|A||NAV 1||Displays the VOR Identifier and VOR frequency for tuned in for Nav 1|
|B||NAV 2||Displays the VOR Identifier and VOR frequency for tuned in for Nav 2|
|C||ADF 1||Displays the ADF Identifier and ADF Frequency|
|D||CRS 1||Allows you to change the course needle for the navigation frequency dialed in on NAV 1|
|E||CRS 2||Allows you to change the course needle for the navigation frequency dialed in on NAV 2|
|F||SOURCE||Change between GPS, NAV 1, and NAV 2. The autopilot will follow this source depending on what you have selected.|
|G||BRG 1 / NAV1||Changing this source will change where the RMI needles (blue needles) point to. Will point to the VOR / ADF station tuned or next GPS waypoint.|
|H||BRG 2 / NAV2||Changing this source will change where the RMI needles (blue needles) point to. Will point to the VOR / ADF station tuned or next GPS waypoint.|
|I||ADF 1 HDG||Changing this will allow you to change the heading card of the ADF found on the instrument cluster|
How to Tune into an ILS Approach?
You must be within a 27nm radius of the airport in order to successfully tune in the ILS frequency. Outside of this range you will not be able to tune in the runway. I would highly suggest creating a FPL that has a GPS route from the end of the cone to the runway threshold and use that as a guide to align you with the runway. This will not be as accurate as the ILS but will keep you going in the correct direction.
To fly to a VOR from your present position, double tap either NAV1 or NAV2, depending on where which NAV source your VOR is tuned into and turn towards the arrow. Fly the course as you would an ILS.
To fly outbound on a radial, you will need to take your heading to the VOR and either add or subtract 180 degrees to find the outbound radial.
Once you are tuned into an ILS Approach, do not to mess with the course for that specific NAV source. Doing so will not line you up with the appropriate runway and may cause you to execute a missed approach.
Make sure you are comfortable with these settings before flying in crowded airspaces. Practice on a solo flight or in a quiet airspace so you will be prepared when flying through an active airspace.
Make sure you watch all video tutorials that are made by Infinite Flight on YouTube. This will help you immensely.
It will take some time to learn how to use the new NAV menu. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask below.