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SCAN YOUR AIRCRAFT 42 PEC 72 PEC
Glass cockpit - 600
Introduction

Introduction
This Systems guide is an essential tool for all ATR flight crews and engineers to learn or
review ATR systems operation. To make learning process easier, systems are introduced in
a user-friendly and efficient training method, including diagrams and schematics and displays
as appropriate.

This guide is a comprehensive document that efficiently complements FCOM 1st part
Systems description. Systems are organized as per FCOM chapters, including their ATA
classification along with cockpit location. Cockpit panels familiarisation is presented with
each relevant system description in a separate annex.

This new guide release is intended for training on ATR 42-500 and 72-212A New Avionics
Suite (42-600 and 72-600). It presents ageneric aircraft not customized to your own aircraft
systems. Should you find any discrepancy between Systems guide and your customized
ATR operational documentation (AFM, FCOM & QRH), the latter takes precedence.

NB: This Systems guide is also available for ATR 42-300, 72-200 not PEC, 42-500 and 72-212A.

The Training and Flight Operations support team.


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Chapter A. Aircraft general


1. Doors location .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................8
2. Cargo door panel ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................9
3. Doors panel ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................9
4. External lights ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................10
5. EXT LT panel .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................11
6. Memo panel display .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................11
7. Signs panel .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................11
8. Internal lighting ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................12
9. LT panel ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................13
10. ANN LT panel ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................13
11. Side panel .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................13
12. FLT COMPT LT panel .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................13

Chapter B. Integrated systems


1. Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA)......................................................................................................................................................................................16
2. Multi Function Computer (MFC)..............................................................................................................................................................................................17
3. Multi Purpose Computer (MPC) ..............................................................................................................................................................................................18
4. Schematic..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................19

Chapter C. Flight warning system


1. Cockpit colors philosophy ............................................................................................................................................................................................................22
2. FWS description ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................24
3. Alert window ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................25
4. EMER audio cancel & TO config test .............................................................................................................................................................................28
5. Aural alarms ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................29

Chapter D. Air
1. Pneumatic system......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................32
1.1. Schematic .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................32
1.2. AIR BLEED panel.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................33
2. Air conditionning ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................39
2.1. Schematic .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................39
2.2. COMPT TEMP panel ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................40
3. Avionics ventilation .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................44
3.1. Schematic .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................44
3.2. AVIONICS VENT panel .............................................................................................................................................................................................................44
4. Pressurization ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................45
4.1. Schematic .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................45
4.2. Cabin pressure indicators ..................................................................................................................................................................................................46
4.3. AUTO PRESS panel .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................46
4.4. MAN RATE KNOB and CABIN PRESS panel..............................................................................................................................................46

Chapter E. Automatic flight control system


1. Schematic ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................50
2. FMA ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................51
3. FGCP (Flight Guidance and Control Panel) ............................................................................................................................................................56
4. ICP (Index Control Panel) .................................................................................................................................................................................................................56

Chapter F. Communications
1.Schematic............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 58
2. PTT selector and NOSE WHEEL STEERING CONTROL SW.............................................................................................................58
3. Audio control panel ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................59
4. VHF control ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................59
5. AUDIO SEL pb..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................60
6. Loudspeaker volume knobs .........................................................................................................................................................................................................60

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7. TCAS control box ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................60


8. EMER LOC XMTR panel .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................61
9. Cabin attendant handset...................................................................................................................................................................................................................61
10. Handmike and handset....................................................................................................................................................................................................................61
11. CALLS panel ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................61
12. Head set / boom set / hand mike panels ...................................................................................................................................................................61
13. ATC control.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................62
14. CVR panel...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................62
15. Crew oxygen mask ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................62

Chapter G. Electrical systems


1. Sources of power ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................64
2. DC-AC schematic .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................66
2.1. Normal supply: On ground with battery only ............................................................................................................................................66
2.2. Normal Supply: On ground with external power .........................................................................................................................................67
2.3. Hotel mode or DC GEN 1 FAULT ................................................................................................................................................................................68
2.4. Normal supply: with two generators on line..............................................................................................................................................69
2.5. Emergency supply: In dual DC GEN LOSS with the battery toggle switch on OVRD .......................70
2.6. Emergency supply: In dual DC GEN LOSS with the battery toggle switch on OVRD and
second OVRD selected ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................71
2.7. Emergency supply: In dual DC GEN LOSS with TRU ....................................................................................................................72
3. DC-AC panel ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................73
4. Elec SD ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................74
5. ACW schematic .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................78
6. ACW panel ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................80
7. SD page ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................81
8. Breaker panels ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................82
8.1. Overhead panel .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................82
8.2. Electric rack behind F/O .......................................................................................................................................................................................................83

Chapter H. Emergency equipment


1. Emergency equipment situation.............................................................................................................................................................................................86
2. Emergency lighting system ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................86
3. First aid kit ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................87
4. Crash axe ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................87
5. Megaphone ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................87
6. Flashing light .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................87
7. Life jacket ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................87
8. Escape rope ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................87
9. Gloves .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................88
10. Water extinguisher .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................88
11. Halon extinguisher .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................88
12. Oxygen schematic..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................88
13. Oxygen panel and display ............................................................................................................................................................................................................89
14. Cockpit crew oxygen mask .......................................................................................................................................................................................................89
15. Portable oxygen bottle......................................................................................................................................................................................................................90
16. Passenger oxygen mask ................................................................................................................................................................................................................90
17. Protective breathing equipment ..........................................................................................................................................................................................90

Chapter I. Fire protection


1. Schematic..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................92
2. Avionics FWD and AFT smoke detection ...................................................................................................................................................................92
3. Fire handle ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................93
4. EWD (Engine and Warning Display)....................................................................................................................................................................................93
5. Condition levers fuel light ................................................................................................................................................................................................................93
6. Compartment smoke panel...........................................................................................................................................................................................................94
7. SD cabin...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................94

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Chapter J. Flight control


1. Roll schematic.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................96
2. Pitch schematic .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................96
3. Yaw schematic ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................97
4. Gust lock .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................97
5. Stick Shaker/Stick Pusher push button and display ..................................................................................................................................97
6. Spoilers position indicator..............................................................................................................................................................................................................98
7. Pitch trim asym light ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................98
8. Trim position indicator .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................98
9. Trim controls ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................99
10. Flaps schematic .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 100
11. Flaps position indicator............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 100
12. Flaps control lever .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 101

Chapter K. Flight instruments


1. Schematic.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 104
2. PFD (Primary Fight Display) ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 105
3. MFD (Multi Function Display) .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 106
4. EWD (Engine and Warning Display)................................................................................................................................................................................ 107
5. ND - ARC MODE with terrain or weather radar information ...................................................................................................... 108
6. Source failure alert ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 108
7. Switching panel ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 109
8. EFCP (control panel) ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 109
9. MCP (Multipurpose Control Panel) ................................................................................................................................................................................. 110
10. Weather radar control ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 111
Primus 660 ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 111
11. TAT/SAT indicator ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 112
12. CLOCK................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 112
13. RCDR panel ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 113
14. STBY instruments ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 113
15. Airspeed indicator .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 114
16. Altimeter........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 115
17. Vertical speed indicator and TCAS .............................................................................................................................................................................. 116

Chapter L. Fuel system


1. Schematic.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 118
2. Electrical fuel pump OFF............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 119
3. Starting procedure................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 120
4. Normal procedure................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 121
5. Cross feed procedure........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 122
6. Engine feed jet pump low pressure................................................................................................................................................................................ 124
7. Low level ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 125
8. Engine fire procedure ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 126
9. Fuel panel........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 127
10. SD Engine ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 127
11. Fuel QTY indication ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 128
12. XFEED advisory on memo panel display ............................................................................................................................................................. 128

Chapter M. Hydraulic system


1. Schematic.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 130
3. SD ACW and hydraulic ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 131
2. HYD PWR panel ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 131
4. Pressure indication ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 132
5. AUX pump pedestal switch ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 132
6. Hydraulic on Ramp (only on battery) ............................................................................................................................................................................ 133
7. Hydraulic on Ramp (aux pump P/B selected on the pedestal) ................................................................................................. 133
8. Hydraulic system normal operation............................................................................................................................................................................... 134

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9. Hydraulic system failures ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 135


10. Hydraulic system crossfeed operation .................................................................................................................................................................. 135
11. Both main hydraulic pumps loss .................................................................................................................................................................................... 136
12. Both hydraulic systems loss ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 137

N. Ice and rain protection


1. Schematic.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 140
2. Probes and windshield HTG ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 141
3. Rain protection ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 141
4. Ice detector panel and icing AOA ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 141
5. Aircraft Performance Monitoring (APM) .................................................................................................................................................................. 142
6. De-icing schematic............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 143
7. Airframe air bleed FAULT .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 144
8. Anti-icing & de-icing panel ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 145
9. De-icing/anti-icing indication (memo panel display) .............................................................................................................................. 145

O. Landing gear
1. Landing gear description ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 148
2. Brakes schematic ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 148
3. LDG GEAR position indicators .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 149
4. Landing gear handles ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 149
5. Brakes temperatureand antiskid ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 149
6. Emergency parking brake handle..................................................................................................................................................................................... 150
7. Steering handwheel ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 150

P. Navigation system
1. Nav control ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 152
2. Marker sensibility setting ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 152
3. ADF control ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 152
4. TAWS alert modes .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 153
5. TAWS pb............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 157
6. TAWS panel...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 157
7. ND OVERLAY ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 158
8. FMS ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 159

Q. Power plant
1. Engine schematic/72 .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 162
2. Power and propeller controls/72 ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 163
3. Engine indication ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 166
4. ENG START panel/72 .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 168
5. ENG control panel/72......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 168
6. PWR MGT panel/72............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 169
7. ATPCS test panel/72 ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 169
8. Idle gate/72 ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 169

Annexes
Annex 1. Cockpit panels ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 173
Annex 2. Abbreviations ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 187

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A. Aircraft general
FCOM 1.00

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1. Doors location ATA 52

Cargo door Emergency exit Service door / Pilot emergency hatch


type III emergency exit type I

Pilot communication Rear entry door / Aft avionics Forward avionics


hatch emergency exit type I compartment door access hatch

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2. Cargo door panel ATA 52

ARMED light LCHD light GND HDL light


Selector armed green light is ON, blue light is ON when all door hooks Ground handling bus ON BAT red light
when actuator selection switch and latch locks are fully engaged is ON when ground handling bus is
working conditions are met: directly supplied by HOT main bat bus:
cover panel opened means that the battery is discharging
door unlocked by operating handle: even if the BAT toggle switch is in OFF
all hooks are disengaged and FWD position (visible even when the cover
latchlock is unfastened panel is closed)
This red light is ON when:
The refueling panel is open
The cargo door control panel is open
The passenger door is open and
alert, that the battery is discharging be-
fore leaving the aircraft

Actuator selection switch Panel cover switch CARGO LIGHT switch


is used to operate the door (OPEN connects the ground handling bus on allows activation of the cargo
or CLOSE) when the CARGO line when the panel cover is opened bay light from outside
DOOR ARMED green light is on and allows operation of cargo door.
During the opening, a self test of the
MFC 1A and 2A is performed to initiate
the control system of the cargo door.

3. Doors panel ATA 52

CAB OK and SVCE OK


Light on when SW TEST depressed
and check microswitches operation

UNLK
At least 1 micro switch is opened

SW TEST
Tests continuity of microswitch system
(on ground, doors opened)

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4. External lights ATA 33

A- Navigation lights
B- Taxi and T/O lights
C- Landing lights
D- Wing lights
E - Beacon lights
F - Strobe lights
G- Logo lights
H- Emergency light

Cabin panel

Memo panel display

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5. EXT LT panel ATA 33

BEACON and NAV


supplied by SVCE BUS and BUS 1
LOGO
supplied by SVCE BUS

STROBE, LAND
supplied by ACW BUS 1
(Left Hand), ACW BUS 2
(Right Hand)
TAXI & T.O
Supplied by ACW BUS 2
WING
Supplied by DC BUS 2

6. Memo panel display ATA 33

SEAT BELT NO DEVICE


displayed in cyan when associated displayed in cyan when associat-
switch is selected ON ed switch is selected ON
SEAT BELT NO DEVICE
displayed in amber crossed when the displayed in amber crossed when
signal is invalid. the signal is invalid.

7. Signs panel ATA 33


ON
emergency exit lights illuminates.
Supply: DC STBY or 6 V BAT packs
NO DEVICE and SEAT
BELTS
Cyan message on memo
panel display when ON. ARM
(DC BUS 2) Emergency lights illuminate
when <18 V on STBY bus
or if both DC GEN off line.
Emergency lights extinguish
when >20V on STBY bus and
at least 1 GEN operating

DISARM
system deactivated

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8. Internal lighting ATA 33

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The STORM switch overrides the


MIP/PED rotary selector to put in
the maximum intensity setting

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9. LT panel ATA 33

MIP / PED
Selects activation and intensity of
0,33(' 29+'
integral lighting of the main instru-
ment panels (MIP) and pedestal
(PED)

OVHD rotary selector FLOOD knob


selects activation and intensity of over- selects activation and intensity panel
head panels integral lighting flood lighting. (OFF TO BRT)

10. ANN LT panel ATA 33

To check and control the intensity of:


the annunciator lights on the overhead
and pedestal panels
the overhead panel flow bars
TEST: All the associated lights come
on bright
BRT: associated light illuminate bright
DIM: associated light are dimmed

11. Side panel ATA 33

CAPT READING LT knob


selects activation and intensity
of the respective spot light

CAPT CONSOLE LT knob


selects activation and intensity of
the respective lateral console

12. FLT COMPT LT panel ATA 33


DOME switch
BRT: dome lights are supplied
with maximum intensity
DIM: dome lights are dimmed
OFF: both dome are off
DOME light: the F/O dome light
becomes BRT when the switch in
BRT or DIM if:
dual DC GEN loss STORM switch
or on ground, with BAT supply On position, it overrides the MIP/
only PED rotary selector to put in the
maximum intensity setting

STBY COMPASS switch


to illuminate the STBY COMPASS
ON and OFF position

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1. Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA) ATA 42

The Integrated Modular Avionic (IMA) provides computation, memory and Input/Output data processing resources, shared
between several avionics applications.
The Integrated Modular Avionic is mainly composed of the dual Core Avionic Cabinets (CAC 1&2).
The term CAC (Core Avionic Cabinet) designs the whole equipment composed of the rack and the set of cards.
In the basic configuration, each CAC is composed of:
1 CPM (Core Processing Module)
The CPMs provide shared memory and computation resources to execute hosted avionics applications.
1 IOM-S (Input/Output Module)
This IO Module is dedicated to provide ARINC and discrete I/O for all functions
1 IOM-AP (Input/Output Module)
This IO Module is dedicated to provide discrete and analog I/O for the Auto-Flight application.
2 IOM-DC (Input/Output Module)
The IOM-DC provide discrete and analog I/O for Data Concentration Application (DCA) .
1 SWM (gateway and SWitch Module)
This module is dedicated to connect together CPM and other Avionics Data Network subscribers.
The communication means is based on AFDX network, linking network subscribers through SWM.

The main applications hosted by the Core Avionic Cabinets are :


Flight Warning (FWA)
Auto-Flight (AFCA)
Centralized Maintenance (CMA) (only on CAC 1)
Data Concentration (DCA)

The CAC 1 & 2, communicate with five display units and systems through different data bus formats:
AFDX: Avionics Full DupleX switched ethernet
A429: ARINC 429
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Two of the five displays units (DU2 and DU4) are dedicated to two other functions:
Flight Management Application (FMA)
Radio Management Application (RMA)

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2. Multi Function Computer (MFC) ATA 31

Numerous logic funtions are performed by two independant computers (MFC1 and MFC2).
Each computer includes two independant modules (A and B)

The purpose of these computers is to:


monitor, control, authorise operation
of the aircraft systems
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illuminates and the FWS is activated when a
malfunction or electrical supply fault is detected.
The module automatically becomes inoperative.
This light also flashes during self-test of the
module.
During powering, since all 4 modules are
selected ON, the following sequence is
executed:
MFC 1A and MFC 2A FAULT lights flashing (self-
test of these modules)
MFC 1A and MFC 2A FAULT lights extinguish.
MFC 1B and MFC 2B FAULT lights flashing (self-
test of these modules)
OFF MFC 1B and MFC 2B FAULT lights extinguish
The module stops operating
NOTE: If the cargo door control panel is opened,
The MFC functions can be processed: in one module only the self test of MFC 1A and 2A are already done,
in several modules (redundancy) and only the MFC 1B and 2B are tested. (See
partially in 2 modules chapter A.2)

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MODULE
SYSTEM FUNCTION
1A 1B 2A 2B

FLIGHT STICK PUSHER

CONTROLS STALL WARNING

The stick pusher function is integrated in modules 1A, 1B, 2A and 2B.

The stall warning function is integrated in modules 1B and 2B.


The stick pusher function is available if modules (1A AND 2A) OR (1A AND 2B) OR (1B AND 2A) OR (1B AND 2B) operate. This
function is therefore not available if modules (1A AND 1B) OR (2A AND 2B) are lost.
The stall warning is available if modules 1B OR 2B operate.
This function is therefore not available if modules 1B AND 2B are lost.

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3. Multi Purpose Computer (MPC) ATA 31

The MPC unit is including two parts:


Flight Data Acquisition unit (FDAU)
Data Management unit (DMU)

A) FDAU Part
The MPC acquires data in digital, analog or discrete format from aircraft systems for various FDAU functions:
Flight Data Recording (SSFDR) (refer to chapter Flight Instruments).
Aircraft Performance Monitoring (APM) (Refer to chapter Ice and Rain Protection).
Data broadcast to CAC (to avionics system).
Time management.
Flight time management.
Flight number management.
Configuration management (A/C type, A/C ident, APM version).

B) DMU Part
The MPC has the capability to manage ACMS functions (Aircraft Condition Monitoring System) in order to:
facilitate the maintenance of the aircraft.
record data for the Flight Data Monitoring purpose (FDM)

The main possible ACMS functions are:


QAR/DAR recording on a PCMCIA disk (QAR when the data frame is the FDR ones/DAR when it is reprogrammed by
a ground support equipment) A FDM purpose
Management of reports (take-off, cruise... ) A FDM purpose
Dialogue with the following aircraft equipments: MCDU, Printer, ACARS (optional)
Other maintenance functions.

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1. Cockpit colors philosophy ATA 31

In normal operation, all lights are extinguished (Dark cockpit philosophy). With some exceptions, the lights illuminate to
indicate a failure or an abnormal condition.

HIGH LEVEL COLOR CODE RULES FOR ATR 600


COLOR USED for DISPLAY PICTURES PRINTING PUSH
BUTTONS CONTROL PANELS

WHITE WHITE means an inert information


Unit data and external world reference: graduations on IAS strip, Baro-Alt strip, VS strip &
Heading rose. Engine & system parameter indicators graduations
Consulted data (MCDU)
Normal (non icing) speed references (VMLBO, Flaps retraction speed)
System selected OFF (displayed on Display Unit), Push Button OFF light on control panels, inert
shape on Display Unit
Title, comments & action menu list
Advisory messages on MCDU (no crew action required)
Segregation area with horizontal or vertical lines

LIGHT GREY LIGHT GREY is used for typing, for system picture inoperative functions & for virtual control
buttons (VCP)
Light grey typing on Display Unit means associated virtual control is inhibited
Pipe shapes (fuel or air or hydraulics) are displayed light grey when no flow or pressure is detected
Virtual control button light grey means button is not auto maintained pushed
Specific for ANF (Airport Navigation Virtual Control Panel): opened menu on a light grey back-
ground summarizes MCP (Manual Control Panel) current active PB functions

DARK GREY DARK GREY is used for virtual control button (on Virtual Control Panel)
Dark grey virtual push button means associated virtual control is auto maintained pushed for
a given time (i.e. IDENT for ATC transponder)

YELLOW YELLOW is used for A/C references, for temporary information, for reversion configuration
On PFD & ND: IAS strip, Baro-Alt strip, VS strip & Heading rose A/C references are yellow in
relationship with A/C mock up displayed yellow (same philosophy as Airbus)
Temporary data on Display Units & MCDU: manual insertion in progress (active flight plan up-
date in progress, COM or NAV or SURV radio tuning in progress, Take Off performances data
not yet confirmed)
Temporary FMA message (7 seconds) following an unable AP-FD manual selection (associ-
ated to triple clic)
Temporary System TEST phase launched by crew
Manual ADC, AHRS or NAV Source reversion: new active source is typed yellow to advise crew
that a single source is used by both sides (amber is inappropriate as long as current source in
not malfunctioning)

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AMBER AMBER is used for Icing condition data, for detected malfunction, for abnormal range data, for
aircraft parameter or computation result out of normal range
In icing conditions flight, aircraft may have downgraded performances and handling qualities.
Crew shall not disregard it. An amber CAUTION level is associated (for ATR) to this flight condi-
tion change. Speed references are adjusted, icing speed references (VMLBO, Flaps retraction
speed) are displayed amber to point out icing conditions effects (icing color reference is amber)
CAUTION alerts & messages (requiring crew action) are typed amber to point out icing or mal-
function detected
Active or selected Abnormal Procedure title are typed amber (and displayed according to a de-
fined priority level)
Active Status title associated to a previous system malfunction is typed amber
If a data resulting of a system calculation is out of range, this data is typed amber to point out
the crew needs to adjust some flight parameters in order to recover normal target range (for
instance, if unable to match an altitude constraint, constraint data will be typed amber, crew
must react to fulfill the constraint)
If data (flight or system) are out of normal range, data parameter are displayed amber (Push
Button Fault, dedicated amber light on a panel, system picture displayed amber, parameter
value typed amber)
Invalid signals are displayed by amber crosses or dashes

RED RED is associated to a warning & requests an immediate crew action


WARNING alerts & messages are typed red
Active or selected Emergency Procedure title are typed red (and displayed according to a de-
fined priority level)
If a system is detected out of limits, data parameter are displayed red (dedicated red light,
system picture displayed red, parameter value typed red)

MAGENTA MAGENTA is associated to current constraint.


FMS Managed Speed and FMS current leg guidance are considered as current constraints.
Current FMS active leg data & lateral deviations are considered as current constraints informa-
tion and displayed magenta to point out FMS source.
Active Speed and Altitude constraints are displayed magenta
Some specific constraints (Take Off pitch trim, GO-AROUND Torque) are displayed magenta
ANF (Airport Navigation) selections are magenta (according to Airbus rules applied).

CYAN CYAN is dedicated to manual operations


Manual insertion are typed cyan
Manual target selections are cyan bugs (IAS, HDG, Baro-Alt, VS) or cyan dots (selected flaps
or man selected TO TQ)
Active VCP selection in a menu (except ANF)
Alternate system selection is indicated cyan (XFEED valve) on system page and on control
panel light
Override system selection is indicated cyan on system page and on control panel light
Armed AP-FD modes

LIGHT BLUE LIGHT BLUE is dedicated to VCP area of Display Unit to make evident that VHF manual manage-
ment page is active and discriminate it from the other ones.

GREEN GREEN is dedicated to automatic normal functioning & to computed data in normal range
for each interface: CONTROL PANEL, DISPLAY UNIT format & MCDU.

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2. FWS description ATA 31

The FWS draws crews attention when a failure is detected and guides the crew to the system affected by the failure

Three types of visual devices are used: MASTER WARNING and MASTER CAUTION lights
FWS alert and procedure windows
LOCAL ALERT lights

Detection sequence
INFORMATION IDENTIFICATION ISOLATION

Example: ACW Generator 1 failure

Local alert: fault light on the


ACW gen 1 push-button

MASTER ELEC ACW GEN 1


CAUTION light on alert window
flashing and ACW GEN 1 on
+ Single Chime procedure window

Local alert: ACW GEN 1 FAULT


on ACW/HYD Schematic Display (SD)

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3. Alert window ATA 31

ENGINE
ENG 1 FIRE / ENG 2 FIRE Engine fire detected
ENG 1 OUT / ENG 2 OUT Engine 1 or 2 sensed out, in takeoff / go-around configuration
ENG 1+2 OUT Both engine sensed out with aircraft in flight configuration
SINGLE ENGINE Aircraft in flight configuration and one engine sensed out
ENG START Start light ON past 45% NH or GCU failure during start
ELEC X START Cross start failure. Opposite generator has not come on line to assist
start at 10% NH (on ground only).
ENG EXCESS ITT ITT more than 800C (715C in hotel mode)
ENG START NO NH NH <20%, 10s after starter push button ON
ENG NO ITT ITT <400C, 10s after opening the fuel
NAC OVHT RH NAC OVHT >170C
LOOP 1A / LOOP 1B / LOOP 2A / LOOP 2B engine fire loop fault
PROP BRK Prop brake not in full, locked or in full, released position
ENG EEC / ENG EEC 1+2 EEC or both EECs Failure
ENG BOOST Disagreement between the EEC rating and the push button position
ENG 1 OUT / ENG 2 OUT Engine 1 or 2 sensed out in flight configuration
IDLE GATE Automatic idle gate system failure
ENG 1 LO PITCH / ENG 2 LO PITCH propeller blande angle <8 in flight
ENG PROP NP1 / ENG PROP NP2 Unexpected 100% NP (triggered >86%)
ENG 1 PROP LIM / ENG 2 PROP LIM NP >106%
ENG 1 PEC SG CH / ENG 2 PEC SG CH Lost of one PEC channel ----> operation on single channel
ENG 1 PEC / ENG 2 PEC PEC Failure
ENG 1 OVER LIM / ENG 2 OVER LIM TQ >120%, NH >106.4%, NL >106.8% and start rotary selector OFF
ENG1 OIL TEMP L / ENG2 OIL TEMP L Oil temp low on ground <0C / Oil temp low <45C with engine running
and PL>30
ENG1 OIL TEMP H / ENG2 OIL TEMP H Oil temp between 125C and 140C
ENG 1 OIL OVHT / ENG 2 OIL OVHT Oil temp >140C
ENG 1 OIL PRESS / ENG 2 OIL PRESS Oil press <40 Psi (inhibited 30 sec during engine start)
FUEL
FUEL 1 TEMP HI / FUEL 2 TEMP HI Fuel temperature >50C
FUEL 1 TEMP LO / FUEL 2 TEMP LO Fuel temperature <0C
ENG FUEL CLOG Fuel press loss in corresponding HP pump fuel filter PSI >25 PSI. Filter
blocked and by-passed when PSI >45 PSI
FUEL FEED LO PR Engine feed low press <4 psi
FUEL LO LVL Fuel tank <160 kg or Fuel tank >160 kg and feeder tank not full
FUEL MISMATCH Difference between fuel FMS and fuel quantity indicator: on ground
>200 kg during 10s, in flight >200 kg during 60s
FUEL UNBALANCED Difference between both tanks >200 kg
ELEC
ELEC DC GEN 1+2 Dual DC GEN Loss
ELEC DC 1 / ELEC DC 2 DC BUS 1 or 2 not supplied
ELEC AC 1 / ELEC AC 2 AC BUS 1 or 2 not supplied
ELEC ACW 1 / ELEC ACW 2 / ELEC ACW 1+2 ACW BUS 1 or/and 2 not supplied
ELEC DC ESS DC essential bus not supplied

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ELEC DC EMER DC emergency bus not supplied


ELEC DC GEN One DC GEN Loss
ELEC INV 1 / ELEC INV 2 Inverter failure or supply loss
ELEC ACW GEN 1 / ELEC ACW GEN 2 One ACW GEN Loss
ELEC DC SHED One of the DC SVCE / UTLY 1 and 2 busses is shed
ELEC BAT CHG Thermal runaway / Bus voltage <25V / start sequence/Bat sw on OVRD.
ELEC CHG LOSS Both batteries chargers fault
ELEC BAT DISCH Main or Emergency battery discharge
ELEC STBY UNDV DC STBY <19.5V
HYDRAULIC
HYD BLUE LO LVL / HYD GREEN LO LVL Associated compartment <2,5 liters
HYD PUMPS LOSS Both main pump loss. Blue pressure can be recovered with the aux
pump in approach (Landing gear lever in down position)
HYD SYS LOSS Both system loss.
HYD BLUE (GREEN) LO PR / HYD AUX LO PR Pump delivery pressure <1500 psi
HYD BLUE (GREEN) OVHT / HYD AUX OVHT Temperature >121C (250F)
FLIGHT CONTROL
FLAPS UNLK Spurious Flaps retraction more than 3 (42-600), 4 (72-600)
FLAPS ASYM >6.7 between the left and right flaps. Flaps frozen in current position
FLAPS JAM Triggerred when the difference between the average flaps position and
the selected position is >1
PITCH TRIM ASYM pitch tabs desynchronization greater than 0.7
FLT CTL RUD RCU RCU supplied by DC current for more than 60s
PITCH DISC Elevator uncoupling
PITCH RECONNCT Appears during the procedure of pitch reconnection on ground
FLT CTL PUSHER Stick pusher failure
FLT CTL TLU System disagree / two ADC failures / ADC datas incoherence / TLU
position synchro failure. T/O or T/O Config Test and TLU not LO SPD
AIL LOCK LIT Triggered whenever one of the locking actuators is in disagreement with
the gust lock lever position (lock or unlock position)
LANDING GEAR
LDG GEAR NOT DN Any gear not seen down and locked and:
1. flaps 25 or flaps 30, ZRA <500 ft and PL at low power.
2. at least one PL at FI and ZRA <500 ft
LDG GEAR Landing lever down, but at least one landing gear is not sensed in lock
down position
WHEELS A-SKID Anti-skid failure
WHEELS BRK HOT Brake temp >160 (42-600) and >150 (72-600)
AIR
FWD SMK Forward cargo smoke
AFT SMK Aft cargo or lavatory smoke
ELEC SMK Avionics smoke
AUX AFT SMK Smoke in auxiliary aft compartment (optional)
AIR BLEED 1 / AIR BLEED 2 Bleed valve disagreement with P/B selected position
AIR BLEED1 OVHT / AIR BLEED2 OVHT Bleed DUCT temp >274c
AIR LEAK 1 / AIR LEAK 2 Leak detected with a loop when the temperature >153C
AIR X VALVE Air cross feed valve open in flight
AIR PACK / AIR PACK 1+2 Pack valve disagreement with PB selected position or Ovht downstream
pack comp (>204C).
AIR RECIR FAN 1 / AIR RECIR FAN 2 Fan low speed or motor overheat.
AIR DUCT OVHT Duct overheat >92C.

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C. Flight warning system

EXCESS CAB ALT Cabin altitude over threshold (10.000 ft or 11.000 ft if mod High Alt Rwy)
AIR AUTO PRESS Auto press digital controller failure.
AIR VENT EXH Avionic extraction fan failure or overheat
AIR OVBD Ovbd Valve in disagreement with Ovbd Valve SW position.
EXCESS CAB P Cabin/ Outside pressure difference in excess of 6.6 psi
AIR FWD DET FAN Forward fan sensed inop
AIR AFT DET FAN Lavatory fan sensed inop
AIR DITCH Ditch P/B selected on
OXY Oxygen supply off or oxygen lo pressure sensed
ANTI ICE
A-ICING BLEED Airframe bleed fault alert covering low pressure, overheat and AFR
airbleed P/B off
A-ICING FRAME Airframe deicing fault confirmed by MFC
A-ICING AUTO Auto mode fault detected or MAN mode selected
A-ICING SEL Mode selector fault
A-ICING DETECT Ice detector fault
A-ICING ENG 1 / A-ICING ENG 2 Deicing boots fault detected on engine 1 or 2
A-ICING PROP 1 / A-ICING PROP 2 Blade deicing fault detected on at least one blade on enigne 1 or 2
A-ICING HORNS 1 / A-ICING HORNS 2 Horn deicing fault detected on Horns 1 (rudder & left elevator) or Horns 2
(aileron & right elevator)
A-ICING L WSHLD / A-ICING R WSHLD Windshield deicing fault detected on left (L) or right (R) side
A-ICING WINDOWS Either Left or Right side windows deicing fault detected
A-ICING PROBE Either Left or Right or both alpha probe deicing fault detected
A-ICING PIT CPT / --- PIT F/O / --- PIT SBY Pitot heating fault (captain, first officer or stand by)
A-ICING TAT CPT / A-ICING TAT F/O TAT probe heating fault (captain or first officer)
ICING Ice accretion detected by ice detector
AUTO PILOT
AP PITCH TRIM Pitch trim failed
PITCH MISTRIM Pitch mistrim
AILERON MISTRIM Aileron mistrim
RUDDER MISTRIM Rudder mistrim
AP YAW TRIM Yaw auto trim fail
MPC
APM FAULT A fault has been detected in the APM system
DEGRADED PERF Abnormal drag increase
INCREASE SPEED Aircraft speed lower than Minimum Severe Icing Speed + 2kt
AVIONICS
AUDIO SEL CAPT / AUDIO SEL F/O RCAU on CAPT or F/O side is sensed fault or has a power loss
SGL DME / DME LOSS One DME lost (2 DME config)/ Both DME lost (2 DME config) or DME
lost (single DME config)
RMS / RMS 1+2 One RMS lost / RMS 1+2 lost
TCAS TCAS sensed fault
XPDR At least one XPDR detected fault
AHRS / AHRS 1+2 One AHRS fault / Both AHRS fault
AHRS NOT ALIGN AHRS sensed not aligned
ADC / ADC 1+2 One ADC fault / Both ADC fault
ATT DISAGREE 3 pitch and 3 roll discrepancy
HDG DISAGREE 8 discrepancy
ALT DISAGREE 60ft + (Zp1 + Zp2)/460
IAS DISAGREE 10kt discrepancy

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VHF / VHF 1+2 / HF / HF 1+2 VHF or HF set(s) sensed failed


VHF EMITTING / HF EMITTING Transmitting / Emitting for more than 29s
DU 1(2)(3)(4)(5) DISCRPNCY Discrepancy on one DU (internal and external with other DU)
DU DISCREPANCY Discrepancy on not identified DU (at least 2 DU discrepancy)
DU TEMP HI Temperature >70C after brightness reduction
MULTI DUs T HI Temperature >70C after brightness reduction for at least 2 DUs
FWS SGL CH Flight Warning Application (FWA) loss on one CAC
SWITCH SGL CH gateway and SWitching Module (SWM) card loss on one CAC
CPM 1 / CPM 2 Core Processing Module (CPM) card loss on one CAC
IOM 12 / IOM 13 / IOM 22 / IOM 23 Input/Output Module (IOM) card loss
CPM x + IOM xx Core Processing Module (CPM) card loss on one CAC and Input/
Output Module (IOM) card loss on the other CAC
IOM xx + xx 2 Input/Output Module (IOM) cards loss
MISCELLANEOUS
CONFIG Configuration warning refer to chapter C.4 here below
RAD-ALT Single RA loss on 2 RA installed configuration
RAD-ALT LOSS RA loss on single RA configuration or dual RA loss on 2 RA configuration
GPWS GPWS fault sensed
TERRAIN Terrain mode fault sensed
DOORS Any door sensed open on ground
DOOR EMER / DOOR FWD COMPT Emergency hatch or Forward compartment door sensed unlocked in
flight
DOOR LH (RH) FWD / DOOR LH (RH) AFT Respective door sensed unlocked in flight
DATALINK CMU fault or loss of link for more than 120s
MAINT PANEL Maintenance panel sensed open
DATA RECORDER Loss of power supply to Data recorder detected
VOICE RECORDER Loss of power supply to Voice recorder detected
FDAU FDAU sensed failed
BAD CONF / CONF UPDATED At least one DU software discrepancy at A/C power up
MFC
MFC 1A / MFC 1B / MFC 2A / MFC 2B Single MFC channel failure
MFC 1A(1B)(2A)(2B) + 1B (1A)(2A)(2B) Multiple MFC channels failures (combinations)

4. EMER audio cancel & TO


config test ATA 31
EMER AUDIO CANCEL TO CONFIG TEST
Guarded switch, cancel the aural To check T/O configuration (PWR
specific of an undue continuous MGT in T/O+ TLU LO SPD illuminated
aural except for landing gear, + pitch trim in green sector+flaps 15 +
VMO, VFE, VLE, stall warning, no AIL LOCK LIT on FWS) by simulating
pitch trim whooler, landing gear, power levers at T/O position, except
AP disconnection PARK BRAKE
To perform an automatic RECALL

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C. Flight warning system

5. Aural alarms ATA 31

CLACKER
VMO
VLO - 5 kt
VFE - 5 kt

DOOR BELL
Attendant or
ground calls

WHOOLER
Pitch trim in motion
(more than 1s)

CAVALRY CHARGE
AP Disconnects

C CHORD
Altitude alerts

CRICKET
Stall warning associated
STICK SHAKER/PUSHER
AOA (Angle Of Attack)

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D. Air
FCOM 1.03

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1. Pneumatic system ATA 21/36


The pneumatic system supplies aircraft systems which use pressurized air:
These systems are: Air conditioning
Ventilation
Pressurization
De-icing

1.1. Schematic
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D. Air

1.2. AIR BLEED panel

ENG BLEED
Controls both bleed and HP
valves. Spring loaded closed.
Must have air and electricity to GRD X FEED PACK VALVE
open Spring loaded closed. Inhibited in Spring loaded closed. Must
Auto closure when OVHT, leak, flight. Auto opens on ground when have air and elec power to
overpressure, fire handle pulled, only one bleed valve is opened open. 6 delay on RH valve for
UPTRIM triggered or prop pax comfort
brake on (left one only). Inhibited
during eng start

PACK VALVE
FAULT
pack valve disagreement with
OVHT pb / or OVHT downstream pack
either duct temp switch above comp. (>204C). FWS. Valve
274C. FWS. Auto closure auto closed. Ground cooling
bleed valves (LP and HP). May turbo fan failure
be reset after cooling

OVERHEAD PANEL LEAK


activates when T detected by
ENG BLEED bleed loop exceeds 153 8C.
FAULT EWD. Auto closure after 1 of
Bleed valve disagreement with following valves: Bleed, HP,
selected position (or in case pack and GND Xfeed if left
of OVHT or LEAK). FWS. bleed leak affected
Associated valves auto closed DO NOT RESET BLEED

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D. Air

Item Display Description Item Display Description

BLEED
BLEED VALVE ON , OPENED OFF BLEED VALVE OFF
AND ENGINE RUNNING
2
BLEED
FAULT BLEED VALVE FAULT

BLEED VALVE OFF


3 LEAK BLEED LEAK

4 OVHT BLEED OVERHEAT

1 BLEED VALVE ON BUT CLOSED

X FEED
NORMAL OPERATION
X FEED OPEN & AIR FLOW
BLEED VALVE OFF BUT NOT
CLOSED AND ENGINE RUNNING
X FEED NORMAL OPERATION
XFEED CLOSED
BLEED VALVE OFF BUT NOT NOTHING DISPLAYED
CLOSED AND ENGINE NOT
RUNNING
X FEED
X FEED NORMALLY CLOSED
5 BUT OPENED & AIR FLOW

X FEED X FEED NORMALLY CLOSED


BUT OPENED & NO AIR FLOW

X FEED
X FEED NORMALLY OPENED
BUT CLOSED

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AIR CONDITIONING IN HOTEL MODE


On ground, when engine 2 is started in hotel mode:
The right HP bleed valve is opened (air supplied by HP
compressor at low engine power)
The right Eng bleed valve opened (at NH 45% + 30s)
The cross feed valve is opened
Both packs are supplied with air at 38 psi

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D. Air

AIR CONDITIONING IN NORMAL FLIGHT


Both HP bleed valves are closed (air supplied by LP
compressor at high engine power)
The cross feed valve is closed
Each pack is supplied by its dedicated engine with air at
25 psi

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AIR CONDITIONING IN FLIGHT WITH A BLEED FAULT


In case of:
Overtemperature (T>274C)
Leak (T>153C outside the duct)
Overpressure (P>80 psi)
The eng bleed valve is closed and the FAULT is triggered on
the bleed P/B and on the pack P/B.

The other engine supplies the cockpit and cabin ducts throught the mixing chamber
HP bleed valves is closed (air supplied by LP compressor at high engine power)
The cross feed valve is closed
One pack is supplied by its dedicated engine with air at 25 psi

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D. Air

2. Air conditionning ATA 21


The air conditionning system is provided to keep the flight compartments at the required temperature, pressure, humidity
and cleanliness for the comfort of the passengers and crew.

2.1. Schematic

Cooling of air:
by ground turbo fans:
IAS 150 kt and ldg gear is retracted for less than 10 min
IAS 150 kt and ldg gear is extended.
by ram air when IAS >150 kt

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2.2. COMPT TEMP panel

RECIRC FAN
Assists pack air flow
RECIRC FAN
FAULT: fan low speed or mo-
tor overheat + FWS. No auto
disconnect

COMPT INDICATOR
Duct temperature limited to
88C. (191F) by pneumatic
temp.limiter

TEMP SEL
AUTO: the temperature is
regulated by the electronic
temperature controller, taking
into account:
duct temperature
zone temperature demand
selector
associated compartment
TEMP SEL temperature
OVHT: duct overheat >92 C + aircraft skin temperature
FWS. Pack valve will not auto
close

MAN FLOW
compt temp knob controls NORM: 22 psi (pack valves)
directly temp control valve HIGH: 30 psi (pack valves)

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4 5

3
6

1
8

7
2

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D. Air

Item Display Description Item Display Description

PACK
PACK VALVE ON EXTRACT FAN ON

PACK
OFF PACK VALVE OFF 4 EXHAUST EXHAUST MODE P/B RELEASED
OVBD
1
PACK
PACK FAULT EXHAUST EXTRACTION FAN FAULT DISPLAY
FAULT FAULT
PACK VALVE STANDBY
PACK P/B DEPRESSED AND FULL OPEN
MANUEL MODE
STBY OVBD VLV FULL OPEN
BLEED VALVE P/B RELEASED OUT
MANUEL MODE
RECIRCULATION FAN ON FULL CLOSE
OVBD VLV FULL CLOSED

AUTOMATIC MODE
RECIRCULATION FAN OFF
OVBD VLV FULL OPEN

2 RECIRCULATION FAN FAULT AUTOMATIC MODE


5 OVBD VLV FULL CLOSED

RECIRC RECIRCULATION FAN 1 OR 2 OFF AUTOMATIC MODE


OVBD VLV PARTIALLY OPEN
RECIRCULATION FAN 1 OR 2
RECIRC OVBD VLV FAULT DISPLAY
FAULT OVBD VALVE
OVBD VLV OPEN

OVBD VLV FAULT DISPLAY


OVBD VALVE
OVBD VLV CLOSED
BOTH PACK VALVES ON OR
AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE
BOTH RECIRC FANS ON AUTO
CONTROL

MANUAL TEMPERATURE
6 MAN
CONTROL

OVHT DUCT OVERHEAT ALERT

LEFT PACK VALVE AND RECIRC 21 C VALID SENSOR MEASUREMENT


FAN 2 OFF OR FAULT
7
-- C INVALID MEASUREMENT

3 AIR
8 HIGH FLOW
HIGHT FLOW SELECTED

RIGHT PACK VALVE AND RECIRC


FAN 1 OFF OR FAULT

PACK VALVES AND RECIRC FANS


OFF OR FAULT ON BOTH SIDES

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3. Avionics ventilation ATA 21


The ventilation system provides cooling through ambient air extraction to limit the internal operating temperature of the
electronic equipment

3.1. Schematic

(/(&60.

3.2. AVIONICS VENT panel

FAULT
fan failure/overheat (fan inhibited
EXHAUST MODE for 120 s. after eng start or after
NORM a GPU power on. FWS)
On ground, ENG 1 off: extract
fan on. OVBD valve full open, U/F
valve closed
Air/ground, ENG 1 on: extract
fan operates. OVBD valve closed.
U/F valve opened

OVBD VALVE
OVBD AUTO except in emergency
extract fan off FAULT direct control of OVBD valve.
OVBD valve partially opened (in OVBD valve in disagreement with The full open position is possible
flight only). U/F valve closed ovbd valve SW position only if the delta P is <1 psi

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D. Air

4. Pressurization ATA 21
Compressed air is delivered by the packs. Pressure is controlled by the amount of cabin air discharged outboard.

4.1. Schematic

FL 250 = DIFF 6 PSI


Cabin altitude 6740 ft
Normal rate = 50% aircraft
VS, max +600 ft/min
FL 200 = DIFF 5 PSI normal rate 400 ft/min
fast rate 500 ft/min

Normal rate = 30% aircraft


VS, max +550 ft/min
FL 100 = DIFF 4 PSI

3500 ft
Cabin altitude = airport altitude

300 ft before LDG


0 ft after LDG

Digital controller
AUTO MODE
T/O elevation up to 3500 ft
Electropneumatic
outflow valve
Baro setting by CAPT
Altimeter (ADC 1) or 1013
(ADC 2) if failure ADC 1

Landing elevation
Safety device
if DIFF > 6.35 PSI
Cabin pressure or < 0.5

Manual controller knob


Pneumatic
MANUAL MODE
outflow valve

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4.2. Cabin pressure indicators


Pressure control mode
AUTO or MAN
DIFF
Differential pressure:
max +6.35 / 0.5

ALT
Cabin alt: based on 29.92 in.hg
RATE
(1013,2 Hpa)
Cabin rate of climb

4.3. AUTO PRESS panel


ELV SET
Trigger switch to set landing
elevation
AUTO PRESS (DC BUS )
Memorize departure field elevation
up to 3500 ft
DESCENT RATE
NORM= 400 ft/min
FAST= 500 ft/min
Fast is used when Vs > 1500 ft/
DUMP min
FUNCTION ON
(guarded pusbutton)
Both outflow valves fully open in
TEST
auto mode only.
Displays alternately 18800 and
8800, FAULT appears on MAN pb.
Test is inhibited in flight

4.4. MAN RATE KNOB and CABIN PRESS panel

NORM
AUTO MODE position. When used
in MAN mode, cabin rate selection
+2500/1500 fpm

FAULT
digital controller failure. FWS

DITCH
pb ON both outflows are fully MAN
closed digital controller out of operation.
(no more digits on landing elevation
display)

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1 3 2

Item Display Description Item Display Description

AUTO CAB ALT AUTOMATIC PRESSURE CONTROL


6 PRESS 5020 FT NOMINAL DISPLAY
0 8 6P NOMINAL DISPLAY
XXXX 1300 FT
3.00
AUTO CAB ALT AUTOMATIC PRESSURE CONTROL
PRESS 1300 FT FAULT
XXXX 1300 FT
6
0 8 6P PRE-ALERTING DISPLAY MAN CAB ALT MANUAL PRESSURE CONTROL
ALT 5020 FT
0.25 TARGET 5020 FT NOMINAL DISPLAY
1
MAN CAB ALT MANUAL PRESSURE CONTROL
6 3 ALT 2050 FT
0 8 6P ALERTING DISPLAY TARGET ____ FT INVALID TARGET
7.00
MAN CAB ALT
ALT ____ FT INVALID CAB ALT
TARGET 2050 FT
6
0 8 INVALID 6P MAN CAB ALT
ALT 8900 FT CAB ALT PRE-ALERTING DISPLAY
-.-- TARGET 5020 FT

MAN CAB ALT


2000 ALT 10100 FT CAB ALT ALERTING DISPLAY
0 700 UP RATE OF CLIMB TARGET 5020 FT
2000

2000
2 0 1000 DN RATE OF DESCENT
2000

2000
0 - -- INVALID RATE
2000

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E. Automatic ight
control system
FCOM 1.04

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1. Schematic ATA 22

QUICK QUICK
DISC/ TCS DISC/TCS

AP quick disconnect pb Touch Control Steering


disconnect AP when depressed once pb allows to control temporary the
depressed again, clears AP OFF alert aircraft. AP arrows extinguish.
(aural and visual) In basic mode, attitude limits < 15
and bank angle limits < 35

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E. Automatic flight control system

2. FMA ATA 22
2 1 3 5 4 6 7 8

ICING ROLL HOLD LO PITCH HOLD AP FD DUAL


DGD PERF VOR ALT SEL SPD HLD TCS
RETRIM ROLL R WING DN CAT1 CHECK NAV SRC FD SINGLE CH

13 9 10

1 2 3
ARM Mode change HOLD BANK ANGLE Description

HDG HOLD MODE


HDG HOLD HDG HOLD LO or
(BASIC MODE)

ROLL HOLD MODE


ROLL HOLD ROLL HOLD LO or
(BASIC MODE)

WING LVL MODE


WING LVL WING LVL LO or
(BASIC MODE)

HDG SEL
HDG SEL HDG SEL LO or
(UPPER MODE)

1 2 3
Mode change +
ARM +7s HOLD BANK ANGLE Description
CAPTURE

NAV MODE ASSOCIATED WITH


VOR VOR 9 VOR 9 VOR LO or
A VOR (UPPER MODE)

NAV MODE ASSOCIATED WITH


A LOC (UPPER MODE)
LOC LOC 9 LOC 9 LOC LO or APP MODE ASSOCIATED WITH
AN ILS (COMMON UPPER
MODE)

BC --> BACK COURSE OF THE


BC BC 9 BC 9 BC LO or
LOC (UPPER MODE)

NAV MODE ASSOCIATED WITH


LNAV
BC LNAV
BC * BC * LNAV LO or
A FMS (UPPER MODE)

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4 5
ARM Mode change +7s Description

PITCH HOLD MODE


VOR PITCH HOLD PITCH HOLD
(BASIC MODE)

IAS MODE
VOR IAS IAS
(UPPER MODE)

VS MODE
VOR VS VS
(UPPER MODE)

4 5
ARM Mode change + CAPTURE +7s HOLD Description

ALT MODE
ALT SEL ALT 9 ALT 9 ALT
(UPPER MODE)

APP MODE ASSOCIATED WITH AN ILS


GS GS 9 GS9 GS
(COMMON UPPER MODE)

1 2 4 5
ARM Mode change +7s HOLD ARM Mode change +7s HOLD Description

HDG HOLD HDG HOLD 0 GA GA GA MODE COMMON MODE

LOC LOC9 LOC9 LOC GS GS9 GS9 GS APP MODE COMMON MODE

Item Display Description

ENGAGEMENT OF THE AP/YD ON THE


AP
FGCP (W AP X AND W YD X)
6
ENGAGEMENT OF THE YD ON THE FGCP
YD
(W YD X)

FLIGHT DIRECTOR COMMAND BARS


7 FD
DISPLAYED ON THE PFD

COUPLING ON CAPT SIDE WITH THE CPL


P/B ON THE FGCP (W CPL)

COUPLING ON F/O SIDE WITH THE CPL P/B


8 ON THE FGCP (CPL X)

DUAL COUPLING IN CAT 2 APPROACH


DUAL
(W CPL X)

9 SPD HLD SPEED HOLD IN PROVISION FOR CAT 3

10 TCS ACTIVATION OF THE TCS PUSH BUTTON

CAT 1 ILS CAT 1 APPROACH

13
CAT 2 ILS CAT 2 APPROACH

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16 15

ICING ROLL HOLD LO PITCH HOLD AP FD DUAL


DGD PERF VOR ALT SEL SPD HLD TCS
RETRIM ROLL R WING DN CAT1 CHECK NAV SRC FD SINGLE CH

14 12 11

11 AP/YD disengagement, approach category retrogression, AFCS internal failure.

Message Message + 7s Aural alert Display logic Comments

AP DISENG AP DISENG Red message, reverse


The AP/YD can be disengaged either
Cavalry Charge video flashing. Reset by the
AP/YD DISENG AP/YD DISENG automatically or manually
Quick Disconnect P/B

Amber message, reverse


The AP/YD can be disengaged either
YD DISENG YD DISENG video flashing. Reset by the
AP/YD DISENG AP/YD DISENG automatically or manually
Quick Disconnect P/B

AP/YD INVALID YD DISENG Amber message, reverse When an AFCS Internal failure inhibits AP/YD or
AP INVALID AP/YD DISENG video flashing. YD engagement

AP INHIBIT YD DISENG
When AP or YD engagement are attempted and
Yellow message, steady for
an AFCS External failure or condition inhibits AP
YD INHIBIT AP/YD DISENG 7 seconds
engagement

When speed hold engagement are attempted


SPD HLD INHIBIT YD DISENG Yellow message, steady for
and an AFCS External failure or condition inhibits
YD INHIBIT AP/YD DISENG 7 seconds
speed hold engagement

Amber message, reverse When speed hold is unable to maintain target


CHECK SPD HLD CHECK SPD HLD
YD INHIBIT AP/YD DISENG video flashing speed

Amber message, reverse


FD SINGLE CH FD SINGLE CH video flashing for 7
When one FD channel is lost
YD INHIBIT AP/YD DISENG seconds, then steady until
failure is cleared
When single AHRS and /or single ADC
configuration is active. After an AHRS or ADC
FD SINGLE SRC FD SINGLE SRC Amber permanent steady
failure, the single AHRS and/or single ADC
YD INHIBIT AP/YD DISENG message
configuration is selected on the switching
control panel
Amber message, reverse
Loss of CAT2 valid requirements during a CAT2
CAT 2 INVALID FD SINGLE SRC Triple clicks video flashing for 7
YD INHIBIT AP/YD DISENG approach
seconds, then disappears
Amber message, reverse
Loss of CAT3 valid requirements during a CAT3
CAT 3 INVALID FD SINGLE SRC Triple clicks video flashing for 7
YD INHIBIT AP/YD DISENG approach
seconds, then disappears

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12 Unexpected mode change, or problem in navigation parameters


Message flashing Message + 7s Aural alert Display logic Comments
Yellow message flashing for If the crew try to engage a NAV mode where as the wrong nav
CHECK NAV SRC PITCH MISTRIM
7 seconds then disappears source is selected, or if the navigation source is lost
Amber message, reverse
If an armed or engaged NAV mod dropped off following a nav
video flashing for
source change
7 seconds, then steady until
CHECK NAV SRC CHECK NAV SRC If a VOR/LOC nav frequency change induces the current mode
failure is cleared by trying to
loss
engage another FD mode,
In case of coupling change
or by pressing STBY pb
Amber message, reverse
CHECK T/O SPEED CHECK T/O SPEED video flashing for If VCP lcing selection disagrees with the actual icing conditions
7 seconds, then steady
In case of ADC data miscomparison, the AP/YD is disengaged
(disengagement only for discrepancy on CAS and TAS). After
clearing the AP/YD DISENG warning, the FMA displays ADC
Yellow message, flashing for
ADC INVALID CHECK T/O SPEED INVALID, associated with CHECK ALT or CHECK IAS on the PFD
7 seconds, then disappears
Or in case of loss of ADC redundant sensor indicated by a
flag, the AP/YD is disengaged. After clearing the AP/YD DISENG
warning, the FMA displays ADC INVALID
In case of AHRS data miscomparison, the AP/YD is disengaged
(disengagement only for discrepancy on attitude parameter).
After clearing the AP/YD DISENG warning, the FMA displays
Yellow message, flashing for ATT INVALID, associated with CHECK ATT on PFD if Roll or Pitch
ATT INVALID CHECK T/O SPEED
7 seconds, then disappears angles are not coherent
Or in case of loss of AHRS redundant sensor indicated by a
flag, the AP/YD is disengaged. After clearing the AP/YD DISENG
warning, the FMA displays ATT INVALID
In case of AHRS data miscomparison, the FMA displays HDG
Yellow message, flashing for INVALID, associated with CHECK HDG on the PFD & ND, if
HDG INVALID CHECK T/O SPEED
7 seconds, then disappears magnetic headings are not coherent (No AP/YD disengagement)
Or in case of loss of AHRS redundant sensor indicated by a flag

NAV INVALID CHECK T/O SPEED


Yellow message, flashing for
In case of loss of NAV redundant sensor indicated by a flag
7 seconds, then disappears
If AUTO is selected with the AUTO/MAN SEL P/B and the speed
Amber message, reverse target from both FMS is not valid. The AUTO speed mode is
SPD AUTO INOP CHECK T/O SPEE video flashing for not available and the speed is automatically switched to MAN
7 seconds, then disappears (Cyan Speed Target Bug). The Speed Target Bug is automatically
synchronized to the current value of A/C speed
Yellow message, flashing for When the ICP AUTO/MAN push-button is pressed while man is
SPD AUTO INOP CHECK T/O SPEED
7 seconds, then disappears selected and IAS target from the selected FMS is invalid
Red message, reverse video Excessive deviation on the GS or the LOC. The message on the
EXCESS DEV EXCESS DEV flashing for 7 seconds, then FMA is associated with the GS or the LOC deviation scale flashing
steady amber amber to indicate a flight path excusion
Amber message, reverse During Altitude Capture
ALT OFF EXCESS DEV video flashing for When the selected altitude is changed (transition to basic pitch)
7 seconds, then disappears When baro correction is changed (transition to basic pitch)
Amber message, reverse
video flashing for 7 seconds,
then steady until failure is
When an AHRS failure (ATT INVALID
FD MODE CHG FD MODE CHG cleared by changing AHRS
or HDG INVALID) leads to the FD mode cancellation
source selection, or by
selecting another FD mode,
or by pressing STBY P/B

STEEP APP EXCESS DEV Green message steady When steep approach is selected

AFCS TEST EXCESS DEV Amber flashing During the AFCS test (maintenance opration)

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14 Trim status

Message Message + 7s Aural alert Display logic Comments


Displayed when the AFCS is not able
AP PITCH TRIM FAIL AP PITCH TRIM FAIL to command the pitch trim and the AP is
engaged

PITCH MISTRIM PITCH MISTRIM


When the pitch servo motor reaches
a torque value threshold

RETRIM ROLL R WING DN RETRIM ROLL R WING DN When the aileron servo motor reaches
RETRIM ROLL L WING DN RETRIM ROLL L WING DN Amber message, reverse a first torque value threshold
NIL video flashing 7 seconds,
then steady When the aileron servo motor reaches
AILERON MISTRIM AILERON MISTRIM
a second torque value threshold

Displayed when the AFCS is not able to


AP YAW TRIM FAIL AP YAW TRIM FAIL
command the yaw autotrim

When the rudder servo motor reaches


RUDDER MISTRIM RUDDER MISTRIM
a second torque value threshold

15 Icing message (refer to chapter ice and rain protection)


16 APM message (refer to chapter ice and rain protection)

When both FD channel are lost. The FMA is black. The AFCS FAIL is the only message displayed

AFCS FAIL

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3. FGCP (Flight Guidance and Control Panel) ATA 22


NAV SOURCE Selector CAPT side VS mode AP pb
Select the NAV source for CAPT EHSI to use FD with a desired vertical engages autopilot and yaw damper
and/or ND (FMS1, VOR/ILS1, VOR/ speed and disengages only autopilot
ILS2, FMS2)

IAS mode
to use FD with a target indicated airspeed.
(Cyan speed bug: MAN on ICP) NAV SOURCE Selector F/O side
(Magenta speed bug: AUTO on ICP) Select the NAV source for F/O
EHSI and/or ND (FMS1, VOR/
NAV mode HDG mode ILS1, VOR/ILS2, FMS2)
to use FD with VOR to use FD with
and LNAV course HDG SEL

CRS 1 knob CRS 2 knob


selects course selects course
on CAPT EHSI on F/O EHSI
and/or ND and/or ND

FD bars HDG knob Pitch wheel ALT knob FD bars


P/B to set selects HDG bug on both to adjust VS or controls the preselected P/B to set ON/OFF
ON/OFF EHSI and/or ND. Pushing pitch attitude in altitude on PFD
on the knob, synchronize basic mode
the heading to the actual
one. YD pb
ALT mode engages yaw damper and disengages
APP mode to use FD with a desired yaw damper and autopilot if engaged
to use FD with ILS information course altitude
(lateral and vertical):
CPL pb
lateral (LOC)
permit to couple AP/FD on CAPT or F/O side.
vertical (GS)
Dual coupling for CAT 2

BC mode
STBY pb
to use FD with localizer in back course
cancels all FD upper modes (armed and captured
and active modes) and returns in basic modes.

4. ICP (Index Control Panel) ATA 22,31

Speed target selection


Selection of the speed bug Speed knob
between: Used to set the speed bug
AUTO: Speed bug managed In MAN mode
by the FMS (Magenta)
MAN: Speed bug set manually
by the speed knob (Cyan)

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F. Communications
FCOM 1.05

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1.Schematic ATA 23
The communication system provides communication between:
aircraft and ground stations
cockpit crew stations
cabin attendant station
ground crew stations

CAPT SIDE COM SYSTEM


oxy mask mike
hand mike
boom set
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
head set
PTT switch
nose wheel steering
control PTT COCKPIT VOICE
loudspeaker RECORDER
loudspeaker audio level
audio control panel

CABIN ATTENDANT

OBSERVER SIDE
REMOTE
oxy mask CONTROL
boom set GROUND CREW
AUDIO
head set UNIT
PTT switch

PASSENGER

F/O SIDE
oxy mask mike PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM
hand mike
boom set
head set
PTT switch
GPWS
loudspeaker
loudspeaker audio level
audio control panel TCAS

2. PTT selector and NOSE WHEEL


STEERING CONTROL SW ATA23

NOSE WHEEL STEERING


PTT selector CONTROL switch
interphone: forward position When depressed, BOOM SET
neutral: center position or OXY mike is connected for
radio: backward position transmission

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3. Audio control panel ATA 23


INT/RAD selector
VOICE ONLY key
Provides selection of transmission
When depressed, it inhibits NAV receivers
mode when using OXY MASK or
station identification. Light illuminates
BOOM SET mike
Transmission keys amber when selected.
INT: hot mike position. Interphone
Only one key can be engaged at
is always operative between crew
a time. It illuminates white when
stations. Other transmissions require
selected
to select a transmission key and use
a PTT pb
NEUTRAL: Interphone is inoperative.
Volume control knob Other transmissions require selecting
to set volume from associated a transmission key and using a PTT
communication or navigation pushbutton.
facilities RAD: This position is required
to automatically connect for
transmissions BOOM SET and OXY
MASK mikes without using a PTT pb,
when released the selector is spring-
loaded to NEUTRAL.

4. VHF control ATA 23


VCP

MCDU

MCP

MCP and MCDU allow to tune VHF frequencies

MCDU allows to:


set the squelch (SQL - ON/OFF)
set directly the EMER frequency (121.5 Mhz)

VHF 1 Frequency Display

Selection Push Button


To change the selection cursor Rotary selector
To VHF To tune the VHF frequency

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5. AUDIO SEL pb ATA 23


AUDIO SEL
Controls functioning of associated
RCAU processing board.
FAULT NORM: RCAU functions normally
illuminates amber and the FWS
is activated when an associated
RCAU processing board failure or ALTN
power loss is detected affected crew station is connected
directly to VHF 1 for CAPT station
or VHF 2 for F/O station.
Volume is adjusted by affected
loudspeaker volume control

6. Loudspeaker volume knobs ATA 23

LOUDSPEAKER
Communication reception.
In case of aural alert:
normal volume is always available
regardless of knobs position.
during any transmission the volume of
both loudspeakers is muted

7. TCAS control box ATA 34


VCP

MCDU

MCP

MCP and MCDU allow to set between


AUTO, TA ONLY and STBY

MCDU allows to set between ABV, NORM,


BLW on the displays.

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8. EMER LOC XMTR panel ATA 23

AUTO TEST RST Switch


is used in case of undue alert or to AUTO transmission is made
test the emergency beacon. two automatically on 121.5 MHz,
cases are possible for the test 243 MHz and 406 MHz when
network X MIT ALERT illuminates deceleration exceeds 5 g
amber during 2 MAN allows commanded
failure XMIT ALERT lt flashes operation or test
during 15 seconds

9. Cabin attendant handset ATA 23


Cabin attendant handset
PA: public adress to make an
annoncement to passengers
INT: internal communications with
crew
EMER: emergency call

10. Handmike and handset ATA 23

11. CALLS panel ATA 23


CALLS
ATTND to call cabin from cockpit.
EMER One time for a normal call
three times for an emergency call
illuminates in case of
MECH to call the ground crew from cockpit
emergency call from cabin A horn is generated
In case of cabin crew or ground crew call,
depress RESET to cancel both associated
visual and aural alerts

12. Head set / boom set /


hand mike panels ATA 23
Head set / boom set panel /
hand mike panels
allows connection of a boom set,
ahead set and a hand mike

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13. ATC control ATA 23

VCP

MCDU
MCP and MCDU allow:
to set the transponder
code
to set the mode (ON/
STBY)
to set the ALT mode
MCP
(ON/OFF)
to set XPDR 1 or 2

MCDU allows to:


set the flight
identification (FLT ID)
set directly the EMER
code (7700)

14. CVR panel ATA 23


TEST pb
when depressed and held, the test circuit
is activated
the pointer moves to a location between
graduations 8 and 10
COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER if a headset is plugged into the jack, the
Monitor indicator for test only. 600 HZ signal is heard
Movement of pointer in white band
indicates all channels are operative ERASE pb
provides fast erasure of recordings when
the landing gear shock absorbers are
compressed and parking brake is set
HEADSET jack (depress for 2 sec. to completly erase)
when headset is plugged into the During erasure, a 400Hz audio signal can
jack: be heard in the headset
cockpit sounds picked up by the
microphone are audible
erase tone is audible when MICROPHONE
ERASE pb is depressed picks up cockpit conversations and alert
sounds

15. Crew oxygen mask ATA 23

A micro phone is incorporated


inside the crew oxygen mask

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1. Sources of power ATA 24


Three type of currents are available: Direct current (DC)
Alternating current with constant frequency (AC)
Alternating current with variable frequency (ACW)

Two DC starter/generators
<45% NH starter mode
>61,5% NH generator mode

AC power
Two batteries DC power 28 VDC Two inverters VAC 26 V
VAC 115 V

DC GPU

Two AC wild frequency


ACW power TRU (Emergency
alternators DC power 28 VDC
115V/200V supply)
minimum NP 66%

AC GPU
The TRU provides power to the emer-
gency loads in case of dual DC generators
loss. It is supplied by the ACW bus 2.

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The DC Starter Generator is driven by the HP spool throught the Accessorry Gear Box (AGB)
From 0 to 45% NH as a Starter
Above 61.5% as a Generator
The ACW Generator is driven by the Reduction Gear Box, and is available when NP > 66%

DC Starter
Generator Accessory
gear box

ACW
Generator

Reduction
gear box

In Hotel Mode or with the propeller feathered, there is no ACW.


When the propeller is unfeathered (CL in AUTO /100% OVRD), The NP is maintained at a minimum of 70,8%, in order to
have ACW (minimum 66%)

DC Starter
Generator Accessory
gear box

ACW
Generator

Reduction
gear box

HOTEL MODE OR PROPELLER FEATHERED

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2. DC-AC schematic ATA 24


2.1. Normal supply: On ground with battery only
AC BUS 1 AC BUS 2

AC STBY BUS

BAT
INV 1 INV 2
ON

TRU

DC STBY BUS

DC DC
EMER ESS
BUS BUS

HOT HOT
EMER MAIN
BAT BAT
BUS BUS
EMER MAIN
BAT CHG BAT CHG

DC/AC overhead panel

The GOUND HANDLING BUS is supplied only on


DC BUS 1 UTLY UTLY DC BUS 2 ground, by three different ways:
BUS 1 BUS 2
BAT OFF or BAT ON with the EXT PWR not available,
the GND HDLG BUS is supplied by the HOT MAIN BAT
BUS for ground servicing only when:
-The refueling panel is open
BTC -The cargo door control panel is open
-The passenger door is open
DC SVCE BUS
BAT OFF or BAT ON with the EXT PWR available but
DC GEN 1 DC GEN 2 not ON, the GND HDLG BUS is supplied from the EXT
EXT. PWR
)$8/7 $9$,/ )$8/7 PWR via the DC SVCE BUS
BAT ON with EXT PWR ON or with one GEN on line,
GND HDLG the GND HDLG BUS is supplied by the from the DC
BUS
BUS 1 via DC SVCE BUS.
NOTE: The GND HDLG BUS is disconnected when airborne.

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2.2. Normal Supply: On ground with external power


AC BUS 1 AC BUS 2

AC STBY BUS

BAT
INV 1 INV 2
ON

TRU

DC STBY BUS

DC DC
EMER ESS
BUS BUS

HOT HOT
EMER MAIN
BAT BAT
BUS BUS
EMER MAIN
BAT CHG BAT CHG

DC BUS 1 UTLY UTLY DC BUS 2


BUS 1 BUS 2

DC/AC overhead panel

BTC

DC SVCE BUS
DC GEN 1 EXT. PWR DC GEN 2

)$8/7 $9$,/ )$8/7

21
GND HDLG
BUS

The BTC is closed and the GPU supplies all the DC and AC busses.
Even if the GEN are available, the GPU has always priority.

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2.3. Hotel mode or DC GEN 1 FAULT


AC BUS 1 AC BUS 2

AC STBY BUS

BAT
INV 1 INV 2
ON

TRU

DC STBY BUS

DC DC
EMER ESS
BUS BUS

HOT HOT
EMER MAIN
BAT BAT
BUS BUS
EMER MAIN
BAT CHG BAT CHG

DC BUS 1 UTLY UTLY DC BUS 2


BUS 1 BUS 2

DC/AC overhead panel

BTC

DC SVCE BUS
DC GEN 1 EXT. PWR DC GEN 2

)$8/7

GND HDLG
BUS

The BTC is closed and the GEN 2 supplies all the DC and AC busses.

In hotel mode the GND HDLG BUS is supplied by the DC BUS 1 through
the DC SVCE BUS.

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2.4. Normal supply: with two generators on line


AC BUS 1 AC BUS 2

AC STBY BUS

BAT
INV 1 INV 2
ON

TRU

DC STBY BUS

DC DC
EMER ESS
BUS BUS

HOT HOT
EMER MAIN
BAT BAT
BUS BUS
EMER MAIN
BAT CHG BAT CHG

DC BUS 1 UTLY UTLY DC BUS 2


BUS 1 BUS 2

DC/AC overhead panel

BTC

DC SVCE BUS
DC GEN 1 EXT. PWR DC GEN 2

GND HDLG
BUS

The BTC is opened and each GEN supply its respective busses.
On ground the GND HDLG BUS is supplied by the DC BUS 1 through
the DC SVCE BUS, and disconnected when airborne.

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2.5. Emergency supply: In dual DC GEN LOSS with the


battery toggle switch on OVRD
AC BUS 1 AC BUS 2

AC STBY BUS
The BAT toggle switch has to be selected to
OVRD.
BAT The OVRD position ensures that busses are
INV 1 INV 2
supplied by their respective battery by overriding
OVRD all protections. This position is protected by
a switch guard.
TRU

DC STBY BUS

DC DC
EMER ESS
BUS BUS

HOT HOT
EMER MAIN
BAT BAT
BUS BUS
EMER MAIN
BAT CHG BAT CHG

DC BUS 1 UTLY UTLY DC BUS 2


BUS 1 BUS 2

BTC

DC SVCE BUS
DC GEN 1 EXT. PWR DC GEN 2

)$8/7 )$8/7

GND HDLG DC/AC overhead panel


BUS

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2.6. Emergency supply: In dual DC GEN LOSS with the


battery toggle switch on OVRD and second OVRD selected
AC BUS 1 AC BUS 2

After a Dual DC GEN loss, the UNDV is triggered


when the DC STBY BUS <19,5 V.
AC STBY BUS Then, by pushing on the OVRD the DC and AC
STBY BUS are transfered from the HOT MAIN
BAT BAT BUS to the HOT EMER BAT BUS.
INV 1 INV 2 When passing to OVRD, the DC STBY BUS
voltage is recovered and the UND/V extinguishes.
OVRD

TRU

DC STBY BUS

DC DC
EMER ESS
BUS BUS

HOT HOT
EMER MAIN
BAT BAT
BUS BUS
EMER MAIN
BAT CHG BAT CHG

DC BUS 1 UTLY UTLY DC BUS 2


BUS 1 BUS 2

BTC

DC SVCE BUS
DC GEN 1 EXT. PWR DC GEN 2

)$8/7 )$8/7
DC/AC overhead panel
GND HDLG
BUS

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2.7. Emergency supply: In dual DC GEN LOSS with TRU


AC BUS 1 AC BUS 2

AC STBY BUS

BAT
INV 1 INV 2

OVRD

TRU

ON
DC STBY BUS

DC DC
EMER ESS
BUS BUS

HOT HOT
EMER MAIN
BAT BAT
EMER BUS BUS
MAIN
BAT CHG BAT CHG

DC BUS 1 UTLY UTLY DC BUS 2


BUS 1 BUS 2

DC/AC overhead panel

BTC

DC SVCE BUS
DC GEN 1 EXT. PWR DC GEN 2

)$8/7 )$8/7

GND HDLG
BUS

The TRU connected to the ACW BUS 2 supplies DC EMER BUS,


DC ESS BUS, DC&AC STBY BUSSES.

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3. DC-AC panel ATA 24

UNDV BUS OFF


DC STBY < 19.5 V. Associated bus deenergized.
ELEC STBY UNDV on FWS ELEC AC 1 (2) on FWS

INV FAULT
OVRD Under/over voltage at INV output.
Xfer/stby busses from HOT MAIN (INV failure or supply loss). Auto-
to HOT EMER BAT BUS Xfer of all AC busses to remaining
inverter. ELEC INV 1 (2) on FWS
Arrows
Emergency supply indicators
OVRD
(respective battery discharging)
Insures basic mode operation by
overriding all other protections
TRU
ON PB in. TRU is connected to
ACW BUS 2. Arrow illuminates ON
green when DC EMER, DC STBY, Basic mode: STBY busses
INV 1, AC STBY and DC ESS BUS supplied by HOT MAIN BAT BUS.
are supplied by TRU Ext or gen power: DC STBY bus
transferred to HOT EMER BAT BUS
AC STBY BUS to DC BUS 1
EMER BAT CHG
FAULT: Overheat detected by
MFC or failure of contactor. ELEC OFF
BAT CHG on FWS ESS BUS, DC STBY BUS + INV 1 are
Contactor auto opens if: thermal isolated from HOT MAIN BAT BUS
runaway/bus voltage <25 V. Start DC EMER BUS is isolated from
sequence: Bat sw on OVRD HOT EMER BAT BUS

DC BUS OFF
BTC
Respective bus not supplied.
The BPCU controls BTC operation.
ELEC DC 1 (2) on FWS
Ext power, hotel mode or single
gen operation, BTC is closed
DC SVCE/UTLY BUS (green flow bar)
DC SVCE supplies power in flight
and on ground during airplane
servicing operations. ISOL
UTLY BUSSES supply non- BTC and BTR opened (released
essential loads out)
SHED: In automatic shedding
One of the DC SVCE/UTLY 1 and
2 busses is shed by the BPCU. DC GEN 1/2
SHED: In manual shedding (P/B FAULT: protection trip by GCU;
selected OFF) Auto reset if underspeed. BTC
all DC SVCE/UTLY 1 and 2 busses auto closes ELEC DC 1 ( 2) on
are shed FWS

DC GEN 1/2
AVAIL
Generator FAULT Lt.
GPU has been checked by BPCU
Extinguishes above 61.5% NH if
for over/under voltage, over
GEN is operating normally
current and polarity

X START FAIL
Opposite generator has not come EXT PWR
on line to assist start at 10 % NH AVAIL + ON: GPU has prioity on
ELEC X START on FWS both generators

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Item Display Description Item Display Description

TRU P/B OFF WITH ACW BUS 2


DC GEN P/B ON & NORMAL TRU OFF
DC GEN X
OPERATION
TRU P/B OFF WITH ACW BUS 2 ON
AND TRU SUPPLY NOT AVAILABLE
TRU
GREEN LINE WITH FULL ARROW
ACW COMING FROM ACW WHITE LABEL
1 DC GEN P/B OFF
TRU P/B ON WITH ACW BUS 2 ON
AND TRU SUPPLY NOT AVAILABLE
TRU
GREEN LINE WITH FULL ARROW
ACW COMING FROM ACW WHITE LABEL
8
DC GEN FAULT TRU P/B ON WITH ACW BUS 2 ON
AND TRU SUPPLY AVAILABLE
TRU
GREEN LINE WITH FULL ARROW
ACW COMING FROM ACW WHITE LABEL
EXT PWR
AVAIL EXTERNAL POWER AVAILABLE
ON TRU P/B ON WITH ACW BUS OFF
TRU

EXT PWR TRU P/B OFF WITH ACW BUS 2 ON


EXTERNAL POWER AVAILABLE
2 AVAIL
AND SELECTED (ON) TRU
AND TRU SUPPLY AVAILABLE
ON
GREEN LINE WITH FULL ARROW
ACW COMING FROM ACW WHITE LABEL
EXT PWR EXTERNAL POWER NOT EMER BUS VALID VOLTAGE AND
EMER BUS
AVAILABLE BUT SELECTED >18V
ON
ON
9
EMER BUS
EMER BUS INVALID VOLTAGE AND/
OR <18V
BTC
ISOL NORM CONDITION DC STBY BUS VALID VOLTAGE AND
OVRD UNDV
DC STBY BUS >18V WITH OVRD UND/V PB IN
3 NORM POS.
BTC DC STBY BUS VALID VOLTAGE AND
ISOL
ISOL CONDITION OVRD UNDV
10 DC STBY BUS >18V WITH OVRD UND/V PB IN
OVRD POS.
DC BUS X
DC BUS ON OVRD UNDV DC STBY BUS INVALID VOLTAGE
ON DC STBY BUS
AND/OR <18V
4
DC BUS X DC ESS BUS 1 (OR 2) VALID
DC BUS OFF ESS BUS
OFF VOLTAGE AND >18V
11
DC ESS BUS 1 (OR 2) INVALID
ESS BUS
UTLY BUS X DC UTLY BUS ON VOLTAGE AND <18V

UTLY BUS X
5 DC UTLY BUS OFF

UTLY BUS X DC UTLY BUS FAULT

SHED
6 DC UTILITY BUS SHED MESSAGE

SVCE BUS DC SVCE BUS ON

OFF
7 SVCE BUS DC SVCE BUS OFF

OFF
SVCE BUS DC SVCE BUS FAULT

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21 22 10
23

19
15
16
12

18
14

17
13

20
20

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Item Display Description Item Display Description


HOT BUS HOT BUS
MAIN BAT
DC MAIN BUS VALID VOLTAGE AND EMER BAT
DC EMER BUS VALID VOLTAGE
28 V >18V 28 V AND >18V

HOT BUS DC MAIN BUS VALID VOLTAGE AND HOT BUS DC EMER BUS VALID VOLTAGE
12 MAIN BAT
28 V
>18V WITH BAT TOGGLE P/B SW 16 EMER BAT
28 V
AND >18V WITH BAT TOGGLE
IN OVRD POSITION P/B SW IN OVRD POSITION
HOT BUS HOT BUS
MAIN BAT
DC MAIN BUS INVALID VOLTAGE EMER BAT
DC EMER BAT INVALID VOLTAGE
28 V OR <18V 28 V OR <18V
EMER BAT
DC MAIN BAT VALID VOLTAGE AND DC EMER BAT VALID VOLTAGE
XX V XX V
>18V AND >18V
EMER BAT
DC EMER BAT VALID VOLTAGE
DC MAIN BAT VALID VOLTAGE AND 17 XX V
13 XX V AND <18V
<18V EMER BAT
-- V DC EMER BUS INVALID VOLTAGE
-- V DC MAIN BAT INVALID VOLTAGE
EMER BAT CHG P/B SW
CHG
OFF
RELEASED (CHARGE CONTACTOR
CHG MAIN BAT CHG P/B SW RELEASED OPENED)
OFF (CHARGE CONTACTOR OPENED) EMER BAT CHG P/B SW PRESSED
IN (CHARGE CONTACTOR CLOSED)
MAIN BAT CHG P/B SW PRESSED CHG WITH DC BUS 1 NOT SUPPLYING
IN (CHARGE CONTACTOR CLOSED) OFF THE EMER BATTERY OR WITH
WITH DC BUS 2 NOT SUPPLYING TOGGLE P/B SW ON OVRD
CHG
OFF
THE MAIN BATTERY OR WITH POSITION
TOGGLE P/B SW ON OVRD
POSITION, OR CAUTION ON MAIN
18 EMER BAT CHG P/B SW PRESSED
14 DC BAT
IN (CHARGE CONTACTOR CLOSED)
WITH DC BUS 1 SUPPLYING
MAIN BAT CHG P/B SW PRESSED CHG
OFF
THE EMER BATTERY AND WITH
IN (CHARGE CONTACTOR CLOSED) TOGGLE P/B SW NOT ON OVRD
CHG
OFF
WITH DC BUS 2 SUPPLYING THE POSITION, OR CAUTION ON EMER
MAIN BATTERY OR WITH TOGGLE DC BAT
P/B SW NOT ON OVRD POSITION
EMER BAT CHG P/B SW PRESSED
CHG
MAIN BAT CHG P/B SW PRESSED IN (CHARGE CONTACTOR CLOSED)
CHG FAULT
FAULT
IN (CHARGE CONTACTOR CLOSED) WITH DC EMER BAT IN FAULT
WITH DC MAIN DC BAT IN FAULT
IF ABNORMAL DISCHARGE OF THE
19 EMER BATTERY
IF ABNORMAL DISCHARGE OF THE
15 MAIN BATTERY
20 BAT OVRD IF TOGGLE SW IN OVRD POSITION

Item Display Description

AC BUS 1
OF AC BUS ON

21
AC BUS X
OFF AC BUS OFF

AC STBY BUS AC STBY BUS ON


22
AC STBY BUS AC STBY BUS OFF

INV X INVERTER NORMAL


FAULT
FUNCTIONNING
23
INV X
FAULT INVERTER FAULT

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5. ACW schematic ATA 24


ACW BUS 1 ACW BUS 2 TRU

SVCE BUS

ACW ACW ACW


GEN 1 GPU GEN 2

NP=0 NP=0
ACW supplied by the External Power
When the AC GPU is available (AVAIL) but not ON, the GPU supplies only the ACW
Service Bus, if the GND Service Bus switch, on the ight attendant panel, is ON.
When the AC GPU is ON, the GPU supplies through the BTC, the ACW BUS 1, the ACW
BUS 2 and the ACW SVCE BUS.
Even if one ACW generator is available, the GPU has always priority.

ACW BUS 1 ACW BUS 2 TRU

SVCE BUS

ACW ACW ACW


GEN 1 GPU GEN 2

NP=0 NP=0 in hotel mode


NP<20% with prop feathered
ACW in Hotel mode or with the propeller feathered
NOTE: An ACW Generator is available if the NP is above 66%.
When the right engine is running in hotel mode, the NP=0.
When the engines are running but the propellers are feathered, the NP is bellow 20%
In both cases the ACW Busses are not supplied

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ACW BUS 1 ACW BUS 2 TRU

SVCE BUS

ACW ACW ACW


GEN 1 GPU GEN 2

NP=0 NP=70.8%
The propeller unfeathered and one ACW GEN on line
On ground, when the propeller is unfeathered, the engine is running on fuel governing mode.
The fuel governing mode, maintain a minimum NP of 70.8%, in order to have the ACW
available (ACW GEN on line at 66%)
The ACW GEN supplies, the ACW BUS 2 and ACW BUS 1 through the BTC, but the SVCE
BUS is shed (one generator is not able to supply all the busses)
CAUTION: on ground in case of an EEC or PEC fault, the fuel governing mode is lost and the
ACW generator is not available (NP<66%)

ACW BUS 1 ACW BUS 2 TRU

SVCE BUS

ACW ACW ACW


GEN 1 GPU GEN 2

NP=100% NP=100%

Normal condition in ight


The ACW GEN 1 supplies the ACW BUS 1 and the ACW SVCE BUS
The ACW GEN 2 supplied the ACW BUS 2.
The TRU is connected to the ACW BUS 2

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ACW BUS 1 ACW BUS 2 TRU

SVCE BUS

ACW ACW ACW


GEN 1 GPU GEN 2

NP=100% NP=100%

One Generator Fault


When one generator is fault, the other one supplies the ACW BUS1 and the ACW BUS 2
through the BTC.
The SVCE BUS is automatically shed (one generator is not able to supply all the busses)

6. ACW panel ATA 24

BTC (green flow bar)


ACW BUS OFF Auto closure when either ACW
Associated bus not supplied. GEN drops off line
ELEC ACW 1 (2) on FWS

ACW GEN 2 and


ACW GEN 1
ACW GEN 1 /2 Min NP for ACW = 66 %. The
FAULT: Auto reset in case of fuel governing mode maintains
under/over speed. a MIN NP of 70.8% to be
ACW SVCE BUS auto shed always above 66%.
if 1 GEN is out. ELEC ACW EXT PWR The fuel governing mode is
GEN 1(2) on FWS AVAIL + ON GPU has priority over cancelled with the propeller
both GEN feathered (No ACW)

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7. SD page

6 5

2 3

1 4

Item Display Description Item Display Description

DC TRU P/B OFF WITH ACW BUS 2


ACW GEN1 ACW GEN ON
TRU OFF

DC TRU P/B OFF WITH ACW BUS 2 ON


1 ACW GEN1
OFF
ACW GEN OFF
TRU AND TRU SUPPLY NOT AVAILABLE

ACW GEN1 ACW GEN FAULT DC TRU P/B ON WITH ACW BUS 2 ON
FAULT AND TRU SUPPLY NOT AVAILABLE
TRU
5
ACW BUS x DC TRU P/B ON WITH ACW BUS 2 ON
OFF
ACW BUS ON
TRU AND TRU SUPPLY AVAILABLE
2
ACW BUS x
OFF
ACW BUS OFF TRU P/B ON WITH ACW BUS 2 OFF
TRU

BTC TRU P/B OFF WITH ACW BUS 2 ON


NORM CONDITION DC
ISOL
TRU AND TRU SUPPLY AVAILABLE
3
BTC
ISOL CONDITION HYD AUX PUMP SUPPLYING,
ISOL DC BUS 2
DC BUS 2 ON
EXT AC 6
AVAIL EXTERNAL POWER AVAILABLE HYD AUX PUMP SUPPLYING,
ON MAIN BAT DC BUS 2 OFF AND DC MAIN BAT
VOLTAGE >18V
EXT AC EXTERNAL POWER AVAILABLE
4 AVAIL
ON AND SELECTED ON

EXT AC EXTERNAL POWER NOT


AVAIL
ON AVAILABLE BUT SELECTED ON

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8. Breaker panels ATA 24


8.1. Overhead panel

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8.2. Electric rack behind F/O

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H. Emergency equipment
FCOM 1.07

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The aircraft is equipped with fire fighting, oxygen, first aid equipment and emergency lightning.

1. Emergency equipment situation


oxygen bottle
halon oxygen mask
extinguisher emergency type I service life jacket
crash axe life jackets exit type III door flash light

flash light
goggles
oxygen
masks
halon
extinguisher

fire resistant
gloves

water
hood extinguisher first aid kit
goggles flash light emergency exit bag containing
oxygen mask smoke hood type III oxygen masks smoke hood type I entry door

2. Emergency lighting system ATA 33


Emergency exit Emergency exit
signs signs
External Cabin general External
emergency lighting illumination emergency lighting

Emergency
Emergency
exit sign
exit sign

Floor proximity escape path marking

Emergency exit Emergency exit


External
signs signs
emergency lighting

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H. Emergency equipment

3. First aid kit ATA 25


contains bandages, burn dressings, small
adhesive dressings, antiseptic wound cleaner,
adhesive wound closures, disposable
resuscitation aid, wound dressings, large
and small, adhesive tape, safety pins and
scissors, simple analgesic, antiemetic, nasal
decongestant, first-aid handbook, splints,
suitable for upperand lower limbs, gastro-
intestinal antacid, anti-diarrhoel medication,
disposable gloves

4. Crash axe ATA 25

Crash axe with pick and edge


Handle insulated up to 2000V to
open a door or a compartment

5. Megaphone ATA 25

megaphone (72 only)

6. Flashing light ATA 25

With batteries, morse code switch

7. Life jacket ATA 25

With oral inflation tube, CO2


sparklets, inflation red toggle,
whistle, straps, battery, light

8. Escape rope ATA 25

used to evacuate the cockpit

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9. Gloves ATA 25

To protect against heat

10. Water extinguisher ATA 26

Water extinguisher
2 liters of water with an anti-ice
additive
discharge time: 30 to 40

11. Halon extinguisher ATA 26

Halon extinguisher
1.2 kg of halon gas
discharge time: 8 to 10

12. Oxygen schematic ATA 35

To ight
crew
members
Modules for 72/42- 600

Oxygen bottle

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13. Oxygen panel and display ATA 35


MAIN SUPPLY
pb in: crew supply only PAX SUPPLY
ON 25% off the passengers
HP INDICATOR
oxygen bottle pressure.
Red arc 0 to 85 psi
Green arc 85 to 2025 psi LO PR
If below 1400 psi, use table supply below 50 psi. OXY on FWS

MAIN SUPPLY OFF

MAIN SUPPLY ON
PAX SUPPLY OFF
PRESSURE AVAILABLE

MAIN SUPPLY ON
PAX SUPPLY ON
PRESSURE AVAILABLE

MAIN SUPPLY ON
PAX SUPPLY OFF
LOW PRESSURE DETECTED

MAIN SUPPLY ON
PAX SUPPLY ON
LOW PRESSURE DETECTED

14. Cockpit crew oxygen mask ATA 35


PRESS TO TEST AND RESET BLINKER
permits a test of oxygen flow displays a yellow cross when there
without removing the mask from is oxygen flow and black when
the container. It is springloaded to there is none.
the reset position

N/100% PUSH OXYGEN MASKS


rocker controls the selection of nor- quick donning inflatable harness
mal or 100% oxygen for mask de- type
livery. It is locked in the 100% posi- release clips: squeeze them to un-
tion by the unlock rocker lock the container doors

EMERGENCY
selector activates pressurization of
mask delivery flow when N/100%
rocker is at 100%

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15. Portable oxygen bottle ATA 35


Portable oxygen bottle (green) with
pressure gauge and
re-charge valve
120 liters under pressure
(1800 psi)
duration: 30 min at 4 ltr/mn
1 bottle > 42
2 bottles > 72

16. Passenger oxygen mask ATA 35

12 Oxygen masks for 42


19 Oxygen masks for 72
equipped with valves, bag and
elastic strap

17. Protective breathing equipment ATA 26


Protective breathing equipment
(PBE)
to supply 15 min pure oxygen with PBE
hood, visor, speaking diaphragm stowage box
and oronasal mask
2 PBE > 42
3 PBE > 72

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I. Fire protection
FCOM 1.08

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The fire protection system provides detection, warning and extinguishing for each engine, cabin and lavatory.

1. Schematic ATA 26
FIRE DETECTION FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM

AND
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Bottle N1 Bottle N2

(1*),5(

ENG 1

ENG 2

2. Avionics FWD and AFT smoke


detection ATA 26
FORWARD CARGO SMOKE DETECTION AFT CARGO OR LAVATORY SMOKE DETECTION

AVIONICS COMPARTMENT SMOKE DETECTION AIR CAUTION / FAN FAILURE

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I. Fire protection

3. Fire handle ATA 26

SQUIB TEST LOOP ENGINE FIRE HANDLE


Electrical test of the squibs FAULT: change in resistance, Pulled on the respective engine:
inhibits fire signal until turned off. PROP: feather
LOOP 1A (1B, 2A, 2B) on FWS FUEL: LP valve closed
(DC emer) AIR: BLEED and HP valve closed
DEICING: deice and shutoff
valve closed
ELEC : DC and ACW gen.
disconnected
SQUIBS armed lts illumination
+ Hydraulic to prop brake closed
AGENT 1
on engine 2
DISCH: Bottle depressurized.
Opposite agent DISCH light will
also illuminate on other fire panel. Agent 2 bottle located on the
Bottle located in the wing fairing of opposite side
the associated side
FIRE TEST
MW + CRC + ENG 1 FIRE on FWS
+ fire handle illuminated + FUEL
S/O light on CL (if out of FUEL S/O
position)

AGENT
SQUIB OFF
armed when T handle pulled. FAULT TEST takes respective loop out of
Discharges bottle. MC + SC + LOOP on FWS parallel circuit. Allows other loop to
(DC EMER/HOT MAIN BAT) Fault lights in A/B loop pb activate fire signal alone.

4. EWD (Engine and Warning Display)


Engine Fire detected by two
loops. (Not detected if one loop
fault. Detection recovered when
the faulty loop is selected OFF)

LOOP
Engine fire loop FAULT. When a
loop FAULT. No detection of Engine
Fire (Detection recovered when the
faulty loop is selected OFF)

NAC OVHT
RH Nacelle Overheat >170C
Alert on FWS

5. Condition levers fuel light ATA 26

FUEL SO
Illuminates red in case of fire
signal from associated engine.
Extinguishes after CL is set at fuel
shut off position or if fire detection
signal stops

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6. Compartment smoke panel ATA 26


NORM
one fan runs
SMK TEST FAULT: the fan is out of order
Tests the smoke detectors and illuminates amber + FWS is
operation activated
ALTN: The alternate fan runs,
ALTN light illuminates cyan

Normal operation

Fan Fault associated with


DET FANS AIR AFT DET FAN on FWS

Aft Fan Fault, selection


ALTN DET FANS of the alternate FAN

On SD CABIN

7. SD cabin

Avionics smoke

Forward cargo
smoke

Aft cargo
compartment
smoke
Lavatory smoke

Aft compartment
& lavatory
Detection fans

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FCOM 1.09

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The elevators, ailerons and rudder are me-


chanically actuated

The spoilers and flaps are hydraulically


actuated.

1. Roll schematic ATA 27

2. Pitch schematic ATA 27

In case of jamming, pitch control will be re-


covered by disengaging the pitch coupling
system (by applying a differential force of
52 daN).

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3. Yaw schematic ATA 27

4. Gust lock ATA 27


GUST LOCK lever
permits to lock mechanically the
roll and pitch axes against wind
gusts. The PL travel is limited to
slightly above FI.

Aircraft equipped with a spring tab on the aileron.


The roll locking system is composed of two electro-mechanical
locking devices.
The AIL LOCK is triggered whenever one of the locking
actuators is in disagreement with the gust lock position (lock
or unlock position)

5. Stick Shaker/Stick Pusher


push button and display ATA 27

STICK SHAKER / PUSHER PB


FAULT light indicates a stick
pusher or stick shaker failure
OFF position: enables to switch
OFF the stick pusher and the stick
shaker system
STICK PUSHER
illuminates to indicate that the stick
pusher is operating

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6. Spoilers position indicator ATA 27


SPOILERS position indicator
When illuminated, each green light
indicates that the associated spoiler is
not in the fully retracted position (more
than 2.5 aileron travel)

7. Pitch trim asym light ATA 27


PITCH TRIM ASYM
Amber labels are displayed to indicate
a pitch tabs desynchronization greater
than 0.7

8. Trim position indicator ATA 27


Pitch trim position
indicates the right trim actuator
controlled tab travel.
A green sector identifies the take off
range. If take off (or take off config
test) is performed with pitch trim out
of this range, CONFIG warning will
be generated by the FWS.

Roll trim position


indicates the LH aileron trim
controlled tab travel

Yaw trim position


indicates units of trim motor
displacement

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AP engaged

Manual mode

Associated to:
PITCH TRIM ASYM on FWS
Or
PITCH MISTRIM or AP PITCH TRIM FAIL with AP engaged,
on FMA and FWS
Or
Pointer outside of green band in pre take off condition
(Take off CONFIG)

AP engaged
Yaw Damper engaged
Manual mode (Yaw Auto Trim active)

Associated to: Manual mode


RETRIM ROLL L(R) WING DN Yaw Damper off (no Yaw Auto Trim)
In case of roll retrim with AP engaged
The cyan arrow indicates the side to retrim Associated to:
The trim is inhibited on the other side. RUDDER MISTRIM on FMA
Or
Associated to: YAW AUTOTRIM FAIL on FWS
AILERON MISTRIM
On FMA The cyan arrow indicates the side to retrim
The cyan arrow indicates the side to retrim
The trim is inhibited on the other side

9. Trim controls ATA 27


Roll TRIM control SW
controls the roll trim actuator. For
operation, both sws must be moved
and held in the same direction (L WING
DN or R WING DN) to energize the
system (safety reasons).
The roll trim is inhibited during autopilot
operation.
Yaw TRIM control switches When the autopilot is engaged, the
controls the yaw trim actuator. RETRIM ROLL R(L) WING DOWN
As a safety device both levers or AILERON MISTRIM messages
must be moved and held in the can be triggered on the FMA. These
same direction (nose LH or nose messages authorize to retrim on the
RH) to energize the system and dedicated side. The other side is still
trim the aircraft. When used, the inhibited
RCU is declutched. The Yaw TRIM
manual control is inhibited when
the autopilot is engaged (Yaw STBY PITCH control SW
autotrim) is a guarded sw which controls the
When the autopilot is engaged, the electrical motors of each trim actuator.
RUDDER MISTRIM message Action on this switch will disengage the
can be triggered on FMA. autopilot.

Pitch trim rocker


two switches installed on each control wheel. It is necessary
to operate both rocker switches to activate the normal
electrical motor of each trim actuator and to control nose up
or down. The switches are spring loaded to neutral position.
An aural whooler is generated by the FWS if trim is used for
more than 1 second.
Action on this switch will disengage the autopilot.

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12. Flaps control lever ATA 27

FLAPS control lever


controls the flaps operation.
Distinct positions correspond to
flaps 0, 15, 30 (72-600) or 25,
35 (42-600)

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FCOM 1.10

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1. Schematic ATA 31

The Avionics Full DupleX switched ethernet (AFDX) allows transmission of data in all directions between the CAC
1&2 and the DUs. The AFDX is controlled by the SWMs (Module of the CAC). The SWM (Gateway and Switch module) is
connecting together CPM (Core Processing Module) and other Avionics Data Network subscribers.
SWM external interface mainly consists of: AFDX with the 5 Display Units, AFDX with the CPM, AFDX interconnection be-
tween the 2 SWM, Ethernet with dataloading Port.
AFCS (Auto Flight Control System) is managed by the two Auto Flight Control Application (AFCA) of the CACs.
The AFCAs receives data from the two ADC, two AHRS and aircraft equipments as navigation and some sensors.The
AFCAs receives data from the two FMS (Flight Management Application: DU 2 & 4). The AFCS generates commands to
flight control actuators and to the FD bars.
AHRS (Attitude and Heading Reference System) comprises: (1) An AHRU (Attitude and Heading Reference Unit)
which integrates inertial components, to compute the gyro-heading, the attitude, acceleration and the vertical speed.
(2) A Removable Memory Module to store compensation parameters (3) A flux valve which detects the direction of the
earths magnetic field line. The AHRS gyro-magnetic heading computation automatically updates the heading value with
the magnetic heading of the flux valve.
ADC (Air Data Computers) is supplied with static air pressure (static ports), total air pressure (pitot ports), total air
temperature (TAT probe). With these inputs, the ADC computes pressure altitude, IAS, TAS, TAT, SAT.
DU (Display Unit):
Collects all the data, coming from the AFDX (CAC 1 & 2), from Arinc 429 (control panels, CACs, aircraft equipments),
from discrete lines
Converts the data in video format, through the FDA (Flight Display Application).
NOTES: The FMA (Flight Management Application) and RMA (Radio Management Apllication) are part of the DU 2 & 4
Each DU can display three different formats: the Primary Flight Display (PFD), the Multi Function Display (MFD), the Engine
and Warning Display (EWD)

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2. PFD (Primary Fight Display) ATA 31

ROLL ATTITUDE Bank angle limit: Vertical ARM, CAPTURE9 and


scale 0 , 10, 20, 30, 45 and 60 two green ticks HOLD mode
Lateral ARM, CAPTURE9 and
HOLD mode
Flight Mode Annunciator
(FMA) SLIP indicator

Horizon and pitch scale


is white and has reference marks
every 2.5 up to 20 up or down,
then marks at 25, 30, 50, 80.

FLIGHT DIRECTOR
command bars (green)

Vertical deviation indication

RADIO ALTITUDE indication

VSI (Vertical Speed Indicator)

Altimeter: altitude tape

Lateral deviation indication

TCAS and Transponder


annunciator

DH indication

EHSI (Electronic Horizontal


Indication of True Air Speed,
Situation Indicator). The EHSI
Ground Speed, and wind
can be replaced by a mini ND
(Navigation Display) when the the
ND is replaced by an other format
Airspeed indicator: Speed tape on the MFD.

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3. MFD (Multi Function Display) ATA 31

MFD upper window

Memo panel display


VCP (Virtual Control Panel Window)

MFD upper window selection

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4. EWD (Engine and Warning Display) ATA 31

Trim indicator Primary engine


display

Brake messages
Test status

Permanent Data

Flap indicator

Alert window

Procedure window
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5. ND - ARC MODE with terrain


or weather radar information ATA 31

TERRAIN WEATHER RADAR

6. Source failure alert ATA 31

DU total loss FAIL


A fatal failure has been
detected by DU software
or by the hardware

AHRS failure ADC failure

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7. Switching panel ATA 34


ATT/HDG pb
enables to use AHRS 2 DISPLAY pb
information. When captain pb In normal conditions,
is depressed SYS 2 illuminates enables to cycle the three
white on CAPT pb, CAPT 2 formats on DU 2 (capt
illuminates green on F/O pb switching), on DU 4 (F/O
switching). In case of failure
of any DU (DU 1 or 2 on
capt side or DU 4 or 5 on
ADC pb
F/O side) enables to cycle
enables to use ADC 2 information. When captain pb
the three formats on the
is depressed SYS 2 illuminates white on CAPT pb,
remaining DU
CAPT 2 illuminates green on F/O pb

8. EFCP (control panel) ATA 31


MFD PERF page:
MFD ND page:
The performance page can be
Three different ND format can be
displayed, by pressing on the MFD MISC page:
displayed on the MFD, by pressing on the
PERF push button. Engine run up page
ND push button, and then by selecting
the format on the FORMAT rotary knob.

MFD VID page:


MFD MAP page:
MFD SYS page: In provision for video display
Airport map page
Four different system pages can be (option)
displayed on the MFD, by pressing the
SYS push button consecutively.

BRG1(2)push button: FORMAT rotary knob: MAN DEL Procedure control pb:
By pressing it, VOR1(2) or By turning it, the format of By pressing on it, procedures Allows to move on
ADF1(2) or no indication the ND is changed. inserted manually are deleted upward/downward line
is displayed. in the procedure window
and to validate actions
RCL PB
CLR PB
A first push enables to display in the
By pressing on it, a clearable
Alert Window the alert messages
alert displayed on the Alert
RANGE +/ push button: previously cleared but still detected.
Window is cleared.
By pressing it, the range of A second push scrolls down the alert
the Navigation Display page is messages list in case of overflow in
increased/decreased. the alert window. PROC MENU
By pressing on it, procedure
menu is displayed in the
procedure window.

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9. MCP (Multipurpose Control Panel) ATA 31

Multi directionnal pad


To move the cursor for choosing a
selection area

COM P/B
Selection on VCP
VHF
Enter P/B
HF 1 (if installed)
To validate the selection area
HF 2 (if installed)

NAV P/B
Selection on VCP
VOR
ADF
ND OVLY (ND
Overlay)

SURV P/B ESC P/B


(surveillance) (Escape)
Selection on VCP Before validation, the Numeric Key Board
XPDR escape P/B allows to Allows setting the frequency or
TCAS recover the previous value transponder code.

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10. Weather radar control ATA 34


Primus 660

RCT pb TGT pb
activates Rain Echo Attenuation activates target alert
GAIN Compensation technique function and
setting to set receiving amplification permits display with more accurracy
the weather situation behind storms SECT pb
Used to select either the normal
MODE selector 12 looks/minute 120 sector scan
OFF radar is off or the faster update 24 looks/
STBY radar is on but no pulse is sent minute 60 sector scan
by the antenna
TEST range at 100 NM, 3 arcs green,
yellow and red TILT control
WX normal operating position, to adjust radar antenna in pitch
intensity of weather obstacles is axis from 15 down to 15 up
displayed by different colors (black:
no cloud; green: normal cloud; yellow:
dense; red: severe storm) Turns the pitch and roll stability
G MAP enables to display ground on and off. When selected off, an
obstacles (black, pale blue, yellow, amber legend illuminates above the
magenta) pushbutton

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11. TAT/SAT indicator ATA 34


TAT indicator
indicates total air temperature

SAT indicator
indicates static air temperature

TAS indicator
indicates true air speed

12. CLOCK ATA 31

MODE P/B Elapsed time (ET) P/B


By pressing the MODE pushbutton, six When selecting the ET push button, the ET
annunciators (DT, GPS, INT, LT, ET and CHR) display comes on.
indicate which mode is selected (the functions When the elapsed time counter is stopped,
INT, LOC and DT are available in succession, by pressing the ET push button for more than
ET and CHR functions are controlled by the two seconds the display is blanked and value
ET and CHR buttons respectively, the GPS is is zeroed.
automatically selected when GPS is valid). For the time set, the ET P/B is used to
decrease the digits (-)

Chronometer (CHR) P/B


START: Display is active and the chronometer TEST P/B
starts incrementing For the time set, the TEST P/B is used to
STOP: The value displayed at the instant the increase the digits (+)
push-button was depressed is held as long as
no action occurs on this push button.
RESET: the LCD display is zeroed and blanked. Six digits display of either:
Universal Time Coordinated (from GPS or
internal time)
Date: MONTH / DAY / YEAR
Local Time

Four digits display of either:


ELAPSED TIME (ET)
CHRONOMETER TIME (CHR)

ELAPSED TIME
When depressed ON
the flight time starts
automatically
when airborne

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13. RCDR panel ATA 31

RCDR pb
when depressed, both cockpit
voice recorder and digital flight data
recorder are energized (manual
mode). ON lt illuminates cyan

RESET pb
when depressed, inhibits recording
in the manual mode

14. STBY instruments ATA 34


STANBY COMPASS

STANDBY COMPASS
Hidden in up position. Compass
control should be placed on DN for
use. The compass rose is graduated
in 10 degrees increments

IESI: Integrated Electronic Standby Instrument

Menu P/B
Enable sub function selection menu STD P/B
Reset at 1013.25Hpa, when
pushed more than 0.2 sec.
LATERAL ACCELERATION
INDEX
indicates the aircrafts lateral STANDBY AIRSPEED
acceleration. It is represented by INDICATOR
a trapezoidal index that moves The actual airspeed is given in a T
beneath the roll index. shaped window positioned in the
center of the white moving speed
tape on the left of the IESI.
Brightness

STANDBY ALTIMETER
The altitude indication is given in
STANDBY HORIZON a rectangular window positioned
The pitch scale has markers in the center of the white moving
every 2.5 degrees up to 20. altitude tape on the right of the
If pitch exceeds 25 degrees IESI.
large red chevron will indicate Altitude in meters can also be
excessive attitude and direction displayed on the IESI underneath
to follow to resume normal the altitude tape.
attitude. SET ROTARY SWITCH The barometric reference is
The roll scale has markers are SEL P/B Sub fonction menu scroller displayed in cyan. It corresponds
set at 10, 20, 30, 45, 60 degrees Change cursor selection Baro setting to either the selected barometric
of bank. between VHF COM, VHF VHF com tuning pressure or the standard pressure.
NAV, BARO SETTING VHF nav tuning
and COURSE when Course setting in VOR
VOR mode. mode

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15. Airspeed indicator ATA 34

Speed bug read out VmLB0 (icing


condition)
Speed trend
Predicted airspeed VmLB0 (normal
in 10s condition)
Maximum speed
Speed bug Flaps retraction speed Vmo/Mmo or Vfe or Vle
Automatic speed bug or Vtlu
(Magenta) managed VminOPS
by the FMS. Upper amber limit
Manual speed bug
(Cyan) selected on VPROT
the ICP. Upper red limit
Activation of the stick
V1, VR and V2 (Cyan) shaker

Actual IAS

Before rotation Initial climb Cruise

Flaps extension speed


(VFE NEXT)
VmHB15 normal (white line)
VmHB15 icing (amber line)

Flaps retraction speed

Vref
VmHB30 or Vmcl whichever is higher

Approach Flaps Approach Flaps


15 30

The speed bug is


controlled by the ICP
(Index Control Panel)

Speed target selection Speed knob


Selection of the speed bug Used to set the speed bug
between: In MAN mode
AUTO: Speed bug managed
by the FMS

MAN: Speed bug set manually


by the speed knob

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16. Altimeter ATA 34

Selected Altitude
ALT SEL

ALTITUDE ALERT
Current altitude or FL An amber frame is flashing
( 1000ft) then a yellow frame
is steady ( 250ft)

DA / MDA

Landing Elevation
Barometric setting in
Hpa and InHG

DH / MDA knob
Barometric setting knob Outer knob permits to select between
The knob is used to set the DH (Decision Height) or MDA (Minimum
barometric reference. Descent Altitude).
Pushing the knob sets standard Inner knob is used to set DH or MDA
barometric reference (29.92 INHG / values, depending of the outer knob
1013.25 Hpa) position.

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17. Vertical speed indicator and TCAS ATA 34


VS digital readout VS target readout
Set by the FGCP
Pitch Wheel (PW)

VS scale

VERTICAL SPEED
INDICATOR
based on both inertial
(AHRS) and VS pointer
barometric data (ADC).

VS target
Set by the FGCP
Pitch Wheel (PW)

Above (+) or Below ()


separation height
descending or climbing

Open diamond
Other traffic

Solid diamond
Proximate traffic (PA) traffic TCAS Status Resolution Advisory (RA)
within 1200 ft and 6 NM vertical rates to be avoided.

Solid circle RANGE RING


Traffic Advisory (TA) 2.5NM around the
Traffic in caution area 20 to A/C
48s before collision area

Solid cube
Resolution Advisory (RA) AIRCRAFT
Traffic in warning area 15 own aircraft symbol
to 35s before collision area

TCAS no bearing advisory:


In case the bearing of the TA or RA intruder is not available,
a message provides an indication on the two most
dangerous RA or TA intruders

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L. Fuel system
FCOM 1.11

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1. Schematic ATA 28
The fuel is stored in two tanks, one in each wing. Each tank is fitted with:
a vent surge tank to ensure positive pressure and allows a thermal expansion without spillage
a main wing tank
a feeder tank, always full to protect the engine feed system against negative or lateral load factors

Total quantity 4500 kg


ATR 42

Refueling panel
Refueling point
Gravity filling cap

Access door

Main wing tank

Vent surge tank (100 l)

Main wing tank Feeder tank (200 l / 160 kg) Vent surge tank

ATR 72 Total quantity 5000 kg

Refueling panel
Gravity filling cap

Access door

Main wing tank

Refueling point
Vent surge tank (100 l)

Main wing tank Feeder tank (200 l / 160 kg) Vent surge tank

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2. Electrical fuel pump OFF ATA 28


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3. Starting procedure ATA 28


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ENGINE SHUT DOWN WITH ELECTRICAL PUMP RUNNING


Both fuel engine electrical pumps push buttons are pressed IN and green RUN lights illuminate.
The electrical pumps are energized and begin to supply fuel to engines.
The FEED LO PR amber light extinguishes when the pressure is > 4 psi in the pipe.
At the same time, the feeder jet pump is activated by the electrical pump output pressure, to supply and maintain the
feeder tank full.

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4. Normal procedure ATA 28


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ENGINE RUNNING / NORMAL OPERATION OF THE FUEL SYSTEM


After engine start, the flow, from return line of the HMU, opens the Motive Flow Valve, in order to supply the Engine Feed
Jet Pump.
The Engine Feed Jet Pump begins to operate by driving fuel from the feeder tank.
At the same time, it supplies the Feeder Jet Pump.
When the Engine Feed Jet Pump outlet pressure reaches 8.5 PSI, the electrical pump is de-energized after 30s time
delay.
In normal operation of the fuel system, the engine is only supplied by the Engine Feed Jet Pump and the electrical pump is
de-energized.

Conditions to energize the electrical pump (See details on pages hereafter)


Cross feed operation
Engine Feed Jet Pump outlet pressure drops below 5 psi
Low Level

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5. Cross feed procedure ATA 28


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Cross feed valve could be used to supply an engine from the opposite tank.
The cross feed is not used to tranfer fuel from one tank to the other tank.
With the Xfeed valve push button pressed IN, the valve opens, green flow bar is horizontal. Both electrical pump are
energized.

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CROSS FEED PROCEDURE CONTD


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By selecting OFF the corresponding PUMP push button, the electrical pump is de-energized and the motive flow valve is
supplied to close. The engine is fed from the opposite tank.

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6. Engine feed jet pump low pressure ATA 28


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In the event of engine feed jet pump failure, the pressure switch (<5 psi) provides electrical pump running control which
ensures fuel supply to the engine.
The electrical pump delivers the necessary flow rate for engine consumption.

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7. Low level ATA 28


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When the low level is triggered in one tank, its electrical pump is automatically activated.
Two low level cases:
LO LVL with fuel quantity indicator < 160 kg Low level of remaining fuel in the tank.
LO LVL with fuel quantity indicator > 160 kg Feeder tank not full due to a failure of the feeder jet pump.
In this condition, the fuel is transfered from the main tank to the feeder tank through the flappers.

LO LVL with FQI <160kg

LO LVL with FQI >160kg (feeder tank not full)

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8. Engine fire procedure ATA 28


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In case of engine fire, when corresponding engine fire handle is pulled, it closes associated LP shut off valve.

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9. Fuel panel ATA 28


FEED LO PR XFEED valve
Delivery pressure < 4 PSI. Activates both elect fuel
Pump failure or fuel starvation. pumps.
FWS.

PUMP
FLOW BAR Control electrical pump power
Shows position of valve. No and jet pump motive flow
bar: valve fault or moving. valve.
Runs automatically if:
jet pump press < 5 PSI or till
reaching 8.5 PSI during engine
RUN start.
illuminates green when elec XFEED in line
fuel pump is running. fuel LO LVL
* When the quantity is
< 160 kg
or * When the quantity is
> 160 kg, but the feeder
tank is not full (Feeder jet
pump failure)
during fuel quantity test

10. SD Engine ATA 31

FUEL TEMPERATURE in C

Fuel Xfeed valve Fuel LP valve


Fuel Xfeed valve open OFF Electrical pump OFF
Fuel LP valve open
XFEED
Electrical pump ON and Fuel LP valve closing or
Fuel Xfeed valve closing RUN the pump is running
or opening opening
XFEED
Electrical pump ON and Fuel LP valve closed
Fuel Xfeed valve closed the pump is not running
XFEED Fuel LP valve not closed
Fuel Xfeed valve not Electrical pump OFF and or not open after 3s
closed or not open after the pump is running
XFEED 3s

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11. Fuel QTY indication ATA 28

Fuel On Board Fuel quantity indication


Fuel used (FMS computed)
If >160 kg

If <160 kg and >50 kg

If <50 kg

FUEL LO LVL
When the quantity LO LVL with FQI <160kg
is <160 kg or
When the quantity
is >160 kg, but
the feeder tank is LO LVL with FQI >160kg
not full (Feeder jet (feeder tank not full)
pump failure)

12. XFEED advisory on memo


panel display ATA 28

FUEL X FEED
is displayed as soon as the
fuel crossfeed is selected on.

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M. Hydraulic system
FCOM 1.12

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1. Schematic ATA 29

The aircraft has two hydraulic systems, designated blue and green. Each system is pressurized by an electric pump,
supplied by ACW power. The blue system is also provided with an auxilliary pump, supplied by DC power (automatic or
manual mode).

Total fluid volume: 9.6 l


normal filling: 9.35 l
minimum filling: 8.5 l
alert level: 2.5 l

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M. Hydraulic system

2. HYD PWR panel ATA 29


Auxiliary pump
Automatic running conditions
(simultaneoustly):
BLUE PUMP AUX Pump pb depressed GREEN PUMP
Supplied by ACW, controlled by at least one engine running Supplied by ACW, controlled by
DC EMER BUS blue system press <1500 psi DC BUS 2 or DC EMER BUS
prop brake off
gear lever down
(supply: DC BUS 2 or Hot main bat bus)

LO PRESS LO PR
pump delivery pressure less pump delivery pressure less
than1500 psi. FWS (no auto off) than 1500 psi. FWS (no auto
off).

OVHT X FEED LO LEVEL


drain > 121C (250F). FWS. (no Pb released Xfeed closed. if LO LVL associated compartment <2.5l.
auto off). automatic closure. (DC STBY BUS). HYD on FWS.

3. SD ACW and hydraulic ATA 29


X feed valve

Auxiliary hydraulic pump X feed closed


X feed opening is
OFF P/B OFF INHIB inhibited after a
LO LVL
P/B OFF and DC hot main
STBY bus <18V X feed open
or DC BUS 2 OFF

STBY P/B ON and pump not running


Main hydraulic pump
P/B ON and pump running in
automatic mode OFF Pump OFF

P/B ON and pump running in


manual mode (pedestal P/B) Pump ON

LO P/B ON and LO Pump ON and


PR low pressure (<1500 psi) PR low pressure
(<1500 psi)
P/B ON and
overheat (> 121C / 250 F) Pump ON and
associated to OVHT Overheat (>121C
/ 250 F)
associated to
OVHT

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4. Pressure indication ATA 29

Blue HYD SYST BRAKE ACCU Green HYD SYST


Blue system hydraulic pressure by blue system. for emer brakes Green system hydraulic
indicator. max 6 applications. (DC STBY) pressure indicator.

5. AUX pump pedestal switch ATA 29

AUX PUMP pedestal switch


energizes for 30, the auxiliary
DC hydraulic pump with the
HOT MAIN BAT BUS
supplies power to the
pressure indicators
NOTE: intensive use could
discharge the main battery.

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6. Hydraulic on Ramp (only on battery) ATA 29

On battery or DC GPU, the brake accumulator maintains a pressure for the parking brake (No hydraulic pump running)

7. Hydraulic on Ramp
(aux pump P/B selected on the pedestal) ATA 29

When depressing the auxiliary pump P/B on the pedestal, the aux pump is supplied by the DC HOT MAIN BAT BUS. the
blue system is available (prop brake releasing operation)

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8. Hydraulic system normal operation ATA 29

When both engine are running and the propellers are unfeathered, the blue and green pump are supplied by the ACW (blue
and green systems available)

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M. Hydraulic system

9. Hydraulic system failures ATA 29

Main pump low pressure (<1500PSI) or overheat (>121C) > after cross feed both system are still available
Low level (<2.5l) > cross feed inhibited (one system loss)

10. Hydraulic system crossfeed operation ATA 29

After a main pump low pressure (<1500PSI) or overheat (>121C) both systems are recovered by crossfeed operation

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11. Both main hydraulic pumps loss ATA 29

When the green system is lost, and there is a LO PR or OVHT on the blue system,
the BOTH MAIN HYD PUMPS LOSS check list has to be applied.

When both main pumps are lost, the blue pressure is recovered in approach, by the aux pump, when the landing gear lever
is selected down.

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M. Hydraulic system

12. Both hydraulic systems loss ATA 29

When the green system is lost, and there is a LO LVL on the blue system, the BOTH HYD SYS LOSS check list has to be
applied. Only the emergency braking is available with the brake accumulator.

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N. Ice and rain protection
FCOM 1.13

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Aircraft ice protection is provided by a pneumatic and an electrical system adapted for the critical areas. Ice detector
monitors ice accretion. It is connected to the FWS.

1. Schematic ATA 30
HORIZONTAL TAILPLANE BOOTS
AILERON HORNS ENGINE AIR (PNEUMATIC) / RUDDER
WINGS BOOTS INTAKE BOOTS AND ELEVATOR HORNS
(ELECTRICAL) (PNEUMATIC) (PNEUMATIC) (ELECTRICAL)

PROPELLER
(ELECTRICAL)

WINSHIELD
(ELECTRICAL)

SIDE WINDOWS ICING EVIDENCE PROBES ICE DETECTOR


(ELECTRICAL) PROBE (ELECTRICAL)

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2. Probes and windshield HTG ATA 30

ALPHA PITOT STBY WINDSHIELD HTG


ACW supply. Amber LT not heated. ACW supply. Outer surface
illuminates in case of failure or ACW BUS 1 or 115 AC STBY +2C. Inner +21C
power loss. FWS BUS as back up.

TAT
not heated. FWS. (ACW supply)
heating inhibited on ground.
WINDSHIELD HTG FAULT
Power loss or failure. FWS.
PITOT tube
not heated. FWS. (ACW bus
1 for CPT and ACW bus 2 for
F/O).

STAT
CAPT, STBY and F/O
Static port not heated (On
Normal operation - ON
ground only, not monitored in
(depressed) and OFF (released).
flight). FWS. (DC BUS)

3. Rain protection ATA 30


CAPT WIPER rotary F/O WIPER rotary selector
selector OFF: wiper stops at the end
OFF: wiper stops at the end of travel (park) position.
of travel (park) position. SLOW: wiper operates at 80
SLOW: wiper operates at 80 cycles/min
cycles/min FAST: wiper operates at 130
FAST: wiper operates at 130 cycles/min
cycles/min

4. Ice detector panel and icing AOA ATA 30

PTT pb
press for 3: ICE DET indicator Lt: ACW bus 2.
icing will flash, on FMA, if system works ICING
correctly. illuminates amber when ice accretion
A-ICING DETECT is displayed steady is detected provided both horns anti-
on FWS if ice detector failure is detected icing and airframe de-icing are selected
ON.
ICING AOA Lt ICING
(DC emer BUS). flashes amber when ice accretion is
Illuminates green as soon as 1 horn anti-icing on. detected and horns anti-icing and/or
Stall alarm + stick shaker threshold lowered. airframe de-icing are not selected ON
When light ON, the angle of attack for the stall
warning is reduced.
It can be extinguished manually only by
releasing ICING AOA P/B provided both horns
anti-icing are selected OFF

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5. Aircraft Performance Monitoring (APM)


ATA 30
FAULT
The APM FAULT will be triggered by the MPC in
case of internal failure or invalid aircraft parameters.

OFF
APM function in OFF position

APM PTT pb
Used to test the APM function.
This test shall be performed daily by the crew,
to determine whether the APM components are
operational.

APM alert lights:


'(*5$'('3(5) &5=63'/2
cruise only. An abnormal drag increase induces a speed
,1&5($6(63(('
decrease >10kt
$30)$8/7 '*'3(5)
cruise and climb. An abnormal drag increase induces
a speed decrease or a loss of rate of climb
,1&5($6(
63(('
After degraded perf. Drag abnormally high and IAS lower
than RED BUG + 10 kt

ICING ROLL HOLD LO PITCH HOLD AP FD DUAL


DGD PERF VOR ALT SEL SPD HLD TCS
RETRIM ROLL R WING DN CAT1 CHECK NAV SRC FD SINGLE CH

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N. Ice and rain protection

6. De-icing schematic

Following the cycle


diagram, after the
engines boots, inflation
of the boots A (outer
boots), for 5s

Then boots B (outer


boots), for 5s, followed
by the inner boots and
horizontal stabilizer

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7. Airframe air bleed FAULT

An AFR AIR BLEED FAULT is triggered for an underpressure in the line (<14 psi) or an overtemperature on engine 1 or 2
bleeding (>230C)

Following the check list, after the deselection of the AFR AIR BLEED P/B:
If DE-ICING ENG FAULT light illuminates after 10s > OVERHEAT
If not > UNDERPRESSURE

In case of overheat, the ENG P/B is deselected, the AFR AIR BLEED is selected again to isolate the affected engine.

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N. Ice and rain protection

8. Anti-icing & de-icing panel ATA 30


PROP HORNS HORNS FAULT
ACW supply. Inhibited below ACW supply. Inhibited on Power loss. A-ICING HORNS
NP 63% ground. Either horn activates 1 (2) on FWS
AOA Lt
FAULT
SIDE WINDOWS
power loss on at least 1 blade.
Defog only. FAULT for power
A-ICING PROP 1 (2) on FWS
loss. A-ICING WINDOWS
on FWS. (DC BUS)
MODE SEL PROP
NORM: 10 on per 3 blades;
DE ICING
then 10 off between cycles.
air is always available
ON (HIGH POWER): 20 on
regardless of bleed pb.
per 3 blades.
NORM: 60 / cycle
No stop between cycles.
SLOW: 240 / cycle

MODE SEL AUTO


Automatic selection of cycle FAULT
depending on ADC1/2 to both MFC modules have failed
MFC1B/2B to control boots cycles.
FAULT when ADC or MFC fail: The monitoring is preformed
Fast mode is automatically by the stby controller.
selected for ENG and A-ICING SEL on FWS
AIRFRAME DEICING and High
Power for PROP ANTI-ICE.
AFR AIR BLEED
A-ICING AUTO on FWS.
OVRD: no MFC. Boots
MAN: manual selection of
inflated by separate stantby
cycles depending on SAT
controller (cycle 60)

ENG
FAULT: distribution valve AIR FRAME
opened but no air pressure. FAULT: valve opened but
OR valve closed and pressure no downstream pressure. Or
detected OR AFR AIR BLEED valve closed and downstream
off and air temp above deice pressure detected. A-ICING
valve >230C for more than FRAME on FWS
6. A-ICING ENG 1 ( 2) on
FWS
ENG
ON: signal sent to MFC
to start deice cycle on the AIR FRAME
engine air intake, deice valve ON: signal sent to MFC
opened even if AFR AIR to start deice cycle on the
BLEED off airframe
AFR AIR BLEED
FAULT: air dowstream deice
MODE SEL ENG AND valve < 14 psi more than 10
AIRFRAME OR Air upstream of the deice OFF : isol valves closed.
SLOW: 240/cycle valve > 230C. A-ICING Deice valves closed unless
FAST: 60/cycle BLEED on FWS ENG 1 / 2 deice on.

9. De-icing/anti-icing indication
(memo panel display) ATA 30

CYAN
When selected ON
AMBER
When FAULT

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1. Landing gear description ATA 32

The landing gear is hydraulically operated. In case of hydraulic failure, it may be extended by gravity.

LANDING GEAR
CONTROL

STEERING
HANDWHEEL

2. Brakes schematic ATA 32

EMERGENCY /
PARKING BRAKE
HANDLE
PILOT BRAKE
PEDALS

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3. LDG GEAR position indicators ATA 32


System 2
UNLK gear not locked in selected
position or (on GND) uplock box
not opened.
Green Lt down lock engaged

System 1
UNLK gear not locked in selected
position or (on GND) uplock box
not opened.
Green Lt down lock engaged.

4. Landing gear handles ATA 32

LDG GEAR EMERGENCY GEAR HANDLE RED LIGHT


EXTENSION HANDLE any gear not sensed down and
permits to unlock the landing gear locked with some conditions.
FWS.

5. Brakes temperature ATA 32


and antiskid
BRK TEMP
WHEELS BRK HOT on FWS
for any brake T >160C (42)
T >150C (72) ANTISKID
Operative if speed > 10 kts.
Activates when speed > 23 kts +
50% diff between wheels (locked
wheel protection).
OFF Braking action inhibited at
Pb released, system touchdown as long as wheel spin up
deactivated speed < 35 kts or 5 sec. (touchdown
protection).
CAUTION: THE TEST INHIBITS
BRAKES
TEST pb
(inhibited if speed > 17 kts)
= MC + SC+ FWS.
Test duration: 3 sec. in flight and
6 sec. on ground

F (FAULT)
wheel channel failure +
WHEELS A-SKID on FWS

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6. Emergency parking ATA 32


brake handle
EMERGENCY BRAKE HANDLE PARKING BRAKE
permits to apply a metered pressure. permits a full pressure on the brakes. When brake
The brake accumulator allows at least six handle is not in the fully released position, amber
braking applications without any antiskid PRKG BRK caution light is displayed on FWS and
operation if the blue hydraulic system is not is taken into account by the T/O CONFIG.
available (Springloaded to the off position) (Springloaded to the off position)

7. Steering handwheel ATA 32


N/W STEERING SW
activates or deactivates the nose wheel THE STEERING HAND WHEEL
steering system (guarded type in the ON controls the nose wheel angle up to 60 in
position) either direction:
OFF: unpressurizes the steering system clockwise: steering to the right
(91 of deflection) counter clockwise: steering to the left

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1. Nav control ATA 34


VCP

MCDU

MCP

MCP and MCDU allow:


to tune VOR/ILS/DME frequencies
to set tune mode (AUTO/ MAN)
to do DME HOLD

In AUTO tuning, the NAV source has to be on FMS (Inhibited on V/ILS)

2. Marker sensibility setting ATA 34


MCDU

MCDU allows to set MKR sensibility


(LO/HI position)

3. ADF control ATA 34


VCP

MCDU

MCP

MCP and MCDU allow:


to tune ADF frequencies
to set mode (ADF/ANT)
to set tone (OFF/ON)

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4. TAWS alert modes ATA 34


The Terrain Awareness Warning System provides visual and aural alerts in case of dangerous flight path conditions which
would result inadvertent ground contact if maintained.

The TAWS performs the following alert modes:


Reactive warning modes
* Mode 1: excessive descent rate
* Mode 2: excessive terrain closure rate
* Mode 3: altitude loss after take-off
* Mode 4: unsafe terrain clearance
* Mode 5: below glideslope
* Mode 6: altitude callouts
Predictive warning modes:
* Terrain Caution and Warning
* Obstacle Caution and Warning

MODE 1
excessive descent rate

MODE 2
excessive terrain closure rate

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MODE 3
altitude loss after take-off

MODE 4
unsafe terrain clearance

MODE 5
below glideslope

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MODE 6
altitude callouts

TERRAIN CLEARANCE FLOOR (TCF)

The Terrain Clearance Floor (TCF) mode creates


an increasing terrain clearance envelope around
the airport runway directly related to the distance
from the runway.

Runway Field Clearance Floor (RFCF)

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TERRAIN AND OBSTACLE AWARENESS

This function use the aircraft geographic position from the GPS, aircraft altitude and a worldwide terrain database to
predict potential conflict between the aircraft flight path and the terrain, and to provide aural alert and graphic displays of
the conflicting terrain.

The terrain advisory line is drawn


along the points where a terrain
caution alert will occur if the
aircraft continues along its current
trajectory.

TERRAIN AHEAD
or
OBSTACLE AHEAD

When a terrain caution or warning


occurs, the terrain advisory line
is removed from the display and
the terrain display is changed to
identify the terrain that caused the
alert.

TERRAIN AHEAD,
PULL UP
Or
OBSTACLE AHEAD
PULL UP

The Pull-Up Warning is generated


as long as the current aircraft
trajectory will not safely clear
the terrain, and the aircraft
performances are able to clear the
terrain in climb

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AVOID TERRAIN

The Pull-Up maneuver will not


allow for a safe clearance with
terrain, and the crew has to
immediately initiate an appropriate
vertical and/or turning escape
maneuver in order to avoid terrain

5. TAWS pb ATA 34

6. TAWS panel ATA 34


TAWS selector
is guarded in the norm position.
FLAP OVRD mode 4 alert caused
by flap extension is inhibited to avoid
nuisance in case of reduced flaps
landing

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7. ND OVERLAY ATA 31

The MCP allows to set ND OVLY


Traffic
Weather radar
Terrain
Navaid
Airport

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8. FMS ATA 34

The dual THALES Flight Management System (FMS) installed on ATR 72/42-600 aircraft is composed of two identical sets
of software applications, called FMS1 and FMS2. Each FMS is hosted within the DU2 and DU4, normally used with the
MFD format.This dual FMS is built on dual cockpit system architecture.
It is used to be normally handled with both FMS, synchronized by the cross talk function.

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1. Engine schematic ATA 61/72


Aircraft fitted with
two Pratt &Whitney, PW 127 M (72-600/42-600)
two, six blades propellers (Hamilton)

It is a free turbines engine, composed of 3 concentric shafts of spools:


The shaft of the HP spool composed of the HP turbine and the HP compressor (rotation speed of the HP spool: NH). The
HP spool drives the accessory gear box (AGB)
The shaft of the LP spool composed of the LP turbine and the LP compressor (rotation speed of the LP spool: NL)
The Power shaft composed of 2 power turbines (Free turbines). This 2 power turbines drive the propeller through the
reduction gear box (RGB) (rotation speed of the propeller NP)

REDUCTION GEAR BOX HIGH PRESSURE COMPRESSOR


These equipments are fitted on the RGB centrifugal type
the ACW generator
the Propeller Valve Module (PVM)
the propeller pump (HP) and overspeed
governor
the auxiliary feathering pump LOW PRESSURE COMPRESSOR HIGH PRESSURE
the propeller brake (on RH engine only) centrifugal type TURBINE

POWER TURBINE

ACCESSORY GEAR BOX


driven by the HP spool.
Drives
the DC starter/generator
the HP fuel pump ANNULAR COMBUSTION
the engine oil pumps DIFFUSER PIPES CHAMBER LOW PRESSURE TURBINE

6 blades propeller

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2. Power and propeller controls ATA 61/72


The different powers ratings for the engine are: (SHP: Shaft Horse Power)
72-600 42-600
RTO (Reserve Take Off) (maximum power) 2750 SHP 2400 SHP
Used in case of an engine flame out during take off
(up trim) or in case of go around (ramp)
MCT (Maximum continuous) 2500 SHP 2400 SHP
TO (Take Off 0,9 RTO) 2475 SHP 2160 SHP
Climb 2192 SHP 2160 SHP
Cruise 2132 SHP 2132 SHP

Power (PWR) = Torque (TQ) x NP


For the same power: If TQ increases, NP decreases
If TQ decreases, NP increases

Power setting is characterized by constant power lever (PL) and condition lever (CL) positions. The power adapted to the
flight phase is selected by the pilot through a power management selector (PWR MGT).

With input coming from the PWR MGT and the position of the PL, the EEC (Engine Electronic Control) control the fuel
flow to the engine.

MAX PWR (Full stop): Maximum Power TQ up to115% (On emergency only)

GO around position (Beginning of the ramp): RTO TQ up to100%

NOTCH position:
PWR MGT in TO: NP 100% and 0,9 RTO TQ up to 90%
MCT NP 100% and TQ up to 90,9% (72-600)
NP 100% and TQ up to 100% (42-600)
CLB NP 82% and TQ up to 97% (72-600)
NP 82% and TQ up to 109,7% (42-600)
CRZ NP 82% and TQ up to 94,5% (72-600)
NP 82% and TQ up to 108,3% (42-600)

Reversion in manual mode when EEC FAULT (green band <52)

Flight Idle position

Ground Idle position

Reverse position

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With the PWR MGT input and the CL position, the PEC (Propeller Engine Control) control the NP (propeller speed) by changing the
blades angle.

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Regardless of the PWR MGT position, NP is at 100%

AUTO position:
Blade angle governing mode. The NP is regulated by the PEC (Blade angle
change). PWR MGT in: TO NP = 100%
MCT NP = 100%
CLB NP = 82%
CRZ NP = 82%

Fuel governing mode. The NP is regulated by the EEC (Fuel Flow change)
ground operation in low power.
The NP is maintained at 70.8% to have the ACW available.
(The ACW generator is on line when NP > 66%)

FTR (Feather position). The fuel governing mode is cancelled


(No ACW generator)

Fuel Shut Off position: Close the shut off valve on the HMU

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The PWR MGT has four positions: TO, MCT, CLB, CRZ
Considering that CLs are in AUTO and the PLs are in the notch, the
control system delivers max rated power corresponding to the mode
selected (the max rated power is delivered only when the engine is
not thermodynamically limited)

ATR 72-600
NORMAL OPERATION, EEC ON, ISA CONDITIONS
SHP 115% TQ

A 102% TQ

RTO (UP TRIM) 100% TQ 100% Np


2750
2500 MCT OR TO B TO 90% TQ 100% Np
2475
2192
C D
MCT 90.9% TQ 100% Np
2132

LINE A: One engine out operation


LINE B: Normal TO or MCT
LINE C: CLB
LINE D: CRZ
NOTE: Sensible sector designed to WALL
allow for fix throttle engine control. RAMP

NOTCH

0 50 67 81 100
POWER LEVER ANGLE
TO PWR = 2475 SHP NP=100% TQ = 90%
MCT PWR = 2500 SHP NP=100% TQ = 90,9%
CLB PWR = 2192 SHP NP=82% TQ = 97%
CRZ PWR = 2132 SHP NP=82% TQ = 94,5%

The RTO (Reserve Take-Off) is obtained in case of up trim (one engine out during take off) or with the PL to the ramp
RTO PWR = 2750 SHP NP=100% TQ = 100%

ATR 42-600
NORMAL OPERATION, EEC ON, ISA CONDITIONS
SHP 115% TQ

A 102% TQ

RTO (UP TRIM) 100% TQ 100% Np


2400
MCT OR TO B 90% TQ 100% Np
2160
C
2132

LINE A: One engine out operation


LINE B: Normal TO or MCT
LINE C: CRZ
NOTE: Sensible sector designed to
allow for fix throttle engine control. WALL
RAMP

NOTCH

0 50 67 81 100
POWER LEVER ANGLE
TO PWR = 2160 SHP NP=100% TQ = 90%
MCT PWR = 2400 SHP NP=100% TQ = 100%
CLB PWR = 2160 SHP NP=82% TQ = 109,7%
CRZ PWR = 2132 SHP NP=82% TQ = 108,3%

The RTO (Reserve Take-Off) is obtained in case of up trim (one engine out during take off) or with the PL to the ramp
RTO PWR = 2400 SHP NP=100% TQ = 100%

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3. Engine indication ATA 31

Power Management selection

Analogic indication

RTO Torque at TO
Objective TQ in MCT CLB CRZ
Normal

hWdZ/D
ATPCS uptrim
activation
Abnormal
GO Around Torque
Over-limit

Invalid numeric torque

,s HBV failure

>  Discrepancy between EEC and


aircraft configuration

>KW/d, Lo Pitch Normal operation on ground


>KW/d, Lo Pitch Abnormal operation in flight
EK Zs No Lo Pitch on ground with PL before FI

Lost of propeller control


by one PEC channel

hdK&dZ Auto Feather activation

Propeller brake is applied

Red line for S: limit


during engine start

Red line for H: limit


during Hotel Mode
EW

NP information

Normal operation

Abnormal operation

Red limit ITT numeric counter

NP invalid signal ITT invalid signal

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Normal Normal transient range




Normal operating range




Amber
exceedance Amber exceedance range

Red limit

Red limit
Invalid data

Normal operating range


Amber exceedance range
Red limit
Invalid data

E>
Normal

NL information

Amber Normal operation


exceedance

Abnormal operation

Red limit


Red limit
KG/H or LBS/H NL invalid signal

The fuel quantity consumed


>  &h> &>Kt <', by two engines/minute
Invalid data Fuel CLOG when PSI>25 PSI.

<'DE Fuel flow unit is set to KG/MN
Filter blocked and by-passed when
or LBS/MN
PSI>45 PSI
Normal indication

Invalid data

>  Unit or type discrepancy

^dZd Start in progress ITT numeric counter


^dZd Fault occurs during a start

sequence ITT invalid signal
^dZd Start invalid signal /'E
y^dZd&/> Cross start failed flag ITT is displayed only during start sequence Red line for S: limit
during engine start
y^dZd&/> Cross start failed invalid signal

Red line for H: limit


during Hotel Mode

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4. ENG START panel ATA 61/72

CRANK ON FAULT
dry motoring (no ignition) starter engaged. At 45% NH, Illuminates when:
light goes off and the starter is remains ON with NH
disconnected >45%
or GCU failure during start
or starter failure
or ENG 2 only: ENG START
selector on start position
+ PROP BRK ON + GUST
START A OR B lock not engaged
on ground, only exciter A or
B is supllied (except for the ON
position A&B) Continuous ignition (both A &
In flight regardless of start B). Memo panel light.
selection (A, B or A+B) both
exciters are energized
READY
engagement or disengag.
conditions are met:
UNLOCK A/C on ground
PROP BRAKE not fully gust lock engaged
locked or not fully released. CL on FTH or FUEL S/O
After 15 sec: FWS alarm. Also 42/72 PEC blue hyd press available
used to check lock/unlock on the prop brake input
time: >2100psi
5 sec. to unlock Fire handle not pulled
10 sec. to lock

PROP BRK
Brake fully locked same
indication on the memo panel

5. ENG control panel ATA 61/72


TRIGGER
ARMING CONDITIONS ATPCS one TQ below 18%
PWR MGT sel on TO ARM on ground = uptrim + Cancel: PWR MGT out of TO
+ATPCS pb in auto FTR (2.15 delay) or ATPCS pb OFF or at least
+both PL > 49 ARM in flight (In case of go one PL retarded below 49
+both TQ > 46% (72) and around) = auto FTR only or both TQ <46% (72) and
> 53% (42) < 53% (42)
= (arm green LT illuminated)
EEC
acts on stepper motor to
regulate Fuel Flow

FAULT flashing
EEC failure. The fuel flow is
frozen to maintain the power
FAULT steady: EEC failure,
HMU base law = reversion
When FAULT flashing, do not
deselect the EEC.
Retard first, the PL in the
green sector (FAULT become
steady: PL < 52)

OFF
HMU base law = reversion

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6. PWR MGT panel ATA 61/72


BOOST (if installed)
ON
The boost can be selected on ground with the
PL below FI, or in flight after an engine failure.
When the torque is thermodynamically limited ,
the boost increase the torque: PWR MGT
With PWR MGT in TO by: 2 co-axial sw. (LH: bottom /
4.5% up to 4000ft RH: TOP) providing FDAU,
4% above 4000ft PEC and EEC with basic
With PWR MGT in MCT by 4% power requirements
The selection of the boost is latched when the
PLs are advanced above FI, and can not be
changed during flight (except in case of engine
failure).
FAULT FAULT
For any disagreement between the position illuminates when both PEC
of the push button and the rating of both EEC channels are lost. FWS
(MC+SC+FAULT+ENG BOOST on FWS).

OFF
PEC is deactivated and NP is limited at
102,5% if power is sufficient

7. ATPCS test panel ATA 61/72

ATPCS TEST
selector allows to check the
correct functionning of the
ATPCS.
This rotary selector is spring
loaded to neutral position

8. Idle gate ATA 61/72

IDLE GATE LEVER


IDLE GATE FAIL enables manual override
light illuminates amber and the FWS in case of failure of the
is activated when the gate does not automatic logic or no DC
engage automatically in flight or does power.
not retract at landing In flight: push
On groung: pull. A red band
appears

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Annex 1. Cockpit panels Fire test


SQUIB TEST ENGINE FIRE HANDLE MW+CRC+ ENG 1 FIRE on
Elect test of squibs. Pulled: on the respective engine EWD and FWS
Prop Feather
FAULT Fuel LP valve closed +Fire handle illuminated
resistance/capacitance. Air Bleed valve closed +FUEL S/O Lt on CL (if out of
Inhibits fire signals until turned Deice Deice & shutoff valve closed Fuel S/O position)
Elect DC & ACW gen. disconnected
off. Squibs Armed (Lts illuminated) Fault test
LOOP on FWS (DC EMER) Hydraulic Hyd prop brake (eng 2 only) MC+SC+ loop on FWS
FAULT Lts on A/B Loop pb.
SQUIB
armed when T handle pulled. OFF
Discharges bottle. Takes respective loop out of
(DC EMER / HOT MAIN BAT). parallel circuit. Allows other
loop to activate fire signal.
DISCH
bottle depressurized. Opposite
agent DISCH Lt will also
The opening of the cargo door
illuminate on other fire panel. control panel cover. Self Test
of MFC 1A/2A.
TLU FAULT FAULT
system disagree / two Malfunction or electrical supply
ADC failures / ADC datas fault: AUTO disengagement
incoherence / TLU position FWS
synchro failure. T/O or T/O
Config Test and TLU not LO
SPD
TLU manual operation
Above 195 kts (42) / 185 kts
(72): HI SPD Gear position secondary
Below 190 kts (42) / 180 kts system as sensed by MFC 2.
(72): LOW SPD
UNLK
gear not in selected position or
SPLR uplock not opened (on Gnd)
activates when >2.5 aileron
travel. Lt ON=Spoiler not fully Green Lt
retracted (BLUE HYD PWR). down lock engaged

Light on when SW Controls XFEED valve.


TEST depressed and all Activates both elect fuel
door microsws opened. pumps.
(Passengers and service doors
opened) Controls elect pump power
At least 1 microsw is opened. supply and jet pump motive
flow valve.
(DC BUS 2)
Runs automatically if:
Tests continuity of microsw. Jet pump press <5 PSI
System (on ground, doors
or Xfeed in line
opened).
or Fuel LO LVL
<160 kg
Fuel delivery pressure below >160 kg (with feeder
4 PSI. Pump failure or fuel tank not full)
starvation. FWS. or During Fuel Quantity test
Shows position of valve.
No bar = valve fault or moving.
RUN To call cabin from cockpit (SC)
Illuminates green when elec To be called by cabin
fuel pump is running. attendant: cyan Lt and door
OFF bell.
disconnect the elect pump Cancelled when pressing
and force to close the motive RESET pb.
flow valve To call mechanic= HORN is
activated .
To be called by mechanic:
Both domes (DC BUS 1) Cyan LT and Door Bell.
F/O only in basic mode (DC Cancelled when depressing
EMER). RESET Pb
Use in basic mode to limit Lts
in cabin.
Light on the RH side only.
Do not use above 160 kts.
Main Instruments Panel (MIP) ESS BUS.
lights under glareshield are set
to the maximum intensity.

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On external power, pedestal PB


UNDV must be on to power CVR test
DC STBY <19.5V. FWS.
OVRD Associated bus deenergized.
Transfert of STBY buses from FWS.
HOT MAIN to HOT EMER BAT
OVRD
BUS.
insures basic mode operation by
INV FAULT overriding all other protections.
Inv failure or supply loss Auto-
ON
Xfer of all AC buses to remaining Basic mode: STBY Busses
inverter. FWS. supplied by HOT MAIN BAT BUS.
Emergency supply indicators EXT or GEN power: DC
(Amber arrows) (Respective STBY BUS transfered to HOT
battery discharging). EMER BAT BUS; AC STBY
ON BUS to DC BUS 1.
Pb pressed IN (ON illuminated OFF
CYAN). TRU is connected ESS BUS, DC STBY BUS +
to ACW BUS 2 ARROW INV 1 are isolated from HOT
illuminates green when supply MAIN BAT BUS.
of DC EMER BUS, DC STBY DC EMER BUS is isolated
BUS, INV 1 (AC STBY BUS) from HOT EMER BAT BUS.
and DC ESS BUSS from TRU is Allows BPCU to control BTC
effective. operation (Bus Tie Contactor).
FAULT Ext power, Hotel mode or
Battery charger failure detected single gen operation. BTC is
by MFC. FWS. closed (green flow bar).
Contactor Auto opens (MFC) if: ISOL
thermal runaway/ Bus voltage BTC opened (released out).
<25V / start sequence / Bat sw BTR (Bus Tie Relay) locked
on OVRD. open (Tie between AC Busses)
Respective bus not supplied. AVAIL
FWS. GPU has been checked by
BPCU for over/under voltage,
SHED over current and polarity.
One of the DC SVCE / UTLY 1
AVAIL+ON
and 2 busses is shed (BPCU). The GPU supplies the
FWS. electrical system. GPU has
OFF: all the DC SVCE BUS/ priority on both generators.
UTLY 1 and 2 busses are shed FAULT
Opposite generator has not Protection triggered by GCU.
come on line to assist start at Auto reset if underspeed: in
10% NH (on ground only). other cases manual reset.
BTC auto closes
Generator FAULT LT
Extinguishes above 61.5% NH if
GEN is operating normally.
FAULT
illuminates when:
starter remains ON with
ON NH>45%
started engaged. At 45% NH, or GCU failure during start
light out, starter disengages or starter failure
automatically. or ENG2 only PROP BRK
CRANK ON+Gust lock not engaged
dry monitoring (no ignition). (Starting not inhibited).
START ON
selects a start sequence. Continuous ignition (both A & B).
In flight regardless of start Memo panel display label.
selection (A, B, A+B) both
exciters are energized.
READY
engagement or disengagement
Prop Brake not fully locked or cond. Are met:
not fully released. After 15 sec A/C on ground
= FWS. gust lock engaged
CL on FTH of FUEL S/O
blue hyd press > 2100 PSI
fire handle not pulled
Supplied by ACW. PROP BRK
Prop brake fully locked. Memo
panel display label.

Supplied by DC SVCE BUS


(Back up DC BUS 1).
Supplied by DC BUS 2.

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Main BLUE PUMP Main GREEN PUMP
Supplied by ACW, controlled by DC Supplied by ACW, controlled
EMER BUS. by DC ESS BUS.
AUX PUMP XFEED
Running conditions: PB released. Xfeed closed
AUX PUMP pb depressed PB pressed: ON LT illuminated
at least one engine running CYAN, Xfeed valve selected
blue system press <1500psi OPEN. (Except in case of LO
prop brake off LVL where the Xfeed is locked
gear lever down closed)
(supply: DC BUS 2 or HOT MAIN BAT
BUS) LO PR
pump delivery pressure less
OVHT than 1500 psi. FWS. No auto
Temp >121C (250F). FWS (no auto off) off has to be switched off
manually.
Associated bus not supplied LO LEVEL
AVAIL associated compartment <2,5 lt
GPU has been checked by BPCU FWS. Xfeed opening inhibited.
AVAIL + ON
GPU supplied ACW system. GPU has BTC
always the priority on both GEN Allows BPCU to control BTC
AUTO reset in case of under/over speed: operation.
manual reset otherwise. ACW SVCE Ext Pwr or simple GEN
operation: BTC is closed
BUS auto shed if one GEN is out. (Green Flow BAR).
Auto closure when either ACW
ALPHA GEN drops off line.
ACW supply ISOL
Amber LT illuminates in case of Failure BTC opened (Pb released out).
or Pwr loss. FWS.
Min Np for ACW= 66%.
TAT
no heated. FWS (ACW supply). Heating
inhibited on ground. FAULT
PITOT Power loss or failure; FWS.
tube not heated. FWS (ACW BUS for
CPT & F/O).
STAT
PITOT STBY Static source not heated or
not heated (FWS). failed. FWS on ground only
ACW bus 1 or 115 AC STBY BUS as (DC BUS). (no alarm in flight)
back up.

ON ON
ACW supply (inhibited when NP <63%). Defog only.
FAULT FAULT
power loss on at least 1 Blade. for power loss or failure; FWS
FWS.
(DC BUS).
NORM
10 sec on per 3 blades; then 10 sec off
between cycles. ON
ON ACW supplied. Horns heating
HIGHPOWER inhibited on ground; either
20 sec on per 3 blades. No stop between horn activates AOA light.
cycles (ON LT illuminates cyan). FAULT
Power loss. FWS.

MODE SEL AUTO FAULT


Automatic selection of cycle depending valve opened but no
on ADC1/2 input to MFC1B/2B. downstream press. OR valve
FAULT closed and downstream press
when ADC or MFC or CPM/IOM fail detected. FWS.
Fast mode is automatically selected for ON
ENG and AIRFRAME DEICING and High signal sent to MFC to start
Power for Prop Anti-ice. deice cycle on the airframe.
MAN FAULT
mode enables manual selection of both MFC modules controlling
cycles depending on SAT (MAN boots have failed resulting
illuminated CYAN). in an incorrect inflation
DEICE air is always available regardless sequencing.
of bleed pb. OVRD
FAST: 60 sec / cycle no MFC. Boots inflated by a
SLOW: 240 sec / cycle (SLOW separate standby controller.
illuminates cyan) Fast cycle only (cycle 60).
FAULT ON FAULT
distribution valve opened but no air press. emergency exit lights illuminated. Air downstream deice valve
OR valve closed and press. Detected Supply: 6V Bat packs. <14 psi more than 10 sec. Air
OR air temp upstream of the deice valve ARM upstream deice valve >230.
>230C for more than 6 sec. Cyan labels FWS.
on MEMO lights on if DC STBY BUS <18V
ON panel display lights off if DC STBY >20V OFF
deice valve opened even if AFR when ON (DC or in case of dual DC GEN loss isol valves closed. Deice valves
AIRBLEED off. BUS2). DISARM closed unless ENG 1/2 deice on.
system desactivated
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Tests all three smoke


detections (elec. fwd.
aft smoke Red alarms in
FWS+MW+CRC).
Stops extract fan, only on
ground (FAULT on EXHAUST
MODE).
To restart extract fan it is
necessary to reset EXHAUST
MODE Pb FAULT
fan inop. FWS.
PB in: Crew supply only. ALTN
activates altn fan.
If below 1400 psi, use table.

LO PR
NORM supply below 50 psi.
On ground, ENG 1 off:
ON
extract fan on. Ovbd valve full
25% of Pax are supplied.
open, U/F valve closed.
On ground, ENG 1 on :
extract fan on. Ovbd valve FAULT
closed, U/F valve opened. Ovbd Valve in disagreement
FAULT with Ovbd Valve SW position.
Fan failure / overheat (fan AUTO except for emergency.
inhibited for 120s after every In emergency, the full open
eng start. FWS). position is possible only if the
OVBD Delta P is < 1 psi
Extract fan off. OVBD valve
partially opened (in flight only).
Assists pack air flow.
U/F valve closed.
FAULT
Fan low speed or motor
Duct temperature limited to overheat. FWS. No auto
88C. (191F) by pneumatic deselected.
temp limiter. OVHT
NORM: 22 psi Duct overheat > 92C. FWS.
HIGH: 30 psi Pack valve will not auto close.
regulated by pack valve MAN
Spring loaded closed. Ground Compt temp knob controls
only. Auto opens when only 1 directly temp control valve.
Bleed valve is opened. Selects the zone where T
Controls both Bleed and HP check is desired.
valves. Spring loaded closed. PACK VALVE
Must have air & elec to open. Spring loaded closed. Must
Auto Bleed valve closes when have air pressure and select
Ovht, Leak, Overpressure power to open (6 sec delay on
(>80 psi), Fire T pulled, when RH pack for pax comfort).
UPTRIM is triggered or prop FAULT
brk on (left one only). Inhibited pack valve disagreement with
during eng start. PB or Ovht downstream of
FAULT pack comp (>204C). FWS.
Bleed valve disagreement Valve auto closed.
with selected position (case of LEAK
Ovht, Overpressure or Leak). activates when temperature
FWS. Associated valves auto detected by bleed loop
closed. exceeds 156C. FWS. Auto
OVHT closure after 1 sec of following
either bleed duct temp thermal valves: Bleed, HP, PACK and
switch above 274C. FWS. GND XFeed. DO NOT RESET
Associated valves auto closed. BLEED.
May be reset after cooling.

Tests all lights.


Do not use above 160 knots.
Ldg Elev indicators show all
DC BUS 2.
8 segments.

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Menu P/B STD P/B


Enable sub function selection Reset at 1013.25Hpa, when
menu pushed more than 0.2 sec.

IESI (Integrated Electronic


Brightness Stantby Instrument) displays
the following information:
Attitude
Airspeed
Altitude
SEL P/B Baro pressure setting
Change cursor selection VHF 1
between VHF COM, VHF NAV, VOR/ILS 1
BARO SETTING and COURSE
when VOR mode.

SET ROTARY SWITCH


Sub fonction menu scroller
Baro setting
BOOST (if installed) VHF com tuning
ON VHF nav tuning
The boost can be selected Course setting in VOR mode
on ground with the PL below
FI, or in flight after an engine
failure.
When the torque is PWR MGT
thermodynamically limited, the 2 co-axial sw, (LH: Bottom/RH:
boost increase the torque: Top) providing FDAU (MPC),
With PWR MGT in TO by: PEC, PIU and EEC with basic
4.5% up to 4000ft power requirements.
4% above 4000ft
With PWR MGT in MCT by
4%
The selection of the boost FAULT: illuminates when both
is latched when the PLs are PEC channels are lost FWS.
advanced above FI, and can OFF: PEC is deactivated and
not be changed during flight Np is limited at 102.5% by the
(except in case of engine overspeed governor if power
failure). is sufficient.
FAULT
For any disagreement between
the position of the push
APM FAULT
button and the rating of both
Failure in the APM function
EEC (MC+SC+FAULT+ENG
computation
BOOST on FWS).
APM Test PTT
performed daily

FAULT
stick shaker or pusher failure. PTT pb
press for 3 sec.
OFF
icing will flash on the display
turns off both shaker and pusher
if system works correctly
(steady if ice detector failure is
detected).
FAULT LT illuminate.
A-ICING DETECT is
displayed steady on the FWS.
ICING AOA Lt
illuminates green as soon
as 1 horn anti-icing ON.
Stall alarm (stick shaker
threshold lowered). It can be
extinguished manually only by
releasing ICING AOA Pb (DC
EMER) provided both Horns
anti-icing selected OFF.

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Panel with EWD format.

Arming conditions: ATPCS ATPCS


PWR MGT sel on TO ARM on ground = uptrim + Trigger
+ATPCS pb in auto FTR (2.15 delay) one TQ <18% (42)
+ both PL >49 ARM in flight (In case of go one TQ <18% (72).
+ both TQ > 53%(42) around) = auto FTR only. Cancel
both TQ > 46% (72) PWR MGT out of TO
ARM green LT on. or ATPCS pb OFF
or at least one PL retarded <49
or both TQ <53% (42) and <
UPTRIM 46% (72)
signal sent to respective
eng during ATPCS
sequence.
Eng power = RTO.
EEC
acts on stepper motor, to regulate
Fuel Flow.
TORQUE Ind display
2 probes sending info: FAULT flashing
to pointer (via AFU). EEC Failure. The fuel flow is frozen
to digital counter (via to maintain the power. (Do not
EEC). deselect EEC when flashing)
The PL has to be retarded to the
Internal bug
green sector before deselection of
computed by FDAU (MPC);
the EEC
shows RTO when PWR
MGT on TO, otherwise FAULT steady
max TQ depending on EEC Failure. HMU base law =
PWR MGT selection. reversion. Fault become steady
when the PL is retarded in the
green band.
OFF
Trim indicator display.
HMU base law = reversion.

LO PITCH
blade angle < 8 (below
FI).
Primary engine
parameters display

Brake messages and


test status display

Permanent Data
display
Flaps indicator display

ITT Ind Display


NP Ind display > 800C (or > 715C on
ENG2 in hotel mode).
FWS.

Alert window

TAT-SAT indicator
Procedure window

ELAPSED TIME
When the ELAPS TM P/B
(right side of the F/O) is
FUEL USED Readout
depressed ON the flight
time starts automatically
DISPLAY UNIT 3 (DU3)
when airborne
In the normal configuration,
the EWD format is displayed.

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Gear position sensed by system I (MFC 1A)

ANTISKID TEST pb
Operative if speed >10 kts. (inhibited if speed >17 kts)
Activates when speed >23 kts = MC + SC EWD 4 amber F
+ 50% diff between wheels on EWD.
(locked wheel protection). Test duration: 3 sec. in flight
Braking action inhibited at and 6 sec. on ground
touchdown as long as wheel
spin up speed <35 kts or
5 sec. (touchdown protection). Gear handle red Lt
CAUTION: THE TEST any gear not sensed down
INHIBITS BRAKES and locked with the further
conditions:
a) Any gear not down and
OFF locked + flaps normal landing
Pb released, system configuration + Zra <500 ft +
deactivated PL at low power (impossible
to cancel)
b) Any gear not down and
locked +1 PL at low power +
Zra < 500 ft.
NOTE: Any gear not down must
UNLOCK
gear not locked in handle be sensed by each MFCs
selected position (on ground,
up lock box not open)
Green Lt
AUTO PRESS (DC BUS 1)
gear downlock engaged
+550 ft/mn up to FL 200
+620 ft/mn above FL 200
Memorizes departure field elev
up to 3500 ft
ELV SET
Select switch to set landing
elevation
FAST
descent rate increased from
NORM
400 to 500 ft/mn
AUTO mode selection
To be used if VS>-1500 ft/mn
MAN
TEST
digital controller out of
displays alternatively 18800
operation. No more digits in
and 8800, FAULT appears on
landing elevation display
MAN pb
FAULT (Test inhibited in FLT)
digital controller failure. FWS
DUMP
ON (guarded)
both outflow valves fully open
in AUTO mode only

ON CABIN RATE KNOB


both outflow valves NORM
forced to fully closed AUTO MODE position. When
used in MAN mode, cabin rate
selection +2500/1500 ft/mn

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MCDUs (Multifunction
Control Display Unit) WEATHER RADAR
Access to the FMS, MPC, and CONTROL PANEL
ACARS (Data Link) when the
ACARS is installed.
COCKPIT DOOR CONTROL
PANEL
Allows to control CDLS
(Cockpit Door Locking
MULTIPURPOSE CONTROL
System)
PANEL (MCP)
Allows cockpit crew to control
the virtual control panel format
(VCP) on MFD
TO CONFIG TEST pb:
Check if the TO configuration
is correct for take off:
POWER LEVER ( PL ) PWR MGT TO
Flaps 15
Pitch trim in the green band
TLU LO SPD
EMER & PARKING BRAKE no AIL LOCK light
CONDITION LEVER (CL) FLAPS
The same test is performed
when advancing the PL with
GA push button this additional requirement:
when depressed the GA FD Parking Brake released
mode is selected with:
HDG HOLD lateral mode
with the wings level
GA vertical mode EMER AUDIO CANCEL
This SW cancels an undue
aural alert.
Cancelled aural warning will be
HYD AUX PUMP CONTROL reactivated:
(HOT MAIN BAT BUS) at next A/C energization
Aux pump stopped 30 after after MFC 1B/2B reset
p/b released (MFC supplied) after pressing RCL pb
Aux pump stopped after p/b following TO config test
released (MFC not supplied) The alerts here after are
rearmed as soon as the
triggering condition disappears
IDLE GATE landing gear
IDLE GATE FAIL VMO, VFE, VLE
activated when the gate does Stall warning
not engage automatically Pitch trim whooler
in flight or does not extend AP disconnect
automatically on ground
In this case the idle gate lever
enables manual override in
case of failure of the automatic F/O AUDIO
logic CONTROL PANEL
In flight: push
On ground pull (an amber
band appears) Manual recording on
DFDR or CVR (when
supplied by GPU)
Manual recording
EFis Control Panel (EFCP) stopped with the
Allows to control: reset P/B
-Display of the MFD pages
(ND, SYST, PERF, MISC, VID
and MAP)
-Navigation Display (ND)
functionalities
-Warning Display (WD)

CAPT AUDIO
CONTROL ACARS & MPC Panel & flood Aileron, rudder & ATPCS test (static
PANEL PRINTER light control stby pitch trims or dynamic)

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ALT knob controls the


FD lateral mode FD vertical mode preselected altitude on the
PFD

NAV SOURCE Selector CAPT


NAV SOURCE Selector F/O side
side
Selects the NAV SOURCE for F/O FD bars ON/OFF switch
Selects the NAV SOURCE for CAPT
EHSI and/or ND depending on
EHSI and/or ND depending on
display configuration
display configuration
Chrono P/B Chrono P/B
Start/Stop/Zero Start/Stop/Zero

CRS 1 knob selects Pitch wheel to adjust CRS 2 knob selects


Course on CAPT EHSI VS or Course on F/O EHSI
Pitch attitude in basic and ND
mode

STBY COMPASS AP pb engages autopilot and


Hidden in up position. Compass yaw damper and disengages
Control should be place on DN only autopilot
For use. The compass rose is
graduated in 10 degrees YD pb engages yaw damper
increments HDG knob selects HDG bug and disengages yaw damper
on both EHSI and ND and autopilot if engaged

CPL pb permit to couple AP/FD


On CAPT or F/O side
In CAT 2 (ILS selected on NAV 1&2)
1200 ft RA: Dual coupling < >
800 ft RA: CAT 2 invalid if still in single
coupling
500 ft RA: ILS excess dev activated
100 ft RA: GS excess dev deactivated

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TAWS TAWS visual alert


GPWS MFD upper window
GPWS switch and associated lights:
If any TAWS mode is activated Displays the different
ON: All basic GPWS modes are operative PULL UP pages selected on the
FLAP OVRD: In reduced flaps landing, to inhib the Alert triggered after the GPWS EFCP:
mode 4 alert alert in mode 1, 2 and terrain and ND page (Navigation
OFF: All basic GPWS modes inhibited. OFF: light obstacle awareness modes Display: shown here)
come on
SYST page (System)
FAULT: GPWS FAULT > some or all GPWS basic
PERF page
modes are lost
ACARS message (Performance)
FAULT: TERR FAULT > some or all enhanced ATC DLK (ATC Data LinK) is MAP page (airport
modes are lost illuminated when a message is mapping)
OFF: All enhanced (TCF&TAD) modes inhibited received through the ACARS. MISC page (in
The message can be read on the provision)
MASTER WARNING VD page (Video in
MCDU
MASTER CAUTION provision)
AHRS switching P/B
To select the opposite side AHRS
source. Display P/B
When depressed, SYS 2 is The P/B allows to switch formats
illuminated on CAPT side, while (PFD/EWD/MFD) on the DU2, or ND page
CAPT / 2 is illuminated green on on DU1 if DU2 is OFF. (Navigation
F/O side Display)
The CAPT P/B has priority Different mode
selected on the
EFCP:
ADC switching P/B ARC mode
To select the opposite side ADC ROSE mode
source. PLAN mode
When depressed, SYS 2 is
illuminated on CAPT side, while CAPT
/ 2 is illuminated green on F/O side
The CAPT P/B has priority

STEEP APP P/B (optional)


When selected ON, moves
the mode 1 threshold, to
avoid TAWS triggering in
steep slope approach

AUDIO 1 SEL Index Control Panel (ICP) Memo Panel Display VCP window (Vitual Control
FAULT: When the associated Baro setting control Displays the following system Panel)
RCAU part is failed. information when selected Displays the informations about:
ALTN: Affected crew station is FUEL XFEED The COM selection
connected directly to VHF1 if PROP The NAV selection (shown here)
CAPT station is affected. Index Control Panel (ICP) HORN The SURV (surveillance) selection
Speed target control SIDE WINDOW
ENG
AIFRAME DISPLAY UNIT 2 (DU2)
NO DEVICE In the normal configuration, with
DISPLAY UNIT 1 (DU1) CAPT as PF, the MFD format is
In the normal configuration, SEAT BELT
displayed with the ND page.
with CAPT as PF, the PFD The FMA 1 (Flight Management
format is displayed Application 1) and the RMA 1 (Radio
Management Application 1) are
included in the DU2 functions

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Display P/B
The P/B allows to switch
MFD upper window formats (PFD/EWD/MFD) on
Displays the different pages Airspeed Indicator (ASI)
the DU4, or on DU5 if DU4 is
selected on the EFCP: OFF.
ND page (Navigation
Display) Flight Mode Annuciator (FMA)
SYST page (System: shown ELAPSED TIME P/B
here) When the ELAPS TM P/B is
PERF page (Performance) Attitude Display Indicator (ADI) depressed ON
MAP page (airport mapping) the flight time starts
MISC page (in provision) automatically, on the EWD,
VD page (Video in provision) Altimeter when airborne

ADC switching P/B


MASTER WARNING Vertical Speed To select the opposite side
MASTER CAUTION Indicator (VSI) ADC source.
When depressed, SYS 1
is illuminated on F/O side,
SYST page (System while F/O /1 is illuminated
page) green on CAPT side
Different mode selected The CAPT P/B has priority
on the EFCP:
ACW-HYDRAULIC
ENGINE (secondary
AHRS switching P/B
engine display)
To select the opposite side
CABIN (shown here)
AHRS source.
AC-DC ELECTRIC
When depressed, SYS 1
is illuminated on F/O side,
while F/O /1 is illuminated
green on CAPT side
The CAPT P/B has priority
CLOCK

LOUDSPEAKERS
VOLUME KNOBS
Individual knob for
each loudspeaker

VCP window (Vitual DISPLAY UNIT 5 Index Control Panel Index Control Panel READING LT knob
Control Panel) (DU5) (ICP) (ICP) Control the
Displays the In the normal Speed target control: Baro setting control: respective spot light
informations about: configuration, with F/O Speed target selection Barometric setting
The COM selection as PM, the PFD format Selection of the speed knob
(shown here) is displayed. bug between: The knob is used to set
The NAV selection AUTO: Speed bug the barometric reference. CONSOLE LT knob
The SURV (surveillance) managed by the FMS Pushing the knob sets Control the lights of
selection (Magenta) standard barometric the associated lateral
MAN: Speed bug set reference (29.92 INHG / console
Navigation Area manually by the speed 1013.25 Hpa)
With the ND on the knob (Cyan) DH / MDA knob
DISPLAY UNIT 4 (DU4) MFD, the EHSI is Speed knob Outer knob permits
In the normal configuration, with displayed on the PFD. Used to set the speed to select between DH AUDIO 2 SEL
F/O as PM, the MFD format is With an other page on bug (Decision Height) or MDA FAULT: When the
displayed with the SYST page. the MFD, a mini ND is In MAN mode (Cyan) (Minimum associated RCAU part is
The FMA 2 (Flight Management displayed on the PFD. Descent Altitude). failed.
Application 2) and the RMA 2 The mini ND can be in Inner knob is used to ALTN: Affected crew
(Radio Management Application ARC mode or ROSE set DH or MDA values, station is connected
2) are included in the DU4 mode, selected on the depending of the outer directly to VHF2 if F/O
functions EFCP. knob position. station is affected.

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Parking/emergency braking N/W STEERING Nose wheel steering Push To Talk


accumulator pressure indicator ON: The steering solenoid valve is When depressed, BOOM SET or
This indicator is used when the electrically armed. OXY mike is connected for
MFDs are not energized, to check The steering is available with an transmission over the selected
brake accumulator pressure. angle up to 60 in either direction communication facility
When the switch is activated, OFF: The steering system is
the indicator is energized for two unpressurized. Should be OFF for
minutes towing and push back
When the accumulator pressure The steering is disconnected
is <1700 psi or >3100 psi, the with an angle up to 91 in either
Test & Reset slider
indicator displays blinks. direction

Blinker indicator

Normal/100% selector

RH red grips (inflate harness)

Emergency rotaty knob

Position of the selector:


EXT PWR
DC panel indicates the DC GPU voltage & current
AC panel indicates the AC GPU voltage, load &
current
GEN 1/ 2
DC panel indicates the DC Generator voltage &
current
AC panel indicates the ACW Generator voltage,
load & current PRELIMINARY COCKPIT PREPARATION: OXYGEN MASK TEST
INV 1/ 2 INT/RAD SELECTOR (On AUDIO CONTROL PANEL) .................................SET TO INT
No indication on DC panel PRESS TO TEST AND RESET PB ............................................. DEPRESS AND HOLD
AC panel indicates the AC Inverter voltage, load NOTE: Hose and mask charged with oxygen. Observe blinker momentarily turns yellow and
& current must turn dark if there is no leak
MAIN and EMER BAT
DC panel indicates the DC Main & Emer Battery PRESS TO TEST AND RESET PB ...................................................................... HOLD
voltage & current RED GRIPS ON EACH SIDE OF THE HOSE ......................................................PRESS
No indication on AC panel NOTE: Oxygen pressure inflates the harness. Observe blinker momentarily turns yellow and
must turn dark
PRESS TO TEST AND RESET PB ...................................................................... HOLD
EMERGENCY KNOB ....................................................................................... SELECT
NOTE: Emergency flow is tested. Observe blinker momentarily turns yellow during oxygen
flow and must turn dark when the knob is released.
NOTE: In this 3 cases, check that oxygen flow sounds though loudspeakers
OXY LO PR LIGHT ................................................................. CHECK EXTINGUISHED
N/100% Selector ..................................................................................... SET to 100%

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FLIGHT DECK VENTILATION ISOLATION MAIN PNL


EXTRACT AIR FLOW Before the flight, check that all the
CAUTION: Close only in case of FWD COMPT switch and selector are in the normal
smoke position.
Enables, in case of smoke in the forward cargo If not, the MAIN PANEL is displayed
compartment, to isolate the flight deck ventilation on the FWS
preventing smoke to enter the flight compartment

BITE LOADED magnetic indicator BRK TEMP TEST


Indicates that a failure has been When depressed, MC, SC,
recorded by the maintenance system. WHEELS BRK HOT on FWS
Report to maintenance

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Annex 2. Abbreviations

A BRG Bearing
AAS Anti-icing Advisory System BRK Brake
AC Alternating Current B-RNAV Basic Area Navigation
A/C Aircraft BRT Bright
ACARS ARINC Communication Addressing BTC Bus Tie Contactor
and Reporting System BTR Bus Tie Relay
AC BTC AC Bus Tie Contactor
AC BTR AC Bus Tie Relay C
ACW Alternating Current Wild Frequency CAB Cabin
ADC Air Data Computer CAC Core Avionic Cabinet
ADF Automatic Direction Finder CAPT Captain
ADI Attitude Director Indicator CAT Category
ADN Avionic Data Network C/B Circuit Breaker
ADS Air Data System CDI Course Deviation Indicator
AFCS Automatic Flight Control System CDLS Cockpit Door Locking System
AFDX Avionic Full DupleX CHAN Channel
A/FEATH Auto Feathering CHC Charge Contactor
AFCA Auto Flight Control Application CL Condition Lever
AFT Rear Part CLA Condition Lever Angle
AFU Auto Feather Unit CLB Climb
AGB Accessory Gear Box CLR Clear
AHRS Attitude and Heading Reference CMA Centralized Maintenance Application
System CMS Cabin Management System
AHRU Attitude and Heading Reference Unit CMPTR Computer
AIL Aileron CMU Communication Management Unit
ALT Altitude (ACARS)
ALTM Altimeter COM Communication
ALTN Alternate COMPT Compartment
AMP Ampere CONFIG Configuration
AOA Angle of Attack CPL Auto Pilot Coupling
AP Auto-Pilot CPM Core Processing Module
APP Approach CRC Continuous Repetitive Chime
APU Auxiliary Power Unit CRS Course
APAU AutoPilot Actuator Unit CRZ Cruise
ARINC Aeronautical Radio INCorporated CTL Control
A 429 ARINC 429 CVR Cockpit Voice Recorder
ARM Armed
ASI Air Speed indicator D
ASYM Asymmetry DC Direct Current
ATC Air Traffic Control DCA Data Concentration Application
ATPCS Automatic Take off Power Control DELTA P Differential Pressure
System DEV Deviation
ATT Attitude DFDR Digital Flight Data Recorder
ATTND Attendant DGR Degraded
AUTO Automatic DH Decision Height
AUX Auxiliary DIFF Differential
AVAIL Available DISCH Discharge
DIM Light Dimmer
B DIST Distance
BARO Barometric DLK Data LinK
BAT Battery DME Distance Measuring Equipment
BC Back Course DMU Data Management Unit
BITE Built in Test Equipment DN Down
BPCU Bus Power Control Unit DSPL Display
BPU Battery Protection Unit DU Display Unit

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E H
EEC Engine Electronic Control HBV Handling Bleed Valve
EFCP EFis Control Panel HDG Heading
EFIS Electronic Flight Instrument System HF High Frequency
EHSI Electronic Horizontal Situation HI High
HLD Hold
Indicator
HMU Hydromechanical Unit
EHV Electro Hydraulic Valve
HP High Pressure
ELEC Electrical
HSI Horizontal Situation Indicator
ELV Elevation
HTG Heating
EMER Emergency HYD Hydraulic
ENG Engine
EQPT Equipment I
ESS Essential IAS Indicated Air Speed
ETOPS Extended Twin Operations ICP Index Control Panel
EWD Engine & Warning Display IDT Ident
EXT Exterior, External IESI Integrated Electronic Standby
Instrument
F IGN Ignition
F Farenheit ILS Instrument Landing System
IMA Integrated Modular Avionics
FAIL Failed, Failure
IND Indicator
FAP Flight Attendant Panel
IN/HG Inches of Mercury
FCOC Fuel Cooled Oil Cooler
INHI Inhibit
FCU Fuel Control Unit
INOP Inoperative
FD Flight Director INST Instrument
FDA Flight Data Application INT Interphone
FDAU Flight Data Acquisition Unit INV Inverter
FEATH, FTR Feathered, Feathering IOM Input Output Module
FF Fuel Flow ISOL Isolation
FGC Flight Guidance Computer ITT Inter Turbine Temperature
FGCP Flight Guidance and Control Panel
FGS Flight Guidance System JK
Fl Flight Idle KHZ Kilo-Hertz
KT Knot
FLT Flight
FMA Flight Management Application
L
FMA Flight Modes Annunciators
LAT Lateral
FMS Flight Management System
LAV Lavatory
F/O First Officer LB Pound
FOS Flight Operations Software LDG Landing
FQI Fuel Quantity Indication L/G Landing Gear
FT Foot, Feet LH Left Hand
FU Fuel Used LMU Light Management Unit
FWD Forward LNAV Lateral Navigation
FWS Flight Warning System LO Low
LOC Localizer
G LO-PR Low Pressure
GA Go Around LP Low Pressure
LT Light
GCU Generator Control Unit
LVL Level
GEN Generator
GI Ground Idle
M
GND Ground
MAX Maximum
GPS Global Positioning System MAP Mapping
GPU Ground Power Unit MB Millibar
GRD Ground MC Master Caution
G/S Glide Slope MCDU Multifunction Control Display Unit
GSPD Ground Speed MCP Multifunction Control Panel

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MCT Maximum Continous POS Position


MECH Mechanic P-RNAV Precision Area Navigation
MFC Multi Function Computer PRESS Pressurization, Pressure
MFCU Mechanical Fuel Control Unit PRIM Primary
MFD Multi Function Display PRKG Parking
MGT Management PROP Propeller
MHZ Megahertz PSI Pound per Square Inch
MIC Microphone PSU Pax Service Unit
MLG Main Landing Gear PT Point
MIN Minimum PT (TCAS) Proximity traffic
MIP Main Instrument Panel PTB Pitch Trim Box
MISC Miscellaneous PTT Push To Talk, Push To Test
MKR Marker PTW Pitch Thumb Wheel (same as PW)
MLW Maximum Landing Weight PVM Propeller Valve Module
MM Millimeter PWR Power
MMO Maximum Operating Mach PW Pitch Wheel (same as PTW)
MOD Modification
MPC Multi Purpose Computer Q
MPU Micro Processor Unit QAR Quick Access Recorder
MSG Messages QT Quart
MSN Manufacturer Serial Number QTY Quantity
MTOW Maximum lake off Weight
MW Master Warning R
MZFW Maximum Zero Fuel Weight RA (TCAS) Resolution Advisory
RA Radio Altitude
N RAD/ALT Radio Altitude
NAC Nacelle RAD/INT Radio/Interphone
NAV Navigation RCAU Remote Control Audio Unit
ND Navigation Display RCDR Recorder
NDB Non Directional Beacon RCL Recall
NEG Negative RCU Releasable Centering Unit
NH High Pressure Spool Rotation Speed RECIRC Recirculation
NIL Nothing, No Object REV Reverse
NL Low Pressure Spool Rotation Speed RGA Reserve Go-Around
NM Nautical Mile RGB Reduction Gear Box
NORM Normal RH Right Hand
NP Propeller Rotation Speed RLY Relay
N/W Nose Wheel RMA Radio Management Application
NWS Nose Wheel Steering RMI Radio Magnetic Indicator
RMS Radio Management System
O RNP Required Navigation Performance
OAT Outside Air Temperature RPM Revolution Per Minute
OVBD Overboard RTO Reserve Take-Off
OVERTEMP Overtemperature RUD Rudder
OVHT Overheat
OVRD Override S
OXY Oxygen SAT Static Air Temperature
SBY Stand By
P SC Single Chime, Starter Contactor
PA Passenger Address SEL Selector
PB Push Button SGL Single
PEC Propeller Electronic Control SGU Symbol Generator Unit
PED Pedestal SMK Smoke
PERF Performance SMKG Smoking
PFD Primary Flight Display S/O (SO) Shut Off
PIU Propeller Interface Unit SOV Shut Off Valve
PL Power Lever SPD Speed
PLA Power Lever Angle SPLR Spoiler
PNL Panel SPLY Supply

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STBY Stand By UNLK Unlock


STRG Steering UTLY Utility
SSFDR Solid State Flight Data Recorder
SURV Surveillance V
SVCE Service VC Calibrated Airspeed
SW Switch VCP Virtual Control Panel
SWM gateway and SWitch Module VENT Ventilation
SYS System VERT Vertical
VHF Very High Frequency
T VID Video
TA (TCAS) TRAFFIC Advisory VMO Maximum Operating Speed
TAD Terrain Awareness Display VNAV Vertical Navigation
TAS True Air Speed
VOR VHF OMNI Directional Range
TAT Total Air Temperature
VSI Vertical Speed Indicator
TAWS Terrain Awareness Warning System
TCF Terrain Clearance Floor
W
TCS Touch Control Steering
WARN Warning
TEMP Temperature
WOW Weight On Wheel
TGT Target
XFEED Cross feed
TK Tank
TLU Travel Limiting Unit XFR Transfer
T/O (TO) Take off
TOW Take off weight XY
TQ Torque YD Yaw Damper
TRU Transformer Rectifier Unit YDAU Yaw Damper Actuator Unit
TTG Time To Go
Z
U ZA Aircraft Altitude
U/F Underfloor ZCTH Theoretical Cabin Altitude
UHF Ultra High Frequency ZFW Zero Fuel Weight
UNCPL Uncouple ZP Pressure Altitude
UNDV Undervoltage ZRA Radio Altimeter Altitude

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