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CHAPTER ONE
BASIC INSTRUMENT PROCEDURES
AU-19/A Altimeter
(2F101 SIMULATOR)
AAU-34B/A Altimeter
(T-2C AIRCRAFT)
Figure 1-1 Simulator and Aircraft Altimeters
2.
Field Elevation Check
a.
When the local barometric pressure is set into either an AAU-19/A or an AAU-34B/A
altimeter, the indicated altitude should agree within + 75 feet of field elevation in
both the primary and standby modes (i.e., "STBY" and "RESET" in an AAU-19/A
and "STBY" and "NORM" in an AAU-34B/A), and the primary and standby
indications should be within + 75 feet of one another on the deck. In addition, the
maximum allowable difference between primary mode readings between forward and
aft cockpits is 75 feet.
1-10 BASIC INSTRUMENT PROCEDURES


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