What is the HXr equivalent to the HX’s ‘ARM’ function?

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BillinDurham
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What is the HXr equivalent to the HX’s ‘ARM’ function?

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I’ve been fly with several HXs, a G430w and a TruTrak AP. Recently replaced one HX with an HXr. During my initial attempts at flying an LPV approach using the procedures I used on the HX, I am unable to find the ‘ARM’ function or figure out what it’s equivalent is. (I have a call back from tech support requested earlier today)

I had loaded my settings from the HX into the HXr but I’m sensing more than a few differences.

Any help appreciated. Thanks.
Bill Watson
8NC8 Durham, NC
RV10 HX, G430w, NavWorx, EIS
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Re: What is the HXr equivalent to the HX’s ‘ARM’ function?

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The first push of the right knob from the PFD main menu gives you the mode functions (and altitude select), including LAT A/P, VERT A/P, and ARM. Unlike the HX which has these on more than one menu, this is the only menu where these functions appear on the HXr.
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Re: What is the HXr equivalent to the HX’s ‘ARM’ function?

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Thanks Jeff. Found it, flew it, all good again.

Lot’s of change in the UI for the former HX user.
Bill Watson
8NC8 Durham, NC
RV10 HX, G430w, NavWorx, EIS
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