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This section describes How to use setting screen.

  • LogRecord

  • Set ON/OFF on LOG acquisition“GPS”
    If you set it to “ON”, it keeps track of the plane’s position, altitude, and azimuth direction.
    The flight log can be transferred from iTunes and let “Google Earth” read the data on your PC.
    Then, you will be able see your flight route on“Google Earth” with animated version as well.
    Be sure to set it to “OFF” after you landed (You need to apply changes and re-write on the file before turning it off)

  • GlideRatio

  • Setting up the glide ratio.
    This is to figure out the gliding range to the WayPoint (WP) you set up on NAV screen. It is also showing the Gliding range by calculating glide ratio and current altitude (Please note that sea level altitude is set to 0ft on the Gliding range )

  • NAV-Screen Maptype

  • Select the Maptype on NAV Screen.
    If you are able to use data communication 3G or other material, your location can be seen by setting any mode except【NONE】. If you are unable to do so, please set 【NONE】Then, WayPoint (WP) and your position is displayed precisely.

  • AltitudeUnit

  • For selecting the unit of altitude (Feet/Meter). Example below is set to “Meter”

  • DistanceUnit

  • For selecting the unit of distance (nm/Meter). Example below is set to “Meter”.

  • DriftAngleDisp

  • For toggle the drift angle display function.
    When set to “ON”.
    Aircraft symbol on the screen is rotated according to the heading,
    You can read the drift angle.