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Autopilot Vertical Speed B1900D

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Hi,After putting my desired altitude (e.g. 4000 ft) in the Altitude window when the AP is on, I still have to set my VS manualy to climb or decend.Is this normal in the B1900D?The B1900D panel uses stock KingAir gauges, right? However, on the KingAir the VS is set automaticly after changing the altitude in the alt.window.RudiQuestions... Questions...

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Hi Danny,I know it is set using the bug on the VSI.My point was that the B1900D uses stock Kingair 350 gauges. On the KingAir 350 panel the VS is set automaticly on the VSI.Is setting the VS manualy on the B1900D according to real world operation? Or a bug...?Thanks, RudiPS I don't mind setting the VS manualy ;-)

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>Hi Danny,>>I know it is set using the bug on the VSI.>>My point was that the B1900D uses stock Kingair 350 gauges. On>the KingAir 350 panel the VS is set automaticly on the VSI.>>Is setting the VS manualy on the B1900D according to real>world operation? Or a bug...?>>Thanks, Rudi>>PS I don't mind setting the VS manualy ;-)It's normal.

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Hi there, You can make an adjustment in the autopilot section of the aircraft configuration as follows:default_vertical_speed=1500(or whatever you desire the vertical speed to be set to)By default, I think it is set to zero, which explains why it must be set manuallyJ.C. (MYNN)

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I'd just like to know how and where the desired altitude can be typed in? I've been unable to find that on this panel, what am I missing? CH

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I am sure that some one will be able to give you a more detailed response. However, if you look to the left side of the 2D cockpit you will see a gague with "altitude hold" button. On the left side of this is where you want to place your mouse. You will see a + or - for you mouse and this is where you want to click and set your desired altitude.Hope this helps.

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