7-21. INSTRUCTORS MONITORS. The instructor video monitor is a color CRT that per-
nits instructors to monitor selectively any of the three out-the-window (OTW) vis-
ual displays or the CPG direct view optics (DVO) display. The only time a video
signal is available to monitor with this CRT is when the CMS is being operated in
integrated mode with visual mode 2 (OTW & DVO), in pilot independent lode with
visual mode 5, or CPG independent mode with visual mode 4. (Refer to table 7-2).
a. The instructor video monitor is above the data graphic display CRT at the
IDS. (See figure 2-2). There is a power ON/OFF switch on the monitor. Controls
to select the visual display to be monitored are on the forward control panel. The
pilot instructor has three switchlights, VIS L, VIS FRONT, and VIS R, (figure 7-4)
for selection of the left, front, or right visual display. The CPG instructor has
four witchlights, VIS L, VIS FRONT, VIS R, and CPG DVO (figure 7-4). for selection
of the left, front, right, or DVO visual display.
b. The instructor can use the video monitor to selectively monitor either the
pilot or CPG OTW field-of-view and to monitor DVO when the CPG trainee is employing
Table 7-2. Visual Monitor Display Modes
OTW symbo1 symbol VDU
OTW symbol symbol HDD
Includes operational monitoring capability (when pilot selects CPG monitor while
CPG has DVO selected, a monochrome version of the DVO scene is provided on pilot
Dup1icate imagery of pilot OTW.
CPG views IHADSS symbology with or without TADS video.
Either OTW and symbology or PNVS and VDU.
Either TADS or PNVS.
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