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NAVIGATION MK VIII Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System
MK VIII Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS), Part
Number 965-1206-0XX, 965-1210-0XX, 965-1216-0XX, and 965-1220-0XX;
Install a Terrain Database and an Envelope Modulation Database
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Transmittal Information
Honeywell Pub. Number 012-0709-157

Summary
This is the initial release of Service Bulletin ATA Number 965-1206/1210/1216/1220-34-57 (Pub.
Number 012-0709-157).
NOTE:

The acronyms and abbreviations used in this Service Bulletin are identified in Appendix A.

Revision History
This Service Bulletin, ATA Number 965-1206/1210/1216/1220-34-57 (Pub. Number 012-0709-157),
has had no revisions as identified in Table 1.
Table 1. Service Bulletin Revisions
Revision

Date of Release

Initial Release

22 January 2008

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1.

Planning Information
A.

Effectivity
This Service Bulletin, ATA Number 965-1206/1210/1216/1220-34-57 (Pub. Number
012-0709-157), is applicable to MK VIII Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning
System (EGPWS) Part Numbers 965-1206-0XX, 965-1210-0XX, 965-1216-0XX, and
965-1220-0XX. This Service Bulletin is applicable to the EGPWS if the items that follow are
not installed:
The applicable Terrain Database
The applicable Envelope Modulation Database.
Refer to the applicable Service Letter for the full part numbers and for the serial number of
the EGPWS when the factory installs the applicable databases. Also refer to the applicable
Service Letter for more data that is necessary to do the procedure in this Service Bulletin.
Refer to the EGPWS web site (http://www.honeywell.com/sites/aero/Egpws-Home.htm) for
the applicable Service Letter. The web site address is case-sensitive.

B.

Concurrent Requirements
Refer to the applicable Service Letter for the concurrent requirements. Refer to the EGPWS
web site (http://www.honeywell.com/sites/aero/Egpws-Home.htm) for the applicable Service
Letter. The web site address is case-sensitive.

C.

Reason
This modification gives the procedure to install a Terrain Database and an Envelope
Modulation Database. Refer to the applicable Service Letter for more data about the
applicable Terrain Database and Envelope Modulation Database. Refer to the EGPWS web
site (http://www.honeywell.com/sites/aero/Egpws-Home.htm) for the applicable Service
Letter. The web site address is case-sensitive.

D.

Description
NOTE:

It is necessary to refer to the applicable Service Letter for the


applicable Terrain Database and Envelope Modulation Database to
do the work in this Service Bulletin. Refer to the EGPWS web site
(http://www.honeywell.com/sites/aero/Egpws-Home.htm) for the applicable
Service Letter. The web site address is case-sensitive.

A summary of the work necessary to do this modification is given below:


Preparation
If a PCMCIA card with the applicable Terrain Database and applicable Envelope
Modulation Database is used, no preparation is necessary.
If a PCMCIA card without the applicable databases is used, the databases
must be put into the PCMCIA card.
If a CD-ROM is used, the data on the CD-ROM must be put into a PCMCIA card.
If the Honeywell EGPWS web site is used, the data from the web site must
be put on a PCMCIA card.
The Terrain Database and Envelope Modulation Database are put into the EGPWS.

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A check is done to make sure the Terrain Database and Envelope Modulation
Database are correct.
The Terrain Database version is identified on the EGPWS front label.
If this modification is done at a shop location, a test is done on the EGPWS.

E.

NOTE:

This modification can be done at a customer location (in the aircraft) or at


a shop location.

NOTE:

This is a software change only. The EGPWS is not disassembled and the
inspection seals are not broken.

Compliance
This modification is optional. The operator can make the decision if this modification
is necessary.

F.

Approval
This Service Bulletin includes approved modification instructions from the manufacturer.
The configuration made by this upgrade is approved by the applicable regulatory agency.
The FAA is officially notified of the Terrain Database and Envelope Modulation Database
updates, and they are considered as minor changes per FAR 21.611(a).

G.

Manpower
This modification can be completed in the approximate times that follow:
If this modification is done at a customer location (in the aircraft):
0.75 hour for the labor to do the modification of each EGPWS.
NOTE:

The time identified above does not include the time to get access to the
EGPWS in the aircraft or to do the return-to-service tests.

If this modification is done at a shop location:


0.75 hour for the labor to do the modification of the EGPWS
0.5 more hour for the labor to do a test of the EGPWS.
H.

Weight and Balance


Not changed.

I.

Electrical Load Data


Not changed.

J.

Software Accomplishment Summary


Not applicable.

K.

References
NOTE:

To find, see, and download Honeywell Technical Publications, go to


http://portal.honeywell.com/wps/portal/aero.

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The document that follows is necessary to complete this modification:


The applicable Service Letter for the applicable Terrain Database
and Envelope Modulation Database. Refer to the EGPWS web site
(http://www.honeywell.com/sites/aero/Egpws-Home.htm) for the applicable Service
Letter. The web site address is case-sensitive.
If this modification is done at a shop location, the document that follows is necessary to
complete this modification. Unless specified differently, you can use subsequent revisions.
CMM, ATA Number 34-45-40 (Pub. Number 012-0709-001), Enhanced Ground
Proximity Warning System (EGPWS), Revision 19.
L.

Other Publications Affected


CMM, ATA Number 34-45-40 (Pub. Number 012-0709-001), Enhanced Ground Proximity
Warning System (EGPWS), will be revised because of this Service Bulletin.
This Service Bulletin has no effect on the test procedure.

M.

Interchangeability or Intermixability of Parts


Not applicable.

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2.

Material Information
A.

Material Price and Availability


Refer to the applicable Service Letter for the data about the material price and availability.
Refer to the EGPWS web site (http://www.honeywell.com/sites/aero/Egpws-Home.htm) for
the applicable Service Letter. The web site address is case-sensitive.

B.

Industry Support Information


Refer to the applicable Service Letter for the data about the industry support. Refer to
the EGPWS web site (http://www.honeywell.com/sites/aero/Egpws-Home.htm) for the
applicable Service Letter. The web site address is case-sensitive.

C.

Material Necessary for Each Component


Refer to the applicable Service Letter for the data about the operator-purchased
material necessary for each component. Refer to the EGPWS web site
(http://www.honeywell.com/sites/aero/Egpws-Home.htm) for the applicable Service Letter.
The web site address is case-sensitive.
The item specified in Table 2 is necessary to do this Service Bulletin. The material is
available from commercial sources. Do not send an order to Honeywell for the material as
part of this modification.
WARNING:

BEFORE YOU USE A MATERIAL, REFER TO THE MANUFACTURERS


MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS. SOME MATERIALS CAN BE
DANGEROUS.

CAUTION:

DO NOT USE A MATERIAL THAT IS NOT EQUIVALENT TO THE MATERIAL


SPECIFIED BY HONEYWELL. A MATERIAL THAT IS NOT EQUIVALENT
CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT AND CAN MAKE THE
WARRANTY NOT APPLICABLE.

NOTE:

Equivalent alternatives are permitted for the materials specified in Table 2.


Table 2. Operator-Supplied Material

Part/Specification
Number

Qty

A/R

D.

Keyword
Marking material, permanent, black Optional source

Material Necessary for Each Spare


Same as Paragraph 2.C.

E.

Reidentified Parts
Not applicable.

F.

Tooling Price and Availability


The equipment specified in the locations identified below can possibly be necessary to
do this modification. Equivalent alternatives are permitted for the equipment specified in
this paragraph. Use the applicable procedures to get and install the databases to make a
decision about the necessary equipment. Unless specified differently or a Honeywell part
number is given, the equipment is available from commercial sources. Do not send an
order to Honeywell for the equipment as part of this modification.

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Paragraph
Paragraph
Paragraph
Paragraph
Paragraph
Paragraph

3.B.(1)
3.C.(1)
3.D.(1)
3.E.(1)
3.F.(1)
3.G.(1).

If this modification is done at a shop location, the equipment specified in the document
identified in Paragraph 1.K. can also possibly be necessary.

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3.

Accomplishment Instructions
A.

General Data
WARNING:

CAUTION:

TO PREVENT INJURY TO PERSONNEL, KNOW THAT VOLTAGES ARE


IN THE EGPWS AND IN THE TEST EQUIPMENT. VOLTAGES AS LOW
AS 28 VOLTS CAN CAUSE BAD INJURY IN SOME CONDITIONS. THE
INDICATION OF LOW VOLTAGE SHOULD NOT BE IDENTIFIED AS A
SAFE CONDITION.
THE EGPWS CONTAINS ESDS ITEMS. USE APPROVED PRECAUTIONS.

WARNING:

BEFORE YOU USE A MATERIAL, REFER TO THE MANUFACTURERS


MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS. SOME MATERIALS CAN BE
DANGEROUS.

CAUTION:

DO NOT USE A MATERIAL THAT IS NOT EQUIVALENT TO THE MATERIAL


SPECIFIED BY HONEYWELL. A MATERIAL THAT IS NOT EQUIVALENT
CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT AND CAN MAKE THE
WARRANTY NOT APPLICABLE.

NOTE:

A PCMCIA card with the applicable Terrain Database and Envelope Modulation
Database installed is necessary to do this modification. One of the four
procedures identified below is permitted to get the PCMCIA card. Only one
PCMCIA card is necessary for each location that does this modification.
A new PCMCIA card with the applicable Terrain Database and Envelope
Modulation Database installed is used. Do the instructions in Paragraph 3.B.
The data from a PCMCIA card with the applicable Terrain Database and
Envelope Modulation Database is copied to a PCMCIA card. Do the
instructions in Paragraph 3.C.
The data from a CD-ROM with the applicable Terrain Database and
Envelope Modulation Database is copied to a PCMCIA card. Do the
instructions in Paragraph 3.D.
The applicable data from the EGPWS web site
(http://www.honeywell.com/sites/aero/Egpws-Home.htm) is
copied to a PCMCIA card. The web site address is case-sensitive. Do
the instructions in Paragraph 3.E.

NOTE:

If this modification is done at a shop location, refer to the Enhanced Ground


Proximity Warning System (EGPWS) CMM, ATA Number 34-45-40 (Pub.
Number 012-0709-001), for procedures and precautions. Use all CAUTIONS
and WARNINGS. Refer to the IPL in the CMM for the location of the parts,
unless specified differently.

NOTE:

If this modification is done at a customer location (in the aircraft), the instructions
in Paragraph 3.F. must be used. If this modification is done at a shop location,
the instructions in Paragraph 3.G. must be used.

NOTE:

This is a software change only. The EGPWS is not disassembled and the
inspection seals are not broken.

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B.

New PCMCIA Card


NOTE:

This paragraph gives the procedure to use a new PCMCIA card.

(1) No special equipment is necessary to do this procedure.


(2) Get a new PCMCIA card with the applicable Terrain Database and Envelope
Modulation Database. Refer to the applicable Service Letter for the correct part
number.
(3) Make a decision about how to do the modification of the EGPWS.
(a) If this modification is done at a customer location (in the aircraft), go to Paragraph
3.F.
(b) If this modification is done at a shop location, go to Paragraph 3.G.
C.

PCMCIA Data
NOTE:

This paragraph gives the procedure to copy the applicable data from one
PCMCIA card to another.

(1) The equipment identified below is necessary to do this procedure:


PCMCIA card with the applicable Terrain Database and Envelope Modulation
Database. Refer to the applicable Service Letter for the correct part number.
Blank PCMCIA card. Refer to the applicable Service Letter for the correct part
number.
IBM PC or an equivalent with a Pentium processor, 133 MHz or higher, and
the items identified below:
Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, or XP
PCMCIA card reader.
(2) Do the instructions given below to copy the applicable data from one PCMCIA
card to another.
(a) Put the PCMCIA card into the PCMCIA card reader.
(b) Make a new folder in the PC hard drive. Move the APP and TDB folders (with all
included files) from the PCMCIA card to the new folder in the PC hard drive.
(c)

Remove the PCMCIA card from the PCMCIA card reader.

(d) Put the other PCMCIA card into the PCMCIA card reader.
(e) Use the Windows Explorer to make sure there are no folders or files in the
PCMCIA card. Remove all the folders and files as necessary.
(f)

Copy the APP and TDB folders (with all included files) from the folder that was
made in Paragraph 3.C.(2).(b) to the PCMCIA card.

(g) Make sure that all the necessary files were put in the PCMCIA card.
1

On the left side of the Windows Explorer, click on the PCMCIA card reader
device letter. This will show the contents of the PCMCIA card on the right
side of the window.

Make sure that the APP and TDB folders are in the PCMCIA card.

On the left side of the window, click on the TDB folder. This will show the
contents of the TDB folder on the right side of the window. If necessary,

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make a menu selection of VIEW, ARRANGE ICONS, and BY NAME to put


the names in alphabetical order.
4

Look at a random sample of the files with the file extension .BMF. Make sure
they all have the correct date and time as given in the applicable Service
Letter. If the file extensions are not shown, make a menu selection of VIEW
and DETAILS to show the file extensions.

On the left side of the window, click on the TDB folder so that it is highlighted.

Make a menu selection of FILE and PROPERTIES.

Make sure that the size and number of files and folders are correct as
given in the applicable Service Letter.

On the left side of the window, click on the APP folder. This will show the
contents of the APP folder on the right side of the window. If necessary,
make a menu selection of VIEW, ARRANGE ICONS, and BY NAME to put
the names in alphabetical order.

Make sure that the contents of the APP folder are correct. Refer to the
applicable Service Letter.
a

For each file, make sure that the file name, date, and time are correct.

For each file, right click on the file name and make a menu selection of
PROPERTIES. Make sure the size of the file is correct.

(h) Make the files READ-ONLY.


1

On the left side of the window, click on the TDB folder so that it is highlighted.

Make a menu selection of FILE and PROPERTIES.

Make sure that the READ-ONLY attribute box is checked. If not, check
the READ-ONLY attribute box and click on the APPLY button, then click
on the OK button.

Make a menu selection of EDIT and SELECT ALL.

Make sure all of the files in the folder are highlighted.

Make a menu selection of FILE and PROPERTIES.

Make sure that the READ-ONLY attribute box is checked. If not, check
the READ-ONLY attribute box and click on the APPLY button, then click
on the OK button.

On the left side of the Explorer window, click on the APP folder so that it
is highlighted.

Make a menu selection of FILE and PROPERTIES.

10

Make sure that the READ-ONLY attribute box is checked. If not, check
the READ-ONLY attribute box and click on the APPLY button, then click
on the OK button.

11

Make a menu selection of EDIT and SELECT ALL.

12

Make sure all of the files in the folder are highlighted.

13

Make a menu selection of FILE and PROPERTIES.

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(i)

14

Make sure that the READ-ONLY attribute box is checked. If not, check
the READ-ONLY attribute box and click on the APPLY button, then click
on the OK button.

15

Remove the PCMCIA card from the PCMCIA card reader.

Identify the PCMCIA card as the applicable Terrain Database version with the
applicable Envelope Modulation Database. Refer to the applicable Service Letter.

(3) Make a decision about how to do the modification of the EGPWS.


(a) If this modification is done at a customer location (in the aircraft), go to Paragraph
3.F.
(b) If this modification is done at a shop location, go to Paragraph 3.G.
D.

CD-ROM Data
This paragraph gives the procedure to copy the applicable data from a CD-ROM
to a PCMCIA card.

NOTE:

(1) The equipment identified below is necessary to do this procedure:


CD-ROM with the applicable Terrain Database and Envelope Modulation
Database. Refer to the applicable Service Letter for the correct part number.
Blank PCMCIA card. Refer to the applicable Service Letter for the correct part
number.
IBM PC or an equivalent with a Pentium processor, 133 MHz or higher, and
the items identified below:
CD-ROM drive
Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, or XP
PCMCIA card reader.
(2) Do the instructions given below to copy the applicable data from a CD-ROM to
a PCMCIA card.
(a) Put the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
(b) Put the PCMCIA card into the PCMCIA card reader.
(c)

Use the Windows Explorer to make sure there are no folders or files in the
PCMCIA card. Remove all the folders and files as necessary.

(d) Copy the APP and TDB folders (with all included files) from the CD-ROM to the
PCMCIA card.
(e) Make sure that all the necessary files were put in the PCMCIA card.
1

On the left side of the Windows Explorer, click on the PCMCIA card reader
device letter. This will show the contents of the PCMCIA card on the right
side of the window.

Make sure that the APP and TDB folders are in the PCMCIA card.

On the left side of the window, click on the TDB folder. This will show the
contents of the TDB folder on the right side of the window. If necessary,
make a menu selection of VIEW, ARRANGE ICONS, and BY NAME to put
the names in alphabetical order.

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(f)

Look at a random sample of the files with the file extension .BMF. Make sure
they all have the correct date and time as given in the applicable Service
Letter. If the file extensions are not shown, make a menu selection of VIEW
and DETAILS to show the file extensions.
5
On the left side of the window, click on the TDB folder so that it is highlighted.
Make a menu selection of FILE and PROPERTIES.
6
Make sure that the size and number of files and folders are correct as
7
given in the applicable Service Letter.
On the left side of the window, click on the APP folder. This will show the
8
contents of the APP folder on the right side of the window. If necessary,
make a menu selection of VIEW, ARRANGE ICONS, and BY NAME to put
the names in alphabetical order.
Make sure that the contents of the APP folder are correct. Refer to the
9
applicable Service Letter.
For each file, make sure that the file name, date, and time are correct.
a
b
For each file, right click on the file name and make a menu selection of
PROPERTIES. Make sure the size of the file is correct.
Make the files READ-ONLY.
On the left side of the window, click on the TDB folder so that it is highlighted.
1
Make a menu selection of FILE and PROPERTIES.
2
Make sure that the READ-ONLY attribute box is checked. If not, check
3
the READ-ONLY attribute box and click on the APPLY button, then click
on the OK button.
4
Make a menu selection of EDIT and SELECT ALL.
Make sure all of the files in the folder are highlighted.
5
Make a menu selection of FILE and PROPERTIES.
6
Make sure that the READ-ONLY attribute box is checked. If not, check
7
the READ-ONLY attribute box and click on the APPLY button, then click
on the OK button.
On the left side of the Explorer window, click on the APP folder so that it
8
is highlighted.
9
Make a menu selection of FILE and PROPERTIES.
10 Make sure that the READ-ONLY attribute box is checked. If not, check
the READ-ONLY attribute box and click on the APPLY button, then click
on the OK button.
11 Make a menu selection of EDIT and SELECT ALL.
12 Make sure all of the files in the folder are highlighted.
13 Make a menu selection of FILE and PROPERTIES.
14 Make sure that the READ-ONLY attribute box is checked. If not, check
the READ-ONLY attribute box and click on the APPLY button, then click
on the OK button.
15 Remove the PCMCIA card from the PCMCIA card reader.

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(g) Identify the PCMCIA card as the applicable Terrain Database version with the
applicable Envelope Modulation Database. Refer to the applicable Service Letter.
(h) Remove the CD-ROM from the CD-ROM drive.
(3) Make a decision about how to do the modification of the EGPWS.
(a) If this modification is done at a customer location (in the aircraft), go to Paragraph
3.F.
(b) If this modification is done at a shop location, go to Paragraph 3.G.
E.

EGPWS Web Data


This paragraph gives the procedure to copy the applicable data from the EGPWS
web location to a PCMCIA card.

NOTE:

(1) The equipment identified below is necessary to do this procedure:


An internet connection with a password to access the EGPWS web location
(http://www.honeywell.com/sites/aero/Egpws-Home.htm). The web site address
is case-sensitive. Use the Database link on the left side of the window to get the
instructions to download the applicable database.
Blank PCMCIA card. Refer to the applicable Service Letter for the correct part
number.
IBM PC or an equivalent with a Pentium processor, 133 MHz or higher, and
the items identified below:
Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, or XP
The PCMCIA card reader.
(2) Do the instructions given below to copy the applicable data from the EGPWS web
location to a PCMCIA card.
(a) Make a folder in the PC hard drive.
(b) Use the internet browser in the PC to go to the EGPWS web location
(http://www.honeywell.com/sites/aero/Egpws-Home.htm).
(c)

Use the Database link on the left side of the window to go to the Terrain Database
download page.

(d) Do the instructions as given on the download page. Put the files in the folder that
was made in Paragraph 3.E.(2).(a).
(e) Put the PCMCIA card into the PCMCIA card reader.
(f)

Use the Windows Explorer to make sure there are no folders or files in the
PCMCIA card. Remove all the folders and files as necessary.

(g) Move the APP and TDB folders (with all included files) from the folder that was
made in Paragraph 3.E.(2).(a) to the PCMCIA card.
(h) Make sure that all the necessary files were put in the PCMCIA card.
1

On the left side of the Windows Explorer, click on the PCMCIA card reader
device letter. This will show the contents of the PCMCIA card on the right
side of the window.

Make sure that the APP and TDB folders are in the PCMCIA card.

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(i)

On the left side of the window, click on the TDB folder. This will show the
contents of the TDB folder on the right side of the window. If necessary,
make a menu selection of VIEW, ARRANGE ICONS, and BY NAME to put
the names in alphabetical order.
4
Look at a random sample of the files with the file extension .BMF. Make sure
they all have the correct date and time as given in the applicable Service
Letter. If the file extensions are not shown, make a menu selection of VIEW
and DETAILS to show the file extensions.
On the left side of the window, click on the TDB folder so that it is highlighted.
5
6
Make a menu selection of FILE and PROPERTIES.
7
Make sure that the size and number of files and folders are correct as
given in the applicable Service Letter.
8
On the left side of the window, click on the APP folder. This will show the
contents of the APP folder on the right side of the window. If necessary,
make a menu selection of VIEW, ARRANGE ICONS, and BY NAME to put
the names in alphabetical order.
9
Make sure that the contents of the APP folder are correct. Refer to the
applicable Service Letter.
a
For each file, make sure that the file name, date, and time are correct.
b
For each file, right click on the file name and make a menu selection of
PROPERTIES. Make sure the size of the file is correct.
Make the files READ-ONLY.
1
On the left side of the window, click on the TDB folder so that it is highlighted.
2
Make a menu selection of FILE and PROPERTIES.
3
Make sure that the READ-ONLY attribute box is checked. If not, check
the READ-ONLY attribute box and click on the APPLY button, then click
on the OK button.
4
Make a menu selection of EDIT and SELECT ALL.
Make sure all of the files in the folder are highlighted.
5
6
Make a menu selection of FILE and PROPERTIES.
7
Make sure that the READ-ONLY attribute box is checked. If not, check
the READ-ONLY attribute box and click on the APPLY button, then click
on the OK button.
8
On the left side of the Explorer window, click on the APP folder so that it
is highlighted.
Make a menu selection of FILE and PROPERTIES.
9
10 Make sure that the READ-ONLY attribute box is checked. If not, check
the READ-ONLY attribute box and click on the APPLY button, then click
on the OK button.
11 Make a menu selection of EDIT and SELECT ALL.
12 Make sure all of the files in the folder are highlighted.
13 Make a menu selection of FILE and PROPERTIES.

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(j)

14

Make sure that the READ-ONLY attribute box is checked. If not, check
the READ-ONLY attribute box and click on the APPLY button, then click
on the OK button.

15

Remove the PCMCIA card from the PCMCIA card reader.

Identify the PCMCIA card as the applicable Terrain Database version with the
applicable Envelope Modulation Database. Refer to the applicable Service Letter.

(3) Make a decision about how to do the modification of the EGPWS.


(a) If this modification is done at a customer location (in the aircraft), go to Paragraph
3.F.
(b) If this modification is done at a shop location, go to Paragraph 3.G.
F.

Modification at Customer Location (in the aircraft)


(1) The equipment identified below is necessary to do this procedure:
Smart cable assembly (Part Number 951-0386-001).
(2) Install the applicable Terrain Database with the applicable Envelope Modulation
Database in the EGPWS.
(a) Make sure the power to the EGPWS is on. Make sure the COMPUTER OK LED
on the EGPWS front panel is on. Refer to Figure 1 of this Service Bulletin.

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Figure 1 (Sheet 1 of 1). EGPWS Front Panel

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(b) Connect the smart cable assembly to the connector J3 on the front panel of the
EGPWS. Make sure the POWER ON LED on the smart cable assembly is on.
Refer to Figure 2 of this Service Bulletin.

Figure 2 (Sheet 1 of 1). Smart Cable Assembly

(c)

Put the PCMCIA card into the PCMCIA card slot in the smart cable assembly.

(d) While the databases are installed, make sure that the IN PROG LED on the
smart cable assembly stays on.
(e) After the databases are installed, make sure the XFER COMP LED on the smart
cable assembly comes on.
(f)

Remove the PCMCIA card from the smart cable assembly.

(g) After approximately 30 seconds, make sure that the COMPUTER OK LED on the
EGPWS comes on. This identifies that the databases were installed correctly.
(h) Disconnect the smart cable assembly from the connector J3 on the front panel
of the EGPWS.

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(3) Make sure the correct data was installed in the EGPWS.
NOTE: The ST function cannot be started if the EGPWS does not identify that the
aircraft is on the ground.
NOTE: The data check is done with the ST function. The ST function may be
started from the two possible locations identified below:
The aircraft cockpit with the GPWS test switch. Use of the cockpit ST
function can be different from one aircraft to another. For example,
the ST function can be started when the GPWS PULL-UP indicator is
pushed or when a separate ST switch is pushed.
The ST button behind the front panel door of the EGPWS.
ST button means to start the ST function from the aircraft cockpit or the
EGPWS front panel. The EGPWS ST function has six levels that identify the
data given below:
Condition and configuration of the EGPWS
Fault and warning history
Condition of the different inputs.
To help go through the different levels, there are two cancel functions:
Short cancel (push and hold the ST button for more than 0.5 second
but less than two seconds)
Long cancel (push and hold the ST button for more than two seconds
but less than eight seconds).
The short cancel and long cancel functions operate differently when the ST
is in different levels. To start the ST sequence, or to continue from one level
to another, use the short cancel. When the instruction "push the ST button"
is given below, use the short cancel sequence.
The procedure given below moves the operator directly to the Level 3 ST
(system configuration). Most of the Level 1 and Level 2 ST are not done.
(a) Push the ST button to start the Level 1 ST.
(b) After the Level 1 ST message starts, push the ST button. This cancels the
Level 1 ST and starts the Level 2 ST.
(c) After the Level 2 ST message starts (CURRENT FAULTS...), push and hold the
ST button for approximately five seconds. This cancels the Level 2 ST.
(d) When the message PRESS TO CONTINUE is heard, push the ST button. This
starts the Level 3 ST (system configuration).
(e) Make sure that the messages given below are heard, where XXX and YYY are
the correct versions:
TERRAIN DATABASE VERSION: XXX
ENVELOPE DATABASE VERSION: YYY.
(f) When the Level 3 ST is complete, the message PRESS TO CONTINUE is heard.
If the ST button is not pressed, the ST sequence stops.
(4) Go to Paragraph 3.H. and identify the Terrain Database version that was installed in
the EGPWS.

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G.

Modification at Shop Location


(1) The equipment identified below is necessary to do this procedure:
A 28 V dc power supply with a minimum supply current of 2 amperes
Smart cable assembly (Part Number 951-0386-001)
RS-232 cable assembly (Part Number 704-2617-001)
Configuration module assembly (Part Number 700-1710-001)
Connector (P2) identified in Table 3.
Table 3. Connector (P2) Part Number and Manufacturer
Part Number
RD50F00J0X

Manufacturer
Positronic Industries Inc.
423 N. Campbell Avenue
Springfield, MO 65806
U.S.A.
Telephone:
Fax:
Web site:

(800) 641-4054 (U.S.A.)


(417) 866-4115
http://www.connectpositronic.com

IBM PC with the minimum of an Intel 286 processor


EGPWS WinViews communications software.
NOTE:

Refer to Paragraph 3.G.(4).(b) for the instructions necessary to get


the EGPWS WinViews software.

(2) If the configuration module assembly (Part Number 700-1710-001) is not connected to
the connector (P2) identified in Table 3, do the instructions given below.
(a) Go to the EGPWS web location
(http://www.honeywell.com/sites/aero/Egpws-Home.htm).
(b) Click on the Installation Information link in the left frame of the window.
(c)

Click on the Installation & Design Guides link in the center frame of the new
window.

(d) In the Interface and Installation Documents scroll down list, click on the applicable
EGPWS IDG.
(e) Click on the red arrow next to the Download link to get the applicable IDG.
(f)

Connect the configuration module assembly to the connector (P2). Refer to the
instructions in the Configuration Module Installation section of the applicable IDG.

(3) Install the applicable Terrain Database with the applicable Envelope Modulation
Database in the EGPWS.
(a) Make sure the power supply is off. Connect the power supply to the EGPWS as
identified in Table 4.

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Table 4. Power Supply Connections


J1
Pin

Pin Nomenclature

40, 60

Power 28 V dc (+)

41, 61

Power 28 V dc ()

42

Chassis GND

(b) Apply power to the power supply.


(c)

Make sure the COMPUTER OK LED on the EGPWS front panel is on. Refer
to Figure 1.

(d) Connect the smart cable assembly to the connector J3 on the front panel of
the EGPWS. Make sure the POWER ON LED on the smart cable assembly is
on. Refer to Figure 2.
(e) Put the PCMCIA card into the PCMCIA card slot in the smart cable assembly.
(f)

While the databases are installed, make sure that the IN PROG LED on the
smart cable assembly stays on.

(g) After the databases are installed, make sure the XFER COMP LED on the smart
cable assembly comes on.
(h) Remove the PCMCIA card from the smart cable assembly.
(i)

After approximately 30 seconds, make sure that the COMPUTER OK LED on the
EGPWS comes on. This identifies that the databases were installed correctly.

(j)

Disconnect the smart cable assembly from the connector J3 on the front panel
of the EGPWS.

(k)

Remove power from the power supply, but do not disconnect it from the EGPWS.

(4) Make sure the correct data was installed in the EGPWS.
(a) Connect one end of the RS-232 cable assembly to the connector J3 on the
front panel of the EGPWS.
(b) Make sure the PC has EGPWS WinViews software installed and connect the
other end of the RS-232 cable assembly to the PC. If the EGPWS WinViews
software is not installed on the PC, do the instructions given below:

(c)

From the Honeywell EGPWS home page


(http://www.honeywell.com/sites/aero/Egpws-Home.htm),
use the Maintenance link on the left side of the window to go to the EGPWS
Maintenance page.

In the EGPWS Maintenance (Line Maintenance Manuals) box, click on


WinViews Software.

Below the box, click on the arrow next to Download.

Connect the connector P2 (with the configuration module assembly attached) to


the connector J2 on the front panel of the EGPWS.

(d) Apply power to the power supply. Make sure the COMPUTER OK LED on the
EGPWS front panel is on.

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(e) Start the EGPWS WinViews communication software in the PC. Push the CTRL
and Z keys on the PC keyboard at the same time.
(f)

When the character > (greater than symbol) is seen on the PC display, push the
P, S, and ENTER keys one after the other.

(g) Make sure that the data identified below is correct, where XXX and YYY are
the correct versions:
TERRAIN DATABASE VERSION: XXX
ENVELOPE MOD DATABASE VERSION: YYY.
NOTE:

The above data is shown on the PC display after the EGPWS data
identified below:
Part number
Modification status
Serial number
Software version.

(h) Remove power from the power supply.


(i)
H.

Disconnect all of the test equipment and power leads from the EGPWS.

Modification Status Marking


(1) Get a new Terrain Database label. Refer to the applicable Service Letter for the
part number.
NOTE:

It is not necessary to use the label identified above. A label with a


permanent adhesive is a permitted alternative. It is also permitted to not use
a label. The Terrain Database number can be put directly on the EGPWS
front label with permanent ink.

(2) Use permanent black marking material to put the applicable Terrain Database number
on the label.
(3) Install the new Terrain Database label in the approximate location shown in Figure
1. Make sure the Terrain Database version number that had been installed in the
EGPWS cannot be seen.
I.

Testing
(1) If this modification was done at a shop location, do a test of the EGPWS. Refer to
the instructions in the TESTING AND TROUBLESHOOTING section of the CMM.
Use the configuration matrix diskette. Refer to the applicable Service Letter for the
correct part number.

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Appendix A
Acronyms and Abbreviations
Table A-1. List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
Term

Term Definition

ATA

Air Transport Association

CAGE

Commercial and Government Entity

CD-ROM

compact disk-read only memory

CMM

component maintenance manual

dc

direct current

ECCN

Export Control Classification Number

EGPWS

Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System

ESDS

electrostatic discharge sensitive

GPWS

Ground Proximity Warning System

IBM

International Business Machines

ID

identification

IDG

installation and design guide

Inc.

incorporated

IPL

illustrated parts list

LED

light emitting diode

MHz

megahertz (hertz * 10 6)

MB

megabytes (bytes * 10 6)

No.

number

PC

personal computer

PCMCIA

Personal Computer Memory Card Interface Association

P.O.

post office

Pub.

publication

Qty

quantity

ST

self test

U.S.A.

United States of America

volts

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