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LIST OF TEMPORARY REVISIONS NOV 14
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No. T.R. DATE IN DESTROYED POSITION REMARKS


01 SEP 11 REV 01 FEB 12 OEB N° 04
OEB N° 05
02 OCT 11 REV 01 FEB 12
OEB N° 06
03 JUN 12 REV 02 DEC 13 2.03.12
04 JUL 12 REV 02 DEC 13 SEE RTR
05 FEB 13 REV 02 DEC 13 SEE RTR
SEE RTR
06 SEP 13 REV 02 DEC 13 (published in
NOV 13)
07 MAR 14 REV 03 NOV 14 SEE RTR
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DATE AFFECTED
REASON OF REVISIONS
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SEP 11 3.12.20
OEB N°04 - AP/FD ALT* mode during climb phase
3.12.24
OCT 11 - List of OEB corrected and updated
- OEB N°05 - Inconsistency between displayed 2.03.123.12.20
MDA and call out ”Approaching minimum” and 3.12.25
”Minimum Minimum”. 3.12.26
- OEB N°06 - Take Off procedure - After lift Off
JUN 12 “Taxi procedure update with
2.03.12
MOD 6521”
JUL 12 - New Mod 6560 (ovhd panel impact)
1.06.20, 1.06.30,
1.08.10, 1.09.20,
1.12.10, 1.13.30,
- New Mod 6830 impact and OEB n°8 1.16.40
- SINGLE ENG OPERATIONS update 1.06.50 & 3.12.28
- OEB n°9: Do not use Single Eng operations in 2.05.02
Electronic Checklist 3.12.28 & .29
FEB 13 - OEB N°10 - Before taxi normal procedure update.
3.12.30
- OEB N°11 - Do not use ACW BUS 2 OFF in
Electronic Checklist.
3.12.31
SEP 13 OEB N°12 Inconsistency between Anti-- Icing overhead 3.12.32
panel and memo window for FAA a/c
OEB N°13 Take off speeds insertion (6976 ) 3.12.33
OEB N°14 Procedure displayed in case of Eng Flame 3.12.34
out. (6976 or 6521)
OEB N°15 Gust consideration for Vapp (6976) 3.12.35
OEB N°16 FMA display on PFD with APM OFF(6976) 3.12.36
OEB N°17 Take-- off at 100% TQ in High Altitude 3.12.37
Operations (7055).
OEB N°18 Engine Start in High altitude Operations 3.12.38
(7055)
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1.16.40
1.16.45
2.03.06
2.03.07
MAR 14 MOD 7079 : 127N SUPER BOOST 2.03.10
2.03.11
2.03.22
2.03.24
2.05.02
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LIST OF NORMAL REVISIONS NOV 14
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N°REV EDITION DATE INSERTION DATE NAME


TOTAL NEW EDITION
00 APR 11 72-- 212A “-- 600”
version (Mod 5948)
FEB 12 (published in TOTAL RE-- EDITION
01 April 2012 due to including “L2B2”
certification process) software
DEC 13 (published in
02 SEE RNR
FEB 2014)
03 NOV 14 SEE RNR
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REASON OF THE REVISION FEB 12

DATE REASON FOR ISSUE (MAJOR EVENTS) CHAP INVOLVED


APR 11 * NEW MODIFICATION :
- Mod 5948: New Avionic Suite 72-- 212A “-- 600” version. ALL

FEB 12 (published in April 2012 due to certification process)


* NEW MODIFICATION : ALL
- Mod 6521: New software “L2B2” for “600” version
- Mod 6635: Airport Navigation function.
- COMPLETE PROCEDURE REVIEW: 2.03 / 2.04 / 2.05
Emergency (except Unreliable airspeed indication)
Following Failure
Normal
- FWS and Electronic CheckList description 1.02.10 and
and human factor recommendations 2.03.02 / 2. 04.01
and 2.05.01
- Several correction and improvements ALL
- OEB 07 : VHF emitting (Mod: 6760) 3.12.27
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DATE REASON FOR ISSUE (MAJOR EVENTS) CHAP INVOLVED
DEC 13 TR 03 blanking:
- Taxi procedure update with MOD 6521. 2.03.12
TR 04 blanking:
- New Mod 6560 (ovhd panel impact). 1.02.10,1.03.30
1.06.20,1.06.30
1.08.10,1.09.20
1.12.10,1.13.30
1.16.40
- New Mod 6830 impactand OEB n8 :GPU indication on CABIN. 1.06.50 & 3.12.28
- SINGLE ENG OPERATIONS update. 2.05.02
- OEB n9:Do notuse Single Eng operations in Electronic Checklist. 3.12.28 & .29
TR 05 blanking:
- OEB N10 - Before taxi normal procedure update. 3.12.30
- OEB N11 - Do notuse ACW BUS 2 OFF in Electronic Checklist. 3.12.31
TR 06 blanking:
- OEB n12 :Inconsistency between Anti-- Icing overhead panel and
memo window for FAA a/c p001_001. 3.12.32
- OEB n13 :Take offspeeds insertion. 3.12.33
- OEB n14 :Procedure displayed in case ofEngine Flame out. 3.12.34
- OEB n15 :Gustconsideration for Vapp computation. 3.12.35
- OEB n16 :FMA display on PFD with APM OFF 3.12.36
- OEB n17 :Take-- offat100% Torque in High Altitude Operations. 3.12.37
- OEB n18 :Engine Startin High altitude Operations. 3.12.38
* ACTION ON PART 0
- PRELIMINARY PAGES :New e-- mail ofcustomers supportline . 0.40.00
- PRELIMINARY PAGES/STANDARD NOMENCLATURE :Pages
reviewed p001_001;p003_001;p004_001;p005_001;p007_001;
p008_001;p009_001;p011_001;p013_001. 0.50.00
* ACTION ON PART I
- AIRCRAFT GENERAL/COCKPIT PHILOSOPHY :New modification
added p005_080. 1.00.20
- AIRCRAFT GENERAL/COCKPIT DOOR SECURITY SYSTEM :
Updated procedure (ELEC SUPPLY) p004_001. 1.00.25
- AIRCRAFT GENERAL/DOOR :Updated procedure (ELEC
SUPPLY)p008_001. 1.00.30
- AIRCRAFT GENERAL/LIGHTING :Updated procedure (ELEC
SUPPLY)p010_001;p011_001;p012_001;p013_001;p014_001 1.00.40
- AIRCRAFT GENERAL/WATER AND WASTE SYSTEM :
Updated procedure (ELEC SUPPLY)p001_001. 1.00.50
- INTEGRATED SYSTEMS/INTEGRATED MODULAR AVIONICS :
Updated procedure (ELEC SUPPLY)p003_001. 1.01.10
- INTEGRATED SYSTEMS/MFC Updated procedure p005_001;
p009_001 1.01.20
- FLIGHT WARNING SYSTEM/GENERAL :Updated procedures
and wording correction p006_001;p006_080;p007_001;p008_001;
p009_001;p011_001;p012_001;p013_001;p015_001;p016_001;
p017_001;p018_001;p019_001;p020_001;p023_001;p024_001
y0001_001 1.02.10
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DATE REASON FOR ISSUE (MAJOR EVENTS) CHAP INVOLVED
DEC 13 * ACTION ON PART I
- AFCS/OPERATION :Updated procedure (ELEC SUPPLY)p016_001 1.02.10
- COMMUNICATIONS/GENERAL :Procedure reviewed p015_001; 1.04.10
p016_001;p017_001;p026_001.
- COMMUNICATIONS/TCAS :Procedure updated p009_100 1.05.10
- EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT/OXYGEN SYSTEM :Wording correction 1.05.20
p001_001;p001_060;p001_120
- FIRE PROTECTION/GENERAL :Wording correction p004_001 1.07.20
p005_001 ; p008_001;p009_001 1.08.10
- FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS/STANDBY NAVIGATION SYSTEM
INDICATION ON IESI:Updated procedure(ELEC SUPPLY)p007_001 1.10.36
- FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS/FLIGHT RECORDERS :Updated
procedure (ELEC SUPPLY) p005_001. 1.10.50
- FUEL SYSTEM/GENERAL :Wording correction p004_001
Procedure reviewed p012_001 and p015_001. 1.11.10
- ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION/GENERAL :Wording correction
p001_001 1.13.10
- ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION/ANTIICING ADVISORY SYSTEM :
Wording correction p004_001 1.13.20
- ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION/PROPELLER ANTIICING :Wording
correction p001_001 1.13.40
- ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION/PROBE HEAT :Updated page
p001_001 1.13.60
- LANDING GEAR/BRAKES ANTISKID :Wording correction :
p001_00 1.14.40
- NAVIGATION SYSTEM/WEATHER RADAR :Schematic correction :
p004_001. 1.15.50
- POWER PLANT/SYSTENS DESCRIPTION :Wording correction
p004_001 1.16.20
- POWER PLANTS/SYSTEMS OPERATING :Updated procedure
p003_001 1.16.30
* ACTION ON PART II
- LIMITATIONS/AIRSPEED AND OPERATIONAL PARAMETERS :
New modification added p005_025;p005_055;p005_065;p005_105 2.01.03
- LIMITATIONS/POWER PLANT :Freezing pointcorrection for the fuel
(JET A1) p005_001 2.01.04
- PROCEDURES AND TECHNIQUES/AFCS :Caution and Notes
reviewed p005_001 2.02.04
- PROCEDURES AND TECHNIQUES/ADS-- B-- OUT :New 2.02.00 § 2.02.25
fonctionalities avionics with Mod 8626 and 1.05.10
- PROCEDURES AND TECHNIQUES/ADVERSE WEATHER :
Procedure reviewed p025_001 2.02.08
- PROCEDURES AND TECHNIQUES/POWER PLANT : Wording
correction p004_001 2.02.11
- PROCEDURES AND TECHNIQUES/FLIGHT CHARACTERISTICS
Wording correction 2.02.12
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DATE REASON FOR ISSUE (MAJOR EVENTS) CHAP INVOLVED
DEC 13 * ACTION ON PART II
- PROCEDURES AND TECHNIQUES/OPERATIONS BELOW - 35_C
GROUND TEMPERATURE :New modification added p001_001 2.02.20
- PROCEDURES AND TECHNIQUES/MPC : Updated procedure 2.02.21
- NORMAL PROCEDURES/BEFORE PROPELLER ROTATION :
Updated procedure and wording correction p001_001.New variant
(MOD 5908 :Boost) p001_500 2.03.10
- NORMAL PROCEDURES/LANDING :Updated procedure and
wording correction p001_100;p001A150;p002_100;p002_500;
p002A150 2.03.14
- NORMAL PROCEDURES/BEFORE DESCENT-- DESCENT :
Updated procedure p002_001 ;p003_001 2.03.16
- NORMAL PROCEDURES/BEFORE LANDING : Updated procedure
wording correction p001_001;p001_100;p001_200 2.03.18
- NORMAL PROCEDURES/LANDING : Updated procedure
and wording correction p001_001;p001_100 2.03.19
- NORMAL PROCEDURES/DAILY CHECKS :Caution added
p001_001.; 2.03.24
- EMERGENCY PROCEDURES/INTRODUCTION :Wording
correction p002_100. 2.04.01
- EMERGENCY PROCEDURES/MISCELLANEOUS :Wording
correction p009_001. 2.04.05
- PROCEDURES FOLLOWING FAILURE/INTRODUCTION : Wording
correction p002_100. 2.05.01
- PROCEDURES FOLLOWING FAILURE/AVIONICS :Wording
correction p026_001;p026_100. 2.05.12
- LOADING - FUEL - BALANCE CHART/CARGO LANDING :Link
correction for WBM p001_001. 2.06.02
- LOADING - FUEL - BALANCE CHART/FUEL LANDING :Wording
correction p002_001 and p002_180 2.06.03
* ACTION ON PART III
- APROACH-- LANDING/APPROACH CLIMB LIMITING WEIGT :
New variants procedures y002_001;p003_001 3.08.01
- FLIGHT PLANNING/FUEL POLICY :Wording correction p001_500 3.10.01
- SPECIAL OPERATIONS/CONTENT :New item (EFB) p001_001 3.11.00
- SPECIAL OPERATIONS/DISPATCH WITH ATPCS OFF :Wording
corrected p001_200 3.11.08
SPECIAL OPERATIONS/DISPATCH WTH ONE WHEEL BRAKE
DEACTIVED : Wording correction p001_001 3.11.14
- SPECIAL OPERATIONS/EFB :New procedures p001_001;
p002_001;p003_001;p004_001;p005_001;p006_001;p007_001
P008_001 3.11.22
- OPERATIONS ENGINEERING BULLETINS/LIST OF EFFECTIVE
OEB :Updated page p001_001 3.12.20
New OEB n19 :Untimely Pilotseatunlocking 3.12.39
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DATE REASON FOR ISSUE (MAJOR EVENTS) CHAP INVOLVED
NOV 14 TR 07 blanking:
- MOD 7079 :127N SUPER BOOST.
1.16.10/40/45
2.03.06/07/10/
2.03.11/22/24
2.05.02
New Modification “600 version” Standard 2 : Impact with
associated mods:
Mod 6977(Standard 2 NAS upgrade)
Mod 7180 (LPV)
Mod 7181 (VNAV)
Mod 7144 (VNAV P/B)
Mod 7182 (RNP--AR)
Mod 7123 (SBAS GPS)
* ACTION ON PART 0 :
- PRELIMINARY PAGES/STANDARD NOMENCLATURE : 0.50.00
* ACTION ON PART I:
- AFCS/GENERAL : 1.04.10
- AFCS/FLIGHT DIRECTOR 1.04.30
- AFCS/OPERATION 1.04.40
- AFCS/ALTITUDE ALERT 1.04.50
- FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS/AIR DATA SYSTEM 1.10.10
- FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS/INDICATION ON PFD 1.10.22
- NAVIGATION SYSTEM/VOR/ILS/MKR/DME SYSTEM 1.15.10
- NAVIGATION SYSTEM GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM/GPS 1.15.60
- NAVIGATION SYSTEM GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM/FMS 1.15.65
* ACTION ON PART II:
- LIMITATIONS FLIGHT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM/FMS 2.01.07
- PROCEDURES AND TECHNIQUES/OPERATING SPEED DATA 2.02.01
- EMERGENCY PROCEDURES/CONTENTS 2.04.00
- EMERGENCY PROCEDURES/MISCELLANEOUS 2.04.06
- PROCEDURES FOLLOWINGS FAILURE/CONTENTS 2.05.00
- PROCEDURES FOLLOWINGS FAILURE/AVIONICS 2.05.12
* ACTION ON PART III:
- OPERATIONS ENGINEERING BULLETIN/LIST OF EFFECTIVE
OEB 3.12.20
- New OEB n°20 : Undue warning RNP LNAV GUID on
ground at RNP AR departure 3.12.40
- New OEB n°21 : Pitch up in VNAV PATH mode 3.12.41
- New OEB n°22 : Degarded GPS integrity initialisation 3.12.42
- New OEB n°23 : Reversion from VNAV modes to Pitch Hold
mode upon HDG selection 3.12.43
* ACTION ON PART IV :
FMS PILOT’S GUIDE/FMS QUICK ACCESS :Entirely reviewed 4.00.00
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ALL
2 05 09 001 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 09 002 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ALL
2 05 09 003 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 09 004 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ALL
2 05 09 005 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 09 006 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ALL
2 05 09 007 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 09 008 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
2 05 09 009 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ESS
2 05 09 009 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW FJ
FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
2 05 10 001 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 10 002 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ALL
2 05 10 003 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ESS

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3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW FJ
FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
2 05 11 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
2 05 12 001 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
R 2 05 12 002 001 NOV 14 MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV0051-0057
B7 BW ESS0062-0065 ESS0067 ESS9999 FJ FO FY GA
GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
2 05 12 001 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
N 2 05 12 002 130 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977+7182
AV0058-0064 ESS0061 PG
2 05 12 003 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
R 2 05 12 004 001 NOV 14 MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV0051-0057
B7 BW ESS0062-0065 ESS0067 ESS9999 FJ FO FY GA
GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
2 05 12 003 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
N 2 05 12 004 130 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977+7182
AV0058-0064 ESS0061 PG
2 05 12 005 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
R 2 05 12 006 001 NOV 14 MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV0051-0057
B7 BW ESS0062-0065 ESS0067 ESS9999 FJ FO FY GA
GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
2 05 12 005 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
N 2 05 12 006 130 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977+7182
AV0058-0064 ESS0061 PG
R 2 05 12 007 001 NOV 14 MOD 5948
R 2 05 12 008 001 NOV 14 MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV0051-0057
B7 BW ESS0062-0065 ESS0067 ESS9999 FJ FO FY GA
GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
N 2 05 12 007 130 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977+7182
N 2 05 12 008 130 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977+7182
AV0058-0064 ESS0061 PG

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2 05 12 009 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948


2 05 12 010 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ESS
2 05 12 009 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
2 05 12 010 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW FJ
FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
2 05 12 011 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 12 012 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ESS
2 05 12 011 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
2 05 12 012 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW FJ
FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
2 05 12 013 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 12 014 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ESS
2 05 12 013 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 12 014 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW FJ
FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
2 05 12 015 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 12 016 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ALL
2 05 12 017 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 12 018 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ESS
2 05 12 017 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
2 05 12 018 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW FJ
FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
2 05 12 019 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 12 020 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ESS
2 05 12 019 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
2 05 12 020 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW FJ
FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW

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2 05 12 021 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 12 022 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ESS
2 05 12 021 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
2 05 12 022 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW FJ
FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
2 05 12 023 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 12 024 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ESS
2 05 12 023 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
2 05 12 024 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW FJ
FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
2 05 12 025 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 12 026 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948
ESS
2 05 12 025 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
2 05 12 026 100 DEC 13 MOD 5948+6521
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW FJ
FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
2 05 12 027 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 12 028 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ESS
2 05 12 027 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
2 05 12 028 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW FJ
FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
N 2 05 12 029 100 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977
N 2 05 12 030 100 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977
AD0079-0080 AH ALX ESS0062-0063 FJ0052 FO0077-
0078 GA0058 IW0081-0084 KBZ0059 KJD NM0067 SO
VT
N 2 05 12 029 110 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977+7180
N 2 05 12 030 110 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977+7180
ESS0065
N 2 05 12 029 130 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977+7182
N 2 05 12 030 130 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977+7182
AV0058-0064 PG

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N 2 05 12 029 240 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977+7180+7182
N 2 05 12 030 240 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977+7180 +7182
ESS0061
N 2 05 12 031 130 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977+7182
AV0058-0064 PG
N 2 05 12 031 240 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977+7180+7182
ESS0061
2 05 13 001 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 13 002 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ESS0063-0065 ESS0067 ESS9999
2 05 13 001 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 13 002 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
9W AD0051-0069 AH AK ALX AS1 AT B7 BW FJ FO FY
GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD LI MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG
QDA QV RE SL SO TQ0064-0068 TQ0070 VP VT XR
YW
2 05 13 001 150 FEB 12 MOD 5948+5967
2 05 13 002 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ESS0061-0062
2 05 13 001 150 FEB 12 MOD 5948+5967
2 05 13 002 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
3L AD0070-0080 ASW ATC AV KJD M1 TQ0071-0073
2 05 13 003 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 13 004 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ALL
2 05 13 005 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ALL
2 05 14 001 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 14 002 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ALL
2 05 14 003 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 14 004 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ALL
2 05 14 005 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 14 006 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ALL
2 05 14 007 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 14 008 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ALL
2 05 14 009 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 14 010 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ALL

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2 05 14 011 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 05 14 012 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ALL
2 06 00 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
2 06 01 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
2 06 02 001 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948
ALL
2 06 03 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
2 06 03 002 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063-0065 ESS0067 ESS9999 FJ FO FY
GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM
P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
2 06 03 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
2 06 03 002 180 DEC 13 MOD 5948+(8124 or 8125)
ESS0062
2 06 03 003 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 06 03 004 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
2 06 03 003 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
2 06 03 004 002 APR 11 LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
2 06 03 005 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
2 06 03 006 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
2 06 03 005 002 APR 11 LB MOD 5948
2 06 03 006 002 APR 11 LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
2 06 03 007 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
2 06 03 008 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW

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2 06 03 007 002 APR 11 LB MOD 5948


2 06 03 008 002 APR 11 LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
2 06 03 009 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
2 06 03 010 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
2 06 03 009 002 APR 11 LB MOD 5948
2 06 03 010 002 APR 11 LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
2 06 04 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
2 06 04 002 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
2 06 04 003 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
2 06 04 004 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 01 00 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 01 01 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
3 01 01 002 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 01 01 003 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 01 02 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 01 03 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 01 04 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
3 01 04 002 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 01 05 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 02 00 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 02 01 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
3 02 01 002 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 02 02 001 100 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 02 02 002 100 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
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3 02 02 003 100 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 02 02 004 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 02 02 005 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 02 02 006 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 02 02 007 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 02 02 008 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 02 02 009 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 02 02 010 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 02 02 011 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 03 00 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 03 01 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
3 03 01 002 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061-0063 ESS0065 ESS0067 ESS9999 FJ FO FY
GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM
P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 03 01 001 002 APR 11 TC MOD 5948
3 03 01 002 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ESS0064
3 03 02 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
3 03 02 002 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 03 02 003 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ESS0065 ESS0067 ESS9999
3 03 02 003 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
3 03 02 004 550 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M
MOD (4671 or 5555)+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061-0064 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD
LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ
VP VT XR YW
3 03 02 005 550 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 4671+5948
3 03 02 006 550 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 4671+5948
ESS0063-0064

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3 03 02 005 560 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF


MOD 5555+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0062
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI0051-0052 MH MXD
MYP QDA QV SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 02 005 560 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF
MOD 5555+5948
3 03 02 006 560 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF
MOD 5555+5948
B7 BW ESS0061 FJ FO LI0053-0054 M1 NM P3 PG RE
TQ0064-0068 VT
3 03 02 005A 560 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON
MOD (5555+5908)+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0062
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI0051-0052 MH MXD
MYP QDA QV SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 02 006 560 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF
MOD 5555+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0062
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI0051-0052 MH MXD
MYP QDA QV SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 02 006A 560 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON
MOD (5555+5908)+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0062
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI0051-0052 MH MXD
MYP QDA QV SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 03 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - 127M MOD 5948
3 03 03 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - 127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 03 03 002A 500 APR 11 PW127F - 127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 03 03 003 300 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 03 03 004 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 03 03 004A 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 03 03 005 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 03 03 005A 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 03 03 006 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
ATC ESS9999

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3 03 03 006 550 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF
MOD 3522+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 FJ FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ
KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL
SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 03 03 006 552 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 3522+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 03 03 006A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
ATC
3 03 03 006A 550 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON
MOD (3522+5908)+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV ESS0065 FY GA
GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV SL SO
TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 03 006A 552 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB
MOD (3522+5908)+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 03 007 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
ATC ESS9999
3 03 03 007 550 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF
MOD 3522+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7 BW
ESS0061-0065 ESS0067 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ
KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL
SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 03 03 007A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
ATC
3 03 03 007A 550 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ONMOD (3522+5908)+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV ESS0062
ESS0064-0065 ESS0067 FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD
KJD LI0051-0052 MH MXD MYP QDA QV SL SO
TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 03 04 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW

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3 03 04 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948


3 03 04 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 03 04 002A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 002A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 04 003 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 003 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 03 04 004 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 03 04 003 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 04 003 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
3 03 04 004 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054
3 03 04 003A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 003A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 04 004 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 004 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 04 004A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW

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3 03 04 004A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 04 005 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 005 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 03 04 006 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 03 04 005 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 04 005 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
3 03 04 006 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054
3 03 04 005A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 005A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 04 006 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 006 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 04 006A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 006A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
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3 03 04 007 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW

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3 03 04 007 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948


3 03 04 008 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 03 04 007 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 04 007 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
3 03 04 008 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054
3 03 04 007A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 007A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 04 008 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 008 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 04 008A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 008A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 04 009 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 009 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 03 04 010 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT

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3 03 04 009 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB


MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 04 009 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
3 03 04 010 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054
3 03 04 009A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 009A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 04 010 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 010 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 04 010A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 010A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 04 011 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 011 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 03 04 012 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 03 04 011 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 04 011 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
3 03 04 012 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054

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3 03 04 011A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 011A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 04 012 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 012 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 04 012A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 012A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 04 013 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 03 04 013 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 03 04 013A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 03 04 013A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 03 05 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
3 03 05 002 001 APR 11 212A MOD 5948
ALL
3 03 06 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 04 00 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 04 01 001 500 APR 11 PW127F-127M MOD 5948
ALL

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3 04 02 001 300 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 04 02 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 04 02 001 300 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 04 02 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 04 02 003 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 04 02 003 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 04 03 001 300 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 04 03 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 04 03 001 300 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 04 03 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 04 03 003 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 04 03 003 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 04 04 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 04 04 002 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 04 04 001 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 04 04 002 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI

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3 04 04 003 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948


3 04 04 004 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 04 04 003 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 04 04 004 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 04 04 005 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 04 04 006 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 04 04 005 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 04 04 006 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 04 04 007 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 04 04 008 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 04 04 007 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 04 04 008 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 04 04 009 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 04 04 010 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 04 04 009 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 04 04 010 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 04 04 011 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 04 05 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
3 04 05 002 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL

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3 04 05 003 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948


3 04 05 004 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 04 05 005 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 05 00 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 05 01 001 500 APR 11 PW127F-127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 05 02 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 05 02 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 05 02 001 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 05 02 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 05 02 003 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 05 02 004 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 05 02 003 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 05 02 004 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 05 02 005 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 05 02 006 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 05 02 005 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 05 02 006 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 05 02 007 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 05 02 008 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW

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3 05 02 007 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948


3 05 02 008 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 05 02 009 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 05 02 010 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 05 02 009 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 05 02 010 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 05 02 011 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 05 02 011 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 05 03 001 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 05 03 002 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 05 03 001 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 05 03 002 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 05 03 003 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 05 03 004 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 05 03 003 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 05 03 004 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 05 03 005 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 05 03 006 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW

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3 05 03 005 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 05 03 006 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 05 03 007 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 05 03 008 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 05 03 007 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 05 03 008 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 05 03 009 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 05 03 010 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 05 03 009 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 05 03 010 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 05 03 011 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 05 03 012 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 05 03 011 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 05 03 012 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 05 03 013 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 05 03 014 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 05 03 013 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 05 03 014 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI

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3 05 03 015 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948


3 05 03 016 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 05 03 015 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 05 03 016 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 05 03 017 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 05 03 018 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 05 03 017 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 05 03 018 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 06 01 001 500 FEB 12 PW127F - 127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 06 02 001 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 06 02 001 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 06 03 001 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 06 03 001 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 07 00 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 07 01 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - 127M MOD 5948
ALL

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3 07 02 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948


3 07 02 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 07 02 001 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 07 02 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 07 03 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 07 03 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 07 03 001 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 07 03 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 08 00 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 08 01 001 020 APR 11 MOD 5948
3 08 01 002 001 DEC 13 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
ALL
3 08 01 002A 520 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 08 01 002B 520 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0062
ESS0064-0065 ESS0067 FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD
KJD LI0051-0052 MH MXD MYP QDA QV SL SO
TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 08 01 002C 520 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0062
ESS0064-0065 ESS0067 FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD
KJD LI0051-0052 MH MXD MYP QDA QV SL SO
TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 08 01 003 001 DEC 13 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 08 01 003A 520 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 08 02 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL

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3 08 03 001 200 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948


3 08 03 002 200 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
9W AD0071-0080 AH AS1 ASW0053 AT ATC ESS0061
ESS0063 ESS9999 KJD M1 SO TQ VP YW
3 08 03 001 202 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 08 03 002 202 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0064 FO
3 08 03 001 300 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5561+5948
3 08 03 002 300 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5561+5948
ESS0065
3 08 03 001 302 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5561+5948
3 08 03 002 302 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5561+5948
ESS0067
3 08 03 001 340 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 6055+5948
3 08 03 002 340 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 6055+5948
3L AD0051-0070 AK ALX ASW0051-0052 AV B7 BW FJ
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG
QDA QV RE SL VT XR
3 08 03 001 342 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 6055+5948
3 08 03 002 342 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 6055+5948
ESS0062 LI
3 08 03 003 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 08 04 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 09 00 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 09 01 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061-0063 ESS0065 ESS0067 ESS9999 FJ FO FY
GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM
P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 09 01 001 002 APR 11 TC MOD 5948
ESS0064
3 09 02 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
3 09 02 002 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
ALL
3 09 02 002A 500 FEB 12 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0062
ESS0064-0065 ESS0067 FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD
KJD LI0051-0052 MH MXD MYP QDA QV SL SO
TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW

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3 09 02 003 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0062
ESS0064-0065 ESS0067 FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD
KJD LI0051-0052 MH MXD MYP QDA QV SL SO
TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 02 003 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 09 02 004 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ FO LI0053-0054
M1 NM P3 PG RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 09 02 003A 500 FEB 12 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0062
ESS0064-0065 ESS0067 FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD
KJD LI0051-0052 MH MXD MYP QDA QV SL SO
TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 02 004 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0062
ESS0064-0065 ESS0067 FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD
KJD LI0051-0052 MH MXD MYP QDA QV SL SO
TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 02 005 300 APR 11 PW127-127F-127M MOD 5948
3 09 02 006 300 APR 11 PW127-127F-127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 09 02 007 300 APR 11 PW127-127F-127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0062
ESS0064-0065 ESS0067 FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD
KJD LI0051-0052 MH MXD MYP QDA QV SL SO
TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 02 007 300 APR 11 PW127-127F-127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 09 02 008 300 APR 11 PW127-127F-127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ FO LI0053-0054
M1 NM P3 PG RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 09 02 007A 300 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0062
ESS0064-0065 ESS0067 FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD
KJD LI0051-0052 MH MXD MYP QDA QV SL SO
TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 02 008 300 APR 11 PW127-127F-127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0062
ESS0064-0065 ESS0067 FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD
KJD LI0051-0052 MH MXD MYP QDA QV SL SO
TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW

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3 09 02 008A 300 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948


3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0062
ESS0064-0065 ESS0067 FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD
KJD LI0051-0052 MH MXD MYP QDA QV SL SO
TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 03 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
3 09 03 002 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 09 03 003 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 09 10 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 10 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 09 10 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 09 10 001 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 10 001 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
3 09 10 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054
3 09 10 001A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 10 001A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 10 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 10 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 10 002A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW

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3 09 10 002A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 10 003 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 10 003 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 09 10 004 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 09 10 003 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 10 003 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
3 09 10 004 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054
3 09 10 003A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 10 003A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 10 004 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 10 004 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 10 004A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 10 004A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 15 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW

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3 09 15 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948


3 09 15 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 09 15 001 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 15 001 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
3 09 15 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054
3 09 15 001A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 15 001A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 15 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 15 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 15 002A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 15 002A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 15 003 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 15 003 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 09 15 004 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 09 15 003 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052

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3 09 15 003 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
3 09 15 004 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054
3 09 15 003A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 15 003A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 15 004 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 15 004 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 15 004A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 15 004A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 16 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 16 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 09 16 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 09 16 001 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 16 001 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
3 09 16 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054

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3 09 16 001A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948


3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 16 001A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 16 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 16 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 16 002A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 16 002A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 16 003 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 16 003 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 09 16 004 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 09 16 003 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 16 003 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
3 09 16 004 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054
3 09 16 003A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 16 003A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052

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3 09 16 004 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948


3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 16 004 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 16 004A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 16 004A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 17 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 17 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 09 17 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 09 17 001 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 17 001 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
3 09 17 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054
3 09 17 001A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 17 001A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 17 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 17 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052

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3 09 17 002A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 17 002A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 17 003 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 17 003 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 09 17 004 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 09 17 003 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 17 003 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
3 09 17 004 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054
3 09 17 003A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 17 003A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 17 004 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 17 004 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 17 004A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 17 004A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052

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3 09 20 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948


3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 20 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 09 20 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 09 20 001 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
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3 09 20 001 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
3 09 20 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054
3 09 20 001A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 20 001A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 20 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 20 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 20 002A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 20 002A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 20 003 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 20 003 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
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3 09 20 003 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 20 003 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
3 09 20 004 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054
3 09 20 003A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 20 003A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 20 004 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 20 004 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 20 004A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 20 004A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 20 005 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 20 005 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 09 20 006 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 09 20 005 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 20 005 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
3 09 20 006 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054

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3 09 20 005A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 20 005A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 20 006 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 20 006 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 20 006A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 20 006A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 20 007 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 20 007 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 09 20 008 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 09 20 007 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 20 007 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
3 09 20 008 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054
3 09 20 007A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 20 007A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052

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3 09 20 008 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948


3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 20 008 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LBMOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 20 008A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 20 008A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 25 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 25 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 09 25 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 09 25 001 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 25 001 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
3 09 25 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054
3 09 25 001A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 25 001A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 25 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 25 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052

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3 09 25 002A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948


3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 25 002A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 25 003 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 25 003 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 09 25 004 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 09 25 003 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 25 003 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
3 09 25 004 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054
3 09 25 003A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 25 003A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 25 004 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 25 004 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 25 004A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 25 004A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
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3 09 25 005 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948


3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 25 005 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 09 25 006 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 09 25 005 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 25 005 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
3 09 25 006 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054
3 09 25 005A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 25 005A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 25 006 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 25 006 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 25 006A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 25 006A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 30 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 30 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 09 30 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT

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3 09 30 001 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 30 001 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
3 09 30 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054
3 09 30 001A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 30 001A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 30 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 30 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 30 002A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 30 002A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 30 003 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 30 003 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 09 30 004 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 09 30 003 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 30 003 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
3 09 30 004 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054

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3 09 30 003A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 30 003A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 30 004 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 30 004 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LBMOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 30 004A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 30 004A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 35 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 35 001 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 09 35 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 09 35 001 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 35 001 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
3 09 35 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054
3 09 35 001A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 35 001A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052

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3 09 35 002 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948


3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 35 002 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LBMOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 35 002A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 35 002A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 35 003 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 35 003 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3 09 35 004 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
B7 BW ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS9999 FJ M1 NM P3 PG
RE TQ0064-0068 VT
3 09 35 003 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 35 003 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
3 09 35 004 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF - LB
MOD 5948
FO LI0053-0054
3 09 35 003A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 35 003A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 09 35 004 500 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 35 004 502 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M BOOST OFF – LB
MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052

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3 09 35 004A 500 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON MOD 5908+5948


3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0065
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD MH MXD MYP QDA QV
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 09 35 004A 502 APR 11 PW127M BOOST ON - LB MOD 5908+5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 LI0051-0052
3 10 00 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 10 01 001 500 DEC 13 PW127F - 127M MOD 5948
3 10 01 002 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 10 02 001 300 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 10 02 002 300 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 10 03 001-002500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 10 04 001 300 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 10 04 002 300 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 10 04 003 300 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 10 04 004 300 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 11 00 001 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948
3 11 00 002 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 11 01 001 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 11 01 002 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - KG MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 11 01 001 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
3 11 01 002 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 11 01 003 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - KG MOD 5948
3 11 01 004 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - KG MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
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3 11 01 004 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
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3 11 01 005 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - KG MOD 5948
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3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
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IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 11 01 005 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 11 01 006 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
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3 11 01 008 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - KG MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 11 01 007 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 11 01 008 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 11 01 009 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - KG MOD 5948
3 11 01 010 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - KG MOD 5948
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ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 11 01 009 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 11 01 010 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 11 01 011 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - KG MOD 5948
3 11 01 012 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - KG MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 11 01 011 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 11 01 012 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI

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ESS0061 ESS0063 ESS0065 ESS9999 FJ FY GA GMR
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QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 11 01 013 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 11 01 014 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 11 01 015 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - KG MOD 5948
3 11 01 016 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - KG MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
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IW J4 KBZ KD KJD M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 11 01 015 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
3 11 01 016 502 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M - LB MOD 5948
ESS0062 ESS0064 ESS0067 FO LI
3 11 01 017 500 FEB 12 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 11 01 017A 500 FEB 12 PW127M - BOOST ON MOD 5948+5908
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV ESS0062
ESS0064-0065 ESS0067 FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD
KJD LI0051-0052 MH MXD MYP QDA QV SL SO
TQ0070-0073 VP XR YW
3 11 02 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW
ESS0061-0065 ESS9999 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ
KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL
SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 11 02 001 100 APR 11 MOD 5948
ESS0067
3 11 03 001 100 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 11 04 001 200 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 11 05 001 200 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 11 06 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 11 07 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL

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ALL
3 11 09 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
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ESS0061 ESS0064-0065 ESS0067 ESS9999 FO FY GA
GMR IW J4 KBZ KD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG
QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP XR YW
3 11 09 001 150 APR 11 MOD 4711+5948
3 11 09 002 150 APR 11 MOD 4711+5948
ESS0062-0063 FJ KJD VT
3 11 09 003 150 APR 11 MOD 4711+5948
3 11 09 004 150 APR 11 MOD 4711+5948
ESS0062-0063 FJ KJD VT
3 11 09 005 150 FEB 12 MOD 4711+5948
3 11 09 006 150 FEB 12 MOD 4711+5948
ESS0063 FJ KJD VT
3 11 09 005 152 FEB 12 LB MOD 4711+5948
3 11 09 006 152 FEB 12 LB MOD 4711+5948
ESS0062
3 11 09 007 150 FEB 12 MOD 4711+5948
3 11 09 008 150 FEB 12 MOD 4711+5948
ESS0063 FJ KJD VT
3 11 09 007 152 FEB 12 LB MOD 4711+5948
3 11 09 008 152 FEB 12 LB MOD 4711+5948
ESS0062
3 11 09 009 150 FEB 12 MOD 4711+5948
ESS0062-0063 FJ KJD VT
3 11 10 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
9W AH AK ALX AT ATC B7 BW ESS0063-0065
ESS0067 ESS9999 FJ0052 FO FY GMR J4 KBZ KD KJD
LI MH P3 PG QV RE SO VP YW
3 11 10 001 550 APR 11 PW127F - PW127M MOD 4406+5948
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MXD MYP NM QDA SL TQ VT XR
3 11 11 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
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ESS0061 ESS0063-0065 ESS0067 ESS9999 FJ FO FY
GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM
P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 11 11 001 100 APR 11 MOD 3644+5948
ESS0062

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ALL
3 11 13 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 11 14 001 001 DEC 13 PW127F - PW127M MOD 5948
ALL
3 11 15 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 11 16 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 11 17 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 11 18 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 11 19 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 11 22 001 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948+5785
3 11 22 002 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948+5785
AD AH AS1 ASW0053 AT AV FO KJD M1 NM QV
TQ0071-0073 VP YW
3 11 22 003 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948+5785
3 11 22 004 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948+5785
AD AH AS1 ASW0053 AT AV FO KJD M1 NM QV
TQ0071-0073 VP YW
3 11 22 005 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948+5785
3 11 22 006 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948+5785
AD AH AS1 ASW0053 AT AV FO KJD M1 NM QV
TQ0071-0073 VP YW
3 11 22 007 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948+5785
3 11 22 008 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948+5785
AD AH AS1 ASW0053 AT AV FO KJD M1 NM QV
TQ0071-0073 VP YW
3 12 00 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
3 12 10 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ALL
R 3 12 20 001 001 NOV 14 MOD 5948
N 3 12 20 002 001 NOV 14 MOD 5948
ALL
3 12 21 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ESS

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MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 12 22 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ESS
3 12 22 001 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW FJ
FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 12 23 001 001 APR 11 MOD 5948
ESS
3 12 23 001 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW FJ
FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 12 24 001 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ESS
3 12 24 001 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW FJ
FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 12 25 001 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ESS
3 12 25 001 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW FJ
FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 12 26 001 001 FEB 12 MOD 5948
ESS
3 12 26 001 100 FEB 12 MOD 5948+6521
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW FJ
FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
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0055 ATC AV B7 ESS0064 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW J4
KBZ KD KJD LI M10053-0054 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG
QDA QV RE SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP VT XR YW0058-
0060
3 12 28 001 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948
AD0051 AD0053-0059 AT0051-0052 BW ESS M10051-
0053 P30051 TQ0064-0068 YW0056-0058

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KD KJD LI M10054 MH MXD MYP NM P30052 P30054
P30056 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP VT XR
YW0059-0060
3 12 29 001 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948+6521
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0062 B7 BW FJ0051 FO0074-0076 FY GA0051-0057
GMR IW0071-0080 J4 KBZ0056-0057 KD LI M1 MH
MXD MYP NM P3 QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
N 3 12 29 001 100 NOV 14 MOD 5948+7253+6977
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FO0077-0078 GA0058 IW0081-0084 KBZ0059 KJD PG
3 12 30 001 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948+6521
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV B7 BW FJ
FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 12 31 001 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948+6521
3L 9W AD0051-0079 AK AS1 ASW AT ATC AV0051-
0062 B7 BW FJ0051 FO0074-0076 FY GA0051-0057
GMR IW0071-0080 J4 KBZ0056-0057 KD LI M1 MH
MXD MYP NM P3 QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
N 3 12 31 001 100 NOV 14 MOD 5948+7253+6977
AD0080 AH ALX AV0063-0064 ESS0061 FJ0052
FO0077-0078 GA0058 IW0081-0084 KBZ0059 KJD PG
3 12 32 001 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948+6521
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FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3 12 33 001 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948+6521+6976
AD0072-0078 AS1 AT0053-0055 ATC AV0051-0057
B70056-0062 FJ0051 FO0074-0076 FY0064-0066
GA0051-0057 GMR IW0075-0080 J4 LI0054 MH0062-
0064 MXD0054-0061 MYP NM0065-0066 QDA QV0056-
0058 RE0061-0064 SL XR0064
N 3 12 33 001 100 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977
AD0079-0080 AH ALX AV0058-0064 ESS0061-0063
ESS0065 FJ0052 FO0077-0078 GA0058 IW0081-0084
KBZ0059 KJD NM0067 PG SO VT

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GMR IW0071-0080 J4 KBZ0056-0057 KD LI M1 MH
MXD MYP NM0062-0066 P3 QDA QV RE SL TQ VP XR
YW
N 3 12 34 001 100 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977
AD0079-0080 AH ALX AV0058-0064 ESS0061-0063
ESS0065 FJ0052 FO0077-0078 GA0058 IW0081-0084
KBZ0059 KJD NM0067 PG SO VT
3 12 35 001 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948+6521+6976
AD0072-0078 AS1 AT0053-0055 ATC AV0051-0057
B70056-0062 FJ0051 FO0074-0076 FY0064-0066
GA0051-0057 GMR IW0075-0080 J4 LI0054 MH0062-
0064 MXD0054-0061 MYP NM0065-0066 QDA QV0056-
0058 RE0061-0064 SL XR0064
N 3 12 35 001 100 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977
AD0079-0080 AH ALX AV0058-0064 ESS0061-0063
ESS0065 FJ0052 FO0077-0078 GA0058 IW0081-0084
KBZ0059 KJD NM0067 PG SO VT
3 12 36 001 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948+6521+6976
AD0072-0078 AS1 AT0053-0055 ATC AV0051-0057
B70056-0062 FJ0051 FO0074-0076 FY0064-0066
GA0051-0057 GMR IW0075-0080 J4 LI0054 MH0062-
0064 MXD0054-0061 MYP NM0065-0066 QDA QV0056-
0058 RE0061-0064 SL XR0064
N 3 12 36 001 100 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977
AD0079-0080 AH ALX AV0058-0064 ESS0061-0063
ESS0065 FJ0052 FO0077-0078 GA0058 IW0081-0084
KBZ0059 KJD NM0067 PG SO VT
3 12 37 001 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948+6521+7055
ATC AV0051-0057
N 3 12 37 001 100 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977
AD0079-0080 AH ALX AV0058-0064 ESS0061-0063
ESS0065 FJ0052 FO0077-0078 GA0058 IW0081-0084
KBZ0059 KJD NM0067 PG SO VT
3 12 38 001 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948+6521+7055
ATC AV
3 12 39 001 001 DEC 13 MOD 5948
ALL
N 3 12 40 001 001 NOV 14 MOD 6977+7182
AV0058-0064 ESS0061 PG

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AV0058 AV0061-0064 ESS0061 ESS0063 PG
N 3 12 42 001 001 NOV 14 MOD 6977+7180
ESS0061 ESS0065
N 3 12 43 001 001 NOV 14 MOD 6977+7181
AV0058 AV0061-0064 ESS0061 ESS0063 PG
N 4 00 00 001 000 NOV 14 MOD 5948
3L 9W AD0051-0078 AK AS1 ASW AT ATC AV0051-
0057 B7 BW ESS0064 ESS0067 ESS9999 FJ0051
FO0074-0076 FY GA0051-0057 GMR IW0071-0080 J4
KBZ0056-0057 KD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM0062-0066
P3 QDA QV RE SL TQ VP XR YW
N 4 00 00 001 100 NOV 14 MOD 5948+6977
AD0079-0080 AH ALX AV0058-0064 ESS0061-0063
ESS0065 FJ0052 FO0077-0078 GA0058 IW0081-0084
KBZ0059 KJD NM0067 PG SO VT

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0043 REPLACE KING RADIO NAV-RADIO COMM


EQUIPMENT BY COLLINS
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
0069 AFCS.USE OF A CAT.II APPROVED AP/FD
DOWN TO 50 FT.
ESS0062
0352 1 ICE & RAIN PROTECTION - STABILIZERS.
DE ICING DORSAL FIN LEDGE FAIRING.
ESS0062
1112 1.2.3 AUTO FLIGHT - RETROFIT CAT II
CAPABILITE TO A/C DELIVERED CAT 1
CAPABILITY
ESS0062
1225 1.2 FUEL - INSTALL REFUEL/DEFUEL
COUPLING ON R.WING LEADING EDGE
ESS0062
1367 1 ICE & RAIN PROTECTION - FIN DE ICING
INSTALLATION
ATC ESS0062
1368 ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION - INSTALL
INNER WING DE-ICING SYSTEM
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
1383 GENERAL - CHARACTERISTIC WEIGHTS -
MTOW 21.500 KG,MLW 21.350 KG,MZFW
19.700 KG - DEFINE PERFORMANCE
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
1603 ELECTRICAL POWER - INSTALL TRU ON
PROVISION
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV
B7 BW ESS0061-0065 FJ FO FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM
P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR
YW

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1742 1.2 ICE & RAIN PROTECTION - NON
EMBODIMENT OF MOD 1553
AS1 AV0051 AV0053 ESS0062
1861 1.2 FUSELAGE - ATR 72 (ST3) FUSELAGE
DEFINITION
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
2059 1.2 EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS - PASSENGER
COMPARTMENT - INSTALL AN AFT RIGHT
CARGO COMPARTMENT
ESS0062
2141 1 WATER/WASTE - TOILET TANK - INSTALL
DC MOTOR
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX ASW AT AV B7 BW
ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW J4
KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
2308 1.2 INDICATING & RECORDING SYSTEMS -
DELETE ENGINE OIL LOW PRESS
WARNING INHIBITION AT TAKE OFF
AS1 ESS0062
2417 1 ICE & RAIN PROTECTION - ANTI-ICING
ADVISORY SYSTEM (FAA DEFINITION)
AS1 ESS0062
2456 2 COMMUNICATIONS - RELOCATE VHF2
ANTENNA ON UPPER FUSELAGE
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
2510 1 OXYGEN - PASSENGERS - INSTALL
AUTOMATIC PRESENTATION SYSTEM
FOR 100% PASSENGERS
ESS0062
2549 1 DOORS - PASSENGER/CREW DOOR -
MODIFY 2ND HANDRAIL ATTACHMENT
FITTINGS
LI0054 M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW 3L 9W AD
AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7 BW
ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW J4
KBZ KD KJD LI0051-0053

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2595 1.2 EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS - ATR 72 -
MODIFY A/C FOR CARGO CONTAINER
LOADING
ESS0062
2643 1.2 FUSELAGE - REPLACE ATR72 (ST2)
SECTION 16 BY ATR72 (ST3) SECTION 16
ESS0062
2729 1 DOORS - PASSENGERS/CREW DOOR -
INSTALL MOTORIZED KINEMATICS
ESS0062
2735 1.2.3 ENGINE INDICATING - CHANGE
SOFTWARE AS 06 IN E.E.C
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
2796 1 LIGHTS - ATR 72 - INSTALL A
SECOND NAVIGATION LIGHT IN WING TIP
AND TAIL CONE
ESS0062
3037 1.2 PNEUMATIC - ECS - MODIFY CROSSFEED
VALVE OPENING CONTROL DURING
TAXIING
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV
B7 BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM
P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR
YW
3305 1.2 IGNITION - MODIFY THE CONTROL
SYSTEM
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3465 1 ELECTRICAL POWER - REPLACE AC GCU
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW

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3522 2.3 GENERAL - CERTIFY ATR 72 FOR 15 KT
TAILWIND LANDING
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0065 ESS0067 FJ FO FY GA
GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP
VT XR YW
3530 1.2 FLIGHT CONTROLS - ELEVATORS -
INSTALL CLUTCH RECONDITIONING
DEVICE ON EXISTING PROVISION
(PRODUCTION SCHEME)
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3608 1.2 FLIGHT CONTROLS - ELEVATORS -
INSTALL FORCE DETECTOR RODS ON
EXISTING FULL PROVISIONS
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3644 COMMUNICATIONS-COLLINS HF SYST.
REPLACE KEVLAR DSA SUPPORT BY
METALLIC ONE
ESS0062
3663 1.2 GENERAL - INSTALL OVERBOARD
EXHAUST FOR HBOV, SHROUD BLEED
FUEL FLOW TRANSMITTER AND JET
PUMP OF ATR72.210
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3827 1.2 PROPELLERS - ADD FAILURE INDICATION
OF SYNCHROPHASER
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
3849 2 GENERAL - INCREASE MZFW TO 20000
KGS
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW

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3986 1 LANDING GEAR - NLG EMERGENCY
EXTENSION SYSTEM - ADD FREE FALL
ASSISTER
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
4019 1 DOORS - PASSENGER/CREW DOOR -
REPLACE A 2ND HANDRAIL BY A SEMI
AUTOMATIC HANDRAIL
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
4050 1 ICE & RAIN PROTECTION - AIRFOIL &
PROPELLER DE-ICING - INSTALL AN
AUTOMATIC CYCLE SELECTION
CONTROL
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
4080 1 EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS -
EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT - REPLACE
EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
4111 1.2 CONTINUOUS IGNITION -
TRANSFORMATION IN "MAN IGNITION"
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0063 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
4116 1.2 HYDRAULIC POWER - RELOCATE GREEN
PUMP CONTROL CIRCUIT BREAKER
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW

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4169 1 ENGINE - STANDARD PRACTICES -
ENGINES - GENERAL - ADAPT FLIGHT
IDLE
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH0061 MH0063-
0064 MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL
SO TQ VP VT XR YW
4213 1 FLIGHT CONTROLS - FLAPS - MODIFY
FLAPS CTL LOGIC (SHUNT)
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
4237 1.2 INDICATING & RECORDING SYSTEMS -
INSTALL STANDARD L52 MFC
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP0052
NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR
YW
4238 1.2 INDICATING & RECORDING SYSTEMS -
INSTALL STANDARD L23 MFC
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
4295 IGNITION - CONVERT "MAN IGNITION" IN
"CONTINOUS RELIGHT"
ESS0062
4358 1 DOORS - SERVICE DOOR - REPLACE THE
OLD OPENING DEVICE BY A NEW RIGID
MECHANISM
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH0061 MH0063-
0064 MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL
SO TQ VP VT XR YW0056-0059
4366 1.2 AUTO FLIGHT - MODIFY ELECTRICAL
POWER SUPPLIES
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW

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4373 1.2 FLIGHT CONTROLS - AILERONS
CONTROLS - INSTALL SPRING TAB WITH
"ANTI-RAFALE" SYSTEM
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
4384 2 GENERAL - EXTEND OPERATIONAL
ENVELOPE TO 40 C + ISA
9W ESS0061-0063 ESS0065 ESS9999
LI0051-0052
4406 2.3 GENERAL - OPERATION FROM NARROW
RUNWAYS
3L AD AS1 ASW AV ESS0061-0062 FJ0051
GA IW M1 MXD MYP NM QDA SL TQ VT XR
4411 1.2 OXYGEN - DISTRIBUTION - MODIFY
THE SYSTEM FOR 25% OF THE
PASSENGERS
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0063 ESS0065 FJ FO FY GA
GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP
VT XR YW
4422 1 DOORS - PASSENGER/CREW DOOR -
INVERT HANDLE & MODIFY SEMI
AUTOMATIC HAND-RAIL
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP
NM0062-0066 P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ
VP VT XR YW
4439 2 FUSELAGE - SECT. 18 - INSTALL
VERTICAL FIN WITH CARBON EPOXY BOX
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0064 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
4457 1.2.3 PROPELLERS - INSTALL 568F
PROPELLERS ON ATR 72-210
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
4511 1.2 FIRE PROTECTION - MODIFY A/C FOR
CONTAINER TRANSPORTATION
ASW ESS0061-0062 M1

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4571 1 INDICATING & RECORDING SYSTEMS -
INSTALL MFC S4 ON ATR 72-210
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
4584 1 PNEUMATIC - AIR LEAK DETECTION
SYSTEM - REPLACE SENSING ELEMENTS
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
4585 1 FUSELAGE - CENTER SECTION (STA
11132 TO 13319) - INSTALL SOUND
INSULATION BLANKETS
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
4671 2.3 GENERAL - INCREASE MTOW TO 22500
KGS & MZFW TO 20300 KGS & MLW TO
22350 KGS
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0064 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
4673 2 FLIGHT CONTROLS - AILERON TRIM -
PROHIBIT TRIM OPERATION WITH AP
ENGAGED
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
4686 2 FUEL - QUANTITY INDICATION - ADD LOW
LEVEL DETECTION SYSTEM
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ0064-0066
TQ0068 TQ0070-0073 VP VT XR YW
4711 3 NAVIGATION - ETOPS - CAPABILITY FOR
ETOPS FLIGHT
ESS0062-0063 FJ KJD VT
4804 1 OXYGEN - INSTALL A 100% OXYGEN
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM 68 PAX
ESS0061-0063

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5008 1.2 ICE & RAIN PROTECTION - ICE
DETECTION - MOD. OPERATION OF
"ICING" LEGEND OF ICE DETECT/PTT
PUSHBUTTON SWITCH
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
5016 1 NAVIGATION - RADAR - INSTALL NEW
PRIMUS 660 WEATHER RADAR
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
5017 1 COMMUNICATIONS - CABIN & FLIGHT
CREW CALL SYSTEM - ADD "EMER CALL"
ON A NEW-LOOK CONFIG. ATTENDANT
HANDSET
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
5018 1 COMMUNICATIONS - CABIN & FLIGHT
CREW CALL SYSTEM - ADD "EMER CALL"
ON TWO NEW-LOOK CONFIG.
ATTENDANT HANDESTS
3L 9W AD AK ALX ASW0051-0052 AT AV B7
BW ESS0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ
KD KJD LI MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
RE SL SO TQ0071-0073 VP VT XR YW
5040 1 LIGHTS - EMERGENCY LIGHTING-
GROUND MARKING OF EVACUATION
WAY IN PAX CABIN
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR
IW0072-0084 J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH
MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO
TQ VP VT XR YW
5140 1.2 OXYGEN - INSTALL OXYGEN
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM IN COCKPIT AND
REAR AREA
3L 9W AS1 ASW0053 AV ESS0061-0063
LI0051-0052 M1

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5150 2 GENERAL - EXTENSION OF THE FWD CG
LIMITS
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0064 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
5213 2 GENERAL - INCREASE MZFW BY 200 KG
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV
B7 BW ESS0061-0062 ESS0064 FJ FO FY
GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD
MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP
VT XR YW
5243 1.2 NAVIGATION - 2ND DME/GNSS
INSTALLATION/DUAL HT1000 PROVISION
WITH COUPLING ON 2ND DME
ESS0062
5373 1 EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS - SPECIFIC
HARMONY CHANGE SEAT PNC
FORWARD
ESS0062
5377 1.2 EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS - WIRING FOR
COCKPIT ENTRANCE SECURISED
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ
KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG
QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
5390 GENERAL - VIDEO CABIN SURVEILLANCE
3L 9W AH AK ALX AS1 ASW0051-0052 AT
AV B7 BW0053-0055 ESS0062 FJ FO GMR
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI NM PG QDA RE SO
TQ0071-0073 VP VT YW
5434 1.2 EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS - INS TALL
DOOR ON ELECTRICAL PROVISION
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW0051-0052
AT AV B7 BW ESS0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW
5465 2 EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS - SECURIZED
DOOR - REPLACE FITTINGS ON
STRUCTURE
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW0051-0052
AT ATC AV B7 BW ESS0062 FJ FO FY GA
GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI MH MXD MYP
NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR
YW

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5506 2 COMMUNICATIONS - INSTALL ACARS
COLLINS CMU 4000 AND VOL2
ESS0062
5555 2 GENERAL - INCREASE MZFW AND WTOW
BY 300 KGS OF 72-500 MODEL
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV
B7 BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM
P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR
YW
5561 3 LANDING GEAR - MLG-REPLACE DUNLOP
WHEELS & BRAKES BY MESSIER
BUGATTI ONES
3L AD0051-0070 AK ALX ASW0051-0052 AV
B7 BW ESS0062 ESS0065 ESS0067 FJ FY
GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD LI MH MXD MYP
NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL VT XR
5713 2 EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS - VIDEO
CABIN SYSTEM
ESS0062
5731 2 GENERAL - SHORT RUNWAYS TAKE - OFF
FOR 72-212A
3L 9W AD ALX ASW0051-0052 ATC AV B7
ESS0061-0062 GA KJD LI M1 NM TQ YW
5736 3 GENERAL - COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT AV B7
BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW
J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3
PG QDA QV RE SL TQ VP VT XR YW
5785 SYSTEM INTEGRATION & DISPLAY -
INSTALL TWO ELECTRONIC FLIGHT BAGS
IN COCKPIT
AD AH AS1 ASW0053 AT AV FO KJD M1
NM QV TQ0071-0073 VP YW
5908 1.3 ENGINE - BOOST FUNCTION
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV
ESS0062 ESS0064-0065 ESS0067 FY GA
GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI0051-0052 MH
MXD MYP QDA QV SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP
XR YW
5918 EQUIPMENT / FURNISHINGS - CABIN
CONFIGURATION 72 PAX 30" WITH "A"
GALLEY
ESS0063

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5948 NAVIGATION - INSTALL NEW AVIONICS
SUITE
ALL
5959 COMMUNICATIONS - INSTALL ACARS
FOR NEW AVIONICS SUITE
9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW0051-0052 AT
ATC AV BW ESS0062 FJ FY LI0051-0052
MH MYP P3 QDA QV0057-0058 TQ0071-
0073 VP XR
5960 COMMUNICATIONS - INSTALL DUAL HF
FOR THE NEW AVIONICS SUITE
9W ATC ESS0062 FJ KJD LI0051-0052 VT
5961 COMMUNICATIONS - INSTALL SINGLE HF
FOR THE NEW AVIONICS SUITE
AD AH ALX AS1 ASW0051-0052 ATC
ESS0062 FY GA GMR IW KBZ0056-0057 KD
MH MXD MYP P3 QDA QV SL SO TQ VP XR
5962 NAVIGATION - 2ND DME FOR NEW
AVIONICS SUITE
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV
B7 BW ESS0061-0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR
IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM
P3 PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR
YW
5963 NAVIGATION - 2ND ADF FOR NEW
AVIONICS SUITE
3L 9W AH ALX AS1 ASW0051-0052 AT ATC
B7 BW ESS0062 FJ FO FY GA GMR IW J4
KBZ KJD LI MH MXD NM P3 PG QV RE SL
SO TQ VP VT YW
5964 NAVIGATION - STEEP APPROACH FOR
NEW AVIONICS SUITE
3L AD0070-0080 ATC ESS0062
5965 NAVIGATION - INSTALL 2ND GPS FOR
NEW AVIONICS SUITE
3L 9W AD0052-0080 AK ASW ATC AV B7
ESS0061-0062 FJ GMR J4 KBZ KD KJD LI
M1 MYP NM PG QDA RE SO TQ0071-0073
VP VT XR YW
5967 NAVIGATION - INSTALL SECOND RADIO
ALTIMETER
3L AD0070-0080 ASW ATC AV ESS0061-
0062 KJD M1 TQ0071-0073

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6055 2 LANDING GEAR - NEW MESSIER-BUGATTI
BRAKES
3L AD0051-0070 AK ALX ASW0051-0052 AV
B7 BW ESS0062 FJ FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ
KD LI MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE
SL VT XR
6150 EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS - ADAPT
CABIN VIDEO SYSTEM TO THE CABIN
CONFIGURATION
ATC ESS0062
6156 GENERAL - EXTEND ENVIRONMENTAL
ENVELOPE TO -45°C FOR ATR 72
ESS0065 ESS0067 ESS9999
6219 GENERAL - MZFW AND MTOW INCREASE
BY 200KG (MZFW TO 21000KG and MTOW
TO 23000KG)
3L 9W AD0060-0080 AH AK ALX ASW0053
AT ATC AV B7 FJ FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ
KD KJD LI MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP VT XR YW0059-
0060
6258 COMMUNICATIONS - INSTALL SELCAL
SYSTEM FOR THE NEW AVIONICS SUITE
AH ALX ATC ESS0062 FJ FY GA GMR IW
J40051-0054 J40057 J40059 KBZ KJD MH
MXD MYP QDA QV SL TQ0071-0073 VP VT
XR
6453 OXYGEN - ADAPT 100% OXYGEN SYSTEM
TO NEW AVIONICS SUITE
3L 9W AS1 ASW0053 AV ESS0061 LI0051-
0052 M1
6454 FIRE PROTECTION - ADAPT CONTAINER
TRANSPORTATION CAPABILITY TO N.A.S.
ASW ESS0062 M1
6521 NAVIGATION - REPLACE AVIONICS SUITE
SOFTWARE BY L2B2
3L 9W AD AH AK ALX AS1 ASW AT ATC AV
B7 BW FJ FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD
KJD LI M1 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA
QV RE SL SO TQ VP VT XR YW

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6560 EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS - REPLACE
SEVERAL OVERHEAD PANEL
INDICATIONS FOR COCKPIT COLOR
3L 9W AD0060-0080 AH AK ALX AS1 ASW
AT ATC AV B7 BW0051 BW0054 FJ FO FY
GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M10054 MH
MXD MYP NM P30054 P30056 PG QDA QV
RE SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP VT XR0058-
0064 YW0060
6635 NAVIGATION - INSTALL AIRPORT
NAVIGATION FUNCTION
ATC ESS0062
6754 NAVIGATION - REPLACE T2CAS
COMPUTER (INTEGRATION OF CHANGE
7.1)
3L 9W AD0057-0080 AH AK ALX AS1 ASW
AT0053-0055 ATC AV B7 BW0053-0055 FJ
FO FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M1
MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE SL
SO TQ0070-0073 VP VT XR YW
6760 COMMUNICATIONS - REPLACE VHF4000
3L 9W AD0057-0080 AH AK ALX AS1 ASW
AT0053-0055 ATC AV B7 ESS0064 FJ FO
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M10053-
0054 MH MXD MYP NM P3 PG QDA QV RE
SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP VT XR YW0058-
0060
6830 ELECTRICAL POWER - EXTERNAL
POWER - DISCONNECT WIRES ON AC &
DC GPU DOORS SWITCHES
3L 9W AD0052 AD0060-0080 AH AK ALX
AS1 ASW AT0053-0055 ATC AV B7 FJ FO
FY GA GMR IW J4 KBZ KD KJD LI M10054
MH MXD MYP NM P30052 P30054 P30056
PG QDA QV RE SL SO TQ0070-0073 VP VT
XR YW0059-0060
6965 GENERAL - ALLOW ENVIRONMENTAL
ENVELOPE EXTENSION TO -450C FOR
ATR72
ESS0061-0063 ESS0065 ESS0067

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6976 INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-
UPGRADE NAS SOFTWARE WITH
"STANDARD 1"
AD0072-0080 AH ALX AS1 AT0053-0055
ATC AV B70056-0062 FJ FO FY0064-0066
GA GMR IW0075-0084 J4 KBZ0059 KJD
LI0054 MH0062-0064 MXD0054-0061 MYP
NM0065-0067 PG QDA QV0056-0058
RE0061-0064 SL SO VT XR0064
6977 INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - NAS
SOFTWARE ENHANCEMENT (STANDARD
2)
AD0079-0080 AH ALX AV0058-0064
ESS0061-0063 ESS0065 FJ0052 FO0077-
0078 GA0058 IW0081-0084 KBZ0059 KJD
NM0067 PG SO VT
7055 GENERAL- HIGH ALTITUDE AIRPORT
OPERATION UP TO 11000FT ON ATR 72-
212A
ATC AV
7079 ENGIN - INSTALL A PW127N ENGINE
AV
7123 NAVIGATION - INSTALL GPS SBAS
AD0078-0080 AH ALX AS1 AV0058-0064
B70062 ESS0061 FJ0052 FO0077-0078
GA0058 IW0080-0084 KBZ0059 KJD
MH0064 MXD0060-0061 NM0066-0067 PG
QV0058 SO VT
7144 NAVIGATION - REPLACE FGCP BY ONE
WITH VNAV P/B
AV0061-0064 ESS0061 PG
7169 NAVIGATION - ADS-B OUT V0 ACTIVATION
ON XPDR RCZ-852
AD0077-0080 AH ALX AV0060-0064
B70061-0062 ESS0062 FJ FO0077-0078
FY0066 GA0057-0058 IW0079-0084 J40059-
0060 KBZ0059 KJD MH0063-0064
MXD0060-0061 NM0066-0067 PG QDA
QV0058 SO VT XR0064
7180 NAVIGATION - ACTIVATE LPV FUNCTION
ESS0061 ESS0065
7181 NAVIGATION - ACTIVATE VNAV
FUNCTION
AV0058 AV0061-0064 ESS0061 ESS0063
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72 List of Modifications

MODIF PARTS TITLE


VALIDITY
7182 NAVIGATION - ACTIVATE RNP AR 0.3/1 NM
FUNCTION
AV0058-0064 ESS0061 PG
7253 INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS -
INSTALL ELECTRONIC CHECK LISTS V19
FOLLOWING AFM REVISION
AD0080 AH ALX AV0063-0064 ESS0061
FJ0052 FO0077-0078 GA0058 IW0080-0084
KBZ0059 KJD PG
8044 1.2 GENERAL - 15 kts TAILWING ATR 72
CERTIFICATION
ESS0062 ESS0064
8124 PROPELLERS - DELETE PROPELLER
BRAKE SYSTEM
ESS0062
8125 PROPELLERS - DELETE PROPELLER
BRAKE SYSTEM
ESS0062
8333 1.2 EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS - SECURIZED
DOOR INSTALLATION ON ELECTRICAL
SUPPLY FOR ST2
ESS0062
8367 1.2 INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEM -
INSTALL MPC MSN714
ESS0062
8371 1.2 GENERAL - 30% PAX OXYGEN SUPPLY
ATC ESS0062 ESS0064
8460 2 OXYGEN - INSTALL A 100% OXYGEN
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM 70 PAX
ESS0062

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This table shows, for each delivered aircraft, the cross reference between :
- the fleet serial number (F.S.N.)
- the manufacturing serial number (M.S.N.)
- the registration number
It is the F.S.N. which appears in the L.E.N.P. or L.E.T.P.

F.S.N. M.S.N. REGISTRATION

3L0051 1038 OE-LIB


3L0052 1042 OE-LID
9W0072 1056 VT-JCX
9W0073 1064 VT-JCY
9W0074 1075 VT-JCZ
AD0051 0966 PR-ATR
AD0052 0969 PR-ATB
AD0053 0972 PR-ATE
AD0054 0988 PR-ATG
AD0055 0991 PR-ATH
AD0056 0996 PR-ATJ
AD0057 1020 PR-ATK
AD0058 1026 PR-ATP
AD0059 1027 PR-ATQ
AD0060 1033 PR-ATU
AD0061 1043 PR-ATV
AD0062 1046 PR-ATW
AD0063 1047 PR-ATZ
AD0064 1052 PR-AQA
AD0065 1057 PR-AQC
AD0066 1060 PR-AQD
AD0067 1066 PR-AQE
AD0068 1072 PR-AQF
AD0069 1076 PR-AQG
AD0070 1088 PR-AQI
AD0071 1100 PR-AQK
AD0072 1113 PR-AQM
AD0073 1115 PR-AQN
AD0074 1138 PR-AQN
AD0075 1144 PR-AQP
AD0076 1166 PR-AQQ
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This table shows, for each delivered aircraft, the cross reference between :
- the fleet serial number (F.S.N.)
- the manufacturing serial number (M.S.N.)
- the registration number
It is the F.S.N. which appears in the L.E.N.P. or L.E.T.P.

F.S.N. M.S.N. REGISTRATION

AD0077 1173 PR-AQR


AD0078 1180 PR-AQS
AD0079 1190 PR-AQT
AD0080 1195 PR-AQV
AH0063 1223 7T-VUT
AK0051 1086 XA-NLP
AK0052 1096 XA-MKH
ALX0051 1197 VT-AII
ALX0052 1226 VT-AIT
AS10051 1184 HZ-A11
ASW0051 1021 F-WKVE
ASW0052 1030 F-WKVF
ASW0053 1070 F-WWEG
AT0051 0958 CN-COF
AT0052 0960 CN-COE
AT0053 1034 CN-COH
AT0054 1035 CN-COG
AT0055 1143 CN-COI
ATC0076 6600
AV0051 1092 HK-4954
AV0052 1114 HK-4955
AV0053 1116 HK-4956
AV0054 1126 HK-4999
AV0055 1124 HK-5039
AV0056 1142 HK-5000
AV0057 1151 HK-5040
AV0058 1160 HK-5041
AV0059 1167 TG-TRC
AV0060 1172 HR-AYJ
AV0061 1174 TG-TRD
AV0062 1185 HR-AYM

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This table shows, for each delivered aircraft, the cross reference between :
- the fleet serial number (F.S.N.)
- the manufacturing serial number (M.S.N.)
- the registration number
It is the F.S.N. which appears in the L.E.N.P. or L.E.T.P.

F.S.N. M.S.N. REGISTRATION

AV0063 1196 TG-TRE


AV0064 1199 TG-TRF
B70051 1044 B-17001
B70052 1061 B-17002
B70053 1078 B-17003
B70054 1090 B-17005
B70055 1101 B-17006
B70056 1111 B-17007
B70057 1125 B-17008
B70058 1136 B-17009
B70059 1150 B-17010
B70060 1163 B-17011
B70061 1175 B-17012
B70062 1183 B-17013
BW0051 0968 9Y-TTA
BW0052 0973 9Y-TTB
BW0053 0989 9Y-TTC
BW0054 0993 9Y-TTD
BW0055 0997 9Y-TTE
ESS0061 0099
ESS0062 0088
ESS0063 0888
ESS0064 0895
ESS0065 0585
ESS0067 0899
ESS9999 9999
FJ0051 1146 DQ-FJZ
FJ0052 1221 DQ-FJX
FO0074 1133 B-22815
FO0075 1141 B-22816
FO0076 1145 B-22817

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72 Cross Reference Table

This table shows, for each delivered aircraft, the cross reference between :
- the fleet serial number (F.S.N.)
- the manufacturing serial number (M.S.N.)
- the registration number
It is the F.S.N. which appears in the L.E.N.P. or L.E.T.P.

F.S.N. M.S.N. REGISTRATION

FO0077 1198 B-22818


FO0078 1222 B-22820
FY0063 1093 9M-FIA
FY0064 1128 9M-FIB
FY0065 1158 9M-FIC
FY0066 1178 9M-FID
GA0051 1119 PK-GAA
GA0052 1132 PK-GAC
GA0053 1140 PK-GAD
GA0054 1149 PK-GAE
GA0055 1152 PK-GAF
GA0056 1157 PK-GAG
GA0057 1181 PK-GAH
GA0058 1191 PK-GAI
GMR0051 1148 XY-AJM
GMR0052 1156 XY-AJS
IW0071 1063 PK-WGG
IW0072 1067 PK-WGH
IW0073 1074 PK-WGI
IW0074 1079 PK-WGJ
IW0075 1104 PK-WGO
IW0076 1106 PK-WGK
IW0077 1118 PK-WGL
IW0078 1168 PK-WGM
IW0079 1176 PK-WGP
IW0080 1188 PK-WGQ
IW0081 1193 PK-WGR
IW0082 1220 PK-WGT
IW0083 1225 PK-WGU
IW0084 1227 PK-WGV
J40051 1110 OY-JZA

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This table shows, for each delivered aircraft, the cross reference between :
- the fleet serial number (F.S.N.)
- the manufacturing serial number (M.S.N.)
- the registration number
It is the F.S.N. which appears in the L.E.N.P. or L.E.T.P.

F.S.N. M.S.N. REGISTRATION

J40052 1121 OY-JZB


J40053 1120 OY-JZC
J40054 1131 OY-JZD
J40057 1165 OY-JZF
J40058 1164 OY-JZE
J40059 1171 OY-JZG
J40060 1177 OY-JZH
KBZ0056 1068 XY-AJE
KBZ0057 1085 XY-AJJ
KBZ0059 1224
KD0051 1080 PK-KSA
KD0052 1108 PK-KSU
KJD0051 1200 7F-VPE
LI0051 1077 V2-LIA
LI0052 1091 V2-LIC
LI0053 1103 V2-LIB
LI0054 1112 V2-LIH
M10051 0940 F-WKVD
M10052 0970 F-WKVE
M10053 1031 F-WKVC
M10054 1045 F-WKVB
MH0061 1099 9M-MYA
MH0062 1153 9M-MYB
MH0063 1170 9M-MYC
MH0064 1187 9M-MYD
MXD0051 1081 9M-LMF
MXD0052 1089 9M-LMG
MXD0053 1095 9M-LMH
MXD0054 1123 9M-LMJ
MXD0055 1130 9M-LMK
MXD0056 1135 9M-LML

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This table shows, for each delivered aircraft, the cross reference between :
- the fleet serial number (F.S.N.)
- the manufacturing serial number (M.S.N.)
- the registration number
It is the F.S.N. which appears in the L.E.N.P. or L.E.T.P.

F.S.N. M.S.N. REGISTRATION

MXD0057 1147 9M-LMM


MXD0058 1154 9M-LMO
MXD0059 1161 9M-LMP
MXD0060 1179 9M-LMQ
MXD0061 1186 9M-LMR
MYP0051 1127 XY-AJO
MYP0052 1137 XY-AJP
NM0062 1051 ZK-MVA
NM0063 1065 ZK-MVD
NM0064 1084 ZK-MVC
NM0065 1117 ZK-MVD
NM0066 1182 ZK-MVE
NM0067 1228 ZK-MVF
P30051 1022 PR-PDA
P30052 1028 PR-PDB
P30054 1040 PR-PDC
P30056 1059 PR-PDI
PG0016 1194 HS-PZA
QDA0051 1162 OM-AQD
QV0055 1049 RDPL-34222
QV0056 1071 RDPL-34233
QV0057 1155 RDPL-34225
QV0058 1189 RDPL-34228
RE0057 1083 EI-FAS
RE0058 1098 EI-FAU
RE0059 1097 EI-FAT
RE0060 1105 EI-FAV
RE0061 1122 EI-FAW
RE0062 1129 EI-FAX
RE0063 1139 EI-FCY
RE0064 1159 EI-FCZ

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This table shows, for each delivered aircraft, the cross reference between :
- the fleet serial number (F.S.N.)
- the manufacturing serial number (M.S.N.)
- the registration number
It is the F.S.N. which appears in the L.E.N.P. or L.E.T.P.

F.S.N. M.S.N. REGISTRATION

SL0051 1134 HS-LFH


SO0051 1229 XY-AJN
TQ0064 0967 PR-TKI
TQ0065 0971 PR-TKJ
TQ0066 0987 PR-TKK
TQ0067 0992 PR-TKL
TQ0068 0998 PR-TKM
TQ0070 1054 PR-AQB
TQ0071 1082 PR-AQH
TQ0072 1094 PR-AQJ
TQ0073 1102 PR-AQL
VP0051 1069 8Q-VAS
VP0052 1109 8Q-VAT
VT0065 1192 F-ORVS
XR0057 1025 VH-FVP
XR0058 1039 VH-FVN
XR0059 1053 VH-FVQ
XR0060 1058 VH-FVR
XR0061 1073 VH-FVY
XR0062 1087 VH-FVZ
XR0063 1107 VH-VPI
XR0064 1169 VH-VPJ
YW0056 0995 EC-LQV
YW0057 0999 EC-LRH
YW0058 1023 EC-LRR
YW0059 1032 EC-LRU
YW0060 1041 EC-LSQ

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The Flight Crew Operating Manual (FCOM) provides operating crew members and flight
operations engineers with information on the ATR 72 technical description, procedures
and performances characteristics. It may be used as a crew manual for training purposes
and flight preparation.

FCOM mainly comprises :


- manuel management in Part 0
- systems description in Part 1
- limitations with comments in Part 2
- procedures : normal, following failure and emergency, in Part 2 with comments
- procedures and techniques in Part 2.02
- performances (conservative and simplified compared with AFM) in Part 3
- Special Operations in Part 3
- OEB (Operations Engineering Bulletin) : validated by the ATR Chief Test Pilot, their aim
is to cover temporary equipment discrepancy. They are printed on pale green paper and
are situated at the very end of FCOM.

For any question, comment or suggestion regarding this manual, or technical


documentation in general, we recommend to use following e-- mail :

R flight-- ops-- support@atr.fr


stating at the minimum :k
- aircraft model(s)
- manual(s) concerned
- precise page(s) if applicable
DEFINITION OF THE PAGE
A page is defined by :
- a reference : Part / Chapter / Section / page number - Example : 2.05.10 page 20.
- an effectivity criterion determining the page sequence
example : Equipment, Modification, Engine...
A page with a given reference may have several sequences :
example : 2.05.10 page 20
No criterion . . . . . . . . . . . Sequence 001
Mod XXXX . . . . . . . . . . . . Sequence 002
Mod XXXX + YYYY . . . . . . Sequence 003
All the sequences cover, for a given reference, all technical solution or variant for aircraft
types covered by the manual.
Airlines receive a part of these sequences to cover their fleet.
A sequence can be valid for several aircraft but an aircraft can not have several
sequences: an aircraft receives the page with the highest sequence among all pages for
which it has a validity.

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(1) GIE ATR logo, with aircraft type and manual type
(2) Title of Chapter
(3) Part, chapter and section in the manual
(4) Page Numbering - Particular case : a page followed by an alphabetic letter must be
inserted between 2 pages. Example : page 11A must be inserted between pages 11 and 12.
(5) Sequence number
(6) If 2 letters (XX) are indicated on the page, this one is customized to airline XX
(7) Date of revision (date of page issue)
(8) Zone for standard
(9) Zone for unit
(10) Title of section

(1) Modification zone : contains expression of modifications characterizing the content of


this page.
(2) Indication of engine type installed on aircraft ; if there is “ALL” or if there is no Eng
reference, the content of the page does not depend on a particular engine.
(3) Indication of aircraft type ; if there is “ALL” or if there is no Model reference, the
content of the page does not depend on a particular model.

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RECTO- VERSO

The FCOM is published in recto-- verso paper AT5 format customized for each airline.
In the LENP (0.08.00) List of Effective Normal Pages, when recto and verso are printed,
each sheet is represented by 2 lines :
- the first line concerns the recto.
- the second line concerns the verso.
If only recto sheet is printed, it is represented by only one line.
Then for each sheet, we find the validity line with an expression containing one or several
numbers which represent FSN (Fleet Serial Number) of aircraft for which this sheet is
applicable.
To understand the effectivity of the sheets, you must read :
Example : XX0001-- 0003 = XX FSN0001 to FSN003 - - > 3 aircraft valid
XX0001 XX0003 = XX FSN0001 and FSN0003 - - > only 2 aircraft valid
In CRT (0.10.00), we find the list of fleet aircraft with FSN, MSN (Manufacturer Serial
Number) and registration number.

MANUAL UPDATING

Your manual comprises 2 types of pages :


- white pages or NORMAL pages
- yellow pages or TEMPORARY pages
These 2 families of pages have a separated management.
NORMAL PAGES (white)
For its first issue FCOM was published in “white” normal pages.
Then on a yearly basis at the minimum, a normal revision is performed amending previous
issue by revising pages (sheet replacement), creating new pages (sheet insertion) or
deleting pages (sheet deletion).
Detailed and exhaustive information for manual normal revision updating is in SNNP
(0.07.00), Shipping Note for Normal Pages.
Operator must refer to SNNP and new LENP to update properly its manual.
SNNP lists all revised, created or deleted white sheets.
LENP gives aircraft validity information for all concerned white sheets.
It is important to note that the action given in SNNP is valid for the sheet (recto-- verso) not
for one page.
Normal Revisions are listed in LNR (0.05.00) List of Normal Revisions.
Reasons of revision are highlighted in RNR (0.06.00) Reason of Normal Revisions.

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MANUAL UPDATING (cont’d)

TEMPORARY PAGES (yellow)

Between two normal revisions some subjects may present a particular urgency. In those
cases we perform a Temporary Revision. It may concern only one customer or the whole
fleet.
All temporary pages at a given moment are listed in LETP (0.04.00), List of Effective
Temporary Pages. Temporary pages are recto-- only pages.
When a white page exists with the same reference, a yellow page is inserted in face or
before corresponding white page and its content amends the content of white page. If
there is no white page with the same reference, yellow page(s) is(are) inserted just after
the last adapted white page or chapter.
Detailed and exhaustive information for manual temporary revision updating is in SNTP
(0.03.00), Shipping Note for Temporary Pages.
Operator must refer to SNTP and new LETP to update properly its manual.
SNTP lists all revised, created or deleted yellow pages.
LETP gives aircraft validity information for all concerned yellow sheets.
It is important to note that the action given in SNTP is valid for the yellow page (no verso on
yellow page).
Temporary Revisions are listed in LTR (0.01.00) List of Temporary Revisions. Each
operator has its own LTR as Temporary Revision does not necessarily concern all
customer : TR01 for an operator may be equivalent to TR10 for another operator and TR20
for ENV.
Reasons of revision are highlighted in RTR (0.02.00) Reason of Temporary Revisions.

AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION

All ATR modifications having an impact on FCOM content are listed in LOM (0.09.00), List
Of Modifications.
As for LENP or LETP, aircraft validity are given under FSN values. We may consult CRT to
have correspondence between FSN and MSN.

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GLOSSARY OF STANDARD NOMENCLATURE

AAS Anti-- icing Advisory System


ABNORM (ABN) Abnormal
AC Alternating Current
ACARS Airborne Communication Addressing and Reporting System
AC BTC AC Bus Tie Contactor
AC BTR AC Bus Tie Relay
ACCU Accumulator
AC EBTC AC Emer Bus Transfer Contactor
ACM Air Cycle Machine
ACP Audio Control Panel
ACW Alternating Current Wild Frequency
ADC Air Data Computer
ADF Automatic Direction Finder
R ADS-- B Automatic Dependent Surveillance-- Broadcast
ADI Attitude Director Indicator
ADN Avionic Data Network
ADS Air Data System
AFCS Automatic Flight Control System
AFDX Avionic Full Duplex
A/FEATH Auto Feathering
AFT Rear Part
AFU Auto Feather Unit
AGB Accessory Gear Box
AGL Above Ground Level
AH Ampere-- Hours
AHRS Attitude and Heading Reference System
AHRU Attitude and Heading Reference Unit
AIL Aileron
ALT Altitude
ALTM Altimeter
ALTN Alternate
AMP Ampere
ANN Annunciator
AOA Angle of Attack
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AP Auto-- Pilot
APC Active Phase Control
APP Approach
R APV Approach Procedure with Vertical guidance
ARM Armed
ARINC Aeronautical Radio Incorporated
A/S Antiskid
ASAP As Soon As Possible
ASD Accelerate Stop Distance
ASI Air Speed Indicator
ASTR AC Standby Bus Transfer Relay
ASYM Asymmetry
ATC Air Traffic Control
ATE Automatic Test Equipment
ATPCS Automatic Take off Power Control System
ATR Air Transport Racking
ATSCALL Air Transport Selective Calling
ATT Attitude
ATTND Attendant
AUTO Automatic
AUX Auxiliary
AVAIL Available
AZ Azimuth

BARO Barometric
R BARO-- VNAV Barometric Vertical Navigation
BAT Battery
BC Back Course
BITE Built in Test Equipment
BPCU Bus Power Control Unit
BRG Bearing
BRK Brake
B-- RNAV Basic Area Navigation
BRT Bright
BSC Battery Start Contactor
BTC Bus Tie Contactor
BTR Bus Tie Relay
BXR Battery Transfer Relay
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CAB CabinCAC
CAC Core Avionic Cabinet
CAN Controller Area Network
CAPT Captain
CAT Category
C/B Circuit Breaker
CCAS Centralized Crew Alerting System
CCW Counter clockwise
CD Coefficient of Drag
CDI Course Deviation Indicator
CDS Cockpit Display System
CDU Cabin Display Unit
CFC Constant Frequency Contactor
CG Center of Gravity
CHAN Channel
CHC Charge Contactor
CHG Charge
CIS Commonwealth of Independent States
C/L Check List
CL Condition Lever
CL Coefficient of Lift
CLA Condition Lever Angle
CLB Climb
CLR Clear
CM Crew Member
CMPTR Computer
COM Communication
COMPT Compartment
CNTR Contactor
CONFIG Configuration
CONT Continuous
CORRECT Correction
CPCS Cabin Pressure Control System
R CPL Coupling
CPM Core Processing Module
CRC Continuous Repetitive Chime
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CRS Course
CRZ Cruise
CTL Control
CVR Cockpit Voice Recorder
CW Clockwise

DADC Digital Air Data Computer


DADS Digital Air Data System
DC Direct Current
DCA Data Concentration Application
DEC Declination, Decrease
DELTA P Differential Pressure
R DEST Destination
DEV Deviation
DFDR Digital Flight Data Recorder
DGR Degraded
DH Decision Height
DIFF Differential
DISCH Discharge
DIM Dimming
DIST Distance
DME Distance Measuring Equipment
DN Down
DSPL Display
R DTK Desired Track
R DTO Direct TO
DU Display Unit
EADI Electronic Attitude Director Indicator
EBCC Emergency Battery Charge Contactor
EBTC Emer Bus Transfer contactor
ECS Environmental Control System
E/E Electrical/Electronic
EEC Engine Electronic control
EFCP EFIS Control Panel
EFIS Electronic Flight Instrument System
EGHR External Ground Handling Relay
EHSI Electronic Horizontal Situation Indicator
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EHV Electro Hydraulic Valve


ELEC Electrical
ELV Elevation
EMER Emergency
ENG Engine
EPC External Power Contactor
EQPT Equipment
ESS Essential
ET Elapsed Time
ETOPS Extended Twin Operations
EWD Engine and Warning Display
EXT Exterior, External
EXC External Power/Service Bus Contactor
F Farenheit
R FAF Final Approach Fix
FAIL Failed, Failure
FCOC Fuel Cooled Oil Cooler
FCU Fuel Control Unit
FD Flight Director
FDA Flight Display Application
FDAU Flight Data Acquisition Unit
FEATH, FTR Feathered, Feathering
FF Fuel Flow
FGCP Flight Guidance and Control Panel
FGS Flight Guidance System
FI Flight Idle
R FL Flight Level
FLT Flight
FMA Flight Mode Annunciator
FMS Flight Management System
F/O First Officer
FOS Flight Operations Software
R FPA Flight Path Angle
FQI Fuel Quantity Indication
R FRQ Frequency
FT Foot, Feet
FTO Final Take Off
FU Fuel Used
FWD Forward
FWS Flight Warning System
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GA Go Around
GAL Galley
GC Generator Contactor
GCR Ground Clutter Reduction
GCU Generator Control Unit
GEN Generator
GI Ground Idle
GMT Greenwitch Mean Time
GND Ground
GPS Global Positioning System
GPU Ground Power Unit
GRD Ground
G/S Glide Slope
R GS Ground Speed
GXS ACW Generator/Service Bus Contactor

HBV Handling Bleed Valve


HD Head Down
HDG Heading
HDLG (HDL) Handling
HEBTC Hot Emer Battery Transfer Contactor
HF High Frequency
HI High
R HIL Horizontal Integrity Limit
HLD Hold
HMBTC Hot Main Battery Transfer Contactor
HMU Hydromechanical Unit
HOBV Handling Overboard Valve
HP High Pressure
HSI Horizontal Situation Indicator
HTG Heating
HU Head Up
HYD Hydraulic

IAF Initial Approach Fix


IAS Indicated Air Speed
ICP Index Control Panel
IDT Ident
IESI Integrated Electronic Standby Instrument
IF Intermediate Frequency
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IGN Ignition
ILS Instrument Landing System
IMU Initial Measurement Unit
IN Inertial Navigation
INC Increase
IND Indicator
IN/HG Inches of Mercury
INHI Inhibit
INOP Inoperative
INS Inertial Navigation System
INST Instrument
INT Interphone
INU Inertial Navigation Unit
INV Inverter
IOM Input Output Module
IRS Inertial Reference System
R ISA International Standard Atmosphere
ISOL Isolation
ISV Isolation Shut-- off Valve
ITT Inter Turbine Temperature

KHZ Kilo-- Hertz


KT Knot

LAT Lateral
LAV Lavatory
LB Pound
LBA Lowest Blade Angle
LDG Landing
L/G Landing Gear
LH Left Hand
LIM Limitation
LMG Left Main Gear
LNAV Lateral Navigation
LO Low
LOC Localizer
LO-- PR Low Pressure
R LP Localizer Performance
R LPV Localizer Performance with Vertical guidance
LRU Line Replaceable Unit
LT Light
LVL Level
LSK Line Select Key
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MAC Mean Aerodynamic Chord


MAN Manual
MAP Ground Mapping
R MAPT Missed Approach Point
MAX Maximum
MB Millibar
MBCC Main Battery Charge Contactor
MBTC Main Bus Transfer Contactor
MC Master Caution
MCDU Multifunction Control Display Unit
MCP Multi Function Control Panel
MCT Maximum Continous Thrust
MEA Minimum En route Altitude
MECH Mechanic
MFC Multi Function Computer
MFCU Mechanical Fuel Control Unit
MFD Multi Function Display
MGT Management
MHZ Megahertz
MIC Microphone
MIN Minimum
MISC Miscellaneous
MKR Marker
MLG Main Landing Gear
MLS Microwave Landing System
MLW Maximum Landing Weight
MM Millimeter
MMO Maximum Operating Mach
MMPU Multi Media Player Unit
MOD Modification
MPC Multi Purpose Computer
MPU Micro Processor Unit
MSG Messages
MSN Manufacturer Serial Number
MTOW Maximum Take off Weight
MW Master Warning
MZFW Maximum Zero Fuel Weight

NAC Nacelle
NAV Navigation
ND Navigation Display
NDB Non Directional Beacon
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NDB (GPS) Navigation Data Base


NEG Negative
NG Nose Gear
NH High Pressure Spool Rotation Speed
NIL Nothing, No Object
NL Low Pressure Spool Rotation Speed
NLG Nose Landing Gear
NM Nautical Mile
NORM Normal
NP Propeller Rotation Speed
NPU Navigation Processor Unit
NVM Non Volatile Memory
N/W Nose Wheel
NWS Nose Wheel Steering

R OAT Outside Air Temperature


OBS Omni Bearing Selector
OT Other traffic
OUTB Outboard
OVBD Overboard
OVERTEMP Overtemperature
OVHP OverHead Panel
OVHT Overheat
OVLY Overlay
OVRD Override
OXY Oxygen

PA Passenger Address
PB Push Button
R PBN Performance Based Navigation
PEBMV Parking/Emergency Braking Metering Valve
PEC Propeller Electronic Control
PF Pilot Flying
PFD Primary Flight Display
PFTS Power Feeder Thermal Sensor
PIU Propeller Interface Unit
PL Power Lever
PLA Power Lever Angle
PNF Pilot Non Flying
PNL Panel
POS Position
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P-- RNAV Precision Area Navigation


R PRAIM Predictive RAIM
PRESS Pressurization, Pressure
PRIM Primary
PRKG Parking
PROC Procedure
PROP Propeller
PROX SW Proximity Switch
PRV Pressure Regulating Valve
PSI Pound per Square Inch
PSU Passenger Service Unit
PSV Propeller Servo Valve
PT Point
PT (TCAS) Proximity traffic
PTB Power Trim Box
PTT Push To Talk, Push To Test
PTW Pitch Thumb Wheel
PVCU Power and Video Control Unit
PVM Propeller Valve Module
PWM Pulse Width Modulation
PWR Power

QAR Quick Access Recorder


QRC Quick Release Control
QT Quart
QTY Quantity

RA (TCAS) Resolution Advisory


RA Radio Altitude
RAD/ALT Radio Altitude
RAD/INT Radio/Interphone
RAIM Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring
RCAU Remote Control Audio Unit
RCDR Recorder
RCL Recall
RCP Refuel Control Panel
RCT Rain Echo Attenuation Compensation Technique
RCU Releasable Centering Unit
RECIRC Recirculation
REV Reverse
RGA Reserve Go-- Around
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RGB Reduction Gear Box


RH Right Hand
RLY Relay
RMA Radio Management Application
RMG Right Main Gear
RMI Radio Magnetic Indicator
RMS Radio Management System
RNP Required Navigation Performance
R RNP AR RNP with Authorization Required
RPM Revolution Per Minute
RQD Required
RTO Reserve Take-- Off
RTOW Regulatory Take-- Off Weight
RUD Rudder
R RWY Runway

SAT Static Air Temperature


SB Service Bulletin
SBTC Stand By bus Transfer Contactor
SBY Stand By
SC Single Chime, Starter Contactor
SCU Signal Conditioning Unit
SD System Display
SDTC Static Inverter Override Transfer Contactor
SEC Secondary
SEL Selector
SELCAL Selective Calling
SGL Single
SGU Symbol Generator Unit
SID Standard Instrument Departure
SMK Smoke
SMKG Smoking
S/O (SO) Shut Off
SOV Shut Off Valve
SPD Speed
SPLR Spoiler
SPLY Supply
R SRC Source
SSR Service Bus Select Relay
STAB Stabilizer
STAR Standard Terminal Arrival Routes
STBY Stand By
STR Service Bus Transfer Relay
STRG Steering
SVCE Service
SW Switch
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R SYNPHR Synchrophaser
R SYS System
TA (TCAS) TRAFFIC Advisory
TAD Terrain Awareness Display
TAS True Air Speed
TAT Total Air Temperature
TAWS Terrain Awareness Waring System
TBD To be Determined
TCAS Traffic Collision and Avoidance System
TCF Terrain Clearance Floor
TCS Touch Control Steering
T/D Time Delay
TEMP Temperature
R TERM Terminal
R TERR Terrain
TGT Target
TIC Turbine Inlet Control
TK Tank
TLU Travel Limiting Unit
TM Torque Motor
T/O (TO) Take off
TOD Take-- Off Distance
TOR Take-- Off Run
TOW Take off weight
TQ Torque
TRU Transformer Rectifier Unit
TTG Time To Go
TTL Tuned to LOC

UBC Utility Bus Contactor


U/F Underfloor
UHF Ultra High Frequency
UNCPL Uncouple
UNDV Undervoltage
UNLK Unlock
UTLY Utility

VC Calibrated Airspeed
VCCU Video Cabin Command Unit
VCP Virtual Control Panel
VENT Ventilation
VERT Vertical
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VHF Very High Frequency


VMCA Minimum Control Speed in flight
VMCG Minimum Contorl Speed on ground
VMCL Minimum Conrol Speed during landing approach
VMHB Velocity minimum High Bank
VMO Maximum Operating Speed
VNAV Vertical Navigation
VOR VHF OMNI Directionnal Range
R VPCA Vertical Path Change Alert
VSI Vertical Speed Indicator
R VTA Vertical Track Alert
R VTF Vector to Final approach
VU Visual Unit

W Watt
WARN Warning
WAT Weight Altitude Temperature
WBM Weight and Balance Manual
R WGS 84 World Geodetic System, revision of 1984
WOW Weight On Wheel
R WPT Waypoint
WX Weather Mode

XFEED Cross feed


XFR Transfer
XPDR Transponder

YD Yaw Damper

ZA Aircraft Altitude
ZCTH Theoritical Cabin Altitude
ZFW Zero Fuel Weight
ZP Pressure Altitude
ZRA Radio Altimeter Altitude
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Mod 5948
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.00
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CONTENTS APR 11
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1.00.00 CONTENTS

1.00.10 GENERAL

1.00.20 COCKPIT

1.00.25 COCKPIT DOOR SECURITY SYSTEM


AND VIDEO CABIN SURVEILLANCE (if installed)
25.1 DESCRIPTION
25.2 LOCKING SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
25.3 CALL PANEL
25.4 CONTROL PANEL
25.5 LOCKING SYSTEM ON/OFF CONTROL
25.6 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY / SYSTEM MONITORING
25.7 VIDEO CABIN SURVEILLANCE (if installed)

1.00.30 DOORS
30.1 DESCRIPTION
30.2 CONTROLS
30.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC/SYSTEM MONITORING

1.00.40 LIGHTING
40.1 DESCRIPTION
40.2 CONTROLS
40.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC

1.00.50 WATER AND WASTE SYSTEM


50.1 DESCRIPTION
50.2 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

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GENERAL APR 11
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AIRCRAFT DIMENSIONS AND GROUND CLEARANCE

VERTCAL CLEARANCES (A ! J)
OPERATING EMPTY MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT
WEIGHT
CG 25% CG 14% CG 37%
ft m ft m ft m
A 10.80 3.29 10.43 3.18 10.73 3.27
B 2.16 0.66 1.77 0.54 2.06 0.63
C 4.00 1.22 3.61 1.10 3.90 1.19
D 4.88 1.49 4.66 1.42 4.40 1.34
E 25.33 7.72 25.16 7.67 24.67 7.52
F 10.46 3.19 10.13 3.09 10.23 3.12
G 3.97 1.21 3.64 1.11 3.74 1.14
H 12.50 3.81 12.20 3.72 12.17 3.71
J 22.87 6.97 22.70 6.92 22.24 6.78
α - 1°011 - 1°183 - 0°550
K 5 Ft 6.3 in. 1.683 m
L 35 Ft 4.8 in. 10.79 m
M 89 Ft 1.5 in. 27.166 m
N 23 Ft 11.18 in. 7.31 m
P 13 Ft 5.4 in. 4.100 m
R 26 Ft 6.9 in. 8.100 m
S 88 Ft 9 in. 27.050 m

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TURNING CAPABILITY ON GROUND

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CABIN CROSS SECTION

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LOCATION OF THE TAIL PROP

On ground during passengers boarding/desembarquing, the tail prop must be installed


on the tail skid to avoid a possible toppling over.

Note : When not used, the tail prop is stored in the rear unpressurized area of the aircraft
(beyond the aft bulkhead).

TAIL BUMPER

At each walk around, inspect skid shoe :


If it is stripped, check the red indicator :
- If this indicator does not show evidence of wear, aircraft can be dispatched.
- If this indicator shows evidence of wear, maintenance action is required.

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LOCATION OF ANTENNAS

Note : Number and location of antennas may change depending on the versions. All
possibilities are drawn on these views.

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COCKPIT APR 11
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GENERAL

For comfort, convenience and safety, various furnishings are fitted in the cockpit.

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SEATS

CAPT and F/O seats are mounted each on a base secured to the floor on each side of the
center pedestal. They are mechanically adjustable along the three axes for individual
comfort. They are equiped with adjustable folding armrests.
The observer seat is located behind the pedestal and between electronic and electric
racks. When not in use, the observer seat can be stowed facing the electronic rack
(position A), in the cargo compartment (position B) allowing the observer to move in the
cabin.
Safety pins enable the observer seat to be rocked backward in order to facilitate
emergency evacuation in case of jamming.
The three seats are equipped with full harness including an inertial reel with locking
handle for the shoulder harness.

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SEAT POSITION SIGHT GAUGE

Seat position sight gauge may be used for proper setting seat height and fore/aft position.
It assures to the crew a correct view of instrument panels as well as runway environment,
especially when flying low visibility instrument approaches.
This indicator is composed of three colored balls. Center ball is red and is horizontally
shifted compared with the other two white balls.
For proper seat position, respective white ball is obscured by the red one.

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CAPT/F/O SEATS

OBSERVER SEAT

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COCKPIT PHILOSOPHY

Status and failure indications are integrated in the pushbuttons (PB). PB positions and
illuminated indications are based on a general concept with the “light out” condition for
normal continuous operation according to the basic rule.
With few exceptions, the light illuminates to indicate a failure or an abnormal condition.
Whenever possible, the failure alert is integrated in the PB which has to be operated for
corrective action.
Some PB (such as ACW...) are circled in amber to help crew to find them in case of smoke
(fluorescent painting).

PB POSITION BASIC FUCTION


IN (DEPRESSED) ON, AUTO, NORM
OUT (RELEASED) OFF, MAN, ALTN, SHUT

COLOR INDICATION
No light illuminated except flow bars Normal basic operation

CYAN Selection of temporarily required systems

GREEN Proper functioning of the system

WHITE System selected off

AMBER Caution indication

RED Warning indication

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25.1 Cockpit door description


The door has an electromagnetic locking system controlled by the pilots. In normal
conditions, when the door is closed, it remains locked. In case of a loss of electrical power,
the door can be locked using the manual bolt.
To open the door, the locking system has to be unlocked.
Upon receiving an entry request, the flight crew can authorize entry by unlocking the door
which remains closed until it is pulled open.
When the flight crew does not respond to a request for entry, the cabin crew may unlock the
door by pressing the Emergency push-- button of the door call panel installed on cargo
compartment side.
The door is bulletproof, intrusion resistant and fully compliant with the rapid
decompression requirements.
The right door panel can be removed from the cockpit in case of the door becomes jammed
by using the quick release hinges that are only accessible from inside the cockpit.
25.2 Cockpit Door Locking System Description
The cockpit door locking system (CDLS) provides a means of electrically locking and
unlocking the cockpit door. The system is mainly composed of :
- a Door Call panel located on the cargo compartment side on the right door panel
- a toggle switch, located on the center pedestal’s Cockpit Door Control panel
- a Cockpit Door Control Unit located in the forward avionics bay
- a buzzer
- a Cockpit Door Locking System Switch located behind the first officer seat
The door call panel enables the cabin crew to request access to the cockpit. There are two
different access request modes : a “Routine” access request type and an “Emergency”
access request.
The toggle switch enables the flight crew to lock or unlock the cockpit door, following an
access request, thereby allowing or denying entry into the cockpit.
The Cockpit Door Control Unit is the system controller in charge of :
- Locking and unlocking the electromagnetic locks, upon flight crew action
- Alert annunciation to indicate failure of electromagnetic locks
- Activating the access request buzzer and turning on the Door Call panel light
The buzzer sounds in the cockpit for a minimum of 2 seconds (duration = duration of
pushbutton activation + 2 seconds) to indicate that a routine access request has been
made or sounds continuously if an emergency access procedure has been initiated.
The Cockpit Door Locking System Switch enables the Cockpit Door Locking System to be
switched ON or OFF at the beginning or at the end of the flight and to facilitate
maintenance tasks and ground operations.

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25.3 Door Call Panel


The Door Call Panel is used by the cabin crew to request pilots to open the door.

1 OPEN Green light illuminates :


The door has been unlocked either by a flight crew action or automatically (during 10
seconds) when no flight crew action has been performed during the delay (30 seconds),
following an emergency access request. The door panel can then be pulled open
OPEN Green light flashes :
An emergency request to enter the cockpit has been made; the buzzer will sound
continuously in the cockpit, but no action has yet been taken by the flight crew.

2 DENIED light illuminates :


When the flight crew has denied access. The door remains locked. If no crew action is
taken, the light remains illuminated for 3 minutes. During this delay any action on the call
panel will be inhibited.

3 CALL push- button switch :


It is used to sound the buzzer in the cockpit for at least 2 seconds

4 EMER push- button switch :


It is protected by a rotating plate to prevent inadvertent activation. It is used to initiate the
emergency opening of the door when the flight crew does not respond. The buzzer will
sounds continuously in the cockpit, the OPEN green light on the Door Call Panel will flash.

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25.4 Cockpit Door Control Panel


The cockpit door opening is controlled by a toggle switch, located on the central pedestal

1
Toggle Switch
OPEN Position : This position is used to enable the cabin crew member to open the
cockpit door. The switch must be pulled and maintained in the open
position until the right door panel is pulled open. To open the left
door panel, move the handle located on the cockpit side and pull
the left panel aft.
CLOSE Position : The door is locked, and emergency access is possible for the cabin
crew
DENY position : Once the button has been moved to this position, the door is
locked. EMERGENCY access, the buzzer and the Door Call
Panel are inhibited for 3 minutes.
Note - If the DENY position has not been used by the pilot for at least 3 minutes,
the cabin crew is able to request either the routine or the emergency
access.
- The OPEN position overrides and resets any previous selection
- In case of an electrical supply failure, the cockpit door is automatically
unlocked.
2 FAULT/OPEN Indication
OPEN light ON : The door is not closed, or not locked
OPEN light flashes : The cabin crew has started an emergency access procedure. If
there is no reaction from the flight crew, the door will unlock at the
end of the 30 seconds delay.
FAULT : This light comes on when a system failure has been identified
(Example : electromagnetic lock, control unit, electrical supply)
3
Buzzer
Buzzer sounds : For at least 2 seconds after the cabin crew has request an access
through the CALL push-- button on the Door Call Panel,
or
continuously when the cabin crew has started an emergency
access procedure.

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25.5 COCKPIT DOOR LOCKING SYSTEM ON/OFF CONTROL


The Cockpit Door Locking System ON/OFF Control Switch is located behind the First
Officer seat.

ON/OFF Control Switch


ON : The cockpit door locking system is operative.
OFF : The cockpit door locking system is deactivated. The door is unlocked,
the door right panel can be opened from the cargo compartment side by
pulling it. To open the door left panel, move the handle located on the
cockpit side and pull the left panel. If the system is switched off and the
aircraft power is available, the FAULT light on the pedestal Cockpit
Door Control panel comes on.

25.6 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY / SYSTEM MONITORING

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

DC BUS SUPPLY
EQUIPMENT
(C/B)
R
Cockpit Door Locking System DC BUS 2
(On lateral panel DOORS / CDCU &
LATCHES SUPPLY)

Cockpit Door Fault light DC ESS BUS


(On lateral panel DOORS / CDCU FAULT)

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P5 100
VIDEO CABIN SURVEILLANCE APR 11

25.7 - VIDEO CABIN SURVEILLANCE


DESCRIPTION
The Video Surveillance System is composed of :
- Monitor : located right of First Officer. The monitor includes two control knobs :
- One rotary knob : On/Off and Brightness tuning. The knob is labeled OFF DIM.
- One push button for camera selection. The button is labeled CAM SEL.
- Camera 1 : Black and white video camera located left of cockpit door, monitoring the
person requesting access to the cockpit.
- Camera 2 : Black and white video camera located on the cargo ceiling, monitoring the
back of the person requesting access to the cockpit.
- Camera 3 : Color video camera located on the cargo/cabin door, monitoring the cabin.

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AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.25
P6 100
VIDEO CABIN SURVEILLANCE APR 11

OPERATIONS
- When the monitor is powered (ON position), it displays the output from video camera 1.
With no action on the monitor during 3 min 10 s, the monitor returns to stand by position
(black screen).
- When someone requests access to the cockpit, the monitor displays automatically the
output from video camera 1.
- Video cameras 1, 2 and 3 are displayed one after the other after each pressure of the
CAM SEL push button :
- To display video camera 2, the CAM SEL push button should be pressed once.
- To display video camera 3, the CAM SEL push button should be pressed twice.
- To display video camera 1 once again, the CAM SEL push button should be pressed
three times.

- To force the monitor to the stand by position, the CAM SEL push button should remain
pressed for 3s.
- If the monitor is in stand by position, press the CAM SEL push button to display the
output from the video cameras.
- To turn the monitor OFF, the OFF DIM rotary knob should be turned to the OFF position.
In this case, the monitor will not automatically turn on if someone requests access to the
cockpit.

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AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.30
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DOORS APR 11
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30.1 DESCRIPTION
LOCATION

ENTRY DOORS
The entry door is an outward opening, non plug type door with a net opening of
72 cm (28.5”) wide (without hand-- rail(s)) and 1.75 m (68.8”) high.
The mechanism is essentially composed of two handles, a lifting cam and locking
shoot bolts placed on the rear part of the door (for door operating, refer to 1.07.30).
Attached to the integrated stair structure is a folding hand-- rail which, by means of a
link to the fuselage structure automatically erects when the door is opened.

SERVICE DOOR
The service door is an outward opening, non plug type door with a net opening of 69 cm (27”)
wide and 1.27 m (50”) high.
Open position is forward. Door operation can be performed manually from inside or
outside of the airplane (refer to 1.07.30).
INTERNAL DOOR
A forward opening hinged door separates the forward cargo compartment and the passenger
compartment. A latch operated by a knob on the cabin side and a safety key from the cargo
side is provided. In case of emergency it can be forced opened in either direction.
A cockpit door security system is installed (refer to 1.00.25).

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CARGO DOOR

The cargo door is an outward opening, non plug type door hinged at its upper edge giving a
net clear opening of 1.30 m (51”) wide by 1.57 m (62”) high.
The door is actuated by an electrical actuator. A hold-- open strut maintains the cargo door
in the open position. It also protects door from wind gusts.

ELECTRICAL OPERATING
The cargo door is unlocked by two levers and operated from a panel located outside.

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DOORS APR 11
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1 Panel cover switch


Connects the Ground Handling Bus on line when the panel cover is open.
2 Ground Handling Bus “ON BAT”
- Is ON when Ground Handling Bus is directly supplied by Hot main Bat Bus.
Note : This light shows that the main battery is emptying even if the BAT toggle
switch is in “OFF” position (visible even when the panel cover is closed).
3
Cargo Bay light switch
Allows acivation of the cargo bay light from outside.
4 Actuator Selection Switch
Is used to operate the door (opening or closing) when the “CARGO DOOR ARMED”
light is ON.
5 ”CARGO DOOR LCHD” blue light
Light is ON when all door hooks and latch locks are fully engaged.
Note : The door can be locked and latched only from outside.
6 ”CARGO DOOR ARMED“ green light
Is ON when Actuator selection switch working conditions are met.
These conditions are :
- Panel cover opened
- Door unlocked by operating handle : all locks are disengaged

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DOORS APR 11
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To open cargo door


- Push flap to grasp handle of the upper lever.
- Depress handle and pull the upper lever fully down.
- Pull the lower lever fully down.
- Open flap for access to cargo door control panel (green light illuminates).
- Press selector to “OPEN” until door is completely opened.
- Make sure selector returns to neutral position.
- Lock folding strut.

To close cargo door


- Unlock folding strut.
- Open flap for access to cargo door control panel.
- Press selector to “CLOSE” until door is completely closed.
- Fold back the lower lever in its recess.
- Depress handle or the upper lever and fold it back in its recess.
- Make sure blue light is ON (door locked in closed position) selector has returned to
neutral position and green light is OFF.

All the lights of the operating panel may be tested by depressing them.
As long as the cargo door is not closed and all hooks engaged, the “CARGO UNLK” light
illuminates amber on the cockpit overhead panel.

MANUAL OPERATING
In case of electrical actuator failure, it is possible to open or close the cargo door with a
hand crank, introduced in an adjusted shaft drive of the actuator.

FORWARD AVIONICS COMPARTMENT ACCESS HATCH


An inward opening manually operated hatch in forward section of the nose landing
gear bay gives external access to the avionics compartment behind the main
instrument panel.
COCKPIT COMMUNICATION HATCH
A machined door with a net opening of 17.5 cm (7”) wide and 15 cm (6”) high is
located immediately below the CAPT side window.

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DOORS APR 11
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1 Panel cover switch


Connects the Ground Handling Bus on line when the panel cover is open.
2 Ground Handling Bus “ON BAT”
- Is ON when Ground Handling Bus is directly supplied by Hot main Bat Bus.
Note : This light shows that the main battery is emptying even if the BAT toggle
switch is in “OFF” position (visible even when the panel cover is closed).
3
Cargo Bay light switch
Allows acivation of the cargo bay light from outside.
4 Actuator Selection Switch
Is used to operate the door (opening or closing) when the “CARGO DOOR ARMED”
light is ON.
5 ”CARGO DOOR LCHD” blue light
Light is ON when all door hooks and latch locks are fully engaged.
Note : The door can be locked and latched only from outside.
6 ”CARGO DOOR ARMED“ green light
Is ON when Actuator selection switch working conditions are met.
These conditions are :
- Panel cover opened
- Door unlocked by operating handle : all locks are disengaged

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P4 100
DOORS APR 11
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CAUTION : Door must be mechanically closed by outboard handles only in order to


be sure that latching and locking mechanisms are in the closed position.
OPERATING FROM INSIDE

OPENING
• Push upwards handle 1 (Latch lock flap get free)
• Push downward handle 2 on the vent door (the door is unlocked)
• Rotate downwards the handle 3 (Hooks are disengaged and the door is
unlatched)
• Use the actuator selection garded switch located in the internal operating panel.
CLOSING
• Use the actuator selection garded switch located in the internal operating panel.
Note : The locking and latching are not possible from inside. However, the latching
position can be inspected from inside through the view ports located on the
bottom part of the door.
FORWARD AVIONICS COMPARTMENT ACCESS HATCH
An inward opening manually operated hatch in forward section of the nose landing
gear bay gives external access to the avionics compartment behind the main
instrument panel.
COCKPIT COMMUNICATION HATCH
A machined door with a net opening of 17.5 cm (7”) wide and 15 cm (6”) high is
located immediately below the CAPT side window.

Mod: 5948 + (2595 or 4511)


AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.30
P5 001
DOORS APR 11
AA

EMERGENCY EXITS

COCKPIT

One plug type hatch located in the cockpit roof is provided as an emergency exit for the
flight crew. One escape rope is located in a compartment on top of the electric rack near
the exit. Some steps are provided for hatch access in the corridor RH side.

CABIN
In addition to the doors already described, two plug emergency type III exits are provided.

Note : All emergency exits are operable from inside or outside of the cabin.

Mod: 5948
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.30
P6 001
DOORS APR 11
AA

30.2 CONTROLS

DOORS PANEL

(1) Doors Alert lights


The light illuminates amber and the FWS is activated by the MFC when associated door is not
seen locked (one or more micro switches in unlocked position).
CARGO, FWD COMPT, and EMER doors only are monitored through the MFC.
Door name amber labels are displayed on the SD cabin page when the associated door is
detected unclosed.

(2) Test Pb
Enables to test the microswitches system on cabin door and service door. This test has to be
performed on ground, doors open.

(3) OK lights
The lights illuminate when depressing test button on ground, only if cabin and service doors
are open and if associated microswitches are in unlocked position.

Mod: 5948
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.30
P7 001
DOORS APR 11
AA

Doors displays on SD CABIN page (MFD)

CABIN SIGNS MESSAGES (Cabin seat belt/No device messages status)

“NO DVCE” and “SEAT BELT” messages are displayed in cyan on the dedicated area of
the Memo Panel display.

Mod: 5948
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.30
P8 001
DOORS DEC 13
AA

30.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC/SYSTEM MONITORING


ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
EQUIPMENT DC BUS SUPPLY
(C/B)
R Doors alert DC BUS 2
(On lateral panel DOORS / CDCU &
LATCHES SUPPLY)
Cargo door actuator DC GND HDLG BUS
(On lateral panel DOORS / CARGO ACTG
/ ACTR)
Cargo door actuator control DC GND HDLG BUS
(On lateral panel DOORS / CARGO ACTG
/ CTL)

MFC LOGIC
See chapter 1.01.

SYSTEM MONITORING

DOORS
This caution is triggered on ground when any door is detected unlocked (except the FWD
COMPT door).
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “DOORS” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is single chime
- Amber solid rectangle and door name amber label on SD cabin page
- associated “UNLK” amber light on overhead panel

DOOR FWD COMPT


This caution is triggered on ground or in flight when the FWD COMPT door is detected
unlocked.
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “DOOR FWD COMPT” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is single chime
- Amber solid rectangle and “FWD COMPT” amber label on SD cabin page
- associated “UNLK” amber light on overhead panel

Mod: 5948
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.30
P9 001
DOORS APR 11
AA

DOOR EMER
This caution is triggered in flight when the flight compartment overhead hatch is detected
unlocked.
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “DOOR EMER” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is single chime
- “EMER” amber label on SD cabin page
- associated “UNLK” amber light on overhead panel

DOOR LH AFT
This caution is triggered in flight when the passenger/crew door is detected unlocked.
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “DOOR LH AFT” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is single chime
- “CABIN” amber label on SD cabin page
- associated “UNLK” amber light on overhead panel

DOOR RH AFT
This caution is triggered in flight when the service door is detected unlocked.
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “DOOR RH AFT” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is single chime
- “SVCE” amber label on SD cabin page
- associated “UNLK” amber light on overhead panel

DOOR LH FWD
This caution is triggered in flight when the left cargo door is detected unlocked.
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “DOOR LH FWD” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is single chime
- “CARGO” amber label on SD cabin page
- associated “UNLK” amber light on overhead panel

Mod: 5948
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.40
P1 001
LIGHTING APR 11
AA

40.1 DESCRIPTION

For aircraft lighting, different systems are installed :


- controlled from the cockpit
S cockpit lighting
S cabin signs lighting
S emergency lighting
S exterior lighting
- controlled from the cabin attendant panel
S cabin lighting
S emergency lighting
S rear cargo compartment
- controlled from cargo door operating panel
S FWD cargo compartment

COCKPIT LIGHTING
The cockpit is provided with Main Instrument Panel, Overhead panel, consoles lighting.
All lights installed in the cockpit are of LED type (Light Emitting Diodes).
For illumination of work surfaces and side consoles, spot lights and flood lights are installed.
The intensity of all instruments and panels lighting can be adjusted.
A STORM function is fitted in order to increase the lighting intensity of the central panel led
lights in case of stormy conditions.
As soon as DC EMER BUS is powered, Left Main Instrument Panel light located below the
glareshield, and one light on the overhead panel directed to the pedestal illuminate.
The general cockpit illumination is obtained from two dimmable DOME lights.

CABIN SIGNS LITHTING


“FASTEN SEAT BELTS” cabin signs “RETURN TO SEAT” sign in the toilet and/or “NO
SMOKING” cabin signs may be selected. They will be accompanied by a single chime in the
cabin.

CABIN AND CARGO LIGHTING


The passenger compartment, galley area and entrance door area are lighted by strip lights.
In addition, a separated lighting is installed into the rear cargo compartment and is operated
from the cabin crew panel.
The forward cargo compartment is fitted with an automatic lighting activated by the door
opening.
A switch located at the left side of the cockpit entrance provides cockpit lighting and
emergency EXIT lights illumination for 2 min.

Mod: 5948
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.40
P2 001
LIGHTING APR 11
AA

EXTERIOR LIGHTING

1 Navigation lights
Regulatory lights are installed on the wing tip (coverage 110°) and on the rear tail
cone (coverage 140°).
2 Taxi and to ligths
Two lights are installed side by side on the nose landing gear leg.
3 Landing lights
Two landing lights are installed laterally in the forward main landing gear fairing bay.
4 Wing lights
Two lights are installed one on each side of the fuselage and are positionned to
illuminate the wing leading edges and the engine air intakes in order to allow
preventive checking in icing conditions.
5 Beacon lights
Two beacon lights are installed :
one on the top of the vertical stabilizer and one on the bottom of the center fuselage.
6 Strobe lights
These lights are installed in each wing tip and in the tail cone. They flash white and are
used as supplemental recognition light.
7 Logo lights (optional)
Two lights are installed one on each side of the lower surface of the horizontal
stabilizer to illuminate the company logo on both sides of the vertical stabilizer.

Mod: 5948
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.40
P3 001
LIGHTING APR 11
AA

EMERGENCY LIGHTING

Emergency evacuation path marking near the floor is a photoluminescent system.


EXIT, CEILING and EXTERIOR emergency lights are supplied with 6V DC.
Two sources are available :
- DC STBY BUS via a voltage divider.
- 6V integral batteries charged from the DC STBY BUS with a 10 mn capacity.

In case of system activation, light will be supplied by DC STBY BUS. If this source fails, the
battreries will be utilized automatically.

In case of flight with DC EMER BUS only, the cockpit ligthing is restricted to :
- RH DOME light with the possibility to switch it off
- Left Main Instrument Panel (MIP) located below the glareshield
- overhead panel light illuminating the pedestal.
One light is provided in the toilet, illuminating when associated door is locked.
Note : Emergency flash lights are provided (see 1.07).

Mod: 5948
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.40
P4 001
LIGHTING APR 11
AA

40.2 CONTROLS
EXT LIGHT PANEL

1 BEACON sw
BEACON Both lights flash
OFF Lights are extinguished
2 NAV sw
NAV The three navigation lights illuminate steady. Ice evidence probe is
enlightened.
3 STROBE sw
STROBE Stroboscopic lights flash white
OFF Lights are extinguished
4 LOGO sw
LOGO Both LOGO lights illuminate steady
OFF Lights are extinguished
5 WING sw
WING Both lights illuminate steady
OFF Lights are extinguished
6 L and R LAND sw
Each landing light (L and R) is controlled by an individual switch
LAND Associated light illuminates steady
OFF Associated light is extinguished
7 TAXI & T.O. sw
taxi Both TAXI lights illuminate steady
OFF Lights are extinguished

MIN CAB LT SWITCH

Enables to control the minimum cabin lights powered by the main battery.
On the RH side of the cabin only, every second light is illuminated.

Mod: 5948
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.40
P5 001
LIGHTING APR 11
AA

SIGNS PANEL

1 NO SMOKING sw
NO SMKG Associated signs come on in the cabin, associated with a single
chime. “NO SMOKING” label is displayed in cyan on the memo
panel display
OFF Associated signs and memo panel label are extinguished.

2 SEAT BELTS sw
SEAT BELTS “FASTEN SEAT BELTS” signs in the cabin and “RETURN TO
SEAT” sign in the toilet come on associated with a single chime
upon illumination. “SEAT BELTS” label is displayed in cyan on the
memo panel display.
OFF Associated signs and memo panel label are extinguished.
Note : When switching off “NO SMOKING” or “SEAT BELTS” signs, single chime
sounds in cabin.
3 EMER EXIT LIGHT selector
ON Emergency lights illuminate.
ARM Normal selector position in operation. Emergency lights will :
- Illuminate if DC STBY BUS voltage is under 18V or if the two
generators are lost.
- Extinguish if DC STBY BUS voltage is over 20V and at least one
generator running.
DISARM Normal selector position with engines stopped. Emergency light
system is deactivated.
Note : Cabin attendant’s EMER LIGHT sw will override the ARM and DISARM
positions of the selector.
4 DISARM light
Illuminates amber when the emergency light system is deactivated.

Mod: 5948
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.40
P6 001
LIGHTING APR 11
AA

MEMO PANEL DISPLAY

Labels (”NO DVCE” or “SEAT BELT”) are displayed in cyan when associated switch is
selected ON.

LT PANEL

MIP/PED rotary knob


Selects activation and intensity of main instrument panel and pedestal integral lighting.

OVHD rotary selector


Selects activation and intensity of the overhead panel integral lighting.

LT and RCDR PANEL

FLOOD knob
Selects activation and intensity of pedestal panel flood lighting.

Mod: 5948
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.40
P7 001
LIGHTING APR 11
AA

ANN LT PANEL

1 ANN LT sw
Allows to check and to control the intensity of :
- the annunciator lights on the overhead panel, main instrument panel and pedestal
panels
- the overhead panel flow bars.
TEST : All the associated lights are tested and illuminate
BRT : Associated lights, when selected, illuminate at normal brightness
DIM : Associated lights, when selected, are dimmed.

Mod: 5948
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.40
P8 001
LIGHTING APR 11
AA
SIDE PANEL

1 CONSOLE LT knob
CONSOLE The light above the associated lateral console is ON.
OFF Light is extinguished.
2 READING LT knob
Selects activation and intensity of the respective spot light.

FLT COMPT LT PANEL

1 DOME sw
BRT Dome lights are lighted at maximum intensity
DIM Dome lights are dimmed
OFF Both dome lights are OFF
2 STBY COMPASS sw
STBY COMPASSIntegral lighting of standby compass comes ON
OFF Lighting is OFF
3 STORM sw
STORM A lighting increase of the Central MIP light and the Lateral MIP light
to intense bightness
OFF Central and Lateral MIP lights are at normal brightness.

Mod: 5948
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.40
P9 001
LIGHTING APR 11
AA

CABIN CREW PANEL

1 Galley sw (when installed)


Controls galley lighting.
2 LAV sw
Controls lavatory lighting. A diffuser switches ON when lavatory latch is closed.
3 LAT PASS sw
Controls lateral passengers lighting.
4 CEILING LT sw
Controls the passengers ceiling lighting.
5 ENTRANCE sw
Controls entrance lighting.
6 AFT CARGO sw
Controls rear cargo lighting.
7 READING LT sw
When depressed passenger reading lights are operational.
8 VENT sw (when installed)
When depressed, passenger ventilation fan operates.
9 EMER LT sw
Controls emergency exit light and evacuation path marking causing emergency
lights to illuminate (overriding crew switching).
10 DIM LT sw
Associated light, when selected, are dimmed.

Mod: 5948
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.40
P 10 001
LIGHTING DEC 13
AA
40.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
R EQUIPMENT DC BUS SUPPLY AC BUS SUPPLY
(C/B) (C/B)
EXTERIOR
Beacon lights DC SVCE BUS - NIL--
(On lateral panel EXT LT /
BEACON NORM SPLY)
DC BUS 1
(On lateral panel EXT LT /
BEACON ALTN SPLY))
Navigation lights DC SVCE BUS - NIL--
(On lateral panel EXT LT /
NAV NORM SPLY)
DC BUS 1
(On lateral panel EXT LT /
NAV ALTN SPLY)
Wing lights DC BUS 2 - NIL--
(On lateral panel EXT LT /
WING))
Logo lights DC SVCE BUS - NIL--
(when installed) (On lateral panel EXT LT /
LOGO)
Landing lights DC ESS BUS (CTL) ACW BUS 1 (PWR SPLY)
(On lateral panel EXT LT / (On lateral panel EXT LT / L
L (R) LAND / CTL) LAND / PWR SPLY)
ACW BUS 2 (PWR SPLY)
(On lateral panel EXT LT / R
LAND / PWR SPLY)
Taxi and Take off ligths DC BUS 2 (CTL) ACW BUS 2 (PWR SPLY)
(On lateral panel EXT LT / (On lateral panel EXT LT /
TAXI & TO CTL) TAXI & TO PWR SPLY)
Strobe ligths - NIL-- ACW BUS 1
(On lateral panel EXT LT / R
STROBE)
ACW BUS 2
(On lateral panel EXT LT / L &
REAR STROBE)
SIGNS
Seat belts - DC BUS 2 - NIL--
No smoking/No device (On lateral panel COMPT
LT / BELTS & NO SMKG)

Mod: 5948
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.40
P 11 001
LIGHTING DEC 13
AA

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

R EQUIPMENT DC BUS SUPPLY AC BUS SUPPLY


(C/B) (C/B)
EMER LIGHTS
Emergency exit lights DC STBY BUS - NIL--
(On lateral panel COMPT
LT & SERVICING / CAB-
IN / EMER EXIT LT))
PLUGS
DC SVCE PLUG DC SVCE BUS - NIL--
(On lateral panel COMPT
LT & SERVICING /
28 VDC SVCE PLUG)

ACW SVCE PLUG - NIL-- ACW SVCE BUS


(On lateral panel COMPT LT &
SERVICING /
115VAC ACW SVCE PLUG)

COCKPIT
- Capt Normal light. DC BUS 1 - NIL--
(Utility spot and food (On lateral panel COMPT
chartholder) LT & SERVICING / FLT
- Capt Dome light COMPT / CAPT NORM
- Storm. LT)

Main Instrument Panel DC BUS 1 - NIL--


(MIP), Pedestal (PED) (On lateral panel COMPT
LT & SERVICING / FLT
COMPT / CAPT NORM
LT)
DC EMER BUS
(On lateral panel COMPT
LT & SERVICING / FLT
COMPT / EMER LT)

Mod: 5948
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.40
P 12 001
LIGHTING DEC 13
AA
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

EQUIPMENT DC BUS SUPPLY AC BUS SUPPLY


(C/B) (C/B)
COCKPIT
- F/O Normal light. DC BUS 2 - NIL--
(Utility spot and food (On lateral panel COMPT
chartholder) LT & SERVICING / FLT
COMPT / F/O NORM LT)

F/O Dome light DC BUS 1 - NIL--


(On lateral panel COMPT
LT & SERVICING / FLT
COMPT / CAPT NORM
LT)
DC EMER BUS
(On lateral panel COMPT
LT & SERVICING / FLT
COMPT / EMER LT)

OVHD (Overhead panel DC BUS 2 (CTL) ACW BUS 1 (PWR SPLY)


integral lighting) (On lateral panel COMPT (On lateral panel COMPT LT &
LT / FLT COMPT / OVHD) SERVICING / FLT COMPT /
OVHD)

STBY Compass DC EMER BUS - NIL--


(On lateral panel COMPT
LT & SERVICING / FLT
COMPT / CAPT & F/O
EMER LT)

Light Managing Unit DC STBY BUS - NIL--


(LMU) Integral Panel (On lateral panel COMPT
lighting of NAS and auto- LT & SERVICING / FLT
press panels COMPT / LMU / MIP)

Light Managing Unit DC BUS 1 - NIL--


(LMU) Integral Panel (On lateral panel COMPT
lighting of other panels LT & SERVICING / FLT
COMPT / PED & LT)

Mod: 5948
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.40
P 13 001
LIGHTING DEC 13
AA
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

EQUIPMENT DC BUS SUPPLY AC BUS SUPPLY


(C/B) (C/B)
COCKPIT
Annunciator light test DC BUS 1 - NIL--
(On lateral panel COMPT
LT & SERVICING / FLT
COMPT / ANN LT TEST
and FLT COMP LT / ANN
LT / TEST)

COMPARTMENT
Forward and Aft Cargo DC SVCE BUS - NIL--
(On lateral panel COMPT
LT & SERVICING / FWD
& AFT CARGO COMPT
LT)

- Main wheel well DC SVCE BUS - NIL--


- Nose wheel well (On lateral panel COMPT
- Aft avionics compart- LT & SERVICING /
ment WHEELS & AFT ELEK
COMPT LT)

PASSENGER
Lateral left DC BUS 1 - NIL--
(On lateral panel COMPT
LT & SERVICING / CAB-
IN / LAT LT)
DC SVCE BUS
(On lateral panel COMPT
LT & SERVICING / CAB
LAT LT)

MIN cab light DC ESS BUS - NIL--


(On lateral panel COMPT
LT & SERVICING / CAB-
IN / MIN LT)

Lateral right DC BUS 2 - NIL--


(On lateral panel COMPT
LT / CABIN / LAT LT)
DC SVCE BUS
(On lateral panel COMPT
LT & SERVICING / CAB
LAT LT)

Mod: 5948
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.40
P 14 001
LIGHTING DEC 13
AA
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

EQUIPMENT DC BUS SUPPLY AC BUS SUPPLY


(C/B) (C/B)
PASSENGER
Upper DC UTLY BUS 1 - NIL--
(On lateral panel COMPT
LT & SERVICING / CAB-
IN / UPPER LT)
DC UTLY BUS 2
(On lateral panel COMPT
LT / CABIN / UPPER LT)

Reading light DC SVCE BUS (CTL) ACW BUS 1 (PWR SPLY)


(On lateral panel COMPT (On lateral panel COMPT LT &
LT & SERVICING / CAB SERVICING / CAB RDNG LT /
RDNG LT / CTL) PWR SPLY / RH)
ACW BUS 2 (PWR SPLY)
(On lateral panel COMPT LT &
SERVICING / CAB RDNG LT /
PWR SPLY / LH)

Lavatory light DC SVCE BUS - NIL--


(On lateral panel COMPT
LT & SERVICING / LAV
LT)

Galley DC SVCE BUS - NIL--


(On lateral panel COMPT
LT & SERVICING / GAL-
LEY LT)

Attendant call DC UTLY BUS 1 - NIL--


(On lateral panel COMPT
LT & SERVICING / CALL
SYS)

Passenger Compartment HOT MAIN BAT BUS - NIL--


Entrance Door Area (On lateral panel COMPT
Lighting LT / ENTR )
MFC LOGIC
See chapter 1.01.

Mod: 5948
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.50
P1 001
WATER AND WASTE SYSTEM DEC 13
AA

50.1 DESCRIPTION
For the toilet, the aircraft is equipped with a clean water system and a waste disposal
system which provides adequate waste capability. It is drainable by gravity.

Clean water is stored in a tank located in the pressurized section of the fuselage.

The toilet flushing is obtained from a motorized pump filter unit. The flushing cycle is
automatically controlled by an electrical timer. Draining, flushing and charging of the
tank is accomplished at the toilet service panel, located underneath the rear fuselage.

50.2 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

R DC BUS SUPPLY
EQUIPMENT
(C/B)
DC SVCE BUS
Lavatory flush motor (On lateral panel COMPT LT & SER-
VICING / LAV FLUSH MOTOR)

Mod: 5948
INTEGRATED SYSTEMS 1.01.00
P1 001
CONTENTS FEB 12
AA

1.01.00 CONTENTS

1.01.10 INTEGRATED MODULAR AVIONICS (IMA)


10.1 DESCRIPTION
10.2 SCHEMATIC
10.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/SYSTEM MONITORING

1.01.20 MULTIFUNCTION COMPUTER (MFC)


20.1 DESCRIPTION
20.2 CONTROLS
20.3 OPERATION
20.4 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/SYSTEM MONITORING
20.5 MAINTENANCE APPLICATION
20.6 SCHEMATICS

1.01.30 MULTIPURPOSE COMPUTER (MPC)


30.1 DESCRIPTION
30.2 SCHEMATIC
30.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/SYSTEM MONITORING

R 1.01.35 MPC LOST EQUIPMENT LIST

1.01.40 CPM/IOM LOST EQUIPMENT LIST

Mod: 5948
INTEGRATED SYSTEMS 1.01.10
P1 001
INTEGRATED MODULAR AVIONICS APR 11
AA

10.1 DESCRIPTION

The Integrated Modular Avionic (IMA) provides computation, memory and Input/Output
data processing resources, shared between several avionics applications.
The Integrated Modular Avionic is mainly composed of the dual Core Avionic Cabinets
(CAC 1& 2).
The term CAC (Core Avionic Cabinet) designs the whole equipment composed of the rack
and the set of cards.
In the basic configuration, each CAC is composed of :

- 1 CPM (Core Processing Module)


- The CPMs provide shared memory and computation resources to execute hosted
avionics applications.
- 1 IOM-- S (Input/Output Module)
This IO Module is dedicated to provide ARINC and discrete I/O for all functions
- 1 IOM-- AP (Input/Output Module)
This IO Module is dedicated to provide discrete and analog I/O for the
Auto-- Flight application.
- 2 IOM-- DC (Input/Output Module)
The IOM-- DC provide discrete and analog I/O for Data Concentration
Application (DCA) .
- 1 SWM (gateway and SWitch Module)
This module is dedicated to connect together CPM and other Avionics Data
Network subscribers.
The communication means is based on AFDX network, linking network
subscribers through SWM.

Mod: 5948
INTEGRATED SYSTEMS 1.01.10
P2 001
INTEGRATED MODULAR AVIONICS APR 11
AA

The main applications hosted by the Core Avionic Cabinets are :


- Flight Warning (FWA)
- Auto-- Flight (AFCA)
- Centralized Maintenance (CMA) (only on CAC 1)
- Data Concentration (DCA)
The CAC 1 & 2, communicate with five display units and systems by means of different
data bus formats :
- AFDX: Avionics Full DupleX switched ethernet
- A429: ARINC 429
- Analogic
- Discretes
Two of the five displays units (DU2 and DU4) are dedicated to two other functions :
- Flight Management Application (FMA)
- Radio Management Application (RMA)

(Refer to section 1.01.40 to see the lost equipment list in case of CPM and/or IOM failure).
10.2 SCHEMATIC

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INTEGRATED MODULAR AVIONICS DEC 13
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1.10.10

10.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/SYSTEM MONITORING

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

The CPM, IOM-- AP&-- DC, IOM-- S and SWM cards are connected to the 28VDC aircraft
electrical network.
The power supply details are shown in the table below :

CAC CAC CARD DC BUS SUPPLY (C/B)


R CPM 1 & IOM-- S 1 DC EMER BUS
(Upper Panel CAC / CPM 1 / IOM-- S1)
IOM - AP 11 DC EMER BUS
(Upper Panel AFCS/ FGCP CHAN 1/
IOM-- AP 1)
CAC 1
IOM - DC 12 DC STBY BUS
(Upper Panel CAC / IOM-- DC 12)
IOM - DC 13 DC STBY BUS
(Upper Panel CAC / IOM-- DC 13)
SWM 1 DC EMER BUS
(Upper Panel CAC / SWM 1)
CPM 2 & IOM-- S 2 DC ESS BUS (NORM SPLY)
(Upper Panel CAC / CPM 2 / IOM-- S2)
DC STBY BUS (AUX SPLY - ENG
START)
(Upper Panel CAC / CPM 2 / IOM-- S2)
CAC 2 IOM - AP 21 DC ESS BUS
(Upper Panel AFCS/ FGCP CHAN 2/
IOM-- AP 2)
IOM - DC 22 DC ESS BUS
(Upper Panel CAC / IOM-- DC 22)
IOM - DC 23 DC ESS BUS
(Upper Panel CAC / IOM-- DC 23)
SWM 2 DC ESS BUS
(Upper Panel CAC / SWM 2)

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INTEGRATED SYSTEMS 1.01.10
P4 001
INTEGRATED MODULAR AVIONICS APR 11
AA

SYSTEM MONITORING

CAC 1(2)
This caution is generated in case of a CPM failure on one CAC.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “CPM 1(2)” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)

CPM 1 (2) + IOM 2x (1x)


This caution is generated in case of a CPM failure on one CAC and a IOM-- DC failure on the
other CAC.
All combinations of one CAC/CPM and other CAC/IOM - DC are possible :
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “CPM 1 (2) + IOM 2x (1x)” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)

IOM 1x (2x)
This caution is generated in case of one IOM-- DC failure on one CAC.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “IOM 1x (2x)” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)

IOM 1x (2x) + IOM 1x (2x)


This caution is generated in case of dual of IOM-- DC.
All combinations of one or two CAC are possible :
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “IOM 1x (2x) + IOM 1x (2x)” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)

SWITCH SGL CH
This caution is generated in case of one SWM loss.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “SWITCH SGL CH” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)

Mod: 5948
INTEGRATED SYSTEMS 1.01.20
P1 001
MULTIFUNCTION COMPUTER APR 11
AA

20.1 DESCRIPTION
(See schematics p 15/16)

On the ATR72, numerous logic functions are performed by the MFC system. It consists of
two independent computers (MFC 1 and MFC 2).
Each computer includes two independent modules (A and B).
Each module includes :
- a 28 VDC dual power supply
- an input/output circuit.
- a computation unit.
- for modules 1A and 2A only, a hard-- wired logic independent of the computation unit.

SIGNAL PROCESSING
Each module receives signals from the various systems and systems controls.
Each signal received by a module is then converted, if necessary, to a digital signal by the
input circuit.
Then :
- for most of the functions, the signal is sent to the computation unit which processes the
data according to the logic programmes.
- for some specific functions (stick pusher, flaps), signal processing is performed in a
conventional way by the hard-- wired card (to avoid computation errors or common
failures).
An intercard dialogue is established between all modules to allow each module to use
signals processed by other modules.
Signals from each system are taken into account by one or more modules depending on
the degree of reliability/safety required for the system.
Each module is equipped with a self test system which monitor correct operation of that
module.

FUNCTIONS
After processing, computation unit transmits orders from the output circuit fo the various
systems in order to :
- monitor, control and authorize operation of the aircraft systems.
- manage system failures and flight enveloppe anomalies and command triggering of
associated warnings in the Flight Warning System (FWS).

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20.2 CONTROLS
CONTROL PANEL

Controls operation of associated module.

ON : (pushbutton pressed in) the module operates.

OFF : (pushbutton released) the module stops operating.


the OFF white indicator light comes on.

FAULT : The amber light comes on and the FWS is activated when a
malfunction or electrical supply fault is detected.
The module automatically becomes inoperative.

This light also flashes during self-- test of the module.

During powering, since all four modules are selected ON, the
following sequence is executed :

MFC 1A and MFC 2A FAULT lights (self-- test of these modules)


flashing.

MFC 1A and MFC 2A FAULT lights extinguish. MFC 1B and MFC 2B


FAULT lights (self-- test of these modules) flashing.

MFC 1B and MFC 2B FAULT lights extinguish.

Note : If the cargo door control panel is opened, the self test of MFC 1A and 2A are already
done, and only the MFC 1B and 2B are tested.

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20.3 OPERATION

Charts on the following pages list the implementation and availability of the functions
ensured by each module.

READING OF TABLES
The table uses the following symbols : F, , to indicate :
- location of the functions :
A function is integrated in each module denoted by one of these symbols :
- availability of the functions :
A function can be treated :
- in one module only,
- in several modules (redundancy),
- partially in two modules, i.e. both modules considered are to be operative to
process this function.

Example :

MODULE
SYSTEM FUNCTION
1A 1B 2A 2B
FLIGHT STICK PUSHER
CONTROLS STALL WARNING F F

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

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20.4 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/SYSTEM MONITORING


ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
Each module is supplied by two separate electrical sources (primary and alternate).
Power supply switching is automatic :
- from primary to alternate if primary V < 19V and if alternate V > 22V.
- from alternate to primary if primary V >22V.
UNIT DC BUS SUPPLY (C/B)
MFC 1A
Primary Supply DC ESS BUS
R (Overhead Panel 1A NORM SPLY)
Alternate Supply HOT EMER BAT BUS
R (Overhead Panel 1A AUX/ADC 1 HOT SPLY)

MFC 1B
Primary Supply DC BUS 1
R (Overhead Panel 1B NORM SPLY)
Alternate Supply DC EMER BUS
R (Overhead Panel 1B AUX SPLY)

MFC 2A
Primary Supply DC EMER BUS
R (Overhead Panel 2A NORM SPLY)
Alternate Supply HOT MAIN BAT BUS
R (Overhead Panel 2A AUX SPLY)

MFC 2B
Primary Supply DC BUS 2
R (Overhead Panel 2B NORM SPLY)
Alternate Supply DC EMER BUS
R (Overhead Panel 2B AUX SPLY)

SYSTEM MONITORING
MFC 1(2) A (B)
These cautions are generated when MFC module(s) are detected failed.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “MFC 1(2) A(B)” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- FAULT light illuminates on the overhead panel

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20.5 MAINTENANCE

LATERAL MAINTENANCE PANEL

Recording of the failures is performed by the MFC 1A module.

(1) ”BITE LOADED” Magnetic indicator


Indicates that a failure has been recorded by the maintenance system.

(2) TEST pb
Used to check operation the the BITE LOADED magnetic indicator.
When pressed for more than 3s. the magnetic indicator is activated.

(3) ERS pb
When depressed for at least 5s, the maintenance magnetic indicator is erased. This
procedure also erases the MFC maintenance memory thus it has to be performed at the
end of the maintenance task.

(4) CONNECTOR OUTLET


Enables the optional MTS (Maintenance Test Set) system to be connected.

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MCDU

During a maintenance operation on the ground, MFC fault codes can be displayed by
means of “MPC” menu on MCDU.

In the “MPC” menu, select “MAINTENANCE” sub-- menu then “MFC” :


- The “BASIC MEMORY” gives access to the content of the fault codes stored since the
last erase (no chronological information).
- The “FLIGHT FAULT” memory gives access to the fault codes which occured during the 9
previous flights.

Note : To erase the maintenance memory, select “MAINT MEMORY ERASING” menu via
MFC menu to erase basic memory and/or the flight memory.
To erase the maintenance magnetic indicator, press “ERS” PB on the lateral maintenance
panel.

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20.6 SCHEMATICS

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30.1 DESCRIPTION

The MPC unit is including two parts :


- Flight Data Acquisition Unit (FDAU)
- Data Management Unit (DMU)

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

B) DMU Part
The MPC has the capability to manage ACMS functions (Aircraft Condition Monitoring
System) in order to :
- facilitate the maintenance of the aircraft.
- record data for the Flight Data Monitoring purpose (FDM)
The main possible ACMS functions are :
- QAR/DAR recording on a PCMCIA disk (QAR when the data frame is the
FDR one/ DAR when it is reprogrammed by a ground support equipment)
- >FDM purpose
- Management of reports (take-- off, cruise ...) - > FDM purpose
- Dialogue with the following aircraft equipments: MCDU, Printer, ACARS
(optional)
- Other maintenance functions.

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30.2 SCHEMATIC

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30.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/SYSTEM MONITORING

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

EQUIPMENT DC BUS SUPPLY (C/B)


MPC (in flight) DC ESS BUS (SECT 1)
(on lateral panel FLT DATA RCDR /
FDAU DFDR / FLT SPLY)
MPC (on ground) DC EMER BUS
(on lateral panel FLT DATA RCDR /
FDAU DFDR / GND SPLY)

SYSTEM MONITORING

See on dedicated chapter (flight instrument for recording and ice & rain protection for
APM)

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MPC LOST EQUIPMENT LIST

IMPORTANT NOTE on the DU indications:


SOME INDICATIONS and MONITORINGS are lost on DUs ; refer to the overhead panel.
Local alerts on the overhead panel are functional.

MPC

Maintenance Access (Via MCDU)


FDAU Function
DFDR

Indications lost:
AC STBY BUS on electrical system page
EMER BUS on electrical system page
ESS BUS on electrical system page
APM fault
NL
Flight time on EWD

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CPM / IOM LOST EQUIPMENT LISTS

IMPORTANT NOTE on the DU indications:


SOME INDICATIONS and MONITORINGS are lost on DUs ; refer to the overhead panel.
Note: Local alerts on the overhead panel are functional.

CPM 1

AP&YD
R TLU Auto
DE-- ICING Mode Sel Auto
Prop 1 Anti Icing
Left Turbo Fan

CPM 2

AP&YD
R TLU Auto
DE-- ICING Mode Sel Auto
Prop 2 Anti Icing
Right Turbo Fan

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IMPORTANT NOTE:SOME INDICATIONS and MONITORINGS are lost on DUs ; refer to


the overhead panel.
Note: Local alerts on the overhead panel are functional.
CPM 1 + 2

AP&YD
FD
R SPD TGT : AUTO/MAN
All speeds computed by the FMS lost (on ground: V1, VR, V2 ;
in flight: VmLB0, VmHB NORMAL, VMHB ICING SPEED
BUGS, VminOPS, VPROT, VMIN SPEED BANDS)

R TLU Auto mode


APM Messages
DE-- ICING Mode Sel Auto
Prop 1 Anti Icing
Prop 2 Anti Icing

FWS
VOR 2
(VOR / ILS 1 available on IESI only)
ADF 1 / ADF 2
NAV 1
NAV 2
Weather Radar

T2CAS and TCAS display


TAWS
XPDR Enhanced Surveillance
RA
DH/MDA

AUTO PRESS
Inhibition of Distributor Valve Heating
Left Turbo Fan
Right Turbo Fan

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IMPORTANT NOTE: SOME INDICATIONS and MONITORINGS are lost on DUs ; refer to
the overhead panel.
Note: Local alerts on the overhead panel are functional.

IOM DC12

PROP 1 Anti Icing


R ANTI/DE-- ICING Mode Sel Auto

IOM DC13

R ANTI/DE-- ICING Mode Sel Auto


Left Turbo Fan
R TLU Auto mode

IOM DC22

PROP 2 Anti Icing


R ANTI/DE-- ICING Mode Sel Auto

IOM DC23

Right Turbo Fan


R ANTI/DE-- ICING Mode Sel Auto
R TLU Auto mode

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IMPORTANT NOTE for DU indicatings:


For all of the following lost equipment list (IOM DC’s), SOME INDICATIONS and
MONITORINGS are lost on DUs ; refer to the overhead panel.
Note: Local alerts on the overhead panel are functional.
CPM1 IOM DC 22

VminOPS

R TLU Auto mode

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IMPORTANT NOTE for DU indicatings:


For all of the following lost equipment list (IOM DC’s), SOME INDICATIONS and
MONITORINGS are lost on DUs ; refer to the overhead panel.
Note: Local alerts on the overhead panel are functional.
CPM1 IOM DC 23

R MODE

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IMPORTANT NOTE for DU indicatings:


For all of the following lost equipment list (IOM DC’s), SOME INDICATIONS and
MONITORINGS are lost on DUs ; refer to the overhead panel.
Note: Local alerts on the overhead panel are functional.
CPM2 IOM DC 12

R TLU Auto mode

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IMPORTANT NOTE for DU indicatings:


For all of the following lost equipment list (IOM DC’s), SOME INDICATIONS and
MONITORINGS are lost on DUs ; refer to the overhead panel.
Note: Local alerts on the overhead panel are functional.
CPM2 IOM DC 13

R MODE

VminOPS

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IMPORTANT NOTE for DU indicatings:


For all of the following lost equipment list (IOM DC’s), SOME INDICATIONS and
MONITORINGS are lost on DUs ; refer to the overhead panel. .
Note: Local alerts on the overhead panel are functional.
IOM DC12 IOM DC13

FWS CAUTIONS ON EWD


FWS WARNINGS ON EWD
AND ASSOCIATED MASTER
AND ASSOCIATED MW AND
EQT LOSS FWS PROCEDURES CAUTION AND AURAL FWS CAUTIONS ON EWD FWS WARNINGS ON EWD
CRC
ALERTS
(REDONBLACK BACKGROUND)
(AMBERONBLACK BACKGROUND)
TLU auto mode NO ENG ITT
R DE-- ICING MODE SEL AUTO ENG EXCESS ITT
PROP 1 ANTI-- ICING ENG OVER LIMIT
LEFT TURBO FAN ENG 1 OVER LIM ENG 1 OIL PRESS *
WHEN THE A/C IS CLEAR OF * ONLY IN CASE OF ANALOG
FUEL 1 TEMP HI
ICE DETECTION AND NOT DISCRETE
FUEL 1 TEMP LO DETECTION
ENG 1 OIL TEMP LO
ENG 1 OIL TEMP HI
ENG 1 OIL TEMP OVHT

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IMPORTANT NOTE for DU indicatings:


For all of the following lost equipment list (IOM DC’s), SOME INDICATIONS and
MONITORINGS are lost on DUs ; refer to the overhead panel.
R Note: Local alerts on the overhead panel are functional.
IOM DC12 IOM DC22

& FLAPS UNLK

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IMPORTANT NOTE for DU indicatings:


For all of the following lost equipment list (IOM DC’s), SOME INDICATIONS and
MONITORINGS are lost on DUs ; refer to the overhead panel. Local alerts on the
overhead panel are functional.
IOM DC12 IOM DC23

PANEL

R TLU auto mode

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IMPORTANT NOTE for DU indicatings:


For all of the following lost equipment list (IOM DC’s), SOME INDICATIONS and
MONITORINGS are lost on DUs ; refer to the overhead panel. Local alerts on the
overhead panel are functional.
IOM DC13 IOM DC22

VminOPS

R TLU auto mode

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IMPORTANT NOTE for DU indicatings:


For all of the following lost equipment list (IOM DC’s), SOME INDICATIONS and
MONITORINGS are lost on DUs ; refer to the overhead panel.
Note: Local alerts on the overhead panel are functional.
IOM DC13 IOM DC23

R TLU Auto mode

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For all of the following lost equipment list (IOM DC’s), SOME INDICATIONS and
MONITORINGS are lost on DUs ; refer to the overhead panel.
Note: Local alerts on the overhead panel are functional.
IOM DC22 IOM DC23

R TLU Auto mode

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1.02.00 CONTENTS

1.02.10 GENERAL

10.1 DESCRIPTION

10.2 CONTROLS

10.3 OPERATION

10.4 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC/SYSTEM MONITORING

10.5 LATERAL MAINTENANCE PANEL

R 10.6 FWS MANAGEMENT and ELECTRONIC CHECK-- LISTS (if applicable)

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10.1 DESCRIPTION

The Flight Warning System (FWS) gives to the crew an operational aid for
management of normal and abnormal configurations of the aircraft systems. The FWS
performs the following functions :
- in case of detected alert, it draws crew’s attention through visual and aural
attention getters,
- in case of detected alert, it guides the crew to the system or subsystem concerned
by activating an alert message,
- it helps the crew to set the A/C in T.O. configuration,
- it inhibits some alerts at T.O.,
- it allows the crew to carry out normal procedures (checklist),
- it enables the crew to carry out abnormal and emergency procedures,
- it allows the crew to know limitations and/or remaining actions,
- it helps the crew identifying system action status required during procedure
processing by displaying the relevant system page on the SD.

The display area dedicated to the FWS is located on the lower part of the EWD.
It is composed of three parts :
- an Alerting Window on the left part
- a Procedure Window on the right part
- a status area dedicated to FWS information on the bottom part of the procedure window.

IMPORTANT NOTE

The chapter 1.02 Flight Warning System is written for the standard production
version of the ATR72- 212A Modification 5948 also called ATR72- 600.

On the initial production version (L2B1) the automatic procedure system will not be
operative.

All the Alerts, Master waning and Master cautions and alarms are operative, but in
case of detected failure the automatic procedure display in the procedure window
will not be operational.

The crew members will have to deal with the failure on the conventional way as on
the ATR72- 212A, using the QRH (Quick Reference Handbook).

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ARCHITECTURE

The FWS is composed of :


R - two modules, on each MFC (Multi Function Computer)1B and 2B
R - two CPM (Core Processing Module), one on each CAC (Core Avionic Cabinet )
R - two IOM-- S (Input/Output Module), one on each CAC.
R - four IOM-- DC (Input/Output Module), two on each CAC.
R - two SWM (SWitch Module), one on each CAC .
- a display format dedicated to the FWS : EWD is displayed on normal configuration on the
center Display Unit (DU3).
R - two EFCP ( EFIS Control Panels);
R - two MW ( Master Warning pushbuttons), one for each crew member;
R - two MC ( Master Caution pushbuttons), one for each crew member;
- a T.O. configuration test pushbutton;
- an emergency audio cancel guarded toggle switch;
- a maintenance panel to test some warnings (red) that cannot be tested at system
level

The FWS is managed by the FWA function of the CAC (Flight Warning Application)

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BASIC PRINCIPLES
The following two principles have been adopted :
- “All fligth deck lights out” concept
In normal operation all the ligths are extinguished (except sometimes green or cyan
light for transient phases).
- Detection sequence
The detection sequence comprises three different phases.
PHASE FUNCTION MEANS OF DETECTION
1 DETECTION AURAL ALERT + MW or MC
2 IDENTIFICATION ALERT MESSAGE IN THE ALERTING WINDOW
3 ISOLATION SYSTEM CONTROL AND INDICATING PANEL

ALERT LEVELS
The alerts are classified in 4 levels according to their importance and to the urgency of the
corrective action required.

LEVEL 3 : WARNINGS
This corresponds to an emergency situation requiring crew prompt corrective action.
The following alerts fall into this category :
- aircraft in hazardous configuration or limiting flight conditions (e.g. stall warning)
- serious system failure (e.g. engine fire)
These warnings are identified by :
S The MW light flashing red associated with a continuous repetitive chime (CRC) and a
red warning message displayed in the alerting window.
S a specific aural warning.

LEVEL 2 : CAUTIONS
This corresponds to an abnormal situation of the aircraft requiring timely crew corrective
action. Time for taking action will be left to crew’s discretion.
This level mainly comprises system failures having no immediate impact on safety (e.g.
engine overheat).
The cautions are identified by the MC light flashing amber associated with a single chime
(SC) and an amber message displayed in the alerting window.

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LEVEL 1 : ADVISORIES
This corresponds to a situation requiring crew monitoring.
This level mainly comprises failures leading to a loss of redundancy or degradation of a
system.
These advisories are identified by an amber caution message displayed in the alerting
window without aural alert.
LEVEL 0 : INFORMATION
This corresponds to an information situation action (eg. DME hold).
This information is provided by cyan, green or white display on the control display.
This level is not taken into account by the FWS. Therefore, there is no associated display
in the alerting window nor on the procedure window.

COLOR CODING
INDICATION COLOR INTERPRETATION
WARNING RED Configuration or failure requiring immediate action.
CAUTION AMBER Configuration not requiring immediate action.
Left to crew’s discretion
GREEN Normal operation
INDICATION CYAN Normal transient configuration
WHITE System selected off

ALERT INHIBITION (see chp 1.02.10 p11)


In order to avoid alerts during critical take off phase, inhibition follows the conditions
below :
- ENG oil, smoke warnings and some caution alerts are automatically inhibited before
take off.
Associated aural alerts are also inhibited.
These inhibitions will be cancelled :
S automatically as soon as one gear leg is not locked down,
S by pressing RCL pb.
- An emergency audio cancel sw allows the crew to cancel a nuisance aural for a whole
flight (except for LDG GEAR, VMO, VFE, VLE, Stall Warning, Whooler, AP
Disconnect). Associated aural will be reactivated :
S at next aircraft energization,
S after MFC 1B/2B reset,
S after pressing RCL pb,
S after T.O. Config test.

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AURALS
Two types of aurals alerts are used to alert the crew :

- Non specific alert always associated with an alert message displayed in the alerting
window :
- A continuous repetitive chime (CRC) associated with Master Warning (MW) lights
and red warning message displayed in the alerting window.
R - A single chime (SC) associated with Master Caution(MC) and amber caution message
displayed in the alerting window.

R - Specific aurals for alerts not associated with the illumination of the Master Warning
(MW) lights, or the Master Caution (MC) lights nor with an alert message displayed in
the alerting window :

Note : A priority order has been defined for aurals in case of simultaneous occurence
of warnings :
- Stall (cricket) - Nac OVHT (CRC)
- Overspeed (clacker) - Excess cab  P (CRC)
- Flaps unlocked (CRC) - Trim in motion (whooler)
- Config(CRC) - Smoke detection(CRC)
- Propeller brake failure (CRC) - Oil low press (CRC)
- Engine fire (CRC) - Landing gear not down (CRC)
- Pitch Disconnect (CRC) - AP disconnection(cavalry charge)
- Excess cabin altitude (CRC)

LOCAL ALERTS
R All the local alerts on the control and indicating panel on the overhead panel, on the
R central panel, or on display units, are activated by the systems. The local alerts are
then independent from the FWS that only takes these local alerts into account to draw
crew’s attention and has no possible action on them.

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10.2 CONTROLS

R EFIS CONTROL PANEL


R The control panel for FWS management is composed of two EFCPs (e.g Captain EFCP)

(1) PROC MENU pb


Enables to display the “Procedure Menu” in the procedure window.
(2) MAN DEL pb
Enables to delete manually inserted procedures.
(3) CLR pb
Enables to clear the clearable alert messages and procedures displayed in the alerting
window and in the procedure window.
(4) RCL pb
R - A first press on Recall push button (RCL pb) enables to display (in the alerting window)
the alert messages previously cleared but still detected.
R - A second press on Recall push button (RCL pb) scrolls down the alert messages list in
case of overflow in the alerting window.
(5)(6) n / o pbs
Enables to move on upward (respectivly downward) line boxing in the procedure window.
(7) V pb
Enables to validate (boxed item) an action or to activate a boxed procedure or status.

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R MW / MC LIGHTS

(1) MASTER WARNING light


Flashes red when a warning is generated with associated red label and procedures displayed
on the EWD.
When depressed, light will extinguish and associated aural warning will be cancelled.

(2) MASTER CAUTION light


Flashes amber when a caution is generated with associated amber label and procedures
displayed on EWD.
When depressed, light will extinguish.

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CONTROL PANEL

(1) TO CONFIG TEST pb


Used before take-- off :
- to check if aircraft configuration is correct for take-- off by simulating power levers at TO
position (except PRK BRK ON) :
- to perform an automatic RECALL (thus reactivating all aural warnings previously
cancelled by Emer Audio/Cancel).

When pressed, status messages are displayed on EWD. See description the table below

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R(2) EMER AUDIO CANCEL sw (refer to 1.02.10 p6)


Is safety wired. In case of false alert generated and undue continuous alert, EMER AUDIO
CANCEL sw will allow cancelation of this unwanted aural alert.
Example : If the SW is used to cancel a system X failure CRC, CRC is not cancelled for the
systems other than system X.
Cancelled aural warning will be reactivated :
R - at next aircraft energization (MFC reset)
- after MFC 1B/2B reset
- after pressing RCL pb
- following T.O. Config test
Except for aural warning associated with :
- landing gear (landing configuration)
- VMO, VFE, VLE
- Stall warning
- Pitch trim whooler
- AP Disconnect
Which will be rearmed as soon as the triggering condition disappears.

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PROCEDURE PRINCIPLES

R WITHOUT AIRCRAFT SYSTEM FAILURE

- On the right side of the alerting window, the procedure window enables the crew to
manage procedures.
- Procedure window is blank when no checklist is detected by the FWS..
- When activating the ”PROCEDURE MENU” through EFCP, ”NO ACTIVE
PROCEDURE” is displayed in the PROCEDURE MENU. The ”LIST” menu is displayed
below.
- Any procedure can be called from the “LIST” menu

- During take off, some alert messages are not displayed and attention getters are not
activated. When the power levers are in the take off position, the “CONFIG” warning is
activated if parking brake is applied and the amber “PRKG BRK ON” message is
displayed on EWD. On landing gear retraction, “TO INHIB” indication goes off and all
alert messages detected but inhibited during T.O. are displayed. The inhibition at T.O.
can also be manually deactivated by pressing the “RCL”pb.
- Before approach when “RCL” pb is pressed, no alert message is displayed in the
alerting window if no failure occured in flight.

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R WITH AIRCRAFT SYSTEM FAILURE
SINGLE FAILURE DETECTION
When a failure is detected, the associated alert message is displayed in the alerting
window. If a procedure is associated to the detected failure, it is simultaneously displayed
in the Procedure Window replacing the “PROCEDURE MENU”.
The alert message remains displayed as long as the failure is detected. Alert message
and Procedure can be cleared by pressing the “CLR” if it corresponds to a level 2
failure (caution message).

(NON VALIDATED ACTIONS : CYAN


VALIDATED ACTIONS : WHITE)

Color Coding
- Cyan items correspond to actions to be performed or choices to be made by the crew.
- Amber items correspond to abnormal procedure titles, recommendations and statuses
titles (even statuses deduced from emergency procedures).
- Red color corresponds to emergency procedures titles and strong recommendations.
- White color is used for subtitles items without associated action to be performed like
notes, normal procedures titles and items associated to validated actions.
“PENDING” list
Displayed in the “PROCEDURE MENU” above the ”LIST” menu. It lists the titles of all the
active procedures and statuses. Pressing ’RCL’ enables to display the PROCEDURE
MENU and to access the active procedures and statuses through the ”PENDING” list.
The entire procedure must be then taken up again as item previously validated are not
memorized.

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Status
Some procedures can lead to a status. In this case, when the procedure is performed and
validated, the FWS replaces the procedure by the associated status. Status titles are
displayed in the ”PENDING” list between brackets.
Manually inserted procedure
Any normal, abnormal and emergency procedures available in the ”LIST” sub-- menu can
be called. Manually called procedures are displayed in the ”PENDING” list with the ”MAN”
message at the right end of the line only if at least one item has been acknowledged.

MULTIPLE FAILURES DETECTION


All procedures associated to alert message have the same priority level as the alert
message.
Level 3 alerts ( Master Warning) have priority over any Level 2 (Master Caution) or normal
procedures.

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10.3 OPERATION

NORMAL OPERATION
WITHOUT AIRCRAFT SYSTEM FAILURE
After engines start :
No alert light illuminated in the cockpit except “PRKG BRK ON” amber message displayed
on EWD if the parking brake is set.
Before take off :
Press TO CONFIG TEST
- if aircraft is in correct configuration, no light will illuminate.
- if aircraft is not in correct configuration :
- MW light will flash red,
- CRC aural will be generated
- CONFIG red message on EWD associated with :
S FLT CTL when:
S Flaps are not in the TO configuration
S Pitch trim is not in the TO configuration (out of the green sector)
S Travel Limiter Unit (TLU) is not set to TO position (TO position - - > LO SPD)
S Aileron lock disagreement (AIL LOCK light illuminated)
S PWR MGT when:
- Power Management not in T.O. position
Before starting descent :
Press RCL on EFCP.
No messages displayed on EWD provided no failure occured in flight.

OVERSPEED ALERT
R When the aircraft is in overspeed condition, (VMO, VFE, VLE), a specific aural alert is
R generated.This alert persist until return below speed limits, see table.

ALERTS for VFE (alert at VLE (alert VLE VMO


VFE - 5kt) - 5kt)
R Flaps 0 185 kt 250 kt
R Flaps 15 185 kt
R Flaps 30 150 kt 150 kt

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R STALL ALERT
To generate this alert (cricket and stick shaker), aircraft is fitted with two angle of
attack probes, one on each side of the forward fuselage.

Angle of attack probe information is directly processed by the FWS.


Critical angle of attack detected by angle of attack probes leads to aural alert (cricket),
stick shaker activation, and then stick pusher activation.
In normal conditions, stick shaker and stick pusher triggering thresholds are
elaborated by adding a ”n” value to angles of attack corresponding to the basic
protections. n depends on engine 1 & 2 torques and flaps configuration.
Engine 1 torque signal is processed by MFC 1A and engine 2 torque signal is
processed by MFC 2A. So, two n are computed, but only the larger one is
considered.

The monitoring system uses:


- a microswitch signal on PL handles
- both EECs
- the four MFC modules

The failure of one of these elements invalids the associated n.


If a n is invalidated, the system takes into account the other one. If both n are
invalidated, system choses n = 0.
Note : System operation goes unnoticed for the crew.

AIRCRAFT CRITICAL ANGLE OF ATTACK


ALERT and STICK STICK PUSHER
SHAKER ACTIVATION ACTIVATION
FLAPS 0 FLAPS 15 FLAPS 30 FLAPS 0 FLAPS 15 FLAPS 30
HIGH POWER 10.9 10.9 9.9 13.4 14.1 12.8

LOW POWER 10.9 10.9 10.4 13.4 14.1 14.3

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Whenever “ICING AOA” is illuminated, the aircraft is protected by an earlier stall


threshold as follows :

AIRCRAFT CRITICAL ANGLE OF ATTACK


ALERT and STICK STICK PUSHER
SHAKER ACTIVATION ACTIVATION

FLAPS 0 FLAPS 15 FLAPS 30 FLAPS 0 FLAPS 15 FLAPS 30
R TAKE OFF 8.4 10.9
EN ROUTE 8.0 8.4 7.7 10.6 10.9 10.8

Notes - EN ROUTE values occurs, when 10 mn have elapsed if take off was performed
flaps 15 or immediately if take off not performed flaps 15 (ferry flight for
instance)
- Stall alarm alert and shaker are inhibited when aircraft is on the ground
- Stick pusher activation is inhibited :
on ground
during 10 seconds after lift off
in flight, provided radio altimeter is operative, when the aircraft
descends below 500 ft.

- If radio altimeter gives an erroneous ”< 500 ft” signal meanwhile


IAS > 185 kt for more than 120 seconds (cruise), STICK PUSHER FAULT
amber light will come on to notify the crew that stick pusher is inhibited.

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R WITH AIRCRAFT SYSTEM FAILURE
R LEVEL 3 LEVEL 2
Failure detection
- aural alert : CRC - aural alert : SC
- MW light flashing red - MC light flashing amber
- red warning message on EWD - amber caution message on EWD
identifying the failure identifying the failure
- for all cases, a red light on the - local alert light on the affected system
affected system control panel and/or on control panel and/or SD system page
SD system page
Acknowledgement of the failure by the crew
- Press MW light - Press MC light
D MW light extinguishes D MC light extinguishes
D aural alert is cancelled
Corrective action
D lf the failure disappears, associated local alert light extinguishes, EWD message
disappears.
D If the failure does not disappear, associated local alert light remains illuminated,
EWD
message remains displayed.
- Press CLR on EFCP (after Procedure application)
EWD message does not disappear EWD message disappear
Before starting descent, press RCL on Take into account the failure conse-
EFCP. quences for the landing.Press CLR on
EWD messages, associated with systems EFCP (after Procedure application). Cau-
where a failure persists, or, with a white tion alert messages will disappear.
light illuminated on the associated control
panel will be displayed.

Note :
The local alert lights always reflect directly the system status : they are never inhibited or
cleared by any other mean than restoring normal functioning.
When a local alert light disappears, the other alert sequence elements (MW/MC Iight, EWD
messages, aurals) also disappear.

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R OPERATION WITH MFC’s FAILURE

In case of MFC 1B and 2B failure :


- MC illuminates without flashing
- MFC amber message displayed on EWD
- MFC 1B and 2B amber FAULT lights illuminate on overhead panel
In these conditions, processing of alerts is as follows :
- All level 2 alerts and “CONFIG” + “ENG OIL” + “PROP BRK” level 3 alerts are not
processed. The crew has to monitor the overhead panel where the local alerts are still
active.
- All other level 3 alerts are processed on EWD (without MW and CRC).

If both FWA are detected failed, the ”FWA not available” message is displayed on a
blank black page on the Procedure Window. No alert message is displayed anymore
and the crew has to monitor the instrument panels where the local alerts are still active.
For failures detected by MFC, attention getters MC and SC or MW and CRC are still
activated.

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10.4 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC/SYSTEM MONITORING


ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
EQUIPMENT DC BUS SUPPLY(CB)
MFC 1B
Primary supply DC BUS 1
R (Overhead Panel 1B NORM SPLY)

Alternate supply DC EMER BUS


R (Overhead Panel 1B AUX SPLY)
MFC 2B
Primary supply DC BUS 1
R (Overhead Panel 2B NORM SPLY)

Alternate supply DC EMER BUS


R (Overhead Panel 2B AUX SPLY)

MFC LOGIC
See chapter 1.01.

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SYSTEM MONITORING

FWS NOT AVAIL


This message is displayed amber on the EWD when :

- both AFDX switches are reported faulty (SWM 1 and 2 fault).


The message is displayed on a blank black page on the lower part of the EWD.
Alerts are no more displayed and the crew has to monitor the overhead panel.
Attention getters MC and SC or MW and CRC are still activated.

- both CPM are reported faulty (CPM 1 and 2 fault).


The message is displayed on a blank black page on the lower part of the EWD.
Alerts are no more computed and the crew has to monitor the overhead panel.
For failures detected by MFC, attention getters MC and SC or MW and CRC are still
activated.

- both FWA are detected failed (FWA 1 and 2 fault).


The message is displayed on a blank black page on the lower part of the EWD.
Alerts are no more computed and the crew has to monitor the overhead panel.
For failures detected by MFC, attention getters MC and SC or MW and CRC are still
activated.

Note : The crew is then headed toward the corresponding procedure to apply (see Procedure
page below)

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CPM 1(2)
This caution is generated when one of the CPM is detected faulty.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “CPM 1(2)” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)

Note : When backup FWA becomes primary, due to opposite FWA or CPM failure, the
”PROCEDURE PENDING” white message is displayed centered in the procedure window.
Pressing the ’PROC MENU’ PB enables the crew to display the PROCEDURE MENU.

FWS SGL CH
This caution is generated when one of the FWA is detected faulty.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “FWS SGL CH” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)

MFC 1B + 2B
This caution is generated when MFC modules 1B and 2B are detected failed.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “MFC 1B + 2B” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- FAULT light illuminates on the overhead panel

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10.5 LATERAL MAINTENANCE PANEL


On LH maintenance panel, a “WARN” section allows testing, on ground, of several warnings
which cannot be tested on their own system.
This section includes :
- a rotary selector to select the system to be tested ;
- a Push To Test (PTT) pushbutton to activate the selected test.
Note : The rotary selector must be replaced in NORM FLT position before flight.

(1) “CHAN” lights


Illuminates green to check the two angle of attack channels for correct operation.

R (2) ROTARY selector


System which can be tested :
- SMK : MW, CRC, “FWD SMK”, “AFT SMK”, and “ELEC SMK” red message on EWD.

- EXCESS CAB ALT : MW, CRC, “EXCESS CAB ALT” red message on EWD;

- PITCH DISCONNECT : MW, CRC, “PITCH DISCONNECT” red message on EWD.

- LDG GEAR NOT DOWN : MW, CRC, “LDG GEAR NOT DOWN” red message on EWD,
red light in landing gear lever.

- EXCESS CAB P : MW, CRC, “EXCESS CAB P” red message on EWD

To be continued next page ... \ ...

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R 10.5 LATERAL MAINTENANCE PANEL (CONT’D)

R - VMO: clacker

- STICK PUSHER SHAKER - YES :


S Stall cricket and both stick shakers are activated
S After 5 seconds, “GPWS” amber alert message is displayed on EWD
S After 10 seconds : - CHAN 1, CHAN 2 illluminate
- Stick pusher is activated
- Stick pusher indicators illuminate green
S Select WARN rotary selector to NORM FLT
S Monitor : - STICK PUSHER lights OFF
- C/B 14 FU FLT CTL / STICK PUSHER / PWR SUPPLY in.

- STICK PUSHER SHAKER - TEST 1 :


S Stall cricket and left stick shaker are activated
S After 5 seconds :
- “GPWS” amber alert message is displayed on EWD
- MC, “FLT CTL” amber message displayed on EWD and stick pusher FAULT pb
illuminate amber

- STICK PUSHER SHAKER - TEST 2 :


S Stall cricket and right stick shaker are activated
S After 5 seconds :
- “GPWS” amber alert message is displayed on EWD
- MC, “FLT CTL” amber message displayed on EWD and stick pusher FAULT pb
illuminate amber
- STICK PUSHER SHAKER - TEST 3 :
S CHAN 1, CHAN 2 illuminate
S Stall cricket and both stick shakers are activated
S After 5 seconds, “GPWS” amber alert message is displayed on EWD

Note : If ICING AOA is illuminated :


- YES procedure is the same.
R - TEST 1 procedure is the same except that CHAN 1, CHAN 2 illuminate
R - TEST 2 procedure is the same except that CHAN 1, CHAN 2 illuminate
R - TEST 2 procedure is the same except that stick pusher is activated in the
same time as shakers.

(3) “PTT” pb
After having selected a system with the rotary selector, the PTT pb allow to activate the test.
R As soon as a test is initiated, “MAINT PNL” amber message will be displayed on EWD.

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10.6 FWS MANAGEMENT and ELECTRONIC CHECK- LISTS

Note: for human factor recommendations, refer to sections 2.03.02, 2.04.01 and 2.05.01.
FWS automatically generates alerts (Warnings & Cautions) when an abnormal system
condition is detected.
FWS automatically triggers procedures (when properly documented) associated to
abnormal system operation and/or icing conditions.
FWS automatically displays relevant associated C/L.
Easy access to C/L & procedures is allowed within FWS display area.
Dedicated FWS area lies on EWD’s bottom and is split between CAS window (left column),
procedures & C/L window (right hand side area).
ALERTS
Alerts consists of WARNINGS & CAUTIONS.
WARNING labels are specific, intuitive and self-- explanatory.
CAUTION labels are initially prefixed with QRH abnormal procedures titles.

Pop-- up CAS window alerts will trigger:

MW-- MASTER WARNING flasher is associated to CRC-- CONTINUOUS REPETITIVE


CHIME.
MC-- MASTER CAUTION flasher is associated to SC-- SINGLE CHIME.
Depressing corresponding flashers will turn these off and silence their associated chimes.

New following pop-- up alerts will though trigger similar sequence of events.
A new CAUTION pop-- up alert, bearing similar class label as precedently uncleared alert,
will not trigger any corresponding chime.

WARNING alerts cannot be cleared using CLR PB, while CAUTION alerts maybe.
CAUTION alerts maybe recalled using RCL PB provided condition is still pending.

CAS display sorting sequence:


Warnings are displayed on top and sorted according to a specfically designed hierarchy.
Cautions are displayed below warnings if any, they are also sorted according to a
specifically designed hierarchy.
CAS list may exceed cas window capability. Thus, a second (third,...etc.) list remain
hidden and is indicated by an amber arrowhead lying to the bottom. Crew may display it,
hitting RCL PB.

Alerts (WARNING or CAUTION) may be associated to:


- neither procedure at all.
- a specifically dedicated procedure.
- several activated procedures in accordance with operational context.
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EWD WINDOW:
EWD WINDOW may be:
- empty if neither procedure nor C/L is activated.
- displayed as a ”PENDING PROCEDURE” if any active procedure was cleared prior
being correctly completed.
- a given PROCEDURE (or C/L) displayed on a single or several pages.
CHECK- LISTS:
FWS is designed to detect either current ground and flight phases. CHECK LISTS will be
purposedly triggered on a timely manner:
- FINAL COCKPIT PREPARATION with ACFT either powered using GPU or HOTEL
Mode.
- BEFORE PROPELLER ROTATION will be pending untill FINAL COCKPIT
PREPARATION is completed.
- BEFORE TAXI once one engine is running and associated Condition Lever is set to
AUTO or OVRD.
- TAXI once PRKG BRK is released.
- BEFORE TAKE OFF once ”TO CONFIG TEST” PB is depressed.
- AFTER TAKE OFF once ACFT is set airborne.
- DESCENT upon final descent phase detection.
- APPROACH is pending following DESCENT completion.
- BEFORE LANDING upon final approach phase detection.
- AFTER LANDING upon touchdown once airspeed gets below 60 kt.
- PARKING follows AFTER LANDING once PRKG BRK is set on.
- LEAVING AIRCRAFT is pending once PARKING is completed.
NORMAL PROCEDURES:
NORMAL PROCEDURES may be associated to icing conditions:
- with ICING being detected and/or AIRFRAME DE-- ICING being selected ON, ICE
ACCRETION procedure will be activated (FAA requires ENTERING ICING CONDITIONS
procedure to be activated upon ENGINE DE-- ICING selection).
- if ICING AOA condition is active, deselecting HORNS ANTI-- ICING will trigger LEAVING
ICING CONDITIONS procedure.
EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES:
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES are associated to a red WARNING label.
ABNORMAL PROCEDURES are associated to a red WARNING or to an amber CAUTION
label.
EMERGENCY or ABNORMAL procedure is cancelled if:
- none of procedure’s item (s) is aknowledged &/or associated WARNING or CAUTION
condition is not anymore valid.
- procedure’s item (s) are aknowledged all with ”PROCEDURE COMPLETED” prompt
down to procedure’s page bottom.
All procedures & C/L may be manually browsed, using EFCP’s PROC MENU PB. Manually
activated procedure’s title is ”MAN” suffixed on line’s RH side.
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PROCEDURE & STATUS PAGES LAYOUTS:


A PROCEDURE body starts with title (line 1) & an optionnal sub-- title (line 2) when a
sub-- procedure is engaged.

PROCEDURE embodies 3 main parts:


- itemized list of actions that needs be completed following displayed steps to immediately
resolve failure consequences.
- deferred items to be later applied for specific flight phases, taking into account failure’s
future operationnal consequences. Those flight phases might be ”icing conditions”,
”before approach”, ”before landing”, ”after touchdown”,...etc.
- failure’s resulting limitations.

Three push button are designed to scroll & browse within procedures:
- Two arrowheads push button (for up & down scrolling) moves a blue outlined highlighted
frame all along item list.
- a dedicated PB allows for boxed item aknowledgement.

Once all items are completed & aknowledged, procedure &/or C/L is now completed & a
”PROCEDURE COMPLETED” caption pops out.
Once complete, ”PROCEDURE COMPLETED” caption needs be aknowledged itself:
- with no pending procedure, C/L or status, procedure window turns blank.
- with a pending procedure, C/L or status, a ”PROC MENU” page is activated. Crew is kept
aware of yet to apply procedure list & related status for flight remainder. ”PROC MENU”
displays pending list & associated menu.
- with only one pending C/L along with a currently opened procedure (C/L), the first one will
be recalled after corresponding ”PROCEDURE COMPLETED” aknowledgement.

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Within a given procedure, mandatory items (those displayed in procedure’s first part) are
labeled in cyan. They turn white once aknowledged. Other items are shown in white,
excepting caution items (amber) &/or warning items (red).
Further flight phase postponed actions & limitations are automatically embodied in
pending list’s stored status.
”STATUS” begins with a title (& sub-- title if triggered by sub-- procedure).
”STATUS” is made of 3 parts:
- DEFERRED ACTIONS to be later applied in specified flight phase, in order to consider
deferred failure operational consequences. Flight phase may be ”icing conditions”,
”approach”, ”before landing”, ”after touchdown” ...etc.
- LIMITATIONS related to failure and applied actions.
- failure associated INOP EQUIPMENTS list (not exceeding 3 pages).
To ease PROCEDURE or STATUS items browsing, a blue highlighted box helps focusing
each item.
When PROCEDURES or STATUSES are displayed on more than 2 pages,
PROCEDURES’s white & STATUSES’s amber page numbers are displayed.
PROCEDURE’s algorythms
FWS is not able to detect all relevant operational scenarii. Crew must choose most
appropriate scenario as applicable. These options are highlighted with procedure’s
sub-- title. Selecting an option needs all preceding items be aknowledged.
Option list is identified by crew using colored fonts:
J . . If condition xx (typed cyan)
or
J . . If condition yy (typed cyan)
Activating an option also activates associated sub-- menu.
Once option is activated, ”PREVIOUS CHOICE” prompt on line 3, allows returning to
option list to change previous selection.
PROCEDURE’s CONDITIONAL ACTION
Conditional action is identified by crew using colored fonts:
J . . If condition xx (typed white)
ACTION AAA (typed white)
PROCEDURE’s CONDITIONAL PHASE
Conditional Phase is identified using colored fonts:
F . . Phase condition xx (typed white)
Phase ITEM listing (typed white)
CLEARING/DELETING C/L, PROCEDURES or STATUSES
a) EWD window’s displayed PROCEDURES, C/L or STATUSES :
- hitting ”CLR” PB deletes PROCEDURES, C/L and STATUSES from being displayed on
EWD window.
A ”PENDING PROCEDURE” caption will remind a pending C/L or PROCEDURE on EWD.
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- depressing ”MAN DEL” PB more than 3s will clear displayed PROCEDURE or C/Lfrom
EWD window until pilot hits ”RCL” again, though recalling relevant PROCEDURE or C/L if
triggering conditions are still valid.
b-- EWD window active PROC MENU’s page:
- depressing ”MAN DEL” PB more than 3s will delete boxed PROCEDURE or C/L until Pilot
hits ”RCL” again, though recalling relevant PROCEDURE or C/L if triggering conditions
are still valid.
- depressing ”MAN DEL” more than 3s will clear boxed STATUS MAN (bad label, MAN
STATUS is a lot preferrable). Automatic STATUSES can’t be cleared.
PROCEDURES & C/L AUTOMATIC MANAGEMENT
- Blank EWD window will automatically display newly triggered procedure or c/l.
- Displayed ”PROCEDURE PENDING” (bad label, ”PENDING PROCEDURE” is a lot
preferrable) on a blank EWD window will be bypassed to display a newly triggered
procedure or c/l.
- Displayed procedures or c/l will get their newly triggered similar or sub-- leveled
couterparts stored in the PENDING LIST with a related CAS window caption to get crew
properly reminded.
- No items aknowledged & displayed lower level procedure or c/l will automatically be
bypassed by any highly leveled newly triggered ones.
- then,previously displayed procedure is stored, according to its rank, in the PENDING
LIST (alert CAS window caption is kept displayed if related procedure is still active).
- previously displayed procedure is automatically cleared of EWD WINDOW if triggering
conditions are no longer valid.
- manually opened procedures or c/l are not stored in the PENDING LIST (thus no CAS
window caption is displayed).
- All activated ”WARNING” PROCEDURES automatically bypass lower rank procedures
or c/l.
- previously displayed procedure is then stored in the PENDING LIST according to its
rank (CAS window’s corresponding caption is still displayed).
- if triggering conditions are no longer valid, associated procedure is cleared (so is the
associated CAS window caption).
- manually opened procedures or c/l are not stored in the PENDING LIST (nor was CAS
window caption displayed).
- With an active PROC MENU page, once a new CAUTION procedure or c/l is triggered,
associated PROC MENU page is kept displayed while procedure pending list is
automatically refreshed with this newly triggered CAUTION procedure, appropriately
listed according to its rank. Highest ranks are sorted with focus to the top of associated
pending list.
- Newly triggered WARNING procedure is automatically sorted & displayed on associated
active PROC MENU page.
- Active & browsed PROC MENU will:
- automatically display newly triggered WARNING procedure.
- open any of 3 EMERGENCY/NORMAL/ABNORMAL sub-- menus, all along with newly
triggered CAUTION procedure or c/l, appropriately stored in the pending list with
unaltered sub-- menu page.
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1.03.00 CONTENTS

1.03.10 GENERAL

1.03.20 PNEUMATIC SYSTEM

20.1 DESCRIPTION

20.2 CONTROLS

20.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC/SYSTEM MONITORING

20.4 LATERAL MAINTENANCE PANEL

20.5 SCHEMATIC

1.03.30 AIR CONDITIONING

30.1 DESCRIPTION

30.2 CONTROLS AND INDICATING

30.3 SD CABIN PAGE

30.4 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC/SYSTEM MONITORING

30.5 SCHEMATIC

1.03.40 PRESSURIZATION

40.1 DESCRIPTION

40.2 CONTROLS

40.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC/SYSTEM MONITORING

40.4 SCHEMATICS

Mod: 5948
AIR 1.03.10
P1 001
GENERAL APR 11
AA

The aircraft uses external air to supply :


- the air conditioning and the ventilation systems
- the pressurization system
- the de-- icing system

Air inlets location :


- engines air intakes
- main landing gear fairings
- low pressure ground unit through a connector

The air intended for air conditioning and pressurization is pressurized by engines
compressors and delivered through the bleed valves.
It is conditioned by the packs, distributed to the pressurized zones then discharged
overboard through two outflow valves. A part of this air is recirculated.

Electrical and electronic equipments and the forward cargo compartment are ventilated
by cabin ambient air which is then recirculated or discharged outside the aircraft.

The de-- icing system is described in the chapter 1.13.

The MFC provides the system monitoring and failures information to crew members.

Mod: 5948
AIR 1.03.20
P1 001
PNEUMATIC SYSTEM APR 11

20.1 DESCRIPTION (See schematic p.10/11)

Compressed air is bled from the engine compressors at the LP or HP stages.


The pneumatic system consists of all the systems designed to supply air to the various
aircraft systems, zones or engines, with associated control, monitoring and indicating
components. It supplies under pressure air for air conditioning, pressurization and ice
protection system.
A protection against overheat due to possible leakage around the hot air ducts is
provided.

AIR BLEED
- Air conditioning and pressurization
The system is designed to :
¯ select the compressor stage from which air is bled, depending on the pressure
and/or temperature existing at these stages.
¯ regulate air pressure in order to avoid excessive pressures.
Air is generally bled from the low compressor stage (LP). At low engine speed when
pressure from LP stage is insufficient, air source is automatically switched to the high
compressor stage HP. (This may occur on ground and during descent at F.I.).
Transfer of air is achieved by means of a pneumatically operated and electrically
controlled butterfly valve, (HP valve) which remains closed in absence of electrical
supply :
¯ when the HP valve is closed, air is directly bled from the LP stage through LP bleed
air check valves.
¯ when the HP valve is open, the HP air pressure is admitted into the LP pneumatic
ducting and closes the check valves ; air is therefore bled from HP stage only,
without any recirculation into the engine.

- Wing and engine de-- icing.


Air is bled from the HP compressor stage. Transfer of air is achieved through a pressure
regulating valve which is electrically controlled.

ISOLATION
Downstream of the junction of the LP and HP ducting, air is admitted into the duct by a
pneumatically operated, electrically controlled butterfly bleed valve which acts as a shut
off valve. It includes a single solenoid which locks the valve closed when deenergized.
The bleed valve automatically closes in the following cases :
- Bleed duct OVHT
- Bleed duct LEAK
- Actuation of associated ENG FIRE handle
- Engine failure at TO (UPTRIM signal)
In the absence of air pressure, the valve is spring-- loaded closed regardless of electrical
power supply.
Note : During a starting sequence, the bleed valves opening is inhibited.

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AIR 1.03.20
P2 001
PNEUMATIC SYSTEM APR 11
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CROSSFEED

The crossfeed valve installed on the crossfeed duct is designed to connect LH and RH air
bleed systems.
- On the ground, it opens only when air is supplied from the RH engine oprating in hotel
mode.
- In flight, the crossfeed valve is normally closed.
This is a spring loaded closed, solenoid controlled, pneumatic shut off valve. The valve is
closed with solenoid deenergized.

LEAK DETECTION SYSTEM

A continuous monitoring system is installed in order to detect overheat due to duct


leakage and to protect the structure and components in the vicinity of hot air ducts:
- Wing leading edge and wing to fuselage fairing.
- Upper and lower fuselage floor,
- Air conditioning pack area.
In order to ensure rapid leak sensing, a Kevlar envelope is installed around the major
part of the high temperature ducts to collect and direct leaking air to the sensing
elements.
The sensing system includes two single loop detection assemblies, one for the RH and
one for the LH air duct systems.
The sensing elements comprise a control lead (nickel wire) embedded in an insulating
material and are integrated in an inconel tube connected to aircraft ground.
Each sensing element is permanently subjected to the temperature of the compartment
it protects. For any temperature higher than a preset value : 153_C (307_F) applied to a
part of the sensing element, the resistance of the eutectic mixture rapidly decreases and
the central lead is grounded. This results in an alert signal processed in a control unit
which triggers illumination of LEAK light on overhead panel, and leak on the cabin SD
page. After one second time delay, the associated pack valve, HP valve and BLEED
valve (and GRD X FEED valve if the left loop is affected) are automatically latched
closed.
Note : In case of LEAK, the crew must consider the associated bleed system as
inoperative for the rest of the flight.

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A

AIR 1.03.20
P3 001
PNEUMATIC SYSTEM APR 11

OVERHEAT CONTROL SYSTEM

This system includes switches (thermal resistances) which are installed downsteam of
the bleed valve.
These switches, which are duplicated for safety, ensure that the HP bleed valve and the
bleed air shut-- off valve are closed whenever any abnormal over temperature conditions
occur. They operate at 274_C (525_F) and are controlled by the MFC.
In case of OVHT, the associated bleed system may be recovered after a cooling time.

OVERPRESSURE CONTROL SYSTEM

The pressure switch is fitted on the bleed air duct upstream the bleed air shut-- off valve.
When air bleed pressure > 80 psi, overpressure switch sends a signals to the MFC which
closes the bleed air shut off valves. FAULT light illuminates on the corresponding air bleed
push button.

HP BLEED AIR THERMAL PROTECTION

When this thermal sensor detects a tempetrature > 270°C on HP port, the HP bleed valve
is closed and the MFC bite loaded magnetic indicator (located on maintenance panel) turn
amber.

Mod: 5948
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AIR 1.03.20
P4 001
PNEUMATIC SYSTEM FEB 12

20.2 CONTROLS AND INDICATING

AIR BLEED PANEL

R (1) ENG BLEED pbs


Controls the associated HP valve and BLEED valve.
ON (pb pressed in) associated HP and bleed valves solenoids are energized.
The valves will open if pressure is available.
OFF (pb released) associated HP and bleed valves are closed. OFF light
illuminates white. Caution “AIR BLEED 1(2)” is displayed on EWD.
FAULT The light illuminates amber and a specific caution message from the FWS is
displayed on EWD associated with a Caution and a Single Chime when the
bleed valve position disagrees with the selected position (case of OVHT,
Overpressure or LEAK).
(2) OVHT light
The light illuminates amber and the caution message “OVHT” from the FWS is
displayed on EWD associated with a caution light and a Single Chime when either of
the respective bleed duct dual overheat sw operates (T > 274 ºC/525 ºF).
(3) LEAK light
The light comes on amber and the caution message “LEAK” from the FWS is displayed
on EWD associated with a caution light and a Single Chime when respective bleed leak
detection system signal an alert (T loop > 153 ºC/307ºF).
(4) X VALVE OPEN light
The light illuminates amber when the GRD X FEED valve is open. This occurs on
ground when the air is bled from right engine running in hotel mode (propeller brake
switched on) or during taxiing with one engine running.

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P5 001
PNEUMATIC SYSTEM FEB 12
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CABIN SD PAGE
.

(1) ENGINE BLEED symbol


- Green engine bleed : ON status, FULLY status, FULL OPERATIVE, NO FAULT reported
- White engine bleed : OFF status, NO FAULT reported
- Amber engine bleed : The engine bleed is reported faulty either because a fault directly
impacts the system or another fault is detected and impacts the engine bleed air system
(duct bleed leak, engine off, etc...).

(2) BLEED CROSSFEED pipe


- Green : air is flowing in the pipe
- Grey : no air is flowing inside the pipe but the bleed crossfeed valve operation is reported
faulty
- Not shown : No air flows inside the pipe and the bleed crossfeed valve operates properly.

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(3) BLEED CROSSFEED valve


- Green : the bleed crossfeed valve operates properly and is fully open (the valve
open position corresponds to the valve command)
- Amber : the valve reported position does not correspond to the valve command.
R (Refer to System Monitoring chapter : 1.03.20 p007_001 )
- Not shown : the valve operates properly and is fully closed as required.

(4) OVHT
Amber “OVHT” displayed besides the affected engine bleed.
R (Refer to System Monitoring chapter : 1.03.20 p007_001)

(5) LEAK
Amber “LEAK” displayed besides the engine bleed on the relevant side.
R (Refer to System Monitoring chapter : 1.03.20 p007_001)

Mod: 5948
AIR 1.03.20
P7 001
PNEUMATIC SYSTEM APR 11
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20.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC/SYSTEM MONITORING

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
DC BUS SUPPLY AC BUS SUPPLY
EQUIPMENT (C/B) (C/B)
ENG 1
HP valve DC BUS 1 - NIL -
(on lateral panel ENG 1 BLEED/SO
VALVES/HP)
Bleed valve DC ESS BUS - NIL -
(on lateral panel ENG 1 BLEED/SO
VALVES/BLEED)
Fault and OVHT alert DC ESS BUS - NIL -
light (on lateral panel ENG 1
BLEED/CAUTION)
ENG 2
DC BUS 2
HP valve (on lateral panel ENG 2 BLEED/SO - NIL -
VALVES/HP - ENG2 BLEED/SO
VALVES/BLEED)
Bleed valve DC ESS BUS - NIL -
(on lateral panel)
Fault and OVHT alert DC ESS BUS - NIL -
light (on lateral panel ENG 2
BLEED/CAUTION)
CROSSFEED
Crossfeed valve and DC BUS 1 - NIL -
associated OPEN light (on lateral panel XFEED)
LEAK
Bleed leak detection - NIL - 115 VAC BUS 1 (on
system lateral panel ENG 1&2
/ BLEED LEAK DET)
LEAK lights DC BUS 1 - NIL -
(on lateral panel ENG 1&2 / BLEED
LEAK / CAUTION)
MFC LOGIC
See chapter 1.01.
Mod :5948
AIR 1.03.20
P8 001
PNEUMATIC SYSTEM APR 11
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SYSTEM MONITORING
- AIR BLEED 1(2)
This alert is triggered when there is a desagreement between the bleed valve position and
command, due to a system failure or another fault which impacts the engine bleed air
system (overpressure, engine off, etc...).
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “AIR BLEED 1(2)” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- Bleed FAULT on overhead panel
- AIR BLEED 1(2) OVHT
This alert is triggered when one of the two over-- temperature switches is subjected to a
temperature of 274 ºC (525 ºF) or higher.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “AIR BLEED 1(2) OVHT” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- Amber “OVHT” displayed besides the affected engine bleed on SD
cabin page
- OVHT light illumination on the overthead panel
- Bleed FAULT on overhead panel
- AIR LEAK 1(2)
This alert is triggered when a bleed leak is detected.
Note that the leak may be detected from the engine bleed source down to the pack and the
bleed crossfeed valve.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “AIR LEAK 1(2)” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- Amber “LEAK” displayed besides the engine bleed on the relevant
side on SD cabin page
- LEAK light illumination on the overthead panel
- Bleed FAULT on overhead panel
- AIR X VALVE
This alert is triggered when the valve reported position does not correspond to the valve
command. Therefore the valve is either failed open or failed closed (amber open or amber
closed).
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “AIR X VALVE” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- X VALVE OPEN on the overhead panel (only in open position)

Mod :5948
AIR 1.03.20
P 9/10 001
PNEUMATIC SYSTEM APR 11
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20.4 LATERAL MAINTENANCE PANEL

(1) BITE LOADED magnetic indicator


Indicates that a failure - “LH or RH HP valve position disagrees with the closed selected
position” - has been recorded by the maintenance system that happened when the HP
bleed air thermal sensor detects a temperature > 270°C.

(2) AIR BLEED LEAK Push To Test button


Used to check the functionning of both ambient overheat detection circuits along the
bleed air ducts. Both bleed leak detection loops are tested simultaneously.
When depressed, both “LEAK” lights illuminate (test is successfull) on the overhead panel
and on the SD cabin page.

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AIR 1.03.20
P 11 001
PNEUMATIC SYSTEM APR 11
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20.5 SCHEMATIC

Mod :5948
AIR 1.03.30
P1 001
AIR CONDITIONING APR 11
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30.1 DESCRIPTION

AIR PRODUCTION

The air conditioning system is supplied by air processed through two packs which regulate air
flow and temperature as required. The two packs are installed in the main landing gear
fairings and operate automatically and independently.
The left pack supplies the cabin and cocpkit with conditionned air, the right pack supplies only
the cabin.
Note : If one pack is inoperative, the other one supplies both compartments through the
mixing chamber.

Hot air from the engines is admitted through pack valves and conditioned (cooled, dried,
compressed) into the packs.
The pack valve is pneumatically operated and electrically controlled. This butterfly valve has
two functions :
- Pack shut off
- Pressure control and hence flow control. Normal or high flow are available. The selection
of the high flow mode increases the pack entrance pressure resulting in conditioning
performance improvement.
Without air pressure and regardless of electrical command, the pack valve is spring-- loaded
closed. It will also close without electrical supply.
Note : Pack valves will be automatically closed in case of leak detection.
Air Cooling is performed :
- by two ground turbo fans through turbo shut off valves when :
S IAS አ 150 kt and landing gear is retracted for less than 10 min.
Note : In case of ENG OIL LOW PRESS, the turbo fan starts on the opposite side
and is running as long as IAS አ 150 kt and regardless of landing gear position.
S IAS አ 150 kt and landing gear is extended.
- by ram air when IAS > 150 kt.
Note : Incorrect position of a turbo fan shut off valve leads to closure of associated pack valve

Mod: 5948
AIR 1.03.30
P2 001
AIR CONDITIONING APR 11
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AIR VENTILATION

Conditioned air is blown into the cabin by outlet ramps located under the overhead bins
through two electrical isolating valves (CAB VENT). It is then evacuated through guides
along the cabin side walls at floor level. A part of it is recirculated by the fans, the other part
being evacuated overboard through the outflow valves installed in the rear under floor.
An additional electrical fan is used (through a switch installed on the flight attendant
panel) to increase the airflow of each passenger individual outlet.
It can be used on ground and during climb, and is inhibited when one pack is OFF.
The toilet is ventilated by differential pressure through a vent line.

Mod: 5948
AIR 1.03.30
P3 001
AIR CONDITIONING APR 11
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Flight deck, forward cargo compartment, electric and electronic equipments are
ventilated by flow of ambient air which is :
- Recirculated (underflow) to the pressurized compartment, or
- Ducted overboard.
The selection is operated by the overboard (OVBD) valve which controls the underfloor
(U/F) valve :
- OVBD full closed →U/F open
- OVBD partially or full closed →U/F closed
- OVBD NORMAL MODE : Automatic selection
- OVBD MANUAL MODE : to be used in case of AUTO MODE failure or, on ground, to
accelerate cabin heating (Full closed position).
Air is extracted by a fan which may operate at different speeds depending on flight deck
temperature : Rotation speed is minimum below 20° C (68° F), maximum above 52° C
(126° F) and varies linearly between these values.
Only when OVBD valve AUTO MODE is selected, EXHAUST mode pb may be used to
control OVBD valve in a partially open position. This action is required in case of fan failure
to provide cooling air flow by allowing cabin differential pressure.
In case of smoke in forward cargo compartment, flight deck air extraction duct can be
closed with a lever located on right side maintenance panel in order to avoid contaminated
air suction to the flight deck.

Mod: 5948
AIR 1.03.30
P4 001
AIR CONDITIONING APR 11
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TEMPERATURE CONTROL
The system is designed to regulate and limit the temperature of the air discharged from the
packs which is supplied to the different zones :
- FLT COMPT by the left pack
- CABIN by the right pack and excess air from the left pack.
The pack temperature control valves vary the amount of hot air that is mixed with cool
air in order to establish the required temperature.
In automatic mode, each pack discharge temperature is controlled by an electronic
temperature controller which computes temperature control valve position taking into
account :
- Duct temperature
- Zone temperature demand selector
- Associated compartment temperature
- Aircraft skin temperature
In manual mode, each pack temperature control valve is controlled directly by the zone
temperature control selector and limited by the pneumatic temperature sensor
OVERHEAT PROTECTION
When duct temperature downstream of the mixing chamber increases over T = 88° C
(191° F), the limiter closes the temperature control valve progressively by a pneumatic
action in order to reduce hot air flow.
An OVHT caution is provided to the crew when Tduct > 92° C (200° F) (but the pack valve
does not close).
In case of overheat downstream of the pack compressor (T > 204° C (399° F) the pack
valve closes automatically.

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AIR 1.03.30
P5 001
AIR CONDITIONING APR 11
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30.2 CONTROLS AND INDICATING

COMPT TEMP PANEL

1
PACK VALVE pb
pb pressed in Associated PACK VALVE is open if electrical supply and air
pressure are available
Note : A 6 seconds delay has been provided on right pack valve for passengers comfort
purpose.
OFF (pb released) Associated PACK VALVE is closed. The OFF light
illuminates white. “AIR PACK” caution is displayed on EWD when
one of the pack valve is commanded OFF.
“AIR PACK 1+2” caution is displayed on EWD when both pack
valves are commanded OFF.
FAULT Illuminates amber and the caution message “AIR PACK” from the
FWS is displayed on EWD associated with a Master Caution and a
Single Chime when the PACK VALVE position disagrees with the
selected position or in case of overheat downstream of the pack
compressor (T>204° C/399° F). In the later case, the valve is
latched closed automatically.

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(2) FLOW pb
NORM (pb released) Both pack valves are controlled automatically to give 22 PSI
regulated pressure.
HIGH (pb pressed in) Both pack valves are controlled to give regulated 30 PSI
which increases the flow accordingly. HIGH light illuminates cyan.
(3) COMPT TEMP selectors
For the related compartment the temperature is either automatically controlled by the
electronic controller taking into account the selector position or manually selected by
direct operation of the temperature control valve through the selector.
(4) TEMP SEL pb
Selects the temperature control mode of operation.
AUTO : (pb pressed in) Automatic mode is selected. The electronic temperature
controller controls the valve position.
MAN : (pb released) Manual mode is selected. The COMPT TEMP selector directly
controls the position of the valve. The pneumatic temperature limiter will limit
the max duct temperature below T = 88C/190F. The MAN light illuminates
cyan.
OVHT : Illuminates amber and the caution message “AIR DUCT OVHT” from the FWS
is displayed on EWD associated with a Master Caution and a Single Chime,
when an over temperature is detected in the duct (T > 92C/198F). It is not
inhibited in MAN mode.
(5) RECIRC FAN pb
Selects operation of the respective circulation fan.
pb pressed in : (pb depressed) Fan runs. Recirculation of a part of the cabin air to
supplement the conditioned air supply is provided.
Fan rotation speed linearly varies from 12700 RPM to 15600 RPM
depending on temperature control valve position. If temperature
measured at cabin floor level is lower than 18C(61F), high speed is
automatically selected.
OFF : (pb released) Fan stops. All the air is supplied by the packs whithout
recirculation. The OFF light illuminates white. “AIR RECIRC FAN 1(2)”
caution is displayed on EWD
FAULT : Illuminates amber and the caution message “AIR RECIRC FAN 1(2)”
from the FWS is displayed on EWD associated with a Master Caution
and a Single Chime, in case of either low fan RPM (< 11400 RPM) or fan
electrical motor overheat conditions.
(6) COMPT ind.
Air temperature in the selected compartment is indicated in C.
(7) DUCT ind.
For the selected compartment, the temperature of the conditioned air before leaving the
duct is indicated in C. Duct temperature is automatically limited to max 88C/190F in
AUTO mode or MAN mode.
(8) COMPT selector
Selects the zone - FLT COMPT or CABIN - for which temperature (COMPT and DUCT)
reading is desired.
(9) GND X FEED (See Chapter 1.03.20)

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AIR 1.03.30
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AIR CONDITIONING FEB 12
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AVIONICS VENT PANEL

(1)”OVBD VALVE” selector switch with three positions :


- “AUTO” : Automatic operation of the overboard valve. The safety guard
in auto position prevents valve opening control when
cabin/exterior dP is greater than 1 PSI
- “FULL OPEN” : (blue full open indicator on SD cabin page) :
Serves to fully open the overboard valve when cabin/exterior
R nP is equal or lower than 1 PSI
R - “FULL CLOSED” : (cyan full close indicator on SD cabin page) :
Overboard valve closing control

(2) EXHAUST MODE pb with two steady positions


- PUSHED : (NORMAL CONFIGURATION) involves electrical power supply of
extraction fan.
On ground, engine 1 not running (OIL LOW PRESS) :
- OVBD valve full open (green full open indicator on SD cabin page)
- U/F valve closed
In flight, or on the ground, engine 1 running :
- OVBD valve full closed (green full closed indicator on SD cabin
page)
- U/F valve open

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AIR 1.03.30
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AIR CONDITIONING APR 11
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- RELEASED : (”OVBD” legend ON) involves extraction fan power supply shut off :
In flight (normal configuration) :
- Opening of overboard ventilation valve in intermediary position
(green intermediate position on SD cabin page)
- Closing of U/F valve
- Activation of following alarms :
- Master caution
- Single chime
- FW caution message “AIR VENT EXH” on EWD
- Exhaust ovbd status on SD cabin page
On ground :
- Opening of overboard ventilation valve in intermediary position
(green intermediate position on SD cabin page)
- Closing of U/F valve
- Activation of mechanic call system if power supply through
ground power unit is used
- Activation of following alarms :
- Master caution & Single chime (if condition levers are in
a position other than “FTR” or “FUEL SO”)
- FW caution message “AIR VENT EXH” on EWD
- Exhaust ovbd status on SD cabin page

Note 1 : Aircraft on ground and external power available:


if exhaust mode is set on OVBD position, a ground
mechanic call is generated and intermediate position is
inhibited.
Note 2 : When start sequence is initiated, extract fan stops for 120s
to avoid pressure shocks. Exhaust mode fault illuminates,
however the ground mechanic call is not generated.

“FAULT” indication on EXHAUST MODE pb


“FAULT” legend comes on when “AVIONICS/VENT/EXHAUST MODE” pb is pushed
and when following failures appear :
- Rotation speed of air extraction fan is null or insufficient (fan failure or power
supply loss)
- Excessive internal temperature (fan failure or simultaneous closing of overboard
vent valve and underfloor vent valve)
At the same time, the following alarms appear :
- Master caution & single chime (if conditions levers are in a position other than
“FTR” or “FUEL SO”)
- EXHAUST VENT status and amber extraction fan indicator on the SD cabin page
“FAULT” legend is off when “EXHAUST MODE” pb is released (”OVBD” legend on).

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AIR CONDITIONING APR 11
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(3) “OVBD VALVE FAULT” caution light :


- Comes on amber when position of overboard valve does not correspond to control
position.

- Related warnings appear simultaneously :


- Master Caution
- Single chime
- FW caution message “AIR OVBD” on EWD
- OVBD amber status on SD cabin page.

Mod: 5948
AIR 1.03.30
P 11/12 001
AIR CONDITIONING DEC 13
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30.3 SD CABIN PAGE

(1) PACK VALVE

On the page SD cabin, pack indicators allow to know the pack valve status.
Moreover, when high flow is selected on the Comp Temp Panel, a message shows “AIR (CYAN)
HIGH FLOW” in cyan.

(2) RECIRCULATION FAN - CABIN AIR DISTRIBUTION

The SD Cabin page provides information (highlights the faulty elements.) on Recirculaton
Fan Status, as well as Cabin Air Distribution Duct indication.

(3) CABIN AIR DISTRIBUTION DUCT

Depending on the pack valve status and the recirculation fan status, the SD Cabin page
provides visual information on cabin air supply.

(4)-- (5) VENTILATION : EXTRACTION FAN - OVERBOARD VALVE

The SD Cabin page provides information on overboard valve and air extraction fan.

(6)-- (7) TEMPERATURE MANAGEMENT - CABIN TEMPERATURE

The SD Cabin page provides information about on the cabin temperature and about the
temperature management.The right hand indicator provides information from the cabin
and the left hand indicator provides information from flight compartment.

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30.4 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC/SYSTEM MONITORING


ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
DC BUS SUPPLY
EQUIPMENT
(C/B)
LH SIDE
Pack valve DC ESS BUS
(on lateral panel SYS 1/PACK VALVE)
Recirculation fan DC UTLY BUS 1
(on lateral panel PWR SUPPLY CTL)
Pack and recirculation fan alert DC ESS BUS
(on lateral panel SYS 1/PACK and RECIRC
FAN CAUTION)
FLT COMPT automatic temperature con- DC ESS BUS
trol (on lateral panel FLT COMPT/TEMP CTL/
AUTO)
FLT COMPT manual temperature control DC ESS BUS
(on lateral panel FLT COMPT/TEMP
CTLMAN)
RH SIDE
Pack valve DC ESS BUS
(on lateral panel SYS2/PACK VALVE)
Recirculation fan DC SYS 2/UTLY BUS 2
(on lateral panel PWR SUPPLY CTL)
Pack and recirculation fan alert DC ESS BUS
(on lateral panel SYS2/PACK and RECIRC
FAN CAUTION)
Automatic temperature control DC ESS BUS
(on lateral panel CABIN/TEMP CTL/AUTO)
Manual temperature control DC ESS BUS
(on lateral panel CABIN/TEMP CTL/MAN)
Compartment and duct temperature ind. DC BUS 1
(on lateral panel COMPT and DUCT TEMP
IND)

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TURBO FAN SHUT OFF VALVE 1 CTL DC BUS 1


(on lateral panel SYST 1/TURBO FAN)
TURBO FAN SHUT OFF VALVE 2 CTL DC BUS 2
(on lateral panel SYST 2/TURBO FAN)
OVBD valve, U/F valve DC EMER BUS
(on lateral panel VALVES)
Extract fan control relay DC ESS BUS
(on lateral panel CTL)
EXTRACT FAN Contactor DC BUS 2
(on lateral panel EXTRACT FAN)
EXTRACT FAN Contactor DC BUS 1
(on lateral panel EXTRACT FAN)

MFC LOGIC
See chapter 1.01

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SYSTEM MONITORING

AIR PACK
A pack valve fault can be triggered by :
- a disagreement between the selected pack valve position and the actual position of the
pack valve.
- an air temperature dowstream the air machine compressor higher than 204° C (399° F)
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “AIR PACK” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- Packs indicator in amber on SD cabin page
- Pack valve FAULT on overhead panel

AIR PACK 1+2


This alert is triggered when both pack valve are lost.
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “AIR PACK 1+2” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- Packs indicator in amber on SD cabin page
- Pack valve FAULT on overhead panel

AIR RECIRC FAN 1(2)


A recirculation fan low RPM or internal overheat.
A caution signal is sent to the FWS by the MFC.
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “AIR RECIRC FAN 1(2)” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- Recirculation fan in amber on SD cabin page
- Recirc fan FAULT on overhead panel

AIR DUCT OVHT


This caution is generated when the over-- temperature switch, in the supply duct, has
sensed a temperature of 92°C (197.6 °F).
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “AIR DUCT OVHT” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- Duct overheat amber alert “HOT” on the SD cabin page
- OVHT on the overhead panel

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AIR VENT EXH


This caution is generated either by releasing the OVBD push-- button on Avionics Vent
Panel or by an extraction fan failure (temperature or underspeed).
Visual and aural alert are :

- MC light flashing amber


- “AIR VENT EXH” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- Extraction fan indicators in amber on SD cabin page
- Avionics Vent/Exhaust Mode FAULT light illuminated

AIR OVBD
This caution is generated when there is a disagreement between the commanded position
of the OVBD valve and its current position.
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “AIR OVBD” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- OVBD indicators in amber on SD cabin page
- Avionics Vent / OVBD Valve FAULT light illuminated

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30.5 SCHEMATIC

Mod: 5948
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40.1 DESCRIPTION

R The cabin pressure is controlled by an electro-- pneumatic valve and a pneumatic valve.
These valves are located on the lower fuselage skin in the rear underfloor zone and are
operated by either of two control sub-- systems :
- A digital electro-- pneumatic sub-- system : AUTO-- mode
- A pneumatic sub-- system : MAN-- mode
R An overpressure relief valve and a negative pressure relief valve are fitted on both outflow
valves as safety devices.
The controls related to the Cabin Pressure Control System (CPCS) are located on the R.H,
side of the flight deck central instrument panel.
Indicating is provided through SD cabin page, on the upper part of MFD.

When the system is operating in the AUTO-- mode, the pneumatic outflow valve is slaved to
the electro-- pneumatic valve. Their opening will be the same.
R In case of controller failure :
- The positive differential pressure is limited to 6.35 PSI by a manometric capsule.
- The negative differential pressure is limited to - 0.5 PSI by a non return valve.

Note : The manual controller knob must be selected to NORM position in order not to disturb
the automatic regulation.

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AUTO MODE

The digital controller is located on the cabin pressure control system (CPCS) panel. It
consists of an electronic box with a front panel and three plug-- in modules as follows :
- one module contains the electrical supply circuit, the power output circuit and subsidiary
circuits.
- one module holds all the input circuits (including the pressure sensor) and the output
circuits.
- the remaining module contains the central processor unit.

With the AUTO-- mode operating, the outflow valves are driven by the controller according to
the information received with respect to:
- Aircraft altitude obtained from air data computer (A.D.C.) via the CAC.
- Landing elevation, pre-- selected by the ELV SET trigger switch.
- Take-- off elevation, memorised by the controller.
- Pressure cabin altitude, obtained from a pressure transducer inside the digital controller.

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AMBIENT PRESSURE SENSOR

R It is composed of three modules that allow acquisition, process and transmission of cabin
pressure data to the CAC.

Both signals (pressure and pressure variation) are designed to provide an output between
0.5 V and 4.5 V, allowing failure detections out of this range.

R Signals from APS are sent to the CAC and processed to displayed as three indicators on the
SD Cabin page :
- Cabin altitude (ft) : Determine the equivalent altitude associated the cabin pressure.
- Vs (ft/min) : Determine the equivalent altitude change associated to the pressure variation.
- ∆P (PSI) : Determine the pressure difference between the outside (provided by other
pressure sensor) and the inside of aircraft.

DUMP FUNCTION
A DUMP function is available to send a fully open electrical signal to the electropneumatic
outflow valve.DUMP function is available as long as pressurization system is in AUTO mode.
CAUTION :
The DUMP PB is mechanically protected. No other safety device protects DUMP function
from inadvertent use.

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MANUAL MODE
The electropneumatic outflow valve is maintained closed and the pneumatic outflow valve
controls the cabin outlet air flow. Its control servo pressure is function of the manual controller
demand. The control knob is used to select any cabin rate change from - 1500 ft/mn to + 2500
ft/mn.

DITCHING MODE
Two electrical motors (one for each outflow valves) maintain both outflow valves in closed
position.Ditching mode is available in both automatic and manual modes.

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40.2 CONTROLS

R AUTO PRESS PANEL

(1) LANDING ELEVATION ind.


Displays in ft the landing elevation setting. The two last digits always displays 0. All digits will
R extinguish in case of automatic system failure, manual mode or DUMP mode

(2) ELV SET trigger switch


Allows selection of the elevation of the planned destination airport in 100 ft increments. The
R landing altitude ranges between - 1500 ft and 10000 ft.

(3) DESCENT RATE pb


Is operated to allow a fast cabin descent.
NORM (pb released) The max cabin vertical speed in descent is - 400 ft/mn.
FAST (pb pressed in) The max cabin vertical speed in descent is - 500 ft/mn.
The FAST LIGHT illuminates blue.

(4) TEST pb
When depressed, the system is electrically tested. If the system is ready to use, the
LANDING ELEVATION ind. displays alternately 18800 and - 8800. Fault light illuminates
amber on MAN pb.
In flight, this test is inhibited.

(5) DUMP guarded pb


This guarded pb allows selection of the dump function when in AUTO mode.
NORMAL (pb released) The digital controller operates normally.
ON (pb pressed in) The digital controller is out of circuit and an electrical opening
signal is sent to the electropneumatic outflow valve. Both outflow valves will
fully open. The ON light illuminates white.

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MAN PRESS CONTROLS

(1) MODE pb
Selects the pressure control mode :

pb pressed in The digital controller is in operation (AUTO mode).

MAN (pb released) The digital controller is out of operation, digits extinguish and
the manual controller regulates the pressure. The MAN light illuminates
white. “AIR AUTO PRESS” caution is displayed on EWD.

FAULT The light illuminates amber to indicate a digital controller failure “AIR AUTO
PRESS” caution is diplayed on EWD.

(2) MAN RATE knob


In manual mode, the control knob is used to select any cabin rate of change from - 1500 ft/mn
to + 2500 ft/mn.

NORM This position must be used when in AUTO mode.

(3) DITCH guarded pb


Selects the ditch mode.

ON (pb pressed in) Both outflow valves are forced to closed position regardless
of the pressure control mode. The ON light illuminates white.

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CABIN PRESS IND

The SD Cabin page gives the following information :


- Cabin altitude, obtained from Ambient Pressure Sensor via the CAC
- Rate of change of cabin altitude
- Differential pressure between cabin pressure and outside static pressure.

R After conversion, data received from APS are sent by the CAC to both MFD to be displayed.

SD CABIN PAGE

(1) Differential pressure indicator

In the event of an excessive differential pressure, the CAC sends a warning signal to both
MFCs and the alerting display is activated.

(2) Cabin rate indicator


Cabin rate of climb or descent are indicated on SD cabin page.
Invalid rate are also indicated and can be due to sensors failure or missing connectivity.
An invalid speed can be due to sensors failure (out of range measurement) or a missing
connection.

(3) Cabin altitude indicator


Cabin and target altitude are displayed.
An invalid display can be due to sensors failure (out of range measurement) or a missing
connection.

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PRESSURIZATION FEB 12
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40.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC/SYSTEM MONITORING

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
DC BUS SUPPLY AC BUS SUPPLY
EQUIPMENT
(C/B) (C/B)
Digital controller DC BUS 1 - Nil -
(on lateral panel AUTO PRESS)
Ambient Pressure Sen- DC EMER BUS - Nil -
sor (on lateral APS)
DITCH DC EMER BUS - Nil -
(on lateral DITCH)

MFC LOGIC
See chapter 1.01

SYSTEM MONITORING

EXCESS CAB ALT

R Triggered when the cabin altitude becomes greater than 10.000 ft.
R If Cabin altitude exceeds 13.000 ft, the digital controller fully closes both outflow valves.
Visual and aural alert are :

- MW light flashing red


- “EXCESS CAB ALT” red message on EWD
- Aural alert is Continuous Repetitive Chime (CRC)
- CAB ALT alerting display on SD cabin page (White on Red
background)

EXCESS CAB ∆P

R Triggered when the differential pressure exceeds 6.35 PSI.


Visual and aural alert are :

- MW light flashing red


- “EXCESS CAB ∆P” red message on EWD
- Aural alert is Continuous Repetitive Chime (CRC)
- CAB ∆P alerting display on SD (White on Red background)

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AIR AUTO PRESS


R Triggered in the event of a power loss to the digital controller (more than 0.1second).
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “AIR AUTO PRESS” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- AUTO MAN switch FAULT light illuminated
- “AUTO PRESS” label in amber on SD cabin page

AIR DITCH
Triggered when the ditch push button is depressed.
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “AIR DITCH” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)

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1.04.00 CONTENTS

1.04.10 GENERAL

10.1 DESCRIPTION

10.2 CONTROLS

10.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY / MFC LOGIC / SYSTEM MONITORING

1.04.20 AUTO PILOT / YAW DAMPER

1.04.30 FLIGHT DIRECTOR

1.04.40 OPERATION

40.1 AUTO PILOT / FLIGHT DIRECTOR MODES

40.2 AFCS ALERTS

1.04.50 ALTITUDE ALERT

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10.1 DESCRIPTION
The aircraft is provided with an automatic flight control system. It achieves :
• AutoPilot (AP) function with automatic pitch trim, Yaw Damper (YD) and turn coordination
• Flight director (FD) function
• altitude alert
Main components are :
• two Core Avionics Cabinet (CAC 1 which controls the autopilot functions and CAC 2
which monitors the autopilots functions)
• three control panel : one Flight Guidance And Control Panel (FGCP) and two Integrated
Control Panel (ICP)
• two Flight Mode Annunciator (FMA), one on each PFD upper part
• three identical servo actuators on the three axes (pitch, roll, yaw)
• one Power Trim Box (to interface with the pitch trim actuator)
The computers (CAC1/2) receive data from the two Air Data computers (ADC), the two
Attitude and Heading Reference Systems (AHRS), the radio-- altimeter, the NAV1/2 , the
FMS, and from some sensors.
The CAC 1 generates commands to the flight control actuator, and CAC 2 monitors the
system.

COMPONENTS LAYOUT

¡ FMA, FGCP, ICP, computers and pitch trim box (Cockpit and electronic rack).
© Yaw and pitch servo actuators.
¢ Roll servo actuator.

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10.2 CONTROLS
FLIGHT GUIDANCE and CONTROL PANEL (FGCP)

(1) - AP P/B
Action on the P/B engages Auto Pilot (AP) and Yaw damper (YD) functions
simultaneously. All four associated arrows illuminate green. Pressing the P/B again
disengages only the AP function.

(2) - YD P/B
Action on the P/B engages the YD function. Both associated arrows illuminate green.
Pressing the P/B again disengages the YD function (and the AP if engaged).

(3) - SPEED HLD P/B


Action on this P/B engages the Speed Hold (SPD HLD) function for approach only.
Requested conditions : Aircraft in landing configuration, PL in White Arc (Between 37°
and 49°), AP ON, LOC + GS Green, IAS < 140 kts.
Pressing the P/B again disengages SPD HLD function.

(4) - CPL P/B


Enables selection of the side (CAPT or F/O) to be coupled to the AP/YD computers. At
power up, selected side is CAPT side.

(5) - VERTICAL MODES P/B


Enables selection of vertical modes: IAS HOLD, VS HOLD, ALT HOLD. Pressing the P/B
again disengages these functions to return in basic mode (PITCH HOLD).
Note : (5) is common Vertical mode for AP and FD and (3) is vertical mode for AP only, for
CAT II or CAT III and speed hold is disengaged outside white arc.
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(6) - PITCH WHEEL (PW)


In VS mode, operating the PW will change the VS value without disengaging the VS
mode.
In pitch Hold mode, operating the PW will change the pitch target value without
disengaging the pitch Hold mode.
Note : PW is inhibited in GS, IAS HOLD, ALT SEL CAPTURE and ALT HOLD modes.

(7) - STBY P/B


Cancels all AP and FD Upper Modes (Armed, Captured or active modes). Resets them to
basic modes.

(8) - LATERAL MODES P/B


Enable the selection of lateral modes: HDG SEL, NAV, APP, BC. Pressing the P/B again
disengages these functions to return in basic mode (HDG HLD or ROLL HLD) and in case
of Flux valve failure the WING LVL replaces HDG HLD basic mode.

(9) - FD P/B
Action on the P/B displays the Flight Director (FD) command bars. Each bar (Horizontal
Bar and Vertical Bar ) will be displayed in :
- upper mode
- basic mode, only if AP is engaged.
(Pressing the P/B again clears the display of the FD command bars).

(10) - HDG Knob


Sets the heading used as reference by the FGCS. The selected heading is displayed on
both CAPT and F/O on EHSI and/or ND depending on display configuration. Pushing the
knob permit to synchronize the heading bug with the actual heading.

(11) - CRS Knob CAPT side


Sets the course on CAPT EHSI and/or ND depending on display configuration

(12) - CRS Knob F/O side


Sets the course on F/O EHSI and/or ND depending on display configuration

(13) - NAV SOURCE Selector CAPT side


Selects the NAV SOURCE for CAPT EHSI and/or ND depending on display configuration

(14) - NAV SOURCE Selector F/O side


Selects the NAV SOURCE for F/O EHSI and/or ND depending on display configuration

(15) - ALT SEL knob


Controls the preselected altitude which is shown above the PFD altimeter scale.

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10.2 CONTROLS
FLIGHT GUIDANCE and CONTROL PANEL (FGCP)

(1) - AP P/B
Action on the P/B engages Auto Pilot (AP) and Yaw damper (YD) functions
simultaneously. All four associated arrows illuminate green. Pressing the P/B again
disengages only the AP function.

(2) - YD P/B
Action on the P/B engages the YD function. Both associated arrows illuminate green.
Pressing the P/B again disengages the YD function (and the AP if engaged).

(3) - SPEED HLD P/B


Action on this P/B engages the Speed Hold (SPD HLD) function for approach only.
Requested conditions : Aircraft in landing configuration, PL in White Arc (Between 37°
and 49°), AP ON, LOC + GS Green, IAS < 140 kts.
Pressing the P/B again disengages SPD HLD function.

(4) - CPL P/B


Enables selection of the side (CAPT or F/O) to be coupled to the AP/YD computers. At
power up, selected side is CAPT side.

(5) - VERTICAL MODES P/B


Enables selection of vertical modes: IAS HOLD, VS HOLD, VNAV, ALT HOLD. Pressing
the P/B again disengages these functions to return in basic mode (PITCH HOLD).
Note : If VNAV P/B is pressed : VNAV function will only be available if LNAV is engaged

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INDEX CONTROL PANEL (ICP)

(1) This P/B allows switching between Selected Manual Speed (MAN) and Automatic
Speed managed by the FMS (AUTO).

Note : At power on, the manual speed target mode (MAN) is engaged

(2) Speed knob used to set the SPD TGT in MAN mode.

(3) The knob is used to set the barometric reference.


Pushing the knob sets standard barometric reference (29.92 INHG / 1013.25 Hpa)

(4) Outer knob permits to select between DH (Decision Height) or MDA (Minimum
Descent Altitude).
Inner knob is used to set DH or MDA values, depending of the outer knob position.

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GO AROUND PB

The GO AROUND PB are located on the external side of each Power Lever.

When pressing these P/B, the Go Around mode is engaged.


All flight director modes are cancelled and the autopilot is disengaged.
The FGCS provides :
- heading (HDG HOLD) for the lateral mode.
- safe pitch (GA) for the vertical mode via the FD bars indications

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CONTROL WHEEL

(A) AP Quick Disconnect PB


Allows to disconnect AP when depressed once. When depressed again clears the AP OFF
alarm.

(B) Normal Pitch Trim ROCKER


Used in order to adjust the Pitch Trim (Normal Pitch Trim setting means).
Note : If the AP is ON, action on this trim disengages the AP

(C) Touch Control Steering (TCS) PB


Located on the back side of the Control Wheel. Depressing the button allows to regain
temporary manual control of the aircraft without disconnecting the AP.
Basic AP mode :
Depressing the TCS button in the basic mode will cause the AP to change the pitch and roll
references. The reference attitude will be the aircraft’s new pitch and roll attitude (within
limits) at the time the TCS button is released. Pitch attitude resynchronisation limits are
- 11°/+15°. If the button is released with a pitch attitude beyond than - 11°/+15° the aircraft
will return inside the limits (-- 11°/+15°) and maintain that attitude. If pitch attitude selected
with TCS is greater than 25° the AP will be disengaged.
If the TCS is released at bank angles less than 6° the system will level the wings and, at
wings level will fly the existing heading. If the bank angle is greater than 6° but less than
35° at TCS release, the AP will maintain the bank angle. At bank angles greater than 35°
the aircraft will return to 35° and the AP will maintain 35°.
- In VS HOLD mode:
Action on TCS PB (during VS HOLD mode) will resynchronize the Air Data Command
reference without disengaging the mode.
- In Pitch HOLD mode:
Action of TCS PB (during Pitch HOLD mode) will resynchronize the Air Data Command
reference without disengaging the mode.

In all other modes:


A TCS activation will simply allow the pilot to take manual control of the aircraft without
disengaging the mode.
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STBY PITCH TRIM SW

STBY PITCH TRIM will disengage the AP.

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FLIGHT MODE ANNUNCIATOR (FMA)

The Flight Mode Annunciator (FMA), located in the upper part of the PFD, has :

- 4 columns dedicated to annunciation of :


- Icing Status Information
- Lateral Modes
- Vertical Modes
- Engagement Status of the AutoPilot.
- A messages line

Modes Symbols :

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(1, 2, 3) Lateral modes

(1) : Lateral armed mode (cyan)


(2) : Lateral Capture and Hold mode (green)
(3) : Bank Angle (green) : depending of the speed :
- Low Bank (LO) (15° max)
- High Bank (27° max)

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(4&5) Vertical modes

(4) : Vertical Armed mode (cyan)


(5) : Vertical Capture and Hold mode (green)

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R (1, 2, 4, 5) Common modes
- APP(GS&LOC)
- GA

(6) AP or YD engagement

(7) FD bars display

(8) Coupling selection

DISPLAY (GREEN) DESCRIPTION


← COUPLING ON CAPT SIDE WITH THE CPL P/B ON THE FGCP (< CPL)

→ COUPLING ON F/O SIDE WITH THE CPL P/B ON THE FGCP ( CPL>)

R DUAL DUAL COUPLING IN CAT 2 APPROACH AND RNP AR IF AVAILABLE


(< CPL >)

NOTE : ITALIC TEXT INDICATES THE REAL COLORS

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R (9) Provision for CAT III information


(10) TCS Activation

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


(See chapter 10-- 3 system monitoring)

(12) Unexpected mode change, or problem in navigation parameters.


(See chapter 10-- 3 system monitoring)

R (13) Operation category

(14) Trim status


(See chapters 10-- 3 System monitoring & 09 Flight controls)

(15) Icing
(See chapter 13 Ice and rain protection)

(16) APM Message


(See chapter 13 Ice and rain protection)

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PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY (PFD)

1-- Flight Director Command bars (Green) :


Display computed commands to capture and maintain a desired flight path.

2-- Speed bug & speed read out :


- Cyan bug when selected manually.
On Index Control Panel (ICP), the speed target (SPD TGT) has to be in MAN and selection
is done with the speed knob.
- Magenta bug when managed by the FMS
On Index Control Panel (ICP), the speed target (SPD TGT) has to be in AUTO, and the
speed is computed by the FMS

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3-- ALT bug & altitude read out :


On the Flight Guidance Control Panel (FGCP), the cyan bug and the readout is set with the
ALT SEL knob. The numeric ALT SEL readout is permanently displayed.

4-- VS bug & VS read out :


On the Flight Guidance Control Panel (FGCP), the cyan bug and read out are set with the
Pitch wheel when the VS mode is selected

5-- HDG bug & HDG read out :


On the Flight Guidance Control Panel (FGCP), the cyan bug is set with the heading knob.

6-- NAV course pointer/deviation & readout :


- Cyan course when selected manually. (Mode NAV and APP)
On the Flight Guidance Control Panel (FGCP), when the NAV source selector is on V/ILS1
or 2, the course pointer is set with the CRS knob.
- Magenta course when managed by the FMS (Mode LNAV)
On the Flight Guidance Control Panel (FGCP), when the NAV source selector is on FMS
1&2, the desired track indication is computed by the FMS

7 - Minimum Descent Altitude (MDA) :


The MDA is set with the ICP. This MDA is displayed by two horizontal amber lines directly
on the altimeter scale.

8 - Decision Height (DH) - (CAT II ) :


Linked to the radioaltimeter information, an aural and visual alert inform the crew that the
decision height is reached. A DH alert is displayed on the PFD and an aural alert is
generated by the T2CAS (TAWS) (Minimum, Minimum).

DH on PFD :

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10.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY / MFC LOGIC / SYSTEM MONITORING
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
EQUIPMENT DC BUS SUPPLY
(C/B)
AutoPilot Servo Motor DC STBY BUS
(Roll, Yaw,Pitch) (On overhead panel : PITCH SERVO, YAW SERVO,
ROLL SERVO)
Flight Guidance Control DC EMER BUS
Panel (Channel 1 & 2) (Overhead panel : FGCP CHAN1/IOM-- AP1)
DC ESS BUS
(Overhead panel : FGCP CHAN2/IOM-- AP2)
R Index Control Panel F/O DC BUS 2 (Flight SPLY)
(Overhead panel: ADC2/ ICP F/O FLT SPLY)
DC EMER BUS (Ground SPLY)
(Overhead panel: ADC2/ ICP F/O GND SPLY)
Index Control Panel CAPT DC EMER BUS
(Overhead panel: ADC 1/ ICP CAPT EMER SPLY)
Yaw Dynamometric Rod DC EMER BUS
Quick release DC EMER BUS
(Lateral panel: L NORM & STBY PITCH TRIM & RUD
TLU MAN CTL)
FCTL Power Trim Box DC EMER BUS
(Lateral panel: L NORM & STBY PITCH TRIM & RUD
TLU MAN CTL)
CAC 2 DC ESS BUS
(CAC Card : CPM2)
(C/B overhead panel: CPM 2 / IOM-- S 2)
DC ESS BUS
(CAC Card : IOM-- AP2)
(C/B overhead panel : FGCP CHAN2/IOM-- AP2)

CAC 1 DC EMER BUS


(CAC Card : CPM1)
(C/B overhead panel: CPM 1 / IOM-- S 1)
(CAC Card : IOM-- AP1)
(C/B overhead panel: FGCP CHAN1/IOM-- AP1)

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MFC LOGIC
See chapter 1.01.

SYSTEM MONITORING

(11) : AP/YD disengagement, approach category retrogression, AFCS internal failure

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(12) : Unexpected mode change, or problem in navigation parameters

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P 25/26 100
GENERAL NOV 14
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(14) : Trim status

AFCS FAIL

AFCS FAIL When both FD channel are lost. The FMA is black. The AFCS FAIL (steady red) is the only message dis-
played (Zone 5)

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P1 100
AUTO PILOT/YAW DAMPER FEB 12
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PURPOSE
The YAW DAMPER (YD) provides yaw damping, turn coordination and rudder trim
function. To achieve these functions, AFCS computers (CAC1/2) and AP yaw actuator are
used.
The AUTO PILOT (AP) allows the following :
- stabilizing the aircraft around its center of gravity while holding pitch attitude and
heading, wing level or bank angle (AP in basic modes).
- flying automatically any upper or basic mode or any mode except GO AROUND mode
which must be flown manually only.
AUTO PILOT ENGAGEMENT
When the AP is engaged, the pitch, roll and yaw actuators are connected to the flight
controls, the pitch autotrim and yaw auto trim function are activated.
- Engagement with no vertical upper mode selected: The AP flies current pitch attitude.
This is the basic vertical mode (”PITCH HOLD”, displayed in green). Pitch wheel and
TCS can be used to modify the pitch attitude.
- Engagement with no lateral upper mode selected : Depending of the conditions at
engagement, the AP will level wings and then maintain wing level (”WING LVL”,
displayed in green) or will maintain the current heading (”HDG HOLD”, displayed in
green) or will maintain the current bank angle (”ROLL HOLD” ,displayed in green).
These are the basic lateral modes. TCS pb may be used (see 1.04.10).
- Engagement with a lateral or vertical armed upper mode selected : the AP flies basic
mode until the armed mode becomes active.
- Engagement with a lateral and/or vertical active upper mode selected : the AP
manoeuvers to fly to zero the FD command bars.
- If AP is engaged while the vertical FD orders are not followed, the reversion is done in
pitch hold mode. (AP basic mode)
AUTO PILOT DISENGAGEMENT
AP can be disengaged manually or automatically.
S Manual disengagement is achieved by action on either one of the following devices :
- Quick disconnect pb on control wheel
- Action on Pitch Trim (normal or STBY)
- AP pb on FGCP
- YD pb on FGCP
- GA pb on PL
- Pilot’s force on the pedals over 30 daN (66 lb)
- Pilot’s force on the control column (pitch axis) over 10 daN (22 lb)
S Automatic disengagement occurs when :
- one of the engagement conditions of the AP and/or YD is no longer met
- stall warning indicator threshold is achieved
- there is a disagreement between the two AHRS or between the two ADC
- there is a mismatch between the two pitch trims
- there is a failure of one AHRS or one ADC.

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P2 100
AUTO PILOT/YAW DAMPER FEB 12
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MANUAL DISENGAGEMENT
- Action on the AP pb on the FGCP, or quick disconnect pb on each control column, or
GA mode activation, or STBY or NORMAL pitch trim switch activation or effort on
control column disengage the AP function without disengaging the YD function. The
AP green arrows extinguish, “AP DISENG” is displayed on FMA (white on red
message reverse video) and the “cavalry charge” aural warning is generated.
- Action on the quick disconnect pb (second time) clears the aural warning and
message.
Note : If a failure occurs, the “PITCH TRIM FAIL”, “PITCH MISTRIM”, “AILERON
MISTRIM” , “RUDDER MISTRIM” or “YAW AUTO TRIM” message is displayed on
the FMA.
The crew has to disengage AP and manually fly the aircraft.
- Action on the YD pb on the FGCP or an effort on pedals disengages the AP and YD (if
engages together). AP and YD green arrow extinguish. AP/YD DISENG is displayed
on FMA (displayed in white on red message reverse video) and the “cavalry charge”
aural warning is generated. Action on the quick disconnect pb (second time) clears
the aural warning and message
- The YD (if only engaged). The YD green arrows extinguish. YD DISENG is displayed
on FMA (displayed in black on amber message reverse video). Action on the quick
disconnect pb (second time) clears the message

AUTOMATIC DISENGAGEMENT
The warnings and messages are the same as those which occur in case of manual
disengagement but the AP DISENG, AP/YD DISENG or YD DISENG messages are
flashing. Action on “Quick disconnect“ pb clears warnings and messages.
Note: If PITCH TRIM ASYM on the EWD, AP automatically disengages and cannot be
reengaged.

AP/YD MONITORING RECOVERY


When a monitored failure is detected, AP and/or YD is disengaged. If the pilot clears
messages displayed on FMA (by using “Quick disconnect“ pb) the AP computer will
attempt a “monitor recovery”. The AP/YD can be again engaged.
If initial failure condition still exists, AP/YD is disengaged again.

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P1 100
FLIGHT DIRECTOR FEB 12
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FUNCTION
The purpose of the FLIGHT DIRECTOR (FD) is to provide information to the pilot through
the command bars on the PFD to allow a manual guidance of the aircraft :
- In pitch axis if a vertical active mode is selected.
- In roll axis if a lateral active mode is selected.
The FD commands are satisfied when the FD bars remain centered on the PFD.
If no vertical active mode is engaged, the corresponding command bar will revert to
PITCH HOLD.
If no lateral active mode is engaged, the corresponding command bar will according to
situation revert to HDG HOLD, ROLL HOLD or WING LVL.
In addition, the two bars can be removed by acting on the FD P/B on the FGCP.
The following modes are available :
S Vertical modes :
ALT SEL, ALT, VS, IAS
S Lateral modes :
HDG SEL, NAV, BC
S Common modes :
APP (lateral and vertical guidance for approach) GA.
Some modes have an initial arm status before becoming active.
Their active phase is divided into a capture phase followed by a track or hold phase.
When AP is engaged, it automatically follows the FD commands. If no FD active mode is
selected, the system flies basic AP mode (see 1.04.20).
MODE SELECTION
Mode selection is achieved by action on the corresponding pb on the FGCP except for ALT
SEL mode and GO AROUND mode :
- ALT SEL mode is automatically armed.
- GO AROUND mode is activated as soon as one of the GA pb located on the PL’s is
depressed, and is disengaged by using TCS, STBY pb, by selecting a new vertical
mode or by engaging AP.
- Only one lateral mode can be armed at one time.
- GS and ALT SEL can be engaged simultaneously. The first of both modes (GS or ALT
SEL) with its fulfilled activation conditions will be engaged when GS mode is engaged,
ALT SEL arming is inhibited.
ACTIVATION OF ARMED MODES
Only one lateral and one vertical mode can be activated simultaneously. If two vertical
modes are armed, the first which meets the capture conditions becomes active. The
second remains armed.

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FLIGHT DIRECTOR APR 11
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MODE DISENGAGEMENT
Action on the pb of an armed or active mode on the FGCP disengages that mode.
Action on either GA pb on the PL’s disengages all other armed or active mode.
Action on the STBY pb on the FGCP disengages all armed and active modes. ALT SEL
mode will rearm automatically only if AP is engaged or if a FD mode is selected again and if
aircraft flies toward the selected altitude.
When a vertical (or lateral) mode becomes active, the previously active vertical (or lateral)
mode is automatically disengaged.
Other automatic disengageement logic conditions are detailed for each mode in chapter
1.04.40.
FLIGHT GUIDANCE DISPLAYS AND ANNUNCIATIONS
The HSI / ND displays navigation information: The FD uses information from the
coupled HSI / ND which is selected through the CPL pb on the FGCP.
Heading bug : the heading bug is controlled by the single heading knob. The heading
error between actual heading and selected heading as displayed on the coupled HSI /
ND is sent to the FD.
Course pointer : the course pointer of each HSI / ND is controlled by the associated
course knob (except LNAV mode). The course error as displayed on the coupled HSI /
ND is sent to the FD.
Deviations : deviations displayed on the coupled HSI / ND and used by the FD are as
follows, depending on the selected navigation source:
S in lateral : VOR, LOC or LNAV
S in vertical : GS
The ADI displays guidance information through the pitch and roll command bar.

The FMA provides mode status annunciations :


S lateral armed mode status is displayed in cyan (VOR, NAV, BC)
S vertical armed mode status is displayed in cyan (ALT SEL, GS)
S lateral active mode status is displayed in green (VOR, LOC, BC, LNAV, HDG SEL,
HGD HOLD, ROLL HOLD, WING LVL)
S vertical active mode status is displayed in green (IAS, VS, ALT, GS, PITCH HOLD)
S At mode change, the mode annunciation is surrounded with a green box for 7
seconds
S During capture phase, a star is added to the mode annunciation on FMA.

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P1 100
OPERATION FEB 12
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40.1 SYSTEM OPERATION

VERTICAL MODES
CAC 1 & CAC 2 (AFCS computers) receive data from both ADC and both AHRS.
The Autopilot and Yaw damper functions use data from both ADC and both AHRS, and the
FD use data from the selected sources. This selection is achieved by the CPL P/B on the
FGCP.
At power up, left side is coupled. The coupled side is indicated by illumination of the
corresponding arrow located at each side of the CPL pb and displayed in green on the FMA
(”<-- - “, “-- - >“).
In case of failure on either side despite of the coupling (AHRS or ADC failed, AHRS’s or
ADC’s miscomparison), AP/YD are disengaged.
In this case the AP/YD can be reengaged with a ”single AHRS” or “single ADC” by
selecting the operative source, with the dedicated switching source P/B on the switching
control panel.
During ILS approach only :
DUAL CPL automatically occurs after LOC and GS track phase has begun if both NAV
receivers are tuned to ILS (same frequency), both identical courses and RA below 1200ft.
In DUAL CPL both arrows are illuminated, “DUAL” is displayed on FMA, and both NAV
receivers are coupled to the AFCS computers which utilize average data for guidance
computation. When the APP mode is manually cancelled, the FD remains coupled to the
side selected prior to dual coupling.
Excess DEV monitoring utilizes ILS data from both sources (CAT 2 approach).

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P2 100
OPERATION FEB 12
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40.2 AUTOPILOT / FLIGHT DIRECTOR MODES

GENERAL

- Reduced bank angle function

In all lateral modes, this function selects automatically the bank angle limit (High or Low
bank).
Selection of either value is made by the AFCS computer by comparison between current
aircraft speed and VmHB.
LO BANK is selected if IAS < VmHB or RA < 1000 ft
HI BANK is selected if IAS > VmHB + 5 and RA > 1000 ft
The selected bank angle is displayed on the FMA by the green message “LO”
- if nothing is displayed : bank angle maximum value 27°
- if “LO” is displayed: bank angle maximum value 15°

This limit bank angle is also displayed on the ADI by 2 green ticks :

For LO BANK :

For HI BANK :

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P 3/4 100
OPERATION FEB 12
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BASIC MODES

The basic modes are engaged by means of the AP push-- button on the FGCP, if no FD
mode is active prior to AP engagement. The auto pilot basic modes are :
- Pitch hold (”PITCH HOLD” green on FMA) on vertical axis.
- Heading hold (”HDG HOLD” green on FMA), Wing level (”WING LVL”, green on FMA)
and Roll hold ( “ROLL HOLD” green on FMA”) on lateral axis.

Note: If AP engaged in basic mode only, the Flight Director cross bars will be displayed.

- Vertical basic mode


Pitch hold (”PITCH HOLD” green on FMA).
The pitch basic mode enables to maintain the pitch attitude at engagement or bring it back
to +15° or - 11° limit value.
Then the pitch value, can be changed and held within the limits, with the TCS or the pitch
wheel.

- Lateral basic mode

- If the roll angle is less than 3° for more than 10s, at mode activation, the current heading
is maintained (“HDG HOLD” green on FMA) despite of the heading bug.

- If the roll angle is inferior to 6° at mode activation: the aircraft returns to null bank angle
with activation of the wing level basic mode (”WING LVL”, green on FMA), then when bank
angle is less than 3° confirmed for 10s, the heading hold basic mode (“HDG HOLD”, green
on FMA) is activated.

- If roll angle is superior to 6° at activation, the autopilot held the current bank angle
(”ROLL HOLD” green on FMA)

- If roll angle is superior to the limit (+ /-- 15° or +/-- 27° depending of the speed - - > Low
bank/ High bank), the aircraft return and hold the limit bank angle (”ROLL HOLD” green on
FMA).

The bank angle can be changed and hold with the TCS, within the limits of +/-- 50°, the
autopilot is automatically disengaged if bank angle is greater than 50° .

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P 5/6 100
OPERATION FEB 12
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VERTICAL MODES

ALTITUDE SELECT MODE


ALT SEL mode is automatically armed when the aircraft is climbing or is descending
toward the selected altitude except after action on the STBY pb. In this case, ALT SEL
mode rearms only if AP is engaged or if a FD mode is selected, in addition to the previous
conditions.

¡ £ ARM PHASE
The ALT SEL armed mode is annunciated by :
- a cyan “ALT SEL” message on the FMA.
- a cyan bug and an altitude selected read out on the PFD altimeter.

VS HOLD, IAS HOLD or PITCH HOLD modes can be used to fly to the selected altitude.
This altitude is selected by means of the ALT SEL knob on the FGCP.

© CAPTURE PHASE
When approaching the preselected altitude, the system automatically switches to the
ALT SEL CAP mode and the previous vertical mode is cancelled. A command is
generated to asymptomatically capture the selected altitude.
ALT SEL CAPTURE is annunciated by :
- a green and boxed “ALT*” (the box for mode change and the star for capture).
- a green “ALT*” after 7s.
Note : The ALT OFF amber message appears during Altitude Capture
- When the selected altitude is changed (transition to basic PITCH HOLD mode)
- When baro correction is changed (transition to basic PITCH HOLD mode)

¢ HOLD PHASE
When the desired altitude is reached, the ALT SEL CAP mode is automatically
cancelled and ALT HOLD mode is automatically selected. The ALT HOLD mode is
annunciated on the FMA by a green “ALT”.
During the three phases (ALT SEL ARM, ALT SEL CAP, ALT HOLD), a GS capture will
override the altitude mode.

ALTITUDE HOLD MODE ¤¥


Activation of the ALT pb on the FGCP selects the ALT HOLD mode and overrides all active
FD vertical modes. Any lateral mode existing at engagement is mantained.
The ALT HOLD mode is annunciated on FMA by a green “ALT” and the bug & readout are
displayed on the PFD.
In the ALT HOLD mode, all armed FD vertical modes are allowed, but a GS capture will
override the ALT HOLD mode.

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P 7/8 001
OPERATION APR 11
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VERTICAL SPEED HOLD MODE

¡ Action on the VS pb on the control panel selects the VS hold mode and overrides all
active FD vertical modes. VS existing at engagement is maintained.
The VS mode is annunciated by :
- a green “VS” message on the FMA.
- a cyan bug and a selected Vs readout on the PFD VSI.

© When the Vs is stabilized, the VSI pointer is in front of the bug.


7 s after the selection the VS is annunciated by a green “VS” message on the FMA.

¢ Activation of the PW will set a new vertical speed reference.

£ When the new Vs is stabilized, the VSI pointer is in front of the bug.

Depressing and holding the TCS button allows the pilot to maneuver the aircraft to a new
vertical speed reference without disengaging the mode.
In VS hold mode any other vertical mode may be armed, and when captured will override
VS hold mode.

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P 9/10 100
OPERATION FEB 12
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INDICATED AIRSPEED MODE

¡ Action on the IAS pb on the control panel selects the IAS hold mode and overrides all
active FD vertical modes.
The IAS target speed (MAN or AUTO) is acquired and hold.
The IAS mode is annunciated by :
- a green boxed “IAS” message on the FMA.
- a cyan bug and the selected IAS readout on the PFD ASI.
After 7s, a green IAS message is displayed on the FMA

MANUAL SPEED (”MAN”)

© Actuation of the SPD TGT knob will set a new IAS reference without disengaging the
mode. The speed bug (cyan) is manually operated by the flight crew.

¢ When the new IAS is stabilized, the ASI pointer is in front of the bug.

In IAS hold mode, any other vertical mode may be armed, and when captured will override
IAS hold mode.

AUTOMATIC SPEED (”AUTO”)


The speed bug (magenta) is managed by the FMS.
For further information, refer to FMS USER GUIDE in part 4.

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P 11/12 100
OPERATION FEB 12
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LATERAL MODE

HEADING SELECT MODE

¡ © Heading selection is made by the heading knob and is displayed on both HSI / ND. fdklgjfdkljgdfmksljgfdkljg

¢ Action on the HDG pb on the FGCP, selects the Heading Select mode and overides any
active lateral FD mode.
The heading Select mode is annunciated on the FMA by a green boxed “HDG SEL” at the
lateral active location.

£ The aircraft turn to the selected heading and after 7s a green “HDG SEL” is displayed
on the FMA

Selection of turns greater than 180° will lead the system to order a turn as short as possible
if selection has been made before HDG mode being engaged. If selection is made after
HDG mode engagement, turning command will occur by the side selected by the pilot.

CAUTION : Before take off, A/C lined up with the runway heading, the vertical command
bar has to be checked and centered (if necessary).
HEADING SEL ENGAGE

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P 15/16 100
OPERATION FEB 12
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- LNAV NAVIGATION MODE

¡ The nav source is selected on the FGCP (FM1 or FM2) and the flight plan is selected
on the MCDU. The managed course (HSI) and the leg to the next waypoint (ND) are in
magenta

© After action on the NAV pb, the LNAV ARM is annunciated on the FMA by a cyan LNAV
message. HDG SELECT, HDG HOLD modes can be used to steer during the LNAV ARM
phase.

¢ At capture, the previous lateral mode is cancelled. LNAV is annunciated on FMA by:
- a green box (the box for mode change).

£ LNAV track mode is annunciated on the FMA, by a green LNAV message after 7s.

¤ ¥ Passing over the waypoint, the LNAV mode sends a roll order to fly to the next way
point.

NAV ARMED

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P 17/18 001
OPERATION APR 11
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BACK COURSE MODE

The back course mode is set up and flown exactly like a front course localizer approach but
selecting BC mode. In this case, glideslope capture is automatically inhibited.
- Set the course pointer on the HSI / ND for the inbound published track.
- Set the heading bug on the HSI / ND for the desired heading to intercept the course.

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P 19/20 100
OPERATION FEB 12
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COMMON MODES

ILS APPROACH MODE


¡ © Action on the APP pb on FGCP selects LOC and GS ARM modes provided the
coupled NAV receiver is tuned to an ILS frequency.
LOC ARM is annunciated on the FMA by a cyan “LOC” message.
HDG SELECT, HDG HOLD modes can be used to steer during the LOC ARM phase.
GS ARM is annunciated on the FMA by a cyan “GS” message. Any vertical mode is
allowed during GS ARM phase.

¢ £ At LOC CAPTURE the previous lateral mode used to fly is cancelled. LOC
CAPTURE is annunciated on the on the FMA by :
- a green boxed “LOC*” (the box for mode change and the star for capture).
- a green “LOC*” after 7s.

¤ LOC TRACK is annunciated on the on the FMA by the green “LOC” message.
- a green boxed “LOC”.
- a green “LOC” after 7s.
Glideslope capture is interlocked such that the localizer must be captured prior to
glideslope capture. The GS capture overrides all vertical modes which were previously
engaged. GS CAPTURE is annunciated on the on the FMA by :
- a green boxed “GS*” (the box for mode change and the star for capture).
- a green “GS*” after 7s.
GS TRACK is annunciated on the on the FMA by the green GS message.
- a green boxed “GS”.
- a green “GS” after 7s.
Crew is advised if AFCS CAT II conditions are met by a CAT 2 message displayed on the
FMA. IF not, a CAT I message is displayed. If CAT II conditions are lost during approach, a
“CAT 2 INVALID” amber message is displayed on the FMA. In addition, a “TRIPLE CLIC”
aural alert is generated.

Note : EXCESS DEV monitoring is enabled when CAT II conditions are met. This
monitoring is available below 500 ft RA. When an excessive deviation occurs, the LOC
or/and GS scales are flashing amber and “EXCESS DEV” (white on red reverse video) is
flashing on the FMA, then after 7s “EXCESS DEV” is becoming steady amber

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OPERATION NOV 14
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GO AROUND MODE (FD MODE ONLY)


Action on the GA P/B selects the GO AROUND mode and cancels all armed and active FD
modes. The AP disengages and the FD gives commands to fly predetermined minimum
safe pitch attitude and to maintain heading followed at GA engagement.
The GO AROUND mode is annunciated on the FMA by a GA message as vertical mode
and HDG HOLD message as lateral mode.
The GO AROUND mode is cancelled by selecting another vertical mode, engaging TCS,
pushing the STBY P/B or engaging the AP.

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AFCS 1.04.50
P1 100
ALTITUDE ALERT NOV 14
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The purpose of the altitude alert function is to alert the crew by activation of a visual signal
and an aural signal when the aircraft is reaching or leaving the preselected altitude.
Preselection is displayed with a bug and a read out above the PFD altimeter scale :
R - In cyan selected through the ALT SEL rotary knob.

The visual signal consists of a flashing yellow box surrounding the altitude readout, above
the PFD altitude scale, when altitude is between H + 250 ft and H + 1000 ft or between H -
250 ft and H - 1000 ft.
The aural signal consists in a “C chord” signal of 1 s duration which is activated each time
the aircraft enters one of the two altitude zones defined above.

R NOTE: During final approach, disregard altitude alert (visual and aural
signal) after setting missed approach altitude.

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COMMUNICATIONS 1.05.00
P1 001
CONTENTS APR 11
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1.05.00 CONTENTS
1.05.10 GENERAL
10.1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION
10.2 RADIO MANAGEMENT FUNCTION
10.3 CONTROLS
10.4 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC/SYSTEM MONITORING
1.05.20 TRAFFIC ALERT AND COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEM (TCAS)
20.1 DESCRIPTION
20.2 CONTROLS
20.3 OPERATION
20.4 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC/SYSTEM MONITORING

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10.1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The aircraft communication system provides:


- radio communication between aircraft and ground stations
- Interphone between:
o Cockpit crew stations
o Cabin attendant stations
o Ground crew stations
- Passenger address system
- Distribution through loudspeakers of aural alerts generated by FWS and T2CAS.

Note: As per regulations all communications are recorded on the Cockpit Voice Recorder

The communication system comprises:

As standard features:
- Radio Management Application
- VHF System
- Passenger Address
- Ground Crew Call System
- Cabin and Flight Crew Call System
- Cabin and Service Interphone
- Audio Integrating
- Static Discharger
- Cockpit Voice Recorder

As optional features:
- HF System
- SELCAL
- Aircraft Communication Addressing of Reporting System (ACARS)
- Announcement & Music Reproducing System

For general communication architecture, see schematic p 27/28.

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P 2/3 001
GENERAL APR 11
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10.2 RADIO MANAGEMENT FUNCTION

The Radio Management System (RMS) handles Radio COMMunication, Radio NAVigation
and TCAS/XPDR through Virtual Control Panels (VCPs), Multi Function Control Panel
(MCPs) and Multi Control Display Units (MCDUs).

These functions, which are performed by the Radio Management Application (RMA), ensure
the correct management and the information exchange involving input data and equipments.

The aim of RMA is to manage sets of radio navigation and radio communication equipments
and to provide pilots communication and navigation settings awareness on different
displays.

RMS consists of two redundant RMA software applications, RMA1 and RMA2, which are
hosted respectively inside Display Units 2 and 4.

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GENERAL ARCHITECTURE

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VHF COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

The aircraft is equipped with two identical VHF systems independent of each other.

The VHF transceiver operates in the 118.00 to 136.975MHz range with 8.33 KHz spacing.

The VHF 1 or VHF 2 transceiver allows to transmit and receive voice communications
through acoustic equipment (boomset, headset, hand microphone, loud-- speakers and
oxygen mask).

Each system comprises a transceiver connected to his antenna and to the Radio
Management Application.

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GENERAL APR 11
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HF COMMUNICATION SYSTEM (optional)

The aircraft is equipped with a single HF (or as option a second HF can be fitted) system
designed to operate in the two following mode:
- Amplitude Modulation (AM)
- Single Side Band (SSB)

This system allows two way voice communications in the 2 to 29.9999 MHz range.

Each system comprises a transceiver connected to the single HF antenna and to the
Radio Management Application.

Note:
During HF communications, ADFs are inhibited to avoid interferences.
HF system is SELCAL capable.

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GENERAL APR 11
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INTERPHONE SYSTEM

- To interconnect all stations (ground crew stations + cockpit + cabin attendant):


- Depress INT transmissions key on the Audio Control Panel
- Use PTT pushbuttons.

- Cockpit crew interphone


Using boom set or oxy mask:
- Set the RAD/INT selector on “INT” position (on Audio Control Panel)
without use of PTT pushbutton or,
- Set the PTT selector (control wheels) in the forward position regardless of the
RAD/INT selector position
Note: In case of use of oxygen mask it is recommended to put the RAD/INT (on Audio
Control Panel) to neutral position and to use the control wheels PTT forward, to avoid
permanent breathing noise.

- To call cabin attendant from the cockpit (see 1.05.10 p 22):


- Depress the ATTND pushbutton (overhead panel) for a normal call, or press the
ATTND pushbutton three times successively for an emergency call.
A single chime (or three for an EMER call) is generated in the cabin and the
flight deck green light illuminates on the cabin attendant panels. As
soon as the cabin attendant selects CALL, the flight deck green light
extinguishes.

- To call cockpit from cabin attendant station:


- Depress CALL pushbutton (besides the hostess panel) for a normal call or
depress the EMER pushbutton for an emergency call. Associated ATTND light
illuminates on overhead panel and a door bell is generated by the MFC. By
pressing RESET, both visual and aural calls are cancelled.

- To call the ground crew from the cockpit (see 1.05.10 p 22) :
- Depress MECH pushbutton (overhead panel)
A horn call is generated in the nose gear bay.

- To call cockpit from ground crew:


In case of ground crew call MECH pushbutton illuminates blue on overhead
panel and a door bell is generated by the MFC. By pressing RESET, both visual
and aural calls are cancelled.

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PASSENGER ADDRESS SYSTEM

The passenger address system allows the crew and the cabin attendant to make
announcements to the passengers. Passenger address system also generates single
chime in the cabin.

The passenger address system is connected to :


- The RCAU which allows the cockpit crew to make announcements to the
passengers by selecting PA key on audio control panel.
- The cabin attendant handset
- The cabin attendant call pb distributed in the cabin for the passengers
- The cabin attendant call pb in the cockpit
- The NO SMOKING/FASTEN SEAT BELTS controls
- The cockpit voice recorder
- Loudspeakers distributed in the cabin (one of them being installed in the toilet)

DISTRIBUTION OF AURAL ALERTS


Generated by FWS (refer to chapter 1.02)
Generated by T2CAS (refer to 1.15)

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10.3 CONTROLS

AUDIO CONTROL PANEL

1 Volume control knob


To control reception volume for associated communication or navigation facility.

2 Transmission keys
To select the individual communication facility for transmission, six interlocked keys
are provided. Only one key can be engaged at a time. It illuminates white when
selected.

3 VOICE ONLY key


When depressed, it inhibits NAV receivers station identification by activating a band
cut off filter above 1020 Hz. Voice only light illuminates amber on Audio Control
Panel.

4 INT/RAD selector
Provides selection of transmission mode when using OXY MASK or BOOM SET
mike.
INT Hot mike position. Interphone is always operative between, crew
stations. Other transmissions require selecting a transmission key
and using a PTT pushbutton.
NEUTRAL Interphone is inoperative. Other transmissions require selecting a
transmission key and using a PTT pushbutton.
RAD This position is required to automatically connect for transmissions
BOOM SET and OXY MASK mikes without using a PTT pushbutton,
when released the selector is spring-- loaded to NEUTRAL.
Note : Recovering boomset/micro function when the oxygen mask is out of is
container : cf 1.07.20.

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R MCP

The Multi Function Control Panel (MCP) allows to modify some communications
parameters via a keyboard.

Refer to Flight instruments chapter for more details about MCP.

VCP

The Virtual Control Panel (VCP) is a part of MFD. It is displayed on the bottom right of
MFD.
VCP communication page is displayed by pressing ”COM” on the MCP.
VHF or HF pages can be selected by using arrow push buttons on MCP to select the
communication equipment required.
Selection on one VCP is simultaneously updated on the opposite crew member display.

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ATC CONTROL

ATC Controls are located on XPDR tab of VCP (Virtual Control Panel) which is part of
MFD.

(1) XPDR 1 or 2
Select active transponder via MCP or MCDU.

(2) XPDR Mode selection


ON : Transponder is active.
STBY : Power is applied to the system but prevents it from transmitting.
ALT OFF : Altitude reporting is deactivated.

(3) Code Display


Transponder code entered via MCP or MCDU.

(4) IDENT button


When activated through MCP or MCDU, allows transmission of IDENT.

Note :
- Button visual description :
- Circle : Filled color : Black (inactive mode), Cyan (selected mode), amber (failure)
- Square : ticked cyan (active), not ticked (stand by)

- XPDR is configured through MCDU by selecting RMS menu then XPDR page. Code,
Mode, Altitude Reporting, Flight ID or Selected XPDR functions can be changed on the
XPDR page.

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COMMUNICATION MCDU page (all information are reported on the VCP)

(1) Transponder code can be set from scratchpad by activating the appropriate LSK.

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XPDR MCDU page (all information are reported on the VCP)


R

(1) Transponder CODE can be set from scratchpad by activating the appropriate LSK.

(2) XPDR MODE selection with LSK.

ON: Transponder is active.


STBY: Power is applied to the system but prevents it from transmitting.

(3) ALT selection with LSK.


ALT OFF: Altitude reporting is deactivated.

(4) FLT ID
Flight number can be set from scratchpad by activating the appropriate LSK.

(5) XPDR SEL with LSK.


Transponder Selection

(6) IDENT with LSK.

R(7) EMER
Displays automatically transponder emergency code 7700 in amber, to be activated has to be
confirmed by pressing on the EXECute key on MCDU.

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VHF CONTROL

VHF VCP page

VCP VHF page allows managing VHF 1 and 2 frequencies.

(1)Active frequency window, allows setting a new active frequency by clicking on it (MCP
or MCDU).

(2) Transfer switch, clicking on it transfers stand by frequency to active(MCP or MCDU).

(3) Stand by frequency windows, allows setting a new stand by frequency by clicking on it
(MCP or MCDU).

COMMUNICATION MCDU page

(1) Active frequency can be set directly from scratchpad by activating the appropriate
LSK.

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VHF MCDU page

More parameters are available on MCDU VHF page:

(1) Active frequency can be set directly from scratchpad, standby, preset or emergency
frequency by activating the appropriate LSK.
(2) Stand by frequency, set from scratch pad or preset.
(3) R3 LSK allows access to preset frequencies.
(4) R5 LSK allows turning off/on the squelch.
(5) R6 LSK if depressed will automatically tune emergency frequency 121.500 as active.

IESI

(1) VHF 1 frequency display


(2) SEL
R Multifunction pushbutton allowing selection of VHF submenu. After tuning, the frequency
R needs to be confirmed by depressing SEL P/B again.
(3) SET
Multifunction rotary knob allowing tuning of VHF frequency.

R For further information refer to 1.10.36 IESI or to THALES user’s guide for the IESI

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HF CONTROL

HF VCP page

(1)Active frequency box, allows setting a new active frequency by clicking on it.

(2)Transfer switch, clicking on it transfers stand by frequency to active.

(3)Stand by frequency box, allows setting a new stand by frequency.

R (4)Display of selected modulation (USB or AM),setting can only be done through MCDU.

R (5)Display of selected power output intensity (LO, MED, HI),setting can only be done
R through MCDU.

(6)Squelch attenuation intensity, allows setting squelch attenuation by clicking on


selected circle.

COMMUNICATION MCDU page (all information are reported on the VCP)

(1)Active frequency can be set directly from scratchpad by activating the appropriate LSK.

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HF MCDU page

R (1) Active frequency (Cyan), set from scratchpad or from stand by frequency

(2) TX (Green) transmission in progress

R (3) Stand by frequency (Cyan) set from scratchpad, becomes active if R1 LSK depressed.

(4) Access to PRESET frequencies

(5) By pressing R5 LSK sets required squelch attenuation intensity

(6) By pressing R6 LSK sets the HF output power

(7) Allows changing modulation type (USB or AM)

R (8) Mode selection, if in standby the HF is muted.

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VHF & HF CONTROL SUM UP

T: Tunable parameter.
I: Information only.
N: No information.

(*): Stored preset can be selected on the Preset Page and used in appropriate tuning page
as tuning parameters (Active and Standby Frequency).

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MCDU SUM UP

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PTT SELECTOR

The outboard horn of both control wheels is provided with a PTT selector controlling the
transmission mode and effective only when BOOM SET or OXY MASK mike is used for
transmission.
Interphone Forward position springloaded to neutral transmission of flight interphone
selected.
INT transmission key has not to be used to communicate between
cockpit crew stations.
Neutral Center position. No transmission. Reception is normal. Hand microphones
are connected for transmission when keyed.
Radio Backward position springloaded to neutral. BOOM SET or OXY MASK is
connected for transmission over the selected communication equipment.

RAD PTT SW on NOSE WHEEL STEERING CONTROL HANDWHELL

When depressed, BOOM SET or OXY mike is connected for transmission over the
selected communication equipment.

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HEAD SET/BOOM SET PANEL/HAND MIC PANELS

Allow connection of a boom set, a head set and a hand mike.

LOUDSPEAKERS VOLUME KNOBS

Communication reception over cockpit loudspeakers is controlled by an individual


knob for each of the two cockpit loudspeakers.

Note:
- normal alert volume is always available regardless of knobs position.
- during any transmission, the volume of both loudspeakers is muted.

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AUDIO SEL PB(s)

Controls functioning of associated RCAU processing board.

NORM (pushbutton depressed) RCAU functions normally.

FAULT illuminates amber and the FWS is activated when an associated RCAU
processing board failure or power loss is detected.

ALTN (pushbutton released) affected crew station is connected directly to


VHF 1 if CAPT station is affected or VHF 2 if F/O station is affected.
Volume is adjusted by affected loudspeaker volume control.

Note:
On the affected side PA, interphone and other VHF can not be used any longer.

CALLS PB(s)

ATTND call PB:


Cyan “CALL” will illuminate and chimes will be generated when receiving a normal call
from the flight attendant. Amber “EMER” will illuminate and chimes will be generated,
when an emergency call has been made from the flight attendant handset.
When depressed the pushbutton will generate a cockpit call at the flight attendant station.

MECH call pushbutton:


Cyan “CALL” will illuminate and chimes will be generated when receiving a Mechanic call.
When depressed it will sound the horn in the nose wheel bay in order to draw ground crew
attention.

RESET pushbutton:
Chimes will cease and the system will be rearmed for next call by depressing the RESET
pushbutton

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EMERGENCY BEACON

The transmitter is located in the ceiling of the cabin between the passengers entry door
and the toilet door. The antenna is located in the fairing ahead of the stabilizer fin. This
system includes its own battery.

AUTO transmission is made automatically on 121.5 MHz, 243 MHz and


406 MHz when deceleration exceeds 5 g (”X MIT ALERT” Iight
illuminates amber).

MAN allows commanded operation (”X MIT ALERT” Iight illuminates


amber).

AUTO TEST RST is used in case of undue alert (reset), or to test the Emergency
beacon. Two cases are possible for the test:
- Net work “X MIT ALERT” illuminates amber during 2
seconds.
- Failure “X MIT ALERT” Iight flashes during 15 seconds.

CAUTION:
The test must not be performed in MAN mode.
Aircraft on ground (and electrically supplied), when the emergency beacon is triggered
after 30 seconds, the mechanic call horn is triggered too.

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10.4 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC/SYSTEM MONITORING


ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
EQUIPMENT DC BUS SUPPLY (C/B)
VHF 1 DC EMER BUS
(on overhead panel VHF 1)
VHF 2 DC BUS 2
(on overhead panel VHF 2)
CAPT audio system DC ESS BUS
(on overhead panel CAPT)
F/O audio system DC ESS BUS
(on overhead panel F/O)
XPDR 1 DC EMER BUS
(on overhead panel XPDR 1)
XPDR 2 DC BUS 2
(on averhead panel XPDR 2)
CAPT MCP DC EMER BUS
(on overhead panel CAPT MCP)
F/O MCP DC ESS BUS
(on overhead panel F/O MCP)
TCAS (if installed) DC BUS 2
(on overhead panel TCAS)
Attendant call DC ESS BUS
(on overhead panel ATTND)
Ground crew call DC ESS BUS
(on overhead panel
PUBLIC ADRESS)
HF 2 (when installed) DC ESS BUS
(on overhead panel HF 2)
HF 1 (when a second HF is DC BUS 1
installed) (on overhead panel HF 1)
SELCAL DC BUS 1
(when installed) (on overhead panel SEL CAS)
VHF 3 (when installed) DC BUS 2
(on overhead panel VHF 3)
CMU (when installed) DC BUS 2
(on overhead panel VHF)

MFC LOGIC
See Chapter 1.01.
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SYSTEM MONITORING
AUDIO SEL CAPT
This caution is generated when CAPT audio fault is detected. The RCAU on the captain
side has processing failure or power loss.
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “AUDIO SEL CAPT” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- Fault illuminates amber on capt audio sel pushbutton

AUDIO SEL F/O


R This caution is generated when F/O audio fault is detected. The RCAU on the First Officer
side has processing failure or power loss.
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “AUDIO SEL F/O” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- Fault illuminates amber on F/O audio sel pushbutton

XPDR
This caution is generated when a transponder (XPDR) fault is detected.
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “XPDR” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- Amber “XPDR 1(2) FAIL” label displayed on PFD
- Amber indication on XPDR VCP

VHF
This caution is generated when one VHF is detected failed.
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “VHF” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- Amber “FAIL” on communication page of MCDU, amber display on
VCP page.

VHF1+2
This caution is generated when both VHF are detected failed.
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “VHF 1+2” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- Amber “FAIL” on communication page of MCDU, amber display on
VCP page.

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HF (only if HF installed)
This caution is generated when one HF is detected failed.
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “HF” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- Amber “FAIL” on communication page of MCDU, amber display on
VCP page.

HF 1+2 (only if 2 HF installed)


This caution is generated when both HF are detected failed.
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “HF 1+2” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- Amber “FAIL” on communication page of MCDU, amber display on
VCP page.

“RMS”
This caution is generated when one RMS is detected failed.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “RMS” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)

“RMS 1+2”
This caution is generated when both RMS are detected failed.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “RMS 1+2” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)

VHF EMITTING
This caution is generated when VHF is emitting for more than 29 seconds.
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “VHF EMITTING” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)

HF EMITTING
This caution is generated when HF is emitting for more than 29 seconds.
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “HF EMITTING” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)

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COMMUNICATIONS 1.05.20
P1 001
TCAS APR 11
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20.1 DESCRIPTION

The TCAS (Traffic alert and Collision Avoidance System) is a part of the T2CAS.
The T2CAS includes the TCAS (Traffic alert and Collision Avoidance System) and the
TAWS (Terrain Avoidance Warning System).

The TCAS:
- Detects any aircraft, equipped with transponders, flying in its vicinity
- Displays potential and predicted collision targets
- Issues vertical orders to avoid conflict.
- The TCAS is independent from the ground-- based air traffic control system.

The TCAS detection capability is limited to intruders flying within a maximum range of 100
NM (depending on aircraft configuration and external conditions), and within a maximum
altitude range of 9900 feet (above and below the threatened aircraft).

The TCAS is a single system consisting of:


- One TCAS transmitter receiver,
- One directional top antenna,
- One omni directional bottom antenna,
- Two ATC Mode S transponders,
- Four ATC Mode S antennas.

The TCAS system is interacting with:


- two PDF,
- two MFD,
- two overhead speakers for voice messages.

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DEFINITIONS

(1) Advisory
A message given to the pilot containing information relevant to collision avoidance.

(2) Corrective resolution advisory


A resolution advisory that advises the pilot to deviate from current vertical speed, e.g.,
CLIMB when the aircraft is in level flight.

(3) Intruder
A target that has satisfied the TCAS threat detection logic and thus requires a traffic
advisory.

(4) Mode S
Type of secondary surveillance radar (SSR) equipment which provides replies to mode A
and Mode C interrogations and discrete address interrogations from the ground or air.

(5) Preventive resolution advisory


A resolution advisory that advises the pilot to avoid certain deviations from the current
vertical speed because certain vertical speed restrictions exist.

(6) Proximate traffic


Nearby aircraft within ¦1200 ft and 6NM which are neither an RA nor a TA.

(7) Resolution advisory (RA)


Aural and visual information provided to the flight crew to avoid a potential collision.

(8) Threat
A target that has satisfied the threat detection logic and thus requires a resolution
advisory.

(9) Traffic advisory (TA)


Information given to the pilot pertaining to the position of another aicraft in the immediate
vicinity. The information contains no resolution information.

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20.2 CONTROLS

VIRTUAL CONTROL PANEL (VCP)

TCAS function and displays are configured through the Virtual Control Panel (VCP).
R TCAS is accessed by depressing twice the NAV pushbutton on the MCP
Selection on one VCP is simultaneously updated on the opposite crew member display.
TCAS function mode (STBY, AUTO, TA ONLY) are selected via TCAS tab and Traffic
display mode via OVLY tab (NORM, ABOVE or BELOW).

MCP

The Multi Function Control Panel (MCP) allows setting TCAS parameters.
R

Refer to Flight instruments chapter for more details about MCP.

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MCDU

R Note:
At power up, the TCAS performs an auto test and in case of malfunction will display it on
the TCAS part of the PFD.

(1) TCAS mode (AUTO, TA ONLY or STBY)

(2) TCAS display configuration (ABV, NORM or BLW).

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MFD Navigation Display page

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Indication display on PFD


Current TCAS mode (as selected on VCP) and preventive or corrective indications are
displayed on PFD.

Resolution indications on VSI tape:

- Resolution Advisory:
The RA display is the instrument used to fly the TCAS resolution.
The resolution required vertical speed is displayed on the PFD Vertical Speed Scale as a
green segment.
- Corrective RA:
The pilot has to adjust the vertical speed by bringing the pointer back in the green
segment.
- Preventive RA:
If in green segment, the pilot maintains the current vertical rate.

TCAS status indications:

R On VSI:

(1) green segment


(2) red segment

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On PFD:

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20.3 OPERATION

The TCAS provides two levels of threat advisories :


If the traffic gets between 20 and 45 seconds (depending on aircraft altitude) of projected
Closest Point of Approach (CPA), it is then considered an intruder, and an aural and visual
traffic advisory is issued. This level calls attention to a developing collision threat using
the traffic advisory display and the voice message, “TRAFFIC TRAFFIC”. It permits
mental and physical preparation for a possible maneuver to follow, and assists the pilot in
achieving visual acquisition of the threat aircraft.
If the intruder gets between 20 and 35 seconds (depending on aircraft altitude), of CPA, it
is considered a threat and an aural and visual resolution advisory is issued. This level
provides a recommanded vertical maneuver integrated on PFD and voice messages to
provide adequate vertical separation from the threat aircraft, or prevents initiation of a
maneuver that would place the TCAS aircraft in jeopardy.
The TCAS resolution advisories are annunciated by the following voice messages, as
appropriate :
A “CLIMB, CLIMB” :
R (Climb at the rate depicted by the green (fly to) band on PFD).
B ”DESCEND, DESCEND” :
(Descend at the rate depicted by the green (fly to) band .)
C ”MONITOR VERTICAL SPEED” :
Initial preventive RAs (adjust vertical speed to a value within the illuminated green
band ).
D ”MAINTAIN VERTICAL SPEED, MAINTAIN” :
(No crossing maintain rate RAs (corrective)).
E ”MAINTAIN VERTICAL SPEED, CROSSING MAINTAIN” :
(Altitude crossing, maintain rate RAs (corrective)).
F ”CLEAR OF CONFLICT” :
(Range is increasing, and separation is adequate, return to assigned clearance).
G ”CLIMB, CROSSING CLIMB, CLIMB, CROSSING CLIMB” :
R (Climb at the rate depicted by the green (fly to) band on PFD). Safe separation will
best be achieved by climbing through the threat’s flight path.
H ”LEVEL OFF, LEVEL OFF” :
(Adjust vertical speed to a value within the illuminated green band )
I ”DESCEND, CROSSING DESCEND, DESCEND, CROSSING DESCEND” :
(Descend at the rate depicted by the green (fly to) band on the TCAS VSI) safe
separation will best be achieved by descending through the intruder’s flight path.

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The following voice messages annunciate enhanced TCAS maneuvers when the initial
TCAS RA does not provide sufficient vertical separation. The tone and inflexion must
constate increased urgency.
A “INCREASE DESCENT, INCREASE DESCENT” :
(descend at the rate depicted by the green (fly to) band on the TCAS VSI). Received
after “DESCEND” advisory, and indicates additional descent rate required to achieve
safe vertical separation from a maneuvering threat aircraft.
B ”INCREASE CLIMB, INCREASE CLIMB” :
(climb at the rate depicted by the green (fly to) band on the VSI). Received after
“CLIMB” advisory, and indicates additional climb rate required to achieve safe
vertical separation from a maneuvering threat aircraft.
C ”CLIMB-- CLIMB NOW, CLIMB-- CLIMB NOW” :
(climb at the rate depicted by the green (fly to) band on the TCAS VSI). Received after
a “DESCENT” resolution advisory and indicates a reversal in sense is required to
achieve safe vertical separation from a maneuvering threat aircraft.
D ”DESCEND-- DESCEND NOW, DESCEND-- DESCEND NOW” :
(descend at the rate depicted by the green (fly to) band on the TCAS VSI). Received
after a “CLIMB” resolution advisory and indicates a reversal in sense is required to
achieve safe vertical from a maneuvering threat aircraft.

All TCAS aural alerts are inhibited :


- below 1100 ft AGL when aircraft is climbing
- below 900 ft AGL when aircraft is descending

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TCAS OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS


S NON ICING CONDITIONS of inhibition

CONFIGURATION RA CLIMB RA INCREASE CLIMB


FLAPS 0_ AUTHORIZED AUTHORIZED
FLAPS 15_ TO AUTHORIZED INHIBITED
FLAPS 15_ Approach AUTHORIZED AUTHORIZED
FLAPS 30_ AUTHORIZED INHIBITED

S ICING CONDITIONS of inhibition

CONFIGURATION RA CLIMB RA INCREASE CLIMB


FLAPS 0_ Z < 20 000 ft AUTHORIZED INHIBITED
Z > 20 000 ft INHIBITED INHIBITED
FLAPS 15_ TO AUTHORIZED INHIBITED
FLAPS 15_ Approach AUTHORIZED INHIBITED
FLAPS 30_ INHIBITED INHIBITED

S The “increase climb” RA is inhibited for certain above conditions.


In non altitude crossing encounters for which a “CLIMB” RA is posted, the threat may
maneuver or accelerate toward own aircraft and cause a reduction in vertical separation
despite the RA. Since the “increase climb” RA is inhibited, the climb RA remains posted.
As soon as the threat passes throught own aircraft’s altitude, the RA sense will be
reversed and a “DESCEND” RA will be posted. If the threat never crosses through, the
“CLIMB” RA will remain posted for the duration of the encounter.
S “DESCEND” RA’s are inhibited :
- below 1200 ft AGL during a climb at take off
- below 1000 ft AGL in approach during a descent
S “INCREASE DESCEND” RA’s are inhibited
- below 1650 ft AGL during a climb
- below 1450 ft AGLduring a descent
S All RA’s are inhibited :
- below 1100 ft AGL during a climb
- below 900 ft AGL during a descent
S There can be a case where the threat aircraft track on altitude information is lost
during an RA. In this case, the RA will terminate without a “CLEAR OF CONFLICT”
annunciation.

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GENERAL APR 11
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20.4 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC/SYSTEM MONITORING

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

EQUIPMENT DC BUS SUPPLY (C/B) AC BUS SUPPLY (C/B)

TCAS DC BUS 2 - Nil -


(on overhead panel TCAS)

MFC LOGIC
See chapter 1.01.

SYSTEM MONITORING

TCAS
This caution is generated when a TCAS fault is detected.
Visual and aural alert are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “TCAS” amber message on EWD
- ”TCAS FAIL”amber label on PFD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)

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1.06.00 CONTENTS

1.06.10 GENERAL

1.06.20 DC POWER
20.1 DESCRIPTION
20.2 CONTROLS
20.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC/SYTEM MONITORING
20.4 LATERAL MAINTENANCE PANEL
20.5 SCHEMATICS

1.06.30 AC CONSTANT FREQUENCY


30.1 DESCRIPTION
30.2 CONTROLS
30.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC/SYTEM MONITORING
30.4 LATERAL MAINTENANCE PANEL

1.06.35 AC/DC SCHEMATIC

1.06.40 AC WILD FREQUENCY


40.1 DESCRIPTION
40.2 CONTROLS
40.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC/SYTEM MONITORING
40.4 LATERAL MAINTENANCE PANEL

1.06.50 EXTERNAL POWER


50.1 DESCRIPTION
50.2 CONTROLS
50.3 LATERAL MAINTENANCE PANEL

1.06.60 DISTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT LIST

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The electrical power generation is provided by the following sources :

- Main and emergency batteries


- Two engine-- driven DC starter/generators
- Two AC wild frequency generators
- Two external power units (AC and DC)

In addition, two static inverters (supplied by the DC system) provide constant frequency
AC power. The ACW electrical system can also supply DC electrical system through a
transformer rectifier unit (TRU).
The electrical distribution is ensured by busses which feed equipments.
Two separate networks (left and right) run individually and can be connected in case of
generation failure thanks to bus tie contactors (BTC).

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20.1 DESCRIPTION

GENERATION (See AC - DC schematic section 1.06.35)


The 28V DC may be normally provided by :
- two engines driven starter/generators,
- a ground external power unit.
Three sources may be used for the 28VDC emergency supply :
- one main battery
- one emergency battery, excluding START function
- one TRU

BATTERIES
A 24V Ni-- CD battery of 43Ah (main BAT) is provided for engine starting and for emergency
power supply including propeller feathering.
A 24V Ni-- CD battery of 17 Ah (emer BAT) which, in addition to its secondary role of avoiding
power transients on critical equipment during engine starts, ensures power to the emergency
network (EMER BUS and STBY BUS during starting and when OVRD UND/V pb is pressed in
OVRD position) even if the main battery has been completely discharged by repeated start
attempts.
Batteries monitoring is performed by MFC which :
* connects the battery to the associated DC BUS for charging,
* analyses the charge current and/or associated DC BUS voltage so as to prevent an
abnormal battery operating condition or thermal runaway.

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TRU
A TRU is installed in order to preserve the batteries when DC power is under emergency
supply conditions (both generators failed). In this configuration,emergency DC system can
be supplied by the ACW electrical system, through the TRU.

STARTER GENERATOR
The two DC starter/generators are driven by the engine accessory gear boxes. Each
generator is a long life brushes air cooled type and is rated to deliver :
- Nominal output power : 12 KW (400A)
- Nominal operating voltage : 27 to 31 V (nominal setting 30 V)
Starter mode :
In starting mode, the starter/generator is connected by the START contactor to :
- The aircraft main battery through a BATTERY START CONTACTOR, or
- The external power through an EXTERNAL POWER CONTACTOR or
- The aircraft main battery and the other operating generator, on ground only (cross start).
In starter mode, the starter/generator cranks the engine to the point of self sustaining
(associated engine START ON light illuminated on the ENG START panel). At the end of the
start sequence (45 % NH), the start contactor opens (associated engine START ON light
extinguished).
Generator mode :
When the engine reaches 61.5% NH, the starter/generator is acting as a generator.
Provided associated DC GEN pb is selected and EXT PWR is not used, each generator
feeds associated DC BUS through a GENERATOR CONTACTOR (GC).
A GENERATOR CONTROL UNIT (GCU) associated with each generator provides the
control for the generator contactor and the start contactor.
The GCU monitors the point of regulation, where the voltage is maintained constant as the
load varies, and provides fault detection and protection for :
S over/under voltage
S over/under speed
S differential fault current
S generator overload
S power and fault current limiting
S reverse current
S bus tie lock out
S equalizing load (in case of BTC failed closed).
The BUS TIE CONTACTOR (BTC) allows DC BUS 1 and 2 to be on line when only one
generator is operating or when the aircraft is powered from EXT PWR.
A single BUS POWER CONTROL UNIT (BPCU) provides the control for BUS TIE
CONTACTOR, BATTERY START CONTACTOR, load shedding, EXTERNAL POWER
functions, and DC SVCE BUS contactors.

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DISTRIBUTION
The aircraft DC distribution network consists of eleven busses :
- two main busses : DC BUS 1 and 2
- HOT MAIN BAT BUS and HOT EMER BAT BUS
- DC EMER BUS, DC ESS BUS and DC STBY BUS
- UTLY BUS 1 and 2
- DC SVCE BUS
- GND HDLG BUS
DC BUS 1 and 2
The DC BUS 1 is normally supplied by the LH engine driven generator and the DC BUS 2 by
the RH engine driven generator.
In case of generator failure, the associated DC BUS will be automatically supplied by the
other generator through the BUS TIE CONTACTOR.
DC BUS 1 normally supplies :
HOT EMER BAT BUS, DC EMER BUS, DC STBY BUS, UTLY BUS 1, INV 1 and DC
SVCE BUS.
DC BUS 2 normally supplies :
HOT MAIN BAT BUS, DC ESS BUS, UTLY BUS 2, INV 2.
HOT BAT BUSSES
- HOT MAIN BAT BUS and HOT EMER BAT BUS are normally supplied by main DC busses.
- In case of main DC busses failure or thermal runaway of one of the batteries, the
associated HOT BAT bus is supplied by its respective battery.
DC ESS BUS/DC EMER BUS/DC STBY BUS
In normal operation, DC EMER BUS and DC STBY BUS are supplied from HOT EMER BAT
BUS. DC ESS BUS is supplied from HOT MAIN BAT BUS.
In case of thermal runaway of one of the two batteries, the associated busses are
transferred to DC BUS 1 supply.
If DC BUS 1 is not powered, these busses are transferred to DCBUS 2 supply, by the Main
Bus Transfer Contactor.
If Both DC generators are lost :
- When TRU is operative, DC EMER BUS, DC ESS BUS can be supplied by the ACW
electrical system, through the Transformer Rectifier Unit.
- When TRU is not operative, the DC EMER BUS, DC ESS BUS are supplied by their
R respective HOT BAT BUS.
Note :During engine starts, or when cranking, DC STBY BUS is supplied by HOT EMER
BAT BUS . INV 1 remains supplied by HOT MAIN BAT BUS. In the event that batteries
are used as an emergency sources, DC STBY BUS is supplied by main battery.
UTLY BUS 1 and 2
The UTLY BUS 1 and 2 supply non essential loads. They are supplied by the associated
main DC BUS through UTLY BUS CONTACTORS (UBC(s)). The contactors are controlled
by the BPCU so that the UTLY BUS(ES) can be automatically deenergized if the supply
source becomes overloaded.
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DC SVCE BUS
The DC SVCE BUS supplies power in flight, and on ground during airplane servicing
operations.
The DC SVCE BUS can be supplied by :
- DC BUS 1. The master sw is the DC SVCE/UTLY BUS pb. When selected on, the
cabin attendant controls the DC SVCE BUS supply from a sw located on the cabin
attendant control panel.
- EXT PWR. Only the cabin attendant pb has control. The supply of the BUS may be
performed with batteries switched OFF.
GND HDLG BUS
The GND HDLG BUS supplies the DC loads required for airplane servicing on the
ground even with BAT sw selected OFF. Since these loads are not required during
flight, the GND HDLG BUS is deenergized in flight. The GND HDLG BUS can be
supplied :
- When EXT PWR is available, from DC SVCE BUS.
- When EXT PWR is not available, from HOT MAIN BAT BUS provided :
F Cargo door operating panel door is open (micro switch), or
F Refueling panel is open (micro switch), or
F Entry door is open (micro switch).
R TRANSFER (see schematics p. 20 to p. 25)
With all switches in normal position, the DC power transfer is achieved by automatic
opening and/or closure of electrical contactors according to the particular electrical
conditions.
- On ground
R F When EXT PWR is connected (p. 20)
R F When hotel mode is running (p. 21)
Note : The electrical power transfer is achieved in the same way as in flight as long
as EXT POWER is not connected.
- In flight
R F Both engine driven generator operating (p. 22)
* The engine driven generator 1 supplies the DC BUS 1,
* The engine driven generator 2 supplies the DC BUS 2,
* The BTC is open.
R F If one engine driven generator fails (p. 23)
* The BTC closes (BTC green flow bar illuminates),
* The entire electrical network is supplied by the remaining engine driven
generator.
R F If both engine driven generators fail (p. 24)
* DC ESS BUS, DC STBY BUS are supplied from the main battery, or from the
TRU, if selected ON.
* DC EMER BUS is supplied from the emergency battery or from the TRU, if
selected ON.
R F If both engine driven generators fail and TRU is inoperative (p. 25)
* When DC STBY BUS reaches undervoltage (amber UNDV light comes ON), this
bus may be recovered by selecting OVRD UND/V pb.
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20.2 CONTROLS
GENERATION

1 DC GEN pb

Controls the energization of associated generator and the resetting of the protection
system after failure.
ON (pb pressed in) Associated generator is energized and associated generator
contactor closes if the network electrical parameters (and S/G parameters)
are normal.
OFF (pb released) associated generator is deenergized and associated generator
contactor is opened. The OFF light illuminates white.
FAULT illuminates amber and the FWS is activated in event of :
- A protection trip initiated by the associated GCU. If it is caused by a
generator underspeed, reset will be automatic. For the other cases, a
manual reset has to be performed ( but can lead to a loss of the opposite
generator).
- An opening of a generator contactor except if pb is selected OFF.
In both cases, the BUS TIE CONTACTOR closes and affected DC BUS is
automatically supplied from the remaining generator.
BTC does not operate in case of DC BUS overload.

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2 BTC pb

This guarded pb controls the DC BUS TIE CONTACTOR (BTC) which, when closed,
connects both main DC BUSSES.
NORM (released) The BPCU automatically controls the BTC
- In normal conditions with both generators operating, the BTC is
opened allowing isolated operation of both generator circuits.
- In case of external power operation, or single generation, the BTC is
automatically closed, the flow bar is illuminated.
ISOL (pressed in) The BTC is opened. ISOL light illuminates cyan.

3 EXT PWR pb

AVAIL Illuminates green when conditions of DC external power connection


are met.
ON Allows to connect DC external power.
Refer to EXTERNAL PWR section for more informations.
4 DC SVCE/UTLY BUS pb

Controls connection/disconnection of DC SVCE BUS and both UTLY BUSSES to


associated main DC BUSSES.
NORM (pb pressed in) DC SVCE BUS and both UTLY BUS are available unless
a load shed signal is provided by the BPCU.
OFF (pb released) DC SVCE BUS and both UTLY BUSSES are
disconnected from associated main DC BUS. The OFF it illuminates
white.
SHED Illuminates amber and the FWS is activated when a load shed
condition controlled by the BPCU is present and at least one UTLY BUS
is disconnected from associated main DC BUS.

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DISTRIBUTION

1 DC BUS OFF lights


Illuminates amber when associated main DC BUS is not supplied.
If one DC BUS is OFF, the FWS will be activated.

2 BAT CHG pbs


Controls the operation of the associated BATTERY CHARGE CONTACTOR.
ON (pb pressed in) The contactor is controlled by the MFC.
Contactor is closed in normal operation, it opens in case of :
- Thermal runaway of battery
- Undervoltage of DC MAIN BUS (<25 V)
- Start sequence initiated (in this case, both BCC are opened, and
closed when start rotary selector leaves START or CRANK position).
- An OVRD signal on BAT switch
OFF (pb released). The charge contactor is opened on demand. The OFF
light illuminates white.
FAULT - Illuminates amber and the MFC is activated in event of :
- An overheat detected by the MF. In this case, the charge contactor
automatically opens.
- A failure of the charge contactor.

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3 TRU pb
NORM (pb released)
- One engine driven generator operating :
S DC EMER and DC STBY BUS are supplied from HOT EMER
BAT BUS.
- Both engine driven generators failed :
S DC EMER is supplied from HOT EMER BAT BUS
S INV 1, DC STBY BUS and DC ESS BUS are supplied from HOT
MAIN BAT BUS
ON (pb pressed in). The TRU is connected to ACW BUS 2. ON It
illuminates cyan. Arrow ! illuminates green when supply of DC
EMER BUS, DC STBY BUS, INV 1 and DC ESS BUS from TRU is
effective.
4 Emergency supply ind
Right arrow illuminates amber when the DC ESS BUS or INV 1 are supplied from the
MAIN BAT.
Left arrow illuminates amber when the DC EMER BUS or INV 1 are supplied from the
EMER BAT.
5 OVRD pb
When on batteries supply, this guarded pb allows to transfer the DC STBY BUS and
the INV 1 from HOT MAIN BAT BUS to HOT EMER BAT BUS.
NORM (pb released) The DC STBY BUS and INV 1 are supplied from the same
source as DC ESS BUS.
OVRD (pb pressed in) The DC STBY BUS and INV 1 are supplied from the
same source as DC EMER BUS. OVRD it illuminates cyan (see p 21).
UNDV The light illuminates amber, to indicate that DC STBY BUS voltage is
below 19.5 V. OVRD may be used as necessary.
6 BAT toggle sw
The BAT three positions toggle sw is used to provide DC electrical power :
- from the emer battery to the EMER BUS,
- from the main battery to the ESS BUS, and DC STBY BUS, and through the INV 1, to
the AC STBY BUS.
OFF ESS BUS, DC STBY BUS and INV 1 are isolated from the HOT MAIN
BAT BUS.
DC EMER BUS is isolated from the HOT EMER BAT BUS.
ON With engine driven generators OFF and EXT PWR off, ESS BUS, STBY
BUS and INV 1 are supplied from the HOT MAIN BAT BUS, EMER BUS
is supplied from the HOT EMER BAT BUS.
With generation other than battery available, ESS BUS is supplied by
the HOT MAN BAT BUS ; EMER BUS and STBY BUS are supplied by
the HOT EMER BAT BUS.
OVRD Allow to be sure that EMER BUS and ESS BUS are supplied by their
respective battery by overriding all protections. This position is
protected by a toggle guard.
Note : DC STBY BUS is supplied by EMER BAT.
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7 DC AMP ind.
Indicates the charge (CH) discharge (DCH) current of the selected battery.
8 BAT AMP reading selector
Enables to select the battery checked by the ammeter (7).

CABIN ATTENDANT PANEL

DC SVCE BUS pb
Controls the supply of the DC SVCE BUS.
Note : - Without GPU (DC BUS 1 supplying)
DC SVCE BUS will be supplied if both the cockpit DC SVCE/UTLY BUS and the
cabin attendant panel DC SVCE BUS are selected. As soon as one of the two pb is
selected OFF, the bus is isolated.
- With GPU (direct supplying)
DC SVCE BUS is directly supplied provided Cabin attendant panel pb is ON. If the
DC SVCE BUS cabin attendant panel is on SHED position, cargo door opening,
internal ligthing and refuelling panel are not supplied.

ON (pb pressed in) The light illuminates green whenever a power source is available on
the aircraft.
OFF (pb relased) The DC SVCE BUS is disconnected from the available power source.
The ON light extinguishes.
SHED Illuminates amber when :
- DC source is available and the pb is relased, or the pb is pressed in and an overload
shedding occurs.

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DC INFORMATION

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BATTERIES INFORMATION

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20.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC/SYSTEM MONITORING


ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
EQUIPMENT DC BUS AC BUS
SUPPLY
(C/B) (C/B)
Generator Control Unit 1 DC EMER BUS - Nil -
(on lateral panel GCU GEN 1)
Generator Control Unit 2 DC ESS BUS - Nil -
(on lateral panel GCU GEN 2)
Bus Power Control Unit DC EMER BUS - Nil -
(on lateral panel BPCU DC)
Main Battery CHG IND DC ESS BUS - Nil -
(on lateral panel CHG IND)
Emer Battery CHG IND DC EMER BUS - Nil -
(on lateral panel CHG IND)
Ess BUS and INV1 on DC ESS BUS - Nil -
main Bat ind (arrow) (on lateral panel IND)
Emer Bus on Bat ind HOT EMER BAT BUS - Nil -
(arrow) (on lateral panel or EMER BAT BUS IND)
Emer Bat Voltage ind HOT EMER BAT BUS - Nil -
(on lateral panel IND)
DC BUS 1 OFF IND DC EMER BUS - Nil -
(on lateral panel DC BUS 1 CAUTION BUS 1)
DC BUS 2 OFF IND DC EMER BUS - Nil -
(on lateral panel DC BUS 2 CAUTION BUS 2)
Main Bat Voltage ind HOT MAIN BAT BUS - Nil -
(on lateral panel IND)
DC STBY BUS DC EMER BUS - Nil -
undervoltage and (on lateral panel UNDV and OVRD IND)
OVRD ind
DC STBY BUS control DC EMER BUS - Nil -
(on lateral panel CTL)
Ground Handling bus on HOT MAIN BAT BUS - Nil -
Bat XF relay (on lateral panel RLY)

MFC LOGIC
See chapter 1.01

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SYSTEM MONITORING

ELEC DC GEN 1+2


This warning is generated when both DC generation channels are inoperative.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MW light flashing red
- “ELEC DC GEN 1+2” red message on EWD
- Aural alert is Continuous Repetitive Chime (CRC)
- DC BUS 1(&2) OFF legend in amber boxes on SD Electrical System page
- DC GEN FAULT legend in an amber circle on SD Electrical System page
- FAULT light of DC GEN pb illuminates amber on overhead panel
- DC BUS OFF caution lights illuminate amber on overhead panel

ELEC DC 1(2)
This caution is generated when DC BUS 1(2) is not supplied.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “ELEC DC 1(2)” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- DC BUS 1(2) OFF legend in an amber box on SD Electrical System page
- DC BUS 1(2) OFF caution light illuminates amber on overhead panel

ELEC DC GEN
This caution is generated when one DC generation channel is inoperative.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “ELEC DC GEN” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- DC BUS 1(2) OFF legend in amber boxes on SD Electrical System page
- DC GEN 1(2) FAULT label in amber circle on SD Electrical System page
- FAULT light of DC GEN 1(2) pb illuminates amber on overhead panel
- DC BUS 1(2) OFF caution lights illuminate amber on overhead panel

ELEC DC EMER
This caution is generated when DC EMER BUS is no longer supplied.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “ELEC DC EMER” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- “EMER BUS” label in an amber box on SD Electrical System page
- EMER BUS light illuminates amber on overhead panel

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ELEC DC ESS
This caution is generated when DC ESS BUS is no longer supplied.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “ELEC DC ESS” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- “ESS BUS” label in an amber box on SD Electrical System page
- ESS BUS light illuminates amber on overhead panel

ELEC DC SHED
This caution is generated when DC BUS is automatically shed after a source overload.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “ELEC DC SHED” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- “SHED” label displayed in amber on SD Electrical System page
- SHED light of DC SVCE BUS pb illuminates amber on overhead panel

ELEC BAT CHG


This caution is generated in case of an incipient battery thermal runaway or a charge
contactor failure.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “ELEC BAT CHG” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- “CHG FAULT” label displayed in amber on SD Electrical System page
- FAULT legned of BAT CHG pb illuminates amber on overhead panel

ELEC BAT DISCH


This caution is generated in case of battery(ies) discharge in flight (but DC main sources
available).
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “ELEC BAT DISCH” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- Amber filled arrow displayed on SD Electrical System page
ELEC CHG LOSS
This caution is generated in case of a loss of charge
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “ELEC CHG LOSS” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- “CHG FAULT” label displayed in amber on SD Electrical System page

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20.4 LATERAL MAINTENANCE PANEL

On LH maintenance panel, a rotary selector is provided, with several indicators. The


maintenance panel is protected by a transparent cover to avoid unintended inflight
operation.

CURRENT CHECK

1 Rotary Selector
Allows to connect selected pick-- up points of the electrical network to the indicators.
“GEN” position selects DC generator on DC indicators.
2 DC voltage indicator
Indicates the voltage at pick up point selected by the rotary selector.
Normal readings are :
- For battery without load : 25 to 28 volts
- For battery under load : 23 to 28 volts
3 DC Current indicator
Indicates the current generated by selected sources.
Normal reading is for each generator : less than 300 A.

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DC UTLY/SVCE/STBY CONTACTORS MALFUNCTION INDICATION AND DC FEEDERS


OVHT DETECTORS

Electrical malfunctions are indicated by MFC on the “BASIC MEMORY” MCDU menu.

Selection of MISC 1(2) menu gives information on DC UTLY/SVCE/STBY contactors and DC


FEEDERS OVHT detectors.

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20.5 SCHEMATICS

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30.1 DESCRIPTION
GENERATION
The source of constant frequency (400 Hz) AC power consists of two static inverters
(INV).
The inverters are rack mounted and cooled by forced air with provisions for natural
convection cooling.
The static inverter design characteristics are as follows :
- Power 500 VA
- Output voltage 115 V ± 4V and 26 V ± 1V
- Frequency 400 Hz ± 5 Hz
- Type single phase
The two inverters are powered respectively from DC BUS 1 and DC BUS 2. The input
voltage range is between 18 VDC and 31 VDC for satisfactory operation.
In event of one DC BUS loss, corresponding inverter is not supplied, but corresponding
AC BUS is supplied by AC BTR (BTC pb).
In event of both DC BUS power loss, INV1 is automatically supplied by HOT MAIN BAT
BUS, or by HOT EMER BAT BUS in OVRD configuration (for each bus when OVRD
UNDV is selected) or by TRU when selected ON.
The maximum power available on each 26 VAC BUS is 250VA.

(See AC-- DC Schematic section 1.06.35)

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DISTRIBUTION (115 and 26 V)


INV 1 normally supplies :
- AC BUS 1
- AC STBY BUS
INV 2 normally supplies :
- AC BUS 2
In event of inverter failure or input power loss the associated AC BUS is isolated from
affected inverter and, provided the BTC pb is not in ISOL position, the AC BUS 1 and
2 are automatically tied together by the BTR (Bus Tie Relay).
In event of INV 1 failure or input power loss, AC STBY BUS is automatically supplied
from INV 2.

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30.2 CONTROLS

1 INV FAULT light


Illuminates amber and the FWS is activated in case of an inverter failure or a loss of
power supply.
2
BUS OFF light
IIluminates amber and the FWS is activated when associated AC BUS is
deenergized.
3
OVRD pb
When on batteries supply, this guarded pb allows the INV 1 and hence the AC STBY
BUS to be transfered from HOT MAIN BAT BUS supply to HOT EMER BATR BUS
supply.
NORM (pb released). The INV 1 and AC STBY BUS are supplied from the same
source as DC ESS BUS.
OVRD (pb pressed in). The INV 1 and AC STBY BUS are supplied from the same
source as DC EMER BUS. OVRD light illuminates white.
UNDV The light illuminates amber to indicate that the DC STBY BUS voltage is
below 19.5V. INV 1 require 18 V for normal operation. OVRD may be
used as necessary.
4
DC BTC pb
This guarded pb controls the AC BUS TIE relay (AC BTR) which, when closed,
connects both main AC BUSSES.
NORM (pb released). The BPCU automatically controls the BTC and a separate
logic controls the AC BTR.
* In normal conditions, with both inverters running, the AC BTR is open
allowing isolated operation of both inverter circuits.
* In case of inverter failure, the AC BTR is automatically closed after 10s
with OVRD UNDV pb released. The INV FAULT light illuminates but
associated BUS OFF light extinguishes after 10s.
ISOL (pb pressed in). The AC BTR is locked open, ISOL light illuminates cyan.
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AC BUS

INVERTERS

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30.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/MFC LOGIC/SYSTEM MONITORING


ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

EQUIPMENT DC BUS SUPPLY AC BUS SUPPLY


(C/B) (C/B)
INV 1 + AC BUS 1 AC voltage - Nil - 115 VAC EMER BUS
and frequency ind. (on lateral panel FREQ IND.)
AC BUS 2 power supply 115 - Nil - 115 VAC OUTPUT INV 1
VAC (on lateral panel 115 VAC)
AC BUS 2 power supply 26 - Nil - 26 VAC OUTPUT INV 1
VAC (on lateral panel 26 VAC)
AC BUS 1 control and INV 1 DC EMER BUS
caution (on lateral panel INC CAU-
TION and BUS SPLY RLY)
AC BUS 1 caution relay - Nil - 115 VAC BUS 1
(on lateral panel RLY)
AC BUS 1 caution light DC EMER BUS - Nil -
(on lateral panel LT)
INV 2 + AC BUS 2 ACV and - Nil - 115 VAC BUS 2
frequency ind. (on lateral panel FREQ IND)
AC BUS 2 power supply 115 - Nil - 115 VAC OUTPUT INV 2
VAC (on lateral panel 115 VAC)
AC BUS 2 power supply 26 - Nil - 26 VAC OUTPUT INV 2 (on lat-
VAC eral panel 26 VAC)
AC BUS 2 control and INV 2 DC ESS BUS - Nil -
caution (on lateral panel BUS CTL
and INV CAUTION)
AC BUS 2 caution relay - Nil - 115 VAC BUS 2
(on lateral panel RLY)
AC BUS 2 caution light DC EMER BUS - Nil -
(on lateral panel LT)
AC BUS 1 and 2 tie line 115 - Nil - 115 VAC BUS 1
VAC (on lateral panel 115 VAC)
AC BUS 1 and 2 tie line 26 - Nil - 26 VAC BUS 1
VAC (on lateral panel 26 VAC)
AC STBY BUS power supply - Nil - OUTPUT INV 1 or 2
115 VAC (on lateral panel 115 VAC)
AC STBY BUS power supply - Nil - OUTPUT INV 1 or 2
26 VAC (on lateral panel 26 VAC)
AC STBY BUS transfer relay DC EMER BUS - Nil -
(on lateral panel AC EMER
and STBY BUS XFR RLY)

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MFC LOGIC
See chapter 1.01.

SYSTEM MONITORING

ELEC AC 1(2)
This caution is generated when AC BUS 1(2) is not supplied
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “ELEC AC 1(2)” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- “AC BUS 1(2) OFF” label in amber box on SD Electrical System page
- “AC BUS OFF” light illuminates amber on overhead panel

ELEC INV 1(2)


This caution is generated in case of under/over voltage at INV 1(2) output.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “ELEC INV 1(2)” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- “INV 1(2) OFF” label in amber box on SD Electrical System page
- “INV 1(2)” light illuminates amber on overhead panel

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AC CONSTANT FREQUENCY APR 11
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30.4 LATERAL MAINTENANCE PANEL

On LH maintenance panel, a rotary selector is provided, with several indicators. The


maintenance panel is protected by a transparent cover to avoid unintended inflight
operation.

CURRENT CHECK

1 Rotary Selector
Allows to connect selected pick-- up points of the electrical netwwork to the indicators
“INV” position selects AC current on AC indicators.
2 AC load indicator
Indicates in hundred percent the load of selected AC source.
Normal reading : below 0.5.
3 Frequency indicator
Indicates in Hz frequency of selected AC source.
Normal reading : 400 Hz5 Hz.
4 AC voltage indicator
Indicates voltage on selected AC source.
Normal reading : 115 V  4 V.

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AC/DC SCHEMATIC APR 11
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30.5 SCHEMATICS

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40.1 DESCRIPTION
GENERATION
The ACW generation system consists of two “propeller” driven 3 phases generators. Each
generateor is a brushless, air cooled type and is rated to deliver 20 KVA for continuous
operation.
Nominal set voltage 115V / 200V.
Normal operating frequency range : 341 to 488 Hz (70 to 100% NP)
Each generator is controlled by a Generator Control Unit (GCU) which provides the
following control and protection functions :
S overvoltage
S power and fault current limiting
S bus tie lock out
S undervoltage
S differential protection
S under frequency
S open phase
S overfrequency
S voltage regulation

The BPCU performs the functions required for control and protection of the EXT PWR, the
BUS TIES (or BTC(S)) and SVCE BUS.
The TRU allows the ACW generation system to partially energize the DC electrical system
from ACW BUS 2.

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DISTRIBUTION
The aircraft ACW distribution network consists of three busses :
- Two main busses ACW BUS 1 and 2
- ACW SVCE BUS.

ACW BUS 1 and 2


The ACW BUS 1 is normally supplied by the generator driven by the LH generator and the
ACW BUS 2 by the RH generator.
Note : * in case of generator failure, the associated ACW BUS will be automatically
supplied by the other generator through the BUS TIE CONTACTORS (1 and 2).
*A soon as EXT PWR is connected, selected ON and checked “acceptable” in
voltage, frequency, phase, and current by the PBCU, it has priority over the engine
driven generators.
ACW SVCE BUS
The ACW SCVE BUS supplies power in flight, and on ground during airplane servicing
operations. The ACW SVCE BUS can be supplied from EXT PWR or ACW BUS 1. A sw
located on the cabin attendant panel controls the power to ACW SVCE BUS.
* When the ACW BUS 1 is ON, power being supplied by the generator or EXT PWR
through BTC 1, the ACW SVCE BUS is automatically fed from ACW BUS 1 through
contactor GXC.
* When the aircraft is operating from EXT PWR with ACW BUS 1 OFF, the ACW SVCE
BUS is fed from EXT PWR through contactor EXC.
Note : The ACW SVCE BUS is automatically shed when one generator is off line.

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40.2 CONTROLS

1 ACW GEN pb
Controls the energization of associated generator and the resetting of the protection
system after failure.
ON (pb pressed in) Associated generator is energized and associated generator
contactor closes if the network electrical parameters are normal.
OFF (pb released) Associated generator is deenergized and associated generator
contactor is open. OFF light illuminates white.
FAULT Illuminates amber and the FWS is activated in event of :
- A protection trip initiated by the associated GCU. If it is caused by a
generator underspeed, reset will be automatic. For the other cases, a manual
reset has to be performed.
- An opening of a generator contactor except if pb is selected OFF.
In both cases, the BTC(S) are closed and affected ACW BUS is automatically
supplied from the remaining generator. The light extinguishes and the fault circuit is
reset when the pb is cycled to the out position.

2 ACW BUS OFF light


Illuminates amber and the FWS is activated when associated ACW BUS is not
supplied.

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3 BTC PB
This guarded PB controls the ACW BUS TIE CONTACTORS (BTC 1 and 2) which,
when closed, connects both main ACW BUSSES in parallel.
NORM (PB released) BPCU Automatically controls BTC 1 and 2 :
S In normal conditions, wirth both generators running, BTC 1 and 2 are open,
allowing individual operation of both generator circuits.
S In case of external power operation, or single generator failure, BTC 1 and 2 are
automatically closed. The flow bar is illuminated.
ISOL (pb pressed in) BTC 1 and 2 are open, ISOL light illuminates white.
4 EXT PWR PB
Refer to EXTERNAL POWER section.

CABIN ATTENDANT PANEL

ACW SVCE BUS pb


Connects the ACW SVCE BUS to the EXT PWR source or to the ACW BUS 1 when it is
energized.
ON (pb pressed in) Whenever ACW power or external AC power of acceptable
quality is available, the light illuminates green.
OFF (pb released) The SVCE BUS is disconnected from the available power
source. The ON light extinguishes.
SHED Illuminates amber when :
- the ACW source is available and PB is released, or
- the PB is pressed in and ACW SVCE BUS is not powered (overload shedding
for example).

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ACW WILD FREQUENCY APR 11
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INDICATING

BAT

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40.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY / SYSTEM MONITORING

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

EQUIPMENT DC BUS SUPPLY (C/B) AC BUS SUPPLY (C/B)


GCU of ACW DC ESS BUS - Nil -
GEN 1 (on lateral panel GCU ACW GEN 1)
GCU of ACW DC ESS BUS - Nil -
GEN 2 (on lateral panel GCU ACW GEN 2)
ACW BPCU DC ESS BUS - Nil -
(on lateral panel BPCU ACW)
ACW BUS 1 - Nil - ACW BUS 1
caution relay (on lateral panel RLY)
ACW BUS 1 DC EMER BUS - Nil -
caution light (on lateral panel LT)
ACW BUS 2 - Nil - ACW BUS 2
caution relay (on lateral panel RLY)
ACW BUS 2 DC EMER BUS - Nil -
caution light (on lateral panel LT)
ACW SVCE BUS - Nil - ACW SVCE BUS
shed relay (on lateral panel ACW SVCE
BUS SHED CAUTION RLY)

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AC WILD FREQUENCY APR 11
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SYSTEM MONITORING
ELEC ACW GEN 1(2)
This caution is generated when one ACW generator channel is inoperative.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “ELEC ACW GEN 1(2)” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- “ACW GEN 1(2) FAULT” label under an amber semi circle on SD Elec page
- FAULT light of ACW GEN 1(2) pb illuminates amber on overhead panel

ELEC ACW 1(2) OFF


This caution is generated when ACW BUS 1(2) is not supplied.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “ELEC ACW 1(2) OFF” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- “ACW 1(2) OFF” label in an amber box on SD Elec page
- OFF light of ACW GEN 1(2) pb illuminates white on overhead panel

ELEC ACW BUS 1+2


This caution is generated when both ACW BUS are not supplied.
Visual and aural alerts are :
- MC light flashing amber
- “ELEC ACW BUS 1+2” amber message on EWD
- Aural alert is Single Chime (SC)
- “ACW GEN 1(&2) FAULT” label under amber semi circles on SD Elec page
- FAULT lights of ACW GEN pbs illuminate amber on overhead panel

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AC WILD FREQUENCY APR 11
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40.4 LATERAL MAINTENANCE PANEL

On LH maintenance panel, a rotary selector is provided, with several indicators. The


maintenance panel is protected by a transparent cover to avoid unintended inflight
operation.

CURRENT CHECK

1 Rotary Selector
Allows to connect selected pick-- up points of the electrical network to the indicators.
“GEN” position selects AC WILD Generator on AC indicators.
2 AC indicators
Refer to AC CONSTANT FREQUENCY lateral maintenance panel description.

ACW BUS TIE CONTACTORS OPERATING SELECTOR

It is used to open the corresponding AC Wild bus tie contactor.

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EXTERNAL POWER APR 11
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50.1 DESCRIPTION
The DC and ACW electrical power system can be supplied from ground power sources,
connected via the separate “External Power” receptacles which are located on the lower
right side of the fuselage, just aft of the nose gear.

DC SUPPLY
* The power is controlled via the BUS POWER CONTROL UNIT (BPCU) which provides
protection for :
- overvoltage
- under voltage
- overcurrent
- incorrect polarity
When the above conditions are in the correct status, EXT PWR is considered to be of
acceptable quality. AVAIL light illuminates green in the “DC” EXT PWR pb. Ext DC AVAIL
is although displayed on the SD Elec page.
* The AVAIL light being illuminated, THE “DC” EXT PWR pb may be selected ON. The
AVAIL light remains illuminated and the ON light illuminates blue.
Note :As soon as EXT PWR is connected, checked acceptable by the BPCU and
selected ON, it has priority over the engine driven generators
AC SUPPLY
* The power is controlled via the BUS POWER CONTROL UNIT (BPCU) which provides
protection for :
- voltage limits
- phase sequence
- frequency limits
- open phase
- overload
When the above conditions are in the correct status, the EXT PWR is considered to be of
acceptable quality. The AVAIL light illuminates green in the “ACW” EXT PWR pb and this
pb may be selected ON in associated contactors are closed. Ext AC AVAIL is although
displayed on the SD Elec page
- ACW SVCE BUS pb on the cabin attendant panel may be selected ON :
S AVAIL light remains illuminated
S ON light illuminates blue
Note :As soon as EXT PWR is connected, checked acceptable by the BPCU and
selected ON, it has priority over the “propeller” driven generators.

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50.2 CONTROLS
AC EXTERNAL POWER RECEPTACLE PANEL

1 Nose Landing Gear Service Light Switch


Allows operation of the service light in the nose gear bay.
2 ”AC Power not used” light (white)
Is on when AC external power is connected and ACW SVCE BUS is not used.
3 ”AC Connected” light (white)
Is on when AC external power is connected.

DC EXTERNAL POWER RECEPTACLE PANEL

1 “DC connected” light (white)


Is on when DC external power is connected to the aircraft.
2 ”DC Power not used” light (white)
Is on when DC external power is connected to the aircraft, and DC SVCE BUS is not
used.
3 Interphone Jack
Used by ground mechanic to connect a headset to communicate with crew.
4 Pilot call button
When pressed in, sends a call (aural and visual) to the cockpit : “Mechanic call” light
illuminates on the overhead panel.

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EXTERNAL POWER DEC 13
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LEFT INTENTIONALLY BLANK

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50.3 LATERAL MAINTENANCE PANEL

On LH maintenance panel, a rotary selector is provided, with several indicators. The


maintenance panel is protected by a transparent cover to avoid unintended inflight
operation.
CURRENT CHECK

1 Rotary Selector
Allows to connect selected pick-- up points of the electrical network to the indicators.
“EXT PWR” position indicates on DC or/and AC indicators.
2 DC indicators
Refer to DC power lateral maintenance panel description.
3 ”AC indicators
Refer to AC Constant frequency lateral maintenance panel description.

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Note : “*” = option


DC BUS 1

R NORM SPLY

R - TAWS ADVISORY

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R 1
R

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DC BUS 2

R NORM SPLY

R NORM SPLY

R NORM SPLY

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R - *RATING - ERIU SPLY


R 77 ENGINE INDICATION - ENG1 - OIL PRESS/TEMP

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HOT EMER BAT BUS

R - EMER BAT AMP IND


R - EMER BAT VOLT IND
R - EMER BAT ARROW

R - ADC 1/ICP CAPT HOT SPLY

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HOT MAIN BAT BUS

R - MAIN BAT IND ARROW


R - MAIN BAT VOLT IND

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DC EMER BUS

- MCP CM1

R - ENG FIRE EXTINGUISHING CTRL and IND

R (and - WARNING on CLA-- ENG 1+2)

R - LP VALVES 1 and 2 AUX SPLY (back-- up DC BUS 1&2)

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R NORM SPLY

R
R NORM SPLY

AVNX (IMA) - CPM 1


- IOM-- DC 12
- IOM-- DC 13

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DC ESS BUS

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R NORM SPLY

AVNX (IMA) - CPM 2 / IOM-- S 2


- IOM-- DC 22
- IOM-- DC 23

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DC STBY BUS

R - CPM2 / IOM-- S2 AUX SPLY

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DC SVCE BUS

R - LEFT and RIGHT CABIN LAT LT

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DC UTLY BUS 1

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DC UTLY BUS 2

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DC GND HOLG BUS

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115V AC STBY BUS

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115V AC BUS 1

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115V AC BUS 2

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26V AC STBY BUS

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26V AC BUS 1

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26V AC BUS 2

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115V ACW BUS 1

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115V ACW BUS 2

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115V ACW SVCE BUS

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*115V ACW SVCE BUS 2

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1.07.00 CONTENTS

1.07.10 GENERAL

1.07.20 OXYGEN SYSTEM

20.1 DESCRIPTION

20.2 CONTROLS

20.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/SYSTEM MONITORING

20.4 SCHEMATICS

1.07.30 EMERGENCY EVACUATION

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The aircraft is equipped with fire fighting, oxygen and first aid equipment, placed
throughout the cabin, readily available for use in emergency.
The e