Oxygen equipment checked and blinker operating.
Battery switch ON.
Inverter switch to #1 inverter.
Attitude gyro remains erect in turns.
RMI tracking properly in turns.
Turn needle indicating turn in proper direction.
Balance ball moving freely; liquid damping fluid full.
Radios and NAVAIDS turned on and set.
The radio test will be the same as that in Contact Stage with one
addition. Since you will be using the IND350 on your BI flights,
it is necessary to check this instrument. Accomplish this as
follows: While depressing the SYS TEST button, twist the Omni
Bearing Selector (OBS) to the same course indicated by the head
of the VOR needle. Select VHF Omnidirectional Range (VOR) on
the VOR/TACAN switch. The Course Deviation Indicator (CDI)
should center and the TOFROM indicator should indicate TO.
Repeat the procedure for the TACAN.
Bring any difficulty in completing the checklist to your instructor's attention at once.
INSTRUMENT COMPARISON CHECK
After completion of the Initial Climb to Altitude (ICA), the instructor will take the aircraft and
establish it on a base altitude, heading, and normal cruise airspeed (150 KIAS). The student will
then read to the instructor the following instrument indications in his/her cockpit:
BASIC INSTRUMENTS GENERAL PROCEDURES 2-11