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A320 Flight Deck Documentation
By: Ralf Anderseck 25.2.2002 Source: http://www.meriweather.com by jerome meriweather

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1 Flight Deck A320__________________________________________________________ 1 2 Overhead Panel A320 ______________________________________________________ 3
SVCE INT OVRD Switch ________________________________________________________ 8 Avionics COMPT LT Switch _____________________________________________________ 8 Data Display Window __________________________________________________________ 12
SYS Selector _______________________________________________________________________ SEC Switch ________________________________________________________________________ FAC Switch ________________________________________________________________________ GEN 1 Line Switch __________________________________________________________________ MAN ON Switch ____________________________________________________________________ 12 13 13 13 14

3 Glareshield______________________________________________________________ 29 4 Center Instrument Panel___________________________________________________ 29 5 Control Pedestral_________________________________________________________ 29 6 Rudder Pedals ___________________________________________________________ 29

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Captain's and F/O's Read Light Control(A320) Ajustable Light Reading Light Knob Controls the intensity of the overhead Reading Light.1.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . 12.c 2.d o w o .4- o m w w w .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .1.11.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .

1.c 2.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .11.2.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . Gasper Panel (A320) Gasper Air Vents 12.5- o m w w w .d o w o .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .

11.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . Fuse Panel (A320) There are no hotspots on this panel. The lettering above each breaker explains what circuit it accesses.d o w o .3.6- o m w w w .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .1.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . 12. I left it as is because it's pretty self-explanatory.c 2.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .

NORM .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .1.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . Pedestal Floor Light Auto Switching Control Enables the Captain or First Officer to use ACP 3 in case of ACP 1 or 2 failure.c 2.7- o m w w w .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .4.The First Officer makes audio selections on ACP 3 and ACP 2 is deactivated.d o w o . 12. • • • CAPT 3 .The Captain makes audio selections on ACP 3 and ACP 1 is deactivated. F/O 3 .11.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .Each crewmember uses respective dedicated equipment.

PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . Off . ON .11.Disconnect ground power.Illuminates with a failure to de-energize the oxygen mask door latches. TMR Reset Fault Light . The OK light comes on to indicate a successful test. HYD Blue Pump OVRD Switch (Guarded) • ON . MASTER switch must be ON and TEST switch must be held down for 10 seconds. • • • SVCE INT OVRD Switch AUTO . PASSENGER SYS ON Light goes off. located on the hydraulic panel. The function is inoperative when the landing gear is not compressed.c 2.Supply the associated FADEC with ground power. Leak Measurement Valve Switches (Guarded) Used for Maintenance ground test only.Enables communication to the interphone jacks.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . Used by Maintenance Tech Personnel.5. APU Auto Extinguishing Panel APU TEST Switch Tests APU Fire Warning. provided the ENG FIRE switch is not released.Used by Maintenance to allow communication when the landing gear is not compressed. ON . Maintenance Oxygen Switch • TMR Reset Switch . is in AUTO. Reset Switch Resets test circuit. ENG ENG FADEC GND PWR Switches (Guarded) • • ON .Turns the avionics compartment lighting on.8- o m w w w . and ON light illuminates. When the light is on. For test. portions of the Hydraulic system are inoperative. The ON light illuminates.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . Maintenance Panel (A320) • automatically when the avionics compartment door is opened.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . auto extinguishing and shutdown circuits.Resets control circuit when selected ON.d o w o . CVR HeadSet Audio Jack for monitoring the operation of the Cockpit Voice Recorder. provided the BLUE ELEC PUMP switch.Causes the avionics compartment lighting to come on 12. • • • Avionics COMPT LT Switch AUTO .The Blue electric pump is energized.1.

d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .11.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .d o w o .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .c 2.9- o m w w w . Captain's and F/O's Read Light Control(A320) Ajustable Light Reading Light Knob Controls the intensity of the overhead Reading Light.1.6. 12.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .

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06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .2.c 2.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . OBS Audio ENT ( A320 ) OBS Audio ENT Observer Audio 12.1.11- o m w w w .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .d o w o .11.

Data Entry Keyboard Allows entry of preset position or heading in ATT mode.Deactivates associated ADIRU. • TK/GS . Heading must be entered via the ADIRS Control Display Unit and must be reset frequently.Displays system status message code.Illuminates white when the associated IR is operating normally in the ALIGN mode. SYS Selector • OFF . 12. Enters keyed data into the ADIRS when pushed. • No present position entry has been made after ten minutes.Select N.Illuminates amber when a fault is detected in the associated air data reference part.c 2. • NAV . IR Mode Selector toptop • OFF .12- o m w w w . • WIND . Clears keyed (but not yet entered) data from display window when pushed. Also illuminates for a few seconds at the beginning of the alignment. 2 & 3 toptop • FAULT .2. • ATT .Displays true track and groundspeed. • 1. W for present position entry or H for heading entry in ATT mode.2.Displays present latitude and longitude.Illuminates when and alpha key is selected. Data Selector • Test . in the selected system.Displays true Wind direction and speed. Flashes if: • IR alignment fault detected. S. • STS .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . • ENT Key . ON BAT Light Illuminates amber when one or more ADIRUs is supplied by airplane battery only. • HDG .Displays true Heading and minutes remaining until alignment is completed. E. • ALIGN .Key in present position or present magnetic heading in ATT mode. ADIRS Control Display Panel (A320) Numeric Keys . 2 & 3 toptop • FAULT .Displays all 8s in data display window and illuminates ENT and CLR keys. 3 or 2 . • PPOS . ADR Lights 1.Provides full inertial data to airplane system.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . • Alpha Keys .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .Disconnects air data output to associated ADR.11. IR is not affected. Flashes if attitude and heading information is recoverable in the ATT mode.d o w o .Blanks data display window. Keyboard entry overrides the display.Provides only attitude and heading data if loss of navigation capability occurs.Illuminates when keyed data is of an unreasonable value. • Data Display Window Displays the data selected by the DATA Selector.Displays data for associated IRS. Both ADR and IR data are not available. • Difference between position at shut down and entered position exceeds 1° of latitude or longitude. • CLR Key . to the data display window.Illuminates amber when a Fault affects the associated IR. OFF Switch . IR Lights 1.

• OFF .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . Horn Shut OFF Switch Silences the Evacuation Horn in the cockpit when pushed.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . • Fault Light .11. Pushing the COMMAND switch a second time cancels the Evacuation alert.Disengages associated computer. • OFF .3 EVAC Controls (A320) Flight Controls ELAC Switch • ON . A fuel pump in each 12.Engages the associated spoiler and elevator and aileron computer. SEC Switch • ON .Activates evacuation alert. • OFF .Disengages associated computer.Engages the associated flight augmentation computer.Illuminates amber when a failure is detected.13- o m w w w . • Fault Light . • Fault Light . The EVAC light flashes and horn sounds in the cockpit. CAPT and CAPT/PURS Switch (Wired Guard) Safety wired to the CAPT/PURS position.d o w o .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .Disengages associated computer. Allows activation of an Evacuation alert from the cockpit or cabin. EVAC lights flash at forward and AFT Flight Attendant panels and Evacuation tone sounds in the cabin.Illuminates amber: • When a failure is detected • During ELAC power up test. GEN 1 Line Switch • OFF . FAC Switch • ON .2. • EVAC Command Switch ON .Engages the associated elevator and aileron computer.3 EVAC Controls (A320)“\|3 2.c “ 2.2.Illuminates amber when a failure is detected.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .Causes the GEN 1 line contactor to open. EMER ELEC PWR EMER GEN Test Switch Normally used by Maintenance.

and • the nose gear is up.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .11. RAT & ENER GEN Fault Light . 12.The RAT extends.Illuminates amber when Smoke is detected in the avionics Ventilation systen. • Smoke Light .Illuminates red with a loss of power to AC buses 1 and 2 if: • The emergency generator is not supplying electrical power. provided AC bus 1 and 2 are not electrically powered and speed is above 100 knots.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .d o w o . Emergency generators coupling occurs provided the landing gear is up. • ON .c wing tank remains powered by GEN 1 and GEN 2 powers AC bus 1.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .14- o m w w w . the emergency generator is hydraulically powered by the blue system. If the Landing Gear is up.The RAT extends automatically. MAN ON Switch • AUTO .

FLAP Mode Inhibits the GPWS Flap Mode to prevent nuisance warnings when landing with other than landing flaps. • On the ground for the first five minutes following electrical power application. provided the airplane is on the ground and the parking brake handle is on. During the test.CVR and DFDR are automatically energized illuminates. LDG FLAP 3 • ON .d o w o .2.Illuminates amber when a GPWS malfunction is detected. SYS Switch G/S Mode Inhibits the GPWS glide slope mode. All GPWS warning are inhibited. • AUTO . a low frequency tone is heard through the cockpit loudspeakers. • In flight.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .11. OFF .All GPWS warnings are inhibited. Ground Proximity Warning System (GPWS) & Cockpit Voice Recorder (RCDR) ( A320 ) On the ground with at least one engine running. The CVR and DFDR stop automatically five minutes after the last engine is shut down. The ON light illuminates.Inhibits the GPWS Flap Mode to prevent nuisance warnings when landing with flaps 3. FAULT Light .Energizes the cockpit voice recorder (CVR) and digital flight data recorder (DFDR).c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . FAULT .Illuminates when failure is detected with the enhanced modes.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . • ON .Inhibits the GPWS enhanced modes. • CVR Erase Switch Erases tape when pushed for two seconds. the CVR test is activated provided the CVR is energized and the parking brake handle is on. RCDR GND CTL Switch (Spring-loaded) Any power interruption may cause the GND CTL switch to revert to AUTO.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .15- o m w w w . 12.4. CVR Test Switch When pushed and held.c 2. GPWS TERR • • • • OFF .

• The CALL light flashes. FWD/AFT Switches When pushed: • A pink light illuminates at the corresponding Flight Attendant area call panel. • The CALL light flashes. Crew Supply Switch • • • ON . Low Oxygen pressure is supplied to the masks. Reset is achieved when the Flight Attendant hangs up the handset.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . the COCKPIT CALL light illuminates on the external service interphone panel. • A high/low chime sounds through the corresponding loudspeaker. is pushed.d o w o . • A "CAPTAIN CALL" message appears on the corresponding Flight Attendant indication panel. Remains on until the OXYGEN TMR RESET switch is pushed on the overhead maintenance panel. the external horn is silenced. ON . EMER Switch (Guarded) When selected ON: • The ON light flashes. Rain RPLNT Switch Deactivated Wiper Selector Controls operation of the respective Wiper. Calls Panel & Rain Repellent & Wiper Controls ( A320 ) pushed. The COCKPIT CALL light remains illuminated until the RESET switch. Calls Panel MECH Switch Initiates call to ground personnel. Oxygen mask doors open. Wiper Controls Oxygen Panel Video IN Use Illuminates when cabin Video System is operating.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . • A pink light flashes at all Flight Attendant area call panels. Mask MAN ON Switch (Red Guarded) • • AUTO . • A "EMERGENCY CALL" message appears on all Attendant indication panels. the Wiper stops out of view. Passenger SYS ON Light Illuminates when Oxygen mask doors open.c 2.16- o m w w w .When pressed.Oxygen mask doors open automatically when cabin altitude exceeds 14. When released.000 feet.Oxygen supply valve is open. • Three long buzzers sound in the cockpit.Oxygen supply valve is closed and OFF light illuminates. If an emergency call is initiated from the cabin: • The ON light flashes. Oxygen Panel. OFF . • A high/low chime sounds through all loudspeakers.5.11. When selected OFF.2. and an external horn sounds. located on the external service interphone panel.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . When 12.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .

PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .2.c 2. SQUIB lights illuminate to facilitate identification of the agent switch to be activated. When the AGENT switch is pushing momentarily: • Bottle is discharged • DISCH light illuminates • APU TEST Switch Tests fire detection and extinguishing system operation. SQUIB light illuminates. ENG 1 & 2 Agent 1/2 Switches Arms when the corresponding ENG FIRE switch is released out. Engine / APU Fire Control Panel ( A320 ) ENG 1 & 2 Fire Switches ( guarded ) When released out. When the AGENT switch is pushed momentarily: • Bottle is discharged • Related DISCH light illuminates • ENG 1 & 2 TEST Switches Test the fire detection and extinguishing system operation.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .17- o m w w w . • Activates ECAM ENG FIRE warning • Activates continuous chime • Illuminates the following: • Flashing MASTER WARN lights • ENG FIRE switch • SQUIB lights • DISCH lights • FIRE lights on engine start and ignition panel • APU Fire Switch ( guarded ) When released out: • Cancels aural warning • APU shuts down • Squib is armed • Squib light illuminates • Fuel LP valve is closed • APU bleed and crossbleed valves are closed • APU generator is deactivated • APU Fire Light APU Fire light illuminates independently of switch position when the APU fire warning is activated.d o w o .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .6. Does not cause automatic shutdown of APU. APU Agent Switch Arms by pushing the APU FIRE switch.11.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . • Activates ECAM APU FIRE warning • Activates continuous chime • Illuminates the following: • Flashing MASTER WARN lights • APU FIRE switch on APU FIRE Panel • SQUIB light DISCH light 12. an electrical signal: • Cancels aural warning • Arms squibs • Deactivates generator • Closes the following valves • Fuel LP • Engine fuel return • Hydraulic bleed • Pack flow control • ENG 1 & 2 Fire Lights Illuminate independently of the switch position as long as the respective engine fire warning is activated.

Fault Light . the light 12.The Pump is deenergized. the light remains on as long as the overheat is present. in which case. in which case.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . RAT MAN ON Switch ( red Guard ) When pushed. the light remains on as long as the overheat is present. • Fault Light .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . • OFF . provided one engine is running or the BLUE PUMP OVRD switch has been pressed. • OFF .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .c 2. except during an overheat.The reversible motor pump is armed and both yellow and green electrohydraulic valves are open.11. The PTU runs automatically when the differential pressure between the green and yellow systems is more than 500 psi. Power generation stops.Illuminates amber to indicate: • Green or yellow reservoir overheat • Green or yellow reservoir low air pressure • Green or yellow reservoir low level Extinguishes when the PTU switch is selected OFF.Illuminates amber to indicate: • Reservoir low level • Reservoir overheat • Reservoir low air pressure • Pump low pressure Extinguishes when the BLUE ELEC PUMP switch is selected OFF. except during an overheat. Hydraulic Control & Fuel Panels ( A320 ) Hydraulic Control Panel ENG 1 & 2 Pump Switch & Light • Switch • ON . in which case.Both green and yellow PTU electro-hydraulic valves are energized and close.18- o m w w w .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . The RAT extends automatically in flight with a loss of AC buses 1 and 2.7. • OFF .2.The Pump is energized. • Light Illuminates amber to indicate: • Reservoir low level • Reservoir overheat • Reservoir low air pressure • Pump low pressure Extinguishes when the ENG PUMP switch is selected OFF.The Pump is depressurized.d o w o . Power transfer stops. the RAM Air Turbine extends. Blue ELEC Pump Switch & Fault Light ( Guarded ) • Switch • AUTO .The Pump Pressurizes the system when the Engine is running. except during an overheat. • PTU Switch & Fault Light • Switch • AUTO . provided AC power is available: • In flight • On the ground.

Center Tank Pumps control is automatic: • Pumps operate at engine start for two minutes • Pumps operate provided slats are retracted • Pumps automatically turn off five minutes after Center Tank low level is reached • MAN . the pump remains deenergized at the next electrical power application. If electrical power is removed.Activates associated Center Tank Pump. • Fault Light . • OFF .d o w o . Fuel Panel X FEED Switch & Open Light • Switch • OFF . • ENG 1 & 2 L/R TK Pumps Switch & Fault Lights • Switch • • CTR TK 1 & 2 Pump Switches & Fault Lights • Switch • ON . • Fault Lights .Open Crossfeed valve.Allows manual control of Center Tank Pumps with CTR TK PUMP switches. Yellow ELEC Pump & Fault Light • Switch • ON . During cargo door operation.19- o m w w w . all other yellow system users are inhibited. It is automatically energized when the forward or aft cargo door lever is operated. Fault Lights .c remains on as long as the overheat is present.Illuminates amber to indicate: • Reservoir low level • Reservoir overheat • Reservoir low air pressure • Pump low pressure Extinguishes when the YELLOW ELEC PUMP switch is selected OFF.Illuminates amber when the delivery pressure drops. ON illuminates white. • 12.000 pounds.Illuminates amber when the associated Pump is operating and delivery pressure drops. • ON .Energize associated Tank Pump. • Mode SEL Switch & Fault Lights • Switch • AUTO . • Open Light .Illuminates amber when Center Tank has more than 550 pounds of fuel and the left or right wing Tank has less than 11.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .The Pump is deenergized. • OFF .Closes Crossfeed valve.Deactivate associated Center Tank Pump.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . except for the No. • OFF . except during an overheat.The Pump is energized. • Fault Lights . If MAN mode is selected on MODE SEL switch. in which case.Deactivate associated Tank Pump. ON .Illuminates green when Crossfeed valve is fully open.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . Inhibited when OFF selected.11. fuel feeds only when center Tank Pumps' delivery pressure drops below threshold. 2 engine thrust reverser and the brake accumulator.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . the light remains on as long as the overheat is present.

8. • OFF . When pushed. • IDG 1/2 Switches Guarded and normally springloaded out.The Galleys are not electrically powered. • AUTO .Illuminates amber when any generator load is above 100% of its rated output.11. The main Galley bus is automatically shed when only one generator is operating. • Normal .The Battery charge limiter is not operating and the batery line contactor is open.20- o m w w w .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . Electrical Control Panel ( A320 ) BAT 1/2 Indication Window Display the Battery voltage BAT 1/2 Switches Controls the operation of the corresponding battery charge limiter. except on the ground when the APU or external power is available.AC ESS BUS is supplied from AC BUS 2. the battery contactor opens. • AC ESS Feed Switch Enables the AC ESS BUS to be powered via AC BUS 2 instead of AC BUS 1. The HOT BAT buses remain powered.d o w o .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . • ALTN . In addition. • Fault Light .2.c 2.AC ESS BUS is supplied from AC BUS 1. • Fault Light .Illuminates amber when the AC ESS BUS is not electrically powered.The Galleys are electrically powered.The Batteries are automatically connected to the DC BAT bus during the following: • APU starting • Battery charging • Below 100 knots on the ground with a loss of AC buses 1 and 2 • OFF . the IDG is disconnected from its drive shaft and can only be reconnected by Maintenance.Illuminates amber when the charging current for the corresponding battery increases at an abnormal rate. 12. • Fault Light . • Galley Switch • AUTO . The OFF light illuminates white provided the DC BAT bus is powered.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .

• Fault Light . or external power supply. • • EXT PWR Switch When pushed with the EXT PWR AVAIL light illuminated: • External Power line contactor closes • AVAIL light goes off • ON light illuminates When pushed with the EXT PWR ON light illuminated: • External Power line contactor opens • ON light goes off • AVAIL light illuminates 12. The fault circuit is reset. or the line contactor opens without selecting the APU GEN switch OFF. • OFF .21- o m w w w . Both contactors are closed in case of one engine-driven generator. OFF . or the line contactor opens without selecting the respective GEN switch OFF. • APU GEN Switch • ON .The Generator field is deenergized and the line contactor opens.11.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .Illuminates amber if a protection trip is initiated by the Generator control unit (GCU).The Generator field is energized and the line contactor closes provided electrical parameters are normal and the EXT PWR line contactor is open.The Generator field is deenergized and the line contactor opens. AVAIL Light . • Fault Light .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .Both Bus Tie contactors are open. The fault circuit is reset.d o w o .The Bus Tie contactors open or close automatically to maintain power supply to AC buses 1 and 2.Illuminates green provided External Power is plugged in and electrical parameters are normal.Illuminates amber if a protection trip is initiated by the Generator control unit (GCU). • BUS TIE Switch • AUTO . The bus tie contactor (1 and/or 2) automatically closes if generators 1 and/or 2 are not operating.c GEN 1/2 Switches • ON . • OFF .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .The Generator field is energized and the line contactor closes provided electrical parameters are normal. The APU GEN FAULT light is inhibited when APU speed is low. One contactor is closed when one engine-driven generator supplies the associated AC bus and the APU generator or external power supplies the other side.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .

• Fault Light .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . the zone Hot Air pressure regulating valve and trim air valves automatically close.Automatically controls zone Hot Air pressure regulating valve. If this occurs.d o w o .Closes Hot Air pressure regulating valve and trim air valves and resets fault circuit. except in the following conditions: • Upstream pressure is below minimum • Compressor outlet overheat • During Engine Start sequence with ENG MODE selector set to IGN/START or CRANK and: • Either ENG MASTER switch is ON • The start valve is open • N2 is less than 50% • Corresponding fire switch is depressed • DITCHING switch is selected ON • OFF .2. • Fault Light . The FAULT light stay on until . Zone Temperature Selectors Adjust Temperature for associated Zone.Illuminates amber when Pack Flow control valve position disagrees with selected position. Air Conditioning & Pneumatic Controls ( A320 ) Air Conditioning PACK Flow Selector Permits selection of Pack Flow according to number of passengers and ambient conditions. HOT AIR Switch • ON . Valve regulates flow. • OFF .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .c 2.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .power temperature is sensed with the switch off.9.Closes Pack Flow control valve. or if compressor outlet overheats • RAM AIR Switch (Guarded) 12.22- o m w w w .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .11.Automatically controls Pack Flow control valve. • PACK 1/2 Switches • ON .Illuminates amber when duct overheat is detected.

• OFF .Illuminates when selected on. If the DITCHING switch is in its normal guarded position: • Ram Air inlet opens • Normal outflow valve control is maintained if differential pressure is greater than or equal to 1 psi • Outflow valve opens if differential pressure is less than 1 psi.c ON .Closes Ram Air inlet.d o w o . overpressure or over-temperature detected • ENG FIRE switch not released out • Engine start valve is closed • OFF . OFF light illuminates white.Closes Bleed valve and HP valve.Illuminates amber to indicate: • Over-pressure downstream of Bleed valve • Bleed overheat • Wing or engine leak on associated side • Bleed valve not closed during Engine Start • Bleed valve not closed with APU Bleed ON APU BLEED Switch • ON . • OFF . • X BLEED Selector • AUTO .11.Opens crossbleed valve SHUT .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .Illuminates amber when APU leak is detected. • OPEN .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .Closes APU valve.Opens crossbleed valve if APU Bleed valve is open.Opens Bleed valve provided: • Upstream pressure is above 8 psi • APU BLEED switch is OFF or APU Bleed valve is closed • There is no leak.Closes crossbleed valve • 12.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .Opens APU Bleed valve provided N is greater than 95% and there is no leak on APU or left side Bleed. closes crossbleed valve if APU Bleed valve is closed or an air leak is detected.23- o m w w w . • Fault Light . • Fault Light . Pneumatic ENG BLEED 1/2 Switches • ON .

Illuminates amber only when fault detected in both automatic systems. • UP . LDG ELEV Selector • Auto (Detent) .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . • MAN . The cabin altitude indication on the ECAM PRESS page may fluctuate when switching from AUTO to MAN. when MODE SEL switch is positioned to MAN. Spring loaded to neutral. • Fault Light . Probe/Window Heat Probe/Window Heat • AUTO . ICE" message appear on ECAM MEMO display • Engine Anti Ice valves open provided Engine bleed air is available.24- o m w w w .Provides Heating of Probes and Windows: • Cabin PRESS MAN V/S CTL Switch Controls the outflow valve position via the manual motor.c 2. • Mode SEL Switch • Auto .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . ICE" message appear on ECAM MEMO display • Wing Anti Ice valves open provided pneumatic supply is available. Illuminates white when selected.Illuminates if Engine Anti Ice valve position disagrees with switch position. as outflow valve operation is slow.Illuminates when either of the following occur: • Wing Anti Ice valve position disagrees with selected position.Moves valve towards open position. Outflow valve is controlled by one system at a time. • ON • "ON" light illuminates • "ENG A.Allows manual control by the MAN V/S CTL switch. • ON • "ON" light illuminates • "WING A.Automatic mode is operating.Moves valve towards closed position. • Continuous ignition is provided when the valve is open • OFF • "ON" light goes OFF • Engine Anti Ice valves close • Fault Light .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . Window Heat & Cabin Press Panel(A320) Anti Ice Wing Controls Wing Anti Ice system simultaneously on both Wings. the valves open for 30 seconds only • OFF • "ON" light goes OFF • Wing Anti Ice valves close • Fault Light . • ENG 1 / 2 Controls the respective engine anti-ice system. • Low pressure is detected.11. On the ground.2. • DN .Provides automatic Heating of Probes and Windows: • Inflight • On the ground provided one engine is running.10.Pressurization system uses selected value for landing elevation reference in the event of an 12. (TAT Probes excluded) • ON .Pressurization system uses FMGS-determined landing elevation to optimize pressure schedule.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . • Other Positions .d o w o . Anti Ice Control. Switch must be held in position until target V/S is reached.

Outflow valve will not automatically • 12.d o w o . Actual value is displayed on the ECAM CRUISE and PRESS pages.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .25- o m w w w .c • Ditching Switch ( Guarded ) • Normal .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . FMGC failure or incorrect landing elevation in the database.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .Selects normal system operation. ON . emergency ram air inlet. avionics ventilation inlet and extract valves and pack flow control valve.Commands operating system to close the outflow valve.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .11.

26- o m w w w . • TAXI .. • OFF .Turns lights ON • Beacon Lights Controls the operation of the red Beacon lights located on the top and bottom of the fuselage.Turns first set of navigation lights ON • 2 .Turns the taxi and takeoff lights ON.O.Turns the taxi lights ON.Turns second set of navigation lights ON • RWY Turn OFF Lights Controls the operation of the Runway turnoff lights located on the nose gear strut. • RETRACT .Turns lights ON • NAV & LOGO Lights Controls the operation of the navigation lights.Turns lights ON • Wing Lights Controls the operation of the wing illumination lights located on each side of the forward fuselage.d o w o . • OFF . . • ON .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .Causes strobe lights to come on automatically when the nose gear shock absorber is not compressed. • OFF .Causes the respective light to go off. • APU Control Master Switch When selected ON: • On illuminates blue • ECB power-up test is initiated • APU air inlet flap opens • APU fuel isolation valve opens • APU fuel pump runs • ECAM APU page is displayed When selected OFF: • On light extinguishes • APU START switch AVAIL light extinguishes • APU shuts down after two minutes for cooling • APU air inlet flap closes • START Switch When selected ON: • On illuminates blue • The APU starter is energized after air inlet flap is fully open • Ignition occurs 12.Turns lights ON • Land L / R Controls the operation of the Left and Right Landing lights located inboard of the engines.Turns lights OFF • ON . • OFF . The light comes on automatically when fully extended.Turns lights OFF • AUTO . The lights illuminate the wing leading edge and engine air intake. • Nose Controls the operation of the taxi and takeoff lights located on the nose gear strut.Turns the taxi and takeoff lights OFF. (but remain extended) • ON .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . • OFF .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . • OFF .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .2.11.Turns lights OFF • ON . Lighting & APU Control Panel ( A320 ) Exterior Lights Strobe Lights Controls the operation of the white strobe lights located on each wing tip and below the APU tail cone.c 2. • OFF .Turns lights OFF • ON . • T.11. Dual navigation lights are located on each wingtip and on the APU tail cone.Turns lights OFF • 1 .Causes the respective light to extend.Causes the respective light to retract and turn off.

Associated chime sounds. All liquid crystal displays (LCDs) indicate "8"s. • AUTO .Increases the illumination of the Annunciator lights for normal operation..d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . The EXIT signs may or may not illuminate. the starter is deenergized and ignition ceases At 95% N: • On light extinguishes • AVAIL light illuminates green • The APU is available to supply Bleed Air and/or Electrical power • After 10 seconds the ECAM APU page disappears. independent of EMER EXIT LT selector.Causes NO SMOKING and EXIT to come on when the landing gear is extended and to go off when the gear is retracted.Currently the NO SMOKING sign is always illuminated and needs to remain in Auto to allow for Emergency exit battery charging.Turns NO SMOKING and EXIT signs off and associated chime sounds. • DIM .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . • ARM .Turns Dome light OFF • DIM . Dome Light • OFF .Causes all flight deck annunciator lights to illuminate.d o w o . UPDATE .Causes FASTEN SEAT BELT signs (in cabin) and RETURN TO YOUR SEAT sign (in lavatories) to illuminate. • Interior Lighting Control OVHD INTEG LT Controls the intensity of the overhead integral lighting.Reduces Dome lighting intensity • BRT .Causes NO SMOKING signs to illuminate and associated chime sounds.Reduces the illumination of Annunciator lights • BRT . Ice IND & STBY Compass Controls the operation of the ice indicator and standby compass integral lighting. • • • EMER EXIT LT • ON .Causes overhead emergency lights.c At a preset N.Causes overhead emergency lights to automatically illuminate if AC bus 1 or DC ESS SHED bus fails.11. • ON . Emergency Lighting / Signs Control Seat Belts Lights • OFF .300 feet and may illuminate when the NO SMOKING switch is selected ON. Associated chime sounds when the signs come on and go off. Escape path lighting and EXIT signs automatically illuminate if DC ESS SHED bus fails or normal aircraft electrical power fails without the emergency generator operating. • No Smoking Lights • OFF . 12. or if the emergency generator is operating due to normal aircraft electrical power failure. ON . EXIT signs and escape path lighting system to illuminate.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .27- o m w w w .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . depending on which Cabin Attendant Module (CAM) is installed.Selects both Dome lights on high intensity ANN Light • TEST . EXIT sign also automatically illuminate when cabin altitude exceeds 11.Turns signs off and associated chime sounds.

The interphone is "hot" between cockpit crew members.When pushed.When pushed. oxygen mask or hand mike. Reception is normal.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . • INT .c 2.11. CAB . PA . Light goes off after 60 seconds if not reset. When knob is released out. allows communication on the flight interphone system. PA announcements can also be made using the cockpit handset without selecting the PA transmission switch.12. Reception Knobs Select reception channels and adjust associated audio levels. The channel is deselected by pushing the switch again or selecting another channel.d o w o . allows communication on applicable transceiver. INT .Used for PA transmission via boom. MECH and ATT transmission switches. "MECH" flashes when a call is received from the external service interphone panel.2. • VHF/HF .When pushed. Light goes off after 60 seconds if not reset.Disconnects microphones from transmission.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . Reset Switch Extinguishes lights in the CALL. 12. allows communication on the Cabin interphone system or service interphone. The transmission switch must be pressed and held to use the PA system. Spring-loaded to the neutral position. Neutral . selected the associated channel for transmission and the three green lines illuminate.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . INT / RAD Switch Operates as a press-to-talk switch for boon or oxygen mask microphones. RAD . • • • • • ON Voice Switch Inhibits ADF and VOR IDENT signals. the respective channel is selected and the knob illuminates. regardless of the transmission switch selection. a320 Throttle Controls Transmission Switches When pushed in.Connects boom or mask microphones to facility selected on the ACP. "ATT" flashes when a call is received from a Flight Attendant station.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .28- o m w w w . Switch illuminates when pushed in. The INT knob must be selected for reception. "CALL" flashes when a SELCAL is received on the applicable radio.

The switch illuminates green when pushed.c 2.29- o m w w w . the radio navigation back-up mode engages. Displayed in STBY/CRS window. Radio Selection Switches (VHF. exchanges the active and standby frequencies.13. Tuning an ILS on either RMP tunes both ILS receivers. STBY NAV Selection Switches (VOR. Inner knob controls decimal values. and tunes the new active frequency. if both RMPs are in the standby NAV mode. Radio Management Panel (RMP) ( A320 ) Frequency Displays Windows • ACTIVE . SEL Indicator Illuminates on both RMPs when a transceiver normally associated with an RMP is tuned by another RMP.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . Frequency Selector Knobs Selects the course or standby radio frequency. HF & AM) When pushed.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . and is changed by rotating the frequency selector knobs.Displays the NAV course or standby radio frequency. • NAV Switch (Guarded) When pressed on RMP 1 or 2. .d o w o . MLS & ADF) When the NAV switch is selected.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . STBY/CRS . This frequency is activated by pushing the transfer switch. Each RMP tunes its respective VOR. Pushing switch a second time returns control to the FMGC. The ADF can only be tuned on RMP 1. BFO Switch When selected.2.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . the Beat Frequency Oscillator mode becomes active. 12.Shows the active frequency of the selected radio (which is identified by the illuminated radio selection key). ON/OFF Switch Controls the power supply to the Radio Management • Transfer Switch (Arrow) When pushed. the ACTIVE window displays the tuned frequency and the STBY/CRS window displays the Standby frequency. provided the ADF receiver is selected. ILS. ILS and ADF receivers are controlled by the RMP. enables tuning of the selected navaid via the frequency selector knobs. Removes auto-tuning from the FMGC and the VOC.11.

• Fault Light .Disengages associated computer.Illuminates amber: • When a failure is detected • During ELAC power up test.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . • Fault Light . • SEC 2/3 Switch • ON .Engages the associated spoiler and elevator and aileron computer.Illuminates amber when a failure is detected.Closes Cargo Heat pressure regulating valve and reset fault circuit. Cargo Heat HOT AIR Switch • AUTO .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . • Fault Light .Engages the associated elevator and aileron computer. • Fault Light . • OFF .Engages the associated flight augmentation computer.2. • OFF .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .Illuminates amber when a failure is detected.Automatically controls Cargo Heat pressure regulating valve. • OFF .Disengages associated computer.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .d o w o . • Fault Light . • OFF . • OFF . • FAC Switch • ON .14. System then resets with ISOL VALVE switch ON.Closes inlet and outlet Isolation valves and turns off extraction fan.Illuminates amber when duct overheat is detected and extinguishes when temperature drops and OFF is selected.Opens inlet and outlet Isolation valves and activates extraction fan provided there is no smoke detected in the AFT cargo compartment. • AFT ISOL Valve Switch • AUTO .c 2. Flight Controls & Cargo Heat(A320) Flight Controls ELAC Switch • ON .11.Illuminates amber when either inlet or outlet valve is in 12.30- o m w w w .Disengages associated computer.

c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .Approximately 40°F HOT .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . disagreement with the selected position.31- o m w w w .c • Temperature Selector Adjust temperature for AFT Cargo compartment.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . • • • COLD .11.d o w o .Approximately 60°F 12.Approximately 80°F Center .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .

d o w o .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .2. • Extinguishes when Agent 2 is discharged.c 2. • Closes ventilation system isolation valves.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . Cargo Smoke Panel ( A320 ) A320 Cargo Smoke Panel Smoke Light (red) FWD / AFT Illuminates when smoke is detected in respective Cargo compartment.11.15. Activation of the AFT CARGO SMOKE light also closes the AFT Cargo inlet and outlet isolation valves and shuts off the AFT Cargo extraction fan. 12.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .32- o m w w w . • Tests DISCH lights. • Tests SMOKE lights twice with associated ECAM. DISCH ( red Guarded ) Discharges associated agent (1 or 2) in the respective Cargo compartment (FWD or AFT). • DISCH Lights 1 & 2 (amber) Illuminate when associated extinguishing agent has been discharged. • DISCH Agent 2 Light (amber) • Illuminates 60 minutes after Agent 1 is discharged in the FWD or AFT compartment. A320 TEST Button • Tests smoke detectors in sequence. Activated by both loops or by one loop if the other is faulty.

• Engine Manual Start / N1 Mode Panel ENG MAN Start Switches 12.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .Stops the two cabin recirculation fans.2.The start valve is closed unless a start cycle is in progress.11. The ON light illuminates blue. • The blower fan stops. • In flight.Activates the two cabin recirculation fans.d o w o . When either switches are in OVRD: • The system goes to closed circuit configuration.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . • OFF . if available.c 2.16. • ON • • ENG N1 Mode Switches • ON . • OFF . Rain RPLNT Switch The start valve opens. • On ground after takeoff power applied. or in flight: the Ventilation system is in closed circuit configuration. • Air from Air Conditioning system is added to Ventilation system. CAB Fans Switch • ON . Ventilation Panel. provided the ENG MODE selector is in CRANK or IGN/START and N2 is less than 10%. Engine Start & Rain Repellent & Wiper Controls ( A320 ) Ventilation Panel Blower/Extract Switches When both switches are in AUTO: • On ground before takeoff power applied: the Ventilation system is in open circuit configuration.Thrust control reverts from the normal (EPR) control mode to the alternate (N1) control mode.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . • text When both switches are in OVRD: • Air is provided from the Air Conditioning system and then extracted overhead.33- o m w w w .The normal (EPR) control mode is selected. OFF . the Wiper stops out of view. When an automatic reversion to the N1 rated or unrated mode occurs. • Wiper Controls Wiper Selector Controls operation of the respective Wiper. • The ON light illuminates blue.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . • Both pack valves close. When selected OFF. Ventilation system can be in the intermediate configuration if skin temperature is above flight threshold. selecting the switch confirms the mode.

11.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .d o w o .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .34- o m w w w .c 3 Glareshield 12.

Extinguishes when the opposite ( F/O Light ) is returned to neutral. The lights extinguish when: • Either MASTER CAUT light is pushed. Accompanied by a single chime. Master CAUT Light Illuminate amber for level 2 cautions.c 3.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .1. • The EMER CANC key on the ECAM Control Panel is pushed. • Captain's Light Illuminates green to indicate associated Sidestick has established priority by activation of its priority switch and the opposite Sidestick is not in neutral. • Excessive localizer deviation or glide slope deviation. • Third push resets the Chronometer and removes the display. The EMER CANC key on the ECAM Control Panel is pushed.d o w o . • • The CLR key on the ECAM Control Panel is pushed.35- o m w w w .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . The aural Warning stops when: • Either MASTER WARN light is pushed. Accompanied by an aural Warning. • The Warn no longer exists. 12. • The Caution no longer exists. Master WARN Light Flash red for level 3 Warnings. • The Warning no longer exists. CHRONO Switch • First push causes Chronometer time to display in boxed format in lower-left comer of on-side ND.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . • The CLR key on the ECAM Control Panel is pushed. • Loss of localizer signal above 15 feet RA or loss of glide slope signal above 100 feet RA. • The EMER CANC key on the ECAM Control Panel is pushed.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . The lights extinguish when: • Either MASTER WARN light is pushed. Extinguishes when sidestick activation is reestablished by: • Release of other priority switch in less than 30 seconds.11. Operates independently of clock Chronometer and other ND Chronometer. • Pushing either priority switch momentarily to cancel a latched priority condition. Side Stick Priority Lights Arrow Light Illuminates red in front of pilot losing authority. • Second push freezes the displayed value. a320 ACARS IDU AUTO Land Auto Land Illuminates below 200 feet RA in the LAND mode when any one of the following occurs: • Both Autopilots are off.

36- o m w w w . Mode Selector Provides selection of desired navigation display. The selected switch is illuminates.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . The outer knob selects units of reference in inches of mercury (In Hg) or Hectopascals (hPa).11. At airplane power-up.2.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . Range Selector Provides selection of desired Range on the respective ND. the ND defaults to ROSE NAV with an 80 nm Range. Data Display Switches (5) Display optional data in addition to the data permanently displayed in the PLAN. a320 EFIS Barometric Window Displays Barometric reference. FD Switch When pushed. either 1013 hPa or 29.92 In Hg) is displayed in the Barometric window and "STD" is displayed on the PFD. Corresponding navaid data characteristics are shown. 12.c 3. VOR/ADF Selector 1&2 Provides selection of VOR and/or ADF bearing pointers and DME on respective ND in any mode except PLAN. ILS Switch When pressed. When the selector is pulled. Barometric Selector Provides selection of Barometric reference. the respective flight director command bars or flight path vector/flight path director is displayed on the associated PFD and the switch illuminates. In the event of a mode or Range data failure.92 In Hg is displayed.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . The inner knob provides selection of the reference value displayed in the Barometric window and on the PFD. Deviation symbols are displayed when a valid ILS signal is being received. the standard Barometric reference setting (1013 hPa/29.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . Pushing the knob enables selection of a new Barometric reference. the localizer and glide slope scales are displayed on the PFD and the switch illuminates. Only one switch can be activated at a time.d o w o . ARC and ROSE NAV modes.

LNAV engaes. It takes a minimum of 3 seconds after arming for the LOC to engage in the capture mode Flight Director Mode Switch When pushed. ALT Window Displays altitude selected with the altitude knob. A/THR Switch Arms or deactivates autothrottle system. Heading / Track Window Displays dashes when LNAV is engaged. changes the value in the SPD/MACH window from airspeed to Mach. Switches / Knobs left to right SPD / MACH Switch When pushed. even when VNAV is engaged. engages. the airplane turns in the shortest direction to the selected heading. and vice-versa. LVL / CH Light Illuminates to indicate managed vertical mode is either armed or engaged. V/S / FPA Window Displays the vertical speed or flight path angle selected using the vertical speed/flight path angle knob. Displays selected speed from the FCU or pre-selected speed from the MCDU. When pushed. If a heading is selected prior to pulling the knob.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . Illuminates green if the autothrottle is armed or engaged. When pulled. The applicable mode is controlled with the HDG-V/S TRK-FPA switch.3. the LAT light illumonates and dashes appear in the HDG/TRK window. the selected heading/track displayed in the HDG/TRK window engages. Managed Speed Light Illuminates to indicate an FMGS managed speed is being flown.11. Flight Director Display Mode Indicates that the flight director is in either HDG V/S or TRK FPA display mode. the airplane rolls out on the existing heading. LAT Light Illuminates to indicate managed lateral mode is either armed or engaged. If a heading is selected after pulling the knob.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .c 3.37- o m w w w . the airplane turns to the new heading in the direction the knob is turned.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . the managed speed light illuminates and dashes appear in the SPD/MACH window. Speed / MACH Switch When rotated. changes the value displayed in the HDG/TRK window. 12. the selected speed displayed in the SPD/MACH window engages. The window never displays dashes. or disengages the LOC mode. Illuminate green when the autopilot is engaged. LOC Switch Arms. If the knob is pulled during a turn. a320 Flight Control Unit FCU Window SPD / MACH Window Displays dashes when the speed/Mach is managed. changes between heading/vertical speed and track/flight path angle display modes of both flight directors. AP Switches Engages/disengage selected autopilot. Heading / Track Knob When rotated. When pulled. changes the value displayed in the SPD/MACH window. When pushed.d o w o . FMGS managed speed engages.

selects the vertical speed or flight path angle displayed in the V/S / FPA window. Metric ALT Switch When pushed.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . APPR Switch Arms. APP NAV. When pulled.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . 12.38- o m w w w . EXPED Switch Engages the EXPED mode to reach the altitude window with maximum vertical gradient.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .c Altitude Knob Changes the altitude displayed in the ALT window. The inner knob rotates to change the altitude value. Vertical Speed / Flight Path Angle Knob When rotated.d o w o . When the knob is pushed. When the knob is pulled. VNAV engages and the LVL/CH light illuminates. the FCU altitude is displayed in meters on ECAM. engages or disengages the following modes: LOC and G/S modes if an ILS approach has been slected from the MCDU database. the airplane immediately levels off.11. The expedite mode can only be disengaged by the engagement of another mode. the open climb or open descent engages. When pushed. vertical speed engages. The outer knob provides selection of 100 or 1000 foot increments.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . FINAL and FINAL APP modes if a non-precision approach has been selected from the MCDU database.

Mode Selector Provides selection of desired navigation display. the standard Barometric reference setting (1013 hPa/29. Barometric Selector Provides selection of Barometric reference.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . The outer knob selects units of reference in inches of mercury (In Hg) or Hectopascals (hPa). VOR/ADF Selector 1&2 Provides selection of VOR and/or ADF bearing pointers and DME on respective ND in any mode except PLAN. Data Display Switches (5) Display optional data in addition to the data permanently displayed in the PLAN.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . In the event of a mode or Range data failure. FD Switch When pushed.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . When the selector is pulled. At airplane power-up.4.d o w o . 12. ARC and ROSE NAV modes. Range Selector Provides selection of desired Range on the respective ND. Deviation symbols are displayed when a valid ILS signal is being received.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . The selected switch is illuminates.92 In Hg is displayed. Pushing the knob enables selection of a new Barometric reference.92 In Hg) is displayed in the Barometric window and "STD" is displayed on the PFD.c 3. the localizer and glide slope scales are displayed on the PFD and the switch illuminates.39- o m w w w . a320 EFIS Barometric Window Displays Barometric reference. The inner knob provides selection of the reference value displayed in the Barometric window and on the PFD. the ND defaults to ROSE NAV with an 80 nm Range. the respective flight director command bars or flight path vector/flight path director is displayed on the associated PFD and the switch illuminates. Corresponding navaid data characteristics are shown. either 1013 hPa or 29. ILS Switch When pressed. Only one switch can be activated at a time.11.

The EMER CANC key on the ECAM Control Panel is pushed. Extinguishes when sidestick activation is reestablished by: • Release of other priority switch in less than 30 seconds. Accompanied by an aural Warning. • The EMER CANC key on the ECAM Control Panel is pushed.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . • The CLR key on the ECAM Control Panel is pushed.11. • Second push freezes the displayed value. • • The CLR key on the ECAM Control Panel is pushed. Side Stick Priority Lights Arrow Light Illuminates red in front of pilot losing authority. • Excessive localizer deviation or glide slope deviation. • The EMER CANC key on the ECAM Control Panel is pushed. The lights extinguish when: • Either MASTER CAUT light is pushed. • The Caution no longer exists. a320 ACARS IDU AUTO Land Illuminates below 200 feet RA in the LAND mode when any one of the following occurs: • Both Autopilots are off. • The Warning no longer exists.d o w o . • Loss of localizer signal above 15 feet RA or loss of glide slope signal above 100 feet RA. • The Warn no longer exists. The lights extinguish when: • Either MASTER WARN light is pushed.5. Captain's Light Illuminates green to indicate associated Sidestick has established priority by activation of its priority switch and the opposite Sidestick is not in neutral. Master CAUT Light Illuminate amber for level 2 cautions. Master WARN Light Flash red for level 3 Warnings. The aural Warning stops when: • Either MASTER WARN light is pushed. Operates independently of clock Chronometer and other ND Chronometer. 12.40- o m w w w . Accompanied by a single chime.c 3.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . Extinguishes when the opposite ( F/O Light ) is returned to neutral. • Pushing either priority switch momentarily to cancel a latched priority condition.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . • Third push resets the Chronometer and removes the display. CHRONO Switch • First push causes Chronometer time to display in boxed format in lower-left comer of on-side ND.

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CVR test. Inner knob controls the general brightness of the ND symbology. Console/Floor Lighting Selector Controls the intensity of the side consoles.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . briefcase areas and the floor around the pilot seats 12.G / S • GPWS .c 4. Outer knob controls the brightness of the weather radar image only. Aural alert. ND Brightness Control Knob Manually adjusts on-side ND brightness.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .43- o m w w w . When PFD is selected OFF.Illuminates amber when GPWS mode 5 is activated and the "Glide Slope" aural warning sounds. • PFD Brightness Control Knob Manually adjusts on-side PFD brightness.11.) PFD/ND XFR Switch Interchanges the on-side PFD and ND displays. Loud Speaker Knob Adjust loudspeaker audio volume. (ND may be recovered by pushing the PFD/ND XFR switch. and voice message level are not controlled by these knobs. • G / S . the PFD image is auto. Captain's Forward Panel(A320) GPWS .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .Illuminates red when any GPWS mode from 1 through 4 is activated and an aural warning sounds.d o w o .2.atically displayed on the on-side ND.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . Pressing the switch silences the "Glide Slope" warning and turns off the G/S light.

d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . VFE. points to the speed value which will be attained in 10 seconds if the acceleration remains constant. Appears only when speed difference is greater than two knots. VMAX Defined by the lower end of a red and black strip along the speed scale.c 4.Minimum Slat Retraction Speed Appears in green next to the minimum speed for selecting position 0 when the FLAPS selector is in position 1.11. Speed Indicators • F . Represents the lowest of VMC ( or MMC ).3. Computed by the FACs.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . Captain's Primary Flight Display (PFD)(A320) Flight Mode Annunciations Displays 5 columns 3 lines of flight mode annunciations and messages PFD Airspeed Indications Overspeed Protection Symbol Indicates in green the speed (VMO + 6 knots / Mmo + 0.Appears in blue next to the speed entered by the crew through the MCDU. Airspeed indication starts from 30 knots. Speed Trend Arrow Starting from the airspeed reference line. Computed by the FACs.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . 1 .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . appears on upper part of scale.44- o m w w w .Minimum Flap Retraction Speed Appears in green next to the minimum speed for selecting position 1 when the FLAPS selector is in position 3 or 2. S . Disappears when speed difference is less than one knot. The pointer is magenta when the 12. • • • Actual Airspeed Reference Line Indicates the actual airspeed where the scale value moves in front of the line. Computed by the FACs.01) at which Overspeed protection activates. Disappears after lift-off.d o w o .Decision Speed (V1) . Represents the best lift-to-drag. or if FACs fail Target Airspeed Pointer Points to the target airspeed value or the airspeed corresponding to the target Mach number. Green Dot Speed Appears while flying in the clean configuration. When out of indication range. or VLE if the landing gear is extended. as computed by the FACs.

3Gs.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . PFD Vertical Speed IndicationsLabel Vertical Speed Scale Displays white on grey. Mach Number Displays when number is greater than . Flashes continuously when the deviation exceeds onefourth dot for two seconds or more (above 15 feet RA). Reaches stop at . pointer positions to end of scale. Flashes continuously when the deviation exceeds one dot for two seconds or more (above 100 feet RA). Window changes from yellow to amber if the airplane deviates from the selected altitude or flight level.5. If vertical speed exceeds 2000 feet per minute. "NEG" appears in window to indicate negative altitude. Replaced by amber "X" with loss of normal law. Barometric Reference Indication Indicates that either STD or QNH has been selected as barometric reference. ILS Information The following appears when an ILS frequency and course have been selected in the MCDU and when the ILS switch on the EFIS control panel is pushed: • ILS identification as decoded from the ILS receiver. 30 and 45 degrees of bank. Roll Index Points to angle of bank on roll scale.45- o m w w w . Alpha Protection Speed Represents the speed corresponding to the angle of attack at which alpha protection activates.c target airspeed is the value computed by the FMGC in managed speed mode. Localizer Scale Appears when ILS switch is pushed. PFD Attitude Indications Fixed Airplane Symbol Pitch Scale Provides graduations between 80° nose up and 80° nose down with 2.11. The pointer is blue when the target airspeed is manually entered on the FMGC or manually entered on the FCU.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . PFD Heading IndicationsLabel Actual Track Diamond 12. Graduated each 500 feet per minute.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .5° increments between 10° nose down and 30° nose up. Digital Vertical Speed Indication Displays green. 20. Roll Scale Provides graduations at 0. Altitude Indication Displays altitude in green on a white moving scale. Speed indicators becoming amber if any of the following occur: • Vertical speed exceeds 6000 fpm. Minimum Selectable Speed (VLS) Represents 1. • Vertical exceeds 1200 fpm descent and radio altitude is less than 1000 feet. as computed in pitch normal law by the FACs. Numerical value changes from green to amber when the airplane flies below any MDA entered in the MCDU. Disappears when vertical speed is less than 200 feet per minute. • DME distance if a DME is co-located.d o w o .13 stall speed (VS) during takeoff or following touch and go as computed by the FACs. Window surrounding indication becomes amber to indicate inertial data has been replaced by barometric information. Bank Angle Limit Indicator Indicates bank angle limitation in green at ±67° on roll scale. • Vertical speed exceeds 2000 fpm descent and radio altitude is between 2500 and 1000 feet. 10. • ILS frequency. the target speed value is displayed above or below the speed tape in numeric form. Side Slip Index / Beta Target Indicates lateral acceleration on the ground and side slip in flight as provided by ADIRS. When the target airspeed is out of the speed tape range. Target Altitude or Selected FL Indicator Indicates the FCU-selected target altitude or the selected flight level. Glide Slope Deviation Scale Appears when ILS switch is pushed. Analog Vertical Speed Pointer Displays green. Glide Slope Deviation Index and Localizer Index Appear when glide slope and localizer signals are valid if deviation scales are displayed.

Selected Heading or Track Index Points to the selected heading or track on the heading scale.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .d o w o .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . ILS Course Pointer Appears when an ILS frequency and course have been selected and when ILS switch is pushed. 12.46- o m w w w .c Indicates the actual track on the heading scale in green.11.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .

• Estimated Time of Arrival (05:36) . TO Waypoint Information • • • Identification (Tille) . Weather Radar Image Displays when radar is operating in all modes except PLAN.Displays in green.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . Dashes indicate no wind data received. APP Massages Displayed in green when an ILS or VOR approach has been selected on the MCDU. Distance To Go (5.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .5nm) Displays in green. Chronometer Indication Displays elapsed time in white when on-side chronometer is started. Track To Go (011) . Runway Displays selected Runway as oriented runway symbol. 20 or 40 nm is selected. The echo colors correspond to the precipitation rate.11. Down to scale if range 10.c 4. amber for middle marker and white for inner marker. Wind Direction / Speed Displays wind direction and speed with respect to true north in numeric form and wind direction in respect to magnetic north in green arrow form. Captain's Navigation Display (ND)(A320) Groundspeed and True Airspeed Displays airplane speeds in green as determined by ADIRS.Displays in green.4.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . ILS Marker Beacon Flashes blue for outer marker. Arc Mode Range Marks Displays range scale selected on the EFIS control panel (10 to 320 nm) in white.Displays in white. 12.47- o m w w w .d o w o .

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4.6. Standby Attitude Indicator(A320)

TERR on ND
Button is used when the terrain counter is displayed on the ND.

Red Flag
Flag appears with failure of indicator or power supply.

Attitude Indicator
Indication remains available for five minutes after total electrical failure.

Caging Knob
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4.7. Digital Distance & Radio Magnetic Indicator (DDRMI)(A320)

VOR DME Counters
Indicate DME distance to the VORs tuned on the RAD NAV or PROG page or RMP.

Compass Card
Displays the bearing scale. Normally supplied from ADIRU 1.

HDG Flag
Appears when the following occur: • ADIRS heading signal is invalid. • RMI fails. • Power supply fails.

VOR/ADF Flags
Appears when: • Selected VOR or ADF receiver fails. • ADIRS heading signal is invalid. • RMI fails. • Power supply fails. Associate pointer remains at the valid position.

Bearing Pointers
• • Indicate the Magnetic Bearing to VOR 1. Indicate the Magnetic Bearing to VOR 2 or ADF 1 as selected by the VOR/ADF selectors.

VOR/ADF Selectors
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4.8. Primary Engine Display (Engine/Warning Display)

Upper Left Section EPR
Actual EPR Digital Indicator Actual EPR Pointer EPR Command Arc
Displays difference between EPR pointer and EPR command value. This transient arc is only displayed with the A/THR engaged.

green when the doors are fully deployed.

EGT
Actual EGT Pointer and Indication
Displays green. Pulse amber when EGT exceeds 610°C. Pulse red when EGT exceeds 635°C.

Maximum Permissible EGT
Represented by red line. If 635°C is exceeded, a red mark appears at maximum value reached. It will only disappear at the next takeoff or by Maintenance action.

Maximum EPR (Red Mark)
Displays the EPR limit value corresponding to the full-forward throttle position.

Maximum EGT
Displays amber at 610°C. Not shown during engine start sequence.

Throttle Indication (circle)
Displays the predicted EPR corresponding to the throttle position.

N1
Actual N1 Pointer and Indication
Displays green. Pulse amber when N1 exceeds N1 rating limit. Pulse red when N1 equals or exceeds 100%.

REV Indication
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4.9. Secondary Engine Display (System/Status Display)

Screen Left
F.USED Indication Displays fuel used as computed by the FADEC. The value is frozen at engine shutdown and is reset at engine start on the ground. The last two digits are dshed if the fuel used indication is inaccurate due to loss of fuel flow for more than one minute. OIL Quantity Indication Displays Oil Quantity inquarts. Represented by pointer and digital display. Indication pulses below 5 quarts (decreasing) or 7 quarts (increasing). OIL Pressure Indication Represented by pointer and digital display. The digital indication pulses if oil pressure exceeds 390 psi (increasing) or 385 (decreasing). Both indications become amber below 80 psi and red below 60 psi. OIL Temperature Indication Displays Oil Temperature in °C. The indication pulses above 156°C (increasing) or 150°C (decreasing). It becomes amber if the temperature exceeds 156°C for more than 15 minutes or instantaneously when above 165°C. IGN Indication Displays during start sequence. The selected Ignitors "A" or "B" or "AB" are displayed when supplied.

Start Valve Indication Displays positive of start valve. A horizontal line through the circle signifies the valve is fully open. A vertical line signifies the valve is fully closed. Engine Bleed Pressure Displays Bleed Pressure upstream from the precooler. The value becomes amber below 21 psi when N2 exceeds 10% with the engine start valve not closed or when Bleed over-pressure is detected. Screen Right VIB Indications Displays N1 and N2 Vibration levels. The indication pulses above 5.0. The data is also displayed on the ECAM cruise page. OIL Filter Indication Displays Filter status. An amber CLOG massage appears in case of excessive pressure loss across the main oil scavenge. F.Filter Indication Displays fuel Filter status. An amber CLOG massage appears in case of excessive pressure loss across the fuel filter. Permanent Data TAT, SAT & GW Message Area.

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4.10. Landing Gear Indicator, AutoBrake, Antiskid & NoseWheel Steering System (A320)

LDG Gear Lights
Display proximity detector information received from LGCIU 1. The LDG GEAR indicator panel does not illuminate when LGCIU 1 is not electrically powered. • UNLK - Illuminate red if the gear is not locked in the selected position. • Lights - Illuminate geen if the gear is locked down.

AUTO/BRK Switches
Arm the required deceleration rate. The ON light illuminates blue to indicate positive arming. The DECEL light illuminates green when actual airplane deceleration corresponds to 80% of the selected rate. • LO - Selected for landing. If the deceleration rate from reverse thrust is not adequate, progressive pressure is applied to the brakes four seconds after ground spoiler deployment to provide a fixed deceleration rate. • MED - Selected for landing. If the deceleration rate from reverse thrust is not adequate, progressive pressure is applied to the brakes two seconds after ground spoiler deployment to provide a fixed deceleration rate. • MAX - Selected for takeoff. During an aborted takeoff, maximum brake pressure is applied when ground spoilier deployment occurs.

If green hydraulic pressure is available: • Antiskid is available. • Nosewheel steering is available. If green hydraulic pressure is lost: • Yellow hydraulic pressure takes over automatically to supply the brakes. • Antiskid remains available. • Nosewheel steering is lost. Yellow hydraulic pressure supplies the brakes. Brake pressure must be limited by referring to the triple indicator to avoid wheel locking. Differential braking remains available via the pedals. Antiskid is deactivated. Nosewheel steering is lost.

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Displays a "Terrain Map Display" on the ND for aircraft equipped with Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS).

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4.11. Landing Gear Selector(A320)

Landing Gear Lever
Provides electrical signals to the two LGCIUs which control the green hydraulic supply. • UP - Retracts landing gear. When the gear doors open, the main wheels are automatically braked by the normal brake system. The nose wheel are stopped by a brake band in the gear well during door closure. When the lever is UP, the hydraulic supply is automatically cut off above 260 KIAS • DOWN - Extends the landing gear. The system remains pressurized if green hydraulic pressure is available. An interlock mechanism prevents unsafe retraction by locking the lever

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DOWN Arrow
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Starts the elapsed time counter. • RUN .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .Resets counter to zero. Return the UTC Selector to the RUN position. Third push resets second hand to the 12 o'clock position and blanks CHR indicator.Hours ET Counter Displays elapsed and chronograph time. UTC Selector Sets the time. MSM (month) and HLDY (year). Clock(A320) CHR Button First push starts Sweep Second Hand and minutes display in the ET/CHR indicator.Clock will begin normal operation.Hold • MSM .Minutes • HSD .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . • HLDY . The date is set by positioning the UTC Selector to HSD (day). RESET . DATE Button Sets the Chronometer in the Date Mode.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .57- o m w w w . ET Selector • • • RUN .12. Chronograph time display has priority over 12.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .Freezes counter time. Second push stops second hand and freezes minutes display. Sweep Second Hand Indicates Chronometer seconds. HOLD .c 4.d o w o . elapsed time. Pressing the DATE button again will resume the display of UTC time.11.

06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .d o w o .13.c 4. . Brakes & Accumulator Pressure Triple Indicator(A320) ACCU PRESS Indication Displays the brake accumulator pressure.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .58- o m w w w . BRAKES Pressure Indication Displays the yellow hydraulic system pressure that is supplied to the left and right brakes 12.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .11.

ATT Flag 12.59- o m w w w .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . ALT Flag Indicates altitude data failure.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . V/DEV Flag Indicates Vertical Deviation data failure and ILS switch not pushed. Indicates failure of both radio altimeters. Inhibited when CAPT and F/O ADR barometric references disagree. SI Flag Indicates loss of side slip data. FPV Flag V1 INOP Flag Indicates V1 signal is not valid. G/S Flag Indicates Glide Slope receiver failure. F/O's Primary Flight Display Flags (PFD)(A320) SPD Sel Flag Indicates failure of selected speed data. or 500 feet (STD). Indicates the following speed data is lost: VLS.c 4. Indicates failure of Localizer receiver.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . V/S Flag Indicates Vertical Speed data failure. SPD LIM Flag Appears when both FACs are inoperative.d o w o .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . Appears on both PFDs in amber. ALT SEL Indicates selected altitude data failure. Indicates attitude data failure.14. Check ATT Flag Indicates at least a 5 discrepancy in attitude data between PFDs. DH Flag Indicates in amber that decision height has been reached. LOC Flag FD Flag Indicates both FMGCs have failed or both FDs have disengaged with FD switches on. RA Flag SPD Flag Indicates speed data failure. Check ALT Flag Appears in amber when the difference between both PFD's altitude indications is greater than 250 feet (QNH). Indicates drift angle or flight path angle are not valid when in TRK-FPA mode.11.

VMAX.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . green dot. VFE NEXT.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .60- o m w w w . ILS Flag Indicates ILS frequency is not available or that both localizer and glide slope signals have failed. HDG Flag Indicates Heading data failure.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .d o w o .c S. DME Flag Indicates DME distance is not available. VSW. Appears on both PFDs in amber 12. MACH Flag Indicates Mach data failure. Check HDG Flag Indicates at least a 5 discrepancy in Heading data between PFDs. VMAX OP.11. F. VTREND. .

Check HDG Flag Appears inamber when a discrepancy of at least 5° between both NDs is detected by the flight warning computer (FWC). G/S Flag Indicates G/S data failure in red. or while a new page is being prepared by the DMC for display. Flashes for the first nine seconds. Check ADF1. If the number of images exceeds capacity. VOR Flag Indicates VOR bearing is not valid.Appears in red when "CHANGE" message is displayed more than six seconds.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . the FMGC might shed some optional data from the display. or to indicate FMGC failure. or to indicate that the airplane position provided by FMGC is not valid. Other Message Area Indicates incomplete map data. Flashes for the first nine seconds.text • RANGE Change . • • Center Message Area • MODE Change . Flashes for the first nine seconds.text NAV ACCUR DOWNGRAD or NAV ACCUR UPGRAD text • • • SPECIF VOR / D UNAVAIL .Appears in green when a discrepancy is detected between the selected mode on the EFIS control panel and the mode sent from the on-side FMGC. Has priority over "RANGE Change" message. Flashes for the first nine seconds. HDG Flag Indicates heading data failure in red.d o w o . F/O's Navigation Display Flags (ND)(A320) VOR Course Flag Indicates VOR course data failure in red. 12.c 4.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .text Set Offside RNG / MODEtext • MAP NOT AVAIL .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . Check VOR1. Flashes for the first nine seconds. Check ILS1.11.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . LOC Flag Indicates localizer data failure in red.61- o m w w w . MAP Partly Displayed .Appears in green when a range discrepancy is detected.15. VOR/ADF/DME Flag Indicates failure of a navigation receiver in red.

11.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .) • Console/Floor Lighting Selector Controls the intensity of the side consoles.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . PFD/ND XFR Switch Interchanges the on-side PFD and ND displays. (ND may be recovered by pushing the PFD/ND XFR switch. Inner knob controls the general brightness of the ND symbology. 12. and voice message level are not controlled by these knobs. the PFD image is auto. ND Brightness Control Knob Manually adjusts on-side ND brightness.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . Pressing the switch silences the "Glide Slope" warning and turns off the G/S light.atically displayed on the on-side ND.Illuminates red when any GPWS mode from 1 through 4 is activated and an aural warning sounds. Loud Speaker Knob Adjust loudspeaker audio volume. CVR test.Illuminates amber when GPWS mode 5 is activated and the "Glide Slope" aural warning sounds. briefcase areas and the floor around the pilot seats.d o w o . PFD Brightness Control Knob Manually adjusts on-side PFD brightness. Outer knob controls the brightness of the weather radar image only. G / S . When PFD is selected OFF.62- o m w w w .16.G / S • GPWS .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .c 4. F/O's Forward Panel(A320) GPWS . Aural alert.

17.63- o m w w w .d o w o .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . Gasper Air Vent & Speaker(A320) Gasper Air Vent Speaker 12.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .11.c 4.

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1. ND 1 and RMI/VOR DME.65- o m w w w .IR 1 supplies data to PFD 1.IR 2 supplies data to PFD 2 and ND 2. AIR Data Selector • • • CAPT 3 . ECAM / ND XFR Selector • • • CAPT .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . EIS DMC Selector • • • CAPT 3 .ADR 3 replaces ADR 2.d o w o .ADR 2 supplies data to PFD 2 and ND 2.SD appears on lower ECAM display.IR 3 replaces IR 2. F/O 3 .DMC 2 supplies data to PFD 2 and ND 2 and lower ECAM display. ND 1 and upper ECAM display.Transfers SD to 1st Officer's ND.ADR 3 replaces ADR 1. • .11. F/O 3 . Switching Panel(A320) ATT HDG Selector • • • CAPT 3 .DMC 3 replaces DMC 2. 12. F/O .c 5.ADR 1 supplies data to PFD 1.IR 3 replaces IR 1. NORM . ND 1 and RMI/VOR DME. • . F/O 3 .Transfers SD to Captain's ND. • . NORM • . NORM • .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . NORM • .DMC 1 supplies data to PFD 1.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .DMC 3 replaces DMC 1.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .

O. When pushed.c 5. Illuminates after manual selection or when an advisory is detected. Electronic Centralized Aircraft Monitoring (ECAM) Panel (A320) ECAM Control Knobs Selects respective display on/off and control brightness.11. • Cautions: Present Cautions is cancelled for remainder of flight. simulates takeoff power application to trigger a warning if the airplane is not properly configured for takeoff. If the ECAM control panel fails. ECAM message display is not affected. STATUS page is automatically displayed.d o w o .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . When an Illuminated CLR key is pushed. If pushed a second time while illuminated.O. EMER CANC Key ( RED ) When pushed: • Warnings: Present aural warning is cancelled. caution messages suppressed by the EMER CANC key are Recalled. repeatedly pressing the ALL Key will cycle to the desired page. MASTER WARN lights extinguish. the E/WD automatically transfers to the lower ECAM display. When the upper ECAM display is selected OFF. T. Left / Right CLR Keys Illuminates when an ECAM warning. RCL Key When pushed.2. push and hold the ALL Key until the desired system page appears and then release the key to maintain the display.CONFIG NORMAL" message in the takeoff memo displays green. ALL Key When pushed and held. If only one ECAM screen is available. "CANCELLED CAUTION" message and the title of the inhibition is suppressed after AC power application until first engine start. 12. CONFIG Key When pushed. the related system page appears on the lower ECAM display. the system page for the present phase of flight or current warning appears. "NORMAL" appears for five seconds. the "T. When pushed with no present status messages.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . Recalls warning and caution massages that have been suppressed with the CLR key or automatic flight phase inhibition. or status message is displayed. When pushed for more then three seconds.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . the STATUS page is displayed on the ECAM lower display.66- o m w w w .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . STS Key Illuminates when ECAM STATUS page is displayed. The STATUS page may be cleared by pushing the STS key a second time or by pushing the CLR key. "NORMAL" appears for five seconds with no current warnings or cautions. caution. the ECAM display will change. but can be manually recalled by pushing RCL key for more than 3 seconds. all system pages are displayed in succession at one-second intervals. If the airplane is properly configured. System Page Keys ( 11 Keys ) When pushed.

Select Reverse Thrust by overriding the stop . using inputs from the FMGC. The system is armed in flight by pushing the A/THR switch on the FCU when the throttles are not in the engagement range. which computes and displays the thrust rating limit and EPR.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .67- o m w w w . There are five lever positions define by stops or detents: Reverse Idle. Continuous Thrust (FLX/MCT) and TakeOff / Go Around (TO/GA) Autothrottle Disconnect Switches ( Red Buttons ) When pressed. The throttles do not move when the Autothrottle System is in use. Transmit signals to the FADEC. Normal range is marked by a green band. Trim wheels must be utilized when pitch direct law is in effect. Trim Position Scales Indicate trim position in degrees.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .3.d o w o . Trim wheels have priority over electrical control. as the override mechanism ensures that the computers remain synchronized with the manually selected position. Use of trim wheels does not disconnect the ELACs. The stop is reset when the throttle is selected back to forward thrust.11. The throttle can only be moved manually. CG Scales Indicate relation between CG location and pitch trim setting prior takeoff 12. fitted at the FWD IDLE position.5°. disconnects the autothrottle system. Pitch Trim Wheels Provides mechanical control of horizontal stabilizer trim.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . a320 Throttle Controls AutoThrottle AutoThrottle System (A/THR) . controls thrust based on airplane speed. Forward Idle. Pitch trim is automatically reset to 0 following touchdown as the pitch attitude becomes less than 2.c 5. altitude and configuration. Climb (CL).PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .

FAULT Light Illuminates amber in the event of an automatic start abort. expect ignition and fuel flow 50 seconds after ENG MASTER switch is selected ON. Resets both channels of the FADEC. provided the ENG MODE selector is at IGN/START and the ENG MAN START switch is ON.11. the HP fuel valve opens. NORM .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . During a manual start the HP fuel valve is open and ignition is selected when the ENG MASTER switch is selected ON. expect ignition and fuel flow between approximately 15% and 20% N2.c 5.Closes the HP and LP fuel valves.68- o m w w w . During and automatic start. IGN / START .LP fuel valve opens. on airplanes placarded :EXTENDED DRY CRANK". Ignition is not supplied. • • ENG Mode Selector • • FIRE Light Illuminates when the respective fire warning is activated and during engine fire test. On airplanes without the placard. provided the ENG FIRE switch is in. the HP fuel valve opens.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . During and automatic start.d o w o . 12.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . or a disagreement between the HP fuel valve position of FADEC channel A and B. During a manual start. OFF .The start valve opens provided the ENG MAN START switch is ON and N2 is less than 10%.4.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . A320 Engine Start & Ignition Panel ENG MASTER Switches 1 & 2 • ON .Provides continuous ignition if the ENG MASTER switch is ON and N2 is at idle or greater. provided the ENG MODE selector is at IGN/START.Continuous ignition A + B is selected when the engine is running and one of the following is met: • FLEX or TO/GA thrust is selected on the ground • TO/GA thrust is selected in flight • ENG ANTI ICE switch is ON • Engine surge or stall occurs in flight • FLAPS lever position is other then "0" in flight CRANK .

Lever must be pulled out of detent prior to positioning. Selector is deactivated with A/P engaged.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . selects surface position of Speed Brakes. idle RPM is increased (approach idle) and continuous ignition is activated. Detents are provided at positions 1 and 3 to avoid excessive flap/slat travel by a single action. • Pulling the lever up to the RET position arms the ground spoilers to automatically extend for landing or when executing a rejected takeoff. A "hard point: is provided at the 1/2 position.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .5. Flaps Flap Lever Commands flaps and slats for simultaneous operation to selected position. 12.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . • Speed Brake deflection is limited to approximately 1/2 with an autopilot engaged. Trim and Flap Lever Panels( A320 ) Speed Brake Speed Brake Lever Lever provides the following speed brake and ground spoiler functions: • Manually pushing lever down and aft inflight. RUD Trim Position Indicator Displays Rudder Trim direction (L or R) and value (0° to 20°).69- o m w w w . Speed Brake.11.d o w o . RUD Trim RESET Switch When pushed.c 5. regardless of lever position. • Trim RUD Trim Selector Controls the Rudder Trim actuator which moves the neutral point of the articial feel at a rate of 1 degree per second of rudder travel. When the flap lever is in any position other then "0" in flight.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . the FAC commands the Rudder Trim actuator to the zero trim position.

A320 Parking Brake & Landing Gears Gravity Extension Parking Brake System Parking Brake Handle Sets the Parking Brake by pulling the handle and then turning it clockwise.d o w o .6.70- o m w w w .c 5. Activation of the Parking Brake deactivates all other braking modes. 12. "PARK BRK" is displayed on the ECAM memo page.11. Landing Gear Gravity Extension System Gravity Gear EXTN Handle Provides Landing Gear extension in the event of electrical.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . open the doors and unlock the gear. The handle must be extended and then rotated clockwise three turns to shut off hydraulic pressure.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . hydraulic or mechanical failure.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .

7.71- o m w w w . Mulifunction Control Display Unit is the heart of the A320/319. Everything that the airbus can do. can be controled from this unit.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .11.c 5. that I have manage to highlight are just a small sample of the many pages that you can access from the MCDU. 12.d o w o . The few pages above.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . Multifunction Control Display Unit (MCDU) ( A320 ) To me. the MCDU.

. defaulted. Asterisk ( * ) Indicates that pushing the applicable line select key will change the parameters which affect the airplanes active situation. The display screen blanks. Vertical Slew Prompts () Indicates that the latitude/longitude value below the prompts can be increased or decreased.. or pilot-entered data (displayed in large font).72- o m w w w .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .6R. brackets and computer-generated data (displayed in small font). Dashes ( .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . MCDU Page Formats and Colors Page Formats Large Font Entry Represents pilot entries or modifiable data. Line Label Identifies the data displayed directly under this label line (in small font). selecting the key accesses another MCDU page.) Indicates that data entry is not usually required or that data is being calculated by the FMGC. Small Font Entry Represents predicted. dashes.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . or FMGCcalculated values. The FMGC Annunciator illuminates when the FMGC is not linked to the MCDU and the FMGC requests the display. Fail / FMGC Annunciator The Fail Annunciator illuminates when the MCDU has stopped operating properly.6L and 1R . The slew prompts also appear in the last two spaces of the scratch [ad to indicate that the display can be scrolled up or down.c Line Select Keys the key.d o w o . Return to the FMGC via the MCDU MENU key. Page Prompts ( < or > ) Indicates that another MCDU page is accessible when the associated line select key is pressed. The system can be changed with the MCDU MENU key. and "FMC FAIL" appears.. MCDU Menu Annunciator Identified as 1L . MCDU Colors The MCDU uses extensive colors to convey specific information and to assist in identification and recongnition of various types of data. Overfly Triangle () Appears next to a qaypoint identifier on the FPLN page to indicate that the airplane must overfly the waypoint. The calculated data will appear in small font. The keys transfer data from the scratch pad to the line next to key if acceptable to FMGC. provide access to the on-side data for the left and right data fields. If a caret ( < or > ) appears next to Illuminates when a system linked to the MCDU requests the display. Data Line Contains box prompts. Brackets ( [ ] ) Indicates that data entry is optional. The colors used on the MCDU are matched with flight plan data that is graphically 12. The data is entered via the scratch pad and replaces the box prompts when the associated line select key is pressed. The box prompt entry appears in large font. Box Prompts () Indicates that data entry is required for minimum FMGS operation.11.

dashed data fields (no data available). 12. Blue information includes modifiable/selectable data. secondary flight plan data. altitude/speed/time constraint values and climb and descent speed limits.11. provide access to the on-side data for the left and right data fields. YELLOW indicates a temporary flight plan display.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . Pilot-entered data is shown in large font and FMS-generated data is shown in small font.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . entry brackets (no default data exists).73- o m w w w . WHITE is used t ht plan "TO" waypoint and predictions.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .d o w o . The keys transfer data from the scratch pad to the line next to key if acceptable to FMGC. BLUE informs the crew that data entry is allowed. Amber information includes VNAV altitude/speed/time constraints that will be missed. Magenta information includes VNAV altitude/speed/time constraints that will be met. data field labals.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .6R. active Identified as 1L . GREEN is used for FMS-generated data that is not modifiable such as active flight plan data (except "TO" waypoint and destination data) AMBER signifies that the item being displayed is important and requires immediate attention. selecting the key accesses another MCDU page. mandatory data.6L and 1R . If a caret ( < or > ) appears next to the key. major scratch pad message and "INSERT/ERASE" prompts. This provides easy recognition of a particular type of flight plan on either the MCDU or the ND. including page titles. active flight plan destination and predictions and page Line Select Keys o display data that clarifies page operations.c displayed on the Navigation Display (ND). MAGENTA identifies constraints. minor scratch pad messages. missed approach waypoints and active alternate flight plan data.

Provides access to the MCDU MENU page. Allows the crew to update the flight management position and provides bearing and distance to a specified waypoint. waypoints. Provides access to the FUEL PRED page for review of fuel and time predictions based on the active flight plan and display of GW / CG and FOB. which enables access to a menu for various pages concerning airplane position and status.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .d o w o . if 12.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . Provides access to the DIR TO page which enables the pilot to proceed directly from the present position to a designated waypoint. which enables access to systems that use the MCDU for display. which displays a leg-by-leg description of the secondary flight plan route. runways. Provides access to the radio navigation (RADIO NAV) which enables navaids display and tuning.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .11. Used to initialize the FMGC parameters.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . The INIT B page is only available on the ground prior to engine start. Provides access to the PROGRESS page which displays active flight data concerning the flight plan for the phase of flight during which PROG is selected.74- o m w w w . routes and stored data. Destination and arrival information is also available on applicable flight plan pages. Destination and arrival information is also available on applicable flight plan pages.c Function and Mode Keys Provides access to the FLIGHT PLAN pages. which contain a leg-by-leg description of the active flight plan route. Provides access to the SEC INDEX page Provides access to the PERFORMANCE pages which display the performance parameters for the current phase of flight. Provides access to the active flight plan page if another page is displayed on the MCDU or. Currently BLANK Provides access to the DATA INDEX page. Provides access to the flight plan initialization INIT A and B pages.

The NEXT PAGE function wraps around from the last page to the first page. OVFY Key When pushed. When pushed. This capability is indicated by the additional page arrow on the MCDU page title line. These keys are also used for changing data )latitude/longitude) by a set amount.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . Used to scroll the display up and down when pages are longer than the available space on the CRT (indicated by arrows in the last two spaces of the scratch pad). Line selecting the waypoint to be overflown causes theto appear next to that waypoint designator in the F-PLN.d o w o . rovides access to the DIR TO page which enables the pilot to proceed directly from the present position to a designated waypoint.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . The slash key " / " is used to separate pairs of entries in the same data field.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . The overfly function provides for flight directly over a waypoint while maintaining LNAV.75- o m w w w . Provides access to additional pages of related information when another page is required to complete data display. Alphanumeric Keys Enable entry of letters and numbers into the scratch pad. the display cycles between the origin and destination. aappears in the scratch pad.c the F-PLN page is already displayed. plan is modified so that the airplane directly overflies the waypoint. and the lateral flight 12.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . clears messages and data from the scratch pad or an individual data field.11.

Radio Selection Switches (VHF. if both RMPs are in the standby NAV mode. Removes auto-tuning from the FMGC and the VOC. ILS and ADF receivers are controlled by the RMP. Radio Management Panel (RMP) ( A320 ) Frequency Displays Windows • ACTIVE .8. SEL Indicator Illuminates on both RMPs when a transceiver normally associated with an RMP is tuned by another RMP. Each RMP tunes its respective VOR.11. ILS. exchanges the active and standby frequencies.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . 12. and tunes the new active frequency. provided the ADF receiver is selected. MLS & ADF) When the NAV switch is selected. the radio navigation back-up mode engages.Displays the NAV course or standby radio frequency. • NAV Switch (Guarded) When pressed on RMP 1 or 2. The ADF can only be tuned on RMP 1. the ACTIVE window displays the tuned frequency and the STBY/CRS window displays the Standby frequency. STBY/CRS .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . This frequency is activated by pushing the transfer switch. the Beat Frequency Oscillator mode becomes active. HF & AM) When pushed.76- o m w w w .c 5. ON/OFF Switch Controls the power supply to the Radio Management • Transfer Switch (Arrow) When pushed.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . enables tuning of the selected navaid via the frequency selector knobs.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . STBY NAV Selection Switches (VOR. Pushing switch a second time returns control to the FMGC. Frequency Selector Knobs Selects the course or standby radio frequency. BFO Switch When selected. Displayed in STBY/CRS window. Inner knob controls decimal values.d o w o . Tuning an ILS on either RMP tunes both ILS receivers. and is changed by rotating the frequency selector knobs.Shows the active frequency of the selected radio (which is identified by the illuminated radio selection key). The switch illuminates green when pushed.

12. selected the associated channel for transmission and the three green lines illuminate. Switch illuminates when pushed in.Disconnects microphones from transmission. Light goes off after 60 seconds if not reset.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . the respective channel is selected and the knob illuminates. Reception is normal.c 5. CAB . "CALL" flashes when a SELCAL is received on the applicable radio. The transmission switch must be pressed and held to use the PA system.When pushed. allows communication on the Cabin interphone system or service interphone. "MECH" flashes when a call is received from the external service interphone panel. regardless of the transmission switch selection. MECH and ATT transmission switches.When pushed.77- o m w w w . • INT .Used for PA transmission via boom. oxygen mask or hand mike. Reset Switch Extinguishes lights in the CALL. a320 Throttle Controls When pushed in.11. The INT knob must be selected for reception. • • • • • ON Voice Switch Inhibits ADF and VOR IDENT signals.9. Neutral .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . PA announcements can also be made using the cockpit handset without selecting the PA transmission switch. INT / RAD Switch Operates as a press-to-talk switch for boon or oxygen mask microphones.The interphone is "hot" between cockpit crew members. allows communication on the flight interphone system.When pushed. Spring-loaded to the neutral position.d o w o . Light goes off after 60 seconds if not reset.Connects boom or mask microphones to facility selected on the ACP. Reception Knobs Select reception channels and adjust associated audio levels. INT . When knob is released out. allows communication on applicable transceiver. • VHF/HF .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . "ATT" flashes when a call is received from a Flight Attendant station. RAD . PA . The channel is deselected by pushing the switch again or selecting another channel.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .

10.c 5.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . INTEG LT Main PNL & PED Knob Controls the intensity of the Main Panel and Control Pedestal intgral lighting. The button can be programmed ( over the MCDU ) to trigger paper reports. Flood LT PED Knob Controls the intensity of the Control Pedestal flood lighting. DFDR Event When pressed. an event flag will be written on the DFDR.11. Door Unlock Controls the Flight Deck Door and is used by the pilots to keep that door locked at specific altitudes during phases of the flight. DAR recordings or ACARS transmissions of a select amount of parameters. Instrument Panel & Pedestal Lighting Controls Flood LT Main PNL Knob Controls the intensity of the Center Instrument Panel flood lighting.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . AIDS Print Aircraft Integrated Data System ( AIDS ) allows the airline to record and montior all available parameters which are on the aircraft buses. 12.d o w o .78- o m w w w .

text • A320 WX/TURB . • OFF .d o w o . GAIN Knob Allows automatic Gain adjustment when positioned to AUTO and manual adjustment up to MAX.Suppresses the ground echo on the screen.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . • TILT Knob Controls antenna Tilt angle with reference to horizon.Deactivates PWS • AUTO . • A319 WX+T .WX Radar Control Panel(A320) Both the A320 & A319 SYS Switch Activates Weather Radar to display on ND in any mode except PLAN. • MAP .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .Provides 180° display of Turbulence and Weather to 40nm and Weather only beyond 40 nm.11. 12. Tilt angle is displayed on lower-right corner of ND.Provides 180 display of Turbulence and Weather to 40nm and Weather only beyond 40 nm. Clockwise rotation commands Tilt up and counter-clockwise commands Tilt down.Activates PWS provided: • One engine is operating • The airplane is below 2300 feet RA • The TCAS/XPDR switch is in any position other than STBY GND CLTR SPRS Switch • ON .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .Provides 180° display of continuously updated Weather Radar information.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .c 5.11. A320 Image/A319 Mode Selector • WX .79- o m w w w . Just the A319 PWS Switch • OFF .Normal switch position.

c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .80- o m w w w .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .d o w o . the ATT light illuminates on all ACPs and a buzzer sounds in the cockpit.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .11.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite . A320 Cabin Handset PA All When pushed.12.c 5. Switch When pushed. "CAPTAIN" message is displayed at the respective Flight Attendant Interphone panel 12. CAPT. the Passenger Address system provides cabin announcement capability from the cockpit. Volume output is automatically increased when an engine is operating.

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Opposite altitude remains 2700'.c 5. The controller can then confirm that the target is actually the aircraft he just spoke to.Vertical coverage of 9900' Above or Below airplane altitude. Proximate. TA and RA traffic. Target symbols will be visible only when a TA is active. Code Selector Knob Selects TCAS/ATC Code.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .Vertical coverage of 2700' Above and Below airplane altitude.g. IDENT Button According to Kevin Camilleri A320 F/O. • • Transponder Selector • • 1 .d o w o . TCAS/XPDR Selector • STBY .85- o m w w w .06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .17.TCAS and the transponders are in the warmup cycle. TA .The ATC/TCAS system is ON and all Proximate Traffic and Traffic Advisory functions of TCAS are operable. DEACT De-Activate ATC Fail Light (red) Indicates a failure of the selected transponder.11. TCAS/ATC Control Panel(A320) Above/Below Switches • • N . XPDR . • TFC .The ATC/TCAS system is ON and all transponder equipped airplanes within 40 nm and the altitude slice selected by the ABOVE/BELOW switch are displayed full time: Other.The ATC/TCAS system is ON and all Proximate Traffic." The crew can push this button which will send a signal to the ground radars and highlight the aircraft on the ATC screen.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . during a flight.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .Selects transponder 1 and ADR 1 2 . that controller may request the crew to "IDENT" by saying e. Transponder Code Indicator (Window) Displays current Transponder Code. TA/RA . Above/Below . when a aircraft. "American 590 squawk ident.Selects transponder 2 and ADR 2 • 12. is handed over to another controller.The transponder is ON and TCAS is in the warmup cycle. Traffic Advisory and Resolution Advisory functions of TCAS are operable. Message "TCAS STBY" will appear in green on upper ECAM. Target symbols will be visible only when a TA or RA is active. Resolution Advisories and vertical guidance function are inhibited.

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c 5. Illuminates Glareshield SIDE STICK PRIORITY lights and activates "PRIORITY LEFT" or "PRIORITY RIGHT" audio voice message according to control configuration. Transmit Switch Operates as a push-to-talk switch for boom or oxygen mask microphones. • Transmit .d o w o .19. • 12. the last one activated assumes priority. Holding switch for more than 30 seconds latches the system. A deactivated stick can be reactivated at any time by momentarily pushing either priority switch. allowing the switch to be released without losing priority. provides transmission to the facility selected on the ACP transmission switch.c to k k to bu y N w O W ! . If transmit is selected on the sidestick when the ACP INT/RAD switch is set to INT.06 Ralf Anderseck Seite .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k . A320 SideStick Takeover (Priority) Switch When pressed: • Disconnects autopilot • When held in.Boom and mask microphones are disconnected from transmission. • Neutral . the transmit function has priority over the interphone function. If the priority switches on both sidesticks are pushed.When selected. deactivates the other Sidestick and allows full singular control.11.87- o m w w w . Switch is spring-loaded to neutral.PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w . although reception is normal.

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11.d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k .89- 12. Navigation and Surveillance CPDLC Control ler/Pilot Datalink Communications (ICAO) CRZ Cruise L LAT Latitude LDG Landing LNAV Lateral Navigation LONG Longitude M M Mach MCDU Multifunction Control Display Unit MCP Mode Control Panel MFD Multifunction Display D DARPS Dynamic Air Route Planning System DES Descend DEST Destination DNLNK Downlink N ND Navigation Display NM Nautical Mile E ECS Environmental Control System EFIS Electronic Flight Instrument System EICAS Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System EMER Emergency EST Estimate ETA Estimate Time of Arrival ETD Estimate Time of Departure ETE Estimate Time Enroute ETR Estimate Time Remaining O P PFC Primary Flight Computers PFD Primary Flight Display Q R Seite .PD H F-XC A N GE PD H F-XC A N GE O W ! N y bu lic C m C lic Flight Deck Documentation AIRBUS A320 w .c 7 Acronyms & Definitions A ACARS Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System ACFT Aircraft ACPT Accept ADF Automatic Direction Finder ADS Automatic Dependent Surveillance AES Airborne Earth Station AEIS Automatic Enroute Information Service AFDS Autopilot Flight Director System AFN ATS Facilities Notification AFTN Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunications Network AGL Above Ground Level ALT Altitude ALTM Altimeter ALTN Alternate ANP Actual Navigation Performance APT Airport APU Auxiliary Power Unit ATC Air Traffic Control ATIS Automatic Terminal Information Service F FANS 1 Future Air Navigation System 1 FMCS Flight Management Computer System FOB Fuel on Board FPF Flight Plan Forecast FPT Flight Plan Time G GNSS Global Navigation Satellite System GPS Global Positioning System GPWS Ground Proximity Warning System GOSSU Global Positioning System Sensor Unit H HDG Heading HF High Frequency HGA High Gain Antenna HPA Hectopascals I IAS Indicated Airspeed IDG Integrated Drive Generators IN Inches of Mercury INMARSAT International Maritime Satellite B BF Boarded Fuel BKN Broken BLK Blank J K KT Knots C Centigrade CANC/RCL Cancel / Recall CDU Control Display Unit CLB Climb CLR Clear CNS Communication.d o w o .06 Ralf Anderseck o m w w w .c to k k to bu y N w O W ! .

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