N238US | Cockpit

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  • Highlights

    • TAA (Technically Advanced Airplane) due to available PFD/MFD/AP equipment as per FAR §61.129(j)
    • FADEC (Full-Authority Digital Engine Controls)
    • Auxiliary Fuel Tanks* for 50% more range on long XC flights
      • * Not normally in use. Use requires familiarity with corresponding limitations and procedures as well as Galvin’s permission. 
    • TKS Ice Protection System for FIKI (flight into known icing)
    • G1000 (Non-WAAS)
      • IFR charts (US/Canada)
      • Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT)
      • Baro Minimums bug for DA/MDA
      • Customizable Flight ID for Public Benefit Flying purposes
    • ADS-B
      • Out (1090ES) for automated WAAS GPS position transmission
      • In (Dual band: 1090ES / 978UAT) for receiving
    • Sirius XM Weather & Radio via satellite
    • KAP 140 Autopilot with Altitude Preselect
    • Electrical Rudder Pedal Adjustment
  • Avionics

    • G1000 with GTX 345R ADS-B XPDR
      • Synthetic Vision (SVT) on the PFD
      • Traffic (TIS-B), Weather (SiriusXM) and IFR charts (US/Canada) on the MFD
        • Also available: SiriusXM Radio (via AUX | XM SATELLITE | RADIO)
SVT on PFD | XM WX on MFD

The ADS-B In stream of FIS-B/TIS-B via Bluetooth is available after turning on the Avionics Master; look for the N238US Bluetooth network and connect to it from your EFB.

Notes:

– Use of polarized eyewear may cause glass cockpit displays to appear dim or blank – using non-polarized sunglasses is recommended

– Do not remove any of the SD cards from the devices, these cards are critical for proper operation and to be serviced by authorized personnel only!

Pilot’s Guide | Cockpit Reference Guide

AFM SupplementPilot’s Guide

  • TKS Ice Protection

AFM Supplement

  • Other

    • Electrical Rudder Pedal Adjustment (OÄM 42-070)
      A rocker switch on the rear wall of the leg room lets you conveniently adjust the rudder pedals back and forth; the circuit breaker underneath can be pulled in case of a runaway of the rudder pedals:
    • Emergency Locator Transmitter
      • The ELT in this aircraft is an ARTEX ME406, and is registered with NOAA SAR/SAT. It is installed in the empennage behind the back seats on the pilot side.
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