Is the Argus approved for use in conducting NDB approaches?
Yes. The Argus 5000 and Argus 7000 have a separate ADF Mode for conducting IFR NDB Approaches which are approved by the FAA. In all cases, if the ADF Mode is selected in AMEND, the T/E (track error) display will be replaced by the digital bearing. Thus, if the NDB is 20 degrees to the right of the nose, it will read 020. If you then turn right 40 degrees, the NDB will be to the left, and the box will show 340.
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- Is the Argus approved for use in conducting NDB approaches?