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CONTENTS SEQ 001 I REV 15
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45.00 CONTENTS

45.10 DESCRIPTION

- GENERAL 1

-COMPONENTS 1

- MODES OF OPERATION 1

- ARCHITECTURE 2

- FAILURE CLASSIFICATION 3

- CMS FUNCTIONS 4

- COCKPIT / CMS INTERFACE 5

45.20 SYSTEM OPERATION

- MAINTENANCE MENU 1

- POST OR CURRENT FLIGHT REPORT 2

- PREVIOUS FLIGHT REPORT 4

- AVIONICS STATUS 5

- CLASS 3 REPORT 7

- SYSTEM REPORT / TEST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

- UTC / DATE INIT 11

- CMC RECONFIGURATION 12

R 45.30 DATA LOADER

- DESCRIPTION 1

45.35 PRINTER

- DESCRIPTION 1

- CONTROLS AND INDICATORS 2

45.40 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

- BUS EQUIPMENT LIST 1

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DESCRIPTION SEQ 102 I REV 15
FLIGHT CREW OPERATING MANUAL I GENERAL I

The purpose of the Central Maintenance System (CMS) is to facilitate maintenance tasks by directly indicating the fault messages in the cockpit, and allowing some specific tests. Two maintenance levels are possible:

At the line stop : Equipment removal At the main base : Troubleshooting

I COMPONENTS I

The CMS includes:

- The Built In Test Equipment (BITEs) of all electronic systems;

- Two fully-redundant Central Maintenance Computers (CMCs) ;

- Three Multipurpose Control Display Units (MCDUs), also used for the FMGS, ACMS

(Aircraft Condition Monitoring System) and ATSU, which dialogue with the CMC for information display or initiation of tests;

- One printer (A4 format).

Normally, only CMC 1 is used, while CMC 2 is on standby. CMC 2 will automatically take over, if CMC 1 fails.

A pushbutton on the overhead panel enables the transfer to CMC 2 to be forced, by setting CMC 1 to the off position.

I MODES OF OPERATION I

The CMS operates in two main modes:

- In flight, the NORMAL or REPORTING mode;

- On ground, the INTERACTIVE or MENU mode.

In NORMAL mode, the CMS records and permanently displays the failure messages transmitted by each system BITE.

In INTERACTIVE mode, the CMS allows the connection of any BITE system with the MCDU, in order to initiate a TEST, or to display the maintenance data stored and formatted by the system's BITE.

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DESCRIPTION SEQ 100 I REV 15
FLIGHT CREW OPERATING MANUAL I ARCHITECTURE I R

PRINTER (A4 FORMAT)

CMC 1

(CENTRAL MAINTENANCE COMPUTER)

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DESCRIPTION SEQ 001 I REV 17
FLIGHT CREW OPERATING MANUAL I FAILURE CLASSIFICATION I

There are three classes of failure:

Class 1: Failures indicated to the flight crew by means of a flight deck effect (e.g.

ECAM or instrument flags).

Class 2: Failures which can be left uncorrected until the next scheduled maintenance

R check (with a maximum delay of 600 FH).

Class 3: Failures not indicated to the flight crew, with no fixed time quoted for correction.

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Failure Classes Class 1 Class 2 Class 3
Operational consequences YES NO NO
Indication to the flight crew YES YES NO
Automatically displayed STATUS flashing at the end
in real time: of the flight:
- Warning or caution - Maintenance Status
messages on Engine messages on SO
Warning Display
- Flags on Primary Flight
Display, or Navigation
Display, or System
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- Local warning
Dispatch consequences Refer to MEL MEL not applicable. MEL not applicable
may be: "GO" without conditions. No fixed time quoted for
"GO" Corrections can be deferred corrections.
"GO IF" for 600 flight hours. However correction is
"NO GO" recommended to improve
the dispatch reliability.
Indication to the YES YES
maintenance team Automatically print out at the end of each flight: On request when needed
Failure messages on the CMC Post Flight Report Failure messages on CMC
Class 3 Report Note: Most Class 1 failures have an operational consequence on the current flight.

Some Class 1 failures, such as MINOR FAULT, have no operational consequence on the current flight, but must be corrected in accordance with the MEL preamble, or the time specified in the associated dispatch condition of the MEL.

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FLIGHT CREW OPERATING MANUAL I CMS FUNCTIONS I

The main functions of the CMS are:

- acquisition and storing of messages transmitted by the connected system BITEs or by the Flight Warning Computer (Warning / Caution titles).

- elaboration of the maintenance phases.

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· POST OR CURRENT FLIGHT REPORT

Presents all ECAM warning / caution and failure messages (class 1 or 2 failures) recorded during the last flight leg or current flight leg.

Available in flight and on ground.

· PREVIOUS FLIGHT REPORT

Presents all ECAM and failure messages recorded during the 63 previous flight legs (post flight reports).

Available on ground only.

· AVIONICS STATUS

Presents in real time the systems affected by a failure. Available in flight and on ground.

· CLASS 3 REPORT

Presents the class 3 failure messages detected during the last flight leg. Available on ground only.

· SYSTEM REPORT / TEST

Allows interactive dialogue between any system and the MCDU. Available on ground only.

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FLIGHT CREW OPERATING MANUAL I COCKPIT / CMS INTERFACE I

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FLIGHT CREW OPERATING MANUAL I MAINTENANCE MENU I

The CMS uses menus displayed on the MCDU. The operator chooses the functions or reports via these menus.

Pressing the "MCDU MENU" key and then selecting CMS gives access to the MAINTENANCE MENU page. These pages are different in flight and on ground.

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UTC/DATE INIT is displayed in case of cockpit clock failure or after a long power interrupt (>5 sec.)

When PRINT key is pressed, the corresponding report is printed on the printer located on the pedestal.

PRINT* is replaced by SEND

when the ~ MCDU key is pressed.

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FLIGHT CREW OPERATING MANUAL I POST OR CURRENT FLIGHT REPORT I

POST FLIGHT REPORT on ground or CURRENT FLIGHT REPORT in flight, presents all class 1 and 2 failures and all system failure messages received by the CMS during the last flight leg or current leg.

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SYSTEM OPERATION SEQ 102 I REV 15
FLIGHT CREW OPERATING MANUAL The POST or CURRENT FLIGHT REPORT is automatically printed after engine shutdown, or manually by selecting the PRINT key.

It is also automatically downlinked to the airline ground computer after engine shutdown, or manually by selecting SEND.

POST FLIGHT REPORT printout

MAINTENANCE (CURRENT or) POST FLIGHT REPORT LEG-~O
AIRCRAFT IDENTIFICATION: F-GGEA ENGINE ON/ENGINE OFF: 1015/1720 I PRINTING
DATE: MAR31 FROM/TO: LFBD/LFBT DATE: APR02
FLIGHT NUMBER: AlB 1027 UTC : 1406
COCKPIT EFFECTS FAULTS
ATA 36-11 UTC: 1032 ATA 36-11-42 INTERMITTENT CLASS 1
MESSAGE DISPLAYED: FLIGHT PHASE: SOURCE: BMC3 IDENTIFIERS:
ENG 2 BLEED FAULT TAKEOFF ROLL MESSAGE: CP1 C CPC2
THRM (5HA3)/FAN AIR-V
(12HA3)/SENSE LINE
ATA 30-11 UTC: 1033 ATA 36-11-16 HARD CLASS 1
MESSAGE DISPLAYED: FLIGHT PHASE: SOURCE : PHC2 IDENTIFIERS:
ANTI-ICE F/D PROBE CLIMB MESSAGE: ADIRU1 ADIRU2
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PHC2 (6DA2)
ATA 24-53 UTC : 1822 ATA 24-53-00 HARD CLASS 1
MESSAGE DISPLAYED: FLIGHT PHASE: SOURCE : SDAC IDENTIFIERS:
ELEC AC 1.1 BUS FAULT CRUISE MESSAGES: CBMU
POWER SUPPLY INTERRUPT
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FLIGHT CREW OPERATING MANUAL I PREVIOUS FLIGHT REPORT I

This report provides access to the POST FLIGHT REPORTS of the 63 previous flight legs.

MAINTENANCE MENU 1/2
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POST FLIGHT REPORT <06 MAR31 ITF1027 PRINT*
OF THE SELECTED FLIGHT = LFBT/LFPO 1015/1720
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