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Extra EA-500/IFD

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* 2. Baro knob to adjust the altimeter setting {{key press|wheel up}} for +, {{key press|wheel down}} for - and {{key press|wheel press}} set 1013 (standard)
* L1-6 and R1-6 "Line Select Key"(LSK) is a rocker switch and can have two functions left/right indicated in the display
* LK and RK rotary knob usable with {{key press|wheel up}}, {{key press|wheel down}} and {{key press|wheel press}} and +{{key press|shift}} increases decreases the amount
* Page Select Key is a rocker switch first {{key press|mouse left}} select the page then {{key press|mouse left}} navigate through the tabs left/right
* L4 : select Com2, Nav2
* L5 : <span style="color:grey">Transponder ident</span>
* L6 : <span style="color:grey">AdvidoriesAdvisories</span>
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* R1 : Blank
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* LK : Tune/Tune/Swap (all but L5)
* LK : <span style="color:grey">SquakSquawk/SquakSquawk/Mode (only L5)</span>
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* RK : Scroll coarse/Scroll fine/Select
===FMS - Map FPL===
Is a split screen with the moving map and the flightplan. There are no LSK keys use the brezl bezel or keypad to interact with the map and flightplan
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* L4 : Blank
* L5 : Blank
* L6 : <span style="color:grey">AdvidoriesAdvisories</span>
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* R1 : Blank
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* LK : Tune/Tune/Swap (all but L5)
* LK : <span style="color:grey">SquakSquawk/SquakSquawk/Mode (only L5)</span>
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* RK : Range/Range/View
* L4 : Blank
* L5 : Blank
* L6 : <span style="color:grey">AdvidoriesAdvisories</span>
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* R1 : <span style="color:grey">Land</span> | Nav 3 states declutter
The keypad has a QWERTY layout with a few special function buttons along the outer edges and a row of number keys along the top of the keypad.
The display has two areas : a semi-permanent screen for com and nav frequencies on the left. On the right half there are the relevant data displayed according to the performed operation on the keypad (e.g. transponder code input, autopilot sttingssettings, FMS data entry, etc).
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