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How do i add altitudes to the fltplan in the g1000 ? Can't figure it out.

 

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On the FPL display you press the FMS knob... then rotate the outer knob until you highlight the altitude field for the waypoint you want to set the altitude of... then you rotate the inner knob so that you see the individual number highlighted... use the inner knob to change the value, outer knob to change the column... ENT key to save the value to the FPL.

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I must be missing something here.No altitude  field  ?

 

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You are using an installation that uses a KAP140 autopilot. That does not support altitude entries.  To use altitudes with waypoints requires an aircraft with an AFCS autopilot interface.  We do support an AFCS configuration with our G1000.  It looks like you are flying a 182, if it is the one we install with our aircraft, there should be a variant of that 182 with the AFCS.

Also, please don't "double dip" with support.  If you are here in the forum getting support, we don't need you asking for the same support via our email.  Your email support ticket has been closed since I have provided a response here.

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Thanks Ed.

 

Edit: I was not flying a 182. It i was the baron and I was looking to install the version that supports altitude with with waypoints in the carenado sr22t  but I'm having a hard time doing so.

Edited by MindYerBeak

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The Baron is a twin engine aircraft, the screenshot is a single engine aircraft on that MFD.

We are unable to integrate with any Carenado aircraft due to the way they design their interface for their avionics.

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Check the post by v1vrv2. He somehow managed ...

 

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Then I would recommend you ask them how to accomplish it.

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