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 Cessna Golden eagle pilot's manual (English)

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Serena Lexington



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PostSubject: Cessna Golden eagle pilot's manual (English)   Fri Sep 28, 2012 4:20 pm

Congratulations on the purchase of a EG-Aicraft plane and welcome aboard your Cessna 421 Golden Eagle
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INTRODUCTION
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To meet the requirements of pilots eager to advanced simulation, the Cessna 421 EG Aircraft was built to be as realistic as possible.
The controls in the cockpit are fully functional (in mouselook and on the HUD)

To fly in mouselook (subjective view) is really an experience you should try.
In the event that clicking on the buttons do not work in this mode, make sure you do not wear a hud that prevents this feature (some translators causes this problem)

To facilitate the operations of this plane and to ease the cross sims, best is to remove everything that is not absolutely necessary to your avatar.
Of course, this advice also applies to your passengers.

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We strongly recommend that you read this manual carefully.
In case of problem and before contacting us, please visit: [Only admins are allowed to see this link]
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REZZING AND DELETING THE AIRCRAFT
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* Drag the "Cessna 421 Golden Eagle EG Aircraft" from your inventory to the ground.
* "Cessna 421 Golden Eagle EG Aircraft" will offer to attach the HUD control to your avatar. Accept this attachment, otherwise you will have to use voice commands
* To sit on the plane, right click on the plane and click on "pilot" or left click on the seat.
* Once you sit in your airplane, its name is changed to its registration number. It is this registration number you need to use in your conversations with air traffic control radio.
Note: The registration is visible on the left wing.
* You can delete your plane after your flight. The plane being copy,The original version will always be in your inventory.

DASHBOARD DESCRIPTION:
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1 - Annunciator panel
2 - ILS indicator
3 - Heading indicator
4 - Airspeed indicator (speed in mph)
5 - Vertical speed indicator (VSI)
6 - Attitude (artificial horizon)
7 - Altimeter (in meters)
8 - RPM motors (left and right)
9 - GPS, screen + zoom button (+ and -)
10 - Voltage indicator (battery and generators left and right)
11 - Fuel guauges
12 - Electrical Circuit: (left to right)
a - Battery
b - left generator
c - right generator
d - Positions Lights (VFR)
e - Strobes lights(IFR)
f - Landing Lights (auto off whit gear up)
g - Lighting cabin passenger
h - cockpit lighting

13 - Indicator left and right motor (oil pressure, oil temperature, cylinder head temperature)
14 - ILS display
15 - ILS Selector
16 - Engines starters left and right
17 - Ignition left and right motor
18 - Mixture lever
19 - Refueling switch
20 - Power throttle and variable pitch propeller levers (coupled )
21 - Landing gear green lights
22 - Landing gear lever
23 - Flaps lever
24 - Brake handle



FLIGHT CONTROLS
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- Power throttle = PgUp - PgDn
- Left and right arrows= left and right turns
- Arrow down to lift up the nose
- Arrow up to lower the nose


ENGINES STARTS
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* Batteries: ON
* Check voltage
* Check the fuel quantities
* Mixture: full rich
* Ignition Left: ON
* Pull left starter
- (Left engine start)
* Wait and check the oil pressure, oil temperature and left engine cylinders.
* Generator Left: ON
* Check of left voltage
*Ignition right : ON
* Pull right starter
- (right engine start)
* Wait and check the oil pressure, oil temperature and right engine cylinders.
* Generator right: ON
* Verification of right voltage

STOP ENGINES
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* Mixture: closed (idlle)
* Batteries: OFF


USE OF GPS
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In the cockpit and on the hud you have a display for the pilot. You can change the display scale to your wish with the two buttons Z + and Z-(zoom).
The yellow arrow in the center of the screen shows your direction. The area covered is the region Nautilus, USS, and Blake Sea. If you leave this area, the indication Out off area will be displayed.
GPS maps are automatically updated independently of the aircraft

USE OF ILS (instrument landing system)
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To select an airport ILS, click on the airports code selector on the ILS.
The map of the choosen area is displayed on screen selector.
For a good final approach and to land properly, act according to the ILS indications
For basic information on ILS you can go to this page: [Only admins are allowed to see this link]

CO-PILOT
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When your co-pilot sits in the right seat, you receive a message that asks if you accept his presence. If so, he will automatically receive a hud. The copilot has the choice to wear the hud or not , they can always use the chat commands if so chosen. All aircraft commands are available to the pilot AND copilot.
To give control of the flight controls to your co-pilot, you must use the chat command "copilot". Same to take the control back.
Tip: in case of disconnection or sl crash of the pilot, the copilot can take control by using the chat command "copilot" and then save the plane.

PASSENGERS
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To sit, move your camera in the plane, and left click on the seat of your choice.
Mini-bars are functional. Click on the wooden curtain to open, click on glasses or bottle, accept the item in your inventory and right click "wear item" ... Cheers ... Smile

UNWANTED PASSENGERS
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If someone sits down in your plane when you do not want them to, you have the choice to eject them.
type e in chat command and you will get a blue menu giving you the choice of who you want to eject.


SEE YOUR MESH AND SCULPTIES PROPERLY
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For proper display of your sculpties, see below.
Debugging LOD Debugging your LOD settings is a setting that will display all of your sculpties do perfectly. Just follow the following steps:

1. Open the "Advanced" menu with Ctrl-Alt-D, or Opt-Ctrl-D on Mac.
2. Select "debug settings" in the list.
3. In the field blank, copy and paste this text:

RenderVolumeLODFactor

4. It is recommended that a value between 4 and 6.

Thanks to Ghannie Lane!

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EG-Aircraft wish you good flights
To better serve you, all your comments, suggestions or questions may be submitted using the site: [Only admins are allowed to see this link]

Contacts inworld:
Erick Gregan
Kahlan Bingyi (sales and special orders)
Serena Lexington and Ashuri Hellwolfe (i3darkwulf) (demo's and technical questions not answered on the site)

Note: EG Aircraft (Erick Gregan) can not be held responsible for any changes made by © Linden Research, Inc. to "Second Life" or any malfunction during use of the aircraft with the quality of service offered by © Linden Research, Inc..
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