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Every time the EFIS records an airspeed greater than 25 knots, a logbook entry is generated. This can be handy for supplementing your pilot logbook and tracking flight time and fuel consumption.
What does it look like?
Access the MAP page on a WS/HS/HX Horizon or Sport system and press NEXT until you see a LOG BOOK softkey. (Just press MORE on HXr.)
A screen appears that lists up to 200 flights, with the most recent flight on the top of the list. The following functions are automatically recorded:
Entering More Data
You can also enter data that is not automatically collected by the system. To access these, press the EDIT softkey, followed by a softkey listed below. Turn the right knob to enter the data.
Saving and Viewing Your Logbook
Note that the Logbook files must be downloaded separately from other data; They are not saved by saving EFIS Settings or Demo recordings. Only 200 logbook flights are saved; when 200 flights are reached, the EFIS will begin overwriting the oldest entries.
To save your logbook files:
The file will be saved as LOGBOOK.CSV and is viewable and editable using a spreadsheet program such as Microsoft Excel.
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