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DATA FUNCTION PAGES
DATA 1/4 is the database menu page. It is presented when the DATA function key is first pressed.
It allows access to the navigation database, pilot
database, company database, and disk or DTU
operations.
UNILINK, line select key will be displayed at R3 on aircraft that have the options
The MAINT line select key is a maintenance function and allows access to the configuration mode.

(To interrogate the contents of the navigation
database, press the “NAV DATA” line select key.)
Other options include PERF, AFIS, MFD DISP, CABIN DISP and are not presented on the 400 at this time.

to see PILOT DATA
to see CO DATA option link
see DISK functions
press NEXT

press NEXT








press NAV DATA  to see



The DATA/NAV page allows access to airports and
waypoints by identifier.

(If you input CYZD)


SID, STAR, APPROACHES,
RUNWAYS, and AIRWAYS. The active database
region and its expiration date are displayed.


press NEXT and see
The UNS 1E,  has dual navigation database storage. This allows for one database to be active for current navigation and a second database to be inactive and used for past or future navigation.

The subheading ACTIVE indicates the
database currently being used for navigation. The
INACTIVE database is either an expired database
or a future database. When a new database is
loaded, it automatically erases the inactive
database and replaces it. When the active database
expires,  the FMS upon the next power up will activate the now current NAV database. ACTIVE will now be the
subheading of the newly activated database.
Automatic activation of a new NAV database will only
occur on the ground during FMS power on and self
test.
The need for manual activation of the inactive NAV
database is rare, but can be accomplished by
pressing twice the ACTIVATE line select key. This
will result in the FMS automatically rebooting with
the selected database now being active. Manual
activation of a database can only be accomplished
on the ground and flightplan and fuel entries will be
lost during the reboot.


press DB STATUS












DB STATUS

The DB STATUS line select key allows the operator
to check the results of the database test. Page 2 is
the INACTIVE BANK of the NAV database.















next



input desired airport
 in this case we have used CYXD and Approach

NOTE For identifiers with more than one waypoint, use the NEXT or PREV key to cycle through the pages.



To access SID, STAR, APPROACH, RUNWAY, or
AIRWAY, first select the appropriate line select key
then enter the ICAO identifier. Thyis allows review of material available for chosen airportand in this case we have  pressed APPROACH

to see cyzd info

The Navigation Database includes ILS, GLS, LOC,
BC, RNAV, GPS, VOR, and NDB approaches.
ILS facilities (ident, frequency, inbound course, final
approach fix, and end of approach) are included in
the approach database.

The runway database includes magnetic heading,
elevation, approach end lat/long, and length.
and NEXT

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PILOT DATA

Pilot created data can be accessed through selection of the appropriate line select key.





pressing on the ALIGN PT the ALN
WPTS page is available to create alignment points
on an airport.

Pressing the
WAYPOINT line select key will bring up a list of the
created waypoints in alphabetical order.



  To view waypoint creation information, either place the
number of the waypoint or the alphanumeric
designator for the waypoint into the WPT field and
press Enter

The latitude and longitude, and creation information,
i.e., reference waypoint, radial, and distance, is
presented along with line select keys for DELETE
and MODIFY.
Pressing the DELETE line select key
twice will remove the pilot waypoint from the
database.

The MODIFY line select key will bring up the
DEFINE WPT page and allow for modification of the
waypoint position.

If the selected pilot waypoint is in use by the current
flight plan (or exists in a pilot created route, airport, SID,
STAR, or approach) IN USE FPL will be presented
on the right side of the page. No modification or
deletion of the waypoint will be allowed.
Alignment

A
hangar align point may be created for initialization in
a hangar where GPS reception would be inhibited.


With the alphanumeric keys insert a pilot created
name into the WPT field and press the Enter key.






The DEFINE ALIGN page follows the same format
as defining a waypoint.




and press L5 key




and see

To modify or delete the alignment point, use the
appropriate line select keys.
Fancy stuff   alignment creation

A technique to create an alignment point to be used during initialization for an aircraft in a hangar,  first, park the aircraft just in front of the hangar in a location where a lat/long position can be determined by the GPS.


Go to the align page and give the alignment point a
four or five character alphanumeric name.
Enter the name by pressing the Enter key and the
DEFINE ALIGN page appears.

Press the R2 line select key as if to enter a lat/long. The GNSS POS and FMS1 POS line select key will become
available for selection.




Press the GNSS line select key and the GPS lat/long will be entered.

Accept the alignment point and it will now become part of the pilot database.



On the initialization page with the cursor in the ID field, press the L key. A list of airports and pilot alignment points will be presented. Enter the reference number for the HNGR3 align point and press the E key.

HNGR3 is entered in the ID field and the associated
lat/long is listed below.
CO DATA
A protected company routes database can be created using Universal’s Offline Flight Planning Program. The company routes database must be loaded with the same Navigation data that was used for its creation.
NOTE: A configuration option is available that will clear all pilot defined data at power-up. This feature is intended for airline operations in which the FMS will always power up in a cleared state with no leftover pilot defined data from a previous crew.
for more see UNS manual page 182
DISK

LOADING THE NAV DATABASE
The DTU 100 uses one ZIP disk to load the NAV database  A normal load should take approximately three minutes. Lift the cover. It is spring loaded to close after inserting the Zip disk. Once power is applied to the FMS
the DTU 100 is powered and in communication with the NCU.  Use the following procedure to load the NAV database in your FMS.


press DISKand see
The DISK MENU page
provides line select keys for
access to DISK CONTENTS, DISK LOAD, PLT
DATA SAVE,
and FORMAT DISK.

With the  DTU we can also also carry out  maintenance functions such as START DATA RECORDING, MAINT DNLD, and FLIGHT LOG.

The disk format function is available for the reuse of
disks when saving pilot data.
CAUTION: Disk format will erase all data on the diskette and prepare it for recording.

to update
Press DISk LOAD and follow the prompts.
see uns manual p 187 for more
NOTE: The DISK LOAD and PLT DATA SAVE functions are available only when the aircraft is on the ground.
The PLT DATA SAVE line select key  is a method of transferring data from the FMS to DISK   It is also a method of backing up the pilot data  If a requirement to service the FMS develops, the saved pilot data may be required for reloading of pilot data in the FMS.
CAUTION: Disk format will erase all data on the diskette and prepare it for recording.FORMAT DISK can be used to erase a Zip disk,
thus, making it useable to save pilot data.

Press the FORMAT DISK  line select key on the DISK MENU page and a DISK FORMAT page will be presented.
Pressing the FORMAT line select key will
immediately start the format process.