least one will always be
visible.

EADI/EHSI Displays

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Jan/97

Special Considerations

4. SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS
4.1 NAVIGATION SOURCE COMBINATIONS
During approach mode (a valid ILS frequency selected), a normal
EADI will display a glideslope scale with pointer and a rising runway.
When displayed, the glideslope pointer position is always determined
by the on-side glideslope receiver. The lateral position of the runway
is always determined by the on-side localizer and the vertical position of the runway is always determined by the on-side radio altimeter. Cross-side and other sensors are never used, therefore there is
no need to identify these sensor sources. During enroute mode (a
valid ILS frequency is not selected) the glideslope scale and runway
symbol are removed from the EADI display.
The navigation sources used to position the course deviation bar on
the EHSI are identified since three sources are possible. INS is
annunciated as NAV, VOR is annunciated as VOR and localizer is
annunciated as ILS. The glideslope scale with pointer position
determined by the glideslope receiver is also displayed when the
course deviation bar is driven by the localizer receiver and ILS is
annunciated as the navigation source. The glideslope scale and
pointer are removed from display on the EHSI when the selected
sensor is VOR or NAV.
When Integrate mode is selected on an EADI, the navigation source
used to position the course deviation bar on the integrated display will
match that selected for use on the associated EHSI. These navigation sources are identified with the same annunciations used on the
EHSI.
Some aircraft installations allow independent selection of navigation
sensors for the EADI and EHSI. This can result in unexpected combinations of sensors between the two displays and also on a single
EADI display with the Integrate mode selected. For example, the
presence of a glideslope scale and pointer on an EADI in Integrate
mode does not insure that the course deviation bar on the same display is driven by the localizer. The actual navigation source of lateral
deviation may be NAV, VOR or ILS as selected for the EHSI. The
correct navigation source is annunciated in all cases and must be
used to avoid confusion. All the possible combinations are shown in
the following figures.

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FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

4-1

Special Considerations

ADI ENROUTE
INS1

1324
20
10
5

10

10
0

TRU

27

10
0

TRU

INS2

TRU

1324

000

DIM

30

33

12

12

15

21
TEST

18

21

NAV 1

27

20

27

INS1

27

30

24

33

1234
N

TEST

BRT

INS2

1324

000
0

I
NAV 1

TRU

33

TEST

INS1

1234

DIM

20

GS

10
5

10

20
6

BRT

20

TEST
NAV 1

20

30

33

30

20

DIM

10
5

10
S

20

INS2

1324

24

INS1

1234

18

DIM

BRT

INS2

1234

15

BRT

ADI APPROACH

NAV 1

Figure 4.1-1
HSI on NAV (INS)

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FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

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Jan/97

Special Considerations

ADI ENROUTE
INS1

1324
20
10
5

10

10
0

10
0

INS2

INS1

1324

000

30

33

12

12

15

21
TEST

18

21

VOR 1

27

20
I

DIM

27

30

24

33

1234
N

TEST

27

27

000
0

1324

BRT

INS2

33

TEST
VOR 1

INS1

1234
DIM

20

GS

10
5

10

20
I

BRT

20

TEST
VOR 1

20

30

33

30

20

DIM

10
5

10
S

20

INS2

1324

24

INS1

1234

18

DIM

BRT

INS2

1234

15

BRT

ADI APPROACH

VOR 1

Figure 4.1-2
HSI on VOR
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FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

4-3

Special Considerations

ADI ENROUTE
INS1

1324
20
10
5

10

1324

27

INS2

1324
N

33

12

12

15

21
TEST

18

21

ILS 1

GS
M

27

20

000

DIM

ILS

G
S

30

3
6

27

10
0

INS1

1234
N

24

33

30

000

TEST

BRT

INS2

I
ILS 1

INS1

33

TEST

27

ILS

1234
DIM

20

GS

10
5

10

20
6

BRT

20

10
0

TEST
ILS 1

20

30

33

30

20

DIM

10
5

10
S

20

INS2

1324

24

INS1

1234

18

DIM

BRT

INS2

1234

15

BRT

ADI APPROACH

ILS 1

Figure 4.1-3
HSI on ILS

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FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

Rev. 0
Jan/97

Special Considerations

4.2 HEADING FAILURE


Invalid heading is indicated by replacing the digital heading readout
with a red HDG flag. The compass card will continue to be displayed and will rotate in response to the heading signal received by
the EHSI. If the heading signal is not received by the EHSI, the compass card will freeze at the last valid value for heading and the HDG
flag will be in view.
When the HDG flag is displayed, the positions of the selected heading bug and selected course arrow should not be trusted. This is
because heading is used to generate the selected heading and
selected course signals received by the EHSI, and the validity of
heading at that location (outside the EHSI) is unknown.

BRT

INS2

INS1

1234

1324

HDG

DIM

GS
M

12

24

27

30

33

15

18

21
TEST

ILS 1

Figure 4.2-1
Heading Failure Flag

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Jan/97

FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

4-5

Special Considerations
4.3 SELECTED COURSE FAILURE

If selected course is not received by the EHSI, the selected course


arrow head and tail are removed from the display and the course
deviation scale is fixed in a horizontal position (selected course
defaults to aircraft heading). The to/from arrow will continue to be displayed if the to/from signal is still received from the selected navigation source. The to/from arrow and course deviation may be incorrect
since the selected course used by the navigation source (if any) is
unknown.

BRT

INS2

INS1

1234

1324

000

DIM

3
M

12

24

27

30

33

15

18

21
TEST

VOR 1

Figure 4.3-1
Selected Course Failure Flag

4.4 SELECTED HEADING FAILURE


If selected heading is not received by the EHSI, the selected heading
bug is removed from the display.

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FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

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Jan/97

Operating Instructions

5. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Consult Aircraft Flight Manual Supplement for specific procedures
and limitations in operation.

5.1 START UP
When power is initially applied to
the EADI/EHSI system, various
flags may be annunciated on the
displays, representing systems
not yet operational. If all flags do
not clear, then recheck the
annunciated system.
Adjust brightness control on the
EADI and EHSI to desired brightness.

5.2 SELF TEST

BRT

DIM

TEST

Figure 5.1-1
Bezel

Performing the Self Test is not


required at any time. If a failure was to occur or exist, the failure
would be annunciated. This test is intended to familiarize the operator
with the various flagging methodology used and a quick check for
proper color presentation.
Self Test is inhibited during ILS mode if both glideslope and localizer
are valid.

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Jan/97

FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

5-1

Operating Instructions

5.2.1 ADI SELF TEST


Press and hold the TEST button on the ADI to initiate the three phases of self test. Release of the button will cause the previous display to
return, unless BIT test is in progress, in which case the test will complete, then the display will return.
Phase 1 - A static display that imitates the electromechanical self test
for five seconds.
No failure flags displayed
Attitude - 10 pitch up, 20 right roll
Flight Director - Full scale (16.7) pitch up, full scale (16.7) right roll
Rudder Command - Full scale right
Glideslope - Centered
Speed Command - Centered
Rate of Turn - Centered
Rising Runway - Centered laterally, 100 feet radio altitude
Phase 2 - All failure and warning flags flashing for five seconds.
Ground - Decluttered
Pitch Scale - Decluttered
Roll Sky Pointer - Decluttered
SPD, GYRO, GS, R/T, RWY flags
FD light - On steady
DH light - On steady
CM annunciations - Appear only if configured
All flags except FD and DH flashing
Phase 3 - Steady flags displayed while internal BIT test performed.
Same as Phase 2 except flags remain on steady

5-2

FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

Rev. 0
Jan/97

Operating Instructions

BRT
MON

30
DIM

GS

20

30

TEST
20

10
10

5
5
5
5

10

10

TEST

Figure 4.1-2
ADI Self Test Phase 1

BRT

HDG PIT

ROL

GS

MON

DIM

FD
S
P
D

LOC
ALT

GYRO
FD

DH

G
S

TEST

TEST

RWY
R/T

Figure 4.1-3
ADI Self Test Phase 2 & 3

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FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

5-3

Operating Instructions

5.2.2 HSI SELF TEST


Press and hold the TEST button on the HSI to initiate the three phases of self test. Release of the button will cause the previous display to
return, unless BIT test is in progress, in which case the test will complete, then the display will return.
Phase 1 - A static display that imitates the electromechanical self test
for five seconds.
No failure flags displayed
Compass Card - 0 (north), digital heading 000
Source/Distance Display - INSX/3999; or DMEX/399.9 if available,
if not available, then blank
Glideslope - Centered
Selected Course - 90
Lateral Deviation - Centered
TO/FROM - Both displayed
Heading Bug - 180
If ARC or MAP mode:
Off Scale Symbols - Both heading bug and course pointer displayed
Phase 2 - All failure and warning flags flashing for five seconds.
Source/Distance Display - Decluttered
Selected Course - Decluttered
Lateral Deviation - Decluttered
TO/FROM - Decluttered
Heading Bug - Decluttered
Digital Heading/Lubber Mark - Decluttered
Phase 3 - Steady flags displayed while internal BIT test performed.
Same as Phase 2 except flags remain on steady

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FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

Rev. 0
Jan/97

BRT

Operating Instructions

BRT

INS2

INS1

3999

3999

000

DIM

GS
6

30

33

INS2

INS1

3999

DIM

GS

0
33

3
M

TEST
30

12

24

27

TEST
R

15

18

21
TEST

TEST

ARC

NAV 1

NAV 1

Figure 4.1-4
Normal HSI Self Test Phase 1

Figure 4.1-5
ARC HSI Self Test Phase 1

BRT

BRT

HDG

HDG
N

TEST

12

24

33

18

21

NAV

A
L
E
R
T

15

TEST

G
S

NAV

27

TEST

A
L
E
R
T

G
S

30

33

DIM

30

DIM

TEST

ARC

NAV 1

NAV 1

Figure 4.1-7
Normal HSI Self Test Phase 2 & 3

Rev. 0
Jan/97

3999

000

FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

Figure 4.1-8
ARC HSI Self Test Phase 2 & 3

5-5

Operating Instructions

5.2.3 INTEGRATE MODE SELF TEST


Press and hold the TEST button on the ADI/HSI to initiate the three
phases of self test. Release of the button will cause the previous display to return, unless BIT test is in progress, in which case the test
will complete, then the display will return.
Phase 1 - A static display that imitates the electromechanical self test
for five seconds.
No failure flags displayed
Compass Card - 0 (north)
Source/Distance Display - INSX/3999; or DMEX/399.9 if available,
if not available, then blank
Glideslope & Later al Deviation - Centered
Selected Course - 90
TO/FROM - Both displayed
Heading Bug - 180 (out of view)
Off Scale Symbols - Both heading bug and course pointer displayed
Attitude - 10 pitch up, 20 right roll
Flight Director - Full scale (16.7) pitch up, full scale (16.7) right roll
Rudder Command - Full scale right
Glideslope & Speed Command - Centered
Phase 2 - All failure and warning flags flashing for five seconds.
Source/Distance Display - Decluttered
Selected Course & Lateral Deviation - Decluttered
TO/FROM - Decluttered
Heading Bug - Decluttered
Lubber Mark - Decluttered
Ground - Decluttered
Pitch Scale - Decluttered
Roll Sky Pointer - Decluttered
SPD, GYRO, GS, R/T, RWY flags
FD light - On steady
DH light - On steady
CM annunciations - Appear only if configured
All flags except FD and DH flashing
Phase 3 - Steady flags displayed while internal BIT test performed.
Same as Phase 2 except flags remain on steady

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FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

Rev. 0
Jan/97

BRT

Operating Instructions

INS1

INS2

1234

1324
30

DIM

GS

20

30

TEST
20

10
10

5
5
5

50

10

10

30

33

I
9

NAV 1

27

TEST

Figure 4.1-10
Integrate Mode Self Test Phase 1

BRT

GYRO
FD

FD
S
P
D

DH

A
L
E
R
T

33

27

R
3

NAV
9

NAV 1

HDG
0

TEST

G
S

TEST

30

DIM

Figure 4.1-11
Integrate Mode Self Test Phase 2 & 3

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FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

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Operating Instructions

5.3 LIMITATIONS
For information on EADI/EHSI system operating limitations, please
refer to the approved Flight Manual Supplement for the particular aircraft in question.

5.4 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES


For information on EADI/EHSI system emergency procedures,
please refer to the approved Flight Manual Supplement for the particular aircraft in question.

5-8

FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

Rev. 0
Jan/97

Maintenance Mode Displays

6. MAINTENANCE MODE DISPLAYS


The maintenance mode provides access to the displays internal
operating parameters and fault status. The maintenance mode may
be accessed by pressing the TEST and Integrate (I) buttons simultaneously. Data is displayed on multiple pages. The Next page is
selected using the Range (R) pushbutton. The last page wraps
around to the first page. Pressing the Normal (N) button exits the
maintenance mode. The maintenance mode is inhibited during the
ILS mode if glideslope and localizer are both valid.

NOTE: The maintenance pages are intended to aid troubleshooting


on the ground. They are not intended for use in flight.
The first maintenance page contains the current software version and
mod level, unit serial number, and part number, as well as the
AlliedSignal copyright information. Page 2 begins the unit operating
parameters. The following maintenance pages shall be displayed:

FPI-3501B MAINTENANCE

PG 01

DU OPERATING PARAMS

PG 02

DU STATUS

PG 03

DU BEZEL STATUS

PG 04

DU INTERFACE STATUS

PG 05

DU INTERFACE STATUS

PG 06

DU INTERFACE STATUS

PG 07

DU INTERFACE STATUS

PG 08

DU INTERFACE STATUS

PG 09

DU INTERFACE STATUS

PG 10

DU CALIBRATION DATA

PG 11

WHITE FLAT FIELD TEST PATTERN

PG 12

RED FLAT FIELD TEST PATTERN

PG 13

GREEN FLAT FIELD TEST PATTERN

PG 14

BLUE FLAT FIELD TEST PATTERN

PG 15

BLACK FLAT FIELD TEST PATTERN

PG 16

GRAY SHADES FOR WHITE, RED, GREEN, BLUE

PG 17

WATCHDOG TIMER TEST

PG 18

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FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

6-1

Maintenance Mode Displays


6.1 MAINTENANCE PAGE 1
The following is the definition of
the states for the page:
Parameter
A/C TYPE
A/C SIDE
DISPLAY TYPE
CM ANNUN
FD CMD IN VIEW
PITCH CMD
ROLL CMD

States
B-727/DC-10
CAPT/FO
ADI/HSI
ON/OFF
HI/LO
150/120
150/66

BRT

FPI-3501B
MAINTENANCE PG 01
COPYRIGHT
ALLIEDSIGNAL AVIONICS INC. 1995
DIM

SW RELEASE 01/2H
BOOT RELEASE 01/02
S/N 0021
P/N 066-50017-0101

ID 1230960925

INSTALL/CONFIGURATION OPTIONS
A/C TYPE
DC-10
A/C SIDE
CAPT
DISPLAY TYPE
HSI
CM ANNUNCIATIONS
OFF
FD CMD IN VIEW
HI
PITCH CMD
150
ROLL CMD
150

TEST

Figure 6.1-1
Maintenance Page 1

6.2 MAINTENANCE PAGE 2


The following is the definition of
the states for the page:

BRT

DU OPERATING PARAMS

Parameter
LAMP HEATER
LCD HEATER

States
ON/OFF
ON/OFF

DIM

INTERNAL TEMPERATURE
EXTERNAL LIGHT LEVEL
DISPLAY BRIGHTNESS
BURST CONTROL OUTPUT
DIM/HV OUTPUT
LAMP HEATER
LCD HEATER
TOTAL POWER CYCLES
TOTAL TIME
POWER CYCLE TIME

PG 02
38 C
120
25.46 FL
23.50 %
0.00 V
OFF
OFF
303
64 HRS
0 HRS 11 MINS

TEST

A red flashing FREEZE annunciation indicates that the status


annunciations are static with no
update, frozen by pressing the
Mode (M) button.

6-2

Figure 5.2-1
Maintenance Page 2
TEST

FREEZE

Figure 6.2-2
Frozen Maintenance Page 2

FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

Rev. 0
Jan/97

Maintenance Mode Displays

6.3 MAINTENANCE PAGE 3


The following is the definition of
the states for the page:
Parameter
LAMP
IP, GP,ETC.

States
REPLACE/
PASS/FAIL
PASS/FAIL

BRT

DIM

DU STATUS

PG 03

LAMP
IP
GP
POWER SUPPLY
DIMMER/LCD
I/O #1
I/O #2
BEZEL

PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS

TEST

Figure 6.3-1
Maintenance Page 3

6.4 MAINTENANCE PAGE 4


The following is the definition of
the states for the page:

BRT

DU BEZEL STATUS

Parameter
PUSHBUTTON

States
0/1

NOTE: Remember, if you are


testing the buttons, that pressing
the R button will advance to the
next page, and pressing the N
button will exit the maintenance
mode.

DIM

BRT
DIM
N
M
R
I
TEST

PG 04

PUSHBUTTON
PUSHBUTTON
PUSHBUTTON
PUSHBUTTON
PUSHBUTTON
PUSHBUTTON
PUSHBUTTON

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TEST

Figure 6.4-1
Maintenance Page 4

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FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

6-3

Maintenance Mode Displays


6.5 MAINTENANCE PAGE 5
The following is the definition of
the states for the page:

BRT

DU INTERFACE STATUS

Parameter
429 TX/RX
561/568 RX
SYNCHRO

States
ACTIVE/
INACTIVE
ACTIVE/
INACTIVE
ANGLE
DATA
VALUE

DIM

429 TX
429 RX 1
429 RX 2
561/568 RX 1
561/568 RX 2
SYNCHRO INPUT 1
SYNCHRO INPUT 2
SYNCHRO INPUT 3
SYNCHRO INPUT 4
SYNCHRO INPUT 5

PG 05
INACTIVE
INACTIVE
INACTIVE
INACTIVE
INACTIVE
000
180
180
360
000

TEST

Figure 6.5-1
Maintenance Page 5

6.6 MAINTENANCE PAGE 6


The following is the definition of
the states for the page:

BRT

DU INTERFACE STATUS

Parameter
DISCRETE HI
DISCRETE LO

States
HI/OPEN
OPEN/LO

DIM

DISCRETE HI INPUT
DISCRETE LO INPUT
DISCRETE HI INPUT
DISCRETE LO INPUT
DISCRETE HI INPUT
DISCRETE LO INPUT
DISCRETE HI INPUT
DISCRETE LO INPUT
DISCRETE HI INPUT
DISCRETE LO INPUT
DISCRETE HI INPUT
DISCRETE LO INPUT

0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5

PG 06
HI
LO
HI
LO
HI
LO
HI
LO
HI
LO
HI
LO

TEST

Figure 6.6-1
Maintenance Page 6

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FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

Rev. 0
Jan/97

Maintenance Mode Displays

6.7 MAINTENANCE PAGE 7


The following is the definition of
the states for the page:
Parameter
DISCRETE HI
DISCRETE LO

States
HI/OPEN
OPEN/LO

BRT

DIM

DU INTERFACE STATUS

PG 07

DISCRETE HI INPUT 6
DISCRETE LO INPUT 6
DISCRETE HI INPUT 7
DISCRETE LO INPUT 7
DISCRETE HI INPUT 8
DISCRETE LO INPUT 8
DISCRETE HI INPUT 9
DISCRETE LO INPUT 9
DISCRETE HI INPUT 10
DISCRETE LO INPUT 10
DISCRETE HI INPUT 11
DISCRETE LO INPUT 11

HI
OPEN
HI
LO
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
HI
LO

TEST

Figure 6.7-1
Maintenance Page 7

6.8 MAINTENANCE PAGE 8


The following is the definition of
the states for the page:
Parameter
DISCRETE

States
OPEN/LO

BRT

DIM

DU INTERFACE STATUS

PG 08

DISCRETE
DISCRETE
DISCRETE
DISCRETE
DISCRETE
DISCRETE
DISCRETE
DISCRETE

OPEN
LO
OPEN
OPEN
LO
OPEN
LO
LO

INPUT
INPUT
INPUT
INPUT
INPUT
INPUT
INPUT
INPUT

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

TEST

Figure 6.8-1
Maintenance Page 8

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FPD 500 FLAT PANEL DISPLAY SYSTEM

6-5

Maintenance Mode Displays


6.9 MAINTENANCE PAGE 9
The following is the definition of
the states for the page:

BRT

DU INTERFACE STATUS

Parameter
ANALOG DATA

States
Value

DIM

ANALOG CHANNEL 0
ANALOG CHANNEL 1
ANALOG CHANNEL 2
ANALOG CHANNEL 3
ANALOG CHANNEL 4
ANALOG CHANNEL 5
ANALOG CHANNEL 6
ANALOG CHANNEL 7
ANALOG CHANNEL 8
ANALOG CHANNEL 9
ANALOG CHANNEL 10
ANALOG CHANNEL 11

PG 09
-.026 V
-.003 V
-1.137 V
-1.138 V
-.001 V
-.017 V
.010 V
-.000 V
.000 V
-1.977 V
1.276 V
1.301 V

TEST

Figure 6.9-1
Maintenance Page 9

6.10 MAINTENANCE PAGE 10


The following is the definition of
the states for the page:

BRT

DU INTERFACE STATUS

Parameter
DISCRETE OUT

States
HI/LO

DIM

DISCRETE
DISCRETE
DISCRETE
DISCRETE
DISCRETE
DISCRETE
DISCRETE
DISCRETE

OUTPUT
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
OUTPUT

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

PG 10
LO
LO
LO
LO
LO
LO
LO
LO

TEST

Figure 6.10-1
Maintenance Page 10

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6.11 MAINTENANCE PAGE 11


The following is the definition of
the states for the page:

BRT

DU CALIBRATION DATA

Parameter
ANALOG DATA

States
Value

DIM

PG 11

NON VOLATILE DATA

LIS CALIBRATION VALUE = 42277


VCOM = 3824 CALIBRATION
T0P = 3839
T4P =
T0N =
4
T4N =
T1P = 2032
T5P =
POINT
T1N = 2096
T5N =
T2P = 1680
T6P =
T2N = 2448
T6N =
T3P = 1472
T7P =
T3N = 2704
T7N =

1312
2912
1168
3136
1008
3376
0
4080

TEST

Figure 6.11-1
Maintenance Page 11
Non-Volatile Data
The LIS data displayed may be
either current or stored nonvolatile data, selected by pressing the Integrate (I) button. The
current values will alternate
between frozen and real time by
pressing the Mode (M) button.

BRT

DU CALIBRATION DATA

DIM

TEST

PG 11

TEMPERATURE CORRECTED DATA

INTERNAL TEMPERATURE

46 C

CALIBRATED LIS VALUE = 105743


VCOM = 3742 CALIBRATION
T0P = 3839
T4P =
T0N =
4
T4N =
T1P = 1398
T5P =
POINT
T1N = 3036
T5N =
T2P = 1229
T6P =
T2N = 3306
T6N =
T3P = 1098
T7P =
T3N = 3517
T7N =

1005
3664
883
3826
768
4030
0
4080

FREEZE

Figure 6.11-2
Maintenance Page 11
Current Data

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6.12 MAINTENANCE PAGE 12
Pages 12 - 17 are a check of the
primary colors (white, red, green,
blue, black) on the display.

BRT

DIM

TEST

Figure 6.12-1
Maintenance Page 12

6.13 MAINTENANCE PAGE 13


Pages 12 - 17 are a check of the
primary colors (white, red, green,
blue, black) on the display.

BRT

DIM

TEST

Figure 6.13-1
Maintenance Page 13

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Maintenance Mode Displays

6.14 MAINTENANCE PAGE 14


Pages 12 - 17 are a check of the
primary colors (white, red, green,
blue, black) on the display.

BRT

DIM

TEST

Figure 6.14-1
Maintenance Page 14

6.15 MAINTENANCE PAGE 15


Pages 12 - 17 are a check of the
primary colors (white, red, green,
blue, black) on the display.

BRT

DIM

TEST

Figure 6.15-1
Maintenance Page 15

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6.16 MAINTENANCE PAGE 16
Pages 12 - 17 are a check of the
primary colors (white, red, green,
blue, black) on the display.

BRT

DIM

TEST

Figure 6.16-1
Maintenance Page 16

6.17 MAINTENANCE PAGE 17


Pages 12 - 17 are a check of the
primary colors (white, red, green,
blue, black) on the display. This
one checks the gray shades of
white, red, green, and blue.

BRT

DIM

TEST

Figure 6.17-1
Maintenance Page 17

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6.18 MAINTENANCE PAGE 18


This page contains Watchdog
Timer Test information. This test
is currently disabled and only displays N/D.

BRT

WATCHDOG TIMER STATUS

PG 18
N

DIM

N/D

TEST

Figure 6.18-1
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AlliedSignal, Inc.
Commercial Avionics Systems
400 North Rogers Road
Olathe, KS USA 66062-1294
FAX: 913-791-1302
Telephone: 913-782-0400
006-18046-0000
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