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. SkyView Pilot’s User Guide This product is not TSO’d and cannot be installed into traditional FAA Part 23 and similarly typecertificated aircraft. Document 101321-018, Revision S For use with firmware version 12.0 January, 2015 Copyright © 2009-2015 by Dynon Avionics, Inc.
Contact Information Dynon Avionics, Inc. St 19825 141 Place NE Woodinville, WA 98072 Phone: (425) 402-0433 - 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Pacific Time) Monday – Friday Dynon Technical Support available 7:00 AM–4:00 PM (Pacific Time) Monday – Friday Email: email@example.com Fax: (425) 984-1751 Dynon Avionics offers online sales, extensive support, and frequently updated information on its products via its Internet sites: www.dynonavionics. IN NO EVENT SHALL DYNON AVIONICS BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER RESULTING FROM THE USE, MISUSE OR INABILITY TO USE THIS PRODUCT OR FROM DEFECTS IN THE PRODUCT. SOME STATES AND COUNTRIES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. Dynon Avionics retains the exclusive right to repair or replace the instrument or firmware or offer a full refund of the purchase price at its sole discretion. Revision History Revision Revision Date A December 2009 Description Initial release Document number changed to 101321-001.
Minor style, grammar, and cross reference changes and corrections. Added information regarding Autopilot servos in applicable sections.
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Addressed screen synchronization in applicable sections. Revision Revision Date Description Added information about User Waypoint power user feature that is fully documented on wiki web page. Added information about menu changes that may be present in SLSA and other aircraft that SkyView is integrated into as an OEM component.
E October 2010 Added transponder operation information and specifications. Added traffic display information for both MAP and PFD pages. Added a better description of the combined EGT/CHT gauge.
Revision Revision Date Description Clarified that Jeppesen data must be transferred to USB stick via the Jeppesen JSUM program. Added PocketFMS information. Clarified bearing sources and limitations (SBY bearings from some NAV radios and no availability of bearings from LOCs).
Clarified EMS timers. J March 2012 Added special Rotax 912 tachometer and oil temp behavior when configured. Added altitude alerter information. Refreshed Messages and Alerts section to reflect feature improvements. Revision Revision Date Description Added MDA bug information. Updated PFD Bugs section with new bug names. Updated information regarding how the Flight Path Marker is displayed.
Revised GPS 0 position source information, now labeled SkyView. Added Map Trial Mode – Trial Expired description. Added Map Aviation Database Expired description. N June 2013 Added Garmin GTX 330ES transponder support for activating ADS-B traffic. Revised “Show Airspaces Below” description. Revision Revision Date Description Added: Information about SV-INTERCOM-2S Added: Support for SkyView Touch. Added: Enroute charts, including VFR, IFR LO and HI.
US support via existing Seattle Avionics Subscriptions at release. Clarified: GPS assist in Attitude Calculation Clarified: magnetic heading is not used to aid attitude determination Added: Support for dual engine monitoring by using two SV-EMS-22X modules. Revision Revision Date Description Added: Support for MGL V6 and V10 Com radios. Added: Support for the Trig TY91 Com radio. Added: Support for Val NAV 2000 nav radio. Improved: Radios such as the Icom A210 that can receive frequencies but do not output status now need not cause the top bar radio status area to show a “red x”. Added DISPLAY COM IN TOP BAR option to configure this behavior.
Fixed: Fuel Tank Switch Reminder is now a message, not a caution alert. Revision Revision Date Description Added: Caution alert if transponder hex code is not set. Added: Option to alert the pilot when the current BARO setting and the nearest METARbased altimeter setting are significantly different (requires SV-ADSB-470). Added: Audible “AUTOPILOT” callout when the autopilot is engaged.
Added: Alerts when SV-AP-PANEL, or SV-KNOB-PANEL go offline. Added: Alert when an external Level button is connected and detected stuck at boot. Revision Revision Date Description Improved: When starting navigation via the 'direct-to' feature, SkyView now anticipates the initial turn (if ones is required) and starts navigating from the end of that initial turn.
This eliminates s-turning after the initial turn towards the 'direct-to' destination. Improved: Video input can be flipped horizontally and/or vertically.
Revision Revision Date Description Fixed: When a USB stick containing expired chart data is removed, on-screen alerts about that expired data are no longer displayed. S (cont.) January 2015 Fixed: User alert data logs sometimes had corrupt values in them.
Fixed: Traffic vector length now correct for ADS-B targets. Fixed: Not all data from Garmin portable GPS products was being passed along to compatible Garmin radios as if they were directly connected. Table of Contents Contact Information. Iii Copyright. Iii Limited Warranty. Table of Contents Timers.5-5 Fuel Computer.5-6 Dual Engine Monitoring.
Table of Contents Message, Caution, and Warning Alerting System.12-1 Prompts Requiring Interaction.12-4 Audio Alerts. Introduction Thank you for purchasing the Dynon Avionics SkyView system. This chapter provides some important cautionary information and general usage instructions for this guide. The printed version of this guide is in grayscale. Some figures and diagrams contain important color information.
Reference the electronic version of this guide to view it in color. Before You Fly We strongly recommended that you read this entire guide before attempting to use SkyView in an actual flying situation.
Introduction This guide discusses the most common operation scenarios. If you have an operational issue that is not discussed in this guide, you can find additional operational information on Dynon’s internet sites: wiki.dynonavionics.com – Dynon’s Documentation Wiki provides enhanced, extended, frequently updated online documentation contributed by Dynon employees and customers. System Overview This chapter provides a general overview of the various parts of SkyView as well as a theory of operation. The information in this chapter serves as a reference only and helps familiarize you with the inner workings of the units. It should not be used for diagnostic or reparative work. Dynon Avionics provides periodic firmware updates that enable new functionality.
System Overview functionality until full troubleshooting can be performed on the ground. These alerts are presented in SkyView’s alerting system, which is described in a later chapter of this guide. Serial I/O SkyView displays have five RS-232 serial ports for connection to compatible equipment. All serial ports are wired into the SkyView Display Harness (SV-HARNESS-D37). All serial ports have configurable baud rates and data formats for use as general purpose inputs and outputs. System Overview SV-ADAHRS-20X This guide uses SV-ADAHRS-20X to refer to both the SV-ADAHRS-200 and the SVADAHRS-201.
The SV-ADAHRS-200 and SV-ADAHRS-201 are identical in performance and are designed to work together as a redundant ADAHRS solution. An SV-ADAHRS-200 must be installed in your SkyView system in order to use an SVADAHRS-201. The primary flight instruments on your SkyView PFD are generated using a group of calibrated sensors built into the SV-ADAHRS-20X ADAHRS module. System Overview provide superior attitude accuracy.
Should airspeed become unavailable due to inadvertent pitot icing, GPS ground speed will be used as an attitude aid. You will see a GPS ASSIST annunciation on the primary flight display when this is the case.
Compass Accuracy Effects on Synthetic Vision, Map Performance, and Autopilot It is critical that the magnetic heading be as accurate as possible for optimal Synthetic Vision and Moving Map performance. System Overview Navigation Mapping Software (SV-MAP-270) SkyView has a robust navigation mapping option that is enabled by a one-time licensing of your SkyView system.
Aviation and Obstacle data is available for free for US-based customers, and is available via Jeppesen and PocketFMS for other customer worldwide. System Overview SV-INTERCOM-2S A two-place stereo intercom that is designed to pair perfectly with your SkyView System and SkyView COM Radio. It has stereo inputs for SkyView, stereo music, and multiple other mono muting and non-muting inputs for all the technology in your cockpit. SV-KNOB-PANEL The SV-KNOB-PANEL is an optional panel-mounted module for SkyView. This control panel has three knobs dedicated to the most common SkyView bug functions. SV-D700, SV-D1000 and SV-D1000T Operation After reading this chapter, you should be familiar with basic SkyView display operation.
For details regarding specific procedures (e.g., adjusting the barometer), refer to the PFD, EMS, and Moving Map operation chapters. The SkyView SV-D700 and SV-D1000 displays are identical in functionality and presentation. The only difference is in the size and resolution of the screen. SVD1000T displays also include all the same functionality found in the other displays. SV-D700, SV-D1000 and SV-D1000T Operation Figure 1–SkyView Display Front Bezel Layout Note the Top Bar, screen, joystick and button labels, light sensor, two joysticks and eight buttons.
The Top Bar is user configurable and displays important textual information. The Top Bar will display clock time or a timer (when running), autopilot status, battery status (when an issue requiring attention is detected), transponder status, and COM Radio status.
SV-D700, SV-D1000 and SV-D1000T Operation Joystick and Button Operation Joysticks and buttons are used for various functions including powering the unit on and off, entering and navigating menus, and adjusting values. Operation Basics Joysticks can be turned and moved. Specific joystick behavior is addressed in subsequent sections of this guide when necessary. Figure 2–Joystick Turn (left) and Movement (right) Directions A button has a function if there is a label above it. SV-D700, SV-D1000 and SV-D1000T Operation Joystick and Button Operation Example Some parameters may need to be adjusted using a joystick. When setting values with the joystick, each character (symbol, letter or digit) must be selected and adjusted successively. Figure 4–Adjusting Successive Characters with a Joystick In this example, the first time you turn the joystick, you toggle between the “-” and “+” symbols.
To change the succeeding characters, you must move the cursor joystick to the right.