Difference between revisions of "QNH Setup"

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The user can tap on "QNH" in the bottom bar. This will bring a windows where the user can set up the QNH. Super handy for the support of the Barometer of iPhone 6.
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The QNH can also be taken automatically from the Internet.
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When using a pressure source for the altitude, "(baro)" will appear next to ALT instead of "(gps)" in the bottom bar.
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Since the altitude of the barometer has to be corrected by the actual atmospherical pressure, the QNH can be changed in Air Navigation Pro. This will have an effect on the altitude display.
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You can change this setting manually by tapping on QNH on the bottom bar or download automatically the QNH information of the nearest weather station. By default this last options is set in Air Navigation pro
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A message will appear with a timestamp on when this information was downloaded for the last time. You can also press on the arrow to push this information manually.
  
 
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Revision as of 15:24, 20 October 2015

Altbaro.jpg When using a pressure source for the altitude, "(baro)" will appear next to ALT instead of "(gps)" in the bottom bar.

Since the altitude of the barometer has to be corrected by the actual atmospherical pressure, the QNH can be changed in Air Navigation Pro. This will have an effect on the altitude display.

You can change this setting manually by tapping on QNH on the bottom bar or download automatically the QNH information of the nearest weather station. By default this last options is set in Air Navigation pro

A message will appear with a timestamp on when this information was downloaded for the last time. You can also press on the arrow to push this information manually.

Qnh1234.jpg