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    Manifold Pressure Sensor Calibration

    I can not find the MAP calibration process in the 5000 series manual, nor on a search of the forum.

    In the set up menu I think there are 2 value points?

    What is the process for the calibration?

    Thanks
    Frank

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    Advanced Flight Systems Shawn McGinnis's Avatar
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    Press SET -> Hold CAL
    Use the joystick to navigate to Manifold and SELect

    From here the parameters can be set. Allow the screen 15 minutes to reach a steady state before adjusting values.
    First ensure the part number matches the device installed.
    Next perform a shift adjust to the current airfield baro reading. The upper right hand corner reflects the adjusted value.
    Shawn McGinnis

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    Are there 2 Cal Points? Can I reset them to factory prior to the shift adjustment?
    Thanks,
    Frank

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    Advanced Flight Systems Shawn McGinnis's Avatar
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    Changing the part number will reset the table back to factory standard.
    Shawn McGinnis

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