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    400W / 500W SeriesDisplay Interfaces

    Pilots Guide Addendum

    L-3 STORMSCOPE WX-500 Weather Mapping

    Sensor L-3 SKYWATCH Trafc Advisory System

    (Model SKY497)

    L-3 SKYWATCH HP Trafc Advisory System(Model SKY899)

    Bendix/King KTA870 TAS/KMH880

    Multi-Hazard Awareness System Ryan TCAD 9900B and 9900BX

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    This Pilots Guide Addendum is written for:

    GarminGPS400W,GNC420W/420AW,andGNS430W/430AWMainSystemSoftwareVersions2.00,3.00,and later

    GarminGPS500W&GNS530W/530AWMainSystemSoftwareVersions2.00,3.00,andlaterSomedifferencesinoperationmaybeobservedwhencomparingtheinformationinthismanualtoearlierorlatersoft-

    wareversions.

    2009GarminLtd.oritssubsidiaries.AllRightsReserved.

    GarminInternational,Inc.,1200East151stStreet,Olathe,KS66062,U.S.A.

    Tel.913/397.8200or800/800.1020 Fax913/397.8282GarminAT,Inc.,2345TurnerRd.,S.E.,Salem,Oregon97302,U.S.A.Tel:503/581.8101 Fax:503/364.2138

    Garmin(Europe)Ltd.,LibertyHouse,BullsCopseRoad,HounsdownBusinessPark,Southhampton,SO409RB,U.K.Tel.+44(0)8708501243 Fax+44(0)2380524004

    GarminCorporation,No.68,Jangshu2ndRoad,Shijr,TaipeiCounty,TaiwanTel.886/2.2642.9199 Fax886/2.2642.9099

    Exceptasexpresslyprovidedherein,nopartofthisaddendummaybereproduced,copied,transmitted,disseminated,downloadedorstoredinanystoragemedium,foranypurposewithouttheexpresspriorwrittenconsentofGarmin.Garminherebygrantspermissiontodownloadasinglecopyofthismanualandofanyrevisiontothismanualontoaharddriveorotherelectronicstoragemediumtobeviewedandtoprintonecopyofthismanualorofanyrevisionhereto,providedthatsuchelectronicorprintedcopyofthismanualorrevisionmustcontainthecompletetextofthiscopyrightnoticeandprovidedfurtherthatanyunauthorizedcommercialdistributionofthismanualoranyrevisionheretoisstrictlyprohibited.

    Informationinthisdocumentissubjecttochangewithoutnotice.Garminreservestherighttochangeorimproveits

    productsandtomakechangesinthecontentwithoutobligationtonotifyanypersonororganizationofsuchchangesorimprovements.

    January2009 PartNumber190-00356-31Rev.D PrintedinU.S.A.

    Garmin is a registered trademark o Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries and may notbe used without the express permission o Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries. STORM-SCOPE and SKYWATCH are registered trademarks o L-3 Avionics Systems, Inc.

    Bendix/King is a registered trademark o Honeywell International, Inc.

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    1190-00356-31 Rev. D

    CAUTION:The Global Positioning System is operated by the United States government, which is solely responsible or itsaccuracy and maintenance. The system is subject to changes that could aect the accuracy and perormance o all GPS equip-ment. Although the Garmin 400W/500W Series units are precision electronic NAVigation AIDs (NAVAIDs), any NAVAID can bemisused or misinterpreted and thereore become unsae.

    CAUTION:Use the 400W/500W Series units at your own risk. To reduce the risk o unsae operation, careully review andunderstand all aspects o the Owners Manual and the Flight Manual Supplement, and thoroughly practice basic operationprior to actual use. When in actual use, careully compare indications rom the unit with all available navigation sources,including the inormation rom other NAVAIDs, visual sightings, charts, etc. For saety, always resolve any discrepancies beorecontinuing navigation.

    CAUTION:Use the Garmin 400W/500W Series units and the Trac/Weather Interace at your own risk. To reduce the risk o

    unsae operation, thoroughly practice basic operation prior to actual use. When in actual use, careully compare indicationsrom the Garmin 400W/500W Series Unit with all available navigation sources, including the inormation rom other NAVAIDs,visual sightings, charts, etc. For saety, always resolve any discrepancies beore continuing navigation. The altitude calculatedby the Garmin 400W/500W Series Unit is the geometric height above mean sea level and could vary signicantly rom thealtitude displayed by pressure altimeters in the aircrat.

    CAUTION:The Jeppesen database incorporated in the Garmin 400W/500W Series units must be updated regularly in order toensure that its inormation is current. Updates are released every 28 days. A database inormation packet is included in yourGarmin 400W/500W Series unit package. Pilots using an out-o-date database do so entirely at their own risk.

    CAUTION:The Trac and Weather inormation contained in this Pilots Guide Addendum is not intended to replace the docu-mentation that is supplied with the applicable Garmin 400W/500W Series unit. The user o the Trac and Weather Interaceshould know how to operate the 400W/500W series unit and be knowledgeable about the inormation in the 400W/500WPilots Guides.

    NOTE:This Pilots Guide Addendum is not intended to replace the documentation that is supplied with the Garmin400W/500W Series unit and the applicable weather/traic system.

    Foreward

    Warnings and Cautions

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    Table o Contents

    SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION .................. ................... ......3SECTION 2: L-3 STORMSCOPE INTERFACE .................. ..4

    L-3 STORMSCOPE Description ........................................ 4Power-Up Sel-Test ........................................................ 4User-Initiated Test .......................................................... 4Displaying Storm Data on the Map Page ......................... 5Clearing the Map Page ................................................... 7Lightning Page400W Series ........................................ 8Lightning Page500W Series ........................................ 8Lightning Display............................................................ 9

    Lightning Display Interpretation ...................................... 9SECTION 3: SKYWATCH INTERFACE .................. ........... 10

    Introduction ................................................................. 10SKYWATCH Description ................................................ 10Power-up Sel-Test........................................................ 10User-initiated Test......................................................... 11Voice Announcements .................................................. 11Switching Between Standby and Operating Modes ........ 11Altitude Display Mode .................................................. 12Trafc Page .................................................................. 12Trafc Warning Window ................................................ 12Trafc Page Display Range ............................................ 13Confguring Trafc Data on the Map Page ..................... 13Highlighting Trafc Data Using Map Panning................. 14Monitoring Trafc ......................................................... 14Failure Response .......................................................... 15Description o Trafc Advisory Criteria ........................... 15

    SECTION 4: RYAN TCAD INTERFACE ................... .........16Ryan TCAD Description ................................................. 16Operator Controls and Basic Displays ............................ 16Confguring TCAD Data on the Map Page ..................... 17Monitoring Trafc ......................................................... 18Highlighting Trafc Data Using Map Panning................. 18TCAD Setup Page ......................................................... 18Trafc Page Fields ......................................................... 19

    Air Shield ..................................................................... 20Trafc Warning Window ................................................ 20Threat Acquisition ........................................................ 20Audible and Visible Alerts ............................................. 20Fault Displays ............................................................... 20Limitations ................................................................... 20

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    Table of Contents

    L-3 STORMSCOPE

    WX-500 Weather Mapping Sensor

    L-3 SKYWATCHTrafc Advisory System (Model SKY497)HP Trafc Advisory System (Model SKY899)

    Bendix/KingKTA870 TAS/KMH880 Multi-Hazard Awareness System

    RYAN TCADModel 9900BModel 9900BX)

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    SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION

    TheGarmin400W/500WSeriesunitsprovidethedisplayinterfaceandcontrolforthefollowingtrafcandweatherdevices/systems:

    L-3STORMSCOPEWX-500WeatherMappingSensor

    L-3SKYWATCHTrafcAdvisorySystem(ModelSKY497)

    L-3SKYWATCHHPTrafcAdvisorySystem(ModelSKY899)

    Bendix/KingKTA870TAS/KMH880Multi-HazardAwarenessSystem

    RyanTCAD9900Band9900BX

    Theinterfacecapabilityallowstrafcandweatherdatatobeshownonthe400W/500Wseriescolordisplay,whichgivesyoutheabilitytoquicklyidentifytrafcandweatherhazardsrelativetoyouraircraft.

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    Section 1

    Introduction

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    SECTION 2: L-3 STORMSCOPE INTERFACE

    L-3 STORMSCOPE Description

    NOTE: Reer to the WX-500 Pilots Guide or a detaileddescription o the WX-500 STORMSCOPE.

    TheL-3STORMSCOPEWX-500WeatherMap-pingSensorisapassiveweatheravoidancesystemthatdetectselectricaldischargesassociatedwiththunderstormswithina200-NMradiusoftheaircraft.

    TheSTORMSCOPEmeasuresrelativebearinganddistanceofthunderstorm-relatedelectricalactivityandreportsthein

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