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82039858-A320-Avionics-Notes

82039858-A320-Avionics-Notes

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Index
1.
GENERAL
 2.
 AIR CONDITIONING
3.
 AUTOFLIGHT SYSTEM
4.
COMMUNICATION
5.
 AIRCRAFT ELECRICAL SYSTEMS
6.
EQUIPMENT / FURNISHING
7.
FIRE PROTECTION
8.
FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS
9.
FUEL SYSTEM
10.
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
11.
ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION
12.
 AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENTS SYSTEM
13.
LANDING GEAR
14.
LIGHTS
 15.
NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
16.
OXYGEN SYSTEM
17.
PNEUMATIC SYSTEM
18.
WATER AND WASTE
19.
 AUXELARY POWER UNIT
20.
DOORS
 21.
POWER PLANT
 
3
(GENERAL)
Station Numbers
Units are in Centimetres from the reference point, is 254 cm ahead of the nose
Engine station numbers start from STA - 297, at nose cowl
 
Vertical stabiliser station numbers start from STA – 5 reference point is VTZ , Z = 0
 
Horizontal stabiliser station numbers start from Y = 0 ( X axis)
 
Wing station numbers start from , STA – 0 reference point 186.8cm from X axis
 Zones
Total 8 major zones, identified by first digit of 3 digit number 
-
100 – 199 : Lower half fuselage
-
200 – 299 : Upper half fuselage
-
300 – 399 : Empenage and fuselage tail section
-
400 – 499 : Pylon & Nacelle
-
500 – 599 : Left wing
-
600 – 699 : Right wing
-
700 – 799 : Landing gear 
-
800 – 899 : doors
Even numbers at R/H side, Odd numbers at L/H side
Accesses door and panel identifications
E.g. 550AB
 
Zone panel number from panel positionreference point (eg.Top or bottom
B
= bottom)(E.g.
A
= 1
st
panel)T - Top surface F Floor panelB Bottom surface W Side wall panelL Right side C Ceiling panelZ - Internal
Fin Numbers ( Functional Identification Number )
All LRU’s has got a FIN number 
CB Panels and CB’s
Green - CB’s monitored by
SDAC
( System Data Acquisition Concentrator), if trips will be indicated on the ECAM E/W display and is a monitored CB.
Red - CB used only for wing tip brakes, locked by screw if pulled M.Mprocedure to be actioned (Qty. 2 )
Yellow - Must be pulled when flying on batteries only (load reduction purposes)Qty. 2, non monitored
49vu - Located in the flight deck OVHD CB panel
106vu - Located in the avionics compartment L/H side
105vu - Located in the avionics compartment RH side
120vu - Flight deck aft panel contains CB’s, Current transformers, Fuses &Contactors.
121vu - Located in the flight deck aft CB middle panel
122vu - Located in the flight deck aft CB top panel
123vu - Located in the flight deck aft CB 3
rd
panel from top
124vu - Located in the flight deck aft L/H side top panel
125vu - Located in the flight deck aft L/H edge panel
2000vu - Contains Maintenance bus select Sw. , CB’s , located at the flightdoor ceiling.
2001vu - At aft Galley
 
4
Avionics compartment
70vu - Annunciator Lt. test unit (access from R/H side)
80vu - Electronic rack contains computers ( located aft of avionics compartment,access from R/H side)
90vu - Electronic rack contains computers ( located aft of avionics compartment,access from R/H side)
103vu - Relay and contactor boxes (access from R/H side)
105vu - CB panel (access from R/H side)
106vu - Most of the Emergency and Essential power equipments located at L/Hside. (access from L/H side)
107vu - Relay and contactor boxes (access from R/H side close to 80vu)
109vu - WXR rack (access from door at the nose)
Cock – pit philosophy
Forward facing and dark cockpit
Crew do not required to touch OVHD panel with normal operation conditions
OVHD panelFwd half - System panel pilot could touch Aft half - Maintenance panel
Glarshield panel - Contains FCU = 2 EFIS + AFS control panel
GPWS control panel – Normal when P/B Sw release out & Lts OFF
Other Sws on OVHD panel – Normal when P/B Sw push in & Lts OFF
Push Button Sws
Pressed in - No Lts. + system activated = Normal operation
-
System activated
-
Temporary used system activation (ON)
-
System activation for maintenance purposes(ON) or override (OVRD)
Pressed in - Fault Lt ON + system activated = Fault condition
Released out - OFF Lt ON = System deactivated- Flushed with the panel
-
System deactivated (OFF)
-
Manual activation system (ON)
-
Activation of alternate system (ALTN)
Light colour philosophyRed - Failure, need immediate action Amber - Failure, awareness no immediate actionWhite - P/B pressed in abnormal position or maintenance operationGreen - Normal operation of a back up systemBlue - Normal operation of temp used system
In normal operation green but blue also can be ON
 
FAULTOFF
FAULT
OFFFAULT
OFF

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