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1ST EDITION HIGHLIGHTS The attached diagnostic guide is a completely new edition, covering the Hawker 750 and Hawker 900XP Avionics Systems. It describes diagnostic pages and codes. Retain this page for future reference.

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Hawker 750 and Hawker 900XP Avionics System
523-0808795 1st Edition

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.............................................................................. 112 CONFIGURATION DATA Page ..................... 181 Exit DIAGNOSTICS ............. 94 FAULT HISTORY Page ............. 182 ......................... 103 MDC SETUP Page......................... 2 CURRENT FAULTS Page .... 11 AIRCRAFT HISTORY Page ........ 110 FILE BROWSER Page...................... 144 DOWNLOAD FAULT HISTORY Page .....TABLE OF CONTENTS CONTENTS PAGE Enter MDC Diagnostic Pages ....... 106 SET AIRCRAFT IDENTIFICATION Page108 LOAD FILES FROM DISK Page ......................................................................... 6 DIAGNOSTIC DATA Page....... 151 INPUT MODE Page ...... 95 FLIGHT LEG DETAIL Page........... 101 LRU INDEX/OPERATIONS Page ........... 168 OUTPUT MODE Page ............................. 4 ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS Page ...................................................................................... 177 Modify the FGC Servo Outputs ............................ 118 REPORT DOWNLOAD Page......................... 99 ATA INDEX Page..................... 9 DATA READER Page .................... 148 REPORT MODE Page ........................ 146 FCS DIAGNOSTICS Pages ............................................ 114 CONFIGURATION STRAPPING DATA Page ...... 116 MDC VERSION INFORMATION Page ......

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NO FAULTS means all monitored units are normal and no messages exist. refer to page 3 for instructions. Refer to the Report Mode pages. This publication is intended to help the flight-line technician use these built-in diagnostics to test and troubleshoot the avionics units. FCS DIAGNOSTICS: Use the FCS diagnostics to isolate an autopilot or yaw damper engage/ disengage problem. This is an overall system check. QUICK TEST: Show the CURRENT FAULTS page and look for fault messages. The Report Mode codes identify what is currently preventing the AP or YD engage and what caused the last disengage.INTRODUCTION This booklet describes the diagnostic pages and codes of the Collins Avionics System. 1 .

4. push the CCP MENU button. ATA INDEX. STATUS MENU shows on the MFD. Turn the CCP MENU ADV knob. The MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page shows on the MFD. 2. CONFIGURATION DATA. 6. AIRCRAFT HISTORY. LRU INDEX OPERATIONS. or REPORT DOWNLOAD line. When stable. MDC SETUP. push the PUSH SELECT button.Enter MDC Diagnostic Pages 1. Push either the MFD UP or DOWN line select key to move the cursor (>) to: CURRENT FAULTS. Apply power to avionics. 3. 2 . until the focus indicator shows around the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU. On the CCP. The system becomes stable in approximately 5 minutes. 5. 7. Push the MFD SELECT line select key to show the menu item page. push the CCP STAT button. If the STATUS MENU DOESN’T SHOW.

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Push the SELECT line select key.CURRENT FAULTS Page 1. 2. A FAULT MESSAGE line describes the detected problem (or information) for that LRU. Other information can also show on this page. The STATUS column indicates one of the following. NO FAULTS means all monitored units OK This page lists each currently non-functioning LRU that is monitored by diagnostics. Show the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. required actions: 4 . Move the cursor to the CURRENT FAULTS line.

Remember to allow the system to stabilize for at least 5 minutes before using the diagnostics. the fourth fault listed in the sample display means: The number 1 communications management unit (CMU 1) is diagnosed as NO OUTPUT. Check these displays and do the required action as defined in the previous paragraph. When there are multiple pages. DEFERRED MAINT . Most fault entries show on this page between 0 and 30 seconds after they are first detected.Check power to LRU. NO FAULTS annunciates when no diagnostic messages show.LRU is good. The CURRENT FAULTS page is an active display that automatically updates as fault conditions appear or clear. MAINTENANCE . Some monitors provide a time delay to prevent nuisance display of transient conditions. information only. (NO OUTPUT).) Check the CURRENT FAULTS page when a problem is first suspected. LRU OK/INFO . OVERHEAT . but unusual maintenance (for example.Perform unusual maintenance. 5 . For example. this page shows the problem LRU name with a descriptive FAULT MESSAGE and STATUS condition. To show the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page again.Check fan/cooling system.FAILED Replaces this LRU. push the RETURN line select key. OFF/NO OUTPUT . push the PREV or NEXT line select key. changing a battery) will soon be required. If the diagnostic system has detected a failure.No fault. Since there is no CMU 1 output. The CURRENT FAULTS page is useful as a quick system test and should be used to verify proper system operation after a maintenance action is completed. the required action (OFF/NO OUTPUT status) is to check the power (input) to the CMU 1. to show the previous or next page. (See page 2.

Under the VIEW DETAILED DIAGNOSTIC DATA. ATA chapter. LRU STATUS. This page shows. under the ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS title. FAULT HISTORY (page 95). or FLIGHT LEG DETAIL (page 99) pages to show the ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS page. The top portion of the display lists the reporting 6 . and lists the diagnostic words for the selected LRU. Select an LRU field on the CURRENT FAULTS.ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS Page 1. LRU. this page shows a plain-English description of the problem. and COMP ID.

The SHOW MESSAGE DATA (or SHOW LRU DATA) line is used to change between the LRU DIAGNOSTIC DATA display and the DATA USED TO DETERMINE MESSAGE display.. the diagnostic words show the word label and then bits 31 thru 9. The diagnostic words can be from other LRUs. etc.LRU along with a description of the current problem and the display format selection lines. The DATA USED TO DETERMINE MESSAGE display shows all the diagnostic words that were used in the MDC logic equation. ending at the right with bit 09. In the binary format. etc. The LRU DIAGNOSTIC DATA fields show the octal label and diagnostic word received from that LRU. A maximum of ten diagnostic words can be shown. The field shows dash lines if the associated word is not received. If a fault message is gone after a REFRESH command. 30. The SHOW IN HEXADECIMAL or SHOW IN BINARY line is used to change between the formats. 7 . MESSAGE NO LONGER ACTIVE shows at the bottom of the page. Each diagnostic word contains useful information that may simplify troubleshooting effort. The bit numbers are read from left to right in vertical pairs (3 over 1. The lower portion shows the diagnostic word fields and associated diagnostic data. The ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS page shows active data words and status conditions. thru 0 over 9) for bits 31. The diagnostic words show in either binary or hex format. as well as the diagnostic words that caused the fault message to be recorded. This display is active and updates as new data is received. 3 over 0.

The SHOW IN HEXADECIMAL format shows the word label. A Sign Status Matrix (SSM) indication of failure warning does not always mean a bad unit. push the SELECT line select key to access the DATA READER page. but could simply mean that a bit is set in the diagnostic word. When the cursor is on the diagnostic word field. Push the RETURN line select key to show the CURRENT FAULTS page. Continue to push the RETURN line select key to show the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. The DATA READER page shows the bit state and the definition for each bit in the applicable label. 8 . Push the TAB line select key to toggle the cursor between the selection lines of the display and the diagnostic words. the source LRU NAME. and the sixdigit DATA columns.Refer to the Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions table to decode the information contained in these bits of the diagnostic word.

When the desired line is highlighted. and diagnostic word lines.DIAGNOSTIC DATA Page On the ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS Page. DATA VIEW. DATA FORMAT. The TAB button moves the 9 . Push SELECT line select key to show the DETAILED DIAGNOSTIC DATA page. the cursor is always defaulted to VIEW DETAILED DIAGNOSTIC DATA. The bottom of the page shows the instructions USE TAB TO SWITCH BETWEEN FIELDS. Use the UP and DOWN line select keys to move the cursor to the desired line. push the SELECT line select key. The DETAILED DIAGNOSTIC DATA page options are the REFRESH.

if the word is not received. If the fault or service message is gone.cursor from the operation button lines to the diagnostic word labels. A maximum of ten diagnostic words can show. hexadecimal. the MDC shows MESSAGE NO LONGER ACTIVE. A Sign Status Matrix (SSM) indication of failure warning does not always mean a bad unit. 10 . 2. and the six-digit. diagnostic word. The diagnostic word lines show the current diagnostic words received from other LRUs. but could simply mean that a bit is set in the diagnostic word. The hexadecimal format shows the diagnostic word label. The diagnostic word lines are used to view the DATA READER page. the LRU NAME. push the RETURN line select key again. Refer to the Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions table to decode the information contained in these bits of the diagnostic word. The diagnostic word bits do not show (dash lines). The DATA FORMAT line is used to change between the diagnostic words being shown in a hexadecimal or binary format. The message shows on the dashed line at the bottom of the page. Select the DATA FORMAT line and use the TAB button to show the hexadecimal or binary format. push the RETURN line select key. To show the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. To show the ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS page. The binary format shows the diagnostic word label and bits 31 through 9 from left to right. The REFRESH line causes the MDC to update the data on this page. 1. The LRU diagnostic words are updated.

push the TAB line select key to move the cursor to the diagnostic words. 3. 2.DATA READER Page 1. On the DETAILED DIAGNOSTIC DATA page. Push the SELECT line select key to show the DATA READER page for that label. On the DETAILED DIAGNOSTIC DATA page. use the UP and DOWN line select keys to move the cursor to the desired diagnostic word label. 11 .

Mark 1 or 0 on each line on the Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions page. Read a diagnostic word as follows: 1. 6 = 0110) as shown below. 12 . Show the word or words of interest on a data bus reader. push the RETURN line select key. To show the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page.(1. 1. or a dash). It shows the state of each bit. 2. The top line shows the diagnostic word label and the LRU name.The DATA READER page contains more data about the diagnostic word label that was selected on the DETAILED DIAGNOSTIC DATA page. The description of each line marked with a 1 is true. convert each hexadecimal digit to binary format (that is. Each word shows in binary or hexadecimal format. DIAGNOSTIC WORDS The following pages define the information contained in the LRU diagnostic words. and can be easily interpreted to read the data contained in that word. It shows a dash if it receives no data for an applicable bit. To go back to the DETAILED DIAGNOSTIC DATA page. 2. 3. Each line defines one bit of the diagnostic word. 0. If only hexadecimal format is available. push the RETURN line select key again. This page contains one line of data about each bit for the applicable label.

0: 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 Hex to Binary Conversion Chart: 1: 1 2: 0 3: 1 4: 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6: 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 7: 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 8: 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 9: 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 5: A: B: C: D: E: F: BINARY CODED DECIMAL VALUES (1) (2) (4) (8) A=10 B=11 C=12 D=13 E=14 F=15 13 .

and 26 are set. the definitions for these five bits are all currently true. 21. ARINC wraparound fault. Qc (pitot) sensor failed. 14. For an ADC unit this word means: LRU is right ADC. RAM memory fault. 16. offset data. and LRU SSM code is failure warning (SSM is 00).SAMPLE: 350-0000-0010-0001-0000-1010-0010 (or 0210A2) BIT NO 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 BCD VALUE SAMPLE WORD DATA (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) 2= 0 1 (BIT 10 IS SET) 0 0 0 1 (BIT 14 IS SET) 0 1 (BIT 16 IS SET) 0 0 0 0 1 (BIT 21 IS SET) 0 0 0 0 1 (BIT 26 IS SET) 0 0 0 0 0 0 A= (10) 0= 1= 2= 0= Bits 10. 14 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions ADC (350/301) Air Data Computer Diagnostic Word 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code 0 0 Rt sensor = 1 Qc sensor = 1 Ps sensor = 1 Offset data = 1 Data load needed = 1 Vertical speed = 1 Airspeed = 1 Altitude = 1 ARINC wraparound = 1 Discrete input = 1 Sensor coefficient data = 1 Aircraft configuration memory (ACM) = 1 Nonvolatile memory (NVM) = 1 RAM = 1 ROM = 1 ADC invalid = 1 0 **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Not 10 0 Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 0 No 1 1 No 2 Left Right 1 LRU 1 No 3 *SDI **SSM 30 0 Failure 1 Not 0 Func 1 Normal 31 0 Warn 0 Used 1 Test 1 Oper 15 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) ADC (351/301) Air Data Computer Diagnostic Word 2 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code 0 0 Fault field Fault field Fault field Fault field Fault field Fault field Fault field Fault field Fault field Fault field Fault field Fault field Ident field (LSB) Ident field Ident field Ident field (MSB) 0 **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Not 10 0 Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 0 No 1 1 No 2 Left Right 1 LRU 1 No 3 SEE NEXT PAGE (Bits 25-28 define an ident code to classify type of fault) SEE NEXT PAGE (Bits 13-24 define specific fault for ident code set by bits 25-28) *SDI **SSM 30 0 Failure 1 Not 0 Func 1 Normal 31 0 Warn 0 Used 1 Test 1 Oper 16 .

25): 28 27 26 25 TYPE OF FAULT 0 0 0 1 COMPUTATIONAL (CODE 1) 0 0 1 0 INPUT/OUTPUT (CODE 2) 0 0 1 1 HARDWARE (CODE 3) 0 1 0 0 MEMORY (CODE 4) FAULT FIELD CODE (Bits 24 .13): BIT IDENT CODE 1 BIT IDENT CODE 3 13 Rt monitor 13 Rt counter 14 Qc monitor 14 Qc counter 15 Ps monitor 15 Ps counter 16 0 16 0 17 TAT/SAT/ISA 17 Initialization 18 Vertical speed 18 Foreground 19 Airspeed 19 Power supply 20 Altitude 20 Bad 386 interrupt 21 SSEC 21 0 22 Mach 22 Discrete input 23 TAS 23 Scrap code 24 Vmo/Mmo 24 Source ident BIT IDENT CODE 2 13 STIM Rt input 14 STIM Qc input 15 STIM Ps input 16 0 17 Serial I/O 18 0 19 0 20 0 21 ARINC loopback 22 ARINC output 23 0 24 Baro input BIT IDENT CODE 4 13 0 14 0 15 0 16 Offset data 17 Coefficient data 18 Software/Hardware ver 19 RAM 20 NVM 21 RTE ROM 22 ACM ROM 23 Program ROM 24 Low ROM 17 .Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) ADC (351/061) Air Data Computer Diagnostic Word 2 (Cont) IDENT FIELD CODE (Bits 28 .

MAG HDG = 0 Air data invalid = 1 **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 LRU 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 LRU 10 0 No 4 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 No 3 Left Right **SSM 30 0 Failure 1 Not 0 Test 1 Valid 31 0 Warning 0 Used 1 STIM 1 Data*** Mode 18 .Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) AHC (350/060) Attitude Heading Computer Diagnostic Word 1 9 (1) 10 (2) 11 (4) 12 (8) 13 (1) 14 (2) 15 (4) 16 (8) 17 (1) 18 (2) 19 (4) 20 (8) 21 (1) 22 (2) 23 (4) 24 (8) 25 (1) 26 (2) 27 (4) 28 (8) 29 (1) 30 (2) 31 (4) 32 (8) *SDI *SDI code *SDI code Heading invalid = 1 Attitude invalid = 1 Rate compare valid = 1 Accel. compare valid = 1 Checksum invalid = 1 Aligned valid = 1 Flux detector invalid = 1 I/O valid = 1 Hardware invalid = 1 W1 fail = 1 W2 fail = 1 Initialization mode (1 = not complete) Hi rate invalid = 1 Mount orientation invalid = 1 RAM backup invalid = 1 Wraparound enable (1 = yes) FDU compensation mode on = 1 DG HDG (not slaved) = 1.

17): 18 0 0 1 1 17 0 1 0 1 MOUNT ORIENTATION Front facing right Front facing left Front facing fore Front facing aft 19 . or abort. 0=Normal) 29 (1) Maintenance mode selected = 1 30 (2) **SSM code 31 (4) **SSM code 32 (8) Parity (odd) *SDI 9 0 LRU 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 LRU 10 0 No 4 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 No 3 Left Right **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Test 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 1 STIM 1 Warn Mode MOUNT ORIENTATION CODE (Bits 18 .Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) AHC (351/061) Attitude Heading Computer Diagnostic Word 29 (1) *SDI code 10 (2) *SDI code 11 (4) Air data invalid = 1 12 (8) Air data invalid = 1 13 (1) Air data invalid = 1 14 (2) Reserved 15 (4) Reserved 16 (8) Reserved 17 (1) Mount orientation (see next page) 18 (2) Mount orientation (see next page) 19 (4) Weight on wheels (on ground) = 1 20 (8) Maintenance mode selected = 1 21 (1) Maintenance mode ident (see next page) 22 (2) Maintenance mode ident (see next page) 23 (4) Maintenance mode ident (see next page) 24 (8) Maintenance mode ident (see next page) 25 (1) Reserved 26 (2) Reserved 27 (4) Reserved 28 (8) Leveling mode (1= basic. initialization.

21): 24 23 22 21 MAINTENANCE MODE IDENT 0 0 0 0 Normal AHRS mode active 0 0 0 1 Bench test mode active 0 0 1 0 Field test mode active 0 1 0 0 MMT leveling mode active 1 0 0 0 FDU compensation mode active 20 .Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) AHC (351/061) Attitude Heading Computer Diagnostic Word 2 (Cont) MAINTENANCE MODE IDENT (Bits 24 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CCP (350/372) Cursor Control Panel Diagnostic Word 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code Front panel ID (reserved) = 0 Front panel ID (reserved) = 0 Front panel ID (reserved) = 0 ARINC 429 input inactive = 1 1 1 (1) 1 (2) 1 (4) 1 (8) (1) (2) Keyboard fault = 1 (4) Configuration strap fault = 1 (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) **SSM code (4) **SSM code (8) Parity (odd) 9 0 Not 10 0 Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 Not 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 Used Left Right *SDI **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 Not 0 Not 1 Not 31 0 Oper 0 Used 1 Used 1 Used 21 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CDU (350/040) Control Display Unit Diagnostic Word 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code ARINC 429 receiver 7 inactive for 3 sec = 1 ARINC 429 receiver 8 inactive for 3 sec = 1 ARINC 429 receiver 9 inactive for 3 sec = 1 ARINC 429 receiver 10 inactive for 3 sec = 1 ARINC 429 receiver 11 inactive for 3 sec = 1 ARINC 429 receiver 12 inactive for 3 sec = 1 ARINC 739 port 1 172 word inactive for 3 sec ARINC 739 port 2 word inactive for 3 sec = 1 ARINC 739 port 3 word inactive for 3 sec = 1 ARINC 739 port 4 word inactive for 3 sec = 1 ARINC 739 port 5 word inactive for 3 sec = 1 ARINC 739 port 6 word inactive for 3 sec = 1 Keyboard fault = 1 Display processor fault = 1 Backlight failed = 1 NVRAM fault = 1 Backlight warm-up in progress = 1 Parameter block fault = 1 Cross-side configuration strap miscompare = 1 **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 LRU 10 0 No 4 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 LRU 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 No 3 Left Right Center *SDI **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 Note 1 Test 1 Warn 22 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CMU (350/216) Configuration Management Unit Datalink Diagnostic Word 1 9 10 11 12 (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code RIU CMU Inactive = 1 Reserved 13 (1) Reserved 14 (2) MCDU1 Activity. Inactive = 1 Reserved MCDU2 Activity. Inactive = 1 Reserved Reserved Reserved Command ACK 0 **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Default 1 Not 0 Not 1 Not 10 0 0 Used 1 Used 1 Used *SDI **SSM 30 0 Failure 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Normal 31 0 Warn 0 1 Test 1 Oper 23 . Inactive = 1 FMS2 Activity. Inactive = 1 HF DL1 Activity. Inactive = 1 Reserved Reserved SATCOM Activity. Inactive = 1 MCDU3 Activity. Inactive = 1 15 (4) Printer Activity. Inactive = 1 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) FMS1 Activity. Inactive = 1 XTALK Activity.

Inactive = 1 VHF 1 Activity.Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CMU (351/217) Configuration Management Unit Datalink Diagnostic Word 2 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code SIGPA Activity. Inactive = 1 SIGPB Activity. Inactive = 1 Reserved VHF 3 Activity. Inactive = 1 Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Default 1 Not 0 Not 1 Not 10 0 0 Used 1 Used 1 Used *SDI **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 1 Test 1 Warning 24 . Inactive = 1 Reserved Reserved IAPS 1 Activity. Inactive = 1 AMP 1 Activity. Inactive = 1 Reserved Reserved RTU S Activity.

21-29 are all 0. Note 3: Set if drive temperature is less than 0 °C. Note 4: Set if no activity for previous 10 seconds.Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) DBU (351/351) Data Base Unit Diagnostic Word 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) 0 0 Spare Spare Spare Spare Received data fault = 1 (Note 1) Transmitter (UART) fault RAM fault = 1 EPROM checksum fault = 1 Disk controller fault = 1 DBU master fault = 1 (Note 2) Drive under temperature status = 1 (Note 3) DBU Input bus 1 inactive (L-FMC-5) (Note 4) DBU Input bus 2 inactive (R-FMC-5) (Note 4) DBU Input bus 3 inactive (L-MDC-3) (Note 4) DBU Input bus 4 inactive (Reserved) (Note 4) DBU input bus 5 inactive = 1 (Note 4) DBU input bus 6 inactive = 1 (Note 4) DBU input bus 7 inactive = 1 (Note 4) DBU input bus 8 inactive = 1 (Note 4) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) *SSM 30 0 Normal 1 Not 0 Not 1 Not 31 0 Oper 0 Used 1 Used 1 Used Note 1: Set for 5 seconds if received data fault detected on any of the 8 input buses. Note 2: Cleared if bits 15-19. 25 .

1 Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Not 10 0 Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 0 No 1 1 No 2 left right 1 Not 1 Used *SDI **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 Not 0 Not 1 Not 31 0 Oper 0 Used 1 Used 1 Used 26 .Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) DCP (350/303) Display Control Panel Diagnostic Word 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code Front Panel ID reserved = 0 Front Panel ID reserved = 0 Front Panel ID reserved = 0 ARINC 429 input inactive = 1 Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Keyboard fault = 1 Configuration strap fault .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) DCU (350/044) Data Concentrator Unit Diagnostic Word 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code Reserved Reserved Reserved Discrete input fault = 1 Discrete output fault = 1 Reserved Reserved Reserved A/D busy fault = 1 Converter test voltage fault = 1 Reserved RAM cell test = 1 ROM cell test = 1 Application ROM checksum fault = 1 Watchdog test fault = 1 Reserved Reserved Left/right unit CRC mismatch = 1 Serial I/O wraparound fault = 1 **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Left 10 0 EDC 1 Left 0 Right 1 Right 0 DCU 1 DCU 1 EDC *SDI **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 1 Test 1 Warn 27 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) DCU (351/152) Data Concentrator Unit Diagnostic Word 2 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code Reserved Reserved Spare Analog excitation fault = 1 Gate array fault = 1 Invalid configuration = 1 Reserved Reserved Reserved Main processor throughput Spare-out_6 bus overflow = 1 Reserved Reserved Cross-side Out_Port_1 (DCU-1) bus overflow Cross-side Out_Port_2 (DCU-2) bus overflow Cross-side Out_Port_5 (DCU-3) bus overflow Cross-side Out_Port_4 (software) bus overflow Cross-side Out_Port_3 (DCU-5) bus overflow Reserved **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Left 10 0 EDC 1 Left 0 Right 1 Right 0 DCU 1 DCU 1 EDC *SDI **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 1 Test 1 Warn 28 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) DCU (352/013) Data Concentrator Unit Diagnostic Word 3 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code Reserved Reserved Reserved L-GP-5 bus inactive = 1 R-GP-5 bus inactive = 1 Internal bus inactive = 1 S/W download in bus inactive = 1 Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved XTALK bus inactive = 1 Onside EDC bus inactive = 1 Reserved **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Left 10 0 EDC 1 Left 0 Right 1 Right 0 DCU 1 DCU 1 EDC *SDI **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 1 Test 1 Warn 29 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) DME (350/067) Distance Measuring Equipment Diagnostic Word 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code Pad Video Processor Fault (1 = abnormal condition) Receiver Fault Distance processor fault Microprocessor ROM fault Micro processor RAM fault (1) LSC BCD Fail Code (2) (4) (8) (1) MSC BCD fail code (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) Power supply fault Synthesizer fault Transmitter fault ARINC input bus B absent ARINC input bus A absent **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Not 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 Not 10 0 Used 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 Used Left Right Failure 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Normal Warn 0 1 Test 1 Oper 29 (1) 30 (2) 31 (4) 32 (8) *SDI **SSM 30 0 31 0 30 .

If one of these faults is detected during self-test. 31 . the SSM indicates failure after the test is complete.Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) DME (350/067) Distance Measuring Equipment Diagnostic Word 1 (Cont) BCD FAULT CODE (BITS 24-17) 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 No faults found Power supply Synthesizer lock Transmitter ***Video processor ***Receiver processor ***Distance processor ROM failure RAM failure ARINC input Bus B absent ARINC input Bus A absent *** Available in self-test only. Note: A separate diagnostic word is sent for each of the 3 DME channels.

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) EDC (350/044) Engine Data Concentrator Diagnostic Word 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code Reserved Reserved Reserved Discrete input fault = 1 Discrete output fault = 1 Reserved Reserved Reserved A/D busy fault = 1 Converter test voltage fault = 1 Reserved Reserved Reserved Application ROM checksum fault = 1 Watchdog test fault = 1 Reserved Reserved Left/right unit CRC mismatch = 1 Serial I/O wraparound fault = 1 **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Left 10 0 EDC 1 Left 0 Right 1 Right 0 DCU 1 DCU 1 EDC *SDI **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 1 Test 1 Warn 32 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) EDC (351/152) Engine Data Concentrator Diagnostic Word 2 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code Reserved Reserved Spare Analog excitation fault = 1 Gate array fault = 1 Invalid configuration = 1 Reserved Reserved Reserved Main processor throughput = 1 Out_Port_6 bus overflow = 1 Reserved Reserved Cross-side Out_Port_1 (DCU-1) bus overflow Cross-side Out_Port_2 (DCU-2) bus overflow Cross-side Out_Port_5 (DCU-3) bus overflow Cross-side Out_Port_4 (software out) overflow Cross-side Out_Port_3 (DCU-5) bus overflow Reserved **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Left 10 0 EDC 1 Left 0 Right 1 Right 0 DCU 1 DCU 1 EDC *SDI **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 1 Test 1 Warn 33 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) EDC (352/013) Engine Data Concentrator Diagnostic Word 3 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code Reserved Reserved Reserved In_Port_1 (L-GP-5) bus inactive = 1 In_Port_2 (R-GP-5) bus inactive = 1 Internal bus inactive = 1 Software download in bus inactive Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Cross-talk bus inactive = 1 Onside EDC bus inactive = 1 Reserved **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Left 10 0 EDC 1 Left 0 Right 1 Right 0 DCU 1 DCU 1 EDC *SDI **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 1 Test 1 Warn 34 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) EGPWS (350/144) Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System Diagnostic Word 1
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code ARINC input number 1 (1 = failure) ARINC input number 2 (1 = failure) ARINC input number 3 (1 = failure) ARINC input number 4 (1 = failure) ARINC input number 5 (1 = failure) ARINC input number 6 (1 = failure) ARINC input number 7 (1 = failure) ARINC input number 8 (1 = failure) ARINC input number 9 (1 = failure) ARINC input number 10 (1 = failure) ARINC input number 11 (1 = failure) ARINC input number 12 (1 = failure) Analog input number 1 (1 = failure) Analog input number 2 (1 = failure) Analog input number 3 (1 = failure) Analog input number 4 (1 = failure) Program pins changed or invalid = 1 Flap input failure = 1 Gear input failure = 1 **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Default 1 Not 0 Not 1 Not 10 0 0 Used 1 Used 1 Used

*SDI

**SSM 30 0 Normal 1 Not 0 Func 1 Not 31 0 Oper 0 Used 1 Test 1 Used

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Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) EGPWS (351/145) Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System Diagnostic Word 2
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code Glideslope cancel discrete failure = 1 Momentary audio suppress discrete failure - 1 Audio inhibit discrete failure = 1 Self-test discrete input failed = 1 Support task failure = 1 NVM test failure = 1 Watchdog timer test failure = 1 Analog input failure = 1 Voice test failure = 1 DITS input test failure = 1 Terrain database failure = 1 Flash file system write failure = 1 DITS input test failure = 1 Voice failure = 1 System or mode task failure = 1 Envelope modulation database failure = 1 Watchdog time-outs detected = 1 Aircraft database failure or CRC failure = 1 Image DSP failure = 1 **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Default 1 Not 0 Not 1 Not 10 0 0 Used 1 Used 1 Used

*SDI

**SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 1 Test 1 Warn

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Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) EGPWS (355/146) Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System Diagnostic Word 3
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code ARINC input number 13 (1 = failure) ARINC input number 14 (1 = failure) ARINC input number 15 (1 = failure) ARINC input number 16 (1 = failure) ARINC input number 17 (1 = failure) ARINC input number 18 (1 = failure)

17 (1) Reserved (ARINC input number 19 inactive) (1 = failure) 18 (2) Reserved (ARINC input number 20 inactive) (1 = failure) 19 (4) Spare 20 (8) Spare 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) Spare Spare Spare Spare Spare Spare Spare Spare Spare **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Default 1 Not 0 Not 1 Not 10 0 0 Used 1 Used 1 Used

*SDI

**SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 1 Test 1 Warn

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Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) FGC (350/071) Flight Guidance Computer Diagnostic Word 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) 0 *Note 0 *Note Spare Spare Spare FGC (351) contents (LSB) (see next page) FGC (351) contents (see next page) FGC (351) contents (see next page) FGC (351) contents (MSB) (see next page) Spare Spare Reserved (FCS system 2 ident) Spare Trim system fail = 1 Cross channel communication failure = 1 A-IOC-FGC communication failure = 1 AHRS-FGC communication failure = 1 FGS panel communication failure =1 B-IOC-FGC communication failure =1 FGC failure = 1 29 (1) Configuration strapping incompatibility (A/C vs. 38 . these must remain defined as 0. FGC) 30 (2) **SSM code 31 (4) **SSM code 32 (8) Parity (odd) *SDI 9 0 Not 10 0 Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 Not 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 Used left right **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Not 31 0 Oper 0 1 Test 1 Used Note: IOC’s use the bits of the FGC label 350/071 for SDI insert.

39 .14): 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 15 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 14 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 LABEL 351 CONTENTS No code sent Repair code AP engage code AP disengage code YD engage code YD disengage code Boost code The following pages define the FGC label 351 contents for each of the above codes.Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) FGC (350/071) Flight Guidance Computer Diagnostic Word 1 (Cont) FGC (351) CODE (Bits 17 .

40 . or yaw trim system Pitch or roll servo amplifier Parity (odd) Note: For bits 9 through 31.Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) FGC (351/124) Flight Guidance Computer Diagnostic Word 2 (REPAIR CODE) REPAIR CODE page. roll. yaw. or yaw cutout occurrence Rudder boost system Pitch. or roll wraparound (D/A to A/D) AHRS serial bus AP or YD hardware monitor output Cross-channel serial bus IOC-A or IOC-B serial bus Disengage switch circuit failure Yaw servo amplifier Protection hardware Yaw cutout hardware Pitch or roll cutout hardware Pitch. label 350 bits 17-14 = 0001 (Repair Code) 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) I/O processor reset FGC memory Yaw equalization FGS panel serial bus Excessive FGC pitch or roll command rate Main processor reset Surface position monitor disagreement Pitch or roll equalization Protection software Pitch. roll. 1 = problem detected since FGC power up.

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) FGC (351/124) Flight Guidance Computer Diagnostic Word 1 (AP ENGAGE CODE page, label 350 bits 17-14 = 0010)
9 (1) AHRS pitch or roll data 10 (2) FGC memory 11 (4) Configuration strapping incompatibility (aircraft vs. FGC) 12 (8) FGP panel serial bus 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) Excessive FGC pitch or roll command rate Roll cutout hardware Excessive pitch or roll attitude AHRS normal or vertical acceleration data Pitch or roll wraparound (D/A to A/D) Pitch trim fail annunciator lamp test Yaw damper disengaged Autopilot monitor output Cross-channel serial bus Current IOC serial bus ID number incompatibility (L FGC vs. R FGC) Pitch cutout hardware Protection hardware FGP external disengage inputs Pitch cutout occurrence Roll cutout occurrence Yaw cutout occurrence AHRS pitch, roll rate, or yaw rate data Pitch or roll servo amplifier Parity (odd)

Note: For bits 9 through 31, 1 = problem which prevented the autopilot engagement.

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Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) FGC (351/124) AP DISENGAGE CODE AP DISENGAGE CODE page, label 350 bits 1714 = 0011 (AP disengage code)
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) AHRS pitch or roll data FGC memory Spare FGS panel serial bus Excessive FGC pitch or roll command rate Spare Excessive pitch or roll attitude AHRS normal or vertical acceleration data Pitch or roll wraparound (D/A to A/D) Spare Yaw disengaged Roll servo amplifier Cross-channel serial bus Current IOC serial bus Spare Spare Protection hardware FGP external disengage inputs Pitch equalization Roll equalization Spare AHRS pitch, roll rate, or yaw rate data Pitch servo amplifier Parity (odd)

Note: For bits 9 through 31, 1 = problem that caused the autopilot disengagement.

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Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) FGC (351/124) Flight Guidance Computer Diagnostic Word 2 (YD ENGAGE CODE) YD ENGAGE CODE page, label 350 bits 17-14 = 0100 (YD engage code)
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) Spare FGC memory Config strap incompatibility (aircraft vs. FGC) FGS panel serial bus Spare Spare Rudder boost active AHRS lateral acceleration data Spare Yaw wraparound Spare Yaw monitor output failure Cross-channel serial bus Current IOC serial bus Spare Yaw servo amplifier Protection hardware FGP external disengage inputs Spare Spare Yaw cutout occurrence AHRS yaw-rate data Yaw cutout hardware Parity (odd)

Note: For bits 9 through 31, 1 = problem that prevented yaw damper engagement.

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Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) FGC (351/124) Flight Guidance Computer Diagnostic Word 2 (YD DISENGAGE CODE) YD DISENGAGE page. 44 . label 350 bits 17-14 = 0101 (YD disengage code) 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) Spare FGC memory Spare FGS panel serial bus Spare Spare Rudder boost active AHRS lateral acceleration data Spare Yaw wraparound (D/A to A/D) Spare Spare Cross-channel serial bus Current IOC serial bus Spare Yaw servo amplifier Protection hardware FGP external disengage inputs Spare Spare Yaw equalization AHRS yaw-rate data Spare Parity (odd) Note: For bits 9 through 31. 1 = problem that caused the yaw damper disengagement.

invalid N1 Spare Spare Yaw wraparound (D/A to A/D) Spare Spare Cross-channel serial bus Current IOC serial bus Rudder boost .switch off Parity (odd) Note: For bits 9 through 31. label 350 bits 17-14 = 0110 (Boost code) 9 (1) Spare 10 (2) FGC memory 11 (4) Configuration strap incompatible (airplane vs. 45 . right FGC) 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) FGS panel serial bus Spare Rudder boost .invalid bleed air Rudder boost .request error Yaw servo amplifier Protection hardware FGP AP/YD disengage bar down Spare Spare Yaw equalization Rudder boost . 1 = problem currently causing a rudder boost failure.Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) FGC (351/124) Flight Guidance Computer Diagnostic Word 2 (BOOST CODE) BOOST CODE page. FGC) 12 (8) ID numbers incompatible (left vs.

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) FMC (350/065) Flight Management Computer Diagnostic Word 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code NAV data base memory fault = 1 NAV data base write error = 1 FMC fault code (see next page) FMC fault code (see next page) FMC fault code (see next page) Spare DBU input absent = 1 CDU-1 input absent (onside) = 1 IOC 1A input absent = 1 IOC 1B input absent = 1 IOC 2A input absent = 1 IOC 2B input absent = 1 FMC-4 cross-talk input absent = 1 FMC-8 cross-talk input absent = 1 DBU-10/11 input absent = 1 Battery low = 1 I/O dual port fault = 1 NAV not responding = 1 FMC clock oscillator fault = 1 **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Not 10 0 Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 LRU 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 No 3 left right *SDI **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 1 Test 1 Warn 46 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) FMC (350/065) Flight Management Computer Diagnostic Word (Cont) FMC FAULT CODE (Bits 15 .13): 15 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 To 1 14 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 13 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 FMC FAULT CODES No faults NAV local RAM fault NAV battery RAM fault NAV boot memory fault NAV application memory fault NAV parameter block fault Spare Spare 47 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) FSU (350/361) File Server Unit Diagnostic Word 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code FSU Proc Card Fault = 1 FSU Node Card Fault = 1 FSU Flash Drive Fault) FSU Application Fault Fatal Application Fault Invalid Configuration ARINC Time/Date Not Valid GP-5 Bus Inactive ECU Fault FSU Fan Fault (if installed) FSU on Secondary Power Secondary Power Switch Active Reserved (Low Batt Warning) Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Not 10 0 Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 Not 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 Used left right *SDI **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 1 Test 1 Warn 48 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) FSU (351/363) File Server Unit (Graphical Weather Faults) Word 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code Application Not Enabled Application Fault Database File Fault Reserved Background Database Image Fault Insufficient Storage Space APDU Format Invalid CMU 11/12 Bus Inactive Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Not 10 0 Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 Not 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 Used left right *SDI **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 1 Test 1 Warn 49 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) FSU (354/366) File Server Unit (XM Graphical Weather Faults) Diagnostic Word 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code Application Not Enabled Application Fault Database File Fault Insufficient Storage Space Client Connection Lost Config Connection Lost Data stream Format Invalid (Note) HUT Receiver 422 Bus Inactive Receiver Hardware Fault Subscription Invalid Reserved: (Antenna Not Connected) Signal BER > 1% Signal BER > 4% Signal BER > 10% Signal BER > 25% Signal BER > 50% Reserved (Not Receiving Satellite Data) Reserved Reserved **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Not 10 0 Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 Not 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 Used left right *SDI **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 1 Test 1 Warn Note: This fault indicates a problem associated with the XM Weather Product including transmission errors or antenna/receiver faults. 50 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) FSU (352/364) File Server Unit (Enhanced Maps Faults) Diagnostic Word 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code Application Not Enabled Application Fault Database File Fault Database Out of Date Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Not 10 0 Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 Not 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 Used left right *SDI **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 1 Test 1 Warn 51 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) FSU (353/365) File Server Unit (Electronic Charts Faults) Diagnostic Word 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code Application Not Enabled Application Fault Database File Fault Database Out of Date Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Not 10 0 Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 Not 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 Used left right *SDI **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 1 Test 1 Warn 52 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) GPS (355/042) Global Positioning System Diagnostic Word 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) SEE NEXT PAGE (Bits 11-14 define the least significant digit of the internal Fault code (4) fault code in HEX Fault code (8) format) Fault code (1) (Bits 15-17 define the Fault code (2) most significant digit of the internal fault code Fault code (4) in HEX format) Fault code present = 1 Differential input bus 2 no activity = 1 Differential input bus 1 no activity = 1 DADC input bus 2 no activity = 1 DADC input bus 1 no activity = 1 FMS/IRS input bus 2 no activity = 1 FMS/IRS input bus 1 no activity = 1 GPS failed = 1 RF interface fault = 1 Sensor fault = 1 Test inhibited = 1 Reserved (Command word acknowledge) **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Not 10 0 Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 LRU 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 No 3 left right *SDI code *SDI code Fault code (1) Fault code (2) *SDI **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Not 31 0 Oper 0 1 Test 1 Used 53 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) GPS (355/042) Global Positioning System Diagnostic Word (Cont) HEX FAULT CODES (Bits 17 -11): 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F 10 11 12-1F 20 21 22 23 24-2B 2C-7F Keep alive +5 V dc Power supply +5-V dc Power supply −5-V dc Power supply +12-V dc Power supply −12-V dc Power supply +28-V dc Not used Ground V dc ARINC I/O loopback System processor CPU System processor RAM System processor ROM CAGE no self-test response CAGE system health CAGE ROM CAGE RAM data test CAGE RAM address test CAGE CPU CAGE internal fault Antenna source voltage low Antenna source voltage high Antenna shorted Antenna open CAGE internal fault Not used 54 .

preset storage) Fiber optic control bus fault Reserved (Bandpass filter fault) Reserved (Radio set control fault) Antenna coupler fault R/T fault **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Not 10 0 Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 Not 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 Used left right *SDI **SSM 30 0 Failure 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Normal 31 0 Warn 0 1 Test 1 Oper 55 .Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) HF (351/043) HF Transceiver Diagnostic Word 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code ARINC Port C input inactive (fail) = 1 ARINC Port B input inactive (fail) = 1 ARINC Port A input inactive (fail) = 1 Spare Spare Spare R/T power amp fault R/T power amp overtemp Antenna/coupler output fault Coupler RF module fault Antenna tune fault R/T input power fault Coupler RF output overvoltage Reserved (Operator error -.

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) IAPS IOC (350/350) Diagnostics Word 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code RAM 1 fault = 1 Map checksum/CRC fault = 1 PTR code checksum/CRC fault = 1 RAM 2 fault = 1 Application code checksum/CRC fault = 1 Map/CSU aircraft type code mismatch = 1 Reserved UART status word error = 1 Warm start =1 Reserved CSU arbiter . 2) **SSM 30 0 31 0 Failure 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Normal Warn 0 1 Test 1 Oper 56 . 1) (No.background fault = 1 L/R and A/B straps parity test fail = 1 CSU word 0 and word 1 parity fail = 1 Reserved Reserved Input queue overrun error = 1 Output queue overrun error = 1 Onside IEC monitor fault = 1 Onside cross-quad power supply overheat = 1 **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) *SDI: 9 0 Right 1 Left 0 Right 1 Left 10 0 Quad B 0 Quad A 1 Quad A 1 Quad B (No.

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) IAPS IOC (351/351) Diagnostics Word 2 9 (1) *SDI code 10 (2) *SDI code 11 (4) Certification mode active = 1 12 (8) Bus reader mode active = 1 13 (1) Reserved 14 (2) Reserved 15 (4) Reserved 16 (8) Reserved 17 (1) ATM 1 composite FIFO full fault = 1 18 (2) ATM 2 composite FIFO full fault = 1 19 (4) ATM 3 composite FIFO full fault = 1 20 (8) Reserved 21 (1) ATM 1 TX/RX loopback test fault = 1 22 (2) ATM 2 TX/RX loopback test fault = 1 23 (4) ATM 3 TX/RX loopback test fault = 1 24 (8) Reserved 25 (1) NVRAM fault = 1 26 (2) Priority data mode = 1 27 (4) Software stack overflow = 1 28 (8) BITE (see next page) 29 (1) BITE (see next page) 30 (2) **SSM code 31 (4) **SSM code 32 (8) Parity (odd) *SDI: 9 0 Right 1 Left 0 Right 1 Left 10 0 Quad B 0 Quad A 1 Quad A 1 Quad B (No. 1) (No. 2) **SSM 30 0 Failure 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Normal 31 0 Warn 0 1 Test 1 Oper BITE (Bits 29 .28): 29 0 0 1 1 28 0 1 0 1 BUILT-IN TEST EQUIPMENT (BITE) Normal operation Do not initiate self-test Acknowledge test request Not defined 57 .

Sub-Address Field) 0 (MSB.Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) IAPS IOC (352/352) Diagnostics 3 Word 0 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) 0 (LSB. Sub-Address Field) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) Quadrant Position (1 = Quad A) Side Select (1 = Left Side) Quad Position / Side Select Parity (Odd) Onside IEC Monitor (1 = Fault) Onside Cross-Quadrant PWR Overheat = 1 Prog Mode (1 = Data Load Mode Not Request) PTR Mode (1 = PTR Mode Not Requested) Arbiter (1 = CSU Read Available) 10 µsec (Transmitter Time) 20 µsec (Transmitter Time) 40 µsec (Transmitter Time) 80 µsec (Transmitter Time) 160 µsec (Transmitter Time) 320 µsec (Transmitter Time) 640 µsec (Transmitter Time) 1280 µsec (Transmitter Time) 0 (Spare) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) Not Used 1 Not 0 Not 1 Normal 0 Used 1 Used 1 Oper *SSM 30 0 31 0 58 .

680 µsec 655.360 µsec *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) Not Used 1 Not 0 Not 1 Normal 0 Used 1 Used 1 Oper *SSM 30 0 31 0 59 .480 µsec 40. Sub-Address Field) 0 (MSB.560 µsec 5.960 µsec 81.Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) IAPS IOC (354/314) Diagnostics 5 Word 0 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) 0 (LSB.120 µsec 10.240 µsec 20.920 µsec 163.840 µsec 327.280 µsec 2. Sub-Address Field) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) 10 µsec (Receiver/Mapper Time) 20 µsec 40 µsec 80 µsec 160 µsec 320 µsec 640 µsec 1.

Sub-Address Field) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) OUTPORT-0/7 Priority Mode = 1 (GPBUS-2/1) OUTPORT-1/5 Priority Mode = 1 (GPBUS-4/3) OUTPORT-2 Priority Mode = 1 (GP-5) OUTPORT-3 Priority Mode = 1 (IOC-4) OUTPORT-4 Priority Mode = 1 (IOC-3) OUTPORT-6 Priority Mode = 1 (IOC-1) OUTPORT-9 Priority Mode = 1 (IOC-5) OUTPORT-10 Priority Mode = 1 (IOC-2) OUTPORT-11 Priority Mode = 1 (IOC-6) OUTPORT-12 Priority Mode = 1 (IOC-7) OUTPORT-13 Priority Mode = 1 (IOC-8) OUTPORT-14 Priority Mode = 1 (IOC-9) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Spare) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) Not used 1 Not 0 Not 1 Normal 0 Used 1 Used 1 Oper *SSM 30 0 31 0 60 .Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) IAPS IOC (354/314) Diagnostics 5 Word 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) 1 (LSB. Sub-Address Field) 0 (MSB.

61 . Sub-Address Field) 1 (MSB. Sub-Address Field) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) OUTPORT-0/7 Queue Overflow (GPBUS-2/1) OUTPORT-1/5 Queue Overflow (GPBUS-4/3) OUTPORT-2 Queue Overflow (GP-5) OUTPORT-3 Queue Overflow (IOC-4) OUTPORT-4 Queue Overflow (IOC-3) OUTPORT-6 Queue Overflow (IOC-1) OUTPORT-9 Queue Overflow (IOC-5) OUTPORT-10 Queue Overflow (IOC-2) OUTPORT-11 Queue Overflow (IOC-6) OUTPORT-12 Queue Overflow (IOC-7) OUTPORT-13 Queue Overflow (IOC-8) OUTPORT-14 Queue Overflow (IOC-9) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Spare) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) Failure 1 Not 0 Not 1 Normal Warning 0 Used 1 Used 1 Oper (Note) *SSM 30 0 31 0 Note: Set if any bit 11-29 is set to 1.Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) IAPS IOC (354/314) Diagnostics 5 Word 2 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) 0 (LSB.

Sub-Address Field) 1 (MSB.Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) IAPS IOC (354/314) Diagnostics 5 Word 3 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) 1 (LSB. 62 . Sub-Address Field) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) Failure 1 Not 0 Not 1 Normal Warning 0 Used 1 Used 1 Oper (Note) *SSM 30 0 31 0 Note: Set if any bit 11-29 is set to 1.

Sub-Address Field) 0 (MSB. Sub-Address Field) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) INPORT-2 Inactive = 1 INPORT-3 Inactive = 1 INPORT-4 Inactive = 1 INPORT-5 Inactive = 1 INPORT-6 Inactive = 1 INPORT-7 Inactive = 1 INPORT-8 Inactive = 1 INPORT-9 Inactive = 1 INPORT-10 Inactive = 1 INPORT-11 Inactive = 1 INPORT-12 Inactive = 1 INPORT-13 Inactive = 1 INPORT-14 Inactive = 1 INPORT-15 Inactive = 1 INPORT-16 Inactive = 1 INPORT-17 Inactive = 1 0 (Spare) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) Failure 1 Not 0 Not 1 Normal Warn 0 Used 1 Used 1 Oper *SSM 30 0 31 0 63 .Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) IOC INPORTS (352/352) Diagnostics 3 Word 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) 1 (LSB.

Sub-Address Field) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) INPORT-18 Inactive = 1 INPORT-19 Inactive = 1 INPORT-20 Inactive = 1 INPORT-21 Inactive = 1 INPORT-22 Inactive = 1 INPORT-23 Inactive = 1 INPORT-24 Inactive = 1 INPORT-25 Inactive = 1 INPORT-26 Inactive = 1 INPORT-27 Inactive = 1 INPORT-28 Inactive = 1 INPORT-29 Inactive = 1 INPORT-30 Inactive = 1 INPORT-31 Inactive = 1 INPORT-32 Inactive = 1 INPORT-33 Inactive = 1 0 (Spare) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) Failure 1 Not 0 Not 1 Normal Warn 0 Used 1 Used 1 Oper *SSM 30 0 31 0 64 .Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) IOC INPORTS (352/3352) Diagnostics 3 Word 2 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) 0 (LSB. Sub-Address Field) 1 (MSB.

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) IOC INPORTS (352/352) Diagnostics 3 Word 3 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) 1 (LSB. Sub-Address Field) 1 (MSB. Sub-Address Field) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) INPORT-34 Inactive = 1 INPORT-35 Inactive = 1 INPORT-36 Inactive = 1 INPORT-37 Inactive = 1 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Spare) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) Failure 1 Not 0 Not 1 Normal Warn 0 Used 1 Used 1 Oper *SSM 30 0 31 0 65 .

Sub-Address Field) 0 (MSB. Sub-Address Field) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) INPORT-2 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-3 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-4 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-5 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-6 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-7 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-8 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-9 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-10 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-11 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-12 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-13 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-14 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-15 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-16 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-17 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 0 (Spare) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) Failure 1 Not 0 Not 1 Normal Warn 0 Used 1 Used 1 Oper *SSM 30 0 31 0 66 .Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) IOC INPORTS (353/353) Diagnostics 4 Word 0 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) 0 (LSB.

Sub-Address Field) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) INPORT-18 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-19 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-20 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-21 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-22 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-23 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-24 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-25 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-26 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-27 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-28 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-29 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-30 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-31 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-32 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-33 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 0 (Spare) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) Failure 1 Not 0 Not 1 Normal Warn 0 Used 1 Used 1 Oper *SSM 30 0 31 0 67 .Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) IOC INPORTS (353/353) Diagnostics 4 Word 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) 1 (LSB. Sub-Address Field) 0 (MSB.

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) IOC INPORTS (353/353) I/O Concentrator Diagnostics 4 Word 2 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) 0 (LSB. Sub-Address Field) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) INPORT-34 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-35 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-36 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 INPORT-37 Receiver Parity/Bit Fault = 1 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Reserved) 0 (Spare) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) Failure 1 Not 0 Not 1 Normal Warn 0 Used 1 Used 1 Oper *SSM 30 0 31 0 68 . Sub-Address Field) 1 (MSB.

000 msec (Background Loop Time) 102.600 msec (Background Loop Time) 819. Sub-Address Field) 0 (Spare) 0 (Spare) 50 msec (Background Loop Time) 100 msec (Background Loop Time) 200 msec (Background Loop Time) 400 msec (Background Loop Time) 800 msec (Background Loop Time) 1.200 msec (Background Loop Time) 6.800 msec (Background Loop Time) 25.800 msec (Background Loop Time) 409.200 msec (Background Loop Time) 1.600 msec (Background Loop Time) 512.400 msec (Background Loop Time) 204.400 msec (Background Loop Time) 12.Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) IOC INPORTS (353/353) Diagnostics 4 Word 3 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) 1 (LSB.400 msec (Background Loop Time) 0 (Spare) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) Not Used 1 Not 0 Not 1 Normal 0 Used 1 Used 1 Oper *SSM 30 0 31 0 69 . Sub-Address Field) 1 (MSB.600 msec (Background Loop Time) 3.638.

63 max *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SSM 30 0 Failure 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Normal 31 0 Warn 0 1 Test 1 Oper 70 .recovery not possible = 1 1 BCD number of cells (LSB) 2 BCD number of cells 4 BCD number of cells 8 BCD number of cells 16 BCD number of cells 32 BCD number of cells (MSB).Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) LIGHTNING DETECT (001/164) Lightning Detection System Diagnostic Word 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lightning within 75 nmi and ±22 degrees forward = 1 0 Heading input NCD or fail = 1 MIC keyed > 1 min.recovery possible = 1 Processor fault . LDS inhibited = 1 0 Antenna fault .recovery possible = 1 Processor fault .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) MDC (350/046) Maintenance Diagnostic Computer Diagnostics Word 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code 0 Ready to receive = 1 Maintenance information = 1 No MDC maintenance tables = 1 MDC fail = 1 Maintenance data present = 1 DBU fault = 1 DBU bus input absent = 1 IOC 1A input absent = 1 IOC 1B input absent = 1 IOC 2A input absent = 1 IOC 2B input absent = 1 Queue overrun = 1 Low battery = 1 Pad CSU miscompare = 1 Watchdog monitor inhibited = 1 BITE test port fault = 1 Internal clock fault = 1 **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Not 10 0 Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 Not 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 Used left right *SDI **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Not 31 0 Oper 0 1 Test 1 Used 71 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) MFD (350/073) Multifunction Display Diagnostic Word 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *AFD mode *AFD mode L FMC bus fail (no activity) = 1 R FMC bus fail (no activity) = 1 T FMC bus fail (no activity) = 1 L DCP bus fail (no activity) = 1 R DCP bus fail (no activity) = 1 LDS bus fail (no activity) = 1 ECP bus fail (no activity) = 1 Cross-side PFD bus fail (no activity) = 1 Cross-side MFD bus fail (no activity) = 1 Onside AFD bus fail (no activity) = 1 WXR bus fail (no activity) = 1 GCAS bus fail (no activity) = 1 Spare Low-voltage power-supply overtemperature = 1 Maintenance fault = 1 Internal fault = 1 CPU/memory ROM fault report = 1 CPU/memory cycle slipping = 1 Low input power (power fail warn) = 1 **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 PFD 10 0 1 MFD 0 EICAS 1 Not 0 1 1 Used *AFD **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 Not 0 Not 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 Used 1 Used 1 Warn 72 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) MFD (351/306) Multifunction Display Diagnostic Word 2 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *AFD mode *AFD mode L EDC bus fail (no activity) = 1 R EDC bus fail (no activity) = 1 T EDC bus fail (no activity) = 1 L AHC bus fail (no activity) = 1 R AHC bus fail (no activity) = 1 T AHC bus fail (no activity) = 1 L ADC bus fail (no activity) = 1 R ADC bus fail (no activity) = 1 T ADC bus fail (no activity) = 1 L DCU bus fail (no activity) = 1 R DCU bus fail (no activity) = 1 T DCU bus fail (no activity) = 1 L IOC bus fail (no activity) = 1 R IOC bus fail (no activity) = 1 CCP bus fail (no activity) = 1 TCAS bus fail (no activity) = 1 L VIR bus fail (no activity) = 1 R VIR bus fail (no activity) = 1 MDC bus fail (no activity) = 1 **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 PFD 10 0 1 MFD 0 EICAS 1 Not 0 1 1 Used *AFD **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 Not 0 Not 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 Used 1 Used 1 Warn 73 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) NAV (350A/063) Navigation Receiver. ADF Diagnostics Word 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code Pad Pad Pad Pad Pad Pad 1 2 4 8 10 20 40 80 Pad Pad Pad Pad Pad **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Not 10 0 Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 Not 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 Used left right SEE NEXT PAGE (Bits 17-20 define the ones digit of the UUT internal fault code in BCD format) (Bits 21-24 define the tens digit of the UUT internal fault code in BCD format) *SDI **SSM 30 0 Failure 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Normal 31 0 Warn 0 1 Test 1 Oper 74 .

SSM = Failed SMO lock failure. SSM = Failed No received bus. SSM = Failed Spare B+ failure. SSM = Failed Sine modulation failure. SSM = Failed Invalid frequency at port B. or no rcv station. SSM = Failed No ADF frequency at port A. PL-II Invalid frequency received. or no rcv station. SSM = NCD AGC out-of-range. ADF Diagnostics (Cont) Fault Codes (Bits 24 .Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) NAV (350A) Navigation Receiver. SSM = NCD Dc sine failure. or no rcv station. SSM = Failed B. or no rcv station. 34. SSM = Failed No ADF frequency at port B. processor. 35 11-29 30-33 75 . SSM = Failed Low signal level. SSM = Failed Invalid frequency at port A. or no rcv station. SSM = NCD HF key line low. SSM = Failed Failed input bus at port B.17): 00 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 No faults found. PL-II No received ADF frequency. SSM = Normal Dc cosine failure.failure. SSM = Normal Failed input bus at port A. SSM = Failed A/D failure. SSM = Failed RAM failure. SSM = Failed Cosine modulation failure. or no rcv station. PL-II Bearing update time-out. SSM = Failed Antenna power failure. SSM = NCD Detector out-of-lock. SSM = Normal SSM Normal Failure No Computed Data (NCD) Fault code 0. instr.

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) NAV (350V/075) Navigation Receiver, VIR Diagnostics Word
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code Pad Pad Pad Pad Pad Pad 1 2 4 8 10 20 40 80 SEE NEXT PAGE (Bits 17-20 define the ones digit of the UUT internal fault code in BCD format) (Bits 21-24 define the tens digit of the UUT internal fault code in BCD format)

VOR fault warning = 1 LOC fault warning = 1 GS fault warning = 1 Frequency fault warning = 1 Radio fault warning = 1 **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 10 0 Not Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 Not 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 Used left right

*SDI

**SSM 30 0 31 0

Failure 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Normal Warn 0 1 Test 1 Oper

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Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) NAV (350V/075) Navigation Receiver, VIR Diagnostics Word
BCD FAULT CODE (BITS 24-17) 00 No faults found 01 No failure 02 RAM fail (Note 1) 03 No received CSDB sync (Note 1) 04 No received CSDB frequency (Note 1) 05 Illegal NAV frequency 06 ILS line NE to delayed ILS (SSM code: NCD) (Note 2) 09 Port 1 I/O bus failure (Note 3) 10 Port 2 I/O bus failure (Note 3) 11 A/D busy (Note 3) 12 A/D fail reference test (Note 3) 13 +13 V dc failed test (Note 3) 14 -13 V dc failed test (Note 3) 17 VOR synthesizer not locked (Note 4) 18 AFC not locked (SSM code: NCD) (Note 2) 19 No 30-Hz ref. signal (SSM code: NCD) (Note 2) 20 No 30-Hz vrbl signal (SSM code: NCD) (Note 2) 25 LOC synthesizer not locked (Note 5) 26 LOC signal level low (SSM code: NCD) (Note 2) 28 GS synthesizer not locked (Note 6) 29 GS signal level too low (SSM code: NCD) (Note 2) 32 Marker failure (Note 4) 40 No port A data for 0.6 second (Note 1) 41 No port A frequency for 0.5 second (Note 1) 42 No port B data for 0.6 second (Note 1) 43 No port B frequency for 0.5 second (Note 1) 44 No CSDB received from instrumentation microprocessor (Note 1) Note 1: Set failure flag for GS, LOC, Freq, and diag words. Note 2: Sets NCD bits in word 350. Note 3: Sets failure flag in GS, LOC, VOR, and diag words. Note 4: Sets failure flag in VOR and diag words. Note 5: Sets failure flag in LOC and diag words. Note 6: Sets failure flag in GS and diag words.

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Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) PFD (216/130) Primary Flight Display Diagnostic Word
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code Attitude annun select code (see next page) Attitude annun select code (see next page) Category II/III warning = 1 Category II discrete active = 1 Windshear caution = 1 Windshear warning = 1 Windshear monitor fail = 1 Altitude compare warning = 1 Airspeed compare warning = 1 Altitude compare not possible = 1 Airspeed compare not possible = 1 Category II/III monitor Overspeed warn = 1 Preselect altitude alert warn (1 second) = 1 TCAS traffic alert (TA present) = 1 TCAS resolution advisory (RA present) = 1 ADC annunciation select code (see next page) ADC annunciation select code (see next page) V-speed compare warning = 1 **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 Not 10 0 Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 0 No 1 1 No 2 left right 1 Not 1 Used

*SDI

**SSM 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Not 31 0 Oper 0 1 Test 1 Used

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Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) PFD (216/130) Primary Flight Display Diagnostic Word (Cont) ATTITUDE ANNUN SEL CODE (Bits 12 .11): 12 0 0 1 1 11 0 1 0 1 ATTITUDE ANNUN SEL CODE ATT 1 ATT 2 ATT 3 ATT 4 ADC ANNUN SEL CODE (Bits 28 .27): 28 0 0 1 1 27 0 1 0 1 ADC ANNUN SEL CODE ADC 1 ADC 2 ADC 3 Not used 79 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) PFD (350/072) Primary Flight Display Diagnostic Word 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *AFD mode *AFD mode L FMC bus fail (no activity) = 1 R FMC bus fail (no activity) = 1 T FMC bus fail (no activity) = 1 L DCP bus fail (no activity) = 1 R DCP bus fail (no activity) = 1 LDS bus fail (no activity) = 1 ECP bus no activity = 1 Cross-side PFD bus no activity = 1 Cross-side MFD bus no activity = 1 Onside AFD bus no activity = 1 WXR bus fail (no activity) = 1 GCAS bus fail (no activity) = 1 Spare Low-voltage power-supply overtemperature = 1 Maintenance fault = 1 Internal fault = 1 CPU/memory ROM fault report = 1 CPU/memory cycle slipping = 1 Low input power (power fail warn) = 1 **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 PFD 10 0 1 MFD 0 EICAS 1 Not 0 1 1 Used *AFD **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 Not 0 Not 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 Used 1 Used 1 Warn 80 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) PFD (351/305) Primary Flight Display Diagnostic Word 2 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *AFD mode *AFD mode L EDC bus fail (no activity) = 1 R EDC bus fail (no activity) = 1 T EDC bus fail (no activity) = 1 L AHC bus fail (no activity) = 1 R AHC bus fail (no activity) = 1 T AHC bus fail (no activity) = 1 L ADC bus fail (no activity) = 1 R ADC bus fail (no activity) = 1 T ADC bus fail (no activity) = 1 L DCU bus fail (no activity) = 1 R DCU bus fail (no activity) = 1 T DCU bus fail (no activity) = 1 L IOC bus fail (no activity) = 1 R IOC bus fail (no activity) = 1 CCP bus fail (no activity) = 1 TCAS bus fail (no activity) = 1 L VIR bus fail (no activity) = 1 R VIR bus fail (no activity) = 1 MDC bus fail (no activity) = 1 **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 PFD 10 0 1 MFD 0 EICAS 1 Not 0 1 1 Used *AFD **SSM 30 0 Normal 1 Not 0 Not 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 Used 1 Used 1 Warn 81 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) RALT (350/077) Radio Altimeter Diagnostic Word 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code Altimeter error = 1 RAM error = 1 ROM error = 1 Reserved Reserved Reserved 1 2 4 8 10 20 40 80 SEE NEXT PAGE (Bits 17-20 define the ones digit of the UUT internal fault code in BCD format) (Bits 21-24 define the tens digit of the UUT internal fault code in BCD format) Reserved Reserved Maintenance log full = 1 Maintenance log has data = 1 Reserved **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 10 0 Not Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 LRU 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 No 3 Left Right Center *SDI **SSM 30 0 31 0 Failure 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Normal Warn 0 1 Test 1 Oper 82 .

17): 00 01-19 20 21 22 23 24-28 29-32 33 34 35 36-38 39-48 49-52 53-61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68-79 No faults found Reserved ARINC 429 bus loopback mismatch ARINC 429 RX no data ARINC 429 RX parity error ARINC 429 TX not ready Altitude counter error Analog output buffer error Antenna RX and TX disconnected Antenna RX disconnected Antenna TX disconnected EEPROM error Modulator error State machine error Nonvolatile memory error Soft reset watchdog armed Strap AID complement Strap AID select invalid Strap analog format select invalid Strap modulation frequency complement Strap modulation frequency select invalid Power supply failure 83 .Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) RALT (350/077) Radar Altimeter Diagnostic Word (Cont) Fault Codes (Bits 24 .

The SSM should always be set to Normal Operations. 16. and 26 determines the status of the overall TCAS system. 14.Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) TCAS (350/054) Transmitter Receiver Diagnostic Word 9 (1) 10 (2) 11 (4) 12 (8) 13 (1) 14 (2) 15 (4) 16 (8) 17 (1) 18 (2) 19 (4) 20 (8) 21 (1) 22 (2) 23 (4) 24 (8) 25 (1) 26 (2) 27 (4) 28 (8) 29 (1) 30 (2) 31 (4) 32 (8) *SSM 0 0 TCAS computer unit failed = 1 Upper antenna failed = 1 Bottom antenna failed = 1 Inactive/fail from radio altimeter 1 = 1 Inactive/fail from radio altimeter 2 = 1 Inactive/fail from transponder 1 = 1 Inactive/fail from transponder 2 = 1 Inactive/fail attitude input bus = 1 Inactive/fail mag HDG input bus = 1 TCAS system fail = 1 Spare Spare TA display system 1 fail = 1 TA display system 2 fail = 1 RA display system 1 fail = 1 RA display system 2 fail = 1 Central fault display input inactive = 1 BITE inhibit (CMC function) = 1 Command word acknowledge = 1 *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Failure 31 0 Oper 0 1 Test 1 Warn Note: The status of bits 11. 13. 15. 12. 25. 84 . 17.

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) TDR (031/031) Beacon Code Word 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code Altitude reporting off = 1 0 Ident = 1 0 0 Transponder selected for use = 1 0 D1 reply code D2 reply code D4 reply code C1 reply code C2 reply code C4 reply code B1 reply code B2 reply code B4 reply code A1 reply code A2 reply code A4 reply code **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 10 0 Not Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 Not 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 Used left right *SDI **SSM 30 0 Failure 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Normal 31 0 Warn 0 Note 1 Test 1 Oper Note: No Computed Data (NCD) shows the TDR is in standby mode. 85 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) TDR (350/064) Transponder Diagnostic Word 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code TDR fail = 1 RAM error = 1 ROM error = 1 Control input bus (port B) failed = 1 Control input bus (port A) failed = 1 Burst tune input bus (port C) failed = 1 SEE NEXT THREE PAGES 1 (Bits 17-20 define the 2 ones digit of the UUT 4 internal fault code in 8 BCD format) 10 20 40 80 (Bits 21-24 define the tens digit of the UUT internal fault code in BCD format) Serial altitude bus (port A) failed = 1 Serial altitude bus (port B) failed = 1 Serial ADLP bus fail = 1 TTR-TX input bus failed = 1 0 **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 10 0 Not Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 Not 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 Used left right *SDI **SSM 30 0 31 0 Failure 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Normal Warn 0 Note 1 Test 1 Oper Note: No Computed Data (NCD) shows the TDR is in standby mode. 86 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) TDR (350/064) Transponder Diagnostic Word 1 (Cont) BCD FAULT CODES (Bits 24-17): 00 No faults found POWER SUPPLY DIAGNOSTICS: +5-V dc supply +70-V dc supply +35-V dc supply Low-voltage power supply XMTR/MODULATOR DIAGNOSTICS: Final stage over-current Top antenna low power output Bottom antenna low power output Transmitter over-temperature 11 12 13 14 21 22 23 24 SYNTHESIZER DIAGNOSTICS: 31 Lock detect 32 Low power detect RECEIVER/IF DIAGNOSTICS: Top receiver channel Bottom receiver channel Top DPSK demodulator Bottom DPSK demodulator 41 42 43 44 ROM DIAGNOSTICS: 51 High-byte ROM 52 Low-byte ROM 53 Both ROM chips RAM DIAGNOSTICS: High-byte RAM Low-byte RAM Both RAM chips Cache RAM 61 62 63 64 87 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) TDR (350/064) Transponder Diagnostic Word 1 (Cont) BCD FAULT CODES (Bits 24-17): 65 66 67 68 70 Cache RAM and high-byte RAM Cache RAM and low-byte RAM Cache RAM and both RAM chips Dual port RAM Non-volatile RAM SERIAL CONTROL DIAGNOSTICS: ARINC 429 control UART ARINC 429 control port A inactive ARINC 429 control port B inactive ARINC 429 control port C inactive CSDB control port A inactive SERIAL ALTITUDE DIAGNOSTICS: ARINC 429/575 altitude UART ARINC 429/575 altitude port A inactive ARINC 429/575 altitude port B inactive CSDB altitude port A inactive CSDB altitude port B inactive Not used ADLP COMMUNICATION DIAGNOSTICS: ADLP A/B UART ADLP A/B input ADLP C/D UART ADLP C/D input TCAS COMMUNICATION DIAGNOSTICS: TCAS UART TCAS system failure TCAS bus inactive TCAS protocol error 81 82 83 84 85 91 92 93 94 95 99 A1 A2 A3 A4 B1 B2 B3 B4 88 .

soft failure Top channel processor. hard failure CONFIGURATION DIAGNOSTICS: Mode-S discrete address changed TCAS selection changed Altitude units selection changed Max airspeed program selects changed Port selects changed SDI selects changed Single antenna selection changed ADLP selection changed Unacceptable mode-S address selected E1 E2 E3 E4 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 FF 89 . hard failure Bottom channel processor.Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) TDR (350/064) Transponder Diagnostic Word 1 (Cont) BCD FAULT CODES (Bits 24-17): SQUITTER DIAGNOSTICS: C1 Top channel squitter (TDR-94D only) C2 Bottom channel squitter (TDR-94D only) D0 Diversity (TDR-94D only) MESSAGE PROCESSOR DIAGNOSTICS: Top channel processor. soft failure Bottom channel processor.

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) VHF (350/074) COMM Transceiver 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code *SDI code Pad Pad Pad Pad Pad Pad 1 2 4 8 10 20 40 80 Pad Pad Pad Pad Pad **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 9 0 10 0 Not Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 1 LRU 0 No 1 1 No 2 1 No 3 left right SEE NEXT PAGE (Bits 17-20 define the ones digit of the UUT internal fault code in BCD format) (Bits 21-24 define the tens digit of the UUT internal fault code in BCD format) *SDI **SSM 30 0 31 0 Failure 1 NCD 0 Func 1 Normal Warn 0 1 Test 1 Oper 90 .

or no rcv station Not used Internal frequency invalid or no rcv station Frequency out of range or no rcv station Forward power low Transmitter temperature high Not used Not used Not used Tune volts fail at high frequency (test) Tune volts fail at low frequency (test) Oscillator output low (test) No signal AGC level high (test) Delta AGC fail with signal (test) Reflected power high Transmitter time-out or no rcv station 98 Failed input bus at port A 99 Failed input bus at port B 91 .Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) VHF (350/074) (Continued) BCD FAULT CODE (BITS 24-17) 00 No faults found 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 5-V dc level low (test) 5-V dc level high (test) 12-V dc level low (test) 12-V dc level high (test) Synthesizer out of lock Not used Noise squelch open w/o signal (test) Noise squelch closed with signal (test) Not used Not used Input label 030 absent or invalid SDI Invalid frequency received.

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) WXR (354/354) Weather Radar Diagnostic Word 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) (1) (2) (4) (8) *SDI code (of MFD) *SDI code (of MFD) Slaved mode = 1 Not used Not used TURB alert on = 1 Weather alert on = 1 Anti-clutter (GCS) on = 1 Sector scan reduced =1 Stabilization limits reached = 1 Fault code (see next page) Fault code (see next page) Fault code (see next page) Fault code (see next page) Fault code (see next page) Fault code (see next page) Fault code (see next page) Stabilization on = 1 Mode code (see next page) Mode code (see next page) Mode code (See next page) 0 0 Parity (odd) 9 0 Not 10 0 Used 1 LRU 0 LRU 0 No 1 1 No 2 left right MFD MFD 1 Not 1 Used *SDI 92 .

Diagnostic Word Bit Definitions (Cont) WXR (354/354) Weather Radar Diagnostic Word (Cont) FAULT CODE (Bits 25-19): 25 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 23 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 22 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 21 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 FAULT CODE No detected faults Xmtr/rcvr fault Antenna fault Control fault Attitude input fault Not used Control bus absent Not Used MODE CODE (Bits 29 .27): 29 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 28 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 27 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 MODE STBY Weather only GND MAP Turbulence (Reserved) Test TURB ONLY WX + TURB Target (Reserved) 93 .

Move cursor to the AIRCRAFT HISTORY line. 2. Show the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. The AIRCRAFT HISTORY page shows the FAULT HISTORY line and FLIGHT LEG SUMMARY line. Push the SELECT line select key. 3. Push the RETURN line select key to go back to the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. This page shows a list of history files that personnel can access. Move the cursor to the applicable history line and push the SELECT line select key. 94 .AIRCRAFT HISTORY Page 1.

3. 2. Show the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. This page is a report of the LRU fault entries that have shown on the CURRENT FAULTS page. 95 . status. Each LRU fault entry contains the ATA chapter and name of the LRU that was defective during the flight leg. The LRU fault entries come into view when a fault is diagnosed. The LRU entry also contains the time and date of failure.FAULT HISTORY Page 1. Move the cursor to the FAULT HISTORY line and push the SELECT line select key. and the fault message. Move the cursor to the AIRCRAFT HISTORY line and push the SELECT line select key.

The LRU field gives the name of the unit that was found defective. and DATE/TIME columns. The COMP-ID/LEG column is a list of the LRU component identifier and the flight leg during which the fault occurred. The ATA field gives the ATA chapter number of the unit. and the phase of flight when the fault occurred (ground. The DATE/TIME column is a list of the date and time the fault occurred. The STATUS and FAULT MESSAGE fields show the type of failure and required action as follows: FAILED . COMP-ID/LEG. information only. LRU OK/INFO . but usual maintenance (for example.The FAULT HISTORY page shows the ATA/LRU/STATUS/FAULT MESSAGE/PHASE. Push the RETURN line select key to go back to the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. Push the RETURN line select key to go back to the AIRCRAFT HISTORY page.The LRU is good.Do usual maintenance. 96 . The phase-of-flight line contains the intermittent count indication. OFF/NO OUTPUT . Move the cursor to the desired LRU and push the SELECT line select key to show the ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS page for that LRU.Test the LRU power. but you must look at the STATUS field before doing corrective action.No fault.Replace this LRU. changing a battery) will soon be required. or taxi). Each unit shown is a possible failure. OVERHEAT . DEFERRED MAINT . the flight number. air.Test the fan/cooling system. MAINTENANCE . Faults are shown first in ATA chapter number sequence and then in LRU name sequence.

Show the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. This display consists of pages that contain a maximum of 17 entries. 2. The FLIGHT LEG SUMMARY page gives a way to find maintenance related events that were recorded on a particular flight leg. 4. 5. Move the cursor to the FLIGHT LEG SUMMARY line. Push the SELECT line select key. 97 .FLIGHT LEG SUMMARY Page 1. 3. The most recent flight leg shows at the top of page 1. Move cursor to the AIRCRAFT HISTORY line. Push the SELECT line select key.

The LEG number column shows each flight leg number. The FAULT number column shows the total number of faults found for that flight leg. Push the RETURN line select key to go back to the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. The page numbers show in the upper right corner of the display. 98 . Refer to the REPORT DOWNLOAD line on the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. The FLIGHT LEG SUMMARY page contains the LEG number column and a FAULT number column. use the PREV or NEXT line select key to move between the pages. The Data Base Unit is used to download the FLIGHT LEG SUMMARY reports to a diskette. Push the RETURN line select key to go back to the AIRCRAFT HISTORY page.When there is more than one page.

The LRU entry also contains the time and date of failure. 3. Move the cursor to the desired flight leg and push the SELECT line select key. status. and the fault message. Show the FLIGHT LEG SUMMARY page. The FLIGHT LEG DETAIL page shows all the fault messages for the selected flight leg.FLIGHT LEG DETAIL Page 1. This page shows the applicable flight LEG number and a FAULT column that contains a list of faults associated with the listed flight leg. Each LRU fault entry contains the ATA chapter and name of the LRU that was defective during the flight leg. 2. 99 .

100 . Push the RETURN line select key to go back to the AIRCRAFT HISTORY page. Continue to push the RETURN line select key to show the MAINTENACE MAIN MENU page.Push the RETURN line select key to go back to the FLIGHT LEG SUMMARY page.

101 . Show the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. The FILTER field shows how to filter the ATA chapter list. The filter selection is ALL CHAPTERS. Move the cursor to the ATA INDEX line and push the SELECT line select key. 2. The ATA INDEX page shows a list of the ATA chapters for the LRUs on the aircraft.ATA INDEX Page 1. The ATA INDEX page has the FILTER field and the ATA chapter number and name columns.

102 . The LRUs show on the LRU INDEX page.The ATA chapter/name field shows the filtered ATA chapter list. Push the RETURN line select key to go back to the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. The nonreporting LRUs are indented on the index list. Push the SELECT line select key to view the LRUs that are in that chapter group. Move the cursor to the desired ATA chapter.

and the instruction field. Show the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. ATA chapter field. The LRU INDEX page has the FILTER field. 2. The LRU INDEX page shows a list of the LRUs on the airplane. Move the cursor to the LRU INDEX/OPERATIONS line and push the SELECT line select key. LRU name field.LRU INDEX/OPERATIONS Page 1. 103 .

The selection of the SHOW IN BINARY line shows the word label and 104 . The LRU OPERATIONS page has the ATA chapter. the SHOW IN HEXADECIMAL line. LRU name field. The LRU DIAGNOSTIC DATA fields show the diagnostic words for the LRU selection. The LRU OPERATIONS page shows when an LRU is selected from the LRU INDEX page. Push the RETURN line select key to go back to the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page.The FILTER field shows the personnel how the LRU list was filtered. The selection of the SHOW IN HEXADECIMAL line shows the hexadecimal format. and the six digit hexadecimal diagnostic word. The hexadecimal format shows the diagnostic word label. Push the TAB line select key to switch between the filter field and the LRU list. The LRUs that do not show data for a system are listed below the last LRU that shows data for that system. A maximum of ten diagnostic words can show. the source LRU NAME. The diagnostic word bits are not shown (dash lines) if the word is not received. and the instruction field. The LRU OPERATIONS page gives access to the LRU DIAGNOSTIC DATA. the LRU DIAGNOSTIC DATA. The SHOW IN HEXADECIMAL (or the SHOW IN BINARY) line is used to make the diagnostic words show in a hexadecimal or binary format. The possible filter selections are REPORTING LRUS. The LRU name field shows the filtered LRU list. LRUS BY ATA. and ALL LRUS ALPHABETICAL.

or a dash if no data is received). 0. The logic state of each bit shows on the DATA READER page (1. Push the RETURN line select key again to go back to the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. Push the RETURN line select key to go back to LRU INDEX page.bits 31 thru 9 from left to right. The DATA READER page shows the bit descriptions for the diagnostic word label. 105 . The selection of the diagnostic word label on the LRU OPERATIONS page causes the DATA READER page to show.

2. LOAD FILES FROM DISK line. Show the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. The MDC SETUP page has the SET AIRCRAFT IDENTIFICATION line. Move the cursor to the MDC SETUP line and push the SELECT line select key.MDC SETUP Page 1. 106 . and the FILE BROWSER line. and DELETE ALL CHECKLIST FILES lines. The MDC SETUP page also has SET FLIGHT LEG NUMBER. RESET FAULT HISTORY.

Push the SELECT line select key to delete the checklist files. Push the SELECT line select key to reset the fault history files. The flight leg number can be set by the operator when the MDC is first installed in the aircraft or at anytime later. (on initial power-up) it is initialized to zero. 2.The SET FLIGHT LEG NUMBER. and DELETE ALL CHECKLIST FILES lines are hidden-menu items. 5. The SET FLIGHT LEG NUMBER page allows the user to set or change the aircraft flight leg number. The operator enters the flight leg number in whole numbers in the range of 0 to 32767 (5 numeric characters maximum). the flight leg number resets to zero. RESET FAULT HISTORY. The RESET FAULT HISTORY page deletes the fault history files. The pass-code control sequence is entered on the MFD to show the hidden-menu items. 4. The DELETE ALL CHECKLIST FILES page allows the user to delete the checklist and user checklist files. If no flight leg number is present. 107 . The user is prompted: DO YOU WANT TO RESET THE DATA? Move the cursor to the YES line. Push the RETURN line select key again to go back to the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. PREV (right line select key 2) NEXT (right line select key 3) UP (left line select key 2) SELECT (left line select key 4) DOWN (left line select key 3). The pass-code sequence follows: 1. The user is prompted: DO YOU WANT TO RESET THE DATA? Move the cursor to the YES line. When the aircraft ID is changed. It is the responsibility of the operator to enter the correct flight leg number. 3.

Move the cursor to the SET AIRCRAFT IDENTIFICATION line and push the SELECT line select key. Show the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. 108 . 2. Move the cursor to the MDC SETUP line and push the SELECT line select key.SET AIRCRAFT IDENTIFICATION Page 1. The AIN is used for identification of data files. 3. This page allows the flight or maintenance crew to set the Aircraft Identification Number (AIN).

The SET AIRCRAFT IDENTIFICATION page has the CURRENT VALUE line. The CURRENT AIRCRAFT IDENT value is set to the NEW AIRCRAFT IDENT and the display shows the MDC SETUP page. Use the line select keys to move UP.The MDC stores the aircraft identification in nonvolatile memory. push the ACCEPT line select key to accept the data. The number. DOWN. If a default character or space (from CURRENT AIRCRAFT IDENT field) is shown. Move the amber highlight cursor to the first character in the NEW AIRCRAFT IDENT and then push the SELECT line select key to select that character. When the NEW AIRCRAFT IDENT field has been completed. then the character is highlighted in amber in the NEW AIRCRAFT IDENT field and the alphanumeric selection grid. and the alphanumeric selection grid. Push the RETURN line select key again to go back to the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. or RIGHT on the alphanumeric selection grid. If a character is not to change. If no value was given before. then the fields show no value. The NEW AIRCRAFT IDENT value is set to the CURRENT AIRCRAFT IDENT and the display shows the MDC SETUP page. Note: Do not use Dash characters. letter. use Space (SPC) characters. or space can be selected if highlighted in amber. push the SELECT line select key to choose the default character and move the cursor to the next character. LEFT. Instead. The cursor is put in the position that is below the first character in the NEW AIRCRAFT IDENT field. 109 . To cancel. The NEW AIRCRAFT IDENT value is set to the CURRENT AIRCRAFT IDENT. push the CANCEL line select key. the NEW AIRCRAFT IDENT line.

The selection of the FILE BROWSER line shows a list of table file names that include the date and file size. 2. Move the cursor to the MDC SETUP line. Push the SELECT line select key. 110 .LOAD FILES FROM DISK Page 1. 5. Show the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. The table files include the fault equation files for the MDC. 3. 4. Move the cursor to the LOAD FILES FROM. The page allows the flight or maintenance crew to upload table files from the Data Base Unit. Push the SELECT line select key.

diskettes.30 or later.New files from a disk are used as follows: • • To replace/update the files of an MDC. 720 kB formatted). The two types are high density (2 MB unformatted. writes. 111 . and USER CHECKLIST FILES ONLY line. The LOAD FILES FROM DISK page is used to make the selection of the type of files to install from the Data Base Unit. 1.44 MB formatted) and double density (1 MB unformatted. Push the RETURN line select key to go back to the MDC SETUP page.5 in. The MDC diagnostic fault logic is operated from a set of tables that are stored in the disk loadable files.44 MB format). To install files in an MDC that does not have files. and delete files stored on diskette. ALL CHECKLIST FILES line. Personnel can format the diskettes on IBM-compatible PCs with MS-DOS 3. Note: If a 2 MB diskette is formatted to the 720 kB format (or a 1 MB diskette is formatted to the 1. the Data Base Unit will not recognize the diskette as valid. • To install files in an MDC that has bad files. The LOAD FILES FROM DISK page has the DIAGNOSTIC TABLES line. The DIAGNOSTIC TABLES operation installs new maintenance tables and the MDC automatically erases all flight leg history in storage in the NVM (Nonvolatile Memory). reads. The Data Base Unit reads directories. The Data Base Unit disk drive operates with two types of 3. Push the RETURN line select key to go back to the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. or renames files. • To install files in an MDC that had an unsuccessful installation and does not have files.

FILTER field. VOLUME NAME field. The FILE BROWSER page shows the files that are loaded into the MDC and what files exist on a diskette in the DBU. UNUSED 112 . 4. CAPACITY field. 5. CHANGE FILTER line. Move the cursor to the MDC SETUP line. Push the SELECT line select key. Show the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. Push the SELECT line select key. The FILE BROWSER page contains the CHANGE DEVICE line. Move the cursor to the FILE BROWSER line.FILE BROWSER Page 1. 3. 2. DEVICE field.

113 . Push the RETURN line select key again to go back to the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. Push the RETURN line select key to go back to MDC SETUP page.field. and the FILENAME/DATE/SIZE columns.

the MDC VERSION INFORMATION page and the AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION DATA display. 114 .CONFIGURATION DATA Page 1. Move the cursor to the CONFIGURATION DATA line and push the SELECT line select key. 2. The CONFIGURATION DATA page gives access to the left and right CONFIGURATION STRAPPING DATA pages. Show the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page.

115 .The CONFIGURATION DATA page has the CSU DATA (LEFT) line. Push the RETURN line select key again to go back to the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. CSU DATA (RIGHT) line. and the MDC VERSION INFORMATION line.

Move the cursor to the CSU DATA line. 2. and the STRAP SETTINGS ON CSU (STRAPS 16-1) column.CONFIGURATION STRAPPING DATA Page 1. 3. 116 . The word LEFT or RIGHT shows below the page title to identify the left or right configuration strapping unit. Push the SELECT line select key to show the CONFIGURATION STRAPPING DATA page. Show the CONFIGURATION DATA page. The CONFIGURATION STRAPPING DATA page contains the WORD column.

The STRAP SETTINGS ON CSU column shows the bit pattern (16-1) related to the octal label 360 bits 24 thru 9. 117 . Each bit is shown on this page (1. or a dash if no data is received). The CONFIGURATION STRAPPING DATA page shows the bit configuration of the left and right configuration strapping units. 0. If a difference is detected. the strapping word that has the fault is highlighted in yellow. The DATA READER page has the definition of the bits for the label selection. The DATA READER page contains more data about the configuration strapping word.The WORD column shows the strapping words from WORD 00 thru WORD 15. The selection of a strapping word on the CONFIGURATION STRAPPING DATA page causes the DATA READER page to show. Push the RETURN line select key again to go back to the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. The display shows the flight or maintenance crew if there are strapping differences between the two strapping units. Push the RETURN line select key to go back to CONFIGURATION STRAPPING page.

Move the cursor to the MDC VERSION INFORMATION line. 118 .MDC VERSION INFORMATION Page 1. 3. 2. Show the CONFIGURATION DATA page. Push the SELECT line select key to show the MDC VERSION INFORMATION page.

data base date/time. maintenance table version ID. 119 . The version data identifies the software version. and aircraft type. This page shows version data about the MDC. Push the RETURN line select key again to go back to the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page.Selection of the MDC VERSION INFORMATION line on the CONFIGURATION DATA page shows the MDC VERSION INFORMATION page. Push the RETURN line select key to go back to CONFIGURATION STRAPPING page.

1 = right) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) 0 Func 1 Test 1 Not 1 Used *SSM: 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 31 0 Oper 0 120 . 1 = 128 wd/sec) CDU graphical weather (1 = enabled) Checklist (1 = enable) Spare (9) Spare (10) Spare (11) Spare (12) Spare (13) Spare (14) Spare (15) Spare (16) Data parity (odd) for bits 9 through 24 0 (LSB) 0 0 0 (MSB.CSU Word Bit Definitions CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 0 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Terrain installed (1 = present) GPS landing system (GLS) enabled = 1 3-D FMS map enabled = 1 Long range cruise enabled FDR data rate (0 = 64 wd/sec. sub-address field) Left/right source code (0 = left.

CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Cross-side NAV (0 = inhibit. 1 = cross-pointer) **Bearing pointer select code **Bearing pointer select code Spare Spare (9) GPS sole means NAV (0 = not cert.. 1 = allow) VNAV mode (0 = inhibit. 1 = allow) FD transfer (0 = inhibit. sub-address field) Left/right source code (0 = left. 1 = allow) FD display (0 = V-bar.) (10) AFIS (1 = present) (11) MLS 1 (1 = present) (12) MLS 2 (1 = present) (13) MCDU menu access (1 = enabled) (14) Alpha margin indicator (1 = enabled) (15) Low-speed cues (1 = enabled) (16) Data parity (odd) for bits 9 through 24 1 (LSB) 0 0 0 (MSB.13): **14 13 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 BEARING POINTER SELECT No bearing pointers One bearing pointer Two bearing pointers Not used 121 . 1 = cert. 1 = right) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) 0 Not 1 Used 1 Not 1 Used *SSM: 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 31 0 Oper 0 BEARING POINTER SELECT CODE (Bits 14 .

1 = right) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) 0 Not 1 Used 1 Not 1 Used *SSM: 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 31 0 Oper 0 122 .CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 2 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) MLS type code 0 CMA1 Bendix MLS type code 0 2000 0 ADF range (0 = ext. 0 = ADF-700) DME 1 (1 = present) DME 2 (1 = present) 17 (9) DME type (1 = DME-442. 1 = 190. 0 = Undefined) 0 (LSB) 1 0 0 (MSB. 1 = IRS) 19 (11) VIR 1 (1 = present) 20 (12) VIR 2 (1 = present) 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (13) VIR type (1 = VIR-432.0 kHz) ADF 1 (1 = present) ADF 2 (1 = present) ADF type (1 = ADF-462.0 . 0 = VOR/ILS-700) (14) TACAN 1 (1 = present) (15) TACAN 2 (1 = present) (16) TACAN type (1 = TCN-500. sub-address field) Left/right source code (0 = left. 0 = DME-700) 18 (10) EFD wind/GS/VS data source (0 = FMS/ADC.1799.

1 = right) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) 0 Not 1 Used 1 Not 1 Used *SSM: 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 31 0 Oper 0 123 .CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 3 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) HF 1 (1 = present) HF 2 (1 = present) HF type code (see next page) HF type code (see next page) VHF range code (see next page) VHF range code (see next page) VHF 1 (1 = present) VHF 2 (1 = present) (9) VHF 3 (1 = present) (10) VHF type (1 = VHF-422. sub-address field) Left/right source code (0 = left. 0 = VHF-700) (11) TDR 1 type code (see next page) (12) TDR 1 type code (see next page) (13) TDR 1 type code (see next page) (14) TDR 2 type code (see next page) (15) TDR 2 type code (see next page) (16) TDR 2 type code (see next page) 1 (LSB) 1 0 0 (MSB.

135.19): 21 24 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 20 23 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 19 22 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 TDR 1 TYPE TDR 2 TYPE None TDR-90/CAD-870 TDR-94 TDR-94D TPR-720 Spare Other 124 .11): 12 0 0 1 1 11 0 1 0 1 HF TYPE HF-9031 HF-9031A HF-1050 TBD VHF RANGE CODE (Bits 14 .975 MHz 118 .151.CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 3 (Cont) HF TYPE CODE (Bits 12 .975 MHz TDR TYPE CODE (Bits 24 .136.13): 14 0 0 1 1 13 0 1 0 1 VHF RANGE TBD 118 .975 MHz 118 .

sub-address field) Left/right source code (0 = left. 1 = right) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) 0 Not 1 Used 1 Not 1 Used *SSM: 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 31 0 Oper 0 125 .CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 4 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) FMS configuration (see next page) FMS configuration (see next page) FMS configuration (see next page) FMS type (0 = other. 1 = Collins) Reserved Reserved VLF 1 (1 = present) VLF 2 (1 = present) (9) GPS 1 type code (see next page) (10) GPS 1 type code (see next page) (11) GPS 2 type code (see next page) (12) GPS 2 type code (see next page) (13) GPS 1 (1 = present) (14) GPS 2 (1 = present) (15) CCP 1 (1 = present) (16) EFD altitude source (1 = ADC inertial altitude) 0 (LSB) 0 1 0 (MSB.

dual CDU Dual FMC. triple CDU Spare GPS TYPE CODE (Bits 20 .17): 18 20 0 0 1 1 17 19 0 1 0 1 GPS 1 TYPE GPS 2 TYPE GPS-4000 APR-4000 Other GPS position sensor Other GPS APPR sensor 126 .CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) 0) Configuration Strapping Word 4 (Cont) FMS CONFIGURATION CODE (Bits 11 . dual CDU Reserved TBD Triple FMC. single CDU Single left FMC.9): 11 10 9 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 FMS CONFIGURATION None Single left FMC.

1 = right) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) 0 Not 1 Used 1 Not 1 Used *SSM: 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 31 0 Oper 0 127 . sub-address field) Left/right source code (0 = left.CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 5 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) ATT/HDG 1 (1 = present) ATT/HDG 2 (1 = present) ATT/HDG 3 (1 = present) ATT/HDG 4 (1 = present) IRS type code (see next page) IRS type code (see next page) AHRS/IRS 1 AHRS/IRS (1 = IRS) AHRS/IRS 2 AHRS/IRS (1 = IRS) (9) AHRS/IRS 3 AHRS/IRS (1 = IRS) (10) AHRS/IRS 4 AHRS/IRS (1 = IRS) (11) External clock 1 (1 = present) (12) External clock 2 (1 = present) (13) AHRS type code (see next page) (14) AHRS type code (see next page) (15) ADC 1 (1 = present) (16) ADC 2 (1 = present) 1 (LSB) 0 1 0 (MSB.

CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 5 (Cont) IRS TYPE CODE (Bits 14 .21): 22 0 0 1 1 21 0 1 0 1 AHRS TYPE AHC-85X AHC-3000 TBD TBD 128 .13): 14 0 0 1 1 13 0 1 0 1 IRS TYPE Litton Alliance unit Litton RJ unit Honeywell TBD AHRS TYPE CODE (Bits 22 .

CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 6 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) WXP (0 = single. 1 = right) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) 0 Not 1 Used 1 Not 1 Used *SSM: 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 31 0 Oper 0 129 . sub-address field) Left/right source code (0 = left. 1 = dual) WX configuration code (see next page) WX configuration code (see next page) WX configuration code (see next page) Radio altimeter 1 (1 = present) Radio altimeter 2 (1 = present) Lightning detection system (1 = present) Radio altimeter type code (see next page) (9) Radio altimeter type code (see next page) (10) N1 reference (0 = display on CDU) (11) MDC (1 = present) (12) ADC 3 (1 = present) (13) TCAS pitch cue (1 = enabled) (14) TCAS configuration code (see next page) (15) TCAS configuration code (see next page) (16) TCAS configuration code (see next page) 0 (LSB) 1 1 0 (MSB.

22): 24 0 0 0 0 1 1 23 0 0 1 1 0 0 22 0 1 0 1 0 1 TCAS CONFIGURATION None TTR-920 Bendix TCAS II TCAS I (External control) TTR-4000 TCAS I (Internal control) 130 .10): 12 0 0 0 11 0 0 1 10 0 1 0 WX CONFIGURATION RTA-84X RTA-85X RTA-800 RAD ALT TYPE CODE (Bits 17 .CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 6 (Cont) WX CONFIGURATION CODE (Bits 12 .16): 17 0 0 1 1 16 0 1 0 1 RAD ALT TYPE ALT-55B ALT-4000 TBD TBD TCAS CONFIGURATION CODE (Bits 24 .

CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) DCP 1 (1 = present) DCP 2 (1 = present) PFD 1 (1 = present) PFD 2 (1 = present) MFD 1 (1 = present) MFD 2 (1 = present) MFD 3 (1 = present) LDU 1 (1 = present) (9) DBU (1 = present) (10) DEEC(1 = present) (11) EICAS DISPLAY 1 (1 = present) (12) EICAS DISPLAY 2 (1 = present) (13) EMS (1 = present) (14) Marker beacon antenna 1 (1 = present) (15) Marker beacon antenna 2 (1 = present) (16) MFD size (0 = 7×7. 1 = 7×6) 1 (LSB) 1 1 0 (MSB. 1 = right) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) 0 Not 1 Used 1 Not 1 Used *SSM: 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 31 0 Oper 0 131 . sub-address field) Left/right source code (0 = left.

9): FIELD I 16 15 14 13 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 FIELD II 12 11 10 9 X X X X 0 0 0 0 AIRCRAFT TYPE Not used Hawker 750/800XP **SSM: 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 31 0 Oper 0 0 Not 1 Used 1 Not 1 Used 132 .CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) *Aircraft type code II (LSB) (2) *Aircraft type code II (3) *Aircraft type code II (4) *Aircraft type code II (MSB) (5) *Aircraft type code I (LSB) (6) *Aircraft type code I (7) *Aircraft type code I (8) *Aircraft type code I (MSB) (9) TCAS overlay display (1 = enabled) (10) TCAS only display (1 = enabled) (11) Expanded LOC (1 = enabled) (12) Rising runway (1 = enabled) (13) HGS 1 (1 = present) (14) HGS 2 (1 = present) (15) PFD 1 HGS display (1 = active) (16) PFD 2 HGS display (1 = active) 0 (LSB) 0 0 1 (MSB. 1 = right) **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) *AIRCRAFT TYPE CODE (Bits 16 . sub-address field) Left/right source code (0 = left.

CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 9 9 (1) VHF 3. 0 = brick wall) 15 (7) DME frequency range (1 = 108. 0 = all) 14 (6) RTU cross-side tuning (1 = full. 0 = gen av) 18 (10) Marker beacon sensitivity selection (1 = internal. 0 = HSI) 20 (12) RTU independent DME tuning (1 = enabled) 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (13) DCP 5 nmi range (1 = enabled) (14) DCP 600 nmi range (1 = enabled) (15) Left RTU CDI (1 = enabled) (16) Right RTU CDI (1 = enabled) 1 (LSB) 0 0 1 (MSB. sub-address field) Left/right source code (0 = left. 1 = right) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) 0 Not 1 Used 1 Not 1 Used *SSM: 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 31 0 Oper 0 133 . AUX VHF LOCATION (1 = R VHF3/L AUX VHF.117. 0 = external RTU select) 19 (11) RTU HSI/CDI select (1 = CDI.00 . 0 = extended) 16 (8) ACARS installed (1 = present) 17 (9) Display ranges (1 = transport. 0 = L VHF3/R AUX VHF) 10 (2) Auxiliary VHF (1 = present) 11 (3) Left MFD automatic TA pop-up 12 (4) Right MFD automatic TA pop-up 13 (5) HF channel (1 = ITU disable.95 MHz.

CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 10 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 *22 0 0 1 1 (1) FMS sync/independent select enable (0 = fixed. sub-address field) Left/right source code (0 = left. 1 = right) **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd) 21 0 1 0 1 FMS ICAO HOLD SPEED Category A Category B Category C Not used **SSM: 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 31 0 Oper 0 0 Not 1 Used 1 Not 1 Used 134 . 1 = ICAO hold) (12) FMS FAA hold speed (0 = FAA prop. 1 = page selectable) (2) FMS sync/independent default (0 = sync. 1 = FAA jet) (13) *FMS ICAO hold speed code (14) *FMS ICAO hold speed code (15) FMS magnetic/true select enable (16) FMS VHF 3 CDU access enable 0 (LSB) 1 0 1 (MSB. 1 = external) (7) FMS gate entry select (1 = enable) (8) FMS flight number entry disable (9) FMS MFD text windows disable (10) FMS hold speed select enable (11) FMS hold speed default (0 = FAA hold. 1 = kg) (6) FMS IRS-ATT heading entry location (0 = page selectable. 1 = independent) (3) FMS lbs/kg units select enable (4) Temperature compensation (1 = enable) (5) FMS units defaults (0 = lbs.

CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 11 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) FDR (1 = present) GPWS (1 = present) MCDU port 4 device (see next page) MCDU port 4 device (see next page) MCDU port 5 device (see next page) MCDU port 5 device (see next page) Aircraft type variation (spare) Aircraft type variation (spare) (9) Aircraft type variation (spare) (10) Aircraft type variation (spare) (11) Aircraft type variation (spare) (12) FMS aircraft performance configuration (LSB) (see next page) 21 (13) FMS aircraft performance configuration (see next page) 22 (14) FMS aircraft performance configuration (see next page) 23 (15) FMS aircraft performance configuration (see next page) 24 (16) FMS aircraft performance configuration (MSB) (see next page) 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 1 (LSB) 1 0 1 (MSB. 1 = right) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) 0 Not 1 Used 1 Not 1 Used *SSM: 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 31 0 Oper 0 135 . sub-address field) Left/right source code (0 = left.

CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 11 (Cont) MCDU PORT CODE (Bits 14 .20): 24 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Thru 1 1 22 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 21 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 20 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 PERF CONFIG No performance Test Obsolete Obsolete 800XP Basic Spare Spare 136 .11): 12 0 0 1 1 14 0 0 1 1 11 0 1 0 1 13 0 1 0 1 MCDU PORT 4 None SATCOM Spare Spare MCDU PORT 5 None Spare Spare Spare FMS AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE CONFIGURATION CODE (Bits 24 .

CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 12 9 (1) RTU Non-Threat TCAS traffic select (1 = disabled) 10 (2) RTU TCAS control sync (1= independent) 11 (3) RTU TCAS absolute/relative select (1 = disabled) 12 (4) RTU TCAS above/below select (1 = disabled) 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (5) (6) (7) (8) RTU TCAS range code (see next page) RTU TCAS range code (see next page) RTU TCAS range code (see next page) RTU echo error display (1 = color) (9) RTU ATC select (1 = internal) (10) RTU remote tune inhibit (1 = internal) (11) RTU timeout code (see next page) (12) RTU timeout code (see next page) (13) VHF 8.33-kHz channel separation (1 = active) (14) Transponder flight ID (1 = active) (15) RTU type code (see next page) (16) RTU type code (see next page) 0 (LSB) 0 1 1 (MSB. sub-address field) Left/right source code (0 = left. 1 = right) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) 0 Not 1 Used 1 Not 1 Used *SSM: 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 31 0 Oper 0 137 .

CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 12 (Cont)
RTU TCAS RANGE CODE (Bits 15 - 13): 15 0 0 0 0 1 14 0 0 1 1 0 13 0 1 0 1 0 RTU TCAS RANGE Control disabled 6/12/20/40 nmi 5/10/20/40 nmi 6/12 nmi 3/5/10/20/40 nmi

RTU TIMEOUT CODE (Bits 20 - 19): 20 0 0 1 1 19 0 1 0 1 RTU TIMEOUT Page and window Page only Spare Function disabled

RTU TYPE CODE (Bits 24 - 23): 24 0 0 1 1 23 0 1 0 1 RTU TYPE RTU-40XX RTU-42XX Not used Not used

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CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 13
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) CDU radio tuning (0 = through FMC, 1 = direct) (2) CDU engine display (1 = allow display) (3) CDU GPS position (1 = allow display) (4) Installed VORs as ILS only (1 = ILS only) (5) GPS 3 (1 = present) (6) *GPS 3 type code (7) *GPS 3 type code (8) L RTU: Display IRS INIT (1 = display) (9) R RTU: Display IRS INIT (1 = display) (10) Terrain peaks mode (1 = enabled) (11) Left MFD automatic terrain pop up (1 = auto) (12) Right MFD automatic terrain pop up (1 = auto) (13) VHF 3 voice/data switch (1 = enable switch, 0 = no switch) (14) FSU left present = 1 (15) FSU right present = 1 (16) PFD frequency display (0 = on, 1 = off) 1 (LSB) 0 1 1 (MSB, sub-address field) Left/right source code (0 = left, 1 = right) **SSM code **SSM code Parity (odd)

*GPS TYPE CODE (Bits 15 - 14): 15 0 0 1 1 14 0 1 0 1 GPS 3 TYPE GPS-4000 APR-4000 Other GPS position sensor Other GPS APPR sensor

**SSM: 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 31 0 Oper 0

0 Not 1 Used

1 Not 1 Used

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CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 14
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Spare Spare Spare Spare Spare Spare Spare Spare

(9) Spare (10) Spare (11) Spare (12) Spare (13) Spare (14) Spare (15) Spare (16) Spare 0 (LSB) 1 1 1 (MSB, sub-address field) Left/right source code (0 = left, 1 = right) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) 0 Not 1 Used 1 Not 1 Used

*SSM: 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 31 0 Oper 0

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sub-address field) Left/right source code (0 = left. 1 = right) *SSM code *SSM code Parity (odd) 0 Not 1 Used 1 Not 1 Used *SSM: 30 0 Normal 1 NCD 31 0 Oper 0 141 . 1 = PFD) 19 (11) Spare 20 (12) Spare 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (13) Spare (14) Spare (15) Spare (16) Spare 1 (LSB) 1 1 1 (MSB.CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 15 9 (1) FMS V-speed data base type (LSB) (see next page) 10 (2) FMS V-speed data base type (see next page) 11 (3) FMS V-speed data base type (see next page) 12 (4) FMS V-speed data base type (MSB) (see next page) 13 14 15 16 (5) (6) (7) (8) TAWS type code (LSB) (see next page) TAWS type code (see next page) TAWS type code (MSB) (see next page) RIU/CMU 1 Data Link (reserved) (1 = present) 17 (9) RIU/CMU 2 Data Link (reserved) 18 (10) Reserved: Automatic TA/TERR Pop-Up Display Select (0 = MFD.

CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) CSU (360) Configuration Strapping Word 15 (Cont) FMS V-SPEED DB TYPE CODE (Bits 12 .13): 15 14 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 Thru 1 1 13 0 1 0 1 0 1 TAWS TYPE Honeywell TAWS (with windshear) Honeywell TAWS (without windshear) Universal TAWS (with windshear) Universal TAWS (without windshear) Reserved Reserved 142 .9): 12 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 Thru 1 1 10 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 9 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 FMS V-SPEED DATA BASE TYPE No V-speed data base Test Obsolete Obsolete 900XP Basic 800XP V2 (Flaps Up Update) 800XP V3 (VGR Constant Change) Spare Spare TAWS TYPE CODE (Bits 15 .

The FCS strapping word can be viewed on the FCS DIAGNOSTICS INPUT MODE page. The Flight Guidance Computer reads the FCS strapping word. FCS DIAGNOSTICS INPUT MODE: STPCFG AIRPLANE TYPE Uncertified Hawker 750 XP Hawker 900 XP LEFT FGC 80 97 97 RIGHT FGC 00 17 17 The ATC (Automatic Trim Coupler) straps are not used on the Raytheon Hawker 750 and 900XP airplanes. The parameter STPCFG (Strap Configuration) shows the FCS strapping word in hexadecimal format.CSU Word Bit Definitions (Cont) FCS and ATC Configuration Strapping Words The FCS and ATC DIP switch logic 0 (switch down) and 1 (switch up) is opposite of the logic for strapping words 0 through 15. FCS Strapping Word (Bits 1 . Bits 8 through 5 set the tens digit and bits 4 through 1 set the ones digit.8): 1 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 3 0 1 1 4 0 0 0 5 0 1 1 6 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 8 X X X AIRPLANE TYPE Uncertified Hawker 750XP Hawker 900XP Bit 8 is hard-strapped in the IAPS Card Cage to logic 1 for left (pilot) side or logic 0 for right (copilot) side. 143 .

144 . 3.REPORT DOWNLOAD Page 1. Show the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. 2. Move cursor to REPORT DOWNLOAD line and push the SELECT line select key. Move cursor to the desired FILE TYPE line and push the SELECT line select key.

The following reports are available for download from the MDC. • • • • • • CURRENT FAULTS FAULT HISTORY FLIGHT LEG SUMMARY CONFIGURATION DATA CURRENT ARINC DATA ALL REPORTS. 145 .Use the REPORT DOWNLOAD page to download the MDC report files to a diskette in the Data Base Unit. Push the RETURN line select key again to go back to the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page.

CURRENT LEG. 146 . 3.DOWNLOAD FAULT HISTORY Page 1. and RANGE fields with information associated with the download. Move cursor to the desired FILE TYPE line and push the SELECT line select key. DATE. DEVICE. The CHANGE RANGE field allows for the selection of range information to download. 2. This page shows TIME. Show the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page. Move cursor to REPORT DOWNLOAD line and push the SELECT line select key.

Use the UP or DOWN line select key to move the cursor to the SEND line. 147 . Push the SELECT line select key to transfer information to the DBU. Push the RETURN line select key to go back to REPORT DOWNLOAD page. Push the RETURN line select key again to go back to the MAINTENANCE MAIN MENU page.

Use these diagnostics if an autopilot or flight director problem is suspected. The OUTPUT MODE shows and controls selected outputs from the FGC Flight Guidance Computers. When investigating an FGC problem. and STEER codes before power shutdown.FCS DIAGNOSTICS Pages The FCS DIAGNOSTICS pages provide a means to isolate faults within the flight control system. If the MDC fault memory is not full when FGC codes are sent. the data is not stored. AP DIS. all accumulated data is lost. AP ENG. Certain FGC diagnostic codes are sent to the MDC computer and may be stored in the MDC nonvolatile fault memory. The FGCs DO NOT store the diagnostic codes in nonvolatile memory. These codes show in the Report Mode. 148 . this data is recorded in memory. Record all six digits of each non-zero code. The FCS DIAGNOSTICS consist of three basic modes: The REPORT MODE shows selected internal FCS monitor information. write down all nonzero REPAIR. YD DIS. The information is now retained after power down. The information shows on the AIRCRAFT HISTORY page as FGC (350 and 351) diagnostic words. If the MDC fault memory is full when the FGC codes are sent. YD ENG. AP ENG. YD DIS. YD ENG. and BOOST code fault data to the MDC. The FCS DIAGNOSTICS are controlled by the Flight Guidance Computers (FGC). AP DIS. The FGCs begin recording data at power up and retain this data only while power remains on. The FGC outputs the REPAIR. When the airplane is powered down. The INPUT MODE shows selected inputs to the FGC Flight Guidance Computers.

push the MENU button on the CCP. to access the FCS DIAGNOSTICS page. 5. A blue arrow on the FCS DIAGNOSTICS page points to the (left or right) FGC that controls the MFD display. How to exit FCS DIAGNOSTICS: 1. and then back to the REPORT MODE display. Push the PUSH SELECT button on the CCP. 2. 4.How to enter FCS DIAGNOSTICS: 1. push the STAT button to show the last displayed STATUS format. 3. If the last displayed STATUS format is not FCS DIAGNOSTICS. OUTPUT MODE. 6. Push and hold the MOVE CURSOR line select key (on MFD) to change the FGC source of display data. On the Cursor Control Panel (CCP). Turn the MENU ADV Data knob to highlight the FCS DIAGNOSTICS. 149 . Status Menu shows on the MFD. The REPORT MODE shows on the FCS DIAGNOSTICS page. Push the STAT button on the CCP to return to the navigation display. Push the NEXT MODE line select key to change the display to the INPUT MODE.

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2. 4. once again to display the OUTPUT MODE. Use the SCROLL UP or SCROLL DOWN line select keys to change the parameter on the line with the cursor. Push the NEXT MODE line select key once to change the MFD display to the INPUT MODE. STATUS MENU shows on the MFD. To access the FCS DIAGNOSTICS page. To highlight the FCS DIAGNOSTICS. Use the MFD line select keys to select the REPORT MODE operations. On the Cursor Control Panel (CCP) push the STAT button to show the last displayed STATUS format. Five selectable parameters show LEFT FGC and RIGHT FGC data. 3.REPORT MODE Page 1. 151 . and once again to return to the REPORT MODE page. This page reports the status of internal monitors in the FGC computers. The REPORT MODE shows on the FCS DIAGNOSTICS page. If the last displayed STATUS format is not FCS DIAGNOSTICS. push the PUSH SELECT button on the CCP. 5. push the MENU button on the CCP. turn the MENU ADV DATA knob. Push the LEFT SUMMARY or RIGHT SUMMARY line select keys to show a summary explanation of left or right codes of the cursor line.

The summary screens are dynamic displays that 152 . Parameter names that denote errors show the total number of errors that have occurred since power-up. Parameters that denote codes are given below. If any code is non-zero.RECORD ALL NON-ZERO CODES BEFORE POWER SHUTDOWN A Report Mode Parameter List is provided that gives each parameter available for display. use the LEFT SUMMARY or RIGHT SUMMARY line select keys to show a left or right summary screen to interpret that code.

If there is more than one problem. This publication also provides tables to interpret these codes. The code names all the conditions that currently prevent the AP engage. AP ENG CODE explains why the autopilot does not engage. solve the highest priority first. If the code is 000000. related problems may also go out of view.show code explanations in order of priority (top line is highest priority). no faults have been detected. 153 . REPAIR CODE is an error summary of events that occurred after power up.

This code latches to identify the cause of the last YD disengage. Report Mode Parameter List NAME AHRS BUSERR AMP-P ERRORS AMP-R ERRORS AMP-Y ERRORS *AP DIS CODE = *AP ENG CODE = AP MON ERRORS BOOST CODE = BOOST BLDERR BOOST N1 ERR BOOST REQERR CMD-P ERRORS CMD-R ERRORS CROSS BUSERR CUT-P HARDW CUT-P OCCUR CUT-R HARDW CUT-R OCCUR DESCRIPTION Number of attitude heading computer AHC-1 bus errors Number of pitch servo amplifier errors Number of roll servo amplifier errors Number of yaw servo amplifier errors Cause of abnormal AP disengage Reason AP does not engage Number of AP monitor hardware errors Cause of rudder boost fail annunciation Number of rudder boost bleed-air sensor data errors/invalidity Number of rudder boost N1 sensor data errors /invalidity Number of rudder boost request errors Number of pitch servo command errors Number of roll servo command errors Number of cross-channel (FGC-3) bus errors Number of pitch cutout hardware errors Number of pitch cutout occurrences (while engaged) Number of roll cutout hardware errors Number of roll cutout occurrences (while engaged) 154 . BOOST CODE explains why a rudder boost failure was detected. This code names all conditions that are currently causing the flight director to fail. This code latches to identify the cause of the last AP disengage. The code names all the conditions that are currently causing the rudder boost to fail. STEER CODE explains why Flight Director (FD) fail is annunciated on the PFD. This code names all conditions that currently prevent the YD engage. YD ENG CODE explains why the yaw damper does not engage. YD DIS CODE explains why the yaw damper disengaged itself.AP DIS CODE explains why the autopilot disengaged itself.

roll Number of wraparound errors.Report Mode Parameter List (Cont) NAME CUT-Y HARDW CUT-Y OCCUR DMA ERRORS EQZN-P ERRORS EQZN-R ERRORS EQZN-Y ERRORS ID NUMBER IO RESETS IOC-A BUSERR IOC-B BUSERR IO DMA ERRORS IO RAM ERRORS IO ROM ERRORS MAIN RESETS MATH ERRORS PANEL BUSERR PART-I HW ERR PART-I SW ERR PART-M HW ERR PART-M SW ERR RAM ERRORS *REPAIR CODE = ROM ERRORS STEER CODE = TICKLE HW ERR TRIM-M ERRORS TRIM-P ERRORS WRAP-C ERRORS WRAP-P ERRORS WRAP-R ERRORS WRAP-Y ERRORS *YD DIS CODE = *YD ENG CODE = YD MON ERRORS DESCRIPTION Number of yaw cutout hardware errors Number of yaw cutout occur (while engaged) Number of main processor DMA RAM errors Number of pitch equalization errors Number of roll equalization errors Number of yaw equalization errors Software identification number Number of automatic resets of I/O processor Number of A-IOC-3 bus errors Number of B-IOC-3 bus errors (not used in this system) Number of I/O processor DMA RAM errors Number of I/O processor RAM errors Number of I/O processor ROM errors Number of automatic resets of main processor Number of main processor computation errors Number of FGP serial bus errors Number of partitioning (I/O address space) hardware errors Number of partitioning (I/O address space) software errors Number of partitioning (memory address space) hardware errors Number of partitioning (memory address space) software errors Number of main processor RAM errors Diagnostic summary Number of main processor ROM errors Cause of steering flag Number of watchdog (tickle) circuit errors Number of mach trim system errors Number of trim system errors. cross-channel Number of wraparound errors. pitch Number of wraparound errors. yaw Cause of abnormal yaw damper disengage Reason yaw damper does not engage Number of yaw damper monitor hardware errors *Report Mode Display. 155 . pitch Number of wraparound errors. initially defaults to these items.

and MONHDW faults. Report Mode Monitors table gives terms and lists suspect LRUs. AHRS.REPAIR CODE (Diagnostic Summary) CODE VALUE 0 1 2 3 DIGIT 1 DIGIT 2 DIGIT 3 DIGIT 4 DIGIT 5 DIGIT 6 — BOOST TRIM BOOST TRIM SVO-AP BOOST SVO-AP TRIM SVO-AP BOOST TRIM SVO-AP — BOOST — TRIM — BOOST TRIM — SVO-AP — BOOST SVO-AP — TRIM SVO-AP — BOOST TRIM SVO-AP — — PROHDW CUT-YH PROHDW CUT-YH CUT-AH PROHDW CUT-AH CUT-YH CUT-AH PROHDW CUT-YH CUT-AH CUT-O PROHDW CUT-O CUT-YH CUT-O PROHDW CUT-YH CUT-O CUT-AH CUT-O PROHDW CUT-AH CUT-O CUT-YH CUT-AH CUT-O PROHDW CUT-YH CUT-AH CUT-O — CROSS IOC-AB CROSS IOC-AB DISCKT CROSS DISCKT IOC-AB DISCKT CROSS IOC-AB DISCKT SVO-YD CROSS SVO-YD IOC-AB SVO-YD CROSS IOC-AB SVO-YD DISCKT SVO-YD CROSS DISCKT SVO-YD IOC-AB DISCKT SVO-YD CROSS IOC-AB DISCKT SVO-YD — SW VIO WRPANA SW VIO WRPANA AHRS SW VIO AHRS WRPANA AHRS SW VIO WRPANA AHRS MONHDW SW VIO MONHDW WRPANA MONHDW SW VIO WRPANA MONHDW AHRS MONHDW SW VIO AHRS MONHDW WRPANA AHRS MONHDW SW VIO WRPANA AHRS MONHDW — CMD-AP CPU CMD-AP CPU POSMON CMD-AP POSMON — IO CPU MEMORY IO CPU MEMORY EQU-YD IO CPU EQU-YD 4 5 6 CPU MEMORY POSMON EQU-YD CMD-AP IO CPU CPU MEMORY POSMON EQU-YD EQU-AP CMD-AP EQU-AP CPU EQU-AP CMD-AP CPU EQU-AP POSMON EQU-AP CMD-AP POSMON EQU-AP PANEL IO CPU PANEL MEMORY PANEL IO CPU MEMORY PANEL EQU-YD PANEL IO CPU EQU-YD PANEL 7 8 9 A B C D E CPU MEMORY POSMON EQU-YD EQU-AP PANEL CMD-AP IO CPU CPU MEMORY POSMON EQU-YD EQU-AP PANEL F EXAMPLE: 002C00 means IOC-AB. 156 .

If AP DIS code =000000 and AP disengages. 157 . test switch wiring to FGP and investigate REPAIR code.AP DIS CODE (Latched Cause of AP Disengage) CODE VALUE 0 1 2 3 DIGIT 1 DIGIT 2 DIGIT 3 DIGIT 4 DIGIT 5 DIGIT 6 — — RATMON — RATMON SVO-P — SVO-P RATMON SVO-P — RATMON SVO-P — — — RATMON — — RATMON — SVO-P — — SVO-P — RATMON SVO-P — — RATMON SVO-P — — PROHDW DISAUX PROHDW DISAUX EQU-P PROHDW EQU-P DISAUX EQU-P PROHDW DISAUX EQU-P EQU-R PROHDW EQU-R DISAUX EQU-R PROHDW DISAUX EQU-R EQU-P EQU-R PROHDW EQU-P EQU-R DISAUX EQU-P EQU-R PROHDW DISAUX EQU-P EQU-R — CROSS IOC CROSS IOC — CROSS — IOC — CROSS IOC — — CROSS — IOC — CROSS IOC — — — CROSS — — IOC — — CROSS IOC — — — WRP-AP — WRP-AP — YD BAD WRP-AP YD BAD — YD BAD WRP-AP — YD BAD SVO-R WRP-AP SVO-R — SVO—R WRP-AP — SVO-R YD BAD SVO-R WRP-AP YD BAD SVO-R — YD BAD SVO-R WRP-AP — YD BAD SVO-R — CMD-AP — CMD-AP — IO ATT CMD-AP IO ATT — IO ATT CMD-AP — IO ATT ACCMON CMD-AP ACCMON — ACCMON CMD-AP — ACCMON IO ATT ACCMON CMD-AP IO ATT ACCMON — IO ATT ACCMON CMD-AP — IO ATT ACCMON — ATTMON MEMORY ATTMON MEMORY — ATTMON — MEMORY — ATTMON MEMORY — PANEL ATTMON PANEL MEMORY PANEL ATTMON MEMORY PANEL — PANEL ATTMON — PANEL MEMORY — PANEL ATTMON MEMORY — PANEL 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F EXAMPLE: 002000 means an IOC caused the autopilot disengage.

but AP does not engage. If AP ENG ode = 000000.AP ENG CODE (Reasons AP Does Not Engage) CODE VALUE 0 1 2 3 DIGIT 1 DIGIT 2 DIGIT 3 DIGIT 4 DIGIT 5 DIGIT 6 — CUT-YO RATMON — PROHDW DISCMD — CROSS IOC CROSS IOC ID NUM CROSS ID NUM IOC ID NUM CROSS IOC ID NUM CUT-PH CROSS CUT-PH IOC CUT-PH CROSS IOC CUT-PH ID NUM CUT-PH CROSS ID NUM CUT-PH IOC ID NUM CUT-PH CROSS IOC ID NUM CUT-PH — WRP-AP TRMANN WRP-AP TRMANN YD BAD WRP-AP YD BAD TRMANN YD BAD WRP-AP TRMANN YD BAD MON-AP WRP-AP MON-AP — CMD-AP CUT-RH CMD-AP CUT-RH IO ATT CMD-AP IO ATT CUT-RH IO ATT CMD-AP CUT-RH IO ATT ACCMON CMD-AP ACCMON — ATTMON MEMORY ATTMON MEMORY STRP-E ATTMON STRP-E MEMORY STRP-E ATTMON MEMORY STRP-E PANEL ATTMON PANEL CUT-YO PROHDW RATMON DISCMD SVO-AP CUT-YO SVO-AP RATMON SVO-AP CUT-PO PROHDW CUT-PO DISCMD CUT-PO 4 5 6 7 CUT-YO PROHDW RATMON DISCMD SVO-AP CUT-PO — CUT-YO — RATMON — CUT-RO PROHDW CUT-RO DISCMD CUT-RO 8 9 A TRMANN CUT-RH MEMORY MON-AP ACCMON PANEL WRP-AP CMD-AP ATTMON TRMANN CUT-RH MEMORY MON-AP ACCMON PANEL YD BAD MON-AP WRP-AP YD BAD MON-AP IO ATT ACCMON CMD-AP IO ATT ACCMON STRP-E PANEL ATTMON STRP-E PANEL B CUT-YO PROHDW RATMON DISCMD — CUT-RO SVO-AP — CUT-YO SVO-AP — RATMON SVO-AP — CUT-PO CUT-RO PROHDW CUT-PO CUT-RO DISCMD CUT-PO CUT-RO C D E TRMANN CUT-RH MEMORY YD BAD IO ATT STRP-E MON-AP ACCMON PANEL WRP-AP CMD-AP ATTMON TRMANN CUT-RH MEMORY YD BAD IO ATT STRP-E MON-AP ACCMON PANEL F CUT-YO PROHDW RATMON DISCMD SVO-AP CUT-PO — CUT-RO EXAMPLE: 200081 means RATMON. ACCMON. and ATTMON faults. test switch wiring to FGP. 158 .

If YD DIS code = 000000 and YD disengages. test switch wiring to FGP and investigate the REPAIR code 159 .YD DIS CODE (Latched Cause of YD Disengage) CODE VALUE 0 1 2 3 DIGIT 1 DIGIT 2 DIGIT 3 DIGIT 4 DIGIT 5 DIGIT 6 — EQU-Y RATMON — PROHDW DISAUX — CROSS IOC CROSS IOC — CROSS — IOC — CROSS IOC — SVO-YD CROSS SVO-YD IOC SVO-YD CROSS IOC SVO-YD — SVO-YD CROSS — SVO-YD IOC — SVO-YD CROSS IOC — SVO-YD — — WRP-Y — WRP-Y — — — WRP-Y — — WRP-Y — — — — WRP-Y — — WRP-Y — — — — — — WRP-Y — — — WRP-Y — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — LATACC — LATACC — LATACC — — LATACC — LATACC — — LATACC — — LATACC — — — LATACC — — MEMORY — MEMORY — — — MEMORY — — MEMORY — PANEL — PANEL MEMORY PANEL — MEMORY PANEL — PANEL — — PANEL MEMORY — PANEL — MEMORY — PANEL EQU-Y PROHDW RATMON DISAUX — EQU-Y — RATMON — — PROHDW — DISAUX — 4 5 6 7 EQU-Y PROHDW RATMON DISAUX — — — EQU-Y — RATMON — — PROHDW — DISAUX — 8 9 A B EQU-Y PROHDW RATMON DISAUX — — — — EQU-Y — — RATMON — — — — PROHDW — — DISAUX — — C D E F EQU-Y PROHDW RATMON DISAUX — — — — EXAMPLE: 000080 means a LATACC fault caused the disengage.

YD ENG CODE (Reasons YD Does Not Engage) CODE VALUE 0 1 2 3 DIGIT 1 DIGIT 2 DIGIT 3 DIGIT 4 DIGIT 5 DIGIT 6 — CUT-YO RATMON — PROHDW DISCMD — CROSS IOC CROSS IOC ID NUM CROSS ID NUM IOC ID NUM CROSS IOC ID NUM SVO-YD CROSS SVO-YD IOC SVO-YD CROSS IOC SVO-YD ID NUM SVO-YD CROSS ID NUM SVO-YD IOC ID NUM SVO-YD CROSS IOC ID NUM SVO-YD — — WRP-Y — WRP-Y — — — WRP-Y — — WRP-Y — MON-YD — MON-YD WRP-Y MON-YD — WRP-Y MON-YD — MON-YD — — MON-YD WRP-Y — MON-YD — WRP-Y — MON-YD — — — — — — — — — — — — — LATACC — LATACC — LATACC — — LATACC — LATACC — — LATACC — — LATACC — — — LATACC — — MEMORY — MEMORY STRP-E — STRP-E MEMORY STRP-E — MEMORY STRP-E PANEL — PANEL MEMORY PANEL — MEMORY PANEL STRP-E PANEL — STRP-E PANEL MEMORY STRP-E PANEL — MEMORY STRP-E PANEL CUT-YO PROHDW RATMON DISCMD CUT-YH CUT-YO CUT-YH RATMON CUT-YH — PROHDW — DISCMD — 4 5 6 7 CUT-YO PROHDW RATMON DISCMD CUT-YH — — CUT-YO — RATMON — — PROHDW — DISCMD — 8 9 A B CUT-YO PROHDW RATMON DISCMD — — CUT-YH — CUT-YO CUT-YH — RATMON CUT-YH — — — PROHDW — — DISCMD — — C D E F CUT-YO PROHDW RATMON DISCMD CUT-YH — — — EXAMPLE: 00000A means MEMORY and PANEL faults. If YD ENG code = 000000. Note that engagement is inhibited when coupled to diagnostics. 160 . but YD does not engage. test switch wiring to FGP.

STEER CODE (Reasons for FD Flag) CODE VALUE 0 1 2 3 DIGIT 1 DIGIT 2 DIGIT 3 DIGIT 4 DIGIT 5 DIGIT 6 — — CROSTR — CROSTR — — — CROSTR — — CROSTR — — — — CROSTR — — CROSTR — — — — — — CROSTR — — — CROSTR — — — — — — — AHRTST — AHRTST — AHRTST — — AHRTST — — — — — — — — AHRTST — — AHRTST — — AHRTST — — — AHRTST — — CROSS IOC CROSS IOC — CROSS — IOC — CROSS IOC — — CROSS — IOC — CROSS IOC — — — CROSS — — IOC — — CROSS IOC — — — P-DATA R-DATA P-DATA R-DATA PFDATT P-DATA PFDATT R-DATA PFDATT P-DATA R-DATA PFDATT — P-DATA — R-DATA — P-DATA R-DATA — PFDATT — P-DATA PFDATT — R-DATA PFDATT — P-DATA R-DATA PFDATT — — — — — — — — — — — — — — ID NUM — ID NUM — ID NUM — — ID NUM — ID NUM — — ID NUM — — ID NUM — — — ID NUM — ATTMON MEMORY ATTMON MEMORY STRP-E ATTMON STRP-E MEMORY STRP-E ATTMON MEMORY STRP-E PANEL ATTMON PANEL MEMORY PANEL ATTMON MEMORY PANEL STRP-E PANEL ATTMON STRP-E PANEL MEMORY STRP-E PANEL ATTMON MEMORY STRP-E PANEL 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F EXAMPLE: 000300 means P-DATA and R-DATA faults. 161 .

162 . Report Mode Monitors table gives terms and lists the suspect LRUs.BOOST CODE (Reasons for Rudder Boost Fail) CODE VALUE 0 1 2 3 DIGIT 1 DIGIT 2 DIGIT 3 DIGIT 4 DIGIT 5 DIGIT 6 — EQU-Y EPWR-L EQU-Y EPWR-L BSTSWI — PROHDW DISBAR PROHDW DISBAR DISSWI — CROSS — CROSS — BSTREQ — — WRP-Y — WRP-Y — — PANEL — PANEL — EPWR-R — PANEL EPWR-R — EPWR-R PANEL — EPWR-R — PANEL — — — — — — EPWR-R — PANEL EPWR-R — — EPWR-R — PANEL — EPWR-R — — — MEMORY — MEMORY STRP-E 4 5 EQU-Y BSTSWI EPWR-L BSTSWI EQU-Y EPWR-L BSTSWI — EQU-Y — EPWR-L — EQU-Y EPWR-L — BSTSWI — EQU-Y BSTSWI — EPWR-L BSTSWI — EQU-Y EPWR-L BSTSWI — PROHDW DISSWI DISBAR DISSWI PROHDW DISBAR DISSWI — PROHDW — DISBAR — PROHDW DISBAR — DISSWI — PROHDW DISSWI — DISBAR DISSWI — PROHDW DISBAR DISSWI — CROSS BSTREQ — BSTREQ CROSS — BSTREQ SVO-YD CROSS SVO-YD — SVO-YD CROSS — SVO-YD BSTREQ SVO-YD CROSS BSTREQ SVO-YD — BSTREQ SVO-YD CROSS — BSTREQ SVO-YD — — WRP-Y — — WRP-Y — — — — WRP-Y — — WRP-Y — — — — — — WRP-Y — — — WRP-Y — — — STRP-E MEMORY STRP-E — MEMORY STRP-E ID NUM — ID NUM MEMORY ID NUM — MEMORY ID NUM STRP-E ID NUM — STRP-E ID NUM MEMORY STRP-E ID NUM — MEMORY STRP-E ID NUM 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F EXAMPLE: A00200 means EPWR-L and WRP-Y faults.

The main processor has been reset. Suspect a failed N1 or bleed-air sensor. BOOST A rudder boost failure is detected. Suspect one of the two FGCs. This monitor is obsolete and has been disabled in systems where it is not used. further investigation is required. Suspect the AHC. The cross-channel bus from the other FGC is invalid. The CMD-P ERRORS and CMD-R ERRORS report parameters show how many errors have been detected in the pitch or roll axis since power-up. do not simply replace this LRU without further testing and troubleshooting to verify the source of the problem. ACCMON Basic autopilot acceleration data (vertical or normal) from the AHRS is invalid. Suspect a failed pressure sensor or the FGC. Faulty data is defined as either data outside the specified range of values expected from a good sensor or the difference in left and right sensor values is not similar between the two channels of the autopilot. Suspect the FGC. Check the CUT-P HARDW and CUT-R HARDW report parameters to isolate a pitch or roll failure. AHRS AHRTST The serial bus from the AHRS is invalid. Suspect the AHC or the FGC. 163 . Suspect a failed bleed-air sensor. The I/O processor has detected an excessive servo command rate in the pitch and/or roll axis. Suspect the AHC. BSTBLD BSTN1 BSTREQ BSTSWI CMD-AP CPU CROSS CROSTR The cross-side steering code is not zero. Still. This term sets with CUT-PH or CUT-RH. A servo command error is detected in the pitch or roll axis. The rudder boost request error is latched on and is cleared by moving the rudder boost arm switch out of the ARM position. Suspect the cross-side FGC. further investigation is required. Check the STEER CODE report parameter for the other FGC to determine the cause of the FD flag. A rudder boost arm switch in not in the ARM position.Report Mode Monitor Table This table describes terms used in the previous Report Mode tables and lists a suspect LRU that is a likely cause of the fault. further investigation is required. This term sets with BSTBLD or BSTMON. The AHRS (AHC) is in test mode. ATTMON Basic autopilot pitch or roll attitude data from the AHRS is invalid. further investigation is required. CUT-AH An autopilot (pitch or roll) cutout hardware error is detected. The bleed-air data used to drive the rudder boost computation is faulty. A rudder boost request error is detected. Suspect the FGC. further investigation is required.

This means that yaw attitude has exceeded certain limits. This does not indicate a failed unit. Check the EQZN-P ERRORS and EQZN-R ERRORS report parameters to isolate pitch or roll failure. This does not indicate a failed unit. Suspect the APP. further investigation is required. A cutout occurrence in the roll axis is detected. This means that pitch attitude has exceeded certain limits. The AP/YD DISC switch bar on the Flight Guidance Panel (FGP) is in the down (disengage) position. or CUT-Y OCCUR report parameters to isolate a pitch. CUT-PH CUT-PO CUT-RH CUT-RO CUT-YH CUT-YO DISAUX DISBAR DISCKT DISCMD EQU-AP EQU-P 164 . or auxiliary disconnect) is asserted. This fault is latched and can not be cleared (except by cycling power). An autopilot (pitch or roll axis) equalization error is detected. DISCMD is only placed in the AP DISENGAGE code if an abnormal disengage occurs (auxiliary disconnect). Suspect the FGC. A cutout hardware error in the pitch axis is detected. Suspect one of the AHCs or FGCs. further investigation is required. A cutout hardware error in the roll axis is detected. Suspect one of the AHCs or FGCs. CUT-RO. For safety. The auxiliary disengage input to the FGP was asserted. or yaw axis is detected. roll. This does not indicate a failed unit. roll. Check the CUT-P OCCUR. manual trim. or yaw failure. A pitch axis equalization error is detected. AP monitor from the FGC. it is highly recommended that the failed unit be replaced before returning the airplane to service. This means that roll attitude has exceeded certain limits. One of the FGP inputs that prevents engagement (disengage switch. A disengage switch and/or disengage switch circuitry fault in the FGP has been detected. go around switch. This term sets with CUT-PO. Suspect the FGC. A cutout occurrence in the pitch axis is detected. This term sets with EQU-P or EQU-R.Report Mode Monitor Table (Cont) CUT-O A cutout occurrence in the pitch. or CUT-YO. CUT-R OCCUR. This does not indicate a failed unit. Suspect the FGC. This means that the two pitch servo commands are not tracking within certain limits. A cutout occurrence in the yaw axis is detected. A cutout hardware error in the yaw axis is detected.

165 . A yaw damper equalization error is detected. Monitoring performed by the I/O processor has detected that the basic autopilot attitude data is invalid or has exceeded predetermined limits. Suspect the FGP or FGC. This means that data required for current pitch computations is invalid. Suspect the FGC. This means that the two yaw servo commands are not tracking within certain limits. Communication between the FGP and the FGC is invalid. further investigation is required. MON-YD PANEL P-DATA The yaw damper monitor output (to YD panel) has failed. The I/O processor has been reset. Suspect one of the AHCs or FGCs. the last two characters are the I/O program ID. further investigation is required. Suspect one of the FGCs. Refer to IOC monitor (above). Suspect the IOC or the FGC. Suspect the FGC. Suspect the AHC. The pitch outer loop data monitor is invalid. This term sets with MON-AP or MON-YD. Suspect the external system supplying pitch (vertical) data in that mode. Basic yaw damper lateral acceleration data from the AHRS is invalid. A yaw axis equalization error is detected. Suspect the FGC. EQU-Y EQU-YD ID NUM IO ATT IO CPU IOC IOC-AB LATACC MEMORY A FGC memory error is detected. MON-AP The autopilot monitor output (AP ENGAGE ENABLE to FGP) has failed. Check the IOCA BUSERR and IOC-B BUSERR report parameters to isolate the IOC. further investigation is required. This means that the two roll servo commands are not tracking within certain limits. Suspect the FGC. further investigation is required. further investigation is required. Suspect the IOC or the FGC. Refer to EQU-Y. The first four characters of the code are the main program ID. Only one IOC-3 bus is used at a time. MONHDW A monitor output hardware error is detected. At least one of the two IOC-3 input buses to the FGC has been diagnosed as invalid. Suspect one of the AHCs or FGCs. The software ident numbers of the two FGCs do not match.Report Mode Monitor Table (Cont) EQU-R A roll axis equalization error is detected. Suspect the FGC. further investigation is required. The serial bus from the currently used IOC concentrator is invalid. Suspect one of the AHCs or FGCs.

Suspect the AHC. further investigation is required. Suspect the AHC. Suspect an annunciator bulb. or mismatched discrete inputs. STRP-E SVO-P SVO-R SVO-YD SW VIO TRIM TRMANN The pitch or roll trim fail annunciator test failed. or yaw rate data from the AHRS is invalid. FGC. WRPANA Analog servo command wraparound errors. R-DATA Roll outer loop data monitor is invalid. FGC. Either the IAPS Configuration Strapping Unit is incorrect or the FGC has an incorrect software version. FGC. and WRP-Y logic. PART-I HW ERR. WRP-R. and PART-M HW ERR report parameters show how many times the different hardware tests were defective. The TICKLE HW ERR. A pitch-axis servo amplifier error is detected. POSMON This occurs when the analog surface position data (aileron. Suspect the airplane pitch/roll trim system or the FGC. roll servo. further investigation is required. rudder. 166 . A pitch or roll trim system failure is detected. The PART-M SW ERR and PART-I SW ERR report parameters show how many times the hardware partitioning tests have been defective. Suspect the external system supplying roll (lateral) data in that mode. roll. PROHDW There is a protection hardware problem related to the protection hardware. WRP-R. A yaw-axis servo amplifier error is detected. yaw servo. RATMON Basic pitch. There is a software problem that has been sensed with the protection hardware. pitch servo. or the repetitive test of the memory-space partition protection circuitry is defective. This means either a hardware failure occurred or that the inputs to the two halves of the roll servo amplifier are not alike. One of the power-up hardware protection tests is defective. This is an OR logic of the WRP-P. A roll-axis servo amplifier error is detected. This means either a hardware failure occurred or that the inputs to the two halves of the yaw servo amplifier are not alike. Suspect the AHC. Check the TRIM-P ERRORS report parameter to isolate pitch or roll failure. further investigation is required. FGC is using on-side attitude data.Report Mode Monitor Table (Cont) PFDATT Attitude data to the PFD has been manually switched to cross-side source. Read the WRP-P. or mismatched discrete inputs. This means either a hardware failure occurred or that the inputs to the two halves of the pitch servo amplifier are not alike. External airplane strapping is not compatible with the FGC configuration ROM. This does not indicate a failed unit. or mismatched discrete inputs. This means that data required for current roll computations is invalid. or elevator) in one FGC does not closely agree with the surface position data from the other FGC. Suspect the AHC. and WRP-Y logic.

Suspect the FGC. Suspect the FGC. WRP-Y WRP-YD YD BAD 167 . Suspect the FGC. The yaw damper cannot be engaged.Report Mode Monitor Table (Cont) WRP-AP An autopilot (pitch or roll) wraparound error is detected. This bit is set when the yaw damper engage code is non-zero. Check the WRAP-P ERRORS and WRAP-R ERRORS report parameters to isolate pitch or roll failure. A wraparound error in the yaw axis is detected. The yaw damper must be engaged before or while the autopilot is engaged. The YD ENG CODE section contains the yaw damper engage code. A yaw damper wraparound error is detected.

Use the MOVE CURSOR line select key to select the input-mode parameter line. The STATUS menu shows. This mode is especially useful to isolate a failed unit that supplies data to the FGCs. push the MENU button on the CCP. 3. If applicable. 5. The STATUS menu shows on the FCS. push the NEXT MODE line select key. Five selectable parameters show signal data inputs to the LEFT FGC and to the RIGHT FGC. Turn the MENU ADV knob to highlight FCS DIAGNOSTICS line. Use the SCROLL UP or SCROLL DOWN line select key to change the input signal parameter on the line with the cursor. 2. Push the PUSH SELECT button on the CCP. 168 . To change the MFD to the INPUT MODE.INPUT MODE Page 1. The page lists input signal information that is received by the FGC computers. On the Cursor Control Panel (CCP) push the STAT button to show the last displayed STATUS format. 4. If the last displayed STATUS format is not FCS DIAGNOSTICS. units of measure show adjacent to the parameter.

ARINC data words are organized as follows: 169 . The SOURCE LRU column names the unit that generates that input signal and the source word label. The most useful inputs are decoded and show with a unit of measure (for example. This column also names the data bus (IOC-3.The Input Mode Parameter List shows all available input signal parameters.) that supplies this information to the FGC. AHC-1. feet or degrees) so that this value can be easily compared with related displays/indications in the aircraft. etc.

Some primary data is not decoded into a signal value. Pad data. The unit entry on this line is SSMPSI. The ALTPRE input parameter shows the preselect altitude setting in feet. or 3 (normal). and 13 of 170 . The SSM digit is 0 (failed). The 102 input parameter shows the remaining pertinent information in three digits. 2 (unit in test). This digit is decoded from bits 30 and 31 of the input word. This information is presented in the ALTPRE and 102 parameters. Pad data. The SSMPSI parameter shows the SSM. 1 (no computed data). preselect altitude information is provided in the 102 word. 12. and the SDI. The unit of measure for these signals show as 29-14H. One parameter is a descriptive name and the other is an SSMPSI parameter. This means the three displayed digits are (in order): the SSM. The Pad digit lists miscellaneous information that is normally pad (0 = not used) or secondary data. These two parameters show all pertinent information provided in the input data word. This information is decoded from the primary data (bits 14 through 29) of word 102.ARINC WORD BITS 1-8 9-10 11-13 14-29 30-31 32 DESCRIPTION Label (octal) SDI (source ident) Pad/secondary data Primary data SSM (status) Parity bit External (non-FGC) data shows as two input signal parameters. and SDI values. For example. This digit is decoded from bits 11. but instead shows as a hexadecimal value.

Pad data. 1 (left LRU). SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. This digit is decoded from bits 9 and 10 of the input word. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. The SDI digit is 0 (not used). Push the SWAP DATA line select key to return to the IAS parameter. 2 (right LRU). SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. Pad data. Pad data. Pad data. Pad data. Pad data. Pad data.the input word. Pad data. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. When the cursor is positioned on a serial bus input. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. For example: if the cursor is positioned at the IAS parameter. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SSM BITS: BIT VALUE: VALUE: SHOWN 31 2 30 1 13 4 PAD 12 2 SUM OF SET BITS 11 1 SDI 10 2 9 1 SUM OF SET BITS SUM OF SET BITS To simplify diagnostics usage. a data/status swap can be done by pushing the lower left line select key on the MFD. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) 171 . push the SWAP DATA line select key to change the parameter at the cursor to 103. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. or 3 (not used). Input Mode Parameter List NAME 050SPA 100SPA 102PFD 103PFD 104PFD 106PFD 110SPA 114SPA 116PFD 117PFD 121FMC 122FMC 124IOC 130SPA 134 SPA 137DCU 140SPA 150DCU SOURCE LRU (BUS TO FGC) IOC label 050 (IOC-3) IOC label 100 (IOC-3) PFD label 102 (IOC-3) PFD label 103 (IOC-3) PFD label 104 (IOC-3) PFD label 106 (IOC-3) IOC label 110 (IOC-3) IOC label 114 (IOC-3) PFD label 116 (IOC-3) PFD label 117 (IOC-3) FMC/PFD label 121 (IOC-3) FMC/PFD label 122 (IOC-3) IOC label 124 (IOC-3) IOC label 130 (IOC-3) IOC label (IOC-3) DCU label (IOC-3) IOC label (IOC-3) DCU label 150 (IOC-3) DESCRIPTION (UNIT OF MEASURE) SSM. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. labeled SWAP DATA. a capability to quickly swap between these two parameters is available. This label only shows when the cursor is positioned on an ARINC bus input parameter. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM.

Pad data. Pad data. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. Pad data. Pad data. Pad data. Pad data. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. Pad data. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM.Input Mode Parameter List (Cont) NAME 151MFD 163PFD 164RA 172PFD 177DCU 200SPC 203ADC 205ADC 206ADC 207ADC 207PFD 210ADC 212ADC 213ADC 215ADC 215PFD 216PFD 221SPC 222PFD 223SPC 224SPC 225SPC 230SPC 230 SPA 241SPC 251PFD 260DCU 263ADC 270ADC 270AHR 271ADC 272DCU 272FMC 274DCU 276FMC 301DCU 301PFD 302PFD 304DCU 314AHR 315FMC 316 FMC 320AHR 320SPA 324AHR 324SPA 325AHR 326AHR 327AHR 330AHR 331AHR 332AHR 333AHR 336AHR SOURCE LRU (BUS TO FGC) MFD label 151 (IOC-3) PFD label 163 (IOC-3) RALT label 164 (IOC-3) PFD label 172 (IOC-3) DCU label 177 (IOC-3) SPC label 200 (IOC-3) ADC label 203 (IOC-3) ADC label 205 (IOC-3) ADC label 206 (IOC-3) ADC label 207 (IOC-3) PFD label (IOC-3) ADC label 210 (IOC-3) ADC label 212 (IOC-3) ADC label 213 (IOC-3) ADC label 215 (IOC-3) PFD label 215 (IOC-3) PFD label 216 (IOC-3) SPC label 221 (IOC-3) PFD label 222 (IOC-3) SPC label 223 (IOC-3) SPC label 224 (IOC-3) SPC label 225 (IOC-3) SPC label (IOC-3) SPA label 223 (IOC-3) SPC label 241 (IOC-3) PFD label 251 (IOC-3) DCU label 260 (IOC-3) ADC label 263 (IOC-3) ADC label 270 (IOC-3) AHRS label 270 (AHC-1) ADC label 271 (IOC-3) DCU label 272 (IOC-3) FMC/PFD label 272 (IOC-3) DCU label 274 (IOC-3) FMC/PFD label 276 (IOC-3) DCU label 301 (IOC-3) PFD label 301 (IOC-3) PFD label 302 (IOC-3) DCU label 304 (IOC-3) AHRS label 314 (AHC-1) FMC/PFD label 315 (IOC-3) FMC/PFD label (IOC-3) AHRS label 320 (AHC-1) SPA label (IOC-3) AHRS label 324 (AHC-1) IOC label 324 (AHC-1) AHRS label 325 (AHC-1) AHRS label 326 (AHC-1) AHRS label 327 (AHC-1) AHRS label 330 (AHC-1) AHRS label 331 (AHC-1) AHRS label 332 (AHC-1) AHRS label 333 (AHC-1) AHRS label 336 (AHC-1) DESCRIPTION (UNIT OF MEASURE SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) 172 . Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. Pad data. Pad data. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. Pad data. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. Pad data. Pad data. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. Pad data. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. Pad data. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM.

pseudo zero lift (DEG) AOA. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. normal (Gs) Acceleration. vertical navigation (FEET) Angle of attack. Pad data. cross heading (Gs) Acceleration. left (VOLTS) Bleed air. +28V (T/F) Aux disengage input. SDI (SSMPSI) Acceleration. lateral (29-14H) Deviation. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. roll (DEG) Course datum (DEG) Date. master (29-14H) DCU discrete word 1 (29-14H) DCU discrete word 2 (29-14H) Deviation. right (VOLTS) Calibrated airspeed (KNOTS) Command. pressure (FEET) Altitude.3) PFD label 251 (IOC . aileron PFD label 204 (IOC-3) ADC label 203 (IOC-3) PFD label 102 (IOC-3) PFD label 215 (IOC-3) SPC label 221 (IOC-3) SPC label 223 (IOC-3) SPC label 241 (IOC-3) SPC label 224 (IOC-3) SPC label 200 (IOC-3) SPC label 225 (IOC-3) FCP FGP serial FCP FGC servo amplifier FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial ADC label 206 (IOC-3) FMC/PFD label 122 (IOC-3) FMC/PFD label 121 (IOC-3) PFD label 301 (IOC-3) DCU label 260 (IOC-3) DCU label 272 (IOC-3) DCU label 274 (IOC-3) PFD label 116 (IOC-3) PFD label 117 (IOC . lateral (Gs) Acceleration. shaker (DEG) AP engage enable (T/F) AP engage relay (T/F) AP clutch power (AP engaged) (T/F) Aileron servo error (VOLTS) Aux disengage input 3 not. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. pusher (DEG) AOA. barometric (FEET) Altitude. vertical (Gs) Acceleration. normalized (no units) AOA. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. along track (Gs) Acceleration. gnd (T/F) AP/YD disengage bar up (T/F) Bleed air. Pad data. Pad data. beta compensated (DEG) AOA. Pad data. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. pitch (DEG) Command. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. +28V (T/F) Aux YD disengage input. gnd (T/F) Aux YD disengage input. Pad data. Pad data. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data. body (DEG) AOA. cross track (Gs) Air data logic word 1 (29-14H) Air data logic word 2 (29-14H) AHRS logic word (29-14H) Ail servo cmd wraparound (VOLTS) Ail servo amp monitor (T/F) Ail servo motor voltage (VOLTS) Altitude. vertical (29-14H) Distance (NM) 173 .Input Mode Parameter List (Cont) NAME 337AHR 343DCL 343DCR 354SPA 360SPA 362AHR 363AHR 364AHR 375AHR 376AHR ACCA/H ACCA/T ACCLAT ACCLON ACCNOR ACCVER ACCX/H ACCX/T ADLGC1 ADLGC2 AHRLGC AILCMD AILMON AILSVO *ALT/B ALT/P ALTPRE ALTVNV AOA AOACMP AOANOR AOAPSH AOAPZL AOASHK AP ENA AP RLY APCLU ASVOER AUXAP+ AUXAPAUXYD+ AUXYD-1 BAR UP BLEEDL BLEEDR CAS CMDPTH CMDROL CRSDAT DATE DCUDS1 DCUDS2 DEVLAT DEVVER DIS SOURCE LRU (BUS TO FGC) AHRS label 337 (AHC-1) DCU label 343 (IOC-3) DCU label 343 (IOC-3) SPA label 354 (IOC-3) AHRS label 360 (IOC-3) AHRS label 362 (AHC-1) AHRS label 363 (AHC-1) AHRS label 364 (AHC-1) AHRS label 375 (AHC-1) AHRS label 376 (AHC-1) AHRS label 375 (AHC-1) AHRS label 362 (AHC-1) AHRS label 332 (AHC-1) AHRS label 331 (AHC-1) AHRS label 333 (AHC-1) AHRS label 364 (AHC-1) AHRS label 376 (AHC-1) AHRS label 363 (AHC-1) ADC label 270 (IOC-3) ADC label 271 (IOC-3) AHC label 270 (AHC-1) FGC sample/hold FGC servo amplifier SVO. preselect (FEET) Altitude. along heading (Gs) Acceleration. SDI (SSMPSI) SSM. Pad data.3) DESCRIPTION (UNIT OF MEASURE) SSM. longitudinal (Gs) Acceleration.

max operating (MACH) Left engine fan RPM N1 (%) Right engine fan RPM N1 (%) Number of panel bytes rcvd (HEX) PFD discrete word 2 (29-14H) PFD mode sel logic word 1 (29-14H) PFD mode sel logic word 2 (29-14H) Spare panel byte 5. true (DEG) Indicated airspeed ref (KNOTS) IOC map version (29-14H) Knob. bit 5 Spare panel byte 7. bit 7 Spare panel byte 7. Euler (DEG/S) Pitch rate (DEG/S) Radio altitude (FEET) Roll (DEG) Roll rate. bit 5 Spare panel byte 6. magnetic (DEG) Heading. bit 4 Spare panel byte 6. bit 2 Spare panel byte 7. bit 0 Spare panel byte 5. bit 1 Spare panel byte 7. oscillates (T/F) Pitch (DEG) Pitch rate. bit 6 Spare panel byte 7. bit 3 Spare panel byte 6. vertical reference (HEX) Spare (TRUE/FALSE) Spare (TRUE/FALSE) Spare (TRUE/FALSE) Spare (TRUE/FALSE) Spare (TRUE/FALSE) Mach (MACH) Mach reference (MACH) Memory contents (address location) MFD logic word (29-14H) Mach. bit 5 Spare panel byte 6. bit 4 Spare panel byte 7. elevator FGC servo amplifier DCU label 137 (IOC-3) FMC/PFD label 272 (IOC-3) FMC/PFD label 276 (IOC-3) FGC internal FGC internal PFD label 302 (IOC-3) AHC label 320 (AHC-1) AHC label 314 (AHC-1) PFD label 103 (IOC-3) IOC label 124 (IOC-3) FCP FGC Discrete FGC Discrete FGC Discrete FGC Discrete FGC Discrete ADC label 205 (IOC-3) PFD label 106 (IOC-3) Main CPU MFD label 151 (IOC-3) ADC label 215 (IOC-3) DCU label 343 (IOC-3) DCU label 343 (IOC-3) FGP PFD label 216 (IOC-3) PFD label 163 (IOC-3) PFD label 172 (IOC-3) FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP AHRS label 324 (AHC-1) AHRS label 336 (AHC-1) AHRS label 326 (AHC-1) RALT label 164 (IOC-3) AHC label 325 (AHC-1) AHC label 337 (AHC-1) AHC label 327 (AHC-1) FGC servo amplifier FGC sample/hold FGC servo amplifier DESCRIPTION (UNIT OF MEASURE) Elev servo cmd wraparound (VOLTS) Elev servo amp monitor (T/F Elev servo motor voltage (VOLTS) Elevator servo error (VOLTS) Flap position (DEG) FMS logic word 1 (29-14H) FMS logic word 2 (29-14H) Ground for multiplexer 0 (VOLTS) Ground for multiplexer 1 (VOLTS) Heading error (DEG) Heading. bit 6 Spare panel byte 6. bit 7 Wraparound test bit. Euler (DEG/S) Roll rate (DEG/S) Rudder servo error (VOLTS) Rud servo cmd wraparound (VOLTS) Rudder servo amplifier monitor (T/F) 174 .Input Mode Parameter List (Cont) NAME ELECMD ELEMON ELESVO ESVOER FLPPOS FMCLG1 FMCLG2 GNDMX0 GNDMX1 *HDGERR HDGMAG HDGTRU IASREF IOCMAP KNBREF LGC3 LGC4 LGC5 LGC6 LGC7 MACH MACREF *MEMORY MFDLGC MMO N1LT N1RT PBYTRX PFDDS2 PFDLG1 PFDLG2 PNL5-0 PNL5-5 PNL6-3 PNL6-4 PNL6-5 PNL6-6 PNL6-7 PNL7-1 PNL7-2 PNL7-3 PNL6-4 PNL7-5 PNL7-6 PNL7-7 PNLTST *PTH PTHR/E PTHRAT RADALT *ROL ROLR/E ROLRAT RSVOER RUDCMD RUDMON SOURCE LRU (BUS TO FGC) FGC sample/hold FGC servo amplifier SVO. bit 3 Spare panel byte 7.

AP ENG (T/F) Switch. NAV mode (T/F) Switch. ALT hold mode (T/F) Switch. VNAV mode (T/F) Switch. right (DEG) Strap. rudder boost arm (T/F) Switch. IAS profile mode (T/F) Switch. LVL CHG mode (T/F) Switch. spare on byte 2. bit 2 (T/F) Switch. SYNC button FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial DESCRIPTION (UNIT OF MEASURE) Rudder servo power (VOLTS) Static air temperature (C) Spare FGC input label Spare FGC input label Spare FGC input label Spare FGC input label Spare FGC input label Spare FGC input label Spare FGC input label Spare FGC input label Spare FGC input label Spare FGC input label Spare FGC input label Spare FGC input label Spare FGC input label Spare FGC input label Spoileron position. GA mode (T/F) Switch. spare on byte 2. configuration (HEX) Option strap 0 (T/F) Option strap 1 (T/F) Option strap 2 (T/F) Option strap 3 (T/F) Option strap 4 (T/F) Option strap 5 (T/F) Option strap 6 (T/F) Option strap 7 (T/F) Switch. left (DEG) Spoileron position. ALT preselect mode (T/F) Switch. SPEED mode (T/F) Switch. TURB mode (T/F) Switch. perform select mode (T/F) Switch. VS mode (T/F) Switch. MACH mode (T/F) Switch. CLIMB mode (T/F) Switch.Input Mode Parameter List (Cont) NAME RUDSVO SAT SPA100 SPA110 SPA114 SPA130 SPA134 SPA140 SPA230 SPA274 SPA320 SPA324 SPA340 SPA100 SPA354 SPA360 SPOLT SPORT STPCFG STRAP0 STRAP1 STRAP2 STRAP3 STRAP4 STRAP5 STRAP6 STRAP7 SWI1/2 SWI2-1 SWI2-2 SWIALT SWIAP SWIAPP SWIB/C SWIBST SWICLI SWIDES SWIDIS SWIFD SWIGA SWIHDG SWIIAS SWILVL SWIMAC SWINAV SWIPFL SWIPFM SWIPRE SWISPD SWISYN SWITRB SWIVNV SWIVS SWIXFR SOURCE LRU (BUS TO FGC) Rudder servo ADC label 213 (IOC-3) DCU label 100 (IOC-3) DCU label 110 (IOC-3) DCU label 114 (IOC-3) DCU label 130 (IOC-3) DCU label 134 (IOC-3) DCU label 140 (IOC-3) DCU label 230 (IOC-3) DCU label 274 (IOC-3) DCU label 320 (IOC-3) DCU label 324 (IOC-3) DCU label 340 (IOC-3) DCU label 100 (IOC-3) DCU label 354 (IOC-3) DCU label 360 (IOC-3) DCU label 301 (IOC-3) DCU label 304 (IOC-3) CSU straps Interconnect Interconnect Interconnect Interconnect Interconnect Interconnect Interconnect Interconnect FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial Pedestal/FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial Yoke/FGP serial FGP serial Throttle button FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial FGP serial Yoke. sync (T/F) Switch. bit 1 (T/F) Switch. DESCEND mode (T/F) Switch. 1/2 BANK mode (T/F) Switch. autopilot XFR (T/F) 175 . FD off (T/F Switch. APPR mode (T/F) Switch. IAS mode (T/F) Switch. HDG mode (T/F) Switch. B/C mode (T/F) Switch. AP/FD disengage (T/F) Switch.

ground Trim tachometer feedback (VOLTS) Trim up (T/F) Trim wheel (T/F) V2 takeoff velocity (KNOTS) Max operating speed (KNOTS) VOR bearing (DEG) Vertical speed (FT/MIN) Vertical speed reference (FT/MIN) Wind direction (DEG) Wind speed (KNOTS) Yaw rate (DEG/S) YD clutch power (YD engaged) (T/F) Yaw damper monitor valid (T/F) YD engage relay feedback TRMERR FGC wraparound TRMOFF FGC wraparound TRMSW+ TRMSWTRMTAC TRMUP TRMWHL V2 VMO VORBRG VS VSREF WINDIR WINSPD YAWRAT YD CLU YD MON YD RLY * FGC FGC FGC wraparound FGC wraparound FGC wraparound ADC label 263 (IOC-3) ADC label 207 (IOC-3) PFD label 222 (IOC-3) ADC label 212 (IOC-3) ADC label 104 (IOC-3) FMC/PFD label 372 (IOC-3) FMC/PFD label 315 (IOC-3) AHC label 330 (AHC-1) FGP serial FGC wraparound FGP serial The INPUT MODE display initially defaults to these items. YD engage (T/F) Trim tab position. 176 . this side (DEGREES) True airspeed (KNOTS) Time. other side (DEGREES) Trim tab position. master (29-14H) HDG/TRK switch in TRK position (T/F) Trim arm (T/F) Trim down (T/F) Pitch trim duty cycle error (T/F) Trim fail annun off (T/F) Manual trim switch. +28 Vdc Manual trim switch.Input Mode Parameter List (Cont) NAME SWIYD TABOTH TABTHS TAS TIME TRKSEL TRMARM TRMDN SOURCE LRU (BUS TO FGC) FGP serial Trim system Trim system ADC label 210 (IOC-3) DCU label 150 (IOC-3) FGP serial FGC wraparound FGC wraparound DESCRIPTION (UNIT OF MEASURE) Switch.

The REPORT MODE FCS DIAGNOS-TICS page shows. If the last displayed STATUS format is not FCS DIAGNOSTICS. On the Cursor Control Panel (CCP) push the STAT button to show the last displayed STATUS format. push the MENU button on the CCP. The STATUS MENU shows.OUTPUT MODE Page 1. 4. 177 . 2. Turn the MENU ADV DATA knob to highlight the FCS DIAGNOSTICS Line. 3. Push the PUSH SELECT button on the CCP.

Push the NEXT MODE line select key twice to show the OUTPUT MODE. The arrow also indicates the (controlling) master FGC when both outputs are synchronously changed.5. The display source indicator is an arrow that points left or right to indicate which FGC is providing the display data to the MFD. Both FGCs must be in the output mode (not just in diagnostics) to fully utilize the modify options. This table lists a signal description and the modification range for each parameter. In the output mode. Five selectable parameters show output signals from the LEFT FGC or RIGHT FGC. Use the SCROLL UP (L-LSK2) or SCROLL DOWN (L-LSK3) to slew the output signal parameter on the line with the cursor. or BOTH legends show on the active line in the MODIFY column. Since only one FGC provides the display data to the MFD. only the left FGC output can be modified. The LEFT. it is helpful to push and hold the MOVE CURSOR line select key and check the selected mode of the other FGC before beginning troubleshooting effort using the output mode. These outputs may be controlled if both FGCs are in diagnostics mode and the airplane is on the ground. MODIFY column heading shows if the active (cursor) line can be modified. When LEFT shows in the MODIFY column. Use the MOVE CURSOR (L-LSK1) to select the desired output mode. EITHER. The Output Mode Parameter List describes each parameter available for display. RIGHT. This page lists the selected outputs from the FGCs. this indicator is especially useful. Push TOGGLE LEFT (L-LSK4) to change the logic 178 .

When BOTH shows in the MODIFY column. When EITHER shows in the MODIFY column. Push the TOGGLE RIGHT (R-LSK4) to change the logic output.output or push and hold SLEW LEFT (L-LSK4) to synchronize both linear outputs to the master FGC value and then change both outputs in the minus direction. Modify using the TOGGLE LEFT and TOGGLE RIGHT as described above. or push and hold the SLEW PLUS (R-LSK4) to synchronize both linear outputs to the master FGC value and then change both outputs in the plus direction. When RIGHT shows in the MODIFY column. The EITHER and BOTH modify options are not available unless both FGCs are in the OUTPUT MODE (not just in diagnostics). Push and hold the MOVE CURSOR line select key to alternately select left and right side display data. Modify using the SLEW MINUS and SLEW PLUS as described above. the left and right FGC logic outputs can be modified independently. and ensure that both FGCs are in output mode. 179 . the left and right FGC linear outputs can be modified synchronously. only the right FGC can be modified.

9%) Elevator servo command voltage (±10-V dc) Elevator servo cutout logic (T/F) Pitch command to flight director (±180°) Roll command to flight director (±180°) Rudder boost (T/F) Rudder servo command voltage (±10-V dc) Rudder servo cutout logic (T/F) Pitch trim relay.9%) 6502 I/O processor AP monitor valid (T/F) 6502 I/O processor YD monitor valid (T/F) 8086 main processor AP engage enable (T/F) 8086 main processor YD monitor valid (T/F) *OUTPUT MODE DISPLAY page initially defaults to these items. 180 . right side only (T/F) Trim down cmd. ELECUT. RUDCUT must be false to engage. left side only (T/F) Trim up cmd. and RUDCUT outputs cannot be set to FALSE if the FGC I/O processor sets them to TRUE. left side (0 to 99. right side (0 to 99.Output Mode Parameter List NAME AILCMD * AILCUT * ANNUNS DNARM DNCMD ELECMD * ELECUT PTH-FD ROL-FD RUDBST RUDCMD RUDCUT TRLY-P UPARM UPCMD * 65APMN 65YDMN * 86APEN 86YDMN DESCRIPTION (MODIFY RANGE) Aileron servo command voltage (±10-V dc) Aileron servo cutout logic (T/F) All annunciators on (T/F) Trim down arm. 86APEN. The AILCUT. enables trim if engaged (T/F) Trim up arm. 65YDMN. 86YDMN must be true and AILCUT. 65APMN. % max. ELECUT. % of max.

push at the same time. If the active (cursor) line can be modified. The word TEST (yellow) shows on the pilot and copilot PFDs. push at the same time. push the MENU button on the CCP. Both FGC computers have to be in the OUTPUT MODE. the left FD button and any two mode select buttons. On the Flight Guidance Panel (FGP). If the last displayed STATUS format is not FCS DIAGNOSTICS. 2. The REPORT MODE page of FGS DIAGNOSTICS shows on the MFD. Turn the MENU ADV DATA knob to highlight FCS DIAGNOSTICS when the STATUS menu shows. 4. 9. 7. Push and hold the MOVE CURSOR line select key to switch the blue arrow to the other FGC. 10. LEFT. BOTH. Push the NEXT MODE line select key to show the OUTPUT MODE page. and flightguidance-panel control of diagnostics is enabled for both channels. The word MODIFY shows as a column heading. the right FD button and any two mode select buttons. 6. then the word EITHER.Modify the FGC Servo Outputs Control of the FCS outputs is only possible when both channels of the FCS are receiving a valid IAS of under 60 knots. on-the-ground logic. The word TEST shows on the left and right PFD. push the STAT button to show the last displayed STATUS format. or RIGHT shows on the cursor line in the MODIFY column. On the Cursor Control Panel (CCP). 181 . Push the NEXT MODE line select key twice to show the OUTPUT MODE page. Disengage the autopilot. 1. 3. Push the PUSH SELECT button on the CCP to access the FGS DIAGNOSTICS page. On the flight guidance panel. 8. 5.

to engage. This sets the FGC cutout logic so that the system can engage. ELECUT. 182 . 13. ELECUT. 86YDMN must be true. Push the STAT button on the CCP to return to the navigation display. The control wheel (or control column/rudder pedals) move as the servo runs. RUDCUT must be false. 14. The 65APMN. 86APEN. and RUDCUT parameters to FALSE. 12. ELECUT. This sets the FGC internal monitors to a valid condition. Exit DIAGNOSTICS 1. The MN and CUT parameters must remain set as described above or the system will not engage. Engage the yaw damper and autopilot. Select the AILCMD (or ELECMD/RUDCMD) parameter and move the cursor to this line. Set the 65APMN. and RUDCUT outputs cannot be set to FALSE if the FGC I/O processor sets them to TRUE. 15. and AILCUT. and 86YDMN parameters to TRUE. WARNING: WARNING: ADJUSTING THE SERVO COMMAND VOLTAGE CAUSES THE CONTROL SURFACES TO MOVE.11. 86APEN. 65YDMN. The AILCUT. Set the AILCUT. Push the SLEW MINUS or SLEW PLUS line select key to change the servo command voltage.

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