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24-00-00 - ELECTRICAL POWER - GENERAL
24-00-00 PB 001 CONF 00 - ELECTRICAL POWER
- GENERAL - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
1. General
(Ref. Fig. Electrical Power - Component Location SHEET 1)

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8XE
(CSM/G)

8XS
(APU GEN)

4000XU
(IDG 4)

4000XU
(IDG 3)

4000XU
(IDG 2)

4000XU
(IDG 1)

21XG,22XG
(EXTERNAL POWER
RECEPTACLES)

F_MM_240000_0_AAP0_01_00

Figure 24-00-00-11100-00-C / SHEET 1/1 - Electrical Power - Component Location


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POST SB 24-5024 for A/C 003-003, 006-006
EMB SB 24-5024 for A/C 001-002
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24-50-00
GCU-1

131XPC

1XU1

115VAC

9XU1
GLC-1

4000XU

11XU1
BTC-1

4XN1
GEN 1

21XN1
109XP

59XN
107XP

11XU2
BTC-2

51XN

GCU-2

105XP
3XN1

1XU2

103XP
2XN1

GEN 2

115VAC

9XU2
GLC-2

115VAC

3XS
APU GLC

4000XU

APU
GEN

1XP2

AC BUS 1-2
115VAC

1XE
CSM/G
CONTROL UNIT

8XS
EXT PWR B

(SHEET 1, 2)

3XG
EPC-B

12XU
SIC

CSM/G

GAPCU

115VAC

B
2XE
EMER GLC

8XE

40XG
C
115VAC
EXT PWR A

24-50-00

4XG
EPC-A

2XP3

AC BUS 2-3

GCU-3

115VAC

1XU3

(SHEET 1, 2)

206XP

GEN 3

115VAC

9XU3
GLC-3

4000XU

11XU3
BTC-3

3XN2
204XP
2XN2
208XP
5XN
11XU4
BTC-4

232XPA
GCU-4
1XU4

4XN2

21XN2
218XP

58XN
GEN 4
4000XU

115VAC

9XU4
GLC-4

212XP
6XN2

2XX
D
F_MM_240000_0_BEBA_01_00

Figure 24-00-00-11200-00-AI / SHEET 1/4 - Electrical Power - General Schematic


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A
E

24-50-00
101XP
1XN1
AC BUS 1-1
1XC

1XP1

115VAC
115XP
53XN
23XX

113XP
7XN1

3XX

3XCA

111XP
57XN

25XX

27XX

3XCB

55XN

3XC
C
8XX

6XX

216XP
9XX
G

4XX
214XP
7XN2

2XP4

AC BUS 2-4
2XC

115VAC
24-50-00

210XP
60XN
H

202XP
1XN2

F_MM_240000_0_BEBA_02_00

Figure 24-00-00-11200-00-AI / SHEET 2/4 - Electrical Power - General Schematic


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115VAC

28VDC

3PE

4PE
1PE
ESS TR

(SHEET 1)

115VAC

1XP2

28VDC

5PU1

3PU1
1PU1
TR-1
24-50-00

AC SHED ESS BUS

401XP

16XH

15XH
4XP

115VAC

115VAC

28VDC

2XB
F

12XH

3XB

5XB

1XB
STAT INV
9XP

AC ESS BUS
115VAC

905XPB

1XH

21XH
G

26VAC
9XH

931XPB

3XH
901XP

(SHEET 1)

2XP3

115VAC

3PU2

28VDC

5PU2

2PU
1PU2
TR-2

909PP
115VAC

28VDC

7PU

3PU3
1PU3
APU TR

14KA
F_MM_240000_0_BEBA_03_00

Figure 24-00-00-11200-00-AI / SHEET 3/4 - Electrical Power - General Schematic


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28VDC

DC ESS BUS

4PP

28VDC

1PH

8PP

DC SHED ESS BUS


28VDC

401PP
5PH

801PP
7PH

7PR
403PP

805PP
11PH

6PH
407PP

470PP

10PH
15PH

2PR

24PB1
14PHA

14PHB

24PB2

14PH

28VDC

9PH

DC BUS 1

1PP

28VDC

501PP

103PP

1PR

1PC1

3PN1

ESS FUEL BUS

105PP
4PN1
5PR

101PP
2PN1

701PP
10PB1 HOT BUS

3PC
L

8PH

4PC 6PC

DC BAT BUS

3PP

28VDC

303PP
9PB

301PP
11PB

1PC2

BCL 1

2PB1
BAT 1

1PB1

3PB1
SHUNT

6PB1

4PB1
BCL 2
1PB2

6PB2

4PB2

2PB2
BAT 2

2PC
2PP

DC BUS 2
28VDC

204PP
3PN2

702PP
10PB2 HOT BUS

202PP
2PN2
206PP

4PR

4PN2

28VDC
1PN

502PP

601PP

1PR

3PX
N

28VDC
1PX

3PB2
SHUNT

DC SERVICE BUS

MAIN FUEL BUS

6PP

28VDC

603PP
5PX

6KA 10KA 5KA


P

APU STARTER

602PP
4PX

309PP

3PR

709PP

BCL APU
1PB3
8PB

5PB

2PB3
APU BAT

3PB3
SHUNT
F_MM_240000_0_BEBA_04_00

Figure 24-00-00-11200-00-AI / SHEET 4/4 - Electrical Power - General Schematic


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** ON A/C 003-050
PRE SB 24-5024 for A/C 003-003, 006-006
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24-50-00
GCU-1

131XP-A

1XU1

115VAC

9XU1
GLC-1

4000XU

11XU1
BTC-1

4XN1
GEN 1

21XN1
109XP

59XN
107XP

11XU2
BTC-2

51XN

GCU-2

105XP
3XN1

1XU2

103XP
2XN1

GEN 2

115VAC

9XU2
GLC-2

115VAC

3XS
APU GLC

1XP2

AC BUS 1-2

(SHEET 1, 2)

115VAC

4000XU

APU
GEN

1XE
CSM/G
CONTROL UNIT

8XS
3XG
EPC-B

EXT PWR B

12XU
SIC

CSM/G

GAPCU

115VAC

B
2XE
EMER GLC

8XE

40XG
C
115VAC
EXT PWR A

24-50-00

4XG
EPC-A

2XP3

AC BUS 2-3

GCU-3

115VAC

1XU3

(SHEET 1, 2)

206XP
3XN2

115VAC

9XU3
GLC-3

4000XU

204XP
11XU3
BTC-3

GEN 3

2XN2
208XP
5XN

11XU4
BTC-4

232XP-A
GCU-4
1XU4

4XN2

21XN2

218XP

58XN
GEN 4
4000XU

115VAC

9XU4
GLC-4

212XP
6XN2

2XX
D
F_MM_240000_0_BFZA_01_00

Figure 24-00-00-11200-00-M / SHEET 1/4 - Electrical Power - General Schematic


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A
E

24-50-00
101XP
1XN1
AC BUS 1-1
1XC

1XP1

115VAC
115XP
53XN
23XX

113XP
7XN1

3XX

3XC-A

111XP
57XN

25XX

27XX

3XC-B

55XN

3XC
C
8XX

6XX

216XP
9XX
G

4XX
214XP
7XN2

AC BUS 2-4
2XC

2XP4

115VAC
24-50-00

210XP
60XN
H
D

202XP
1XN2
F_MM_240000_0_BFZA_02_00

Figure 24-00-00-11200-00-M / SHEET 2/4 - Electrical Power - General Schematic


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115VAC

28VDC

3PE

4PE
1PE
ESS TR

(SHEET 1)

115VAC

1XP2

28VDC

5PU1

3PU1
1PU1
TR-1
24-50-00

AC SHED ESS BUS

401XP

16XH

15XH
4XP

115VAC

115VAC

28VDC
2XB

F
12XH

3XB

5XB

1XB
STAT INV
AC ESS BUS

9XP

115VAC
905XP-B

1XH

21XH
G

26VAC
9XH

931XP-A

3XH
901XP

(SHEET 1)

2XP3

115VAC
3PU2

28VDC

2PU

5PU2
1PU2
TR-2

909PP
115VAC

28VDC

7PU

3PU3
1PU3
APU TR

14KA
F_MM_240000_0_BFZA_03_00

Figure 24-00-00-11200-00-M / SHEET 3/4 - Electrical Power - General Schematic


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28VDC

DC ESS BUS

4PP

28VDC

1PH

DC SHED ESS BUS

8PP

28VDC

401PP
5PH

801PP
7PH

7PR
403PP

805PP
11PH

6PH
407PP

470PP

10PH
15PH

24PB2

14PH

28VDC

2PR

24PB1
14PHA

14PHB

9PH

DC BUS 1

1PP

28VDC

501PP

103PP

1PR

1PC1

3PN1

ESS FUEL BUS

105PP
4PN1
5PR

101PP
2PN1

701PP

3PC
L

8PH

10PB1

4PC 6PC

DC BAT BUS

HOT BUS

3PP

28VDC

303PP
9PB

301PP
11PB

1PC2

BCL 1

2PB1
BAT 1

1PB1
4PB1

3PB1
SHUNT

6PB1
BCL 2
1PB2

4PB2

6PB2
2PB2
BAT 2

2PC
DC BUS 2

2PP

28VDC

204PP
3PN2

702PP
10PB2 HOT BUS

202PP
2PN2
206PP

4PR

4PN2

28VDC
1PN

502PP

601PP

1PR

3PX
N

28VDC
1PX

3PB2
SHUNT

DC SERVICE BUS

MAIN FUEL BUS

6PP

28VDC

603PP
5PX

6KA 10KA 5KA


P

APU STARTER
309PP

602PP
4PX

3PR

709PP

BCL APU
1PB3
8PB

5PB

2PB3
APU BAT

3PB3
SHUNT
F_MM_240000_0_BFZA_04_00

Figure 24-00-00-11200-00-M / SHEET 4/4 - Electrical Power - General Schematic


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A. Generation
Each of the 4 engines drives an Integrated Drive Generator (IDG) providing alternating current power.
The APU (Auxiliary Power Unit) drives a fifth generator (APU GEN) which can supply all the aircraft network
on ground or replace a main generator in flight.
Two Transformer Rectifiers (TR) utilize the alternating current to supply the main direct current network.
Another transformer rectifier (ESS TR) supplies the essential direct current network.
Two batteries supply also direct current in some configurations. The APU TR or/and a battery (APU BAT)
power supply the APU starter, depending on the aircraft configuration.
In case of major failure, a constant speed hydraulic motor drives an emergency generator: both equipment
form an assembly called Constant Speed Motor/Generator (CSM/G).
The function of the CSM/G is to supply the systems necessary to the aircraft control.
B. General Arrangement of the Distribution Network
(1)
AC distribution network
There are four distribution networks:
networks 1 and 2 associated to left side (side 1) generators (respectively IDG 1 and 2),
networks 3 and 4 associated to right side (side 2) generators (respectively IDG 3 and 4).
In normal flight configuration each IDG supplies its own distribution network via its line contactor (GLC).
The four IDGs are never electrically coupled.
The distribution network 1 consists of:
the alternating current bus 1XP1 (AC BUS 1-1),
the alternating current essential bus 9XP (AC ESS BUS),
the alternating current sheddable essential bus 4XP (AC SHED ESS BUS).
The distribution network 2 consists of:
the alternating current bus 1XP2 (AC BUS 1-2).
The distribution network 3 consists of:
the alternating current bus 2XP3 (AC BUS 2-3).
The distribution network 4 consists of:
the alternating current bus 2XP4 (AC BUS 2-4).
(2)
DC Distribution Network
The TR1 powered from the AC BUS 1-2 supplies through its contactor:
the direct current bus 1PP (DC BUS 1),
the direct current bus 3PP (DC BAT BUS).
The TR2 powered from the AC BUS 2-3 supplies through its contactor:
the direct current bus 2PP (DC BUS 2),
the direct current service bus 6PP (DC SERVICE BUS).
The ESS TR powered from AC BUS 1-1 supplies through its contactor:
the direct current essential bus 4PP (DC ESS BUS),
the direct current sheddable essential bus 8PP (DC SHED ESS BUS).
Two batteries are associated with the DC BAT BUS through their own contactor. They can also supply
the static inverter during particular configurations.
(3)

Particular configurations
The AC ESS BUS and the AC SHED ESS BUS plus, via the ESS TR, the DC ESS BUS and the DC
SHED ESS BUS can be supplied by:
the AC BUS 2-4 in case of loss of the AC BUS 1-1,

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the CSM/G more especially in emergency configuration.


2. Component Location
A. Main Component Location
(Ref. Fig. Electrical Power - Component Location SHEET 1)

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A
800VU

852VU

RADOME
FR1

40XG

921VU
1XE

1PE
FR8
743VU
740VU

ACCESS TO
GROUND

2PB2

ACCESS TO
COCKPIT

1PB2
1PB1
2PB1
1XB

915VU
NOSE LDG/GR
BAY
751VU
752VU

FR14
RELAY BOX

RELAY BOX

1XU2
1XL
1XM1
1XU1
1PU1

1XU3
1XD
1XM2
1XU4
1PU2

710VU
21XG,22XG
(EXT PWR
RECEPTACLES)

925VU
800VU
ELECTRONICS RACK
FR20

DOOR
F_MM_240000_0_AFP0_01_00

Figure 24-00-00-12900-00-F / SHEET 1/1 - Electrical Power - Component Location


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(Ref. Fig. Electrical Power - Component Location SHEET 1)

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FR68 FR70

8XS

A
A
FR70

FR69

1PB3

1PU3

2PB3

5000VU

F_MM_240000_0_BJM0_01_00

Figure 24-00-00-12950-00-A / SHEET 1/1 - Electrical Power - Component Location


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FIN

1PB1
1PB2
1PB3
2PB1
2PB2
2PB3
1PE
1PU1
1PU2
1PU3
1XB
1XD
1XE
8XE
21XG
22XG
1XM1
1XM2

FUNCTIONAL DESIGNATION

BCL-1
BCL-2
BCL-APU
BATTERY 1
BATTERY 2
BATTERY - APU
TR-ESS
TR-1
TR-2
TR - APU
STAT INV
CBMU
GCU - CSM/G
CSM/G
CT-EXT PWR A
CT-EXT PWR B
ECMU-1
ECMU-2

PANEL

ZO
NE

ACCESS
DOOR

ATA REF

121
121
162LW 162
120
120
162RW 162
122
120
120
162FC 162
121
120
121
148
715VU 120
715VU 120
120
120

24-38-34
24-38-34
24-38-35
24-38-51
24-38-51
24-38-52
24-34-51
24-32-51
24-32-51
24-32-51
24-28-51
24-53-34
24-24-34
24-24-51
24-41-17
24-41-17
24-29-34
24-29-34

316

24-23-51

EMB SB 24-5001 for A/C 003-003


EMB SB 24-5005 for A/C 001-006
EMB SB 24-5008 for A/C 001-006
4000XU
IDG

400

24-21-51

** ON A/C ALL
1XU1
1XU2
1XU3
1XU4
40XG

120
120
120
120
122

24-22-34
24-22-34
24-22-34
24-22-34
24-41-34

121

24-54-34

** ON A/C ALL
EMB SB 24-5012 for A/C 001-006
8XS
GEN-APU
** ON A/C ALL

GCU-1
GCU-2
GCU-3
GCU-4
GAPCU

852VU

** ON A/C ALL
EMB SB 24-5003 for A/C 003-006
1XL
ELMU
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B. Circuit Breaker Location

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The circuit breakers are located on the front face of panels 710VU, 740VU, 743VU and 5058VE in the
avionics compartment, underneath the cockpit.
The other circuit breakers are located on the left of the APU CONTROL BOX (panel 5000VU or 5000VE) )
in the bulk cargo compartment.
All commercial circuit breakers are located on the panels 5001VE, 5002VE, 5005VE, 5006VE and 5060VE
in the cabin and cargo compartments.
C. Location of the Electrical Controls and Indications
The controls and indications related to the electrical generation and distribution are located on:
the ELEC control panels (211VU and 235VU),
the ECAM displays,
the forward Cabin Attendant Panel (5001VE, 5002VE, 5005VE and 5006VE),
the CMS.
(Ref. Fig. Control and Indicating - Component Location)

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2WK1
2WK2
1WM

MCDU

PANEL 235VU

PANEL 211VU
F_MM_240000_0_AJTR_01_00

Figure 24-00-00-13400-00-G / SHEET 1/2 - Control and Indicating - Component Location


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ELEC
AC

ESS
TR

EMER GEN
116V
400HZ

AC ESS

SHED

TR1
AC1-1

AC1-2

GEN1
62%
116V
400HZ

GEN2
62%
116V
400HZ

ELEC
DC

STAT INV
116V
400HZ

DC BAT
BAT1
28V
100A

APU
TR

TR2
AC2-3

AC2-4

GEN3
62%
116V
400HZ

GEN4
62%
116V
400HZ

DC1

IDG1
123 C
LO PR

IDG2
123
LO PR

APU GEN
62%
116V
400HZ
EXT B
116V
400HZ

EXT A
116V
400HZ

IDG3
123 C

DISC

DISC

DC2

STAT
INV

TR1
28V
100A

ESS TR
28V
100A

TR2
28V
100A

APU TR
28V
100A

AC1-2

EMER GEN

AC2-3

AC2-4

2WK2
SD
ELEC DC PAGE (FULL DISPLAY)

2WK2
SD
ELEC AC PAGE (FULL DISPLAY)

<

DC ESS
LND RCVRY

COMMERCIAL OFF

APU BAT
28V
100A

BAT2
28V
100A

SHED

IDG4
123

AC APU

>

<
<
<
<
<
ELEC:

AC BUS1-1 FAULT

2WK1
EWD

MCDU

1WM
ECP
F_MM_240000_0_AJTR_02_00

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3. System Description
(Ref. Fig. AC Generation and Distribution - Control and Indicating)

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A
GCU-1

1
GEN

1XU1

FAULT

FAULT

GEN 1

OFF

OFF/ R

4000XU

2XT1

115VAC

9XU1
GLC-1

2XU1

ECMU1

2
GEN

1XU2

FAULT

FAULT

GEN 2

OFF

OFF/ R

4000XU

2XT2

11XU2
BTC-2

GCU-2
IDG

11XU1
BTC-1

IDG

115VAC

1XM1
AC BUS 1-2

9XU2
GLC-2

115VAC

1XP2

(SHEET)
3

24-50-00

2XU2
APU GEN
FAULT
OFF/R
2XS

109XP
APU
GEN

115VAC

59XN

3XS
APU GLC

107XP

8XS

51XN

EXT PWR B
BUS TIE

12XU
SIC

3XG
EPC-B
GAPCU
EXT B

A
U
T
O

OFF

B
C
D

13XU

EXT A
40XG

AVAIL

AVAIL

AUTO

ON

17XG

10XG

115VAC
EXT PWR A

4XG
EPC-A

ECMU2

GCU-3

3
GEN

AC BUS 2-3

FAULT

FAULT

GEN 3

OFF

OFF/ R

4000XU

2XT3

1XM2

1XU3

115VAC

9XU3
GLC-3

2XU3

GEN

1XU4

FAULT

FAULT

GEN 4

OFF

OFF/ R

4000XU

2XT4

11XU4
BTC-4

2XP3

(SHEET)
3

24-50-00
208XP
5XN

GCU-4
IDG

115VAC
11XU3
BTC-3

IDG

F
G
H
J
K

115VAC

218XP
58XN

9XU4
GLC-4

2XU4
F_MM_240000_0_BZAA_01_00

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A
M
24-50-00
AC BUS 1-1
1XC

1XP1

115VAC

115XP
53XN
23XX

14XE

113XP

16XE

7XN1
3XX

4XC

111XP
GCU-CSM/G

55XN

57XN

25XX

27XX

1XE

CSM/G

115VAC

2XE
EMER GLC

8XE
3XC
B
C
D

N
16XX SW
GND SEL
CTL

8XX

216XP

6XX

E
P

F
G
H
J
K

4XX
214XP
7XN2

2XX
212XP
6XN2
AC BUS 2-4
2XC

2XP4

115VAC
210XP
60XN
24-50-00

F_MM_240000_0_BZAA_02_00

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115VAC

28VDC

4PE
1PE
ESS TR

(SHEET 1)

115VAC

1XP2

28VDC

3PU1
1PU1
TR-1

AC SHED ESS BUS

401XP

16XH

15XH
4XP

115VAC

115VAC

AC ESS BUS

N
12XH

3XB

28VDC
1XB
STAT INV

9XP

115VAC
901XP

(SHEET 1)

2XP3

115VAC
3PU2

28VDC

2PU
1PU2
TR-2

115VAC

28VDC

3PU3
1PU3
APU TR
F_MM_240000_0_BZAA_03_00

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A. AC Generation
(1)
Main generator and APU generator drive
(Ref. 24-21-00 and 24-23-00)
The engine HP compressor drives each main generator via the accessory gearbox and via an integrated
hydromechanical speed regulator which transforms the engine variable speed into constant speed for
the generator.
In case of unsuccessful attempt to disconnect the IDG, if the IDG oil inlet temperature reaches 199
deg.C (390.2 deg.F), the IDG is automatically disconnected.
If there is a mechanical failure, the IDG pushbutton switch protected by a guard and located on the
overhead ELEC control panel serves to disconnect the IDG.
Reset of the disconnection mechanism is possible on the ground only with the engine shut down.
The APU directly drives the APU GEN at constant speed. This maintains the generator frequency
constant.
(2)
Main Generator, APU GEN, Generator Control Unit (GCU) and Ground and Auxiliary Power
Control Unit (GAPCU)
(Ref. 24-22-00 and 24-23-00)
The GEN pushbutton switch located on the ELEC control panel on the cockpit overhead panel serves to
control each generator via a GCU (IDG) and the GAPCU (APU GEN).
(a)
Main functions of the GCU (IDG) and the GAPCU (APU GEN)
to control the generator frequency (IDG only),
to control the generator voltage by regulation of the field current,
to protect the network and the generator by control of the associated GLC and the generator field
current,
to provide BITE information to the CMC(s) through the GAPCU,
to control the warnings associated with the corresponding channel,
to provide capability to perform interrupt free power transfer on ground (NBPT).
Each GCU and the GAPCU include a BITE and self monitoring system which:
analyses most of the faults that affect the channel,
memorizes the corresponding data in a non-volatile memory.
NOTE: In addition the SD receives the electrical parameters and warnings dealing with the channel
concerned. The GAPCU is also involved in the AC external power control supply (see para.
C).
(3)

Constant speed motor/generator (CSM/G) and CSM/G control unit


(Ref. AMM D/O 24-24-00-00)
When emergency conditions prevail, a hydraulic motor (CSM) controlled by a servo-valve speed
regulator drives a generator (motor and generator form an assembly called CSM/G).
The regulator transforms the flow of the Green hydraulic system into constant speed for the generator.
In electrical emergency condition following the loss of the four generators, two main hydraulic pumps
driven by engines 1 and 4 supply the Green hydraulic system.
In emergency condition following the loss of all the engines (the engines 1 and 4 + the engines 2 and
3) , the Ram Air Turbine (RAT) pump supplies the Green hydraulic system.
Loss of the AC BUS 1-1, AC BUS 1-2, AC BUS 2-3, and AC BUS 2-4 generates the automatic control of
the CSM/G.

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The MAN ON guarded pushbutton switch located on the EMER ELEC control panel on the cockpit
overhead panel serves to manually control the CSM/G.
The CSM/G control unit enables full control of the CSM/G.
(4)
Galley Control
(Ref. AMM D/O 24-26-00-00) , (Ref. AMM D/O 24-29-00-00) and (Ref. AMM D/O 24-54-00-00)
The galley assembly is divided in two parts :
the forward/middle area,
the aft area.
The ELMS manages shedding and restoration of the loads related to the galley.
If the ELMU is de-activated , the galley supply control circuit controls the galley RCCBs via the two
ECMUs. The ECMUs manage the automatic opening and closure of the RCCBs galley according to
the aircraft configuration. The galley can be shed completly by pushing the COMMERCIAL pushbutton
switch or the GALLEY pushbutton switch.
(5)
Static inverter
(Ref. AMM D/O 24-28-00-00)
A static inverter transforms the direct current voltage from the batteries into a single phase, 115
VAC/400 Hz, alternating current voltage.
The static inverter is automatically activated only in battery configuration (i.e. AC BUS 1-1, AC BUS 1-2,
AC BUS 2-3, AC BUS 2-4 are not supplied and the CSM/G unavailable).
(6)
Electrical Contactor Management Unit (ECMU)
(Ref. AMM D/O 24-29-00-00)
The system consists of two separate equipment called ECMU1 and ECMU2.
Their functions are similar but the ECMU1 manages only side 1 contactors and ECMU2 manages only
side 2 contactors.
Each ECMU receives the following signals:
orders from the GCUs and the GAPCU,
status of the main AC and DC generation contactors,
voltage of the main AC and DC busbars.
The two main functions of the ECMU are:
(a)
Operational function:
control of the AC/DC main contactors,
control of the galley shedding,
on ground, control of the transfer between the various electrical power sources (IDG, APU, EXT
PWR) in order to avoid any break of power (NBPT),
control of AC/DC ground service busses,
control of Inadvertent Paralleling Trip (IPT).
(b)
BITE function
monitor and test the ECMU together with its peripheral circuits,
collect the failures and store the corresponding fault code in the Non Volatile Memory (NVM),
transmit the failure message to the Central Maintenance Computer(s) (CMC(s)) through an ARINC
429 bus.
In addition, in case of ECMU failure, a fault warning message is generated to the Engine/Warning
Display (EWD).

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(7)

Electrical Load Management Unit (ELMU)


(Ref. AMM D/O 24-54-00-00)
The system consists of one equipment called ELMU.
The two main functions of the ELMU are:
(a)

Operational function:
The Electrical Load Management System (ELMS) sheds or restores electrical loads to the
commercial systems. The ELMU monitors the power output from each of the AC generators. When
there is an overload, it sheds electrical loads, in a sequence of priority, and when the available
capacity of the generator is sufficient again, it restores the loads, again in a sequence of priority.

(b)

(8)

BITE function
monitors the condition of the ELMU and associated inputs,
analyses and confirms the faults,
stores the faults in a Non-Volatile Memory (NVM).
Transfer circuit

(Ref. AMM D/O 24-22-00-00)


The Bus Transfer Contactors (BTC)s and the System Isolation Contactor (SIC) are automatically
controlled by the ECMUs. They enable supply of all the aircraft electrical network or half of it.
The supply only depends on the availability of one of the power sources: GENx, APU GEN, EXT PWR x.
The control of the BTCs also depends on the availability of these sources and the correct condition of
each network.
(9)
No Break Power Transfer (NBPT)
(Ref. AMM D/O 24-29-00-00)
This function is managed by the ECMUs. It prevents busbar power interruption due to electrical power
supply source transfer on ground in normal configuration.
The ECMU receives information from the main AC contactors, each GCU and the GAPCU, to perform
this function.
No break power transfer occurrences are permitted between:
any external power and the APU generator,
any IDG and any external power,
any IDG and the APU generator,
any IDG of the same side of the aircraft.
B. AC Distribution
(Ref. AMM D/O 24-50-00-00)
The alternating current distribution network comprises four independent sections.
(1)
Network 1
Network 1 mainly includes the AC BUS 1-1, the AC ESS BUS and the AC SHED ESS BUS which are
three-phase, 115 VAC/400 Hz busses.
The AC BUS 1-1 supplies the essential busses in parallel. The AC ESS BUS also delivers 26 VAC/400
Hz power supply through a 115/26 VAC transformer.

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In the event of AC BUS 1-1 loss, the AC ESS BUS and AC SHED ESS BUS are automatically restored
by the direct transfer of power supply from the AC BUS 2-4.
In case of loss of the AC essential busses, FAULT legend on the AC ESS FEED pushbutton switch
comes on : this P/BSW enables to transfer the AC essential busses supply from AC BUS 1-1 to AC BUS
2-4, in particular when the loss of the AC essential busses normal supply does not result from AC BUS
1-1 loss.
If there is loss of AC BUS 1-1, AC BUS 1-2, AC BUS 2-3 and AC BUS 2-4 (emergency configuration),
the AC ESS BUS and AC SHED ESS BUS are restored via the CSM/G driven by the Green hydraulic
power. In case of RAT operation, the AC SHED ESS BUS is automatically shed.
(2)
Network 2
Network 2 comprises the AC BUS 1-2 which is a three-phase, 115 VAC/400 Hz bus.
The AC BUS 1-2 also delivers 26 VAC/400 Hz power supply through a 115/26 VAC transformer.
(3)
Network 3
Network 3 comprises the AC BUS 2-3 which is a three-phase, 115 VAC/400 Hz bus.
The AC BUS 2-3 also delivers 26 VAC/400 Hz power supply through a 115/26 VAC transformer.
(4)
Network 4

(5)

Network 4 comprises the AC BUS 2-4 which is a three-phase, 115 VAC/400 Hz bus.
AC electrical busbar supply
(a)
Various configurations
------------------------------------------------------------------------------!
! SIDE 1 ! SIDE 2 !ESSENTIAL BUS
!GND/FLT!ATA REF.!
!
PHASES
!------------------------------------!-------!
!
!
!1XP1!1XP2!2XP3!2XP4!4XP! 4 !9!931XP ! SIDE !
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
! 0 !0!901XP !
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
! 1 !5!
! 1 ! 2 !
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
! X !X!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
! P !P!
!
!
!
!
!-----------------------------------------------------------------------------!
! NORMAL CONFIGURATION ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X !X!
X ! X ! X !24-22-00!
!-----------------------------------------------------------------------------!
! 3 GENERATORS AVAILABLE!
!
!
!
!
!
! !
!
!
!
!
! (WITH or WITHOUT APU ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X !X!
X ! X ! X !24-22-00!
! GEN)
!
!
!
!
!
!
! !
!
!
!
!
!-----------------------------------------------------------------------------!
! 2 GENERATORS AVAILABLE!
!
!
!
!
!
! !
!
!
!
!
! (WITH or WITHOUT APU ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X !X!
X ! X ! X !24-22-00!
! GEN)
!
!
!
!
!
!
! !
!
!
!
!
!-----------------------------------------------------------------------------!
! 1 GENERATOR AVAILABLE:!
!
!
!
!
!
! !
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
! !
!
!
!
!
! - WITH APU GEN ...... ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X !X!
X ! X ! X !24-23-00!
!
!-----------------------------------------------------!
! - ON SIDE 1 WITHOUT
!
!
!
!
!
!
! !
!
!
!
!
!
APU GEN ........... ! X ! X !
!
! X ! X !X!
X ! X !
!24-22-00!
!
!-----------------------------------------------------!
! - ON SIDE 2 WITHOUT
!
!
!
!
!
!
! !
!
!
!
!
!
APU GEN ........... !
!
! X ! X ! X ! X !X!
X !
! X !24-22-00!
!
!-----------------------------------------------------!
! - ONLY THE APU GEN .. ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X !X!
X ! X ! X !24-23-00!

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!-----------------------------------------------------------------------------!
! EXTERNAL POWER
!
!
!
!
!
!
! !
!
!
!
!
! CONNECTED TO THE
!
!
!
!
!
!
! !
!
!
!
!
! NETWORK
! X ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X !X!
X ! X ! X !24-41-00!
! (WITH or WITHOUT APU !
!
!
!
!
!
! !
!
!
!
!
! GEN)
!
!
!
!
!
!
! !
!
!
!
!
!-----------------------!----!----!----!----!---!---!-!------!---!---!--------!
! GROUND SERVICING ONLY !
!
!
!
!
!
! !
! X ! X !24-42-00!
!=============================================================================!
! EMER GENERATION
!
!
!
!
!
!
! !
!
!
!
!
! OPERATIONAL TEST ON
! X ! X ! X ! X !
! X !*!
X ! X ! X !24-24-00!
! GND ONLY WITH HYD
!
!
!
!
!
!
! !
!
!
!
!
! ELEC PUMP SWITCHED ON !
!
!
!
!
!
! !
!
!
!
!
* Recovered by releasing the EMER GEN TEST pushbutton switch.
(b)
Emergency configuration
------------------------------------------------------------------------------!
! 26 VAC!
115 VAC/400 HZ
!ATA REF. !
!
FLIGHT PHASE
!-------!-----------------------------!
!
!
! 931XP !4XP!4! 905XP ! 901XP ! 903XP !
!
!
!
!
!0!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!1!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!X!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!P!
!
!
!
!
!-----------------------------------------------------------------------------!
!FLIGHT ON
!
!
!
! !
!
!
!
!
!BATTERIES ONLY ! LAND RECOV. !
!
! !
!
!
!24-38-00 !
!(V > 50 KTS,
! P/BSW "ON" !
X
!
! !
!
X
!
X
!
!
!SLAT EXTENDED) !
!
!
! !
!
!
!
!
!-----------------------------------------------------------------------------!
!
! LAND RECOV. !
X
! X !X!
!
X
!
!
!
!CSM/G SUPPLIED ! P/BSW "OFF" !
!
! !
!
!
!
!
!BY ENGINE
!---------------------------------------------------!24-24-00 !
!HYDRAULIC PUMP ! LAND RECOV. !
X
! X !X!
!
X
!
X
!
!
!
! P/BSW "ON" !
!
! !
!
!
!
!
!-----------------------------------------------------------------------------!
!
! LAND RECOV. !
X
! X ! !
!
X
!
!
!
!CSM/G SUPPLIED ! P/BSW "OFF" !
!
! !
!
!
!
!
!BY
!---------------------------------------------------!24-24-00 !
!RAT PUMP
! LAND RECOV. !
X
! X ! !
!
X
!
X
!
!
!
! P/BSW "ON" !
!
! !
!
!
!
!
In emergency configuration, part of the essential network is recovered as soon as the EMER ELEC
PWR/LAND RECOVERY pushbutton switch is pushed.
C. DC Generation
(Ref. Fig. DC Generation and Distribution - Control and Indicating)

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115VAC
FROM SWITCHING
CNTOR

28VDC

3PE
1PE
ESS TR

24-60-00
115VAC
FROM AC BUS 1-2

28VDC

28VDC
5PU1

DC BUS 1

1PP

1PC1

1PU1
TR-1

115VAC
TO CNTOR 3XB

28VDC
2XB

5XB

8PH

4PC

6PC

1XB
STAT INV

C
1PC2

3PC

2PC
28VDC

DC BUS 2

2PP
24-60-00

115VAC
FROM AC BUS 2-3
OR EXT PWR
(SERVICING)

28VDC
5PU2
1PU2
TR-2

1PN
E

1PX

28VDC

115VAC
FROM AC BUS 2-4

7PU
1PU3
APU TR

14KA
F_MM_240000_0_BARA_01_00

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DC ESS BUS

4PP

1PH

DC SHED ESS BUS

28VDC

8PP

24-60-00

24-60-00
1

805PP

11PH
1

LAND RCVRY
1
2

407PP

10PH

9PH

7PR

LAND RCVRY
2PR
1

501PP

5PR

1PR

ESS FUEL BUS

701PP

10PB1

HOT BUS

24-60-00
7PB1
B

DC BAT BUS

3PP

2PB1
BAT 1

28VDC

3PB1
SHUNT

BCL-1
1PB1

4PB1

6PB1

C
3PV VOLTMETER
BAT
D
7PB2
2PB2
BAT 2

3PB2
SHUNT

BLC-2
1PB2

4PB2
DC SERVICE BUS

6PP

28VDC

6PB2
1

702PP

10PB2

HOT BUS

2
3PR

24-60-00
1

2
4PR

6KA

5KA

502PP
1PR

BLC-3
APU STARTER
309PP

709PP

1PB3
8PB

MAIN FUEL BUS

5PB
2PB3
APU BAT

3PB3
SHUNT
F_MM_240000_0_BARA_02_00

Figure 24-00-00-15550-00-D / SHEET 2/2 - DC Generation and Distribution - Control and Indicating
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(1)

DC power sources
(Ref. AMM D/O 24-30-00-00)
The power sources for the direct current are:
three identical Transformer Rectifiers (TR1, TR2 and ESS TR) and two identical batteries (BAT1 and
BAT2),
In normal configurations, the 3 TRs provide direct current.
The batteries provide direct current in particular configurations only.
a third battery (APU BAT), identical to the others, provides DC current for the APU starting.
a fourth TR (APU TR), identical to the others, provides DC current for the APU BAT charge and the
APU starting.
(a)
TR
(Ref. 24-32-00, 24-34-00)
Each TR transforms the three-phase alternating current into direct current (28 VDC).
Upon energization, the TR operates and supplies the DC network via a contactor controlled by the
internal TR logic.
In case of failure, the TR generates a FAULT signal to the CMS and SDAC for maintenance
purposes.
It is possible to reset the TR from the CMS or through a pushbutton switch located on the TR front
face.
In addition, the TR generates proper electrical parameters to the SD.
(b)
APU TR
(Ref. AMM D/O 24-32-00-00)
The APU TR is used to:
charge the APU battery,
start the APU alone or coupled with the APU battery.
(c)
Batteries
(Ref. AMM D/O 24-38-00-00)
Each of the two main batteries has a nominal capacity of 50 Ah and a nominal voltage of 24 VDC.
The main function of the main batteries is to supply the DC network in some configurations.
A dedicated APU battery identical to the main batteries is used to start the APU.
A Battery Charge Limiter (BCL) serves to control each battery contactor when the BAT pushbutton
switch is in the AUTO configuration.

In addition, each BCL includes a BITE and self monitoring system which analyzes the faults of the
internal or peripheral information. Initiation of the test is possible via the CMS or at each power up
(on ground).
Each BCL delivers electrical parameters and warning concerning each battery to the SD.
D. DC Distribution
(Ref. AMM D/O 24-60-00-00)

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The direct current distribution network comprises three independent sections.


(1)
Network 1
Network 1 comprises the DC BUS 1 (1PP) and the DC BAT BUS (3PP):
the TR1 supplies them.

(2)

The AC BUS 1-2 supplies the TR1.


Network 2
Network 2 comprises the DC BUS 2 (2PP) and the DC SERVICE BUS (6PP):
the TR 2 supplies them.

(3)

The AC BUS 2-3 supplies the TR2.


Essential network
The essential network comprises the DC ESS BUS (4PP) and the DC SHED ESS BUS (8PP):
the ESS TR supplies them.

(4)

The AC BUS 1-1 supplies the ESS TR.


Configuration in the event of TR loss
(a)
TR1
If there is loss of the TR1, the TR2 automatically restores supply to the DC BUS 1 and the DC BAT
BUS.
(b)
TR2

(c)

TR2 loss leads to the symmetrical recovery of DC BUS 2 from the TR1.
ESS TR

In the event of ESS TR loss and if the TR 2 is available, the DC ESS BUS and DC SHED ESS BUS
are automatically recovered by the TR1 through the DC BAT BUS and the DC BUS 1.
If the TR 2 is not available, the DC ESS BUS and the DC SHED ESS BUS are no longer supplied
and the bus 2PP is supplied by the TR 1.
(d)
TR1 and TR2

(5)

In the event of TR1 and TR2 loss, the DC ESS BUS and DC SHED ESS BUS remain supplied by
the ESS TR.
Land recovery configuration

In emergency configuration, part of the DC essential network is recovered as soon as the ELEC EMER
PWR/LAND RECOVERY pushbutton switch is pushed.
(6)
Ground service configuration

The Ground Power Unit (GPU) connected to external power plug A only, directly energizes the TR 2
which can independently supply a part of the DC normal network.
(7)
DC electrical busbar supply
Various configurations
---------------------------------------------------------------------!
!
DC BUS
! DC
!
!
!-------------------------------!
!
!
!
!
ESSENTIAL
!GND/FLT!ATA R
!
PHASES
!--------------!----------------!
!
!
!1PP !2PP !3PP ! 4PP! 8PP !701PP! 6PP !
!
!
!
!
!
!
!702PP!
!

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!--------------------------------------------------------------------! NORMAL CONFIGURATION ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X


! X !
X
!24-22
!--------------------------------------------------------------------! 3 GENERATORS AVAILABLE!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
! (WITH or WITHOUT APU ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X
! X !
X
!24-22
! GEN)
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!--------------------------------------------------------------------! 2 GENERATORS AVAILABLE!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
! (WITH or WITHOUT APU ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X
! X !
X
!24-22
! GEN)
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!--------------------------------------------------------------------! 1 GENERATOR AVAILABLE:!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
! - WITH APU GEN ...... ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X !
X
!24-23
!
!--------------------------------------------! - ON SIDE 1 WITHOUT
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
APU GEN ........... ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X !
X
!24-22
!
!--------------------------------------------! - ON SIDE 2 WITHOUT
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
APU GEN ........... ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X !
X
!24-22
!
!--------------------------------------------! - ONLY THE APU GEN .. ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X !
X
!24-23
!=====================================================================
! EXTERNAL POWER
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
! CONNECTED TO THE
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
! NETWORK
! X ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X !
X
!24-41
! (WITH or WITHOUT APU !
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
! GEN)
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!--------------------------------------------------------------------! GROUND SERVICING ONLY !
!
!
!
!
!
!
X
!24-42
!--------------------------------------------------------------------! TR1 or TR2 FAULT
! X ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X !
X
!24-32
!--------------------------------------------------------------------! TR1 and TR2 FAULT
!
!
!
! X ! X ! X !
!24-32
!--------------------------------------------------------------------! ESS TR FAULT
! X ! X ! X ! X ! X ! X !
X
!24-34
!--------------------------------------------------------------------! TR1 or TR2 and ESS TR ! X ! X ! X !
!
! X !
X
!24-22
! FAULT
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!24-34
!--------------------------------------------------------------------! EMER GENERATION OPER !
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
! TEST ON GND ONLY WITH ! X ! X ! X ! X !
! X !
X
!24-24
! HYD ELEC PUMP
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
(8)
DC electrical busbar supply
Emergency configuration
------------------------------------------------------------------------!
!
28 VDC
! HOT
!
!
FLIGHT PHASES
!-----------------------------! BUSSES !ATA
!
!301PP!401PP!
!
!
! 701PP !
!
!303PP!403PP!407PP!801PP!805PP! 702PP !
!
!
!470PP!
!
!
!
!
!-----------------------------------------------------------------------!
! LAND RECOV. !
! X ! X !
!
!
X
!24!FLIGHT ON
! P/BSW "OFF" !
!
!
!
!
!
!

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!BATTERIES ONLY !-------------------------------------------------------!(V > 50 KTS,


! LAND RECOV. !
! X ! X !
!
!
X
!24!SLAT EXTENDED) ! P/BSW "ON" !
!
!
!
!
!
!
!-----------------------------------------------------------------------!
! LAND RECOV. !
! X !
!
X !
!
X
!24!CSM/G SUPPLIED ! P/BSW "OFF" !
!
!
!
!
!
!
!BY ENGINE
!-------------------------------------------------------!HYDRAULIC PUMP ! LAND RECOV. !
! X ! X !
X ! X !
X
!24!
! P/BSW "ON" !
!
!
!
!
!
!
!-----------------------------------------------------------------------!
! LAND RECOV. !
! X !
!
!
!
X
!24!CSM/G SUPPLIED ! P/BSW "OFF" !
!
!
!
!
!
!
!BY
!-------------------------------------------------------!RAT PUMP
! LAND RECOV. !
! X ! X !
!
!
X
!24!
! P/BSW "ON" !
!
!
!
!
!
!
NOTE: In emergency configuration, a part of the essential network is recovered as soon as the EMER
ELEC PWR/LAND RECOVERY pushbutton switch is pushed.
E. Power Supply Via the External Power Receptacle
(1)
AC external power control supply
(Ref. AMM D/O 24-41-00-00)
(a)
Ground power unit
An external power receptacle located aft of the nose landing gear well enables power supply of the
aircraft network. This is performed by means of a three-phase, 400 Hz 115/200 VAC ground power
unit.
A second external power receptacle can be used with the three-phase, 400 Hz, 115/200 VAC ground
power unit.
External power supply is controlled from the ELEC control panel on the cockpit overhead panel and
via the GAPCU.
(b)

Ground and Auxiliary Power Control Unit (GAPCU)


The GAPCU includes a BITE and self monitoring system which analyzes most of the faults which
may affect the channel. The system memorizes the corresponding information in a non-volatile
memory.
The GAPCU supplies the CMC(s) with the full fault information from the GCU (related to all the
channels). The GAPCU is a letter box for the BITE of the GCUs.
The test is initialized:
either on the ground by the CMS
or automatically at each power-up.

(2)

Then each IDG receives the test request.


Ground service bus control
(Ref. 24-42-00, 24-43-00)
It is possible to supply a part of the aircraft electrical network as follows, directly from the external power
receptacle, to carry out ground service operations:
supply of part of the AC network: AC SERVICE BUS (210XP, 212XP, 214XP, 216XP, 111XP, 113XP
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supply of part of the DC network: DC SERVICE BUS (6PP), without energization of the whole aircraft
electrical network.
The GROUND SELECT CONTROL switch located on the forward attendant panel serves to control the
supply of the ground service network.
F. Circuit Breaker Monitoring
(Ref. AMM D/O 24-53-00-00)
The circuit breakers are located in the avionics compartment underneath the cockpit and in the bulk cargo
compartment. This is why monitoring means are required to enable the crew to check if circuit breakers are:
open, on the ground,
tripped, in flight.
The circuit breakers are monitored individually by the CBMU (Circuit Breaker Monitoring Unit) which is
linked to each circuit breaker auxiliary contact.
The principal functions of the CBMU are:
acquisition of the circuit breaker position,
monitoring of the circuit breaker,
circuit breaker identification and transmission to the ECAM to build C/B page display,
BITE function.
In case of circuit breaker tripping, a warning signal is generated to the EWD.
The crew can then call up the circuit breaker tripped list on the SD.
In addition, in case of CBMU failure, a fault message is generated to the EWD.
The BITE functions are:
to monitor and test the CBMU and the associated inputs,
to collect the failures and store the corresponding fault codes in the non volatile memory (NVM),
to transmit the failure message to the CMC(s) through an ARINC bus 429.
4. Operation/Control and Indicating
Controls and indications related to the electrical generation and distribution are on:
the ELEC control panels (235VU and 211VU),
ECAM displays (EWD and SD),
the forward Cabin Attendant Panel (5001VU),
the Centralized Maintenance System (CMS).
A. ELEC Control Panels
(Ref. Fig. Control and Indicating - Component Location)
They are two electrical control panels:
the EMER ELEC control panel (211VU) located on the overhead panel in the cockpit,
the ELEC control panel (235VU) located on the overhead panel in the cockpit.
B. Engine/Warning Display (EWD) and System Display (SD)

The electrical generation system block diagram is displayed on the SD on two separated pages :
the ELEC AC page (Ref. AMM D/O 24-27-00-00) ,
the ELEC DC page (Ref. AMM D/O 24-37-00-00) .
The warnings concerning the electrical system are displayed on the EWD.
C. Forward Cabin Attendant Panel
The GND SELECT CTL switch is located on the forward Cabin Attendant Panel. It controls the power supply
to the ground/flight service network.
D. Centralized Maintenance System (CMS)

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The purpose of the CMS is to give a centralized maintenance aid to the maintenance personnel.
5. BITE Test
A. Purpose
Line maintenance of the electronic systems is based on the use of the Centralized Maintenance System
(CMS).
The CMS enables intervention at system or sub-system level from the MCDU's located in the cockpit.
B. Utilization with the MCDU's
From the MCDU it is possible:
to read the maintenance information,
to initiate various tests.
C. Connected Electrical Equipment
The electrical equipment connected to CMS are:
the GAPCU,
the BCLs,
the emergency GCU,
the TRs,
the CBMU,
the ECMUs,
the ELMU.
D. Communication Between the Equipment and the CMS(s)
The GAPCU, BCLs, CBMU and ECMUs can memorize fault codes and communicate with the CMC(s) via
ARINC 429 busses.
The emergency GCU and the four TRs are connected to the CMC(s) by a discrete link. Thus it is only
possible to know the status of these items of equipment (OK or faulty during SYSTEM REPORT/TEST
sequence).
NOTE: The GCU1, GCU2, GCU3, GCU4 are continuously monitored by the GAPCU. The GAPCU can then
transmit to the CMCs all the failure messages corresponding to the failure codes recorded by these
GCUs and the GAPCU. The static inverter is connected to the SDACs by a discrete link; the SDACs
transmit static inverter fault information to the CMC(s) via the ARINC 429 bus.
Figure 24-00-00-11100-00-C / SHEET 1/1 - Electrical Power - Component Location
** ON A/C 003-050
PRE SB 24-5024 for A/C 003-003, 006-006
Figure 24-00-00-11200-00-M / SHEET 1/4 - Electrical Power - General Schematic
Figure 24-00-00-11200-00-M / SHEET 2/4 - Electrical Power - General Schematic
Figure 24-00-00-11200-00-M / SHEET 3/4 - Electrical Power - General Schematic
Figure 24-00-00-11200-00-M / SHEET 4/4 - Electrical Power - General Schematic
** ON A/C 001-002
POST SB 24-5024 for A/C 003-003, 006-006
EMB SB 24-5024 for A/C 001-002
Figure 24-00-00-11200-00-AI / SHEET 1/4 - Electrical Power - General Schematic
Figure 24-00-00-11200-00-AI / SHEET 2/4 - Electrical Power - General Schematic
Figure 24-00-00-11200-00-AI / SHEET 3/4 - Electrical Power - General Schematic
Figure 24-00-00-11200-00-AI / SHEET 4/4 - Electrical Power - General Schematic

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Figure 24-00-00-12900-00-F / SHEET 1/1 - Electrical Power - Component Location
Figure 24-00-00-12950-00-A / SHEET 1/1 - Electrical Power - Component Location
Figure 24-00-00-13400-00-G / SHEET 1/2 - Control and Indicating - Component Location
Figure 24-00-00-13400-00-G / SHEET 2/2 - Control and Indicating - Component Location
Figure 24-00-00-14500-00-M / SHEET 1/3 - AC Generation and Distribution - Control and Indicating
Figure 24-00-00-14500-00-M / SHEET 2/3 - AC Generation and Distribution - Control and Indicating
Figure 24-00-00-14500-00-M / SHEET 3/3 - AC Generation and Distribution - Control and Indicating
Figure 24-00-00-15550-00-D / SHEET 1/2 - DC Generation and Distribution - Control and Indicating
Figure 24-00-00-15550-00-D / SHEET 2/2 - DC Generation and Distribution - Control and Indicating

24-00-00 PB 501 CONF 00 - ELECTRICAL POWER - GENERAL - ADJUSTMENT/TEST


TASK 24-00-00-710-801-A
Integrity Test of the Electrical Power
1.

Reason for the Job


To ensure aircraft safety after maintenance work on the wiring.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Referenced Information
REFERENCE
(Ref. 24-41-00-740-801-B).
(Ref. 24-41-00-861-801-A).
(Ref. 24-41-00-861-801-A-01).
(Ref. 24-41-00-861-801-A-03).
(Ref. 24-41-00-861-801-A-04).
(Ref. 24-41-00-861-801-A-05).
(Ref. 24-41-00-862-801-A).
(Ref. 24-41-00-862-801-A-01).
(Ref. 24-41-00-862-801-A-03).
(Ref. 24-41-00-862-801-A-04).
(Ref. 31-60-00-860-801-A).
(Ref. 31-60-00-860-802-A).
(Ref. 45-10-00-860-808-A).
(Ref. 49-00-00-860-805-A-01).
(Ref. 49-00-00-860-806-A-01).
(Ref. 71-00-00-860-845-A).
(Ref. 71-00-00-860-847-A).

3.

DESIGNATION
BITE Test of the Electrical Power Generation System (EPGS) (GCU
and GAPCU)
Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power A
Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the APU (APU Started
with APU BAT)
Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power A and
B
Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the APU (APU started with
External power A)
Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power B
De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power A
De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the APU
De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power A
and B
De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power B
EIS Start Procedure
EIS Stop Procedure
Procedure to get access to the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST ELEC:DC
page
Start of the APU with External Power (331-600(A))
Shutdown of the APU with External Power (331-600(A))
The Procedure to Start the Engine - Automatic Start
The Procedure to Shutdown the Engine

Job Set-up
Subtask 24-00-00-860-053-A
A.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

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(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits


(Ref. AMM TASK 24-41-00-861-801) .
(2) Do the EIS start procedure (only EWD and SD)
(Ref. AMM TASK 31-60-00-860-801) .
(3) On the ECAM control panel, push the EL/AC key (on the SD, the ELEC AC page comes into view).
(4) On the Multipurpose Control and Display Unit (MCDU), get the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST ELEC:DC
page (Ref. AMM TASK 45-10-00-860-808) .
Subtask 24-00-00-865-050-A
B.

Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:


PANEL
715VU
715VU
715VU
715VU
715VU
715VU
721VU
722VU
722VU
722VU
742VU
743VU
743VU

4.

DESIGNATION
ESS BUS NORM SPLY
105XP
TR 1
ESS BUS ALTN SPLY
206XP
TR 2 NORM
ESS BUS NORM SWTG
ECMU 2 2XP3 SNSG
2XP3 VOLT REF
EXT A AVAIL
TR ESS
CIDS DIR 2 ESS
CIDS DIR 1 ESS

FIN
1XC
3XN1
3PU1
2XC
3XN2
3PU2
5XC
7XM
12XN
6XG
4PE
1402RH
1401RH

LOCATION
E54
H55
J55
S57
V56
W56
M14
F48
H47
M44
R72
A82
A81

Procedure
Subtask 24-00-00-710-063-B
A.

Energization of the Aircraft with the Batteries 1 and 2


ACTION
RESULT
1.On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
push the BUS TIE, GALLEY, COMMERCIAL and the AVAIL legend of the EXT A and/or EXT B
ELMU pushbutton switches
pushbutton switches comes on
release the EXT A and/or EXT B pushbutton
the battery voltmeters must show a voltage of 26
switches
volts.
push the BAT1 and BAT2 pushbutton switches.
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
the STAT INV indications come into view (115V,
400Hz)
the BAT indications come into view
the green line between the static inverter and the
AC ESS busbar indication comes into view
the SHED indication comes into view near the AC
ESS busbar indication.
On the SD, on the ELEC DC page:
the SHED indication comes into view near the DC
ESS indication.

Subtask 24-00-00-710-064-A

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B.

Ground Service Configuration


ACTION
1.On the control panel 5001VU:
set the GND SELECT CTL switch to ON.
2.On the panel 722VU:
open then close the circuit breaker 6XG.

RESULT
In the avionics compartment:
the TR2 operates
the GND/FLT buses are energized.
In the avionics compartment:
the TR2 does not operate.

** ON A/C ALL
EMB SB 31-5038 for A/C 001-006
Subtask 24-00-00-710-065-C
C.

Loss of the TR1, TR2 and ESS TR


ACTION
1.On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
Push the EXT A and/or EXT B pushbutton
switches.
2.On the panel 715VU:
Open the circuit breaker 3XN1.

3.On the panel 715VU:


Close the circuit breaker 3XN1.

4.On the panel 715VU:


Open the circuit breaker 3XN2.
On the panel 722VU:
Open the circuit breaker 12XN and 7XM.

5.On the panel 715VU:


Close the circuit breaker 3XN2.
On the panel 722VU:
Close the circuit breaker 12XN and 7XM.

6.On the panel 721VU:


Open the circuit breaker 5XC.

RESULT
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
The AVAIL legend of the EXT A and/or EXT B
pushbutton switches goes off.
On the SD, on the ELEC DC page:
The TR1 indications go out of view.
The green line between the DC 2, DC 1 and DC
BAT busbar indications comes into view.
On the EWD:
Make sure that the TR1 FAULT warning is not
shown.
On the SD, on the ELEC DC page:
The TR1 indications come into view.
The green line between the TR 1 and the DC 1 and
DC BAT busbar indications comes into view.
The green line between the TR 2 and the DC 2
busbar indications comes into view.

On the SD, on the ELEC DC page:


The TR2 indications go out of view.
The green line between the DC 1, DC 2 and DC
BAT busbar indications comes into view.
On the EWD:
Make sure that the TR2 FAULT warning is not
shown.

On the SD, on the ELEC DC page:


The TR2 indications come into view.
The green line between the TR2 and the DC 2 busbar indications comes into view.
On the SD, on the ELEC DC page:
The TR ESS indications go out of view.
On the EWD:

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ACTION

7.On the panel 721VU:


Close the circuit breaker 5XC.

RESULT
Make sure that the TR ESS FAULT warning is not
shown.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
The FAULT legend of the AC ESS FEED pushbutton switch comes on.
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
The AC ESS indication comes on amber.
The SHED indication comes into view near the AC
ESS busbar indication.
On the SD, on the ELEC DC page:
The system goes back to the normal configuration.

** ON A/C ALL
Subtask 24-00-00-710-066-A
D.

Switching of the ESS BUS 9XP


ACTION
1.On the panel 715VU:
open the circuit breaker 1XC.

2.On the ELEC control panel 235VU:


release the AC ESS FEED pushbutton switch.

3.On the panel 715VU:


open the circuit breaker 2XC.

4.On the panel 715VU:


close the circuit breaker 2XC.

RESULT
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
the FAULT legend of the AC ESS FEED pushbutton switch comes on.
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
the AC ESS indication comes on amber
the SHED indication comes into view near the AC
ESS busbar indication.
On the EWD:
the AC ESS BUS FAULT and AC ESS BUS SHED
warnings come into view.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
the FAULT legend of the AC ESS FEED pushbutton switch goes off and the ALTN legend comes
on.
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
the green line between the AC2-4 and the AC ESS
busbar indications comes into view
the SHED indication goes out of view.
On the EWD:
the AC ESS BUS FAULT and AC ESS BUS SHED
warnings go out of view.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
the FAULT legend of the AC ESS FEED pushbutton switch comes on and the ALTN legend stays
on.
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
the AC ESS indication stays amber
the SHED indication comes into view near the AC
ESS busbar indication.
On the EWD:
the AC ESS BUS FAULT warning comes into view.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:

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ACTION

5.On the panel 715VU:


close the circuit breaker 1XC.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
push the AC ESS FEED pushbutton switch.

RESULT
the FAULT legend of the AC ESS FEED pushbutton switch goes off and the ALTN legend stays on.
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
the green line between the AC2-4 and the AC ESS
busbar indications comes into view
the SHED indication goes out of view.
On the EWD:
the AC ESS BUS FAULT warning goes out of view.

On the ELEC control panel 235VU:


the ALTN legend of the AC ESS FEED pushbutton
switch goes off.
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
the green line between the AC2-4 and the AC ESS
busbar indications goes out of view
the green line between the AC1-1 and the AC ESS
busbar indications comes into view.

Subtask 24-00-00-710-067-A
E.

Loss of the Electrical Network with the BUS TIE Pushbutton Switch
(1) If two ground power units are connected to the aircraft and are used:
ACTION
RESULT
1.Make sure that the EXT A and EXT B pushbut- On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
ton switches are pushed.
The AVAIL legend of the EXT A and EXT B
pushbutton switches is off.
2.On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
Release the BUS TIE pushbutton switch.
The OFF legend of the BUS TIE pushbutton
switch comes on.
On the ECAM control panel 11VU:
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
Push and hold the EL/AC key to get the ELEC The green lines between external power B,
AC page.
AC1-1 and AC2-2 busbars go out of view.
The green lines between external power A,
AC2-3 and AC2-4 busbars go out of view.
3.On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
Push the BUS TIE pushbutton switch.
The OFF legend of the BUS TIE pushbutton
switch goes off.
On the ECAM control panel 11VU:
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
Push and hold the EL/AC key to get the ELEC The green lines between external power B,
AC page.
AC1-1 and AC2-2 busbars come into view.
The green lines between external power A,
AC2-3 and AC2-4 busbars come into view.
(2) If one ground power unit is connected to the aircraft and in operation:
ACTION
RESULT
1.Make sure that the EXT A or EXT B pushbutton On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
switch is pushed.
The AVAIL legend of the EXT A and EXT B
pushbutton switches is off.

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ACTION
2.On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
Release the BUS TIE pushbutton switch.

RESULT
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
The OFF legend of the BUS TIE pushbutton
switch comes on.
On the ECAM control panel 11VU:
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
Push and hold the EL/AC key to get the ELEC The green lines between external power A and
AC page.
AC1-1, AC1-2, AC2-3 and AC2-4 busbars go out
of view or,
The green lines between external power B and
AC1-1, AC1-2, AC2-3 and AC2-4 busbars go out
of view.
3.On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
Push the BUS TIE pushbutton switch.
The OFF legend of the BUS TIE pushbutton
switch goes off.
On the ECAM control panel 11VU:
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
Push and hold the EL/AC key to get the ELEC The green lines between external power A and
AC page.
AC1-1, AC1-2, AC2-3 and AC2-4 busbars come
into view or,
The green lines between external power B and
AC1-1, AC1-2, AC2-3 and AC2-4 busbars come
into view.
Subtask 24-00-00-710-068-A
WARNING:

DO NOT TOUCH THE PROBES DURING OR IMMEDIATELY AFTER THIS PROCEDURE.


WHEN YOU OPEN CIRCUIT BREAKERS 3PU1, 3PU2 AND 4PE, THE AOA PROBES, TAT
SENSORS, PITOT PROBES AND STATIC PROBES 1, 2 AND 3 BECOME HOT. THEY CAN
BURN YOU.

CAUTION:

DO NOT CONTINUE THE TEST FOR MORE THAN ONE MINUTE TO PREVENT DAMAGE
TO THE PROBES.

CAUTION:

REMOVE THE PROTECTIVE COVERS FROM THE PROBES BEFORE YOU DO THE TEST.

F.

Switching of DC Main Generation


ACTION
1.On the ECAM control panel:
Push and hold the EL/DC key to get the ELEC
DC page.

RESULT
On the SD, on the ELEC DC page:
Make sure that there is no green line between:
BAT1 and DC BAT busbar, and
BAT2 and DC BAT busbar.
NOTE: If there is a green line, it is possible that step
10 will not operate (ELEC DC BAT BUS
FAULT warning not shown).

2.On the AC/DC control box 715VU:


Open the circuit breaker 3PU1.

3.On the AC/DC control box 715VU:


Close the circuit breaker 3PU1.
On the MCDU, on the ELEC DC page:

On the SD, on the ELEC DC page:


The TR2 supplies the DC1, DC2 and DC BAT busbars.
On the EWD:
The TR1 FAULT warning comes into view.

On the MCDU:

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ACTION
RESULT
Push the line key adjacent to the TR1 indication The TR1 page comes into view.
On the MCDU:
On the MCDU:
Push the line key adjacent to the TR1 RESET in- The RESET OK indication comes into view.
dication.
On the EWD:
The TR1 FAULT warning goes out of view.
On the SD, on the ELEC DC page:
The normal configuration comes into view.
4.On the AC/DC control box 715VU:
On the SD, on the ELEC DC page:
Open the circuit breaker 3PU2.
The TR1 supplies the DC1, DC2 and DC BAT busbars.
On the EWD:
The TR2 FAULT warning comes into view.
5.On the AC/DC control box 715VU:
Close the circuit breaker 3PU2.
On the MCDU, on the ELEC DC page:
On the MCDU:
Push the line key adjacent to the TR2 indication. The TR2 page comes into view.
On the MCDU:
On the MCDU:
Push the line key adjacent to the TR2 RESET in- The RESET OK indication comes into view.
dication.
On the EWD:
The TR2 FAULT warning goes out of view.
On the SD, on the ELEC DC page:
The normal configuration comes into view.
6.On the AC/DC emergency power center 740VU: On the SD, on the ELEC DC page:
Open the circuit breaker 4PE.
The TR1 supplies the DC1, DC BAT and DC ESS
busbars.
On the EWD:
The TR ESS FAULT warning comes into view.
7.On the AC/DC control box 715VU:
On the SD, on the ELEC DC page:
Open the circuit breaker 3PU1.
The TR2 supplies the DC2, DC BAT and DC1 busbars.
On the EWD:
The TR1 FAULT, DC ESS BUS FAULT and DC
ESS BUS SHED warnings come into view.
8.On the AC/DC emergency power center 740VU:
Close the circuit breaker 4PE.
9.On the MCDU, on the ELEC DC page:
On the MCDU:
Push the line key adjacent to the TR ESS indica- The TR ESS page comes into view.
tion.
On the MCDU:
On the MCDU:
Push the line key adjacent to the TR ESS RESET The RESET OK indication comes into view.
indication.
On the EWD:
The TR ESS FAULT, DC ESS BUS and DC ESS
BUS SHED warnings go out of view.
On the SD, on the ELEC DC page:
The ESS TR supplies the DC ESS busbar.
10.On the AC/DC control box 715VU:
On the EWD:
Open the circuit breaker 3PU2.

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ACTION

11.On the AC/DC control box 715VU:


Close the circuit breaker 3PU1.
On the TR1 front face:
Push the reset pushbutton switch S001.

12.On the AC/DC control box 715VU:


Close the circuit breaker 3PU2.
On the MCDU, on the ELEC DC page:
Push the line key adjacent to the TR2 indication.
On the MCDU:
Push the line key adjacent to the TR2 RESET indication.

RESULT
The TR2 FAULT, ELEC DC BUS 1+2 FAULT and
ELEC DC BAT BUS FAULT warnings come into
view.

On the EWD:
The TR1 FAULT, DC BUS 1, DC BAT BUS DC
BUS 2 warnings go out of view
On the SD:
The TR1 supplies the DC1, DC BAT and DC2 busbars.

On the MCDU:
The TR2 page comes into view.
On the MCDU:
The RESET OK indication comes into view.
On the EWD:
The TR2 FAULT warning goes out of view.
The normal configuration comes into view.
On the SD, on the ELEC DC page:
The normal configuration comes into view.

Subtask 24-00-00-710-069-A
G. Operational Test of the Emergency Generator Manual Connection on Batteries
ACTION
1.On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
release the BAT 1 pushbutton switch.

RESULT
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
the OFF legend of the BAT 1 pushbutton switch
comes on.

On the control panel 211VU:


lift the safety cover
push and hold the EMER GEN TEST pushbutton
switch.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
release the EXT A and/or EXT B pushbutton
the AVAIL legend of the EXT A and/or EXT B
switches.
pushbutton switches comes on.
On the SD:
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
get the ELEC AC page and make sure that it
the green line between the AC1-1 and the AC ESS
stays in view.
busbar indications goes out of view
the AC ESS indication comes on green and the
SHED indication comes into view near the AC ESS
busbar indication
the STAT INV indication comes on white
the STAT INV parameters (115V, 400Hz) come on
green.
2.On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
push the EXT A and/or EXT B pushbutton
the AVAIL legend of the EXT A and EXT B pushswitches.
button switches goes off and the ON legend comes
On the control panel 211VU:
on.

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ACTION
release the EMER GEN TEST pushbutton switch.

RESULT

Subtask 24-00-00-860-054-E
H.

Aircraft Configuration
(1) Start the APU (Ref. AMM TASK 49-00-00-860-805) .
(2) Start the engines (Ref. AMM TASK 71-00-00-860-845) .
(3) On the ELEC control panel 235VU release the GEN1, GEN2, GEN3, GEN4 and APU GEN
pushbutton switches.

Subtask 24-00-00-710-070-A
J.

Generators Switching Test


ACTION
1.On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
Release the EXT A and/or EXT B pushbutton
switches.

2.On the ELEC control panel 235VU:


Push the GEN1 pushbutton switch.

On the ELEC control panel 235VU:


Release the GEN1 pushbutton switch.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
Push the GEN2 pushbutton switch.

On the ELEC control panel 235VU:


Release the GEN2 pushbutton switch.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
Push the GEN3 pushbutton switch.

On the ELEC control panel 235VU:


Release the GEN3 pushbutton switch.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
Push the GEN4 pushbutton switch.

RESULT
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
The ON and/or AUTO legends of the EXT A and/or
EXT B pushbutton switches go off and the AVAIL
legend comes on.
On the EWD, on the ELEC AC page:
The green lines between the AC1-1, AC1-2, AC2-3
and AC2-4 busbar indications go out of view.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
The OFF legend of the GEN1 pushbutton switch
goes off.
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
The green line between the GEN1 and the AC1-1
and AC1-2 busbar indications comes into view.
Same results as in step 1.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
The OFF legend of the GEN2 pushbutton switch
goes off.
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
The green line between the GEN2 and the AC1-1
and AC1-2 busbar indications comes into view.
Same results as in step 1.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
The OFF legend of the GEN3 pushbutton switch
goes off.
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
The green line between the GEN3 and the AC2-3
and AC2-4, busbar indications comes into view.
Same results as in step 1.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
The OFF legend of the GEN4 pushbutton switch
goes off.
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
The green line between the GEN4 and the AC2-3
and AC2-4 busbar indications comes into view.

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ACTION
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
Release the GEN4 pushbutton switch.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
Push the APU GEN pushbutton switch.

On the ELEC control panel 235VU:


Release the APU GEN pushbutton switch.
3.On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
Push the GEN4 pushbutton switch.

RESULT
Same results as in step 1.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
The OFF legend of the APU GEN pushbutton
switch goes off.
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
The green line between the APU GEN and the
AC1-1, AC1-2, AC2-3 and AC2-4 busbar indications comes into view.
Same results as in step 1.

On the ELEC control panel 235VU:


The OFF legend of the GEN4 pushbutton switch
goes off.
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
The green line between the GEN4 and the AC2-3
and the AC2-4 busbar indications comes into view.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
Push the GEN1 pushbutton switch.
The OFF legend of the GEN1 pushbutton switch
goes off.
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
The green line between the GEN1 and the AC1-1
and the AC1-2 busbar indications comes into view.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
Push the GEN2 and GEN3 pushbutton switches. The OFF legend of the GEN2 and GEN3 pushbutton switches goes off.
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
Each generator energizes its busbar.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
Release the GEN1 and GEN2 pushbutton
The OFF legend of the GEN1 and GEN2 pushbutswitches.
ton switches comes on.
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
The green line between the GEN4 and the AC1-1,
AC1-2 and AC2-4 busbar indications comes into
view
The GEN3 energizes the AC2-3 busbar.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
Push the GEN1 and GEN2 pushbutton switches. The OFF legend of the GEN1 and GEN2 pushbutton switches goes off.
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
Each generator energizes its busbar.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
Release the GEN3 and GEN4 pushbutton
The OFF legend of the GEN3 and GEN4 pushbutswitches.
ton switches comes on.
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
The green line between the GEN1 and the AC1-1,
AC2-3 and AC2-4 busbar indications comes into
view
The GEN2 energizes the AC1-2 busbar.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
Push the GEN3 and GEN4 pushbutton switches. The OFF legend of the GEN3 and GEN4 pushbutton switches goes off.
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ACTION

On the ELEC control panel 235VU:


Release the GEN4 pushbutton switch.

On the ELEC control panel 235VU:


Release the GEN1 pushbutton switch.

RESULT
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
Each generator energizes its busbar.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
The OFF legend of the GEN4 pushbutton switch
comes on.
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
The green line between the GEN3 and the AC2-3
and AC2-4 busbar indications comes into view.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
The OFF legend of the GEN1 pushbutton switch
comes on.
On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
The green line between the GEN2 and the AC1-1
and AC1-2 busbar indications comes into view.

Subtask 24-00-00-710-071-D
K.

Galley Load-Shedding Logic Test


ACTION
RESULT
1.In the avionics compartment, on the AC/DC main
power center 710VU:
make sure that the MC system RCCBs are
OPEN (green window) but not RCCBs 23MC and
111MC (red window).
On the ELEC control panel 235VU, make sure that: On the SD, on the ELEC AC page:
the ELMU pushbutton switch is selected OFF
the GEN2 energizes the AC1-1 and the AC1-2
the GEN2 and GEN3 pushbutton switches are se- busbars,
lected ON
the GEN3 energizes the AC2-3 and the AC2-4
the GEN1 and GEN4 pushbutton switches are se- busbars.
lected OFF.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
release the GEN3 pushbutton switch.
the OFF legend of the GEN3 pushbutton switch
comes on.
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU:
the MC system RCCBs are OPEN (green window).
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
push the GEN3 pushbutton switch.
the OFF legend of the GEN3 pushbutton switch
goes off.
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU:
the MC system RCCBs are OPEN (green window)
but not RCCBs 23MC and 111MC (red window).
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
release the GEN2 pushbutton switch.
the OFF legend of the GEN2 pushbutton switch
comes on.
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU:
the MC system RCCBs are OPEN (green window).
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
push the GEN2 pushbutton switch.
the OFF legend of the GEN2 pushbutton switch
goes off.
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU:

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ACTION

On the ELEC control panel 235VU:


release the COMMERCIAL pushbutton switch.

On the ELEC control panel 235VU:


push the COMMERCIAL pushbutton switch.

On the ELEC control panel 235VU:


release the GALLEY pushbutton switch.

On the ELEC control panel 235VU:


push the GALLEY pushbutton switch.

RESULT
the MC system RCCBs are OPEN (green window)
but not RCCBs 23MC and 111MC (red window).
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
the OFF legend of the COMMERCIAL pushbutton
switch comes on.
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU:
the MC system RCCBs are OPEN (green window).
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
the OFF legend of the COMMERCIAL pushbutton
switch goes off.
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU:
the MC system RCCBs are OPEN (green window)
but not RCCBs 23MC and 111MC (red window).
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
the OFF legend of the GALLEY pushbutton switch
comes on.
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU:
the MC system RCCBs are OPEN (green window).
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
the OFF legend of the GALLEY pushbutton switch
goes off.
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU:
the MC system RCCBs are OPEN (green window)
but not RCCBs 23MC and 111MC (red window).

Subtask 24-00-00-710-072-D
L.

Commercial Busbar Load-Shedding Logic Test


ACTION
1.On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
release the ELMU pushbutton switch
push the GEN2 and GEN3 pushbutton switches
release the GEN1 and GEN4 pushbutton
switches.
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU, side 1:
make sure that the RCCBs 53XN, 51XN and
59XN are CLOSED (red window).
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU, side 2:
make sure that the RCCBs 5XN and 58XN are
CLOSED (red window).
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
release the GEN3 pushbutton switch.

On the ELEC control panel 235VU:


push the GEN3 pushbutton switch.

RESULT
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
the OFF legend of the ELMU, GEN1 and GEN4
pushbutton switches comes on.

On the ELEC control panel 235VU:


the OFF legend of the GEN3 pushbutton switch
comes on.
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU, side 1:
the RCCBs 53XN, 51XN and 59XN are OPEN
(green window).
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU, side 2:
the RCCBs 5XN and 58XN are OPEN (green window).
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:

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ACTION

On the ELEC control panel 235VU:


release the GEN2 pushbutton switch.

On the ELEC control panel 235VU:


push the GEN2 pushbutton switch.

On the ELEC control panel 235VU:


release the COMMERCIAL pushbutton switch.

On the ELEC control panel 235VU:


push the COMMERCIAL pushbutton switch.

RESULT
the OFF legend of the GEN3 pushbutton switch
goes off.
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU, side 1:
the RCCBs 53XN, 51XN and 59XN are CLOSED
(red window)
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU, side 2:
the RCCBs 5XN and 58XN are CLOSED (red window).
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
the OFF legend of the GEN2 pushbutton switch
comes on.
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU, side 1:
the RCCBs 53XN, 51XN and 59XN are OPEN
(green window).
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU, side 2:
the RCCBs 5XN and 58XN are OPEN.
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
the OFF legend of the GEN2 pushbutton switch
goes off.
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU, side 1:
the RCCBs 53XN, 51XN and 59XN are CLOSED
(red window).
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU, side 2:
the RCCBs 5XN and 58XN are CLOSED (red window).
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
the OFF legend of the COMMERCIAL pushbutton
switch comes on.
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU, side 1:
the RCCBs 53XN, 51XN and 59XN are OPEN
(green window).
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU, side 2:
the RCCBs 5XN and 58XN are OPEN (green window).
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
the OFF legend of the COMMERCIAL pushbutton
switch goes off.
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU, side 1:
the RCCBs 53XN, 51XN and 59XN are CLOSED
(red window).
On the AC/DC main power center 710VU, side 1:
the RCCBs 5XN and 58XN are CLOSED (red window).

Subtask 24-00-00-860-056-E
M. Aircraft Configuration
(1) Stop the engines (Ref. AMM TASK 71-00-00-860-847) .
(2) Stop the APU (Ref. AMM TASK 49-00-00-860-806) .
Subtask 24-00-00-710-074-C

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N.

Reset of the GCU


ACTION
RESULT
1.On the LT/APU/SIGNS control panel 215VU:
push the APU MASTER SW pushbutton switch.
2.On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
release the GEN1, GEN2, GEN3, GEN4 and APU the OFF legend of the GEN1, GEN2, GEN3, GEN4
GEN pushbutton switches.
and APU GEN pushbutton switches comes on.
3.On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
On the ELEC control panel 235VU:
push the GEN1, GEN2, GEN3, GEN4 and APU the OFF legend of the GEN1, GEN2, GEN3, GEN4
GEN pushbutton switches.
and APU GEN pushbutton switches goes off.
4.On the LT/APU/SIGNS control panel 215VU:
release the APU MASTER SW pushbutton
switch.

5.

Close-up
Subtask 24-00-00-860-055-B
A.

Put the Aircraft back to its Initial Configuration


(1) Do the BITE test (System Test) of the EPGS (GCU and GAPCU)
(Ref. AMM TASK 24-41-00-740-801) to make sure that the warnings related to the NBPT (No Break
Power Transfer) function are cleared.
(a) If a maintenance message is shown, do a reset as follows:
1

With the ground power unit connected and the AVAIL legend of the EXT A and/or EXT B
pushbutton switches on the ELEC control panel 235VU on:
Disconnect the connector of the ground power unit from the external power receptacle of
the aircraft or set off the ground power unit
Then, connect the connector of the ground power unit to the external power receptacle of
the aircraft or set on the ground power unit.

(2) Do the EIS stop procedure (Ref. AMM TASK 31-60-00-860-802) .


(3) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits
(Ref. AMM TASK 24-41-00-862-801) .
TASK 24-00-00-710-802-A
Complete Electrical Shutdown
1.

Reason for the Job


Refer to the MPD TASK: 240000-02
COMPLETE ELECTRICAL SHUTDOWN
Do a complete electrical shutdown to reset the ISIS indicator.
NOTE: This task is applicable to aircraft under authority of FAA. For non FAA operators, do the MPD task
342200-04.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Referenced Information
REFERENCE
(Ref. 24-41-00-862-801-A-01).

DESIGNATION
De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the APU

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REFERENCE
(Ref. 24-41-00-862-801-A-03).
(Ref. 24-41-00-862-801-A-04).
(Ref. 24-41-00-862-801-A).
(Ref. 24-41-00-862-801-A-01).
(Ref. 24-41-00-862-801-A-03).
(Ref. 24-41-00-862-801-A-04).
3.

DESIGNATION
De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power A
and B
De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power B
De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power A
De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the APU
De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power A
and B
De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power B

Job Set-up
Subtask 24-00-00-860-057-A
A.

4.

Not Applicable

Procedure
Subtask 24-00-00-910-050-A
A.

To reset the ISIS indicator, do a complete electrical shutdown in accordance with aircraft
configuration (Ref. AMM TASK 24-41-00-862-801) (Ref. AMM TASK 24-41-00-862-801)
(Ref. AMM TASK 24-41-00-862-801) (Ref. AMM TASK 24-41-00-862-801) .

24-00-00 PB 601 CONF 00 - ELECTRICAL POWER - GENERAL - INSPECTION/CHECK


TASK 24-00-00-200-801-A
Inspection/Check
WARNING:

MAKE SURE THAT NO AC OR DC POWER SOURCE IS CONNECTED TO THE AIRCRAFT


ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS.
THERE IS A RISK OF ELECTROCUTION IF THE AC OR DC POWER STAYS CONNECTED.

FIN : 4000EM1 , 4000EM2 , 4000EM3 , 4000EM4


1.

Reason for the Job


The inspection/check procedure of electrical circuit consists of two distinct operations:
a cursory inspection, which consists of a visual examination of all components readily visible and which does
not necessitate component removal,
a detailed inspection, which consists of removing any components which obscure the view of other
components, thus permitting a detailed visual examination of all system components.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment


REFERENCE
No specific
No specific
No specific

B.

QTY
AR
AR
AR

DESIGNATION
ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE
ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE
WARNING NOTICE(S)

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS
121EL, 811,

ZONE DESCRIPTION

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ZONE/ACCESS
822
3.

ZONE DESCRIPTION

Job Set-up
Subtask 24-00-00-869-050-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1) In the cockpit, put a WARNING NOTICE(S) to tell persons not to operate the pushbutton switches on
these panels of the overhead panel:
125VU (ENG MASTER),
211VU (EMER ELEC PWR),
235VU (ELEC).
(2) Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE in position at the access door 121EL.
(3) Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) on the access door 121EL to tell persons not to connect the external
power connector(s).

Subtask 24-00-00-941-050-A
B.

Get Access
(1) Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE in position at the access door 811 of the
electronics compartment.
(2) Open the access door 811.
(3) Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE in position at the access door 822 of the
lower deck compartment.
(4) Open the access door 822.

4.

Procedure
Subtask 24-00-00-210-050-A
A.

Cursory Inspection
(1) Check the general outer condition, the attachment and appearance of the following components :
panels and their equipment,
electrical connectors,
rack-mounted system components,
indicators,
electrical bonding leads.
(2) Check the condition of all wiring (for signs of ageing, alteration, overheating, scaling and deformation
which might detrimentally affect wiring performance).
(3) Replace defective components.

Subtask 24-00-00-210-051-A
B.

Detailed Inspection
(1) Open access doors and casings, remove or open panels, shields and components obscuring other
components (if necessary), in order to gain access to wiring, plugs, electrical connections and various
system components.
(2) Concerning the various components :
remove dust using a vacuum cleaner and clean further if necessary.
check labels and their identification,
check attachment and general appearance of components.
(3) Concerning wiring :

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check identification sleeves or labels for correct condition as well as protective coatings, insulation
and protective fittings,
check condition of wiring (for signs of ageing, alteration, overheating, scaling and deformation
which might detrimentally affect wiring performance).
(4) Concerning electrical connectors :
disconnect plugs, check their physical and electrical conditions. Make certain that there are no
traces of oxydation or corrosion, replace defective components (seals, gaskets, grommets, ferrules
etc...),
check the tightness of connections to all electrical accessories, ground bonding leads, ground
leads, busbars and terminal bars,
check tightness of non-safetied connectors.
check condition of electrical connector protections in hydraulics compartment.
Subtask 24-00-00-020-050-A
C.

Replace defective components.

Subtask 24-00-00-420-050-A
D.
5.

Install removed components and restore all equipment to operating condition.

Close-up
Subtask 24-00-00-942-050-A
A.

Remove the access platform(s).

TASK 24-00-00-200-803-A
Opening and Closing of all Circuit Breakers with Electrical Circuits De-Energized
1.

Reason for the Job


Refer to the MPD TASK: 240000-01
OPENING AND CLOSING OF ALL CIRCUIT BREAKERS (EXCEPT RCCB)

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment


REFERENCE
No specific

B.

QTY DESIGNATION
AR ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS
162KW, 811,
823

3.

ZONE DESCRIPTION

Job Set-up
Subtask 24-00-00-010-051-A
A.

Get Access to the Avionics Compartment


(1) Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE in position at the access door 811.
(2) Open the access door 811.

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(3) Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE in position at the access door 823.
(4) Open the access door 823.
(5) Remove the access panel 162KW.
4.

Procedure
Subtask 24-00-00-210-052-D
A.

Opening and Closing of Circuit Breakers


NOTE: Open and close the circuit breakers with the aircraft electrical circuits de-energized.
(1) Open and close each circuit breaker on these panels:
(Ref. 245300 PB 101)
(a) In the avionics compartment:
710VU
715VU
717VU
718VU
721VU
722VU
725VU
735VU
740VU
742VU
743VU
5058VE.
(b) In the bulk cargo compartment:
5000VE.
(c) In the FWD Cargo Compartment
5002VE.
(d) In the AFT Cargo Compartment
5006VE
5060VE.
(e) In the cabin:
5001VE
5005VE
5032VE.

5.

Close-up
Subtask 24-00-00-410-051-A
A.

Close Access
(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tools and other items.
(2) Close the access door 811.
(3) Install the access panel 162KW.
(4) Close the access door 823.
(5) Remove the access platform(s).

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