CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
CONTROLS AND INDICATORS.
a. Operator interaction with FD/LS is provided via the data
entry keyboard (DEK) (fig. 249) (ADC) or control display unit
(CDU) (fig. 249.2) (ADD).
b. In both pilot and CPG crew stations, visual indications
are conveyed to the operator through master caution/warning
panels (fig. 29 and 236), crew station caution/warning panels
(fig. 220 and 240) and any video monitors available in that
particular crew station, i.e., heads down display (HDD), helmet
display unit (HDU), heads out display (HOD), and video display
unit (VDU) (fig. 210).
Displays indicating TEST IN PROGRESS, system/LRU status
(GO/NO-GO) and location, and any required operator action
(prompting) are visible on the appropriate display monitor.
a. Indicators on the caution/warning panels light to show a
failure in a specific flight critical or mission essential system, or
provide caution and advisory information.
b. System/LRU NO-GOs are displayed in the CPG station
optical relay tube (ORT) (fig. 234) HDD and HOD, and HDU.
c. Video identical to what is viewed in the CPG crew
station is available in the pilot crew station, if selected on the
VDU and/or HDU.
CPG HOD displays can be viewed on the HDD
and HDU. The operator has the option of
selecting the appropriate and convenient
monitor for viewing of the FD/LS displays.