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0 Introduction

1 System Descriptions

2 Limitations

3 Emergency Procedures

4 Abnormal Procedures

5 System Operation

6 Checklists

7 Flight Techniques

8 Performance

9 Flight Planning

10 Weight and Balance

11 MEL/CDL

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- General
- Contents
- Organization
- List of Effective Pages
- Amendments
- Bulletins
- Aircraft Configuration
- Customization
- Conventions Used in the AOM
- Use of Colours
- Copyright
- Use of Symbols

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GENERAL ORGANIZATION
The Aircraft Operating Manual (AOM) has The manual is divided into chapters; a con-
been prepared by the Operational Documen- tents page in front of the manual lists these
tation Department of Fokker Services B.V. chapters. Each chapter is divided into sec-
The manual reflects the principle that only tions; sections may be subdivided into one or
need-to-know information is relevant. The more subsections, categorized by the sub-
nice-to-know data has been restricted to ject or type of information presented. Within
such instances where questions might be each subsection the pages are numbered. At
raised by the user. each page chapter, section and subsection
The AOM is complementary to the numbers are indicated in the right-hand top
Fokker 100 Airplane Flight Manual (AFM) corner; e.g. 0.01.01 stands for chapter 0,
which is approved by the European Aviation section 01, subsection 01. (All subsections
Safety Agency (EASA). In the event of dis- numbered 00 are contents pages.)
agreement the AFM is the final authority. The right-hand top corner of each page also
indicates the version number and the issue
CONTENTS number of that page. The version number is
related to (an) aircraft configuration item(s).
The AOM provides flight crews with neces- The issue number is related to the revision
sary information concerning the aircraft sys- status of that page; when a page is revised,
tems, limitations, procedures, checklists, the issue number will be increased by one.
flight techniques, performance, flight plan- Example of pagination as represented in the
ning and weight and balance. The chapters right-hand top of each page:
on performance, flight planning and weight
and balance are intended for quick reference
only.

CHAPTER

SECTION
SUBSECTION

1.05.02
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LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES In addition to the replacement pages and the


Transmittal Letter, the 'Amendments to the
To provide a means of checking the contents Operating Manual' will comprise the updated
of this AOM, a List of Effective Pages (LEP) List of Effective Pages (LEP). Revisions will
is filed in front of the contents of the AOM. be indicated on this list with a capital R.
The LEP lists all required pages, including
the pages of the LEP, with the correct version CONVENTIONS USED IN THE AOM
and issue number. The contents of this AOM
must at all times comply with the contents as Some of the most important conventions
given on the LEP. used in this AOM are:
The LEP is related to a batch of aircraft for a - Numbers consisting of five or more digits
specific customer and is therefore unique. In are represented in groups of three with
addition to the operator's name and the air- spaces in between, eg 30 000 ft.
craft serial number(s) at page 1 of the LEP, - The decimal sign is represented as a full
the LEP is identified by a version number in stop.
the top right-hand corner of each page. - Words referring to actual texts in the flight
The issue number on each LEP page indi- deck are printed in capital, eg 'the FAULT
cates the revision status of that page. When light comes on'.
a LEP page is revised, the issue number of - Notes are used for information that is
that page will be increased by one. considered essential to emphasize.
Page 1 of the LEP, included in every revision, - Cautions are used for an operation, pro-
lists the required LEP pages and the date of cedure, practice, or condition, etc which,
issue, i.e. the latest revision date. if not strictly observed, may damage
equipment.
AMENDMENTS - Warnings are used for an operation, pro-
cedure, practice, or condition, etc which
To keep the AOM current, replacement may result in injury or death if not care-
pages will be issued when necessary and fully observed or followed.
only on a subscription basis. A replacement
page may have the same or a different ver-
sion number as the replaced page.
If a replacement page has the same version
number as the replaced page, the issue
number will be updated (both sides of the
sheet) and changes will be indicated on the
replacement page by a black vertical bar
next to the revised item.
If a replacement page has a different version
number, the black bar(s), if printed, must be
disregarded. In this case the reason for
change can be found on the Transmittal Let-
ter that accompanies the revision.

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USE OF COLOURS FOKKER SERVICES B.V. AND ANY


ASSIGNEE OF FOKKER SERVICES B.V.
Colours have been used in chapter System SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR AND SHALL
Descriptions for the following purposes: BE INDEMNIFIED AND HELD HARMLESS
- to indicate on the ALERT pages the BY THE CUSTOMER FROM AND AGAINST
actual colour of a light when it comes on; ANY CLAIMS, LIABILITIES, DAMAGE,
- to differentiate in FUNCTIONAL DIA- COSTS AND EXPENSES ARISING IN CON-
GRAM among fuel, engine oil, hydraulic NECTION WITH THE SERVICE TO BE
fluid, and air; and between AC and DC; RENDERED BY FOKKER SERVICES B.V.
- to give a representation of the EFIS dis- HEREUNDER. THIS WAIVER OF
plays. RECOURSE AND INDEMNITY SHALL
ALSO BE VALID, IN CASE ANY PART OF
CUSTOMER ORIGINATED CHANGES THE MANUAL SHALL BE AFFECTED OR
Customer-Originated Changes will reflect COMPROMISED BY SUCH CUSTOMER-
data originated by and peculiar to a specific ORIGINATED CHANGES.
customer. Customer-Originated Changes, Identification and Incorporation
such as but not limited to, incorporation of
customer's specific data and procedures, Pages that contain customized information
incorporation of Engineering modifications, will be identified with: “Customized on
Vendor Service Bulletin incorporation and request of .....” (operator’s name). Custom-
removal or changes to existing Customer- ized text will be bold and in between a cus-
Originated Changes, will be incorporated into tomer originated change (COC) identifier:
the manuals by Fokker Services B.V. at cus- “[coc- ........................ -coc]”.
tomer's request.
Liability COPYRIGHT
Fokker Services B.V. does not assume any All rights reserved by Fokker Services B.V.,
liability for the validity, completeness and/or (The Netherlands). This document has been
technical accuracy of the data identified as a supplied by Fokker Services B.V. to its cus-
Customer-Originated Change. Fokker Ser- tomer on a confidential basis to the provi-
vices B.V. will not undertake to check, test or sions of an agreement. Reproduction or
evaluate in any way the validity, complete- disclosure to third parties of this document or
ness or technical accuracy of customer-origi- any part thereof, or the use of any informa-
nated data; the customer shall have the sole tion contained therein for purposes other
and exclusive responsibilty for the validity, than explicitly allowed by the aforesaid
completeness and accuracy of such incorpo- agreement, is not permitted except with the
rated data, and also for the update in any prior written permission of Fokker Services
form of such data for whatever reason nec- B.V.
essary or desirable.

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USE OF SYMBOLS
The symbols used in the AOM are:

USED IN
SYMBOL MEANING
CHAPTER

1 Single chime in ALERTS

1 Double chime in ALERTS

1 Repetitive triple chime in ALERTS

1 Choice possibility in FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

1 On / off switch in FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

Current, information only possible in one way


1 in FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

1 Electric bonding in FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

1 Actual control or indicator in FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

3+4+5 Action depending on specified precondition

Action depending on specified sequential precondition


3+4+5 or a phase of flight

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A ARM Armed
ARPT Airport
A Automatic, AHRS ASAP As Soon As Possible
A/C Aircraft ASEL Altitude Select
A-ICE Anti-Ice ASI Airspeed Indicator
A-SKID Anti-Skid ASP Altimeter Set Panel
AAE Above Airfield Elevation ASTM American Society for Testing
ABBR Abbreviation and Materials
ABS Automatic Brake System ASR Airport Surveillance Radar
AC Alternating Current ASYM Asymmetry
ACARS Arinc Communication, Address- AT Autothrottle
ing, and Reporting System ATA Air Transport Association of
ACCEL Acceleration America
ACTV Activated ATC Air Traffic Control
ACV Active ATIS Automatic Terminal Information
ADC Air Data Computer Service
ADF Automatic Direction Finder ATS Autothrottle System
ADL Approach Decision Logic ATT Attitude
ADV Advance ATTND Attendant
AED Automated External Defibrillator AUG Augmentation
AFCAS Automatic Flight Control and AUGM Augmentation
Augmentation System AUTO Automatic
AFCS Automatic Flight Control Sys- AUX Auxiliary
tem AVAIL Available
AFCU Auxiliary Fuel Control Unit AVNCS Avionics
AFM Airplane Flight Manual AWO All Weather Operation
AFP Auxiliary Fuel Panel
AFPU Auxiliary Fuel Processing Unit B
AFSP Auxiliary Fuel Service Panel
AFT Rear Part BAL Balance
AFTI Auxiliary Fuel Total Indicator BARO Barometric
AFTS Auxiliary Fuel Tank System BAT Battery
AGL Above Ground Level BC Back Course
AHRS Attitude and Heading Refer- BCF BromoChlorodiFluoromethane
ence System (Fire extinguisher)
AIDS Aircraft Integrated Data System BEW Basic Empty Weight
AIL Aileron BFO Beat Frequency Oscillator
ALAND Autoland BITE Built In Test Equipment
AIRCOND Air Conditioning BGM Boarding Music
ALN Alignment BOC Bottom of Climb
ALT Altitude BOD Bottom of Descent
ALTM Altimeter BRG Bearing
ALTN Alternate BRK Brake
AM Amplitude Modulation BRNAV Basic Area Navigation
AMC Acceptable Means of Compli- BRT Bright(ness)
ance
AMI Alpha Margin Indicator C
AMP AFCAS Maintenance Panel
AND Aircraft Nose Down C Center, Centrigrade
ANN Annunciator CAA-NL Civil Aviation Authority of the
ANT Antenna Netherlands
ANU Aircraft Nose Up C/A Cabin Attendant
AOA Angle of Attack CAB Cabin
AOM Aircraft Operating Manual CAL Calibration
ANP Actual Navigation Performance CAPT Captain
AP Autopilot CAT Category
APP Approach CB Circuit Breaker
APPR Approach CCU Compass Control Unit
APPROX Approximately CCW Counterclockwise
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CDU Control Display Unit DIR Direct


CG Center of Gravity DISC Disconnect
CHAN Channel DISCH Discharge
CHG Change DIST Distance
CHR, DME Distance Measuring Equipment
CHRO Chronometer DN Down
CHRONO Chronometer DR Dead Reckoning
CI Cost Index DSPL Display
CLB Climb DSPY Display
CLR Clear DU Display Unit
CMD Command
CMPL Completed E
CMPTR Computer
CMT Cabin Management Terminal E East
CNCL Cancel ECON Economy
CNSTR Constraint EESS Emergency Evacuation Signal-
CO Company ling System
COLL Collector, Collision EFIS Electronic Flight Instrument
COM Communication System
COMP Compass EFOB Estimated Fuel On Board
COMPL Completed EFSU Engine Failure Sensing Unit
COMPT Compartment EGT Exhaust Gas Temperature
CONF, EL Elevator
CONFIG Configuration ELEC Electric(-al, -ity)
CONT Continuous ELT Emergency Locator Transmitter
CORR Correction ELV, ELEV Elevation
CP Control Panel EMER Emergency
CPTY Capacity EMUX Engine Multiplexer
CRS Course END Endurance
CRZ Cruise ENG Engine
CSD Constant Speed Drive ENT Enter
CSTR Constraint EO Engine Out
CTL, CTLS Control(s) EOSID Engine Out Standard Instru-
CTR Center ment Departure
cu Cubic EPR Engine Pressure Ratio
CVR Cockpit Voice Recorder EQPT Equipment
CW Clockwise, Continous Wave ESS Essential
CWT Center Wing Tank ET Elapsed Time
ETA Estimated Time of Arrival
D ETE Estimated Time En Route
EXT External
D Declutched EXTD Extended
D/D Drift Down EVAC Evacuation
DA Decision Altitude
DC Direct Current
DCP Display Control Panel
DDRMI Dual Distance Radio Magnetic
Indicator
DEC Declination
DECEL Decelerate, Deceleration
DECR Decrease
DEG, deg Degree(s)
DES Descent
DEST Destination
DET Detector
DFDAU Digital Flight Data Acquisition
Unit
DG Directional Gyro
DH Decision Height
DIFF Differential

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F G
F Fahrenheit, Flap Retraction G Gravity
Speed GA Go-around
F/A Flight Attendant GCS Ground Clutter Suppression
F/O First Officer GCU Generator Control Unit
F/S Fasten Seat belts GEN Generator, General
F-DK Flight Deck GIC-NSD GPS-IRS data Converter and
F-PLN Flight Plan Navigation Status Display
FAA Federal Aviation Administration GM Guidance Material
FAC Flight Augmentation Computer GMT Greenwich Mean Time
FAF Final Approach Fix GND Ground
FAP Flight Augmentation Panel GNSS Global Navigation Satelite Sys-
FAIL Failure/Failed tem
FAS Flight Augmentation System GPCU Ground Power Control Unit
FCC Flight Control Computer GPW Ground Proximity Warning
FCC Federal Communications Com- GPWS Ground Proximity Warning Sys-
mission tem
FD Flight Director GS Glide Slope, Ground Speed
FDE Failure Detection and Exclusion GW Gross Weight
FDR Flight Data Recorder
FF Fuel Flow H
FIG Figure
FL Flight Level H Heading
FLP Flap HAT Height Above Threshold
FLR Flare HDG Heading
FLT Flight HDLG Handling
FLX Flexible Take-Off HF High Frequency
FM Frequency Modulation HG, Hg Mercury
FMA Flight Mode Annunciation HI High
FMC Flight Management Computer HIL Horizontal Integrity Limit
FMP Flight Mode Panel HLD Hold
FMS Flight Management System HLDY Hold Year
FO First Officer HP High Pressure
FOB Fuel On Board HR, hr, h Hour
FPA Flight Path Angle HRZ Horizon
FPM Feet Per Minute HYD Hydraulic
FPT Flight Path Target HYDR Hydraulic
FPLN Flight Plan HZN Horizon
FPV Flight Path Vector Hz Hertz
FQ Fuel Quantity
FREQ Frequency I
FS Fast Slew IATA International Airline Transport
FSD Fast Slew Date or Days Association
FT, ft Feet IAS Indicated Airspeed
FUS Fuselage IASE Indicated Airspeed Elevator
FWC Flight Warning Computer controlled
FWD Forward IAST Indicated Airspeed Thrust con-
FWS Flight Warning System trolled
IC Intercom
ICAO International Civil Aviation
Organization
ICWT Integral Center Wing Tank
IDENT Identification
IDG Integrated Drive Generator
IDNT Indent
IDU Interactive Display Unit
IFR Instrument Flight Rules
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IM Inner Marker LIFTD Lift Dumpers


IMC Instrument Meteorological Con- LIM Limit
ditions LMTR Limiter
IMM Immediate LL Lower Limit
IMP Imperial LO, lo Low
IN, in Inch LOC Localizer
INB Inbound LONG Longitude
INBD Inboard LP Low Pressure
INCR Increase LSK Line Select Key
IND Indication, Indicator LT Light
INFO Information LTS Lights
INHIB Inhibit LVL Level
INIT Initial, Initialization LVLCH Level Change
INOP Inoperative LW Landing Weight
INSPEC,
INSP Inspection M
INT Interphone, Intercom
INTER, M Mach, Manual, Inner or Fan
INTPH Interphone Marker
INV Inverter MAWS Missile Approach Warning Sys-
IP Intermediate Pressure tem
IRS Inertial Reference System ME Mach Elevator controlled
ISA International Standard Atmo- MFE Maximum Flap Extention Speed
sphere MMO Max Operating Limit Mach
ISDU IRS Display Unit M, m Meter
MRA Maximum Rough Air Speed
J MT Mach Thrust Controlled
MAC Mean Aerodynamic Chord
JAR Joint Airworthiness Require- MAINT Maintenance
ments MAN Manual
MAP Missed Approach Point, Ground
K Mapping
MAX, max Maximum
KG, kg Kilogram(s) MB, mb Marker Beacon, Millibar
KHZ, kHz KiloHertz MCC Maintenance Control Computer
KPA, kPa KiloPascal MCL Master Caution Light
KT, kt Knot(s) MCT Maximum Continuous Thrust
KTS, kts Knots MDA Minimum Descent Altitude
MDU,
L MFDU Multifunction Display Unit
L Left, Low MEA Minimum En route Altitude
L, l Liter(s) MED Medium
L/L Latitude/Longitude MEL Minimum Equipment List
LAND Landing MFCP Multifunction Control Panel
LAT Lateral, Latitude MFDS Multifunction Display System
LB, lb Pounds MHZ, MHz MegaHertz
LBS, lbs Pounds MIC, mike Microphone
LCD Liquid Crystal Display MID Middle
LDG Landing MIDU Multipurpose Interactive Dis-
LED Light Emitting Diode play Unit
LEP List of Effective Pages MIN, min Minimum
LFT Left MIN, min Minute(s)
LG Landing Gear MISC Miscellaneous
LH Left-Hand

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MK Mark OUTB Outbound


MKR Marker Beacon OUTBD Outboard
MLS Microwave Landing System OVHD Overhead
MLW Maximum Landing Weight OVHT Overheat
MM Middle Marker OVLIM Overlimit
MM, mm Millimeter OVRD Override
MMEL Master Minimum Equipment OVSPD Overspeed
List OVTEMP Overtemperature
MNPS Minimum Navigation Perfor- OXY Oxygen
mance Specification
MO Month P
MRW Maximum Ramp Weight
MSA Minimum Safe Altitude P Pressure
MSG Message P/B, p/b Push Button
MSU Mode Select Unit PA Passenger Address, Public
MTOW Maximum Take-Off Weight Addres
MTP Maintenance Test Panel PAX Passenger
MTW Maximum Taxi Weight PB, pb Push Button
MU Management Unit PBD Place/Bearing/Distance
MWL Master Warning Light PD Place/Distance
MZFW Maximum Zero Fuel Weight PED Portable Electronic Devices
PF Pilot Flying
N PFD Primary Flight Display
PIT Pitch
N North, Normal PNF Pilot Not Flying
N/S No Smoking PNL Panel
N1 LP rpm POS Position
N2 HP rpm POSN Position
NA Not Applicable PPOS Present Position
NAP Noise Abatement Profile PR Pressure
NAV Navigation PR/SO Pressure Regulation/Shut-Off
ND Navigation Display (valve)
NDB Non Directional Beacon P-RAIM Prediction of Receiver Autono-
NEPR Noise Abatement EPR mous Integrity Monitoring
NM, nm Nautical Miles PRED Predictted, Prediction
NO Number PRESN Pressurization
NORM Normal PRESS Pressure(ization)
NSD Navigation Status Display PROC Procedure
NW STRG Nose-Wheel Streering PROF Profile
PROG Progress
O PROV Provision
PROX Proximity
O Final Take-off Speed PSI, psi Pound per Square Inch
OAT Outside Air Temperature PTT Push to Talk
OBSERV Observer PWR Power
OEW Operational Empty Weight
OFST Offset Q
OK Operative/Correct
OM Outer Marker Q Quantity
OP Overpressure, Operational QFE Field Elevation Atmospheric
OPER Operation Pressure
OPP Opposite QNH Sea Level Atmospheric Pres-
OPT Optium sure
QRH Quick Reference Handbook
QTY Quantity

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R SEC Secondary
SEI Standby Engine Indicator
R Radio, Remote, Reverser, Right SEL Selected, Selector
R/A Radio/AHRS SECAL Selective Calling
R/I Radio/IRS SEQ Sequence
RA Radio Altimeter, Radio Alititude SERV Service
RA Resolution Advisory SG Symbol Generator
RAIM Receiver Autonomous Integrity SID Standard Instrument Departure
Monitoring SMK Smoke
RCL Recall SMKG Smoking
RCDR Recorder SOV Shut-Off Valve
READ Reading SP Scratch Pad
REC Recorder SPBK Speedbrake
RECAS REar Cabin Air Extraction Sys- SPD Speed
tem SPKR Speaker
RED Reduction SS Slow Slew
RECIRC Recirculation SSM Slow Slew Minutes, Months
REF Reference SSB Single Sideband
REG Registration STA Station
REQD Required STAB Stabilizer, Stabilization
RET Retarded STAR Standard Terminal Arrival Route
RETR Retracted, Retraction STBY Standby
REV Reverse, Revise, Revision STD Standard
RFCF Runway Field Clearance Floor STS Status
RGT Right SEV, SER,
RH Right-Hand SVC Service
RLD Rijksluchtvaartdienst (Dutch SW Switch
Airworthiness Authorities) SYN Synchronize
RMI Radio Magnetic Indicator SYS System
RNAV Area Navigation SYST System
RNP Required Navigation Perfor-
mace T
RPM, rpm Revolution(s) Per Minute
RR Rolls Royce T Temperature, Turn
RST Reset T/C Top of Climb
RSV Reserve T/D Top of Descent
RT Radio Transmission, Radio TA Traffic Advisory
Telephone TACAN Tactical Air Navigation
RTE Route TACT Tactical
RTO Rejected Take-Off TAD Terrain Awareness Display
RUD Rudder TAS True Air Speed
RVR Runway Visual Range TAT Total Air Speed
RVSM Reduced Vertical Separation TAWS Terrain Awarness and Warning
Minima System
RVSR Reverser TBD To Be Determined
RW Runway TCAS Traffic Collision Advoidance
RWY Runway System
TCF Terrain Clearance Floor
S TEMP Temperature
TFG Transfer
S South TGT Turbine Gas Temperature
S/C Step Climb THR Thrust
S/D Step Decent TK Tank, Track
SAP Standby Annunciatot Panle TL Take-off Limit
SAT Static Air Temperature TLA Thrust Lever Angle
SBY Standby TTFF Time To First Fix
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TO Take-Off VASIS Visual Approach Slope Indica-


TOC Top of Climb tor System
TOD Top of Decent VECT Vector
TOGA Take-Off Go-Around VDEV Vertical Deviation
TOGW Take-Off Gross Weight VENT Ventilation
TOT Totalizer VERT Vertical
TPR Transponder VFR Visual Flight Rules
TPU Transceiver Processor Unit VHF Very High Frequency
TRA Thrust Reduction Altitude VIB Vibration
TRANS Transition VMC Visual Meteorological Condi-
TRFC Traffic tions
TRK Track VOR VHF Omni Directionla Range
TROPO Tropopause VOR.D VOR/DME
TRP Thrust Rating Panel VS, V/S Vertical Speed
TRU Transformer Rectifier Unit VSI Vertical Speed Indicator
TST Test VSPD Vertical Speed
TTG Time To Go
TTI Time to Impact W
TTS Time To Station
TURB Turbulence W West
WARN Warning
U WI-FI Wireless Fidelity
WNDSHR Wind Shear
UCAL Uncalibrated WNG Warning
UNL Unlimited WPT Waypoint
UNSTAB Unstable WR Weather Radar
US United States WX Weather Detection
WXR Weather Radar
V
X
V Velocity, Volt, Vibrator
V1 Take-Off Decision Speed X-FEED Crossfeed
V2 Take-Off Safety Speed X-TIE Crosstie
VA Maximum Design Manoevring XFR, XFER Transfer
Speed XTK Crosstrack
VAPP Approach Speed XPDR Transponder
VFE Max Flap Extended Speed
VFR Flap Retraction Speed Y
VFTO Final Take-Off Climb Speed
(Green-Dot Speed) YD Yaw Damper
VLE Max Landing Gear Extended
Speed X
VLO Max Landing Gear Operating ZFW Zero Fuel Weight
Speed
VMA Min Allowable Speed
VMC Minimum Control Speed
VMO Maximum Operating Limit
Speed
VR Roation Speed
VRA Rough Air Speed
VREF Landing reference Speed
VS Stall Speed
VSEL Selected Speed
VSS Stick Shaker Speed
V/L VOR, Localizer

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1.01 Aircraft Configuration

1.02 Aircraft General

1.03 Communication Systems

1.04 Oxygen

1.05 Flight Warning System

1.06 Fuel System

1.07 Auxiliary Power Unit

1.08 Power Plant

1.09 Fire Protection

1.10 Electrical System

1.11 Air

1.12 Ice and Rain Protection

1.13 Hydraulic System

1.14 Landing Gear

1.15 Flight Controls

1.16 Flight I Navigation Data Systems

1.17 Flight I Navigation Instruments

1.18 Flight Management System

1.19 AFCAS

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1.01.01 Configuration List


- Introduction
- Aircraft General
- Communication Systems
- Oxygen
- Flight Warning System
- Fuel System
- Auxiliary Power Unit
- Power Plant
- Fire Protection
- Electrical System
- Air
- Ice and Rain Protection
- Hydraulic System
- Landing Gear
- Flight Controls
- Flight / Navigation Data Systems
- Flight / Navigation Instruments
- Flight Management System
- AFCAS

1.01.02 Flight Deck & Cabin Layout


- Flight Deck Ceiling, Overhead Panel
- Glareshield, Main Instrument Panel
- Pedestal, Side Panels, Control Columns
- Flight Deck Back Wall
- Cabin Layout
- Emergency Equipment Location

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INTRODUCTION
The configuration of Fokker 70 and Fokker 100 aircraft is dependent on the applied standard sys-
tems and components, and on customer requirements.
The 'System Descriptions' in sections 1.02 thru 1.19 present more than one aircraft configuration.
Systems and components (described in these sections) which are installed as a result of customer
requirements and/or system modifications (updates) are marked by an asterisk ( * ), by 'optional'
or by 'if installed'.
Section 1.01 lists the applicable configuration items and presents the applicable flight deck and
cabin layout for:

Aircraft Type : FOKKER 70


Aircraft Serial Number(s) : 11536, 11539, 11540, 11541, 11543, 11551, 11561, 11562, 11563,
11566, 11567, 11576, 11579, 11581, 11582.
Operator : KLM CITYHOPPER
NOTE: Reference to section 1.01 can also be made when configuration questions arise from
chapter 2 and up.
The configuration of the aircraft in the above mentioned fleet differs on some configuration items.
These items are coded A, B etc. This list below specifies to which aircraft a code is applicable.

Code A : 11562, 11566, 11567.


Code B : 11576, 11582.
Code C : 11579, 11581.
Code E : 11536, 11561.
Code G : 11539.
Code H : 11551.
Code J : 11563.
Code K : 11540, 11541, 11543.

1.02 AIRCRAFT GENERAL


Flight Deck General
ON position of toggle switches on overhead panel . . . . to top of panel
Cabin General
Music reproducer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installed
Individual video audio system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
Doors
Aft service door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
Passenger door. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . with integral stair
PAX door indication panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
Pax door override switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installed
Air bridge adapter platform . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installed
K Viewing device in fwd service door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
ABCEGHJ Viewing device in fwd service door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installed
ABCEGHJ Life lines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installed
K Life lines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
Cargo doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . large
ABCGHJK Cargo door viewing ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
E Cargo door viewing ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installed
Avionics compartment hatch f-dk indication . . . . . . . . . available
Fwd equipment bay hatch f-dk indication . . . . . . . . . . . not available
Door selector position indication of service door. . . . . . not available
Door selector position indication of passenger door . . . not available
Handgrip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not available
Video Surveillance System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . available

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Lights
Strobe lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installed
Logo lights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installed
ABCEGHJ NAV/LOGO lights control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . selector
K NAV/LOGO lights control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . switch
Location dome light panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . overhead panel
Annunciator lights automatic dimming after 15 minutes not installed
Location side panel light selector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . side console

1.03 COMMUNICATION
Communication
ABCE Number of VHF COM systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . three
GHJK Number of VHF COM systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . two
K VHF COM(M) panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 2
ABCEGHJ VHF COM(M) panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 3
Number of HF COM systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . none
UHF COM system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
Audio panel for observer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installed
Location audio control panels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pedestal
ABCEG CVR recording time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 minutes
HJK CVR recording time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 minutes
ABCHJK CVR panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 2
EG CVR panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 1
Location CVR panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . overhead panel
Extended VHF freq range (25 kHz channel spacing) . . not available
VHF freq range (8.33 kHz channel spacing) . . . . . . . . . available
SATCOM system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
ABCE SELCAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VHF1+2+3
J SELCAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VHF1+2
GHK SELCAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
DME monitoring paired with . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VOR
Mid attendant station facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
Music reproducer in cabin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installed
Location hand-mike connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . side console
Pilot call alert inhibition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A
Video surveillance System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 2
ACARS
ACARS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
Emergency Communication
GH Fixed ELT system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
ABCEJK Fixed ELT system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installed
GH ELT transmits on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not applicable
ABCE ELT transmits on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121.5 and 243 MHz
JK ELT transmits on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121.5, 243 and
406 MHz
GH ELT panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not applicable
E ELT panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 1
ABC ELT panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 2
JK ELT panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 3
ABCEGH Portable ELT system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 3
JK Portable ELT system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 4

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1.04 OXYGEN
Fixed Oxygen Systems
ABCE Oxygen mask and container . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 2
GHJK Oxygen mask and container . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 1
ABCK Oxygen units above the triple seats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . three masks
EGHIJ Oxygen units above the triple seats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . four masks
Loose Equipment
Portable oxygen bottle and full face mask at flight deck . . not installed
ABCEGHJ Smoke hood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 2
K Smoke hood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 3
ABCEGHJ Cabin portable oxygen bottle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 1
K Cabin portable oxygen bottle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 2
Number of constant flow oxygen masks per bottle . . . . . . one

1.05 FLIGHT WARNING SYSTEM


Flight Warning System
LG-not-down alert can be cancelled if flaps < 23 deg . . . . yes
Annunciator lights automatic dimming after 15 minutes . . not installed
Display of APU parameters at secondary MFDS page . . . available
Display of weather radar info at secondary MFDS page. . not available
'C'-chord altitude entry aural alert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . available
GHK Interrupted buzzer aural alert (SELCAL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not available
ABCEJ Interrupted buzzer aural alert (SELCAL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . available
ABCEGHK SMK FWD/AFT CARGO alert lights at SAP . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
J SMK FWD/AFT CARGO alert lights at SAP . . . . . . . . . . . installed

FUEL SYSTEM
Fuel System
ABCE Center tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installed
GHJK Center tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
Fuel quantity indication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . kilograms
ABCE Center tank p/b indication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LO P / ON
GHJK Center tank p/b indication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not applicable
ABCE Magnetic fuel-level indications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . kilograms
GHJK Magnetic fuel-level indications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . centimeters
Fuel balance transfer system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
Auxiliary fuel system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed

1.07 AUXILIARY POWER UNIT


APU
Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RR
EGT display at right lower overhead panel . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
APU page on MFDU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . available

1.08 POWER PLANT


General
Engine type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rolls Royce Tay 620-15
Starting and Ignition
Batteries can be used for starting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . yes
Ignition system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . automatic

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Engine Indications
Fuel flow indication at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MFDS primary page
Fuel unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . kilograms
Oil quantity numerals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . liters

1.09 FIRE PROTECTION


APU
Warning horn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installed
APU fire alert inhibition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A
Toilet and Cargo Compartments
Cargo smoke detection & fire extinguishing system . . . . . not installed
Cargo smoke alert inhibition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not applicable
Loose Equipment
ABCEGHJ Portable fire extinguishers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Halon, type 1
K Portable fire extinguishers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Halon, type 2

1.10 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM


General
Total loss of emergency power may occur after . . . . . . . . 30 minutes
AC Power
Avionics transfer bus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
Automatic AC cross tie inhibit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not applicable
Avionics transfer bus fault alert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not applicable
IDG overheat alert inhibition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C
DC Power
Batteries switch off and flight control lock off alert . . . . . . available

1.11 AIR
Air Conditioning
Air conditioning system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-wheel system
Cabin recirculation fans. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
Rear cabin air extraction system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
Pressurization
ABCEGHK Pressurization controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . single channel
J Pressurization controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dual channel
ABCEGHK Single channel fault of dual channel controller alert . . . . . not applicable
J Single channel fault of dual channel controller alert . . . . . available

1.12 ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION


Engine, Wing and Tail Anti-Icing
On ground wing leading edge heating system . . . . . . . . . installed
Rain Protection
Rain repellent system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed

1.13 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM


Hydraulic System
System 1 accumulator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
Shutoff valve in the tank air pressure connection line . . . . not installed

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1.14 LANDING GEAR


Landing Gear Operation
LG-not-down (level 3) alert cancellation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . standard
Nose-wheel Steering
ABCEGH First officer's steering tiller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installed
JK First officer's steering tiller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
Brake Control System
Automatic Brake System (ABS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
Brake temperature indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installed
Taxi brake select system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installed
ABS fault alert inhibition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not applicable

1.15 FLIGHT CONTROLS


Primary Flight Controls
Number of horizontal stabilizer actuators . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Flaps
Flap asymmetry alert inhibition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B
Flap disagreement alert inhibition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C
Stall Prevention System
Stick pusher system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . hydraulic
Stick pusher operation inhibited during windshear . . . . . . no
Stick pusher alert message at MFDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . cancelled upon manual
disconnect

1.16 FLIGHT / NAVIGATION DATA SYSTEMS


Air Data System
Altimeter reference display in . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . mb
Attitude and Heading System
Inertial Reference System (IRS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installed
Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS). . . . . . . not installed
ABCEGH System configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dual system
JK System configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . triple system
Location IRS MSU(s). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . overhead panel
Weather Radar
System configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . single mode system
type 1
WXR page p/b at MFDS panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
WXR system is OFF when . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . both EFIS WX control
knobs are OFF
VOR/DME/MB/ILS
ILS system configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dual system
ILS back course approach mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not available
Automatic Direction Finder
System configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dual system
Number and type of ADF panels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . two single ADF panels

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.01.01
AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION PAGE 6
CONFIGURATION LIST VERSION 18
ISSUE 014

ATC Transponder / TCAS


System configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dual mode S and TCAS
Transponder panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 10
TCAS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installed
ABV/N/BLW selector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installed
Radio Altimeter
System configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dual system
Flight Data Recording
Aircraft Conditioning Monitoring System (ACMS) . . . . . . . not installed

1.17 FLIGHT NAVIGATION INSTRUMENTS


EFIS
Airspeed and RA compare alerts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not available
PFD transfer only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . no
Source select lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ALTN white
EFIS control panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . with TCAS controls
FD command display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . cross bars
Secondary Instruments
ABCE Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 2
GHJK Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 1
ABEGHJK Metric altimeter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not installed
C Metric altimeter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installed
Standby Instruments
Combined standby altimeter and airspeed indicator . . . . . not installed
Standby airspeed indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 2
Standby altimeter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 2
ABCEGHK Standby horizon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 1
J Standby horizon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . type 2

1.18 FLIGHT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM


System configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VNAV+LNAV
Airline option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . airline option 1
Take-off profile. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IATA
Fuel and weight related data displayed in . . . . . . . . . . . . . kilograms
Runway length displayed in. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . meters
DLINK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not available
Windshear detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not available

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.01.01
AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION PAGE 7
CONFIGURATION LIST VERSION 18
ISSUE 006

1.19 AFCAS
General
Number of FCC's . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . two
AFCAS system fault detected alert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . available
AFCAS system fault detected alert inhibition. . . . . . . . . . . . . alert inhibited during
cruise
Automatic Flight Control System
Reduced autoland capability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not possible
Profile mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . available
LAND 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not available
Autoland 3 not allowed alert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not available
AGH V1 selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not available
BCDEFJK V1 selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . available
AGH APP (LAND) p/b legend. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LAND
BCDEFJK APP (LAND) p/b legend. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . APP
Flight Envelope Protection
'C'-chord altitude entry aural alert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . available during manual
and automatic flight
Flight Mode Annunciation
AP disconnect indicated by . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AP flashing amber
Windshear Detection and Recovery
Windshear detection and recovery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not available
Steep Approach
Steep approach capability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . not available

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.01.01
AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION PAGE 8
CONFIGURATION LIST VERSION 18
ISSUE 006

INTENTIONALLY
LEFT
BLANK

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1.01.02
SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS
PAGE 1
AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION
VERSION 04
FLIGHT DECK & CABIN LAYOUT ISSUE 001

FLIGHT DECK CEILING, OVERHEAD PANEL

_.--_.- -'-'-

,-'

,.
,. 2. 20

G 27
32 ()
~ ::#
21
15
21 3.
22 29
3.
23

11

Sunvlsor 18 Test panel


2 Jack panel 19 Emergency locator transmitter panel
3 Headset clip 20 Engine fire panel
4 Escape rope 21 Electric panel
5 Ule vest 22 Anti-icing panel
6 Reading light 23 Exterior lights panel
7 Loudspeaker 24 Dome light panel
8 Handgrlp 25 Mode Select Unit (MSU)
9 Cockpit voice recorder microphone 26 Pax oxygen panel
10 Standby compass light switch 27 Fuel panel
11 Standby compass 28 Engine panel
12 Dome light 29 Ram air panel
13 Avionics panel 30 Pressurization controls and ind icators
14 Flight augmentation panel 31 APU fire panel
15 Hydraulic panel 32 Air conditioning panel
16 Left lower overhead panel 33 Probe heat and window heat panel
(rain protection, communication) 34 Right lower overhead panel
17 Cockpit voice recorder panel (rain protection, emergency lights, APU)

JOHP·004

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AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION PAGE 2
FLIGHT DECK & CABIN LAYOUT VERSION 04
ISSUE 001

INTENTIONALLY
LEFT
BLANK

AOM FOKKER 70 / AOM FOKKER 100


SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.01.02
AURCRAFT CONFIGURATION PAGE 3
FLIGHT DECK & CABIN LAYOUT VERSION 04
ISSUE 004

GLARESHIELD, MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL

2 1 26 1 2
4 3 4
3

16 27 16
5 7 15 25 5 7
28 32 20 21 28 32
6 6
8 11 8
13 14
12
24
31 17
22 22 31
9 12 23 9
10 18 30 10
30
11 19 19
29 29

1 EFIS control panel 16 Aircraft registration placard


2 Master Warning Light (MWL) 17 Fuel quantity totalizer
3 Master Caution Light (MCL) 18 Aternate brake system pressure indicator
4 Autoland caution light 19 Brake temperature indicator
5 Speed brake light 20 Standby Engine Indicator (SEI)
6 Primary Flight Display (PFD) 21 Standby Annunciator Panel (SAP)
7 GPWS/TAWS controls 22 Multi Function Display Unit (MFDU)
8 Clock 23 Landing gear position lights
9 Navigation Display (ND) 24 Landing gear selector lock override button
10 Source select panel 25 Landing gear selector
11 Speed limitations placard 26 Flight Mode Panel (FMP)
12 Radio Magnetic Indicator (RMI) 27 Steep approach p/b *
13 Standby airspeed indicator 28 F-DK door light
14 Standby altimeter 29 TAWS placard
15 Standby horizon 30 Glide Slope warning inhibit light
31 GIS-NSD
32 FMS source select p/b
* IF INSTALLED

JMIP-004/D

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.01.02
AURCRAFT CONFIGURATION PAGE 4
FLIGHT DECK & CABIN LAYOUT VERSION 04
ISSUE 004

INTENTIONALLY
LEFT
BLANK

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.01.02
AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION PAGE 5
FLIGHT DECK & CABIN LAY-OUT VERSION 27
ISSUE 001

PEDESTAL, SIDE PANELS, CONTROL COLUMNS

1 1
2 2
3 3
4 50 50 4
66
5 54 5
21 23 25 25 23 21
51 61 51
7 6 9 6 7
22 24 49 24 22 9
48
8 47 10
10 52 52
12 45 12
2 2
11 39 53 11
40 63 43 46
64 44
41 42 42
13 55 55 13
58
65
14 59 14
15 56 56 15
60
16 57 57 16

17 38 17
26

35 36 27
37 19
18

62 20
29 32
2 33
30 31 34
28

1 Pencilholder 26 Fire extinguisher 46 TOGA triggers


2 Air outlet 27 Observer smoke goggles 47 Flap controls
3 Handmike 28 Observer seat 48 Reverse thrust levers
4 Jack panel 29 Observer seat in stowed 49 Speed brake lever
5 Smoke goggles position 50 Altimeter set panel
6 Oxygen mask 30 Observer station (audio, 51 FMS Contol Display
7 Side panel lights panel oxygen, maintenance panels) Unit (CDU)
8 Steering tiller 31 Circuit breaker panels 52 Audio panel
9 Stowage for checklist 32 Smoke hood 53 Inertial System Display
10 Stowage for checklists 33 Locking pins and pitot covers Unit (ISDU)
11 Stowage for manuals 34 Axe 54 Flight deck lights panel
12 Flashlight 35 Flight control lock lever 55 VHF COM panel
13 Ashtray 36 Alternate landing gear 56 ADF panel
14 Cup holders selector 57 VOR/DME panel
15 Stowage for flight kit 37 Aileron trim wheel 58 Thrust Rating Panel (TRP)
16 Floor ventilation lever 38 Rudder trim wheel and MFDS control panel
17 Waste bin 39 Parking brake handle 59 Transponder panel
18 Spare bulbs 40 Stabilizer position indicator 60 Weather radar panel
19 Libary 41 Take–off configuration 61 ILS panel
20 Flight deck oxygen bottle test button 62 Flash light
21 AP disconnect button 42 Fuel lever 63 F–DK door lock p/b
22 Stabilizer trim switch 43 Lift dumper arming p/b 64 EMER F-DK p/b
23 IC/RT selector 44 Stickpusher disconnect handle 65 Video surveillance system control
24 Chart holder 45 Stabilizer trim controls panel.
25 Chronometer button 66 Video surveillance system
display unit.

JPED–100

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.01.02
AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION PAGE 6
FLIGHT DECK & CABIN LAY-OUT VERSION 27
ISSUE 001

INTENTIONALLY
LEFT
BLANK

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.01.02
AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION PAGE 7
FLIGHT DECK & CABIN LAYOUT VERSION 12
ISSUE 005

FLIGHT DECK BACK WALL


AIRCRAFT SERIAL NUMBERS WITH CODE A, B, C, E, I, J AND K

15
7

5 5
5

14

9 13
11
4

3
10
12

1 Flight deck oxygen bottle 9 Circuit breaker panel 2


2 Smoke hood 10 Circuit breaker panel 3
3 Locking pins and pitot covers 11 Observer seat
4 Axe 12 Observer seat in stowed position
5 Coat hanger 13 Cup holder
6 Air outlet 14 Ashtray
7 Emergency circuit breaker panel 15 Headset clip
8 Circuit breaker panel 1

JFBW–015/D

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.01.02
AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION PAGE 8
FLIGHT DECK & CABIN LAYOUT VERSION 12
ISSUE 005

FLIGHT DECK BACK WALL


AIRCRAFT SERIAL NUMBERS WITH CODE G AND H

15
16 7

5 5
5

14

9 13
11
4

3
10
12

1 Flight deck oxygen bottle 9 Circuit breaker panel 2


2 Smoke hood 10 Circuit breaker panel 3
3 Locking pins and pitot covers 11 Observer seat
4 Axe 12 Observer seat in stowed position
5 Coat hanger 13 Cup holder
6 Air outlet 14 Ashtray
7 Emergency circuit breaker panel 15 Headset clip
8 Circuit breaker panel 1 16 General purpose holder

JFBW-016/A

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.01.02
AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION PAGE 9
FLIGHT DECK & CABIN LAYOUT VERSION 32
ISSUE 001

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.01.02
AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION PAGE 10
FLIGHT DECK & CABIN LAYOUT VERSION 32
ISSUE 001

EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT LOCATION

FOLDABLE
WHEELCHAIR
KEY
OXYGEN
MASK

PORTABLE
OXYGEN
BOTTLE
DEMO
IN STAIR PACK
KEY O2 TOOL

LIFE VEST (2X)

INFANT
LIFE VEST

AXE IN LUGGAGE BIN

MEGAPHONE

UNDER
ESCAPE ROPE EACH
PAX SEAT

SMOKE HOOD

FLASHLIGHT (3X)

(2X)
SMOKE
GOGGLES DEMO
PACK

HALON FIRE
EXTINGUISHER

(8X) (6X) (2X)


SPARE IN LUGGAGE BIN
SEAT BELT
(2X) (2X)

EXTENSION
SEAT BELT

DEMO KEY
DEMO
PACK EQUIPMENT
PACK (2X) (2X) (2X)

JEQP–145

------------------------------------------------------- AOM FOKKER 70 / AOM FOKKER 100 -------------------------------------------------------




   


 
  
 

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1 "(*'#".'#
1 '$*''&#
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1 *-*%*'/*7*.#"$".'
1 .'$%.).)2('&'4*4&)#
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1 6"$/!*#
1 )"+!$*/9"+!$"'+
1 *'$")&$".'&'4>*&$"'+
1 ;"'4.6#
1 )"+!$*/9..%
1 $.6&+*
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1 *'*%&)
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" &1-/0
1 *'*%&)
1 8$*%".%"+!$"'+
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1 .(*"+!$&'*)
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1.02.01
SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 1
AIRCRAFT GENERAL
VERSION 01
AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS ISSUE 001

DIMENSIONS FOKKER 70

1...~1--------30.91 m (101.4ttl----------.~1

===::::;~~$?
1
10.04 m

3.30m
(10.8 ttl
T
t
8.49m

,......_~-------....l;:~-------__:--
__- - - - - - - 2 7 . 8 8 m ( 9 1 . 5 t t ) I - - - - - - -__
T

I~ 5.04 m .1
(16.5 ttl

JACH·OOl

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1.02.01
SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS
PAGE 2
AIRCRAFT GENERAL
VERSION 01
AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS ISSUE 001

DIMENSIONS FOKKER 100

1..... ~1
- - - - - - - - - - - ' 3 5 . 5 3 m ( 1 1 6 . 6 f 1 ) - - - - - - - - - - - - i..

?
~
+ 1
10.04 m
(32.9 fI)

+
3.30 m
(10.8 fI)
j

-t 8.49m

____~____________________~____________________~---(nl~
I
1......f----14.01 m (46.0 fI)'--~

I ~
1 - - - - - - - - - - 3 2 . 5 0 m ( 1 0 6 . 6 f 1 ) , - - - - - - - - - - I...
1. . . . . .

5.04 m
(16.5 fI)
JACH-002

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1.02.01
SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 3
AIRCRAFr GENERAL
VERSION 01
AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS ISSUE 004

ANTENNAS FOKKER 70

ATC2* TCAS 1 * SATCOM* VHF COM 3*

RADIO ALTIMETER 3 *

VOR 1 &2

LOCALIZER 2 LOCALIZER 1

WEATHER RADAR

NOTE: When TCAS Is not Installed*, only the ATC 1 and ATC 2* antenna(s)
on the bottom of the fuselage are Installed.

JACH·003/C

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.02.01
PAGE 4
AIRCRAFT GENERAL
VERSION 01
AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS ISSUE 004

ANTENNAS FOKKER 100

MARKER BEACON

VOR 1 &2

LOCALIZER 2 LOCALIZER 1

WEATHER RADAR

NOTE: When TeAS Is not Installed*, only the ATe 1 and ATe 2* antenna(s)
on the bottom of the fuselage are provided.

JACH·004IA

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.02.01
PAGE 5
AIRCRAFT GENERAL
VERSION 01
AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS ISSUE 002

TURNING RADIUS
STEERING ANGLE: 76°

W= MINIMUM PAVEMENl WIDTH


FOR 180' TURN

FOKKER70 FOKKER100

R1 = 0.95 m ( 3.1 ftl 1.76 m ( 5.8 ftl


R2 = 5.99 m (19.7 ftl 6.80 m (22.3 ftl
R3 = 12.13 m (39.8 ftl 14.64 m ftl
(48.0
R4 = 15.68 m (51.4 ftl 18.27 m ftl
(59.9
R5 = 17.69 m (58.1 ftl 18.32 m (60.1 ftl
R6 = 17.78 m (58.3 ftl 20.06 m (65.8 ftl
W = 18.87 m (61.9 ftl 22.20 m (72.8 ftl

JACH'005

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1.02.01
SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS
PAGE 6
AIRCRAFT GENERAL
VERSION 01
AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS ISSUE 002

SERVICE POINTS FOKKER 70

15

1 EXTERNAL POWER • LOCATED ON UPPER SIDE


2 AIR CONDITIONING CONNECTION o LOCATED ON LOWER SIDE
3 FUEL PANEL
4 ELECTRICAL BONDING POINT
5 PRESSURE REFUELING POINT
6 COMMUNICATION CONNECTION
7 HANDLAMP CONNECTION
8 OVERWING REFUELING POINT
9 IDG OIL QUANTITY
10 ENGINE OIL QUANTITY
11 HYDRAULIC SERVICING PANEL
12 HP AIR CONNECTION
13 REAR FUSELAGE LIGHT SWITCH
14 APU CONTROL PANEL
15 APU OIL QUANTITY
16 TOILET SERVICING POINT
17 HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATOR
18 WATER SERVICING POINT
19 AVIONICS COMPARTMENT HATCH

D1 PASSENGER DOOR
D2 SERVICE DOOR

C CARGO DOOR

JACH·006/A

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1.02.01
SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 7
AIRCRAFT GENERAL
VERSION 01
AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS ISSUE 001

SERVICE POINTS FOKKER 100

1 EXTERNAL POWER • LOCATED ON UPPER SIDE


2 AIR CONDITIONING CONNECTION o LOCATED ON LOWER SIDE
3 FUEL PANEL
4 ELECTRICAL BONDING POINT
5 PRESSURE REFUELING POINT
6 COMMUNICATION CONNECTION
7 HANDLAMP CONNECTION
8 OVERWING REFUELING POINT
9 IDG OIL QUANTITY
10 ENGINE OIL QUANTITY
11 HYDRAULIC SERVICING PANEL
12 HP AIR CONNECTION
13 REAR FUSELAGE LIGHT SWITCH
14 APU CONTROL PANEL
15 APU OIL QUANTITY
16 TOILET SERVICING POINT
17 HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATOR
18 WATER SERVICING POINT
19 AVIONICS COMPARTMENT HATCHES

D1 PASSENGER DOOR
D2 SERVICE DOOR

C CARGO DOOR

JACH-007

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 8
AIRCRAFT GENERAL
VERSION 01
AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS ISSUE 001

EXTERNAL POWER PANEL


LOCATION: RH FORWARD SIDE OF FUSELAGE

AC POWER RECEPTACLE INDICATOR LIGHTS

PILOT CALL BUTTON

TOWING SWITCH SERVICE INTERPHONE JACK FLIGHT INTERPHONE JACK

JACH-OOB

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTONS 1.02.02
AIRCRAFT GENERAL PAGE 1
FLIGHT DECK GENERAL VERSION 02
ISSUE 002

SEATS - The glareshield, located directly above


the main instrument panel. It contains
The flight deck is arranged for two-pilot oper- EFIS and AFCAS control panels, the
ation. The pilot seats are adjustable horizon- master warning and caution lights and
tally and vertically. Thigh support, lumbar the autoland caution lights.
support, recline position and armrests are - The overhead panel. This panel contains
individually adjustable. To facilitate entry, it is control and monitor panels for aircraft
possible to fold the armrests upwards, and systems. A standby compass is installed
when the seats are in the fully aft position, to at the lower end. Loudspeakers and jack
move them in an outboard direction. Each panels are installed in the flight deck ceil-
seat is provided with a five-point harness. An ing next to the overhead panel.
observer seat, equipped with a shoulder har- - The pedestal. The pedestal contains
ness and a lap belt, is stowed against the aft mainly controls for engine thrust, flap
wall behind the captain's seat. position, trim setting, speed brake, park-
ing brake, lift dumper, stick pusher, flight
REFERENCE EYE POSITION control lock and alternate landing gear
A horizontal line at each pilot's instrument operation. Also, control panels are
panel is an aid for the adjustment of the pilot installed for the Flight Management Sys-
seats. For an optimum combination of out- tem (FMS), the Multifunction Display Sys-
side visibility and instrument scan, the line tem (MFDS), the audio and
should be seen just below the glareshield. communication systems, the navigation
systems, the flight deck lights and thrust
CONTROL COLUMN AND PEDALS rating.
- The side panels.
Each control wheel incorporates a micro- The layout of the above mentioned panels is
phone switch (RT/IC), an AP disconnect but- illustrated in section Aircraft Configuration.
ton, a chronometer button, and a stabilizer
Panels for use by the maintenance crew are:
trim switch. A chart holder is installed on
- The Maintenance Test Panel (MTP) or
each control wheel. Stick shakers and a stick
Central Fault Display Unit (CFDU),
pusher are coupled to the control columns.
located at the LH side of the flight deck
Adjustable pedals provide for brake, rudder,
entrance.
and limited nose-wheel-steering operation.
- The AFCAS maintenance panel, located
Footrests, springloaded to the up position,
at the LH side of the flight deck entrance.
are folded away below the main instrument
- The circuit breaker panels, located
panel.
behind the first officer's seat. See section
Electrical System.
CONTROL AND INSTRUMENT PANELS
Controls that are part of operational proce- DISPLAY UNITS
dures are within direct reach of either pilot;
Six display units are installed at the main
instruments and annunciators are within con-
instrument panel: two Primary Flight Displays
venient vision of both pilots. Controls and
(PFD), two Navigation Displays (ND) and two
indicators for use by the pilots can be found
Multifunction Display Units (MFDU).
on the following panels:
The captain's and the first officer's panel
- The main instrument panel. This panel,
each contain a PFD and a ND, one above
tilted for better readability, is divided into
the other, which display flight and navigation
a captain's, a first officer's and a center
information in colour. They are described as
panel.
part of EFIS in section Flight / Navigation
The captain's and first officer's panel both
Instruments.
contain identical primary flight instru-
The center panel contains the two MFDU's,
ments, secondary flight instruments and
which are installed next to each other. The
navigation instruments. Additionally, the
MFDU's present engine parameters, alerts,
captain's panel contains the standby flight
procedures and messages in colour. They
instruments; the first officer's panel con-
are described as part of the MFDS in the
tains the fuel totalizer and indicators of
sections Flight Warning System and Power
the brake system.
Plant. The brightness level of each screen
The center panel contains engine indica-
can be controlled from the relevant control
tion and flight warning system displays,
panel.
as well as the landing gear controls and
indicators.

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTONS 1.02.02
AIRCRAFT GENERAL PAGE 2
FLIGHT DECK GENERAL VERSION 02
ISSUE 002

One display unit is installed in de pedestal or FLIGHT DECK LIGHTING


on the back wall for the Video Surveillance
System (VSS) *. It is described as part of All flight deck lights are described in subsec-
Video Suirveillance System in section Com- tion Lights.
munication Systems.
VENTILATION AND HEATING
ANNUNCIATOR LIGHTS Conditioned air is routed to adjustable outlets
Annunciator lights are located at the over- on the side panels and on the floor. Fixed
head panel, the glareshield, the main instru- outlets are provided at the rear of the pedes-
ment panel and the pedestal. They can be tal.
dimmed. The general concept is that during
routine operation all annunciator lights are WINDOWS
out (blank). Red and amber coloured lights The flight deck is provided with two front win-
are used for alerts only. Correct operation of dows, two sliding windows and two side win-
annunciator lights can be checked by the dows. Both front and sliding windows can be
pilots. See section Flight Warning System electrically heated. When the aircraft is not
and subsection Lights. pressurized, the sliding windows can be
opened by pulling the handles rearwards.
SWITCHES The sliding windows serve as emergency
Lighted push buttons are installed primarily exits for the pilots. An escape rope is stowed
at the overhead panel. In addition to the in the ceiling above the sliding windows. Two
switch function, most push buttons annunci- adjustable sunvisors are provided.
ate system status in accordance with the
general annunciator concept. If an amber FLIGHT DECK DOOR
light comes on (FAULT), the push button The flight deck door is described under sub-
must be depressed for corrective action. If a section Doors.
push button is not correctly set or is operated
due to a normal or abnormal procedure, a STOWAGE
white (OFF, MAN, ALTN, ON), or blue (ON)
light comes on. Exceptions are described in Each side console has space for a flight kit,
the relevant sections. Some push buttons crew baggage, quick reference handbooks
are equipped with a transparant guard to pre- and operating manuals. A cup holder, ash-
vent inadvertent operation. Some guards are tray, waste bin, pencil holder, and tissue
sealed. holder are installed. Spare bulbs are stored
Toggle switches are selected ON when at the rear of the captain's side panel.
swept to the top of the relevant panel.
Optionally, the toggle switches at the over- EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT
head panel are selected ON when swept to
the bottom of the relevant panel. Some tog- For the location of emergency equipment in
gle switches are equipped with a guard or the cabin see section Aircraft Configuration.
lock to prevent inadvertent operation. Rotary See sections Oxygen and Fire Protection for
selectors are used when three or more a description of the relevant emergency
detented positions are required. The selector equipment.
knob serves as a pointer on a scale. Nor-
mally the knob is in the upright position.
Some selectors are of the pull-and-rotate
type.

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTION PAGE 3
AIRCRAFT GENERAL
VERSION 01
FLIGHT DECK GENERAL ISSUE 001

PILOT SEAT

OUTBOARD SIDE CAPTAIN'S SEAT

ADJUSTABLE AND
FOLDING ARMRESTS

IN/OUT

ENERTIA
HORIZONTAL ADJUSTMENT
REEL LOCK

INBOARD SIDE CAPTAIN'S SEAT


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VERSION 01
FLIGHT DECK GENERAL ISSUE 001

OBSERVER SEAT

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTION PAGE 5
AIRCRAFT GENERAL
VERSION 01
FLIGHT DECK GENERAL ISSUE 001

SLIDING WINDOW

HANDLE TO OPEN AND


CLOSE THE SLIDING WINDOW

MARKINGS IN LINE WHEN SLIDING


WINDOW IS CLOSED AND LOCKED

ESCAPE ROPE

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FLIGHT DECK GENERAL VERSION 01
ISSUE 001

INTENTIONALLY
LEFT
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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.02.03
AIRCRAFT GENERAL PAGE 1
CABIN GENERAL VERSION 01
ISSUE 002

CABIN LAYOUT ward attendant station is provided with con-


trols for all cabin lights, for the toilet smoke
For the location of passenger seats, atten- detection system and for the music
dant seats, attendant stations, toilet compart- reproducer * . The switch for manual opera-
ment(s), galley(s), stowage units and/or tion of the emergency lights is guarded; see
wardrobes see the illustration of the cabin subsection Lights.
layout in section Aircraft Configuration. The For all communication facilities also see sec-
cabin is provided with passenger and service tion Communication Systems.
doors and with escape hatches; see subsec-
tion Doors. Handsets
Passenger Compartment The handsets can be used for interphone
with the flight deck or with the other atten-
The cabin provides passenger accommoda- dant stations. Interphone can be initiated
tion in a single aisle configuration. Stowage from the flight deck or from any attendant's
bins for hand baggage are installed above station. A call is accompanied by a dedicated
the seats. Service panels and loudspeakers chime and indicated by an area call light and
are located at the lower side of the stowage a light at the handset hanger. Interphone can
bins. The service panels comprise reading be interrupted by depressing the adjacent
lights, adjustable air outlets, an attendant call reset button or by returning the handset to
button and no-smoking and fasten-seat-belts the hanger.
signs.
Hand Microphones
Toilet Compartment
The hand microphones, located next to the
A toilet compartment is equipped with an handsets, can be used for passenger
electrically operated flush-type toilet, a wash address (PA). The microphone is provided
basin, a mirror, an electric razor power with a press-to-talk (PTT) button. When the
socket, a service unit, a return-to-cabin sign PTT switch of any microphone is depressed,
and a loudspeaker. A smoke detector is or when PA is selected at either audio panel
installed in the ceiling. If smoke is detected, at the flight deck, lights at the handset
an aural warning and a visual alert are pre- hanger indicate that the passenger address
sented at the flight deck; see section Fire system is in use. PA selection at the flight
Protection. A fireproof waste bin, equipped deck will override announcements from the
with a built-in heat-activated fire extinguisher, cabin.
is also installed.
The toilet equipment consists of a bowl, a Music Reproducer *
collector tank, flushing liquid and a flush A pre-recorded announcement and music
switch. The toilet flushing liquid is recircu- reproducer is installed at the forward atten-
lated. Potable water is provided by the water dant's station. The control panel provides
system. The water tank is pressurized with control of boarding music and pre-recorded
bleed air. Used water from the wash basin is announcements. An emergency message is
drained overboard. automatically presented in the event of loss
For service panels see subsection Airplane of cabin pressure or if the passenger oxygen
Characteristics. system is manually activated. PA announce-
Galley ments by the pilots or by the attendants will
override pre-recorded announcements and
A galley is provided with electrical power. boarding music.
Potable water is provided by the water sys- When an Individual Video Audio System
tem. The water tank is pressurized with bleed (IVAS) is installed * , it can be used to show
air. Used water is drained overboard. demonstration videos. Audio of the demon-
stration videos can be presented via the PA
ATTENDANT FACILITIES system.
An attendant seat is provided for each cabin
attendant. All attendant seats are provided
with shoulder harnesses. Attendant stations
are provided in the forward and aft cabin
area and, optionally, in the cabin sidewall
next to the overwing escape hatches. Each
attendant station is provided with a handset
and a hand microphone. In addition, the for-

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AIRCRAFT GENERAL PAGE 2
CABIN GENERAL VERSION 01
ISSUE 002

Area Call Lights EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT


Area call lights are located forward and aft in For the location of emergency equipment in
the passenger compartment ceiling. The the cabin see section Aircraft Configuration.
colour of the area call light that comes on See sections Oxygen and Fire Protection for
indicates whether the attendant is called a description of the relevant emergency
from the flight deck, another attendant sta- equipment.
tion, a passenger service panel or a toilet
compartment. All calls are annunciated by
dedicated chimes. Attendant calls from a
passenger service panel are reset locally.

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.02.04
AIRCRAFT GENERAL PAGE 1
DOORS VERSION 01
ISSUE 005

GENERAL The switch is provided to open or close the


door manually only when the door fails to
Fokker 70 move downward or upward during normal
The entries to, and exits from the passenger operation. The stairway is equipped with a
compartment comprise one passenger door, retractable bottom step, two folding handrails
one service door and two escape hatches. and lights in the risers. The lights are con-
The passenger and service doors also serve trolled by a button which is located near the
as emergency exits. Two cargo doors give operating controls inside the aircraft. When
access to the cargo compartments. Access an air bridge is used, the handrails can be
to pressurized maintenance compartments folded down and the and the first step down
below the forward fuselage is via hatches. from the fuselage can be bridged by an
For operation of the doors see chapter Sys- adaptor platform * which is normally stowed
tem Operation, section Doors. against the entrance wall.
Fokker 100 Forward Opening Passenger Door *
The entries to, and exits from the passenger The passenger door opens outwards in the
compartment comprise one passenger door, direction of flight and has to be opened and
one forward service door, one aft service closed manually. The door is locked in the
door * and four escape hatches. The pas- open position by a parking hook, which can
senger and service doors also serve as be released with the parking-hook release
emergency exits. Three cargo doors give handle. In the closed position, the door is
access to the cargo compartments. Access locked and unlocked by means of either the
to pressurized maintenance compartments inboard or the outboard door lock handle.
below the forward fuselage is via hatches. The door is properly locked when the inboard
For operation of the doors see chapter Sys- door lock handle is pointing in the direction of
tem Operation, section Doors. flight. An indicator at the top left side of the
door shows the door status as either 'locked'
PASSENGER DOOR in green or 'open' in red. A vent flap is
mechanically connected to the locking mech-
The passenger door, the main entry to the anism; when the door is locked, the flap is
aircraft, is located at the forward LH side of closed. The door is equipped with an escape
the fuselage. slide and a door selector for automatic or
Passenger Door with Integral Stair manual slide operation; see below.
The passenger door has an integral stairway SERVICE DOOR
and opens outwards and downwards. The
door is locked and unlocked with either the The service door for the galley opens out-
inboard or the outboard door lock handle. wards in the direction of flight and is located
Electrical controls to open or close the door at the forward RH side of the fuselage. When
are located both inside and outside the air- an aft service door is installed, it is located at
craft. At the inside a door indication panel * is the aft LH side of the fuselage. The door is
located near the operating buttons of the locked and unlocked by means of either the
door and shows the open / closed, locked / inboard or the outboard door handle and has
unlocked status of the door and is to be used to be opened and closed manually. The door
as guidance for the flight attendant. For indi- is properly closed when the inboard door
cation the same switches are used as for the handle is pointing in the direction of flight. An
flight deck indication at the MFDU. The indi- indicator at the inboard side of the door veri-
cation at the MFDU overrules the indication fies the locked position. A retract handle is
at the door indication panel. In the event of installed to release the door when locked in
an emergency or a malfunction of the electri- the open position. A viewing device * is
cal control system, the door can be opened installed so that the person who operates the
manually. A pax door override switch *, is door inside the aircraft can check the area
located above the inboard operating controls outside the door is clear before they open it.
in the upper ceiling. The door is equipped with an escape slide
and a door selector for automatic or manual
slide operation; see next page.

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.02.04
AIRCRAFT GENERAL PAGE 2
DOORS VERSION 01
ISSUE 005

ESCAPE SLIDE MAINTENANCE ACCESS HATCHES


Escape slide operation can be enabled or Plug-type hatches, located at the bottom of
disabled via the door selector. With the door the forward fuselage, give access to pressur-
selector in AUTOMATIC, deployment and ized compartments. The hatches can only be
inflation of the slide are automatic when the opened and closed from outside the aircraft.
door is opened from the inside. In MANUAL, One hatch or, in case of the Fokker 100, two
the door can be opened without the slide hatches, give access to the avionics com-
being inflated. partment. Three hatches, designated forward
When the door is opened from the outside equipment hatches, give access to air condi-
and the door selector is in AUTOMATIC, the tioning equipment and to a space under the
door selector will return to MANUAL auto- flight deck floor.
matically.
The slide is of the single-lane type. If it fails FLIGHT DECK INDICATIONS
to inflate automatically, the red inflation han-
dle at the RH side of the side pack must be When the aircraft is on the ground with the
pulled upon deployment, the slide is illumi- parking brake set or both engines out, and
nated by built-in lighting. either the passenger door, a service door or
a cargo door is not closed a dedicated status
ESCAPE HATCHES message will be displayed on the secondary
page at the MFDU. If any of these doors is
The escape hatches are installed on each not properly closed and the parking brake is
side of the passenger compartment above released, an alert will be presented. A similar
the wings. The hatches open inward and can alert is presented when an avionics compart-
be released from the inside or from the out- ment hatch* or a forward equipment bay
side of the aircraft. In case of evacuation, the hatch* is not closed.
escape hatches must be pulled in, turned Optionally, an additional status message is
diagonally and thrown out of the aircraft. The provided to indicate whether the service door
backrests of the passenger seats at the selector is in MANUAL or AUTOMATIC.
escape hatches cannot fold forward to pre- When the door selector is in MANUAL and
vent them from blocking the exit. the parking brake is released while either fuel
lever is open, an alert is presented, The alert
Life Lines*
is also presented when the door selector is in
Life lines are provided next to the overwing AUTOMATIC while both fuel levers are
escape hatches. They can be connected to closed. Optionally, a similar message is pro-
an attachment point on the wing at the outer vided for the forward opening passenger
flap track fairing for use after ditching. door.

CARGO DOORS
The cargo doors at the RH side of the fuse-
lage belly provide access to the forward and
rear cargo compartments. The doors open
outwards and upwards, or, when small cargo
doors are installed*, outwards and down-
wards. A cargo door can only be locked and
unlocked from outside the aircraft by means
of an integrated handle, which is covered by
a flap. Viewing ports, if installed, can be used
to check whether a cargo door is properly
locked.

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.02.04
AIRCRAFT GENERAL PAGE 8A2A
DOORS VERSION 02
ISSUE 002

FLIGHT DECK DOOR Emergency Operation


General The EARP, located at the forward attendant's
station, is provided to request emergency
The flight deck door is equipped with a Flight access into the flight deck by the cabin crew
Deck Access System (FDAS) and provides in case one or both pilots have been incapac-
normal and emergency flight deck access. itated.
The system consists of: To prevent inappropriate use, this panel is
- a Flight Deck Access Computer (FDAC). hidden behind a cover.
- a F-DK DOOR LOCK p/b. To request emergency flight deck access a
- two F-DK DOOR lights. REQUEST button, located at the EARP is
- an Emergency Access Request Panel provided.
(EARP). To annunciate or deny an emergency flight
- an EMER F-DK ACCESS p/b. deck access request an EMER F-DK
The door is closed if the door is flush with the ACCESS p/b, located at the LH side of the
door frame and the door knob, at the flight pedestal is provided.
deck side, is in the CLOSED position. In this If emergency flight deck access is requested
case the bolt is fully extended and the door by the cabin crew:
can be locked electrically, or manually with - the ACS REQUEST light (white) at EARP
the lock pin. comes on;
Before granting access to the flight deck, per- - the EMER F-DK "ACCESS" light (red)
sons can be identified by the flight crew comes on;
through a viewport in the door or by a video- - aural alert (repetitive triple buzzer).
system (optional). By depressing the EMER F-DK ACCESS p/b
Normal Operation the emergency flight deck access request is
denied.
To lock or unlock the door a F-DK DOOR If emergency flight deck access is denied by
LOCK p/b, located at the LH side of the ped- the flight crew:
estal, is provided. By depressing the F-DK - the EMER F-DK "DENY" light (blue)
DOOR LOCK p/b the bolt is fixated in the comes on;
extended position by a solenoid, thus locking - aural alert is cancelled.
the door. - the ACS DENIED light (red) at EARP
If the door is closed and locked the F-DK comes on;
DOOR LOCK p/b is blank. Once denied a new emergency flight deck
The door can be unlocked by depressing the access request is inhibited for 5 minutes.
F-DK DOOR LOCK p/b again. To open the If emergency flight deck access is requested
door, the door knob at either side of the door and is not denied by the flight crew within 30
must be rotated, followed a by pulling or seconds, the flight deck door will unlock
pushing action against the door. automatically.
If the door is not closed and not locked:
- the F-DK DOOR "NOT LKD" light (white) Alternate Operation
comes on; In case of an electric lock failure or a DC bus
- the UNLOCKED light (green) at the 1 failure, a lock pin is provided at the flight
EARP comes on. deck side to lock the door manually, wich fix-
If the door is not locked for two minutes and ates the bolt in the extended position.
at least one engine is running: In case of a ground emergency evacuation
- the F-DK DOOR "NOT LKD" light (white) (battery power only), the electrical lock is
extinguishes; automatically removed and the door can be
- the F-DK DOOR "NOT LKD" light (amber) opened from both sides.
comes on;
- the UNLOCKED light (green) at the
EARP remains on;
- the F-DK DOOR lights (amber) at the
main instrument panel comes on.

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AIRCRAFT GENERAL PAGE 22B
DOORS VERSION 02
ISSUE 002

INTENTIONALLY
LEFT
BLANK

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.02.04
AIRCRAFT GENERAL PAGE 3
DOORS VERSION 01
ISSUE 003

PASSENGER DOOR WITH INTEGRAL STAIR


OPERATING CONTROLS INBOARD

STAIRWAY
LIGHT BUTTON

OPERATING BUTTONS
LOCK ROLLER
GATE

LOCK
RELEASE
LEVER

DOOR LOCK
HANDLE

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.02.04
AIRCRAFT GENERAL PAGE 4
DOORS VERSION 01
ISSUE 003

PASSENGER DOOR
WITH INTEGRAL STAIR DOOR STATUS LIGHTS
OPERATING CONTROLS INBOARD Door not locked light (red)
WITH DOOR INDICATION PANEL* - Door is open and not locked.
Door not locked light (flashing red)
WARNING: - Door is closed and not locked.

DO NOT OPERATE DOOR HANDLE Door locked light (green)


DURING FLIGHT - Door is closed and locked.
INFORM FLIGHT CREW WHEN RED LIGHT
ILLUMINATES DURING FLIGHT
DOOR INDICATION PANEL

WARN INGR: HANDLE


ERATE DOO
OP
DO NOT FLIGHT
DURING
RED LIGHT
REW WHEN
FLIGHT C URING FLIGHT
INFORM SD
ILLUMUNATE

LOCK ROLLER
GATE
STAIRWAY
LIGHT BUTTON LOCK
RELEASE
OPERATING
LEVER
BUTTONS

DOOR LOCK
HANDLE

JDRS–012/A

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.02.04
AIRCRAFT GENERAL PAGE 1 4A
DOORS VERSION 02
ISSUE 002

F–DK DOOR LIGHTS


LOCATION: CAPTAIN’S AND FIRST OFFICER’S
MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL
F–DK DOOR LIGHTS

F–DK DOOR (amber)


– Flight deck door is not locked for
two minutes and at least one engine
is running.
F–DK F–DK – NOT LKD at F–DK DOOR LOCK p/b
DOOR DOOR on.
– UNLOCKED light at EARP on.

F–DK DOOR CONTROLS


LOCATION: PEDESTAL

F–DK DOOR LOCK P/B

Normal (blank)
– Flight deck door closed and locked.

NOT LKD (amber)


– Flight deck door is not locked for
F–DK DOOR LOCK
two minutes and at least one engine
is running.
NOT LKD – F–DK DOOR lights at main
instrument panel on.
NOT LKD
– UNLOCKED light at EARP on.

ACCESS NOT LKD (white)


– Flight deck door is not closed and
DENY not locked.
– UNLOCKED light at EARP on.
EMER F–DK
ACCESS

EMER F–DK ACCESS P/B

Normal (blank)
– No emergency flight deck access
requested.
ACCESS (red)
– Emergency flight deck access
requested by the cabin crew at EARP.
– Aural alert (repetitive triple buzzer).
– ACS REQUESTED light at EARP on.
NOTE: Flight deck door will unlock
automatically if DENY is not
selected within 30 seconds.
DENY (blue)
– Emergency flight deck access request
denied.
– Aural alert cancelled.
– ACS DENIED light at EARP on.
– Inhibit a new emergency flight deck
access request for 5 minutes.

JDRS–025/A

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.02.04
AIRCRAFT GENERAL PAGE 24B
DOORS VERSION 02
ISSUE 002

F-DK DOOR KNOB


LOCATION: FLIGHT DECK SIDE

CLOSED

F-DK DOOR CLOSED


LOCK PIN

CLOSED
CLOSED

F-DK DOOR OPEN F–DK DOOR CLOSED AND


LOCKED WITH LOCK PIN

JDRS–018

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.02.04
PAGE 5
AIRCRAFT GENERAL
VERSION 01
DOORS ISSUE 002

PAX DOOR OVERRIDE SWITCH *


LOCATION: ABOVE THE INBOARD OPERATING CONTROLS IN THE
UPPER CEILING

PAX DOOR OVERRIDE SWITCH


(guarded)

To open or close the door manually


Q!!!y when the door lalls to move
downward or upward dunng normal
operation.

PAXDOOR
OVERRIDE

JDRS·Oll

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PAGE 6
AIRCRAFT GENERAL
VERSION 01
DOORS ISSUE 002

PASSENGER DOOR WITH INTEGRAL STAIR (CONTINUED)


OPERATING CONTROLS OUTBOARD

00

UP STOP DOWN

@OO
IFDOOR FAILS TO GO DOWN
PUll. GRIP ON DOOR

DOOR LOCK HANDLE

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.02.04
PAGE 7
AIRCRAFT GENERAL
VERSION 01
DOORS ISSUE 003

AIR BRIDGE ADAPTER PLATFORM*

ADAPTER
PLATFORM
STOWED
POSITION

AIR BRIDGE ADAPTER

\ ,

HANDRAILS
STOWED
POSITION

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PAGE 8
AIRCRAFT GENERAL
VERSION 01
DOORS ISSUE 003

FORWARD OPENING PASSENGER DOOR


(INSIDE VIEW)

WINDOW
DOOR LOCK
INDICATOR

HAND GRIP

HANDGRIP
DOOR LOCK
HANDLE

VENT FLAP-
PARKING·HOOK
RELEASE HANDLE

DOOR
SELECTOR

SLIDE PACK
COVER --

DIRECTION
OF FLIGHT
SLIDE BAR

JDRS-004

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AIRCRAFT GENERAL PAGE 9
DOORS VERSION 01
ISSUE 004

FWD SERVICE DOOR (INSIDE VIEW)

DOOR VIEWING
SELECTOR DEVICE *

HANDGRIP

RETRACT
HANDLE EVACUATION SLIDE
DOOR LOCK
INDICATOR

DOOR LOCK
HANDLE

PRESSURE
INDICATOR

SLIDE PACK
DIRECTION COVER
OF FLIGHT

SLIDE BAR

NOTE: The aft service door * is a mirror image of the fwd service door.

JDRS–005/A

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.02.04
AIRCRAFT GENERAL PAGE 10
DOORS VERSION 01
ISSUE 004

ESCAPE SLIDE

MANUAL INFLATION HANDLE

GIRT BAR FLOOR BRACKET

DETACHMENT HANDLE

JDRS-006

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.02.04
PAGE 11
AIRCRAFT GENERAL
VERSION 01
DOORS ISSUE 001

OVERWING ESCAPE HATCHES


OPERATION

JDRS-007:A

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PAGE 12
AIRCRAFT GENERAL
VERSION 01
DOORS ISSUE 001

FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


CONDITION(S) I ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS

AURAL MWLlMCL MFDU LOCAL

PASSENGER! SERVICE

A ~~~:~~ ~~:RKING
BRAKE RELEASED

CARGO DOOR(S) NOT


AFT! MID! FWD
8 LOCKED + PARKING
CARGO DOOR
BRAKE RELEASED

AVIONICS COMPT
HATCH(ES) NOT FWD! AFT
CLOCKED + PARKING AYNCS HATCH
BRAKE RELEASED ·

FORWARD EOUIPMENT
D BAY HATCH(ES) NOT FWD EOPT
LOCKED + PARKING HATCHES
BRAKE RELEASED·

1::':::::::::::::::1 ALERT INHIBITION

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8 :"':::::"'::: :::::::::
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D :"':::::"':::
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VERSION 01
DOORS
ISSUE 001

FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


CONDITION(S) I ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS

AURAL MWL / MCL MFDU LOCAL

PASSENGER DOOR
PAX DOOR
A SELECTOR POSITION
SELECTOR
INCORRECT"

SERVICE DOOR
SERV DOOR
B SELECTOR POSITION
SELECTOR
INCORRECT"

I11III ALERT INHIBmON

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TAXI
OUT TO

JDRS' OO9IA

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ISSUE 001

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DOORS VERSION 01
ISSUE 002

EMERGENCY ACCESS REQUEST PANEL


LOCATION: FORWARD ATTENDANT’S STATION

REQUEST BUTTON

Depress momentarily to:


– Request an emergency flight deck
access.
EMERGENCY ACCESS
REQUEST PANEL NOTE: If an emergency flight deck
access request is denied by the
flight crew a new request is
inhibited for 5 minutes.

REQUEST
ACCESS REQUESTED LIGHT

Light (white)
ACS REQUESTED – Emergency flight deck access
requested by the cabin crew.

ACS DENIED
ACCESS DENIED LIGHT
UNLOCKED Light (red)
– Emergency flight deck access
request denied by the flight crew.

UNLOCKED LIGHT

Light (green)
– Flight deck door unlocked.

JDRS–026/A

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DOORS VERSION 01
ISSUE 002

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1.02.05
SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 1
AIRCRAFT GENERAL
VERSION 01
LIGHTS ISSUE 003

GENERAL Reading lights, chart holder lights and


side panel lights can be controlled lo-
Aircraft lighting systems controlled from cally.
the flight deck are : The lights for the observer 's panels can
Exterior lighting. be controlled from the dome light panel.
- Flight deck lighting . Dome lights, for general flight deck il-
- Emergency lighting . lumination, are located left and right at
the top of the overhead panel. In addition
EXTERIOR LIGHTING to the button at the F-DK LIGHT panel,
the dome lights can also be switched on
Exterior lighting systems are controlled or off from the dome light panel.
from the EXT LIGHTS panel, located at The overhead panel, the glareshield, the
the overhead panel. They comprise land- pedestal and the instruments at the main
ing, taxi/landing , wing inspection, bea- instrument panel are provided with inte-
con, strobe *, navigation and logo * gral lighting , which can be controlled in-
lights. dependently for each panel.
In each wing tip a retractable landing All panels are also provided with flood-
light is installed. A retractable landing lights. The main instrument panel flood-
light, which also serves as taxi light, is lights and the glareshield floodlights can
mounted underneath the aircraft nose. If be controlled independently for each
a landing or taxi/landing light is not re- panel. The flight deck floodlights , which
tracted, a memo message is presented provide general flight deck lighting and
at the MFDU primary page. In the event lighting of the overhead panel and the
of an engine failure , all extended lights pedestal, are integrated in the dome light
will retract automatically except when the assemblies. Control, however, is inde-
landing gear is down. pendent of dome light switching.
Two wing inspection lights are installed All annunciators are brightness con-
in the fuselage to illuminate the wing trolled by one dim/bright selector. Those
leading edges. lights that are normally blank have two
Two beacon lights are installed; one at brightness levels: dim and bright. See
the bottom of the fuselage and one at the also section Flight Warning System. All
top of the vertical stabilizer. other lights have six brightness levels:
Three navigation light units are installed; three dim and three bright. The maxi-
one at each wing tip and one in the verti- mum brightness level is the reset posi-
cal stabilizer fairing. Each unit contains tion (RST). When electrical power is ap-
two navigation lights, one of which can plied to the aircraft, the lights come on
be used as a towing light. fully bright and are automatically dimmed
Each navigation light unit also contains a after 15 minutes * irrespective of selector
strobe light * . The strobe lights can be position; selecting the RST position re-
controlled manually or automatically. sets the selector for brightness control.
When controlled automatically, the strobe Annunciator lights can be tested from the
lights are on only when the aircraft is air- TEST panel. See also section Flight
borne. Warning System.
Two logo lights are installed *; one in
each outboard flap-track fairing. The logo NOTE: A STORM light p/b is installed at
lights are on when the aircraft is on the the F-DK LIGHT panel to over-
ground or when the flaps are extended, ride the individual controls. When
provided the NAV/LOGO switch or selec- depressed, floodlights and the
tor * is ON. lighted annunciators come on
fully bright.
FLIGHT DECK LIGHTING Individual reading lights for the captain,
the first officer and the observer are in-
Flight deck lighting systems can be con-
stalled in the flight deck ceiling . The
trolled from the F-DK LIGHT panel at the
lights have integrated on/off and dimming
pedestal. They include panel lights, an -
controls . Lighting of each side panel is
nunciator lights, floodlights and dome
controlled by a selector located at the
lights.
side console or side panel * .

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Two chart holder lights, one at each Emergency lights are located in the' flight
control wheel, can be controlled by a deck, in the standby and exit light
knob on top of the chart holder. assemblies, in the integral stair" of the
passenger door and outside the aircraft
EMERGENCY LIGHTING near the escape hatches. Emergency
Emergency lighting comprises exit, lights also comprise the floor proximity
standby and emergency lights. The es- lights in the passenger compartment
cape slide is provided with built-in light- aisle and near the exits. The emergency
ing, which comes on upon deployment. lights come on automatically if generator
power is not available, provided the
Exit lights are located above the doors, emergency lights selector at the over-
above the escape hatches, in the front of head pane.l is in the armed position.
the cabin and in the passenger compart- When the emergency lights are not
ment aisle. The exit lights are on when armed, the emergency-lights-not-armed
the landing gear is down. light comes on. The emergency lights
Standby lights are located in the pas- can be manually switched on with the
senger entrance, in the passenger com- emergency lights selector in the flight
partment aisle, in the aft cabin area and deck, or with a guarded emergency
in the toilet compartments. The standby lights switch located adjacent to the for-
lights in the toilet compartments are con- ward attendant's station.
tinuously on. All other standby lights NOTE: The emergency selector must
come on automatically when only battery remain in the OFF position for at
power is available. least 60 seconds.

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AIRCRAFT GENERAL
VERSION 01
LIGHTS ISSUE 002

EXTERIOR LIGHTS
NAVIGATION UGHTS
& STROBE UGHT·

NAVIGATION UGHTS
& STROBE UGHT·

NAVIGATION LIGHT
& STROBE LIGHT·

LANDING UGHT NAVIGATION UGHTS


" STROBE UGHT·

LANDING UGHT TAXIILANDING UGHT LANDING UGHT


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PAGE 4
AIRCRAFT GENERAL
VERSION 01
LIGHTS ISSUE 002

EXTERIOR LIGHTS PANEL


LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL

NAV

1--------1 NAVIGATION AND LOGO LIGHTS


SELECTOR

NAV/lOGO

STROBE LIGHT SELECTOR· BEACON LIGHTS PI B

OFF Normal (blank)


- Strobe lights 011. - Beacon lights on.
AUTO OFF (white)
- Strobe lights on during flight. - Beacon lights manually switched
ON off.
- Strobe lights on.

NAVIGATION AND LOGO· LIGHTS


SWITCH

WING INSPECTION LIGHTS PI B

Normal (blank)
- Wing inspection lights 011.
ON (blue)
- Wing inspection lights manually
WING switched on.
STROBE BEACON NAV/LOGO
INSPEC

TAXVLANDING LIGHT SWITCHES


ON~ON~--"'"
~ 000 0
RETR
~EXTD EXTD--~"
- Landing lights off and retracted.
RETR RETR EXTD
TAXI/LANDING - Landing lights extended and off.
ON
- Landing lights extended and on.
NOTE: 1. The TAXVLANDING light Is
controlled via the center
switch.
2. When one or more lights
are extended, a memo
message TAXVLDG LIGHT
EXTD Is displayed at the
MFDU primary page.

JLTS·002/A

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AIRCRAFT GENERAL PAGE 5
LIGHTS VERSION 01
ISSUE 005

FLIGHT DECK LIGHTS PANEL


LOCATION: PEDESTAL
GLARESHIELD BRIGHTNESS
CONTROL KNOB
OVERHEAD PANEL BRIGHTNESS
CONTROL KNOB Rotate:
- Inner knob to adjust brightness of
Rotate to adjust brightness of integral integral lights.
overhead panel lights. - Outer knob to adjust brightness of
floodlights.

MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL


BRIGHTNESS CONTROL KNOBS

Rotate:
- Inner knob to adjust brightness of
integral instrument lights.
- Outer knob to adjust brightness of
floodlights.

PEDESTAL BRIGHTNESS CONTROL


KNOB

Rotate to adjust brightness of inetegral


pedestal lights.

FLIGHT DECK FLOODLIGHT


CONTROL KNOB

Rotate to adjust brightness of flight


deck floodlight.

DOME LIGHT BUTTON

Push to switch dome light on or off.

ANNUNCIATOR BRIGHTNESS
CONTROL KNOB

DIM
- One dim level for annunciators
normally blank.
- Three dim levels for all other
annunciators.
NOTE: Except MWL, MCL, and
autoland caution lights.
BRT
STORM LIGHT P/B - One bright level for annunciators
normally blank.
Normal (blank) - Three bright levels for all other
- Brightness of flight deck lights as set annunciators.
by the relevant controls. RST
ON (blue) - Maximum bright level.
- Floodlights and lighted annunciators - Resets brightness level if not in
fully bright. accordance with selector position.

JLTS–003/A

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AIRCRAFT GENERAL PAGE 6
LIGHTS VERSION 01
ISSUE 005

DOME LIGHT PANEL


LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL OR OBSERVER S STATION *

OBSERVER PANEL LIGHT BUTTON DOME LIGHT BUTTON

Push to switch the observer panel Push to switch dome lights on or off.
lights on or off.

SIDE PANEL LIGHTS PANEL


LOCATION SIDE CONSOLE OR SIDE PANEL *

SIDE PANEL LIGHTING SELECTOR

OFF
- Side panel lights off.
DIM
- Side panel lights on, dimmed.
BRIGHT
- Side panel lights on, bright.

SIDE CONSOLE SIDE PANEL

JLTS–004/B

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 7
AIRCRAFT GENERAL
VERSION 01
LIGHTS ISSUE 002

RH LOWER OVERHEAD PANEL


LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL

EMERGENCY LIGHTS NOT ARMED


LIGHT

Normal (blank)
- Emergency lights armed.
NOT ARMED (amber)
- Emergency lighting system not
ARMED.

OFF
- Emergency lights off.
ARMED (detent)
- Emergency lights armed.
NOTE: Pull to select ON or OFF.
ON
- Emergency lights on.

JLTS-005IA

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PAGE 8
AIRCRAFT GENERAL
VERSION 01
LIGHTS ISSUE 002

TEST PANEL
LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL

Depress 10 lesllhe while, blue and


green annunciator lights.

JLTS-006

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COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS PAGE 1
CONTENTS VERSION 01
ISSUE 004

1.03.01 Communication
- Audio Management System
- Radio Communication
- Internal Communication
- Audio Panel
- Control Wheel (F/O)
- Avionics Panel
- Jack Panels
- Cockpit Voice Recorder Panel
- VHF COM Panel
- HF COM Panel
- UHF Com Panel
- Left Lower Overhead Panel
- FWS Controlled System Alerts

1.03.02 ACARS / SATCOM


- General
- MIDU
- ACARS
- SATCOM
- Multi-input Interactive Display Unit
- Data Switch Panel

1.03.03 Emergency Communication


- Megaphone
- ELT Systems
- ELT Panel
- Portable ELT

1.03.04 Video Surveillance System *


- General
- Cameras
- Display Unit
- System Controls

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.03.01
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS PAGE 1
COMMUNICATION VERSION 01
ISSUE 004

The communication system includes facilities Loudspeakers / Headphones


for radio communication and for internal Two loudspeakers are installed in the flight
communication. Aural communication facili- deck ceiling. When the hand mike or boom
ties are integrated in an audio management mike is used, both loudspeakers are muted.
system. The loudspeakers are not muted when the
oxygen-mask mike is in use. Headphones
AUDIO MANAGEMENT SYSTEM can be plugged into the relevant jack panel in
Captain and first officer (F/O) are provided the flight deck ceiling and are not muted.
with individual audio systems (L and R). If an Jack Panels
audio system fails, operation can be restored
by pressing the relevant AUDIO p/b, located Jack panels are installed in the side consoles
at the AVIONICS panel. or side panels and in the flight deck ceiling.
In each ceiling jack panel a headset and a
Audio Panels headphone can be plugged. In each side
Two audio panels provide each pilot selec- console or side panel, a hand mike can be
tion of communication and navigation facili- plugged. At the observer's station a jack
ties. These facilities are: panel is installed in which a headset and a
- VHF radio communication. headphone can be plugged.
- HF radio communication. * Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR)
- UHF radio communication. *
- Monitoring of navigation aids. The CVR records the last 30 minutes or 120
- Flight interphone with other pilot, minutes * of flight deck audio. All voice com-
observer, and/or ground crew (IC). munication is recorded. Flight deck conver-
- Cabin interphone with attendant(s) sation is recorded via the remote area
(CAB). microphone, installed at the lower side of the
- Passenger Address (PA). overhead panel. Operation is automatic from
engine start until five minutes after engine
Volume control of the selected audio source shutdown. Operation prior to engine start is
is possible. Incoming signals are routed to a obtained by depressing the FDR/CVR GND
loudspeaker and to a headset or head- CTL p/b at the AVIONICS panel. Pre-engine-
phones. The loudspeaker can be switched start operation is indicated by an ON light in
off. For an observer, an audio panel is the p/b. The light extinguishes as soon as
installed * at the observer's station; incoming either engine is started.
signals are not routed to the loudspeakers. A CVR panel is located at the overhead
Microphones panel or at the pedestal * . When the aircraft
is on the ground with the parking brake set,
Three microphones, which can be used for the recorded information can be erased by
all voice communication, are available for depressing the ERASE button. A CVR test is
each pilot: performed when the TEST button is
- A boom mike (headset), plugged into the depressed. To monitor CVR operation, a
relevant jack panel in the flight deck ceil- headphone jack is installed.
ing.
- A hand mike, plugged into the jack panel RADIO COMMUNICATION
at the side console or side panel * . The
hand mike operates only when the inte- General
gral Push To Talk (PTT) button is The aircraft is equipped with the following
depressed. independent communication systems:
- An oxygen-mask mike, which is perma- - VHF COM 1;
nently connected to the audio system and - VHF COM 2;
becomes operative when the oxygen - VHF COM 3 * ;
mask is used. - HF COM 1 * ;
When an oxygen-mask is in use, both hand - HF COM 2 * ;
and boom microphones are inoperative. - UHF COM * .
To restore communication with the hand or These systems are integrated in the audio
boom microphone, the doors of the oxygen- system and each pilot can select any of them
mask container must be closed and RESET for use via the audio panel. Incoming signals
must be selected (see section Oxygen). to the selected transceiver can always be
For the observer a boom mike (headset) and heard. Radio Transmission (RT) must be
an oxygen-mask mike are available. selected either at the audio panel or on the

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COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS PAGE 2
COMMUNICATION VERSION 01
ISSUE 004

control wheel. When the hand mike is used HF COM Systems *


for radio transmission, RT selection is not Each HF COM system comprises an external
needed. mounted antenna, a transceiver and a con-
VHF COM Systems trol panel located at the pedestal. One fre-
quency can be set at a HF COM panel. The
Each VHF COM system which comprises an HF frequency range is 2.800 to 23.999 MHz,
external mounted antenna, a transceiver and with increments of 1.0 kHz. Amplitude modu-
a control panel located at the pedestal. Two lation or single sideband operation can be
frequencies can be set at a VHF COM(M) selected.
control panel. Either frequency can be NOTE: Since HF COM 1 and HF COM 2
selected for use. The VHF frequency range use the same antenna, the HF COM
is: systems cannot transmit simulta-
- 118.000 to 135.975 MHz with increments neously, nor can one system
of 25 kHz, or, receive when the other is transmit-
- 118.000 to 136.975 MHz (extended) * , ting. Simultaneous reception, how-
with increments of 25 kHz, or, ever, is possible.
- 118.000 to 136.990 MHz with increments UHF COM System *
of 8.33 kHz * . The UHF COM system comprises an exter-
When an Arinc Communication Adress and nal mounted antenna, a transceiver and a
Reporting System (ACARS) is installed * , control panel located at the pedestal. The
VHF COM 3 is dedicated to ACARS and can- transceiver consists of a main transceiver
not be used for voice communication, unless and a guard receiver. The UHF frequency
selected via the ACARS VOICE / DATA range is 225.000 to 399.975 MHz, with incre-
switch on the data switch panel. ments of 25 kHz.
VHF with 8.33 kHz channel spacing Fre- The main transceiver can be set to any fre-
quency to Channel Conversion Table quency within the UHF frequency range via
the frequency selectors. The guard receiver
Freq (MHz) Ch Spacing Ch ID can only receive signals via the guard fre-
118.0000 25 118.000 quency (243 MHz). Reception via the guard
frequency can be disabled. The main trans-
118.0000 8.33 118.005 ceiver can automatically be set to the guard
118.008 8.33 118.010 frequency via the frequency select switch,
118.0167 8.33 118.015 thus allowing reception and transmission via
the guard frequency.
118.0250 25 118.025 The UHF COM system is provided with
118.0250 8.33 118.030 squelch.
Selective Calling (SELCAL) *
118.0333 8.33 118.035 A selcal system is installed to inform the
118.0417 8.33 118.040 pilots when the aircraft is being called via
118.0500 25 118.050 either VHF or HF communication system.
When called, a distinctive light, incorporated
118.0500 8.33 118.055 in a selcal p/b, comes on and an interrupted
118.0583 8.33 118.060 buzzer sounds. The interrupted buzzer is a
dedicated aural alert; see section Flight
118.0667 8.33 118.065 Warning System. The annunciation can be
118.0750 25 118.075 cancelled by depressing the lighted selcal p/
b. The selcal p/b's are located at the left
118.0750 8.33 118.080
lower overhead panel.
118.0833 8.33 118.085 Navigation Aid Audio Monitoring
118.0917 8.33 118.090 Monitoring ADF, VOR, ILS, DME and marker
beacon is possible by depressing and releas-
118.1000 25 118.100 ing the relevant navigation audio control
118.1000 8.33 118.105 knobs at the audio panel. A released knob
will pop out and illuminate. The volume of
etc.
each audio channel can be adjusted by rotat-
ing the relevant button. Monitoring of DME is
paired with VOR or, optionally, ILS monitor-
ing. Navigation aids can be monitored simul-
taneously.

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.03.01
PAGE 3
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
VERSION 01
COMMUNICATION ISSUE 003

INTERNAL COMMUNICATION An attendant can request the pilots to


Flight Interphone use cabin interphone by depressing a
button at the handset hanger. This will re-
Flight interphone enables communication sult in a FWD, MID * or AFT CALL light
between captain, first officer and obser- at the left lower overhead panel and a
ver. Flight interphone is active when IC is buzzer via the audio system.
selected on either control wheel or when Once the CALL light is on, the cabin in-
OPEN IC is selected at either audio terphone can be used by depressing the
panel. Any microphone can be used. cabin interphone button (CAB) at the
Flight interphone also enables communi- relevant audio panel. The flight deck
cation with the ground crew; a flight inter- crew members can use any microphone.
phone jack is installed next to the exter- The attendants can use the handsets. A
nal power receptacle. A flight deck crew- flight deck crew member can interrupt
member can request the ground crew to communication via the RESET button,
use flight interphone by depressing the which also resets the CALL light. An at-
GND CALL p/b at the left lower overhead tendant can interrupt communication via
panel. This will activate a horn in the the RESET p/b at the handset hanger or
nose-wheel bay. The ground crew can by returning the handset to the hanger.
request the pilots to use flight interphone A general attendant call can be issued
by depressing the pilot call button lo- by depressing the ALL ATTND CALL but-
cated next to the external power recep- ton. This will result in a dedicated chime
tacle. This will result in a GND CALL light in the cabin.
at the left lower overhead panel and a
buzzer via the audio system. The buzzer Passenger Address
is a brief dedicated aural alert; see sec- PA can be used by the pilots and by the
tion Flight Warning System. Communica- attendants. The pilots can use any
tion with the ground crew can be inter- microphone for PA when PA is selected
rupted via the RESET button, which also at the audio panel. The attendants have
resets the CALL light. access to the PA system via hand micro-
NOTE: 1. As long as the microphone phones, located next to the handsets.
switch at either audio panel is and via a music reproducer *. The
in the OPEN IC position, which music reproducer provides pre-recorded
is a maintained position, both announcements and boarding music. A
loudspeakers remain muted. pre-recorded emergency message is
2. When an audio panel for the automatically presented when the pas-
observer is not installed, the senger oxygen system is activated
observer's microphone is in- (either automatically or manually); see
operative when the aircraft is section Oxygen. Announcements from
on the ground. Headphone the flight deck override announcements
audio is the same as the cap- from the cabin. Both override pre-
tain's. recorded announcements and boarding
music. PA volume in the cabin is auto-
Cabin Interphone matically increased when the engines
Cabin interphone enables communica- are running and when the passenger
tion between a flight deck crew member oxygen system is activated. PA an-
and an attendant as well as between two nouncements and boarding music can
attendants. be monitored in the flight deck via the PA
volume knob.
A flight deck crew member can request
an attendant to use the cabin interphone
by depressing the FWD. MID * or AFT
CALL p/b at the left lower overhead
panel. In the cabin, this will result in a
dedicated chime, an area call light (see
subsection Cabin General) and a light at
the handset hanger.

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PAGE 4
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
VERSION 01
COMMUNICATION ISSUE 003

Cabin Signs
Annunciators with 'fasten seat belts' and
'no smoking' legends are provided at
each passenger service panel. The
signs are controlled from the left lower
overhead panel. The 'no smoking' signs
are activated automatically when AUTO
has been selected and the landing gear
is lowered, or when the passenger
oxygen system is activated (see section
Oxygen). The 'fasten seat belts' sign in-
cludes 'return to cabin' signs in the toilet
compartments. A dedicated chime in the
cabin announces any on or off switching
of the signs.

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 5
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
VERSION 01
COMM UN ICATION ISSUE 001

AUDIO PANEL
LOCATION: PEDESTAL OR SIDE CONSOLE

- Loudspeaker active.
Loudspeaker mU1ed when boom-
or handamicrophone is selected
for use.
OFF

- Microphone selected for flight


interphone.
RT (spring loaded to center)
Microphone selected for radio
transmission.
NAVIGATION AUDIO FILTER
BUTTON

When depressed: NAVIGATION AUDIO CONTROL


Voice audio only; ideot signals KNOBS VOR 1/2, MKR, ILS, ADF.
from VOR 1 and 2 are suppressed. ADF 1/2 *

In (blank)
- Monitoring of respective system
off.
Out (lit)
- Monitoring of respective system
on.
- Rotate to adjust volume.

TRANSCEIVER SELECT BUTTONS


VHF 1, VHF 2, VHF 3 *. HF 1 *. HF 2 *

000
1 VHF 2 VHF 3
Depress to select respective
transceiver. ~
NOTE: 1. When a button is
depressed, any other
depressed button pops
out .
2. A depressed button Is lit.

CABIN INTERPHONE BUTTON

Microphone selected for cabin

VH F 1, VHF 2, VHF 3 *, HF 1 *, HF 2 *
- Set lever to adjust the audio
volume of the respective
transceiver above minimum level.

- Monitoring of PA system off.


Out (lit) Set lever to adjust audio volume of
Monitoring of PA system on, interphone above minimum level.
- Rotate to adlust volume.
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CONTROL WHEEL (FlO)

IC/RT SELECTOR (F/O)

IC (spring loaded to center)


- Boom ~ or mask· mike selected for
flight interphone.
Center position
- No selection.
RT (springloaded to center)
- Boom- or mask-mike selected for
radio transmission.
NOTE : ICIRT SELECTOR at the
captain's control wheel is
installed at LH handgrip.

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AVIONICS PANEL
LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL

- Audio system operating normally.


FAULT (amber)
- Audio system failure.
ALTN (white)
- Alternate audio system selected
for continued normal operation.
NOTE : ALTN selection by the
FlO (R), disables
communication facilities for
the observer.

Normal (blank)
- eVR operation automatically
controlled .
ON (white)
- eVR operation manually activated
before engine start.
NOTE : For the flight Data Recorder
(FOR) see Flight/Navigation
Data Systems.

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JACK PANEL (FOR HEADSET AND HEADPHONE)


LOCATION: FLIGHT DECK CEILING

HEADSET CONNECTOR HEADPHONE CONNECTOR

B
0
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JACK PANEL (FOR HAND·MIKE)


LOCATION: SIDE CONSOLE

MIC

HAND-MIKE CONNECTOR

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JACK PANEL (FOR HAND–MIKE) *


LOCATION: SIDE PANEL

HAND MIKE CONNECTOR

COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER PANEL (TYPE 1)


LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL OR PEDESTAL

VOLUME INDICATOR TEST BUTTON

Indicates: Depress at least 5 seconds to test


- Level of recorded volume. CVR.
- Test results.

ERASE BUTTON

Depress at least 2 seconds to erase the


recorded information; effective only on
the ground with parking brake set.

Allows to monitor recording with


headphones

JCOM–005/B

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COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER PANEL (TYPE 2)


LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL OR PEDESTAL

TEST BUTTON TEST LIGHT

Depress at least 5 seconds to test Light comes on (red) for 5 - 10 seconds


CVR. if CVR test is successful.

ERASE BUTTON

Depress at least 2 seconds to erase the


recorded information; effective only on
the ground with parking brake set.

HEADSET CONNECTION

Allows to monitor recording with


headphones.

COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER PANEL (TYPE 3)


LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL OR PEDESTAL

ERASE BUTTON (red)

Depress at least 2 seconds to erase the


recorded information; effective only on
the ground with parking brake set.

HEADSET CONNECTION

Allows to monitor recording with


headphones.

TEST BUTTON

Depress at least 1 second to test CVR.

STATUS INDICATOR

Status Indicator will flash once on


successful completion of a CVR self
test.

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VHF COM PANEL (TYPE 1)


LOCATION: PEDESTAL

TRANSFER SWITCH

Selects either LH or RH frequency to


TRANSFER LIGHT
be active.
!ndicates active frequency (green).

FREQUENCY DISPLAY

Displays selected frequency in MHz.

VHF COM o FREQUENCY SELECTOR


XFR
Outer knob
- Tunes frequency in steps of
1 MHz.
Inner knob
- Tunes frequency in steps of
25 kHz .
NOTE: Last frequency numeral
(0 or 5) is not displayed.

VHF COMM PANEL (TYPE 2)


LOCATION: PEDESTAL
TRANSFER SWITCH

Selects either LH or RH frequency to


be active .

FREOUENCY DISPLAY

Displays selected frequency!


channel .

FREOUENCY SELECTOR

Outer knOb
- Tunes frequency in steps of
1 MHz.
Inner knob
- Tunes frequency in steps 01
8.33 kHz.

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VHF COMM PANEL (TYPE 3)


LOCATION: PEDESTAL

TRANSFER SWITCH
TRANSFER LIGHT
Selects eIther LH or RH frequency to
Indicates active frequency (green or be active.
white).
FREQUENCY DISPLAY

Displays selected frequency /


channel.

FREQUENCY SELECTOR

Outer knob
- Tunes frequency In steps of
V 1 MHz.
H
F Inner knob
COMIIII TEST - Tunes frequency on steps Of
8.33 kHz.

COMM TEST BUTTON

Depress to disable the squelch


(background nOIse will be heard).

HF COM PANEL *
LOCATION: PEDESTAL

FREQUENCY SELECTOR

Outer knob .
- TUnes frequency In steps of FREQUENCY DISPLAY
1 MHz.
Inner knob
- Tunes frequency in steps of MODE SWITCH
100 kHz.
AM
- Amplitude modulation operation.
SSB
- Single sideband operation.

FREQUENCY SELECTOR

Outer knob
- Tunes frequency In steps of
10 kHz.
Inner knob
- Tunes frequency In steps of
1 kHz.

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UHF COM PANEL'


LOCATION: PEDESTAL

FREQUENCY SELECTORS

Rotate to select the required


frequency. The selectors from left to
right change the frequency In steps
of:
- 100 MHz
- 10 MHz
- 1 MHz
- 100 kHz
- 25 kHz

RECEIVER SELECT SWITCH

MAIN FREQUENCY SELECT SWITCH


- Reception via main transceiver
only; reception via guard receiver MANUAL
disabled. - Main transceiver tuned to
BOTH frequency set via the frequency
- Reception via main transceiver selectors.
and guard receiver enabled. GUARD
- Main transceiver tuned to guard
frequency (243 MHz).
SQUELCH SWITCH

OFF
- Squelch off.
ON
- Squelch on.

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LEFT LOWER OVERHEAD PANEL


LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL

Depressed:
- Chime in cabin.

VHF1 , VHF2, VHF3, HF1 , HF2


- Aircraft is being called by a SELCAL
ground station via the respective
HF or VHF COM system.
II HF' II
Depress respective p/b to cancel the
annunciation.

II HF2 II
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IIVHF' II
~
II VHF2 11
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AU TO

RESET
ON o,,~o,

Depressed FWD, MID ' or AFT:


II HF' II
© (})
OFF
- Attendant call. SEATBElT NO SMKG
Depressed GND: II VHF' II
- Ground crew call. ALL
CALL (blue) MID AnNO
- Pilot call (annunciated by buzzer). IIVHF211 OFF
NOTE: The CALL light also comes
on when the respective AFT II CALLI I
© - Cabin signs 'no smoking' off.
AUTO
button is depressed. II VHF3 11 - Cabin signs 'no smoking' on when
AUTO landing gear is down.
ON
- Cabin signs 'no smoking' on.
NOTE: When cabin signs are on,
memo message NO SMKG
ON is displayed on MFDU
primary page.

to interrupt interphone.

ON
- Cabin signs 'fasten seat belts' on.
- Memo message SEAT BELT ON is
displayed on MFDU primary page.
OFF
- Cabin signs 'fasten seat belts' off.
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FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


CONDITION(S) I ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS

AURAL MWLI MCL MFDU LOCAL

PILOT CALLED BY
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ACARS / SATCOM ISSUE 002

GENERAL
The aircraft is equipped with the following communication systems, which are not inte-
grated in the audio system:
- ARINC Communication Address and Reporting System (ACARS) * ;
- Satellite Communication system (SATCOM) *
Both systems can be controlled via one Multi-input Interactive Display Unit (MIDU) located
at the pedestal.

MIDU
General
The Multi-input Interactive Display Unit (MIDU) is the control and display unit of the follow-
ing systems:
- ACARS*;
- Digital Flight Data Management Unit (DFDMU);
- SATCOM*.
The MIDU can be logged on to only one of these systems at a time. A system may also
request the pilot to log on to it.
The MIDU comprises a numerical keyboard, an alphabetic keyboard and a display. The
display provides information in formats referred to as 'pages'. Typically, a page com-
prises a title field (top line), a scratchpad (bottom line) and twelve text lines that are ar-
ranged in six pairs. The six line pairs are split in a LH field and a RH field which can be
individually selected or entered via the Line Select Keys (LSKs) located left and right of
the display. In this description, the LSKs and the associated fields are referred to as 1L
through BL and 1 R through BR. Data entered via the keyboards is displayed in the
scratchpad and can be transferred to a field by pressing the LSK next to that field. Alert
and status messages are also displayed in the scratchpad.
MCDU Menu Page
The MIDU can be logged on to a system via the MCDU Menu page, which is displayed at
power-up of the MIDU or when the MENU key is pressed. The MCDU Menu page displays
prompts for the systems to which the MIDU can be logged on. The MCDU Menu page
also provides access to the maintenance pages of the MIDU.

Mcnu MENU
(ill <ACARS <ACT> (IRJ
@J <ACMS ®D
00 mm <SEL> (]ID
CID @Rl
(]b) mID
(]I) MAINT> (§B)

JCOM·020

When the LSK next to a prompt is pressed, the MIDU logs on to the selected system: The
prompt is displayed in reverse video with a "< SEL > "-label next to it and after approxi-
mately one second the first page related to the selected system is displayed.
When the MIDU is logged on to a system, the MCDU Menu page can be displayed again
by pressing the MENU key. The page now displays an "<ACT> "-label next to the system
to which the MIDU is logged on. When the LSK next to a prompt of another system is
pressed, the MIDU will first log off from the system to which it is currently logged on and
subsequently log on to the selected system.

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When a system requests the pilot to log on to it, the MENU annunciator will come on and
the MCDU Menu page will display a "< REQ > "-label next to the prompt of the system re-
questing log on.
If a system is not available, the associated prompt is cleared from the MCDU Menu page.
If the MIDU loses communication with a system, a time-out message is displayed.

TIMEOUT
aid ACARS NOT RESPONDING UID
(K) (gRJ
00 @B)
rnJ GID

PRESS MENU KEY


JCOM-Il21

ACARS·
General
The ARINC Communication Address and Reporting System (ACARS) provides for data
communication between the aircraft and ground stations. The system comprises a Man-
agement Unit (MU) and a printer. ACARS is interfaced with the Flight Management System
(FMS), the Digital Flight Data Acquisition Unit (DFDAU), the Aircraft Condition Monitoring
System (ACMS) * and the Flight Warning System (FWS).
ACARS uses VHF COM 3 for communication. Consequently, VHF COM 3 cannot be used
for voice communication, unless selected via the ACARS VOICE / DATA switch on the
data switch panel. When VHF COM 3 is not available for communication, ACARS uses
SATCOM * for communication.
When ACARS receives data, this is annunciated by SELCAL.
ACARS can be controlled via the MIDU. When the MIDU is logged on to ACARS, the first
page that will be displayed is the ACARS Index page.
When a page displays a "PRINT >"-prompt in field 6R, that page can be printed by the
ACARS printer.
ACARS Index Page
The ACARS Index page provides access to all other ACARS pages. The page is dis-
played when the" < ACARS"-prompt is selected from the MCDU Menu page or when the
"< RETURN TO ACARS INDEX"-prompt is selected from any ACARS page.
ACARS INDEX
FLIGHT RECEIVED
aid <INIT MESSAGES> UID
(K) <WX REQ (gRJ
ETA
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rnJ <WINDS ALOFT REQ VOICE GID
(§D <FREE TEXT CONTACT> (§[J
rno MIse> (§B)

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1L < FLIGHT INIT - Provides access to the ACARS Initialization page.


2L < WX REQ - Provides access to the ACARS Weather Request page.
3L < NOTAMS REQ - Provides access to the ACARS NOTAMS Request page.
4L < WINDS ALOFT REQ - Provides access to the ACARS Winds Aloft Request
page.
5L < FREE TEXT - Provides access to the ACARS Telex Address Selection page.
1R RECEIVED MESSAGES > - Provides access to the ACARS Received Messages
Index page.
3R ETA - Allows entry of an Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA). This field is only dis-
played while the aircraft is airborne.
5R VOICE CONTACT> - Provides access to the ACARS Voice Contact page.
6R MISC > - Provides access to the Miscellaneous Menu of ACARS, which provides
access to the ACARS 0001 Status pages, the ACARS Data Frequency Selection
page and the ACARS Maintenance Index page.
ACARS Initialization Page
The ACARS Initialization page requires entry of the ACARS flight number, the origin, the
destination and the trip time. lATA and ICAO codes can be used for entry of the origin and
destination. When "REQ UTC UPDATE >" (3R) is selected, ACARS sends a message
that requests for time and date.

ACARS INIT
UTC
(ill 23:59:59 GID
ACARS FLT NO DATE
@J OOlJD 15JAN96 (g[l
ORIGIN REQ UTC
(ID [](JDD UPDATE> ~
DESTINATION TRIP TIME
(ID [](JDD DODD @ID
(§iJ
RETURN TO
iliID
(§lJ <ACARS INDEX PRINT> (§[J

JCOM.1J23

ACARS Weather Request Page


Via the ACARS Weather Request page a message can be sent that requests for the
weather at up to four airports. The airports can be entered in 1R through 4R using their
ICAO code. The weather request message is sent when LSK 6R is pressed. When the re-
quested weather data is received, ACARS prints the data.

ACARS WEATHER REQUEST


AIRPORTS
GID
(g[l
(]R)
@ID

RETURN TO
iliID
(§lJ <ACARS INDEX SEND> (§[J

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ACARS NOTAMS Request Page


Via the ACARS NOTAMS Request page a message can be sent that requests for the NO-
TAMS for one airport. The desired airport can be entered in 1L using its ICAO code. The
NOTAMS request message is sent when LSK 6R is pressed. When the requested NO-
TAMS data is received, ACARS prints the data.
ACARS NOTAMS REQUEST
AIRPORT

RETURN TO
~ <ACARS INDEX SEND> mID
JCOM-025

ACARS Winds Aloft Request Page


Via the ACARS Winds Aloft Request page a message can be sent that requests for the
winds aloft at up to four fixes. The fixes can be entered in 1R through 4R using their name
(e.g. "BANCS") or location (e.g. "48N122W"). The winds aloft request message Is sent
when LSK 6R is pressed. When the requested winds aloft data is received, ACARS prints
the data.
ACARS WIND ALOFT REQUEST
AT FIXES
em ---------- lIID
@J ---------- (gID
00 ----- ----- (@
(ID ---------- @B)
(]b) (§ID
RETURN TO
(ID <ACARS INDEX SEND> mID
JCOM·026

ACARS Telex Address Selection Page


Via the ACARS Telex Address Selection page, the address to send a free text message
to can be selected. The page provides for selection of a predefined address. The pre-
defined addresses that can be selected are: Operations ("OPS"), Engineering ("ENG"),
Maintenance ("MAl NT"), " DELAY" and "DIVERSION". Via " DELAY" a delay-report for
operations can be created. Via "DIVERSION" a diversion-report for operations can be
created. Selection of any of the predefined addresses displays the ACARS Telex page.
When "SITA ADDR >" (6R) is selected, the address can be entered manually on the
ACARS Telex page.

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ACARS TELEX ADDRESS


lE <OPS DELAY> (lID
(Xl <ENG DIVERSION> mID
CID <MAINT @ID
CID GID
(]C) @[)
RETURN TO
@ <ACARS INDEX SITA ADDR> (§Rl

JCOM·027

ACARS Telex Page


The ACARS Telex page provides for entry of a free text message. The message can be
entered via the scratchpad and can be transferred to any of the four text lines (2L through
5L) by pressing an LSK. When the scratchpad is full (Le. the 25th character has been en-
tered), the text is automatically transferred to the next free text line. When the LSK next to
a line of text is pressed, that line of text is either overwritten by the text entered in the
scratchpad or, when the scratchpad is empty, transferred to the scratch pad for editing.
When a predefined address was selected on the ACARS Telex Address Selection page,
the selected address is displayed just below the title field. When "SITA ADDR >" was se-
lected on the ACARS Telex Address Selection page, the desired SITA address can be
entered in 1L.
Before sending the free text message, it can be printed by pressing LSK 6A. The free text
message is sent when LSK 1R is pressed. After sending the message, the ACARS Telex
Address Selection page is displayed.
ACARS TELEX 1/ 2
AIRLINE OPS
lE EHAH SEND>
(Xl
CID
CID
(]C)
@ <ACARS INDEX PRINT>

JCOM-028

ACARS Voice Contact Page


Via the ACARS Voice Contact page, the address to send a voice contact request mes-
sage to can be selected. A voice contact request message is a message that requests a
party on the ground to contact the aircraft on a specified frequency. The predefined ad-
dresses that can be selected are: Operations ("OPS"), Engineering ("ENG") and Mainte-
nance ("MAINT"). Selection of any of the predefmed addresses displays the ACARS
Voice Contact Request page.

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ACARS VOICE CONTACT


[ill <OPS aID
ego <ENG (gRJ
00 <MAINT (@
CID @Rl
(§jJ (§ID
RETURN TO
(]I) <ACARS INDEX (§ID

JCOM·029

ACARS Voice Contact Request Page


Via the ACARS Voice Contact Request page a message can be sent that requests a party
on the ground to contact the aircraft on a specified frequency. The page allows entry of a
VHF frequency and a HF frequency. The party on the ground to which the message will
be sent is displayed in 1L. The voice contact request message is sent when LSK 6R is
pressed.
ACARS VOICE CONTACT REQ
AIRLINE OPS
[ill EHAH aID
ego (gRJ
ON VHF R
00 ON HF
mID
CID @Rl
(§jJ (§ID
RETURN TO
(]I) <ACARS INDEX SEND> (§ID

JCOM·030

ACARS Received Messages Index Page


The ACARS Received Messages Index page displays the titles of the messages that have
been received. Messages that have not been read yet are displayed in large font. Mes-
sages that have been read are displayed in small font.
When the LSK next to a message is pressed, the ACARS Message Display page is dis-
played.
A message is deleted when the DELETE key on the MIDU is pressed, followed by the
LSK next to the message.

ACARS REC MSGS


[ill <MESSAGE REPORT aID
ego <NOTAMS REPORT (gRJ
00 <WEATHER REPORT mID
CID @Rl
(§D (§ID
RETUR N TO
(]I) <ACARS INDEX (§ID

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ACARS Message Display Page


When the message selected on the ACARS Received Messages Index page is suitable
for display on the MIDU, the ACARS Message Display page displays the message.
When the message selected on the ACARS Received Messages Index page is not SUIt-
able for display on the MIDU, the ACARS Message Display page only displays a
"PRINT> "-prompt in 6R and the scratchpad displays a " MSG CAN ONLY BE
PRINTED" message.

ACARS MSG DISPLAY 1/2


MESSAGE REPORT
em THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF AN
UPLI NK MESSAGE TO THE
aID
(gb) CREW FORMATTED FOR (gBJ
DISPLAY ON THE MIDU .
00 THIS MESSAGE HAS @ID
ASSIGNED THE PRINT
CID FUNCTION TO LSK SR. @ID
(§D ------------------------ (§ID
RETURN TO
(ID <REC MSGS PRINT> mID
JCOM-032

ACARS 0001 Status Pages


There are three ACARS 0001 Status pages. The first page displays the times when the
status of the following ACARS OuVOff/Onlln (0001) logic changed:
- OUT: Doors closed and the parking brake released.
- RETURN IN: Aircraft returned to gate before take-off.
- OFF: Take-off.
- OUT HOLD: Parking brake set for more than 5 minutes after leaving gate and before
take-off.
- ON: Touchdown.
- ON WAIT: Parking brake set before door opened after touchdown.
- IN: Doors opened.
The second ACARS 0001 Status page displays the status of the sensor inputs of ACARS
and the last time that the sensor status changed. The third ACARS 0001 page displays
the status of the individual doors (open or closed) and the last time that the door status
changed.

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SATCOM*
General
The Satellite Communication (SATCOM) system provides for voice and data communica-
tion between the aircraft and the ground via satellites. The system has five channels,
which can be used simultaneously. One channel is shared by two handsets: one In the
flight deck and one in the utility area. The other four channels are allocated to the hand-
sets in the cabin, a facsimile machine and ACARS *
The SATCOM system comprises two external mounted antennas and a Satellite Data Unit
(SOU).
SATCOM can be controlled via the MIDU. When the MIDU is logged on to SATCOM, the
first page that will be displayed is the SATCOM Main Menu page. Before SATCOM can be
used, it has to be logged on to the SATCOM satellites. When SATCOM is not logged on,
all SATCOM pages display a " LOG-ON> "-prompt in SA. Selection of this prompt dis-
plays the SATCOM Log page.
The handsets in the flight deck and in the utility area can be used for both air-to-ground
and ground-to-air calling. Air-to-ground calls can only be initiated via the MIDU; a phone
number can be selected from the SATCOM directory or can be entered manually.
Ground-to-air calls are only received in the utility area. A call can be transferred to the
flight deck by picking up the handset in the flight deck. This disconnects the handset in
the utility area. A call can be transferred from the flight deck to the utility area by picking
up the handset in the utility area and subsequently placing the handset in the flight deck
back on its hook.
SATCOM Main Menu Page
The SATCOM Main Menu page provides access to all other SATCOM pages. The page is
displayed when the" < SATCOM"-prompt is selected from the MCDU Menu page or
when the" < RETURN"-prompt is selected from any SATCOM page.

SATCOM-MAIN MENU
-VOICEI-------PRIORIT Y- -
Gr) LABEL ACTION
STATUS
(]W <DIRECTORY ACTION2
-VOICE2----- - -PRIORITY--
(K) LABEL ACTION
STATUS
CKl <DIRECTORY ACTION2
(]b) <BITE OK LOG>
(].b) <CONFIG

JCOM·033

1L LABEL - The label of the phone number presently selected for use on voice chan-
nel 1. When the aircraft is called from the ground, " GROUND CALL" will be dis-
played for the duration of the call.
1R PRIORITY - The priority of the call placed via voice channel 1, as entered on the
SATCOM Number Entry page.
ACTION - The available action for voice channel 1, which can be "PLACE
CALL*", "END CALL*", "QUEUE CALL*", "ANSWER*" or "CLEAR
STATUS*". Which action is available, depends on the status of the call. The ac-
tion is performed when LSK 1R is pressed.
1L-1R STATUS - The status of voice channel 1 or of the call via voice channel 1. The
status can be "AVAILABLE", "NOT AVAILABLE", "CABIN USE", "CALL IN
QUEUE", "GND CALL", "IN PROGRESS", "ADDR COMPLETE", "ANSWERED",
"CALL ENDED", "CALL REEMPTED", "SIGNAL LOST" or, if the call fails, a fault
code.
2L < DIRECTORY - Provides access to the SATCOM Directory pages.

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2R ACTION 2 - The other available action for voice channel 1, which can be either
"REEMPT*" (terminate a call being made from the cabin) or "REJECT*" (reject
a call from the ground). The action is performed when LSK 2R is pressed.
Fields 3L through 4R are identical to fields 1L through 2R, except that they apply to voice
channel 2.
5L < BITE OK or < BITE FAIL - Provides access to the SATCOM System BITE
Status pages.
5R LOG> - Provides access to the SATCOM Log page.
6L < CON FIG - Provides access to the SATCOM Config pages.
NOTE: When a voice channel is not available for use, the associated fields are blank.
SATCOM Directory Pages
The ten SATCOM Directory pages list the labels of the phone numbers that are stored in
the SATCOM directory. Each page can display ten labels of the one hundred that can be
stored in the SATCOM directory. Dashes ("---") are displayed when a label has not been
defined yet. When the LSK next to a label or next to dashes is pressed, the SATCOM
Number Entry page is displayed.
Another SATCOM Directory page can be displayed using the NEXT and PREV page keys.

SATCOM-DIRECTORY 3/1B
Cill <EURO ATS EURO OPNS> aID
CKl <us ATS US OPNS> (gBJ
00 <AUS ATS AUS ATC> (]BJ
(ill <SIN ATS -------> @ID
(]g <------- -------> (§ill
(§b) <RETURN (§ID

JCOM-034

SATCOM Number Entry Page


The SATCOM Number Entry page displays the definition of the label selected on the SAT-
COM Directory page, or, when a field containing dashes has been selected on the SAT-
COM Directory page, allows definition of a label. The definition of a label consists of the
label itself, the phone number, the network ID and the priority of calls to the phone num-
ber. The priority can be "EMERGENCY:", "OPNL HIGH:", "OPNL LOW:" or "APC-
CABIN:".
When a new label has been defined or when the definition of a label has been modified,
"*STORE" is displayed in 4L When selected, the label and its definition are stored in the
SATCOM directory. Prior to modification of a defined label "*DELETE" is displayed in 4L
When selected, the label and its definition are deleted from the SATCOM directory.
Via the "*USE"-prompt in 5L the displayed phone number can be selected for use on the
voice channel for which the SATCOM Directory page was accessed. When selected, the
SATCOM MAIN MENU is displayed with the label of the selected phone number in 1L or
3L

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SAT COM NUMBER ENTRY


LABEL 23
AUS ATS
PHONE-
~~1-61-S-S95-16S8
NETWORK ID PRIORITY
1 OPNL LOW:
GES PREF
-STORE 110/---/---/---
-USE
00 <RETURN

JCOM-Q35

SATCOM Log Page


The SATCOM Log page provides for logging on to and logging off from the SATCOM sat-
ellites. SATCOM can be logged on to only one satellite at a time. Log on can be auto-
matic or user commanded. The page is displayed when the "LOG> "-prompt is selected
from the SATCOM Main Menu page or when the "LOG-ON > "-prompt is selected from
any SATCOM page.

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ACARS / SATCOM ISSUE 001

MULTI-INPUT INTERACTIVE DISPLAY UNIT


LOCATION: PEDESTAL

NEXT BRT
- Press to display next page Of a - Press to Increase brightness of
group of pages (if relevant). the display.
PREY DIM
- Press to display previous page Of - Press to decrease brighness of
a group of pages (if relevant). the display.
NOTE: When the displayed page is
part of a group of pages, a
page number is displayed In
the title field.

TITLE FIELD
- - - - - -1- - - - - -
1
1
Allows insertion of a memory 1
LEFT FIELD 1
cartridge from whiCh sottware or
1
data can be loaded Into MIDU's
1
memory.
1
1

The title field provides for:


- Page Identification.
- Display of the page number (If
relevant). Press momentarily to:
The left and right fields provide for. - Transfer data from scratchpad to
- Display 01 the line pairs with data selected line.
and symbols. - Display an other page as
The scratch pad provides for: identified by selected line.
- Entry of data via the keyboards. - Execute a function as indicated by
- Display of messages. selected line.

JCO M-018

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ACARS ! SA TCOM ISSUE 002

MULTI-INPUT INTERACTIVE DISPLAY UNIT (CONTINUED)

Press to display the MCDU Menu Depress relevant keys momentarily to


page. enter desired data into scratch pad.

li
L.!...)/'-"'-' CD CD CD CD CD CIJ IT) MENU (green)

@J~CDCJCD@~~ - A system requests the pilot to


log on to it. The MIDU therefore
~
a
reqiJests the pilot to press the
MCDU MENU
!---,..--'> ' I §J <ACARS <ACT> B MENU key.
FAIL (amber)
B
II <ACMS

<5n <REa> ~
- MIDU failure.

ej~
I--J....-,Vi ·] ~ MAINT> y~j]
Press to:
CTIITJITJITJCDCDCDCTICOCD - Clear the last charaC1er entered in
the scratch pad (short push).
CTICDwmCIlCTIITJITJITJ - Clear all characters ent'ered in the

m mmCOCDCD0 scratchpad (long push).


- Clear a message displayed in the
scartchpad.

scratch pad. When a LSK is


Depress relevant keys momentarily to subsequently pressed, the contents
enter desired data into scratchpad. of the field next to it Is deleted.

JCOM-Ot9

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ACARS / SATCOM ISSUE 002

DATA SWITCH PANEL


LOCATION: PEDESTAL

ACARS VOICE / DATA SWITCH


(guarded)

DATA
- VHF COM 3 can be used for
ACARS data communication.
VOICE
- VHF COM 3 can be used for
voice communication.

JCOM·037

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ISSUE 007

MEGAPHONE CAUTION:
WHEN RELEASING THE ANTENNA, HOLD
A megaphone is provided in the cabin. It can ELT SO THAT ANTENNA SWINGS AWAY
be used in case of evacuation and when the FROM ALL PERSONNEL AND
PA-system is inoperative. OBSTRUCTIONS.
ELT SYSTEMS When activated, the ELT transmits on 121.5
and 243 MHz simultaneously. Operating
Fixed System (type 1, 2 and 3)* time, in water or with the liquid container
The Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) is filled with water, is 48 hours (minimum).
a radio beacon that is automatically activated Detailed operating instructions are given on
by the deceleration forces encountered dur- an instruction plate affixed to the red trans-
ing a crash. mitter cover.
It can also be activated manually via the ELT Portable System (type 2) *
p/b located on the ELT panel.
When activated, the ELT transmits on 121.5, The portable ELT, installed in the cabin, is a
243 and 406 MHz * simultaneously. ELT compact radio beacon. The ELT can be acti-
transmission is indicated on the ELT panel. vated manually via a control switch installed
Operating time is 48 hours (minimum). on top of it. When activated, the ELT trans-
The ELT can be reset or tested via the ELT mits on 121.5, 243 and 406 MHz. Operating
p/b, or, if installed, the AUTOTEST / RESET time is 48 hours (minimum). During use, the
button. ELT should be held or installed in a vertical
The ELT transmits during test. position, preferably in a cleared area and as
high as possible.
Fixed System (type 4)*
Portable System (type 3) *
The Emergency Locator transmitter (ELT) is
a radio beacon that is automatically activated The portable ELT, installed in the cabin, is a
by the deceleration forces encountered dur- compact radio beacon. The unit consists of a
ing a crash. transmitter, a power supply module, a back
It can also be activated manually via the ELT up antenna, and a metal strap.
switch located on the ELT panel. With the control switch in the ARMED posi-
When activated the ELT transmits on 121.5, tion, the ELT is automatically activated by
243 and 406 MHz simultaneously. deceleration forces encountered during a
ELT transmission is indicated on the ELT crash. With the control switch in the ON posi-
panel. tion, the ELT is manually activated. When
The 406 MHz transmitter will operate for 24 activated, the ELT transmits on 121.5, 243
hours and then shuts down automatically. and 406 MHz. Operating time is 60 hours
The 121.5 and 243 MHz transmitter will con- (minimum).
tinue to operate at least 72 hours. Detailed operating instructions are given on
The ELT transmits during test. an instruction plate affixed to the ELT.

Portable System (type 1) * Portable System (type 4) *


The portable ELT radio beacon, installed in The portable ELT radio beacon, installed in
the cabin, is a compact, buoyant, automatic the cabin, is a compact, buoyant, automatic
unit. The unit consists of a transmitter, a bat- unit. The unit consists of a transmitter, a
tery, an antenna, a liquid container and a lan- power supply module, an antenna, and a lan-
yard. The ELT is automatically activated and yard.
the antenna is automatically erected, when With the control switch in the AUTO position,
the unit is immersed in water or a water the ELT is automatically activated by decel-
based fluid. eration forces encountered during a crash.
To activate the ELT on land, the antenna has The ELT can also be activated manually via
to be released from its clip, the liquid con- the control switch. When activated, the ELT
tainer has to be removed and filled with transmits on 121.5, 243 and 406 Mhz. Oper-
water or a water based fluid, the battery ating time is 48 hours (minimum).
housing has to be placed into the liquid con- Detailed operating instructions are given on
tainer, and the unit has to be placed upright. an instruction plate affixed to the ELT.
NOTE: Activation of an ELT system is
restricted to aviation emergencies
only. Unlawful operation will be
penalized.

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ISSUE 007

ELT PANEL (TYPE 1)


LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL

EMERGENCY LOCATOR
TRANSMITTER P/B (guarded)

Normal (blank)
- ELT not manually activated.
ON (white)
- ELT manually activated.

ELT PANEL (TYPE 2)


LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL

EMERGENCY LOCATOR
TRANSMITTER P/B (guarded)

Normal (blank)
- ELT not activated.
ELT
- ELT is transmitting.
ON (white)
- ELT manually activated.

JCOM–011/C

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ISSUE 004

ELT PANEL (TYPE 3)


LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL

AUTOTEST / RESET BUTTON EMERGENCY LOCATOR


TRANSMITTER P/B (quarded)
Depress momentarily to:
– Initiate a two–second ELT selftest,
Normal (blank)
provided the ELT is not transmitting.
– ELT not activated.
– Stop ELT transmission.
ELT (amber)
– Cancel a flashing ELT indication.
– ELT is transmitting.
ELT (amber, flashing)
– Failure detected during ELT selftest.
ON (white)
– ELT manually activated.

ELT PANEL (TYPE 4)


LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL

EMERGENCY LOCATOR
ARTEX TRANSMITTER LIGHT
ELT
Blank (normal)
– ELT not transmitting.
EMERGENCY USE ONLY

RED (flashing)
– ELT is transmitting.

ON

ARM
EMERGENCY LOCATOR
TRANSMITTER SWITCH (red)

ON
TEST/RESET – ELT manually activated.
PRESS ON ARM
WAIT 1 SECOND – ELT armed.
PRESS ARM NOTE: To test or reset the ELT:
– Select ON;
– Wait one second;
– Select ARM.

JCOM–013/A

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ISSUE 004

PORTABLE ELT (TYPE 1) *

OPENING FOR ANTENNA

FREE END OF LANYARD

ANTENNA

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

ANTENNA RETAINING CLIP

LIQUID CONTAINER
PAPER HOLDING TAPE

LANYARD ASSEMBLY

BATTERY HOUSING

JCOM–012/A

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&20081,&$7,216<67(06 3$*(
(0(5*(1&<&20081,&$7,21 9(56,21 
,668( 

PORTABLE ELT (TYPE 2)*

ANTENNA

ANTENNA RETAING CLIPS

ANTENNA CONNECTOR

CONTROL SWITCH

MAN/RESET
- ELT active.
OFF
- ELT off.
AUTO
- ELT will automatically be activated
by the deceleration forces
encountered during a crash.
NOTE: The AUTO position is intended
for use of the ELT as a fixed
system.

CONNECTOR FOR USE OF ELT AS


FIXED SYSTEM
VIEW A

JCOM–017

 $20)2..(5$20)2..(5 


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&20081,&$7,216<67(06 3$*(
(0(5*(1&<&20081,&$7,21 9(56,21 
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PORTABLE ELT (TYPE 3) *

METAL STRAP

BACK UP ANTENNA

CONTROL SWITCH (pull and move)

ARMED
- ELT will automatically be activated
by the deceleration forces
encountered during a crash.
OFF
- ELT off.
ON
- ELT manually activated.
TRANSMIT LIGHT

A OFF TX
R O
M N
E EXT. ANT. CONNECTOR FOR USE OF
D
ELT AS FIXED SYSTEM

BACK UP ANT. REMOTE CONTROL EXT. ANT.

SWITCH OFF FOR MAINTENANCE

VIEW A

BACK UP ANTENNA CONNECTOR CONNECTOR FOR USE OF


ELT AS FIXED SYSTEM

JCOM-074

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EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION VERSION 01
ISSUE 001

EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER (TYPE 4) *

LANYARD

ANTENNA

CONNECTOR FOR USE OF


ELT AS FIXED SYSTEM

CONTROL SWITCH
TX
AUTO
- ELT will automatically be activated
by the deceleration forces
AUTO encountered during a crash.
A O
N F OFF
T TX F - ELT off.
ON ON
ELT active.

TRANSMIT LIGHT

VIEW A

ANTENNA CONNECTOR

JEQP-037

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.03.04
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS PAGE 1
VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM VERSION 01
ISSUE 001

GENERAL Video Surveillance System (type 2) *


The aircraft is equipped with a Video Sur- DISPLAY UNIT
veilance System (VSS). The VSS provide
live video images of the flight deck door The display unit, located in the pedestal,
entrance area to the flight deck. This allows diplays video images received from the
the flight crew to visually identify persons selected camera.
requesting access to the flight deck.
The system comprises: SYSTEM CONTROLS
- a display unit,
- two cameras, The system is controlled by means of a con-
- system controls. trol panel. This panel is located in the pedes-
tal. A power switch is provided. The camera
CAMERAS select switch (CAM SEL) selects camera 1 or
camera 2. The system can be forced into
The two cameras are installed in the standby mode by depressing the STDBY
entrance area, one camera above galley 1 button. The system will wake if either the
and one in the entrance ceiling. Both cam- CAM SEL or the STDBY controls are manip-
era’s have a swiveling capabilty to achieve ulated. The system goes automatically into
the desired camera angle. the standby mode after 5 minutes of inactiv-
ity. A brightness control is provided (DIM).
Video Surveillance System (type 1) *
NOTE: Power to the cameras is interrupted
DISPLAY UNIT during standby mode.
The display unit, located on the back wall
behind the captain’s seat, diplays video
images received from the selected camera.
A light is provided to indicte the status of the
system. Brightness and contrast controls are
provided; two knobs for manual adjustments
and a light sensor for automatic adjustment
of the video signals. The display unit
switches automatically to a standby mode
after approx. 5 min of inactivity. Depressing
the camera select button within 120 seconds
activates the display unit again and displays
images from the last selected camera. After
120 seconds image of camera 1 will be dis-
played.
NOTE: Power to the cameras is not inter-
rupted during standby mode.

SYSTEM CONTROLS
System controls are installed at the pedestal
adjecent to the F-DK DOOR LOCK p/b, to
switch the system ON or OFF, and select one
of the two cameras

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ISSUE 001

DISPLAY UNIT (TYPE 1) *


LOCATION: FLIGHT DECK BACK WALL
BEHIND CAPTAIN’S SEAT

LIGHT SENSOR STATUS LIGHT

Blank
- System manually switched off, or
power failure.
ON (green)
- System manually switched on
and operational.
ON (green; flashing)
- System failure.

BRIGHTNESS CONTROL KNOB

CONTRAST CONTROL KNOB

JCOM-076

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ISSUE 001

SYSTEM CONTROLS (TYPE 1) *


LOCATION: PEDESTAL

VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM P/B CAMERA SELECT BUTTON

Normal (blank) Depress monentaily to select one of


– System operative. the two cameras for video images at
OFF (blue) the display unit.
– System manuallly switched off.

VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM


CAM SELECT

JCOM–077

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VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM VERSION 01
ISSUE 001

VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM CONTROL PANEL


SYSTEM CONTROLS (TYPE 2) *
LOCATION: PEDESTAL

POWER SWITCH

ON
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL KNOB
- System operative.
OFF
Rotate to the select the desired display
- System manually switched off.
unit brightness.

POWER CAM SEL


ON 1 2 STDBY DIM

OFF
COCKPIT ENRTY VIDEO
- +

CAMERA SELECT SWITCH STANDBY BUTTON

1 Depress the button to forced the


- Camera 1 selected for video images system into standby.
at the display unit. To wake the system from the standby
2 mode, depress the button again.
- Camera 2 selected for video images NOTE: The system goes automatically
at the display unit. into the standby mode after 5
NOTE: If the system is in the standby minutes of inactivity.
mode the system will wake
when the select switch is
manipulated.

JCOM–078

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.04.00
OXYGEN PAGE 1
CONTENTS VERSION 01
ISSUE 001

1.04.01 Fixed Oxygen Systems


- Flight Deck
- Cabin
- Oxygen Bottle
- Oxygen Mask and Container
- Pax Oxygen Panel

1.04.02 Loose Equipment


- Flight Deck
- Cabin
- Smoke Hood
- Flight Deck Portable Oxygen Bottle
- Cabin Portable Oxygen Bottle

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FIXED OXYGEN SYSTEMS VERSION 01
ISSUE 005

FLIGHT DECK CABIN


The flight deck is equipped with: Above each row of seats two oxygen units
- One oxygen bottle. are installed, one on each side of the aisle.
- Three oxygen masks. Each unit contains one chemical oxygen
generator with three masks. The units above
Oxygen Bottle
the triple seats contain three or four
The oxygen bottle, which supplies oxygen to masks * . Additional units are located above
the oxygen masks, is mounted aft of the first each attendant station and in the toilet com-
officer's side panel. A pressure reducer, a partment(s).
pressure indicator and an ON/OFF knob are Controls and indicators at the flight deck are
fitted on the top of the bottle. The pressure located at the PAX OXYGEN panel. At a
indicator will show the oxygen bottle pres- cabin altitude of approx 14 000 ft, the mask
sure irrespective of the position of the ON/ drop-out system is activated automatically.
OFF knob. The oxygen bottle pressure is a The system can also be activated manually
nominal 1850 psi. Should the pressure in the with the MAN OVRD p/b. The SYS ACTV
bottle become excessive, all oxygen will be light comes on when the oxygen masks are
relieved overboard through a discharge line released. In case of a drop-out, the no smok-
on the RH side of the aircraft. ing signs will be automatically activated.
Oxygen Masks Each unit can also be opened manually with
a pointed object. Pulling any mask will start
The three flight crew oxygen masks are of the supply of oxygen to all masks of that unit
the quick-donning, inflatable harness type for 12 minutes minimum. Oxygen flow cannot
and are stowed in a container. The mask can be stopped once a mask has been pulled.
be donned with one hand. Two containers The masks are provided with a flow indicator.
are installed in the side consoles; the third is
located at the observer's station. CAUTION:
A regulator in each mask provides, by selec- WHEN, IN NORMAL CONDITIONS, A RED
tion, for three oxygen supply modes: INDICATION IS SEEN IN THE DOOR OF
- Normal; diluter oxygen on demand. THE UNIT, IT WILL FAIL TO OPEN IN CASE
- 100%; 100 per cent oxygen on demand. OF DECOMPRESSION.
- Emergency; 100 per cent oxygen with
overpressure.
When stowed in the container, the oxygen
flow to the regulator can be tested by select-
ing TEST on the container. Each mask is
equipped with a microphone.
NOTE: When the mask is used, the hand
and boom microphones are inopera-
tive. After use, the doors of the con-
tainer must be closed and RESET
must be selected in order to regain
communication via the hand and
boom micophones.

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FIXED OXYGEN SYSTEMS VERSION 01
ISSUE 005

OXYGEN BOTTLE
LOCATION: AFT OF THE FIRST OFFICER’S SIDE PANEL
PRESSURE INDICATOR

VIEW A

OFF ON

ONN/OFF KNOB

Rotate to supply oxygen to


the masks.
OVERBOARD RELIEF

TO OXYGEN MASKS

JOXY-001

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PAGE 3
OXYGEN OXYGEN
VERSION 01
FIXED OXYGEN SYSTEMS FIXED OXYGEN SYSTEMS ISSUE 003

OXYGEN MASK AND CONTAINER (TYPE 1)


LOCATION: LH/RH SIDE CONSOLES AND OBSERVER'S STATION

HARNESS INFLATION LEVER

FLOW INDICATOR

Shows a yellow cross when oxygen is


RESET 1TEST LEVER flowing to the mask.
(spring loaded to upward position)

Move downwards to:


- test oxygen flow to the mask, or
- reset (i.e. cut off) oxygen flow to
the mask after use of the mask.
NOTE: Resetting the oxygen flow
also restores communication
via the hand and boom mikes.

SMOKE GOGGLE VENT VALVE

The vent valve can be opened by


sliding it down.
When smoke googles are in use and
the emergency flow selector is set to
EMERGENCY, the open vent valve
HARNESS allows oxygen to flow into the smoke
(shown Inflated) goggles, thus clearing them of gas,

UNLOCK LEVER

Depress to release N/100% lever


from 100% position.

NORMAL 1100% LEVER

NORMAL
- Provides a mixture of ambient air
with oxygen on demand.
100%
- Push to supply 100 per cent
oxygen on demand.
NOTE: At 30 000 ft cabin altitude the
flow in both modes will be
100 percent.

A EMERGENCY FLOW SELECTOR

EMERGENCY
- Rotate to supply 100 per cent
oxygen continuous with
Squeeze and hold to inflate the overpressure, provided the
harness, thus enabling donning of NORMAL 1100% lever is set to
the mask. Squeezing the levers while 100%
the mask is stowed in the container,
PRESS TO TEST
unlocks the container doors.
- Press to check oxygen flow.
NOTE: The harness deflates when
the levers are released. JOXY-00219

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FIXED OXYGEN SYSTEMS ISSUE 003

OXYGEN MASK AND CONTAINER (TYPE 2)


TEST I RESET SWITCH
LOCATION: LHIRH SIDE CONSOLES AND OBSERVER' S STAl lON
Press to:
- test oxygen flow to the mask, or
- reset (i.e. cut off) oxygen flow to
the mask after use ofthe mask.

FLOW INDICATOR NOTE: Resetting the oxygen flow


also restores communication
Shows a yellow star when oxygen is via the hand and boom mikes.
flowing to the mask.

OXYGEN.QN FLAG

HARNESS Flag (white)


-(Shown inflated) - TEST I RESET switch is pressed
to test oxygen flow to the mask.
- Container doors haven been closed
after use of the mask, but oxygen
flow to the mask has not been
reset
NOTE: The flag disappears when
oxygen flow to the mask is
reset

SMOKE GOGGLES VENT VALVE AND


VENT VALVE ACTUATION LEVER

The vent valve can be opened by


depressing the actuation lever.
The actuation lever is depressed
, when smoke goggles are in use.
Provided the control knob is set to
EMER, the open vent valve allows
oxygen to flow into the smoke
goggles, thus clearing them of gas, REGULATOR~
smoke and fog.

CONTROL KNOB

NORM
- A mixture of ambient air and
oxygen is supplied on demand.
NOTE: At 33 000 It cabin altitude the
flow in the NORM mode will
be 100 per cent.
HARNESS INFLATION BUTTON (red)
VIEwA 100%
Press and hold the button to inflate - 100 per cent oxygen is supplied
the harness, thus enabling donning on demand.
of the mask. EMER
NOTE: The harness deflates when - 100 per cent oxygen is supplied
the button is released. with overpressure.

JOXY-013

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PAX OXYGEN PANEL


LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL

MANUAL OVERRIDE P/B


(guarded)

Depress to activate the passenger


oxygen system manually.

....===; PAX OXYGEN - -

SYSTEM ACTIVATED LIGHT

Normal (blank)
- System nol activated.
SYS ACTV (whHe)
- Passenger oxygen system
activated automatically or
manually.

JOXY-003

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FLIGHT DECK CABIN


Smoke Hood Portable Oxygen Bottles
A smoke hood is stowed on the wall be· Portable oxygen bottles are installed in
hind the first officers seat. The smoke the cabin. Eaoh bottle is fitted with an
hood is a closed breathing apparatus de· ON/OFF knob, a pressure indicator, a
signed to protect the wearer's eyes and demand regulator (optional), one or two
respiratory tract in an irrespirable atmos· (optional) constant flow oxygen masks
phere by essentially isolating the brea· and a carrying strap. Each bottle has a
thing functions from the environment nominal pressure of 1800 psi. A mask
Isolation is obtained by a hood which en- can be plugged in either the constant
velopes the head of the wearer and pro- HIGH flow, or the oonstant LOW flow
vides a demand-based chemical air re- outlet or in the optional single oonstant
generation system. Oxygen is supplied flow outlet. Without a mask plugged in,
and carbon dioxide and water vapor are there will be no flow from the outlet.
removed for at least 15 minutes. De- Should the pressure in the bottle become
pending on the type of smoke hood, ac- excessive, all oxygen will be relieved.
tuation is accomplished: WARNING:
- as the adjustment straps are pulled; USE OF A PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLE
or, WITHOUT A FULL FACE MASK IN CASE
- by pulling the cord or ring; or, OF SMOKE WILL NOT PREVENT THE
- automatically. USER FROM INHALING SMOKE.
Initial oxygen supply is accompanied by
a sligthly hissing sound. This initial Smoke Hoods *
oxygen supply will fill the smoke hood. Flight deck type smoke hoods are op-
An acoustio diagram (if installed) im- tionally provided in the oabln.
proves the communication oapability.
WARNING:
AS THE HOOD DEFLATES AFTER A
CERTAIN PERIOD OF USE, FULL INHA-
LATION BECOMES INCREASINGLY DIF-
FICULT. IN THAT CASE THE HOOD
MUST BE REMOVED. SUFFOCATION
MAY OCCUR IF THE HOOD IS USED
WITHOUT OXYGEN SUPPLY.
Smoke Goggles
A pair of smoke goggles is installed next
to each oxygen mask oontainer in the
side oonsole. The smoke goggles for the
observer are looated behind the first of-
fioer's seat.
Portable Oxygen Bottle *
A portable oxygen bottle, if installed. is
stowed on the wall behind the first of-
ficer's seat and provides 100 per cent
oxygen for at least 15 minutes. A full face
mask is plugged in. The bottle is fitted
with an ON/OFF knob, a pressure indica-
tor a demand regulator and a oarrying
strap. Should the pressure in the bottle
become exoessive, all oxygen will be re-
lieved.
NOTE: A constant flow outlet is provided
in which a separate constant flow
oxygen mask can be plugged in.

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SMOKE HOOD (TYPE 1)

ADJUSTMENT SlRAPS
(PULL TO ACTIVATE)

JOXY-004IA

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SMOKE HOOD (TYPE 2) *

JOXY-0051A

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SMOKE HOOD (TYPE 3) *

OXYGEN GENERATOR
ASSEMBLY

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SMOKE HOOD (TYPE 4 )·

CO2 FILTER

LEAR VISOR

AUTOMATIC ACTIVATION LEVER


JOXY-012

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FLIGHT DECK PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLE·

ONlOFFKNOB RELIEF VALVE

Rotate counterclockwfse to supply


oxygen to the mask(I}.

CONSTANT FLOW OUTLET


PRESSURE INDICATOR

DEMAND REGULATOR

-..
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/

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CABIN PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLE (TYPE 1)

ON/OFF KNOB
CONSTANT lOW flOW OUTlET
Rotate COuQlerclockWlse to supply
oxygen 10 Ihe mask(s).

CONSTANT HIGH flOW OUTlET

INSTRUCTION PLATE

CONSTANT flOW OXYGEN MASK(S)

OXYGEN MASKS

JOXY-008lA

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CABIN PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLE (TYPE 2) *

ONlOFFKNOB

Rotate counterclockwise to supply


oxygen to the mask(s).

FLOWOunET

CONSTANT FLOW OXYGEN MASK(S)

OxYGEN MASI<S

JOXY·009/A

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CABIN PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLE (TYPE 3)*

CONSTANT FLOW OUTLET

ON/OFF KNOB

ROlate counterclockwise to suPPly


oxygen to the mask.

CONSTANT FLOW OXYGEN MASK

JOXY-Ql0/A

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VERSION 01
CONTENTS ISSUE 001

1.05.01 Right Warning System


- General
- Alert Lights
- Messages and Procedures
- Aural Alerts
- Alert Priorities
- Alert Inhibition
- Backup Mode
- System Test
- MWL, MCl, Autoland Caution Light
- MFDS Control Panel
- LH MFDU
- RH MFDU
- Avionics Panel
- Test Panel
- Standby Annunciator Panel
- FWS Controlled System Alerts

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GENERAL For each system described in chapter 1,


the FWS controlled system alerts are
The main component of the Flight Warn- shown at the alerts pages in the respec-
ing. System (FWS) is a two·channel Flight tive subsections.
Warning Computer (FWC). The FWC pro-
cesses failure conditions and aircraft ALERT LIGHTS
system data into visual and aural alerts,
procedures and memo and status mess- Master Warning and Caution Lights
ages. MWl and MCl, installed at the glare-
NOTE: Stall, ground proximity and wind- shield in front of each pilot, annunciate
shear * warnings are not pro- level 3 and level 2 alerts respectively.
cessed in the FWC. The flashing lights are cancelled when
the fault is corrected or when the rele-
Visual alerts can be presented via Mas- vant master light is depressed.
ter Warning Lights (MWl), Master Cau- Two level 3 annunciations cannot be
tion Lights (MCl), autoland caution lights, cancelled by depressing either MWl:
local lights and the Multifunction Display - the take-oft-configuration alerts; see
System (MFDS). Aural alerts, which com- section Flight Controls.
prise attention-getting chimes and dedi- - the landing-gear-not-down alert; see
cated aurals, are presented via the f1ight- section landing Gear.
deck loudspeakers and headsets. Proce-
dures and memo and status messages NOTE: The landing-gear-not·down alert
are presented by MFDS only. can be can¢elled when flaps::s
Some failure conditions are routed to 23 deg. *
both the FWC and the Standby Annunci- Autoland Caution Lights
ator Panel (SAP). The SAP enables auto-
matic backup annunciation in the event The autoland caution lights, located at
the FWC fails completely. the glareshield, are dedicated to failures
during and involving automatic landings.
Alert levels Either autoland caution light can be de-
Next to the dedicated alerts (some aurals pressed to cancel the annunciation. See
and the autoland caution light), the FWC section AFGlAS.
classifies the alerts in three levels ac- local Lights
cording to urgency and/or priority of the
required action: The nature and/or location of a failure is
level 3 alerts require immediate correc- presented by a local light. The lights are
tive or compensatory action by the pilot. cancelled when the fault is corrected.
The presentation comprises a repetitive Corrective action to a fault that is
triple chime, two flashing red MWl's and presented by a light integrated with a p/b
an MFDU alert message in red. Engine- is accomplished by depressing that p/b.
related level 3 alerts are accompanied local lights are installed at the overhead
by a white light in the relevant fuel lever. panel and at the main instrument panel.
Engine and APU fire are also indicated Dimming
by a red light at the respective fire pa-
nels. All alert lights, except MWl, MCl and
level 2 alerts require immediate pilot auto land caution lights, have two bright-
awareness and subsequent corrective or ness levels: bright and dim. A brightness
compensatory action. The presentation selector is located at the f1lght-deck-
comprises a double chime, two flashing lighting panel (see section Lights). Any
amber MCl's, an MFDU alert message new level 3 or level 2 alert is presented
in amber and, if applicable, the relevant bright, irrespective of the position of the
amber local Iight(s). brightness selector: After depressing the
level 1 alerts require pilot awareness relevant master light, the light reverts to
(which might require action). The presen- the selected level. level 1 lights come
tation comprises a single chime, an on bright or dim, as selected. When
MFDU alert message in amber and/or electrical power is applied to the system,
the relevant amber local Iight(s). level 1 annunciator lights come on bright and
alerts are not annunciated by MWl or are automatically dimmed after 15
MCL. minutes * , irrespective of the position of
the brightness selector.
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Brightness control will be available after NOTE: Red messages cannot be


selecting the reset position momentarily. removed.
Memo Messages
MESSAGES AND PROCEDURES
Memo messages, displayed in blue,
Information supplied by the FWC is serve as a reminder and require no ac--
presented by the Multifunction Display tion. Memo messages can only be
System (MFDS). The MFDS consists of presented when less than eleven alerts
two Multifunction Display Units (MFDU) at messages are presented.
the main instrument panel and a control
panel at the pedestal. After power-up, the Procedures
LH MFDU will show the primary page The procedure of the alert message with
and the RH MFDU the secondary page. the highest priority is automatically
The primary page will present alert presented at the secondary page. If
messages, memo messages and the pri· space is available, a maximum of two
mary engine parameters. The secondary procedures can be displayed. Proce-
page can present procedures, status dures comprise action and advisory
messages, the secondary engine para- lines. The action line to be executed is
meters, APU parameters" and weather preceded by a pOinter. Operation of the
radar information" . In the event the LH advance switch moves the pointer to the
MFDU fails, the primary page is auto· next action line and changes the colour
matically displayed at the RH MFDU. In of the executed p~cedure step from
this case, the secondary page can be white to green. Whe the last step has
displayed by pressing the transfer button. been executed, the p ·ocedure·completed
However, the secondary page cannot be symbol will be shown. The procedure
displayed if an alert concerning a pri· can now be removed via the advance
mary engine parameter is shown. For the switch or the status p/b.
description of engine and APU parame· If, while working through a procedure, a
ters, see sections Power Plant and APU higher priority alert occurs, the asso·
respectively. For a description of the ciated procedure is automatically
weather radar display, see subsection presented, removing the procedure that
Weather Radar. is being dealt with. After completion of
Alert Messages the procedure with higher priority, the
removed procedure is displayed again
Alert messages appear in red (level 3) or as it was at the time of removal.
amber (levels 2 and 1) and will be
presented in order of descending priority. NOTE: The procedures as presented by
A maximum of eleven alert messages MFDS are basic items only; the
can be displayed. The last incoming alert complete procedures can be
message is indicated by a pointer. Alert found in the appropriate chapters
messages are automatically withdrawn of AFM, AOM and QRH.
when the fault is corrected. In the unlikely Status Messages
event that more than eleven alert meso
sages exist, as indicated by a "PAGE 1" Failed systems or switched-off systems
annunciation, the cancel button can be result, if operationally relevant, in status
operated to remove the presented amber messages. The existence of status
alert messages in order to display the messages is also dependent on the ac·
amber alert messages of page 2. When tual flight phase of the aircraft. If there
all existing amber alert messages are are status messages, as indicated on the
removed with the cancel button, a "MSG primary page, they can be displayed by
CANCELLED" annunciation is displayed. depressing the status page p/b. The
The removed amber alert messages can status page is displayed automatically on
be restored in order of descending the ground when the parking brake is set
priority with the recall button. or both engines are out.
It a new amber message is generated
when all amber alert messages are can-
celled, the new message will be
presented (until removed via the cancel
button, as required).
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AURAL ALERTS An alert in progress is interrupted when an


alert of a higher priority has to be generated.
Attention Getting Chimes When the overruling alert is cancelled, the
Aural alerts for levels 3, 2 and 1 are atten- interrupted alert comes again.
tion-getting chimes; they identify the level of NOTE: Local lights are not subject to prior-
urgency. The level 3 alert, which is annunci- ity.
ated by a repetitive chime, is cancelled when
the fault is corrected or when either MWL is ALERT INHIBITION
depressed.
The repetitive chime due to an unsafe take- All FWC-processed alerts are subject to alert
off configuration cannot be cancelled by inhibition. Alert inhibition takes place in order
depressing either MWL, nor can the repeti- to prevent alert presentation during flight
tive chime assosiated with the landing-gear- phases with a high workload and when a pri-
not-down alert (except * when flaps < 23 mary failure causes a consequential failure.
deg).
Flight Phases
Dedicated Aurals
The FWC determines the actual flight phase
The FWC provides also dedicated aural of the aircraft:
alerts that cannot be cancelled by depress- - phase 1 from electrical power on to first
ing either master light: engine on;
- Cavalry charge: autopilot disengage- - phase 2 from first engine on until selec-
ment. tion of TO power;
- Whooler: stabilizer in motion due to stab - phase 3 from TO power to 80 kt;
trim switch operation. - phase 4 from 80 kt to lift-off;
- Clacker: aircraft overspeed. - phase 5 from lift-off to 400 ft;
- 'C' chord: altitude entry * . - phase 6 from 400 ft to 1000 ft;
- Buzzer: pilot call. - phase 7 above 1000 ft;
- Interrupted buzzer: selcal * . - phase 8 from 1000 ft down to 400 ft;
Emergency Cancellation - phase 9 from 400 ft to touchdown;
- phase 10 from touchdown to 80 kt;
Aural alerts generated by the FWC can be - phase 11 from 80 kt to last engine off;
inhibited by depressing the WARN AUDIO - phase 12 from last engine off until 5 min-
p/b at the avionics panel. SAP-generated utes later.
aural alerts and GPWS voice warnings are In case of a rejected take-off below 80 kt,
not inhibited. The p/b, that is guarded and phase 3 changes to phase 11; above 80 kt
sealed, should be operated only to prevent phase 4 changes to 10. When the thrust
aural nuisance during emergency landings. levers are advanced above idle after a
rejected take-off the system reverts to phase
ALERT PRIORITIES 3.
When, during a ground stop, electrical power
FWC-processed alerts are presented in the
is maintained until 5 minutes after engine
following order of descending priority:
shutdown, phase 12 changes to phase 1.
- Cavalry charge (with or without autoland
For each failure condition, the flight phases
caution lights).
in which the alert annunciation is inhibited
- Whooler (tone adaptive to trim rate).
are presented at the alerts page in the appro-
- Clacker.
priate subsection. Only new generated alerts
- Repetitive triple chime and MWL.
will be inhibited and not an alert already
- Autoland caution lights (without cavalry
active prior to entering an inhibit phase.
charge).
If the alert inhibition is inoperative, a status
- 'C' chord.
message is available.
- Double chime and MCL.
- Buzzer. Consequential Failures
- Interrupted buzzer. Primary failures supersede consequential
- Single chime. failures when operation of the particular sys-
tem is not affected and the priority of the con-
sequential failure is lower than that of the
primary failure.

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BACKUP MODE Test in progress is indicated by a TEST light


integrated in the WARN SYS test p/b. Com-
The FWC has two separate processing pletion of the test, with or without faults, is
channels. A failure of one channel is annun- annunciated by a chime.
ciated at the MFDU and will not affect system When a fault is detected the TEST light
operation. If a complete FWC failure occurs, remains on. When no failures are detected, a
the WARN SYS light at the Standby Annunci- green CMPL light comes on and the TEST
ator Panel (SAP), comes on and the backup light goes out. Normal system operation is
mode, in which the SAP is operative, is auto- resumed when the WARN SYS test p/b is
matically selected. Automatic backup also reset or when the test has been completed
occurs in a battery-power-only condition (as for 30 seconds.
the FWC is inoperative). Manual selection of
the backup mode is always possible via the Filament Failure
BACKUP p/b at the SAP. Failure conditions All FWC controlled lights in the flight deck
as presented in the backup mode bypass the are tested. Each light has two filaments. Dur-
FWC. Backup presentation comprises red ing the test, a single filament failure is indi-
and amber lights at the SAP and two (SAP- cated by flashing of the other filament. When
generated) dedicated aural alerts via the both filaments in one light fail, all other red
flight-deck loudspeakers and headsets. and amber FWC-controlled lights come on.
These aural alerts are the cavalry charge
(autopilot disengagement) and the clacker Automatic Backup Failure
(aircraft overspeed). If during the FWS test, the WARN SYS light
in the BACK-UP p/b at the SAP does not
SYSTEM TEST come on, automatic backup fails. When the
light does come on it indicates also that the
Test Sequence
system is in the backup mode. Conse-
A flight warning system test, which can be quently, during the test several lights at the
performed on the ground only, is initiated by SAP may come on depending on system
depressing the WARN SYS test p/b at the conditions.
test panel. The test, which is controlled by
the FWC, comprises an alert-light filament NOTE: Alert lights at the SAP can be tested
test and an automatic backup test. via a test switch located at the main-
tenance test panel A.

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MWl, MCl, AUTOLAND CAUTION LIGHT


lOCATION: GLARESHIELD

MASTER WARNING LIGHT

WARNING (red flashing)


- Annunciates level 3 alerts.
NOTE: MWL can be depressed to
cancel the WARNING light
and the repetitive triple
chime. Cancellation is not
possible in case of:
- LG NOT DOWN alert
(except * when
flaps,;23') ,
- T·O CONF alerts.

MASTER CAUTION LIGHT

~
CAUTION (amber flashing)
.------l _ Annunciates level 2 alerts.
CAUTION NOTE: MCl can be depressed to
cancel the CAUTION light.

IAuTOl AUTOLAND CAUTION LIGHT

~
See subsection AFCAS.

JFWS-007

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MFDS CONTROL PANEL


LOCATION: PEDESTAL

ADVANCE SWITCH CANCEL BunON

ADV (sprlngloaded to center) Depress momentarily to:


Moves pointer to next action line Remove the displayed amber alert
of displayed procedure. messages (and the associated
Removes completed procedure procedures).
from display. - Display next page with amber alert
messages (if available).

RECALL BunON

Depress momentarily to:


- Restore the cancelled amber alert
messages (and the associated
procedures).

STATUS PAGE PIB

Depress momentarily to:


Display the first page with status
messages (if available).
- Display the next page with status
messages (if available).
- Remove the status page from
display.
The bar in the p/b comes on green
when the status page is displayed.

SYSTEM PAGE PIB'S


BRT

OFF
O ENG
- See subsection Engine
Indications.
APU*
- See subsection APU.
WXR UR * (not shown)
- See subsection Weather Radar.

TRANSFER PIB
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL KNOB
Depress momentarily to:
Change the primary page for the Rotate cw to adjust brightness of (R)
secondary page and/or vice versa. MFDU from OFF (blank) to full bright.

JFWS-006

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LH MFDU (ALERT AND MEMO MESSAGES)


LOCATION: CENTER MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL

Pointer (white) PAGE + numeral (white)


- Indicates latest alert message. - More than one page with alert
NOTE: If the latest message is on messages present.
the next page, the pOinter (V) MSG CANCELLED (white)
is shown in the information - All amber alert messages
line. removed from the screen.
STS (white)
- Status message(s) presented at
the status page(s).

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RH MFDU (STATUS MESSAGES AND PROCEDURES)


LOCATION: CENTER MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL

Pointer (white) NO STATUS MESSAGES (white)


- Indicates the procedure step to - No status messages present.
be executed. PAGE + numeral (white)
NOTE: When the procedure is - Displayed page is not the last
executed, the pointer page with status messages.
changes into a green LAST PAGE (white)
'procedure-completed' - Last page with status messages is
symbol: ©. The procedure shown.
can now be removed .

STATUS
ANTI-SKID INOP
NO ALERT INHIBITION
NO ALAND

RETARD
. SHUT
APPLY
OVHT
CHECK OFF

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AVIONICS PANEL
LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL

WARN AUDIO P/B


(guarded and sealed)

Normal (blank)
- Aural alerts available.
OFF (white)
- Aural alerts cancelled .
NOTE : Not cancelled are:
- GPWS voice warnings ,
- Aural alerts in backup
mode.

TEST PANEL
LOCATION : OVERHEAD PANEL

Depress momentarily to test FWC


controlled alert lights and automatic
backup switching.
TEST (white)
- Test in progress, or
- Test completed (after chime) but
fault detected.
CMPL (green)
- Test completed (after chime) and
no fault detected.
Oepress to reset .
NOTE : During test , memo message
WARN $Y$ IN TEST is
displayed.

JFWS-003

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VERSION 01
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STANDBY ANNUNCIATOR PANEL (SAP)


LOCATION: CENTER MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL SAP ALERT LIGHTS (red)

ENG 112 OUT


- Engine failure .
FIRE ENG 112
_ Engine fire.
OVHT ENG 112
- Engine overheat.
OIL P ENG 112
- Oil press below red limit.
AC SUPPLY
- Battery power only condition.
SMK FWD/AFT CARGO *
- Cargo compa rtment smoke.
BAT OVHT
- Battery overheat.
FIRE APU
- APU fire.
LIFT 0
- Lift dumper system unsafe.
CABIN ALT
- Excessive cabin altitude.
LG
- Landing gear not down.

SAP ALERT LIGHTS (amber)

HYD SYS 112


- Hydraulic system low press.
FUEL P ENG 1/2
- Fuel pressure low.
RVSR 112
- Thrust reverser (un)locked
incongruously.
PITOT HEAT
- Pitot heat f ault.
DOOR
- Pax, service, or cargo door(s) not
locked.
ANTI SKID
- Anti skid cont rol fault.
FLAP ASYM
- Flap asymmetry
FLAP
- Flap disagreement.

BACKUP P/B

Normal (blank)
- FWC operative.
- SAP not active.
WARN SYS (amber)
- FWC inoperative.
- SAP activated automatically.
BACKUP (white)
SAP activated manually.

JFWS·D041A

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FLIGHT WARNING SYSTEM ISSUE 001

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1.06.00
SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 1
FUEL SYSTEM
VERSION 01
CONTENTS ISSUE 002

1.06.01 Fuel System


- General
- Center Tank System
- Fuel Supply
- Quantity Indication
- Refueling and Defueling
- Fuel Balance Transfer System
- Usable Fuel Quantity
- Functional Diagram
- Fuel Panel
- Fuel Quantity Totalizer
- Attitude Monitor
- MagnetiC Fuel-level Indicator
- Fuel Service Panel/Instruction Plate
- FWS Controlled System Alerts

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VERSION 01
FUEL SYSTEM ISSUE 002

GENERAL LO P I ON Indication 1<


Fuel is stored in: Normally, when the center tank pump
- two wing tanks; p/b's are switched ON and the AUTO
- a center tank 1< • FEED p/b is blank, fuel transfer is con·
Each wing tank consists of an outer tank trolled automatically.
and a collector tank. The center tank Automatic fuel transfer takes place only
contains two electrically driven fuel in flight when the fuel quantity in the wing
pumps which transfer fuel to the collector tanks falls below a predetermined value.
tanks. The collector tank contains two If the automatic transfer fails, fuel trans·
electrically driven fuel pumps which sup· fer can be controlled manually. Manual
ply fuel to engines and APU. For the en· control is possible only when the AUTO
gine fuel system see section Power FEED p/b is depressed to MAN. In this
Plant. The fuel system is controlled from case fuel transfer is controlled directly
the FUEL panel at the flight deck and in- with the center tank p/b's. If the center
corporates fuel quantity displays for each tank becomes empty, a center tank
tank. Total fuel quantity is displayed at pumps alert is presented.
the fuel quantity totalizer. Refueling and Pump Failures
defueling is controlled from a fuel service
panel located in the RH wing root lower Pump failures will be indicated by a
fairing. Tank ventilation to ambient air center tank pump low pressure alert. If
takes place via vent valves or, if blocked one pump is inoperative, the remaining
via sniffle valves. ' pump will result in a fuel asymmetry be·
Failures will be detected and the relevant tween the wing tanks. If both pumps are
alerts are presented. inoperative, the center tank contents
become unusable.
CENTER TANK SYSTEM 1<
FUEL SUPPLY
Fuel from the center tank is transferred
to the wing tanks by two center tank In normal operation, the LH collector
pumps. Each pump supplies the onside tank supplies engine 1 and the APU. The
collector tank. When a collector tank is RH collector tank supplies engine 2.
full, the excess fuel flows into the outer Each pump in the collector tank has suf-
tank. The center tank system exists in ficient capacity to supply one engine in
two configurations: all thrust conditions or both engines in
- a configuration marked by a FAULT / climb and cruise thrust conditions.
OFF indication at the center tank pump The supply lines from the collector tanks
p/b's; to the engines are interconnected by a
- a configuration marked by a LO P I ON crossfeed line which is normally closed
indication at the center tank pump by two crossfeed valves. These valves
plb's. are controlled by the X-FEED p/b. The
crossfeed system allows any engine to
FAULT / OFF Indication 1< be fed from either or both collector
Normally, when the center tank pump tanks. In case of an engine fire the fuel
and AUTO FEED p/b's are blank, fuel supply to an engine can be isolated man·
transfer is controlled automatically. ually with a fire shutoff valve. In case of
Automatic fuel transfer takes place only an APU fire the APU fire shutoff valve is
in flight when the fuel quantity in the wing automatically closed. See section Fire
tanks falls below a predetermined value. Protection.
When the center tank is empty, the
pumps are automatically switched off. QUANTITY INDICATION
If the automatic transfer fails, fuel trans- ~h~ ai~cr~ft is equipped with a fuel quan-
fer can be controlled manually. Manual tity indication system that consists of:
control is possible only when the AUTO - a fuel quantity totalizer;
FEED p/b is depressed to MAN. In this - separate displays for each wing tank;
case fuel transfer is controlled directly - a separate display for the center
with the center tank pump p/b's. If during tank 1< •
manual fuel transfer the center tank Quantity indication is in kilograms or in
becomes empty, a center tank pumps pounds 1<.
alert is presented.
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FUEL SYSTEM
VERSION 01
FUEL SYSTEM ISSUE 002

Fuel quantity data is fed to the totalizer, REFUELING AND DEFUELING


which indicates the total amount of fuel.
From the totalizer, fuel quantity data is Pressure re- and defueling of the aircraft
fed to the: is accomplished through a single point
- FUEL panel displays; fueling system and is controlled from the
fuel service panel displays; fuel service panel. Fueling instructions
- flight management system; are engraved on the inside of the fuel
- flight warning system. service panel access hatch.
A fuel asymmetry alert will be presented The wing tanks can also be fueled by
if the difference between the contents of gravity through the overwing fueling
the wing tanks is more than 350 kg (770 points.
Ib). The alert will disappear when the dif-
ference in wing tank contents is reduced FUEL BALANCE TRANSFER SYSTEM *
to below approximately 250 kg (600 Ib). A fuel balance transfer valve allows fuel
The fuel quantity of the wing tanks and transfer from the wing tanks to the center
the center tank can also be measured on tank for maintenance activities. Should
the ground with magnetic fuel· level indi- the valve be open after engine start, an
cators. Three indicators are installed in alert will be presented.
each wing tank and one in the center
tank. Fuel quantity read-out accuracy is
Similar to that of the main indication sys-
tem when a correction for the aircraft atti-
tude is applied. Aircraft attitude correc-
tions are indicated at the attitude monitor.

USABLE FUEL QUANTITY


FOKKER 70 ONLY EQUIPPED WITH WING TANKS

Wing tanks
Liters 9580
US gallons 2531
IMP gallons 2107
Kilograms 7664
Pounds 16896

USABLE FUEL QUANTITY


FOKKER 70/100 EQUIPPED WITH WING AND CENTER TANKS

Wing tanks Center tank I Total


Liters 9640 13365
US gallons 2547 984 3531
IMP gallons 2121 819 2940
Kilograms 7712 2980 10692
Pounds 17 002 6570 23572

Conversion factors:
- 3.7854118 IIUS gallon
- 4.546087 IIIMP gallon
- 0.800 kg/l
- 0.4535923 kg/lb

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ISSUE 002

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FUEL SYSTEM VERSION 02
ISSUE 002

FUEL PANEL (CENTER TANK NOT INSTALLED * )


LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL
X-FEED P/B

Normal (blank)
- No crossfeed.
FLOWBAR (white)
- Crossfeed not closed.
DISAGR (amber
- Position of x-feed valve(s)
disagree(s) with p/b selection.
NOTE: Memo message FUEL X-FEED
ON is displayed at MFDS
primary page when x-feed
valves are fully open.
NOTE: The DISAGR light will illuminate
shortly when x-feed valves are
in transit.

SYSTEM SHUTOFF LIGHT

Normal (blank)
- Fire shutoff valve open.
CLOSED (white)
- Fire shut-off valve not fully open.

PUMP P/B

Normal (blank)
- Pump in operation.
FAULT (amber)
- Pump out pressure low.
OFF (white)
- Pump manually switched off.

FUEL QUANTITY DISPLAY

Shows fuel quantity in corresponding


wing tank.
NOTE: When fuel quantity drops below
100 kg, LO + numerals
(flashing) are shown.

FUEL QUANTITY DISPLAY

Shows fuel quantity in corresponding


wing tank.
NOTE: When fuel quantity drops below
100 lb, LO + numerals (flashing)
are shown.

JFUS–054

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FUEL SYSTEM FUEL SYSTEM PAGE 5
FUEL SYSTEM FUEL SYSTEM VERSION 02
ISSUE 002

FUEL PANEL (CENTER TANK INSTALLED AND FAULT / OFF INDICATION * )


LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL
X-FEED P/B

Normal (blank)
- No crossfeed.
FLOWBAR (white)
SYSTEM SHUTOFF LIGHT
- Crossfeed not closed.
DISAGR (amber
Normal (blank)
- Position of x-feed valve(s)
- Fire shutoff valve open.
disagree(s) with p/b selection.
CLOSED (white)
NOTE: Memo message FUEL X-FEED
- Fire shut-off valve not fully open.
ON is displayed at MFDS
primary page when x-feed
valves are fully open.
PUMP P/B
NOTE: The DISAGR light will illuminate
shortly when x-feed valves are Normal (blank)
in transit. - Pump in operation.
FAULT (amber)
- Pump out pressure low.
OFF (white)
- Pump manually switched off.

AUTOFEED P/B

Normal (blank)
- Fuel transfer automatically
controlled.
FAULT (amber)
- Autofeed control failure.
MAN (white)
- Autofeed control manually switched
off.
- Fuel transfer controlled by CTR
TANK PUMP p/b’s.

CENTER TANK PUMP P/B

Normal (blank)
- Pump automatically controled during
automatic fuel transfer.
- Pump in operation during manual
fuel transfer.
FAULT (amber)
- Pump output pressure low.
OFF (white)
- Pump manually switched off.

FUEL QUANTITY DISPLAY

Shows fuel quantity in corresponding


wing tank.
NOTE: When fuel quantity drops below
100 kg, LO + numerals
FUEL QUANTITY DISPLAY (flashing) are shown.

Shows fuel quantity in corresponding


wing tank. FUEL QUANTITY DISLAY
NOTE: When fuel quantity drops below
100 lb, LO + numerals (flashing) Shows fuel quantity in center tank.
are shown.

JFUS–055

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FUEL SYSTEM VERSION 02
ISSUE 002

FUEL PANEL (CENTER TANK INSTALLED AND LO P / ON INDICATION * )


LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL
X-FEED P/B

Normal (blank)
- No crossfeed.
FLOWBAR (white)
SYSTEM SHUTOFF LIGHT
- Crossfeed not closed.
DISAGR (amber
Normal (blank)
- Position of x-feed valve(s)
- Fire shutoff valve open.
disagree(s) with p/b selection.
CLOSED (white)
NOTE: Memo message FUEL X-FEED
- Fire shut-off valve not fully open.
ON is displayed at MFDS
primary page when x-feed
valves are fully open.
PUMP P/B
NOTE: The DISAGR light will illuminate
shortly when x-feed valves are Normal (blank)
in transit. - Pump in operation.
FAULT (amber)
- Pump out pressure low.
OFF (white)
- Pump manually switched off.

AUTOFEED P/B

Normal (blank)
- Fuel transfer automatically
controlled.
FAULT (amber)
- Autofeed control failure.
MAN (white)
- Autofeed control manually switched
off.
- Fuel transfer controlled by CTR
TANK PUMP p/b’s.

CENTER TANK PUMP P/B

Normal (blank)
- Pump off.
LO P (amber)
- Pump output pressure low.
ON (blue)
- Pump automatically controlled
during automatic fuel transfer.
- Pump in operation during manual
fuel transfer.

FUEL QUANTITY DISPLAY

Shows fuel quantity in corresponding


wing tank.
NOTE: When fuel quantity drops below
100 kg, LO + numerals
FUEL QUANTITY DISPLAY (flashing) are shown.

Shows fuel quantity in corresponding


wing tank. FUEL QUANTITY DISLAY
NOTE: When fuel quantity drops below
100 lb, LO + numerals (flashing) Shows fuel quantity in center tank.
are shown.

JFUS–056

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1.06.01
SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS
PAGE 7
FUEL SYSTEM
VERSION 01
FUEL SYSTEM ISSUE 002

FUEL QUANTITY TOTALIZER


LOCATION: FIRST OFFICER'S
MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL

POINTER AND FUEL QUANTITY


DISPLAY

Shows total fuel quantity in wing


tanks and center tank*.

JFUS·OO5

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PAGE 8
FUEL SYSTEM
VERSION 01
FUEL SYSTEM ISSUE 002

ATTITUDE MONITOR
LOCATION: NEAR THE FUEL SERVICE PANEL

MAGNETIC FUEL-LEVEL INDICATOR

_ WING TANK MAGNETIC FUEL-LEVER


INDICATOR
o CENTER TANK MAGNETIC FUEL-LEVEL
INDICATOR*

Push and turn 90 degrees to unlock


indicator. Lower the indicator until
built-in magnet is felt to float.
Read indicator calibration in:
- Centimeters *;
- Pounds*;
- Kilograms*;
- Liters*;
- IMP 9allon5*;
- US gallons*.

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FUEL SYSTEM FUEL SYSTEM PAGE 9
FUEL SYSTEM FUEL SYSTEM VERSION 02
ISSUE 002

FUEL SERVICE PANEL / INSTRUCTION PLATE ABORT LIGHT (flashing red)


OVERFLOW VALVE LIGHT (green)
REFUEL END LIGHT (green)

FUEL QUANTITY DISPLAY


AUTO REFUEL START BUTTON (green)

AUTO REFUEL STOP BUTTON (red)

SHUT–OFF VALVE LIGHT (amber)


SHUT–OFF TEST LIGHT (blue)

TOTAL SELECTED FUEL FUEL SERVICE


PANEL RESET
QUANTITY DISPLAY SWITCH
PANEL
RESET
ABORT
RESET
TOTAL PRESET BUTTONS (yellow)

FUEL CONTROL
PANEL RESET SWITCH (red guard)

TANK SWITCH POWER SWITCH (red guard)

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH (grey guard)


SELECT CHECK REMARKS
ABORT LIGHT (flashing red)
REFUELING AUTOMATIC
POWER SWITCH : ON ALL DISPLAY :******* ON FOR 2 SECONDS
ALL LIGHTS : ON
SHUT–OFF TEST SWITCH (blue)
AUTO / MANUAL SWITCH : AUTO
FUEL QUANTITY DISPLAY : QUANTITY IN TANKS
TOTAL (PRESET) SELECTION : -/+
TOTAL SELECTED : DESIRED QUANTITY REFUEL / DEFUEL SWITCH (grey guard)
DISPENSER PUMP : PRESSURE
START REFUELING : START
PERFORM SHUT-OFF TEST SEE SHUT-OFF TEST PROCEDURE AS BELOW
REFUEL AND LIGHT : ON
WHEN REFUELING IS COMPLETED
QUANTITY IN TANKS EQUALS
DISPENSER PUMP : OFF SELECTED QUANTITY
ALL GUARDS : CLOSED IF ABORT LIGHT IS ON CONTINUE WITH REFUELING MANUAL

RE- AND DEFUELING MANUAL


POWER SWITCH : ON ALL DISPLAY :******* ON FOR 2 SECONDS NOTE: 1. If a center tank is not installed, all controls, indicators and
ALL LIGHTS : ON
text refering to the center tank must be ignored.
TANK SWITCHES : SHUT
AUTO / MANUAL SWITCHES : MANUAL FUEL QUANTITY DISPLAY : QUANTITY IN TANKS 2. If an auxillary fuel system is installed a modified
REFUEL / DEFUEL SWITCH : REFUEL or DEFUEL instruction plate is provided.
DISPENSER PUMP : PRESSURE or SUCTION DURING REFUELING: IF OUT : CHECK DISPENSER PUMP PRESSURE
ALL OVERFLOW VALVE LIGHTS : ON
TANK SWITCH(ES) : OPEN DURING DEFUELING: DURING DEFUELING MAIN OVERFLOW VALVE
PERFORM SHUT-OFF TEST (DURING REFUELING ONLY) CENTRE TANK OVERFLOW LIGHTS : ON LIGHTS ARE OUT
WHEN REQUIRED QUANTITY IS REACHED
TANK SWITCH(ES) : SHUT QUANTITY IN SELECTED TANK(S) : INCREASE/DECREASE SEE SHUT-OFF TEST PROCEDURE AS BELOW
DISPENSER PUMP : OFF APPLICABLE SHUT-OFF VALVE LIGHTS : ON
ALL GUARDS : CLOSED IF ABORT LIGHT IS ON STOP FUELING
SHUT-OFF TEST PROCEDURE
SO TEST LIGHT : ON QUANTITY DISPLAY-STATIONARY
PUSH SHUT-OFF (SO) TEST SWITCH MOMENTARY
ALL SHUT-OFF VALVE : ON
(DURING REFUELING ONLY)
DISPENSER FLOW : STOP
IF SO TEST FAILED : ABORT LIGHT IS ON AND
ALL SHUT-OFF VALVE LIGHTS : OUT
AFTER APPROX 10 SECONDS REFUELING SHALL BE STOPPED
DISPENSER FLOW : CONTINUES
SO TEST LIGHT : OUT
CAUTION TANK CAPACITY MAIN: 9640 ltr.
IF ABORT LIGHT IS ON OR ANY INDICATION IS NOT CONFORMING TO INSTRUCTIONS: 2546 Usgal.
STOP FUELING AND REFER TO MAINTENANCE MANUAL CHAPTER 12 2120 ImpGal.
SWITCHING DISPENSER PUMP OFF AND ON AGAIN MAY CAUSE TEMPORARY OVER FLOW CENTRE: 3725 Ltr.
FLASHING QUANTITY DISPLAY INDICATES OVERFILLING OF TANK OR SHUT-OFF SYSTEM FAILURE 984 Usgal.
819 ImpGal

JFUS-029

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FUEL SYSTEM VERSION 02
ISSUE 002

FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


CONDITIONS(S) / ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS CONDITIONS(S) / ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS

AURAL MWL / MCL MFDU LOCAL AURAL MWL / MCL MFDU LOCAL

PUMP FAULT IN FUEL PUMP FUEL ASYM


A
COLLECTOR TANK 1 L1 / L2 / R1 / R2
D FUEL ASYMMETRY
1

FUEL BALANCE
DUAL PUMP FAULT TRANSFER VALVE FUEL BAL
FUEL PUMP E
NOT SHUT AFTER 2 TRANSFER
B IN ONE COLLECTOR
TANK
2 D L1 AND L2 /
R1 AND R2
ENGINE START *

COLLECTOR TANK COLL TK 1 / 2


C
LOW LEVEL 1 LO LVL

ALERT INHIBITION

ENG INIT ENG


TAXI TO TO CLB CRZ DES APPR LAND TAXI
OUT TO OUT ENG INIT ENG
TAXI TO TO CLB CRZ DES APPR LAND TAXI
A OUT TO OUT
B D
C E

JFUS–008/B

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FUEL SYSTEM VERSION 01
ISSUE 003

FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


(CENTER TANK INSTALLED AND FAULT / OFF INDICATION *)

CONDITION(S) / ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS


AURAL MWL / MCL MFDU LOCAL

BOTH CENTER TANK


PUMPS LOW PRESSURE
A
OR EMPTY TANK DURING 1 CTR TK PUMP
1 AND 2
MANUAL FUEL TRANSFER

CENTER TANK PUMP CTR TK PUMP


B
LOW PRESSURE 1 1/2

AUTOFEED

AUTOFEED CONTROL FUEL AUTO


C
FAILURE 1 FEED

ALERT INHIBITION

ENG INIT ENG


TAXI TO TO CLB CRZ DES APPR LAND TAXI
OUT TO OUT
A
B
C

JFUS–009/A

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FUEL SYSTEM VERSION 01
ISSUE 003

FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


(CENTER TANK INSTALLED AND LO P / ON INDICATION *)

CONDITION(S) / ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS


AURAL MWL / MCL MFDU LOCAL

BOTH CENTER TANK


A PUMPS LOW PRESSURE
OR EMPTY TANK
1 CTR TK PUMPS

CENTER TANK PUMP CTR TK PUMP


B
LOW PRESSURE 1 1 / 2 LO P

AUTOFEED

AUTOFEED CONTROL FUEL AUTO


C
FAILURE 1 FEED

ALERT INHIBITION

ENG INIT ENG


TAXI TO TO CLB CRZ DES APPR LAND TAXI
OUT TO OUT
A
B
C

JFUS–010/B

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SYSTEM DECSRIPTION PAGE 1
AUXILIARY POWER UNIT
VERSION 01
CONTENTS ISSUE 001

1.07.01 Auxiliary Power Unit


- General
- Operation
- Protection
- APU Page
- Right Lower Overhead Panel
- MFDS Control Panel
- RH MFDU
- FWS Controlled System Alerts

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VERSION 01
AUXILIARY POWER UNIT ISSUE 001

GENERAL APU PAGE *


The Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) is self- Display
contained. It is located in a fire-proof en- The APU page can be manually or auto-
closure at the rear fuselage aft of the matically selected for display at the
rear pressure bulkhead. The APU re- MFDU when the AC buses are en-
quires fuel, normally supplied from the ergized. Manual selection for display or
LH collector tank, and DC electrical removal from display is via the APU
power for operation. The APU can be page p/b at the MFDS control panel. The
operated on the ground and in flight. On APU page is automatically presented
the ground the APU can supply electrical when the start selector is positioned from
power and bleed air. When the combina- OFF to ON, during APU start, or if an
tion of electrical and bleed air loads ex- APU parameter, EGT or RPM, exceeds
ceeds the APU capacity, bleed air sup- its limit. The APU page is automatically
ply is decreased. In flight the APU can removed when a primary or secondary
supply electrical power only. See sec- engine page is displayed at the RH
tions Air and Electrical System. The APU MFDU.
panel, which is part of the right lower
overhead panel, contains an APU start Parameters
selector, an Exhaust Gas Temperature The APU page displays the main APU
(EGT) display * , an AVAIL light and a parameters, EGT and RPM, by moving
FAULT light. tapes that indicate the actual values
against linear vertical scales. The actual
OPERATION numerical value is displayed above the
Operation is automatic upon APU start. respective scale. If the EGT or RPM
After the APU reaches operating speed, value exceeds a limit mark, the tape and
the AVAIL light comes on and electrical numerals will change from green to
power is available. After approximately 2 amber and an alert will be presented. In
minutes at operating speed, bleed air will the case of a parameter not being
be available. presented due to a fault, the tape will be
replaced by a vertically written amber
PROTECTION INOP text and the numerals by amber
dashes.
In case of APU fire (see section Fire Pro- Mode of operation
tection) or APU overspeed, the APU
shuts down automatically. The APU can- The APU page displays to the right of the
not be restarted after an overspeed fault. EGT and RPM scales the actual mode of
On the ground the APU will also shut operation during start, operation, shut-
down automatically in case of a failure. down, auto shutdown and faults prohibit-
Failures that might occur are low oil ing start. The annuncations "doors
pressure, high oil temperature, high ex- travel", refer to the air intake doors.
haust gas temperature and other internal
APU failures. A continuous self-test fea-
ture allows unattended APU operation on
the ground.

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VERSION 01
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RIGHT LOWER OVERHEAD PANEL


LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL

EXHAUST GAS TEMPERATURE


DISPLAY ·

Blank
- APU manually switched off.
Numerals
- APU exhaust gas temperature.

AVAIL (blue)
- Electrical power available.
- Bleed air available (on the ground
only) two minutes after the AVAIL
light comes on.
NOTE: Memo message APU
AVAILABLE is displayed at
MFDU primary page.

- APU fault .

APU

OFF
- APU manually switched off.
ON
- Selector position after APU start.
NOTE: Pull before selecting START
position.
START (spring loaded to ON)
- loi.ia.es automatic stan sequence.

JAP U·OO I

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VERSION 01
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MFDS CONTROL PANEL


LOCATION: PEDESTAL

SRT

OFF
O Rotate to adjust brightness of the
right MFDU .
NOTE: When OFF. the display unit is
blank.

Depress momentarily to:


- Change the primary page for the
secondary page and/or vice versa.

JAPU-002

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AUXILIARY POWER UNIT ISSUE 001

RH MFDU (APU PAGE")


LOCATION: CENTER MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL

rr

~
685 100 APU AVAILABLE

[ ]
EGT RPI1
""
- APU-

--- ---

[ ]
EGT RPI1
-APU-

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RH MFDU (APU PAGE »


LOCATION: CENTER MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL

RPM NUMERALS

Num era ls (green)


- RPM percentage when tape is
green.
Numerals (amber)
- RPM percentage when tape is
amber.

EGT NUMERALS

Numerals ( green)
- EGT (degrees C) when tape Is
green.
Numerals (amber)
- EGT (degrees C) when tape is
amber.

685 L-IAM_BE_RR_PM_LlM_ITM_AR_K_ _ ~100


...- - ----1 AMBER EGT LIMIT MARK
I
-------1 AMBER INTERMEDIATE EGT LIMIT
MARK
I
RPM TAPE

Tape (green)
- RPM within limits.
Tape (amber)
- RPM above amber limit.
~
EGT TAPE

Tape (green)
- EGT within limits.
Tape (amber)
- EGT above amber limit.

EST RPM
APU
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FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


CONDITION(S) I ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS
MWlIMCL MFDU LOCAL
AURA L

A APU OVERS PEED

EXHAUST GAS
B TEMPERATURE
OVERLIMIT

APU OIL TEMP

o LOW OIL PRESSURE

~ ALERT INHIBITION

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VERSION 01
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FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


CONDITION(S) I ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS

AURAL MWLl MCL MFDU LOCAL

HIGH EXHAUST GAS


C TEMPERATURE

fW,,®kg4 ALERT INHIBITION

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 1
POWER PLANT
VERSION 01
CONTENTS ISSUE 001

1.08.01 General
Introduction
Compressors and Turbines
Combustion
Airflow
Oil System
Engine Layout

1.08.02 Starting and Ignition


- Starting
- Ignition
- Functional Diagram
- Engine Panel
- FWS Controlled System Alerts

1.08.03 Engine Control


- Engine Fuel
- Thrust Control
- Reverse Thrust
- Functional Diagram
- Thrust and Fuel Levers
- Thrust Rating Panel
- FWS Controlled System Alerts

1.08.04 Engine Indications


- General
- Primary Page
- Secondary Page
- Status Page
- Failures
- LH MFDU I Primary Page
- RH MFDU I Secondary Page
- MFDS Control Panel
- Standby Engine Indicator
- Engine Panel
- FWS Controlled System Alerts

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ISSUE 001

INTENTIONALLY
LEFT
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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 1
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VERSION 01
GENERAL ISSUE 001

INTRODUCTION shaft governor. The engine is started by


an air starter motor which drives the HP
The aircraft is equipped with two Rolls shaft via the high speed gearbox.
Royce Tay Mk 620-15 turbofan engines
or two Rolls Royce Mk 650-15 turbofan COMBUSTION
engines * . The engines are located one
on each side of the rear fuselage . The The combustion section consists of ten
Tay engine is a twin-spool, high bypass interconnected liners, each of which in-
ratio engine. The low-pressure spool corporates a fuel spray nozzle. The tube-
comprises a single-stage fan and a type liners are installed in an annular
three-stage compressor driven by a casing. Two igniter plugs are installed
three-stage turbine. The high-pressure per engine.
spool consists of a twelve-stage com-
pressor driven by a two-stage turbine. AIRFLOW
The engine is started by an air starter
motor. The fan bypass airstream and the The output from the fan is divided into
turbine exhaust are mixed before dis- two separate flows. One flow enters the
charge through a nozzle which incorpor- IP and HP compressors to be further
ates a two-door thrust reverser. The compressed before entering the com-
thrust reverser can be deployed after bustion section, where fuel is added and
touchdown to decelerate the aircraft. the resultant mixture ignited. The hot gas ,
Both engines are equipped with fire de- so generated, expands through both the
tection and extinguishing systems. The HP and LP turbines. The other flow by-
engine nacelles are ventilated; blow-out passes the core engine. The fan bypass
panels are installed. Fluids which leak air stream and LP turbine exhaust are
from seals and joints are drained to re- mixed before discharge to atmosphere
duce fire hazards and to prevent con- through a propelling nozzle which incor-
tamination of the oil and cabin air sys- porates a two-door thrust reverser unit.
tems. For the description of the engine A part of the compressor airflow is used
anti-icing system see section Ice and to cool certain parts of the engine and to
Rain Protection. For the description of pressurize oil seals, before being vented
the engine fire detection and extinguish- to atmosphere. If the temperature of the
ing system see section Fire Protection. COOling airflow exceeds a preset value,
an engine overheat alert will be
COMPRESSORS AND TURBINES presented. See subsection Engine Indi-
cations. Two tappings on the HP com-
The Low Pressure (LP) spool comprises pressor provide bleed air. Selection is
a single-stage fan and a three-stage In- automatic, dependent upon condition and
termediate Pressure (IP) compressor requirement.
driven by a three-stage LP turbine. The
conical spinner has a flexible tip to pre- OIL SYSTEM
vent ice formation. The High Pressure
(HP) spool consists of a twelve-stage HP The engine oil system is completely self-
compressor driven by a two-stage HP contained. The oil tank is located at the
turbine. The HP compressor is equipped lower LH side of the engine. The oil
with an automatic airflow control system passes from a single pressure pump
which provides a stable airflow through through a fuel-cooled oil cooler and a fil-
the engine in all operating conditions. ter, to the bearings and the gearboxes.
The LP shaft passes through the HP Scavenge oil is returned to the tank by
shaft. Each shaft rotates independently of five ~cavenge pumps. Oil pressure,
the other and in a clockwise direction quantity, and temperature are indicated;
when viewed from the front of the engine. see Engine Indications. The lOG oil sys-
Vibration of the rotating assemblies is tem is also self-contained and independ-
monitored. LP rpm is designated N1 ; HP ent of the engine oil system.
rpm is designated N2. The HP shaft Cooling is effected by passing lOG oil
drives units necessary for the operation through a primary air-cooled oil cooler
of engine and aircraft systems; the only located in the rear by-pass duct, and a
drives taken from the LP shaft are those secondary fuel-cooled oil cooler.
for the--N1 tacho generator and the N1

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GENERAL ISSUE 001

ENGINE LAYOUT

LOW SPEED Nl SHAFT GOVERNOR


GEARBOX Nl TACHO GENERATOR

LP SHAFT

COMBUSTION

SPINNER HP·COMPRESSOR HP·TURBINE BYPASS DUCT


THRUST REVERSER

HP SHAFT

HYDRAULIC PUMPS
FUEL PUMPS
STARTER HIGH SPEED OIL PUMPS
MOTOR GEARBOX INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR
FUEL FLOW REGULATOR
N2 TACHO GENERATOR

JENG'OOl

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 1
POWER PLANT
VERSION 01
STARTING AND IGNITION ISSUE 001

Controls for engine start and ignition are IGNITION


installed at the ENGINE panel.
No Auto Ignition *
STARTING Each engine has two ignition systems in-
Each engine is equipped with an air- stalled, system 1 and system 2, to oper-
operated starter motor. Pneumatic power ate the respective igniter plug.
and electrical power must be available to One IGNITION selector provides the se-
operate the starter motor. The aircraft lection for both engines of system 1, sys-
batteries can be used for starting * if tem 2, or both systems simultaneously
AC electrical power is not available. See via the AUTO, NORM, CONT or RE-
chapter System Operation. Air can be LIGHT position of the selector.
supplied to the starter motor by the APU, In the AUTO position, system 1 is acti-
a ground supply unit, or cross-bleed from vated during the take-off roll and when
a running engine. Air is admitted to the reverse thrust is used.
starter motor when the electrically oper- In the NORM position, system 1 is acti-
ated starter valve is open. The starter vated during engine start when the fuel
valve will open when the engine selector lever is opened; it is de-activated at star-
is operated. The starter system is electri- ter cut-out.
cally armed and disarmed via the START In the CONT position, system 2 is acti-
p/b. Both fuel and ignition are applied vated.
when the respective fuel lever is opened. In the RELIGHT position, systems 1 and
The starter motor rotates the HP shaft. At 2 are activated irrespective of START
a preset value of N2, starter cut-out oc- p/b and fuel lever positions.
curs, the starter valve closes. If the star- Auto Ignition
ter valve does not close, an alert will be
presented. Each engine has two ignition systems in-
During engine start the air conditioning stalled, system 1 and system 2, to oper-
packs are shut off, and the output of hy- ate the respective igniter plug.
draulic and pneumatic power from the One IGNITION selector provides the se-
respective engine is inhibited. lection for both engines of system 1, sys-
During engine start with battery power tem 2, or both systems simultaneously
only, hydraulic and pneumatic inhibit, and via the CONT 1, NORM, CONT 2 or RE-
automatic air conditioning shutoff is not LIGHT position of the selector.
provided. In the CO NT 1 or CONT 2 position the
respective system 1 or system 2 is acti-
NOTE: If the starter valve does not open vated during engine start when the fuel
electrically, the valve can be o- lever is opened.
pened manually. See chapter In the NORM position, systems 1 and 2
MEUCDL. are activated if the Engine Multiplexer
(EMUX) senses an engine-out condition.
System 1 i~ activated if the Engine
Failure Sensmg Unit (EFSU) senses an
engine failure.
In the RELIGHT position, systems 1 and
2 are activated irrespective of START
p/b and fuel lever positions.

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VERSION 01
STARTING AND IGNITION ISSUE 001

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM (NO AUTO IGNITION)·

ESS DC BUS
I I EMER DC BUS DC GND HDLG BUS

B- P/B
ON
~
~----------------t--

ENGINE
START
SELECTOR
1 (OR 2)
~ ~;
I____ -----------t--I STARTER
CUT-OUT

(N2)

FUEL
LEVER
OPEN
~ ~---
1

BLEED AIR

-- ---.-~~
TAKE-OFF

~
OR REVERSE
THRUST

r
STARTER
NORM VALVE
AUTO CONT
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1-----.
I
....--
RELIGHT STARTER
IGNITION MOTOR
SELECTOR

IGNITER IGNITER
HP SHAFT
PLUG 2 PLUG 1

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS
PAGE 4
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VERSION 01
STARTING AND IGNITION ISSUE 002

ENGINE PANEL (NO AUTO IGNITION)'


LOCATION : OVERHEAD PANEL

Normal (blank)
- Starting system off.
ON (white)
- Starting system armed.
FAULT (amber)
- Starter valve not closed atter
engine start.

1 1 2 (springlo.ded to center) AUTO


- Starter motor operation, provided - Ignition system 1 activated during
START p{b Is ON and engine is lake-off and reverse thrus1 .
out. NORM
- Ignition system 1 activated during
engine start with the fuel lever in
OPEN.
CONT
- Ignition system 2 activated.
- Memo message IGNITION ON at
MFDU.
RELIGHT
- Ignttion systems 1 and 2 activated.
- Memo message IGNITION ON at
MFDU .

JENG·OO4/A

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VERSION 01
STARTING AND IGNITION ISSUE 002

ENGINE PANEL (AUTO IGNITION)


LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL

Normal (blank)
- Starting system off.
ON (white)
- Starting system armed.
FAULT (amber)
- Starter valve not closed after
engine start.

1 12 (springloaded to center) CO NT 1
- Starter motor operation, provided - Ignition system 1 activated with
START p/b is ON and engine is the fuel lever in OPEN.
out. - Memo message IGNITION ON at
MFDU.
NORM
- Ignition system 1 activated if
engine failure detected with the
fuel lever in OPEN.
- Ignition systems 1 and 2 activated
when engine-out is detected with
the fuel lever in OPEN.
CO NT 2
- Ignition system 2 activated with
the fuel lever in OPEN.
- Memo message IGNITION ON at
MFDU.
RELIGHT
- Ignition systems 1 and 2
- Memo message IGNITION ON at
MFDU.

JE N G · OO~

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PAGE 6
POWER PLANT
VERSION 01
STARTING AND IGNITION ISSUE 002

FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


CONOmON(S) I ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS

AURAL MWL / MCL MFDU LOCAL

STARTER VALVE NOT


ENG START
CLOSED AFTER
FAULT
ENGINE START

• • 3 ALERT INHIBITION

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JENG-006IA

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.08.03
POWER PLANT PAGE 1
ENGINE CONTROL VERSION 08
ISSUE 002

ENGINE FUEL THRUST CONTROL


General The thrust levers are operated either auto-
The fuel system is a mechanical all-speed matically via the autothrottle system, or man-
governing system which controls fuel flow ually by the pilot. The autothrottle system is
automatically to maintain a selected N2 and integrated in AFCAS. When the flight control
provide rapid, surge-free acceleration and lock is on, forward thrust lever movement is
deceleration control. The control system is limited (to approx 80 per cent N2).
sensitive to thrust lever position, N2 and HP Thrust Rating
compressor inlet and outlet pressures.
The thrust ratings can be selected by
Engine fuel indications are presented by the
depressing a thrust rating select p/b at the
MFDS; see subsection Engine Indications.
Thrust Rating Panel (TRP). The TRP con-
Fuel Flow tains five thrust rating select p/b's. Each p/b
Fuel is supplied from the aircraft fuel system is used to select and annunciate a thrust rat-
via an engine-driven LP fuel pump through ing. When a thrust rating is selected, the light
an oil cooler, filter and fuel flow transmitter, bar in that p/b is on. The selected thrust rat-
to an engine-driven HP fuel pump. Ice forma- ing is also indicated at the LH MFDU above
tion in the fuel system is prevented by the the EPR scale. See subsection Engine Indi-
transfer of heat from oil to fuel which takes cations.
place in the fuel-cooled oil cooler. From the The thrust ratings are:
HP pump, fuel is delivered to a fuel flow reg- - TOGA Take-Off or Go-Around.
ulator, which meters it into two separate - FLX Flexible take-off.
flows to the spray nozzles. One flow passes - CLB Climb.
through the N1 shaft governor to the HP fuel - CRZ Cruise.
valve, whilst the other flow passes direct to - MCT Maximum Continuous.
the HP fuel valve. The fuel lever which con- When FLX is selected, an assumed tempera-
trols the HP fuel valve has two designated ture can be set by rotating the TEMP selector
positions: SHUT and OPEN. on the TRP.
NOTE: Between the OPEN and SHUT posi- Next to manual selection at the TRP, a thrust
tions, a third position may be rating can be automatically selected by
present. If present, this position, for- AFCAS or by FMS.
merly used for engine starting, has Engine Pressure Ratio (EPR)
no operational use anymore.
The maximum and the target EPR value (if
In case of an engine fire the fuel supply to an applicable) for the selected thrust rating are
engine can be isolated manually with a fire computed by AFCAS. If both AT channels
shutoff valve. fail or if both AT p/b's are manually selected
In case of an LP shaft failure or excessive off, an EPR target (for pilot reference) can be
rubbing of the fan against the housing, the set manually by means of the MAN EPR
fuel supply to the spray nozzles will be shut- selector at the TRP.
off automatically by the engine emergency
fuel shut off system. This will result in a stuck
fuel lever.
Fuel Control
The fuel flow regulator is controlled by the
thrust lever, which can be operated manually
or automatically by the autothrottle system.
The fuel flow regulator makes adjustments to
maintain N2 values as set by the thrust lever.
The fuel flow can be limited by control of N1,
N2, TGT and HP-compressor outlet pressure
limiters. To reduce engine acceleration time
from idle to go-around, thrust idle N2 is
increased when the landing gear is lowered
(approach idle). Normal (low) idle is regained
five seconds after touchdown.

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POWER PLANT PAGE 2
ENGINE CONTROL VERSION 08
ISSUE 002

REVERSE THRUST Indication / Warnings


General When the thrust reversers are fully deployed
a green R is displayed at the LH MFDU. See
Each engine is equipped with a thrust subsection Engine Indications. In case either
reverser. The thrust reverser consists of an reverser is not stowed with the reverse thrust
upper and a lower door, which are actuated lever fully down, or in case the reverser is not
hydraulically by system no.1. deployed with the reverse thrust lever raised,
When stowed, the thrust reverser forms a a warning will be presented by the FWC. In
part of the engine exhaust nozzle. When case of a FWC failure, an alert light at the
deployed, the exhaust flow is deflected verti- SAP comes on when the reverser is not
cally and forward stowed in flight. See section Flight Warning
Control System System.
The thrust reversers, which are operated
independently of each other, may only be
selected with the aircraft on the ground.
Deployment is initiated by raising the reverse
thrust levers to the reverse idle (detent) posi-
tion. The reverse thrust levers can only be
raised with the thrust levers in the idle posi-
tion. More than Idle Reverse thrust cannot be
applied before the reverser doors are suffi-
ciently deployed. There are two reverse lever
positions for selection of reverse thrust:
reverse idle (detent) and reverse max (stop).
Intermediate selections are not allowed. In
case a thrust reverser deploys inadvertently,
the corresponding thrust lever is automati-
cally retarded to idle.

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POWER PLANT PAGE 3
ENGINE CONTROL VERSION 03
ISSUE 001

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM FUEL SUPPLY FROM


COLLECTOR TANK

HP SHAFT LP PUMP

ENGINE OIL
OIL
COOLER
IDG OIL

TEMP
DISPLAY+
ALERTS

FILTER
FILTER
ALERT

FLOW FLOW
TRANSMITTER DISPLAY

CONTROL
INPUTS
LOW
PRESSURE
ALERT

HP SHAFT HP PUMP

FUEL
FLOW FUEL FLOW
CONTROL REGULATOR
INPUTS

N1
LP SHAFT
GOVERNOR

FUEL SHUTOFF
LEVER VALVE

NOZZLES

COMBUSTION SECTION JENG–007

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POWER PLANT PAGE 4
ENGINE CONTROL VERSION 03
ISSUE 001

THRUST AND FUEL LEVERS

THRUST LEVER

Thrust lever setting can be


A controlled:
– Automatically by the autothrottle
system (see AFCAS), or
– Manually by the pilot.

FUEL LEVER

SHUT (gated)
– No fuel supply to the engine.
OPEN (gated)
– Fuel supply to the engine.

FUEL LEVER LIGHT

Comes on (white) in case of a level 3


alert which might require engine
shutdown.

REVERSE THRUST LEVER

Stowed (full down)


– Thrust reverser stowed.
REVERSE NOTE: Reverse thrust lever can be
MAX raised only with THRUST
lever in idle.
REVERSE Reverse idle (detent)
IDLE – Idle Reverse thrust.
Reverse max (stop)
– Max Reverse thrust.

STOWED

VIEW 'A'

JENG–034/A

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS
PAGE 5
POWER PLANT
VERSION 01
ENGINE CONTROL ISSUE 003

THRUST RATING PANEL


LOCATION: PEDESTAL

TEMP (outer knob position)


When FLX is selected, an
assumed temperature can be set
by rotating the Inner knob.
MAN EPR (outer knob pos~ion)

When both AT channels failed or


are selected off at the FLIGHT
AUGMENTATION panel, the EPR
target can be manually set by
rotating the inner knob.

Bar (green)
- Automatically or manually
selected thrust rating.

JENG -009/A

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PAGE 6
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VERSION 01
ENGINE CONTROL ISSUE 003

FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


CONOmON(S) 1 ALERT lEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS

AURAL MWL / MCL MFDU LOCAL

THRUST REVERSER
REVERSER
UNLOCKED OR LOCKED
ENG 1/2
INCDNGRUOUSLY

. _ AL£RT INHIBmON

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JENG·010/A

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PAGE 1
POWER PLANT
VERSION 01
ENGINE INDICATIONS ISSUE 001

GENERAL Thrust Ratings


Engine indications are presented at two The selected thrust rating is displayed at
pages of the Multi Function Display Sys- the primary page above the EPR scale.
tem (¥FDS). The primary page displays Dependent on thrust rating and flight
the primary parameters of both engines mode, the EPR scale displays two sym-
(1/1eft and 21right). the selected thrust bols: one to indicate maximum EPR and
rating. the air temperatures (TAT and one ~o indi.~ate target EPA. The target
SAT) and the optional fuel flow. The sec- EPR IS addItionally presented in numbers
ondary page shows the secondary par- behind the thrust rating.
ameters of both engines. Status mes- Temperature Indications
sages from either engine are displayed
at the status page. Static Air Temperature (SAT) and Total
The parameters and engine-out data for Air Temperature (TAT) are presented at
each engine are processed by a dual the top of the primary page.
channel Engine MUltiplexer (EMUX). The
EMUX provides parameter data to the SECONDARY PAGE
MFDS. AFCAS. and the flight warning The secondary engine parameters are
computer. automatically displayed at the RH MFDU
When the engine N2 decays to below after power up. They can be removed
idle RPM the EMUX provides engine-out and restored by depressing the engine
data to the MFDS, AFCAS, FWC, the air page p/b at the MFDS control panel.
conditioning system. and the engine anti- When removed, the displays are re-
icing and engine ignition system. stored automatically when a limit is ex-
A dual channel Engine Failure Sensing ceeded, during engine start, after engine
Unit (EFSU) Is installed to detect an en- shutdown. and when the MFDS control
gine failure. The EFSU receives inputs of pc:nel fails. DurinQ single MFDU oper-
N1 and thrust lever position trom both atIon, when the pnmary page is shown.
engines. The EFSU provides for the the secondary page can be displayed by
rapid detection of large thrust loss of one depressing the transfer plb at the MFDS
engine during take-off, climb, or cruise control panel.
when both thrust levers are positioned to
above MIN TO. The EFSU provides an Oil Parameters
engine failure signal to AFCAS, FWC. the The engine oil parameters are pressure
air conditioning system, and the engine (P). temperature (T). and quantity (Q).
ignition system. The parameters are presented by a mov-
ing tape which indicates the actual value
PRIMARY PAGE above, below. or between limit marks. Oil
The primary page Is displayed at the LH quantity is shown only on the ground
MFDU after power-up. In case the LH provided both engines are out for at least
MFDU falls, the primary page is auto- fifteen minutes and the START p/b has
matically transferred to the RH MFDU. not been depressed to ON. For descrip-
tion of the engine oil system see subsec-
Primary Engine Parameters tion General.
The primary engine parameters are En- Vibration Parameters
gine Pressure Ratio (EPR). Turbine Gas
Temperature (TGT). low-pressure spool Vibration (VI B) is represented by two
speed (N1) and high-pressure spool green tapes for each engine. Each tape
speed (N2). The parameters are represents an engine spool and indi-
presented by a moving tape which indi- cates the actual value above or below a
cates the actual value against a vertical threshold mark. A vibration plb at the EN-
~INE.panel allows the pilot to verify high
scale. The primary engine parameters
can also be read from the Standby En- VIbratIon levels by selecting alternate
gine Indicator (SEI). The SEI Is con- sensors.
nected directly to the engines, and can
be switched on/off any time.

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ENGINE INDICATIONS ISSUE 001

Fuel Parameters FAILURES


The engine fuel parameters are tempera- Indioation Faults
ture (T). flow (FF). and fuel used (USED).
The fuel parameters are presented as In case a parameter oannot be
numbers. The fuel used value is set to presented due to a fault. the relevant di~­
zero when, on the ground. the START p/b play will present INOP or dashes 10
is depressed to ON. amber. In oase the thrust rating and the
EPR target cannot be presented due to a
NOTE: Fuel Flow (FF) can optionally be fault, the relevant display will be blank.
presented at the primary page.
Alerts
STATUS PAGE Alerts are presented when a parameter
limit is exceeded or an engine system
Status messages can be presented at fails. provided the flight warning com-
the status page at the RH MFDU. The puter does not temporarily inhibit the
status page can be removed and re- presentation of the alerts. Tape oolour
stored by depressing the status page plb change due to a limit being exceeded is
at the MFDS control panel. never inhibited.

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lH MFDU I PRIMARY PAGE


LOCATION: CENTER MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL

~" '"'''' 1.65 1.65


- 2 .0 -
TAT IS'c
SAT IS'c
2000 FF 2100
KG/HR

FLX 1.65125·c TAT 15'c SAT IS'c


1.65 l.liS·
- 2 .0-
~ - - ... - 9 -
- - - -
- 10 - = -10-=
- 1.8-
-- 8 -
-. -
- 9 - 9
-
- 7-

Tl l! tlj
8
· 1.4
6
4
· 1.2
2
_1.0_
EPR TGT Nl N2

NOTE: 1. Primary page layout for the TAY 620 engine is the same as
for the TAY 650 engine. (TGT limits shown are applicable
for the TAY 620 engine.)
2. Fuel flow (FF), optionally presented at the primary page,
can also be displayed in pounds (LB/HR).

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LH MFDU I PRIMARY PAGE (CONTINUED)


LOCATION: CENTER MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL

~- . 2 .0---
'
TAT ----
SAT ----
---- FF ----
KG/ HR

TAT ---- SAT ----


2 .0
9
10 10
1.8
8
9 9
1.6
7
I I I 8 I I 8 I
N 1.4 ~
I
N 6 N N 6 N N 6 N
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
P 1.2 P P 4 P P 4 P P 4 P
2 2 2
1.0
EPR TGT NI N2
V

NOTE: In the above f igure all fault indications are shown.

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LH MFDU I PRIMARY PAGE (CONTINUED)


LOCATION: CENTER MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL PRIMARY NUMERIC DISPLAY

Numerals (blue)
- EPR target value as indicated by blue
THRUST RATING DISPLAY EPR target symbol.
Numerals (white)
FLX (blue)
EPR target value as indicated by white
TOGA, MCT, CLB, CRZ (white)
EPR target symbol, or
- Thrust rating, selected manually or
- Maximum EPR value as indicated by
automatically.
MAX EPR symbol when TOGA thrust
MAN (white)
fating is selected.
MAN EPR selected at TRP, and
Both AT channels failed or selected
off. SECONDARY NUMERIC DISPLAY

Numerals and ' C (blue)


- Assumed temperature set at TRP
when FLX thrust rating is selected.

FLX 1.65/25°c Numerals (blue)


EPR target value as indicated by blue
EPR target symbol when TOGA thrust

1.65 1.65 rating is manually selected d uring


FMS climb.

R 2.0- R· EPR READ OUT


bo,- Numerals (green)
EPR value.

1.8 -
- - (amber)
EPR value nOl available.

Dr- 1.6-
REVERSER DISPLAY

R (green)
- Thrust reverser deployed.

MAX EPR SYMBOL

1.4 Wedge (white)


- MAX EPR for selected thrust rating .
NOTE: Wedge is not presented when
EPR target is manually contrOlled .

1.2 EPR TARGET SYMBOL

Lazy T (blue)
1.0 - EPR target during FLX, FMS climb and
FMS descent, automatically
controlled .

EPR NOTE: Target is not displayed when


AFCAS controls to speed.
Lazy T (white)
EPR target for pilot reference,
manually controlled via TRP.

DECLUTCHED DISPLAY
EPR TAPE
D (white)
Autothrottle automatically declutched Tape (green)
during take-off. - EPR indication.

JENG-Ill31A

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LH MFDU I PRIMARY PAGE (CONTINUED)


LOCATION: CENTER MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL

TGT NUMERALS

NO numerals (blank)
- TGT tape green.
Numerals (amber)
- TGT (degrees C) w~en tape is
amber.
Numerals (red)
- TGT (degrees C) when tape is
red .

RED TGT LIMIT MARK

The red limit shown (800 deg C) Is


applicable lor the TAY 620 engine.

750 When the TA Y 650 Is Installed, the


red limit mark Is positioned at 850
deg C.

9 The red limit marks reposition during


engine start and reverse thrust.

-- 8 - AMBER TGT LIMIT MARK

The amber limit shown (735 deg C) is

-- ------------__J
~
applicable 10r the T AY 620 engine.

-I
When the TAY 650 is installed, the

7 _ amber limit mark Is positioned at 795


deg C.

- The amber limit marks reposition


during engine start and reverse

6 - thrust.

4 TGT TAPE

Tape (green)

2 - TGT within limits.


NOTE: TGT may be transient above

- amber limit in TOGA and FLX


(max 5 min without exceeding
red limit) .

TGT Tape (amber)


- TGT above amber limit.
NOTE: TGT may be transient above
red limit (max 20 sec without
exceeding max trans ient
temp) .
Tape (red)
- TGT indication more than 20 sec
above red limit.
- TGT indication above max
transient temp.

JENG-Ot4/A

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LH MFDU / PRIMARY PAGE (CONTINUED)


LOCATION: CENTER MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL

N1 NUMERALS

97.6 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ No numerals (blank)


- N1 tape green.
Numerals (amber)
- N1 percentage when tape is
10- amber.
Numerals (red)
______________ I- N1 percentage when tape IS red

-9 ~ RED N1 LIMIT MARK

N1 TAPE

8 Tape (green
- N1 within limits.

6 Tape (amber)
- N1 transient above red limit (max
20 sec without exceeding max
4 transient percentage).
Tape (red)
- N1 indication more than 20 sec
2 -
above red limit.
N1 indication above max transient
percentage.

Nl

JENG-015/A

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LH MFDU I PRIMARY PAGE (CONTINUED)


LOCATION: CENTER MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL

N2 NUMERALS

No numerals (blank)
- N2 tape green.
Numerals (amber)
- N2 percentage when tape Is
amber.
Numerals (red)
- N2 percentage when tape is red.

101.5
RED N2 LIMIT MARK

- - 10 -:-----------_J The mark repositions during reverse


thrust.

AMBER N2 LIMIT MARK

9 The mark disappears during engine


start and reverse thrust.

8 N2 TAPE

Tape (green)

6 - N2 within limits.
NOTE: N2 may be transient above
amber limit in TOGA and FLX

4 (max 5 min
red limit) .
w~hout exceeding

Tape (amber)
2 - N2 above amber limit.
NOTE: N2 may be transient above
red limit (max 20 sec without
exceeding max transient

N2 percentage) .
Tape (red)
- N2 Indication more than 20 sec
above red limit.
- N2 indication above max transient
percentage.

JENG·0161A

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LH MFDU I PRIMARY PAGE (CONTINUED)


LOCATION: CENTER MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL

TAT INDICATOR SAT INDICATOR

Displays Total Air Temperature Displays Static Air Temperature


(TAT) in degrees Centigrade. (SAT) in degrees Centigrade.

LH MFDU I PRIMARY PAGE (OPTIONAL LAYOut)

FUEL FLOW INDICATOR

Numerals (green)
- Fuel flow in kilograms per hour.
- - - - (amber)
- Fuel flow value not available.
NOTE: Fuel flow can optionally be
presented in pounds per hour
(LB/HR).

2000 FF 2100
/
KG/HR

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RH MFDU I SECONDARY PAGE


LOCATION: CENTER MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL

rr ~

,/

a ~
1L
lr

~
2000 FF 2100
( KG)
1100 USEO 1200
5 T 8
P T
- OIL- VIB - - FUEL--

~ 1
If T

-
P T
OIL-
~VIB
1100 USED 1200
5
(KG )

- - FUEL--
T 8

NOTE: 1. Fuel Flow (FF) can optionally be presented at the primary page.
2. Fuel Flow (FF) and Fuel USED can optionally be presented in pounds (LB).

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RH MFDU I SECONDARY PAGE (CONTINUED)


LOCATION: CENTER MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL

TTTT ""
- --- FF -- --
N N N N N N N N ( KG)
o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 ---- USED ----
P P P P P P P P --- ---
T
P T Q
--OIL-- VIB - - FUEL--

TTI' I
N N
o
P

-
p
0
P
N N
o
P
T
-OIL--
0
P
N N
o
P
Q
0
P
N
o
P

VIB
N
0
P
---- USED ----

-
---
-
(KG)
T

FUEL--
- --

NOTE: In the above figure all fault indications are shown.

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RH MFDU I SECONDARY PAGE (CONTINUED)


LOCATION: CENTER MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL

OIL PRESSURE NUMERALS

No numerals (blank)
- Oil pressure within limits.
Numerals (amber)
- Oil pressure (in psi) when tape is
amber.
Numerals (red)
- Oil pressure (in psi) when tape is
red .

AMBER OIL PRESSURE LIMIT MARK

26 Mark position varies with N 2; mark


disappears when N2 is below idle.

RED OIL PRESSURE LIMIT MARK

Mark position varies with N2; mark is


at the min oil pressure index when N2
is below idle.

OIL PRESSURE TAPE

Tape (green)
.- - - - - - - - - -_ _ _ _ - Oil pressure with in limits.
Tape (amber)

p - Oil pressure below amber limit.


Tape (red)
- Oil pressure below red limit.

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RH MFDU I SECONDARY PAGE (CONTINUED)


LOCATION: CENTER MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL

OIL TEMPERATURE NUMERALS

NO numerals (blank)
- Oil temperature within limits.
Numerals (amber)
- 011 temperature (degrees C) when
tape is amber.
Numerals (red)
- Oil temperature (degrees C) when
tape is red .

RED OIL TEMPERATURE LIMIT MARK

AMBER (MAX) OIL TEMPERATURE


::~____--------------------~L_I_M_IT_M_A_R_K________________~

OIL TEMPERATURE TAPE

Tape (green)
- Oil temperature within limits.
Tape (amber)
- Oil temperature above max amber
IImlt,or
- 011 temperature below min amber
limit.
Tape (red)

T - Oil temperature above red limit.

ZERO DEGREES CENTIGRADE


INDEX (WHITE)

AMBER (MIN) OIL TEMPERATURE


LIMIT MARK (minus 30 degrees C)

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RH MFDU I SECONDARY PAGE (CONTINUED)


LOCATION: CENTER MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL

OIL QUANTITY NUMERALS

NO numerals (blank)
- Adequate oil quantity.
Numerals (amber)
_ Inadequate oil quantity. Numerals
____________ indicate oil quantity to 1i11 up in

_ 3------- L-_"_·'e_rs_,_p_in_'s_o_r_q_u_a_rls_·_ _ _ _-'

Ir 1AMBER OIL QUANTITY RANGE

II OIL QUANTITY TAPE

Tape (green)
_ Adequate oil quantity.
Tape (amber)
_ Inadequate oil quantity.

Q
NOTE: Oil quantity is shown on the
ground:
- Before engine start,
- Fifteen minutes after shut-
down of both engines.

JENG'()221A

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RH MFDU I SECONDARY PAGE (CONTINUED)


LOCATION: CENTER MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL

N2 VIBRATION NUMERALS

1.0 N1 VIBRATION NUMERALS

Tn
No numerals (blank)

1.4 - Vibration level below threshold


value.
Numerals (amber)
- Vibration level above threshold
value (inches per second).

AMBER VIBRATION THRESHOLD MARK

N1 VIBRATION TAPE

.I.LLJ!.!.I~-----===:::::=====-_J N2 VIBRATION TAPE

Tape (green)
- Vibration level below threshold

VIB value.
Tape (amber)
- Vibration level above threshold
value.

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RH MFDU I SECONDARY PAGE (CONTINUED)


LOCATION: CENTER MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL

FUEL FLOW INDICATOR

Numerals (green)
- Fuel flow in kilograms per hour.
o (green)
- Fuel flow below min range
(113 KG) or above max range.

1346 FF 1405
----(amber)
- Fuel flow value not available.
NOTE: Fuel flow can optionally be
(KG) presented in pounds per
hour (LB).

3375 USED 3540~


FUEL USED INDICATOR
I---------t

34 T 115 Numerals (green)


- Fuel used in kilograms.
----(green)
- Fuel used value unreliable.
----(amber)

FUEL - Fuel used value not available.


NOTE: 1. Fuel used can optionally
be presented in pounds
(LB).
2. Numerals are set to zero
during engine start on the
ground.

RH MFDU I SECONDARY PAGE (OPTIONAL LAYOUT)

3375 USED 3540 FUEL TEMPERATURE INDICATOR

(KG) Numerals (green)


- Fuel temperature (degrees C)

34 T 1 15- - within limits.


Numerals (amber)
- Fuel temperature (degrees C)
above amber limit.
- Fuel temperature (degrees C)

FUEL above red limit.

JENG-024/A

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MFDS CONTROL PANEL


LOCATION: PEDESTAL

STS
- See subsection Flight Waming
System.
APU·
- See subsection APU.
WXR LJR· (not shown)
- See subsection Weather Radar.

Rotate cw to adjust brightness of (R)


MFDU from OFF (blank) to full bright.

Depress momentarily to:


- Change the primary page for the
secondary page and/or vice versa.

JENG-025

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STANDBY ENGINE INDICATOR (SEI)


LOCATION: CENTER MAIN INSTRUMENT PANEL

ENGINE LIMITS PLACARD

The value of the Indicated limits depends


on the type of engine Installed.

TAY 620 TAY 650

TGT 800' C 850' C

N1 965 % 955 %

N2 103.5 % 103.5 %

The limits presenled In this lIIuslralion


are typically for the TAY 620 engine.

SEI ON/OFF SWITCH L---@J ON


\LIMITS
TGT 800 DC
_______ OFF N1 96.5%
ON N2 103.5%
- Indication of EPR, TGT, N1 and N2
values.
OFF
- No Indications.
.'.='0
,-,-. EPR
~
•. =-c-.
.,-,-
r=-.,-::.
,=.,= TGT DC
,--.,-.
ENGINE PARAMETER DISPLAY
,-.,=- .,-
'='C'.J
,-.
,=. .n
EPR, TGT, N1 and N2 Indications are
presented for engine 1 (LH) and
engine 2 (RH).
If the TGT, N1 or (and) N2 IImlt(s) Is
(are) exceeded, the relevant value(s)
~
.
,-.=. '.,-.='
'.'-'
N1%

N2%
','..1
,-. .,-
=1 I.::'
will flash.

JENG'026

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ENGINE PANEL
LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL

Normal (blank)
- Vibration 01 both engines within
limits.
HI (amber)
- Vibration of one or both engines
above threshold vafue.
AL TN (white)
- Alternate vibration sensors
manually selected.
NOTE: When ALTN is selected, the
Ht light will not come on in
case 01 an engine vibration
above threshold;
see vibration alerts.

JENG-027

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FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


CONDITION(S) 1 ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS

AURAL MWLlMCL MFDU LOCAL


I----------------~

EMUX SINGLE
A CHANNEL FAILURE 1 ,L--I
.--
1</ ~
I EMUX 1/2
SINGLE CHAN
1
1
1
1 , 1
I_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ J

I----------------~

ENGINE FAILURE
B SENSING UNIT FAULT
~I
1 ---, 1</ ~
I ENG FAIL
SENSOR
I
I
I , I
I_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ J

C ENGINE FAILURE

o ENGINE OVERHEAT

lBill!!I ALERT INHIBITION


~
z z
0
~ ~...
0 0
Of!

.~ '"Zw :: ::
0
'"
...~
~

...::! ~ ... 0 t;: t;:


0
:z:
u ... z
u
~
w u:: ...0 ""
0
CD
t;:
:;
0
~
0
0
e
8
e
0
...
0
::>
~ ""
0
CD ~
~

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FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


CONOmON(S) 1 ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS

AURAL MWL/MCl MFDU lOCAL

TOT ABOVE AMBER


A LIMIT

TGTOVlM
B TOT ABOVE RED LIMIT
ENG 1/2

ROTOR SPEED ABOVE


C AMBER LIMIT

N11N20VSPD
ENG 1/2

~ ALERT INHIBITION

......
~
~
0
...... 0 CI

......
Z
0 ~ ~ ~ ~
Q
:z:
u ...>t Z
0

~
8
S! ..
8
:>
...
0 0
eD ~
:ij

ClB CRZ

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FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


CONOmON(S) 1 ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS

AURAL MWL 1 MCL MFDU LOCAL


r----------------~

OIL PRESSURE BELOW 2 ,L-I I~/


JJ OIL PRESS
II
A AMBER UMIT -- LO ENG 112
IL ________________
, J
I

OIL PRESS
LIM ENG 112

r----------------~

OIL TEMPERATURE
C ABOVE AMBER LIMIT
~ I~/
1 I~ II J OIL TEMP
HI ENG 1/2
II

~--------~ I_ _ _
' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ JI

~ ALERT INHIBITION

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FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


CONDITION(S) I ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS

AURAL MWL/MCL MFDU LOCAL


r----------------~

A OIL QUANTITY LOW 1 c-l~'


I~,
~~Go:~ !
'-------'--1 I___ ~ _____________ JI

B HIGH VIBRATION

C EPR INDICATION FAULT

. . ALERT INHIBITION

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FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


CONDITION(S) 1 ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS

AURAL MWLlMCL MFDU LOCAL


r----------------~

FUEL TEMPERATURE
1 r-- I~/
L--II J FUEL TEMP
HI ENG 1/2
II
A ABOVE AMBER LIMIT

'---------'---' I_ _ _
' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ JI

FUEL OVTEMP
ENG 1/2

r----------------~

C FUEL ALTER BLOCKED


I~/
1 Ir"-I
- I J FUEL FILTER
ENG 112
II

'------........... I_ _ _
' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ JI

FUEL PRESS
D FUEL PRESSURE LOW
ENG 1/2

IIiiIII ALERT INHIBITION

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VERSION 01
CONTENTS ISSUE 003

1.09.01 Engine
- General
- Fire Detection
- Fire Extinguishing
- Fire Warning Test
- Engine Fire Panels
- Fuel Levers
- Test Panel
- FWS Controlled System Alerts

1.09.02 APU
- General
- Fire Detection
- Fire Extinguishing
- Fire Warning Test
- APU Fire Panel
- Test Panel
- FWS Controlled System Alerts

1.09.03 Toilet and Cargo Compartments


- General
- Smoke Detection
- Fire Extinguishing
- Smoke Warning Test
- Cargo Smoke Panel
- Test Panel
- FWS Controlled System Alerts

1.09.04 Loose Equipment


- Portable Fire Extinguishers
- Halon Fire Extinguisher
- Water Fire Extinguisher

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FIRE PROTECTION
VERSION 01
ENGINE ISSUE 002

GENERAL Rotating the pulled fire handle in direc-


tion DISCH 1 discharges AGENT 1; rota-
The engines are each equipped with a ting the pulled fire handle in direction
fire-detection and a fire-extinguishing DISCH 2 discharges AGENT 2.
system. The systems are controlled from A latch is installed in each fire handle to
the ENGINE FIRE panel. prevent inadvertent operation. In case of
Fire and faults will be detected and the fire the latch will unlock automatically
relevant alerts presented. and the fire handle can be pulled. Man-
ual override of the latch is possible by
FIRE DETECTION depressing the latch override button in-
The fire-detection system consists of stalled behind the fire handle.
dual sensing element loops and a fire- Agent low pressure will be indicated by
detection unit. Each sensing element agent low pressure lights.
forms a closed loop. The system re-
mains serviceable even when an ele- FIRE WARNING TEST
ment is broken. The elements are moni- A fire-warning system test may be per-
tored by the fire-detection unit. If a pre- formed by selecting the ENGINE FIRE
determined temperature is reached, a test switch, located at the TEST panel, to
fire warning is presented. The fire warn- 1 or 2. Test will continue as long as
ing remains active as long as the fire switch held in 1 or 2 position.
condition exists. A normal test will result in the following
warnings:
FIRE EXTINGUISHING - Level 3 alert.
Two fire-extinguisher bottles are in- - Relevant fire handle light on.
stalled. The fire-extinguishing agent can Relevant FUEL lever light on (OPEN
be discharged by one of the two fire position only).
handles. Each engine has its own fire - FIRE ENG 1 /2 message at the LH
handle. Pulling a fire handle will close the MFDU.
respective fire shutoff valves in the fuel - ENG 1 / 2 alert light on at the SAP
and hydraulic systems and the Over (SAP in back-up).
Pressure and ShutOff Valve (OP/SOV) in
the bleed air system.

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FIRE PROTECTION FIRE PROTECTION PAGE 3
ENGINE ENGINE VERSION 01
ISSUE 002

ENGINE FIRE PANELS


LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL

LATCH OVERRIDE BUTTON

Depress to unlock latch manually.

FIRE HANDLE

In:
- Normal position. ENGINE FIRE ENGINE FIRE
Pulled:
AGENT 1 AGENT 2
- Fire shutoff valves in fuel and OVRD

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hydraulic systems close.
- Over pressure and shutoff valve in DISCH LO 2
bleed air system close. 1~2
DISH 1
- Agent 1 manually discharged.
DISCH 2 lOOP A LOOP B LOOP A LOOP B
- Agent 2 manually discharged.

FAULT FAULT fAULT fAULT


LOOP PIS
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PULL PULL
Normal {blank}
- Loop serviceable.
FAULT (amber)
- loop fault. FIRE HANDLE LIGHT
NOTE: The fire-dection system is not
armed if either LOOP A or AGENT LOW PRESSURE LIGHT 2 (red)
lOOP B FAULT light is on. ~ Engine fire, or

OFF (white) LO 2 (white) - Fire-warning test in progress.


- loop manually switched oft ~ Agent 2 low pressure. - Latch automatically unlocked.

JFPT-001/A

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ENGINE VERSION 01
I E 2

FUEL LEVERS

FUEL LEVER LIGHT

light (white)
- Engine fire, or
~ Fire~wnring test in progress.
NOTE: light can only come on when
the FUEL lever is in the OPEN
position.

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PAGE 5
FIRE PROTECTION
VERSION 01
ENGINE ISSUE 002

TEST PANEL
LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL

ENGINE FIRE TEST SWITCH


(spring loaded to center position)

1 (2)
- To test the engine 1 (2) lire-
warning system.

JFPT-003

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PAG E 6
FIRE PROTECTION
VERSION 01
ENGINE ISSUE 002

FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


CONDITION(S) I ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS

AURAL MWL/MCL MFDU LOCAL

ARE ENG
A ENGINE ARE AND
1/2

LOOP A AND B
C DOUBLE LOOP FAULT
ENG 1/2

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS
PAGE 1
FIRE PROTECTION
VERSION 01
APU ISSUE 002

GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHING


The APU is equipped with a fire-detection One fire-extinguisher bottle is installed .
and a fire-extinguishing system. The sys- The fire warning signal discharges the
tems are controlled from the APU FIRE agent a few seconds after automatic
panel. APU shutdown. This time delay is neces-
Fire and faults will be detected and the sary to close the ventilation system of the
relevant alerts presented . APU .
A discharge switch , located at the APU
FIRE DETECTION FIRE panel, is provided to discharge the
agent manually. In this case the APU fire
The fire-detection system consists of a shutoff valve in the fuel system closes
single sensing element loop and a fire- and the agent will be discharged immedi-
detection unit. The sensing element ately.
forms a closed loop. The system re- Agent low pressure will be indicated by
mains serviceable even when the ele- an agent low pressure light.
ment is broken . The element is moni-
tored by the fire-detection unit. If a pre- FIRE WARNING TEST
determined temperature is reached, a
fire warning is presented and the APU A fire-warning system test may be per-
fire shutoff valve in the fuel system formed by depressing the APU FIRE test
closes automatically, and the APU shuts button located at the TEST panel. Test
down . The fire warning remains active as will continue as long as button is de-
long as the fire condition exists. pressed.
A normal test will result in the following
NOTE: If the aircraft is on the ground a
warnings:
warning horn *, located in the
Level 3 alert.
nose wheel well, sounds also.
APU FIRE light on at the APU FIRE
panel.
FIRE APU message at the LH MFDU.
- FIRE APU alert on at the SAP (SAP in
back-up) .
NOTE: During test, the APU auto shut-
down and auto fire extinguishing
and warning horn are inhibited.

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FIRE PROTECTION
VERSION 01
APU ISSUE 001

APU FIRE PANEL


LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL

APU FIRE LIGHT AGENT LOW PRESSURE LIGHT

FIRE (red) La (white)


- APU fire , or - Agent low pressure.

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DISCH

DISCHARGE SWITCH (guarded and


wired)

Normal position
- Agent automatically discharged in
case of APU fire.
ON
- Agent manually discharged.

JFPT-005

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FIRE PROTECTION
VERSION 01
APU ISSUE 001

TEST PANEL
LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL

Depress to test the APU fire-


warning system.

JFPT-006

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 5
FIRE PROTECTION VERSION 01
APU ISSUE 001

FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


CONDITION(S) I ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS

AURAL MWL/MCL MPDU LOCAL

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 1
FIRE PROTECTION
VERSION 01
TOILET AND CARGO COMPARTMENTS ISSUE 002

GENERAL Selecting DISCH 1 causes immediate


total discharge of agent 1 into the se-
Smoke detection and a fire-extinguishing lected compartment. Simultaneously
systems are installed: agent 2 is discharged into the selected
- in the LH aft toilet compartment; compartment at a reduce flow rate to
- in the RH aft toilet compartment (if in- maintain a minimum extinguishing agent
stalled); concentration.
- in the forward toilet compartment (if in- Selecting DISCH 2 will discharge the
stalled); same agent 1 and agent 2, however the
- and optional in the cargo compart- power supplies for discharging are inter-
ments. changed for redundancy.
For the toilet compartments there are no The agent 1 low pressure light (1:.01)
system controls at the flight deck. The comes on within seconds after selectil)g
systems for the cargo compartments are DISCH 1 or DISCH 2 and the agent 2 iow
controlled from the CARGO SMOKE pressure light (L02) remains off for ap-
panel. prox 60 min due to the reduced flow rate.
Smoke and faults will be detected and
the relevant alerts presented. Toilet Compartments
One fire-extinguisher bottle is installed in
SMOKE DETECTION the waste container area in each toilet
The toilet compartments each have a compartment. If there is a fire in the
single smoke detector. The forward and waste container, the agent will discharge
aft cargo compartment each have dual automatically into the waste container.
smoke detectors. If smoke is detected, a
smoke warning is presented. The smoke SMOKE WARNING TEST
warning remains active as long as the A smoke warning test may be performed
smoke condition exists. by depressing the SMOKE test button at
the TEST panel.
FIRE EXTINGUISHING When a smoke detection system is in-
Cargo Compartments stalled in the toilet compartment(s) only,
the test, if successful, will result In a
Two fire-extinguisher bottles are installed toilet smoke alert(s).
for the forward and aft cargo compart- When a smoke detection system is in-
ment. The bottles are divided in one high stalled in the toilet compartment(s) and in
rate discharge bottle (agent 1) and one the cargo compartments, the test, if suc-
low rate discharge bottle (agent 2). cessful, will result in cargo and toilet
Agent 1 and agent 2 can be discharged smoke alerts. Additionally, the SMK
manually via the discharge selectors, lo- FWD / AFT CARGO alert lights come on
cated at the CARGO SMOKE panel. at the SAP (SAP in back-up).
Each cargo compartment has its own If a fault is detected in the forward or aft
discharge selector. cargo compartment smoke detector, a
LOOP FAULT alert is presented.

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PAGE 3
FIRE PROTECTION
VERSION 01
TOILET AND CARGO COMPARTMENTS ISSUE 002

CARGO SMOKE PANEL *


LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL

LOOP PIB

Normal during test (blank)


- Smoke detector seNiceable
FAULT (amber)
- Smoke-detector fault
NOTE: The smoke-detection system
CARGO SMOKE LIGHT is not armed if either LOOP
FAULT A or LOOP FAULT B is
SMOKE (red)
on
- Smoke In forward cargo
OFF (white)
compartment, or
- Smoke-detector manually
- Smoke-warning test in progress
switched off

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DISCHARGE SELECTOR
I AGENT LOW PRESSURE LIGHT

DISCH 1 (sprlngloaded to center LO 1 (white)


position) - Agent 1 low pressure.
- Agent 1 and agent 2 manually
discharged.
DISCH 2 (sprlngloaded to center
position)
- Agent 1 and agent 2 manually
discharged.
NOTE: Pull before selecting
DISCH 1 or DISCH 2
FPT-019/A

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 4
FIRE PROTECTION
VERSION 01
TOILET AND CARGO COMPARTMENTS ISSUE 002

TEST PANEL
LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL

Oepress to test the smoke· warning


system.

J FPT-009!A

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 5
FIRE PROTECTION
VERSION 01
TOILET AND CARGO COMPARTMENTS ISSUE 002

FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


CONDITION(S) I ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS

AURAL MWL / MCL MFDU LOCAL

SMOKE CARGO
A COMPARTMENT"

SMOKE TOILET
B
COMPARTMENT

CARGO SMOKE
DETECTOR FAU LT
C DURING SMOKE
WARNING TE ST "

W1W+fMALERT INHIBITION

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FIRE PROTECTION
VERSION 01
LOOSE EQUIPMENT ISSUE 003

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS Water Fire Extinguisher *


Halon Fire Extinguisher A water fire extinguisher is installed in
the aircraft. Before use the handle must
Halon fire extinguishers are installed in be turned fully to the right a.rid to dis-'
the aircraft. The extinguisher contains a charge, the lever on top - must be
Iiquified gas. A safety catch or safety pin pressed. The water fire extinguisher can
prevents accidental aclivation. The halon be used on cloth. paper and wood fires
extinguisher can be used on all types of (class A).
fire.
CAUTION:
AFTER USE ON SOLID MATERIALS,
THE OBJECT CONCERNED HAS TO BE
COOLED WITH ANY KIND OF NON-
FLAMMABLE LIQUID.

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LOOSE EQUIPMENT ISSUE 003

HALON FIRE EXTINGUISHER (TYPE 1)

FULL (red)
- Extinguisher serviceable.

NOTE: BCF (BromoChlorodiFluoromethane) is Halon 1211 .

JFPT·OlllB

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FIRE PROTECTION
VERSION 01
LOOSE EQUIPMENT ISSUE 003

HALON FIRE EXTINGUISHER (TYPE 2) *

SAFETY PIN

JFPT-Ol21A

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PAGE 5
FIRE PROTECTION
VERSION 01
LOOSE EQUIPMENT ISSUE 002

HALON FIRE EXTINGUISHJ:R (TYPE 3) *

SAFETY PIN

JFPT·014

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 6
FIRE PROTECTION
VERSION 01
LOOSE EQUIPMENT ISSUE 002

WATER FIRE EXTINGUISHER*

LEVER

DISCHARGE NOZZLE

JFPT-013

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 1
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
VERSION 01
CONTENTS ISSUE 002

1.10.01 General
- Normal AC Power
- Normal DC Power
- Emergency Power
- Ground Power
- Functional Diagram

1.10.02 AC Power
- Generation
- Distribution
- Operation
- Functional Diagram
- Electric Panel
- FWS Controlled System Alerts

1.10.03 DC Power
- Generation
- Distribution
- Functional Diagram
- Electric Panel
- FWS Controlled System Alerts

1.10.04 Circuit Breakers


- Doors
- Lights
- Communication Systems
- Oxygen
- Flight Warning System
- Fuel System
- Auxiliary Power Unit
- Power Plant
- Fire Protection
- Electrical System
- Air
- Ice and Rain Protection
- HydrauliC System
- Landing Gear
- Flight Controls
- Flight / Navigation Data Systems
- Flight / Navigation Instruments
- Flight Management System
- AFCAS
- Miscellaneous

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VERSION 01
GENERAL ISSUE 002

The aircraft electrical system comprises EMERGENCY POWER


115 Vl400 Hz three-phase AC power and
28 V DC power and is controlled from the In the event of loss of generated AC
ELECTRIC panel. power, the batteries supply emergency
Failures will be detected and the relevant power to the EMER DC bus and, via the
alerts are presented. emergency inverter, to the EMER AC
bus. In this case, an AC SUPPLY alert
NORMAL AC POWER will be presented at the Standby Annunci-
ator Panel (SAP); see section Flight
AC power can be supplied by two Warning System. Total loss of emer-
engine-driven generators, an APU-driven gency power will occur after 30 or 60 *
generator and an external power source. minutes.
Under normal operating conditions, NOTE: The actual available duration
generator 1 supplies AC bus 1 and the may be larger and is determined
essential (ESS) bus, generator 2 sup- by battery configuration and the
plies AC bus 2. The emergency (EMER) systems load on the battery bus.
AC bus is energized by the ESS AC bus.
I! dependents of the configura-
tion of each individual aircraft.
NORMAL DC POWER
DC power is supplied by Transformer GROUND POWER
Rectifier Units (TRU) 1, 2, ESS and When AC external power is available
Ground Service, which are powered by ground service and ground handling
the respective AC bus. The output of the buses are energized. When AC external
TRU's is distributed by DC buses 1, 2, power is not available, the ground hand-
ESS, EMER, Ground Service and ling bus will be energized by the bat-
Ground Handling. teries. When DC external power is con-
nected, the DC ground service bus is en-
ergized and power is available for the
APU starter.

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1.10.01
SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAG~ 3
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
VERSION 01
GENERAL GENERAL ISSUE 001

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
-- 28VDC
- - 115VAC

DC GND HDLG BUS I


BATTERY
1
.. BATTERY
2

I DC GND SER BUS I


DC BUS
TRANSFER
1- - ---11 ESS DC BUS I
I EMER DC BUS 11- - ---1
--)
BATTERY BATTERY GROUND
TRU EMER TRU
CHARGER CHARGER SERVICE
1 INVERTER 2
1 2 TRU

I EMER AC BUS
I AC GND SER BUS I
AC BUS 1
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AC BUS 2
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VERSION 01
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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 1
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
VERSION 01
AC POWER ISSUE 001

GENERATION When either AC bus 1 or 2 becomes de-


energized, due to an inoperative power
Engine-driven Generators source, both AC buses are automatically
An integrated constant speed drive and supplied by the remaining power source.
generator (lOG) is driven by each en- This automatic cross tie function can be
gine. The lOG output is controlled by a inhibited by the respective AUTO AC X-
Generator Control Unit (GCU) and the TIE p/b. The automatic cross tie function
generator p/b. When voltage and fre- for AC buses 1 and 2 is inhibited during
quency are within predetermined limits LAND 3 landings *. Power can be
the GCU automatically connects the removed from AC bus 1 and 2 simulta-
generator to the line and automatically neously via the ESS + EMER PWR ONLY
disconnects the generator from the line if p/b; the essential AC bus and the emer-
a failure is detected. If the lOG oil tem- gency AC bus remain energized.
perature becomes excessive an alert will Essential AC Bus
be presented. If the temperature con-
tinues to rise above a predetermined The essential bus is normally supplied
value, the lOG will be disconnected from by generator 1. If generator 1 becomes
the engine drive. inoperative, the essential bus will be sup-
plied by generator 2.
APU-driven Generator
Emergency AC Bus
The APU-driven generator provides auxil-
iary AC power and can be used on the Under normal power conditions, the
ground as well as in the air. The APU EMER AC bus is supplied by the ESS AC
generator output is controlled by a GCU bus. If AC supplies fail and the AC buses
and the APU generator p/b, and functions 1 and 2 and the ESS AC bus become
as described for the engine driven de-energized, the EMER AC bus is sup-
generators. The APU generator is not plied by the batteries via an EMER inver-
equipped with a constant speed drive ter.
since the APU runs at a constant speed. Avionics Transfer Bus
External Power The avionics transfer bus is normally
A receptacle at the RH forward side of supplied by AC bus 2. Should the voltage
the fuselage provides for connection of of AC bus 2 decrease to below a pre-
an AC ground power unit. The Ground determined value, the avionics transfer
Power Control Unit (GPCU) automatically bus will be automatically supplied by AC
disconnects the external power from the bus 1.
electrical system if its parameters are Galley Buses
not within limits.
The galley buses 1 and 2 are supplied
DISTRIBUTION by AC buses 1 and 2 respectivly. In flight
during single generator operation, the
AC power is distributed to: galley buses are automatically de-
- AC buses 1 and 2. energized.
- ESS AC bus. The galley buses can be manually de-
- EMER AC bus. energized via the galley power p/b.
- Avionics transfer bus * .
- Galley buses 1 and 2. AC Ground Service Bus
- AC Ground Service bus. The AC ground service bus is normally
supplied by AC bus 2. If AC bus 2 is not
AC Buses 1 and 2 energized the AC ground service bus will
AC buses 1 and 2, normally supplied re- be automatically powered when the ex-
spectively by generators 1 and 2, can be ternal power is available.
supplied by the APU or external power.

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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
VERSION 01
AC POWER ISSUE 001

OPERATION AC Power
External Power With only APU power available, on the
ground, the entire electrical system is
When AC external power is connected energized. If one engine generator is in·
and within limits, the AVAIL light in the operative, the APU generator will supply
external power p/b is on, the AC the buses of the inoperative generator.
GROUND SERVICE light at the connec- The essentail bus will be supplied by the
tor is on and the AC ground service bus operative generator. If both engine
is energized. When the external power generators are inoperative, the APU
p/b is depressed from AVAIL to ON the generator will supply the AC buses as
entire electrical system is energized and described in Distribution.
the EXT PWR FED light at the connector
is on. An illustration of the electrical Generator 1 and 2 Power
power connector is shown in section Air- The first generator on line will supply its
craft General. When both external power respective AC bus and the essential AC
and APU power are available, the APU bus. The remaining AC bus is supplied
will supply the essential AC bus and the by the APU or external power. When
external power will supply AC buses 1 generators 1 and 2 are on line, the es·
and 2. sential AC bus will be supplied by gener-
ator 1, and the APU and/or external
power become standby.

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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
VERSION 01
AC POWER AC POWER ISSUE 001

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM - - 115VAC

GALLEY
POWER
P/B

9
BATIERY BATIERY GROUND
TRU EMER TRU
CHARGER CHARGER SERVICE
,--_IN_V_ER_T_E_R---,~ 2
2 TRU

EMER AC BUS j
L- -_ _
ESS AC BUS
I I AC GNO SER BUS I
I
GALLEY BUS 1
I GALLEY BUS 2
1---..1-

AUTO AC
- {-- AUTO AC
X·TIE
I AVNCS XFER BUS'
1 X·TIE

~___.--~
AC BUS 1 ~--r:._-------
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AC EXT PWR I
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P/B
AUTO AC
X·TIE
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II
lOG 1 APU lOG 2 JELS-002

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 4
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
VERSION 01
AC POWER ISSUE 001

ELECTRI C PANEL
LOCATION : OVERHEAD PANEL ELECTRIC DISPLAYS

Displays actual values of the electric parameter selected by the


display selector and display buttons.
DISPLAY SELECTOR

- -------------
DISPLAY DISPLAY DISPLAY DISPLAY DISPLAY
Provides selection of electrical buses SELECTOR BUnON LEFT CENTER RIGHT
or sources for (electric parameter)

~ ~~
ELE~
LOAD 1 APU 2
display. GEN VOLT 1 APU 2
FREQ 1 APU 2
- - --
IlslJ D])
LOAD
GALLEY POWER P/B
EXTPWR VOLT EXTPWR
Normal (blank) FREQ EXTPWR
- Galley powered.
ACBUS
LOAD
VOLT
- -1-- - - -- - -2--
ESS
~
OFF (white)
GEN FREQ 1 ESS 2
- Galley power manually switched II II LOAD
BAT,- ..... EXT PWR LOAD - - -- - --

~
off.
EMER BUS
,~ACBUS
VOLT AC DC
- - --
~~
TOU II IIVOLT FREQ AC
ESS + EMER PWR ONLY P/B 1/ESS/2 1/ESS/2
(guarded)
~
II II FREQ DISPLAY BUnONS
Normal (blank) EMERBUS
1/ESS/2 AC/DC Provide selection of the electric
- Normal power supply. BATTERIES parameter LOAD ('¥o), VOLT (V), and
ON (white)
GALLEY ~ ON FREQ (Hz) to be displayed. When

~
- Only ESS and EMER buses
[Qff]
energized.
PWR

ESS+EMER Q selected the bar (green) In the


respective plb comes on.

-~
~TCHARGER PWR ONLY
AUTO AC X- TIE P/B 1 2 OFF

IL [j
Normal (blank)

~
- Automatic cross tie operative. I--. BATTERIES
FAULT (amber) []t[] OFF
-- --
ro
- Automatic cross tie fault.

T T
OFF (white)
- Automatic cross tie manually DC X-TIE

D
switched off.

~E=
I
EXTERNAL POWER P/B

Normal (blank) AUTO AC X-TIE D TRU


2 APU GENRATOR P/B

~
Normal (blank)
-tc
I~
- External power not available.
ic
"1[[;lT ~
- APU generator operation normal.
AVAIL (white)
- .... - ..... FAULT (amber)
1[][]~[]!!]
- External power available. 2
- APU generator fault.
- Ground service and handling

~ I'---
OFF (white)

~
buses energized.
- APU generator manually switched
- Memo message EXT POWER
off.
CONNECTED presented at the
I /"

I~ mil -- --
MFDU primary page. .......
!~
I~
ON (white)
GENRATOR P/B
- Power supplied to those buses
which are not energized by
[Qff]
00 [Qff] 00 Normal (blank)
another AC power source, GEN 1 EXT PWR APU GEN 2 - Generator operation normal.
manually selected. FAULT (amber)
- Memo message EXT POWER - Generator fault.
CONNECTED presented at the OFF (white)
MFDU primary page. - Generator manually switched off.
JELS-003

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 5
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM VERSION 01
AC POWER ISSUE 001

FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


. CONDITION(S) I ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS

AURAL MWL I MCL MFDU LOCAL

A GENERATOR FAULT

B APU GENERATOR FAULT

C AC BUS FAULT

o ESSENTIAL AC BUS
FAULT

_ ALERT INHIBITION

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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM VERSION 01
AC POWER ISSUE 001

FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


CONDITION(S) I ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS

AURAL MWL / MCL MFOU LOCAL

A EMERGENCY AC BUS
EMER AC BUS
FAULT

B AVIONICS TRANSFER AVNCS


BUS FAULT " XFER BUS

r----------------~

C lOG OVERHEAT 1 r-.I


I~/ J IDG TEMP
I
:

I_ _ _
, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ JI
I

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CROSS·TIE FAULT

ilia ALERT INHIBITION

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1.10.03
PAGE 1
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
VERSION 01
DC POWER ISSUE 001

GENERATION Dual DC Bus


Transformer Rectifier Unit DC buses 1 and 2 supply the dual DC
bus. It provides an uninterrupted power
Four Transformer Rectifier Units (TRU) source for the lift dumpers, anti-skid, and
receive AC power and provide DC power speed brake in the event of a DC bus 1
to the respective DC buses. TRU 1 and 2 or 2 failure during landing.
are supplied from its AC bus via the re-
spective TRU p/b. The essential and Essential DC Bus
ground service TRU's are supplied di- The ESS AC bus supplies, via the ESS
rectly from its AC bus. The TRU's are TRU, the ESS DC bus. If the ESS TRU is
automatically disoonnected in case of inoperative DC bus 1 will supply the ESS
overheat or reverse current. If TRU 1 or DC bus. If the ESS DC bus becomes de-
2 should fail an alert will be presented. energized an alert will be presented.
Battery Power Emergency DC Bus
Battery power is provided by two bat- The ES AC bus supplies, via ESS TRU,
teries. Each battery has a battery the EMER DC bus. If the ESS TRU is In-
charger which receives power from the operative the EMER DC bus is automati-
respeotive AC bus. A BATTERIES switch cally supplied by DC bus 1. When no AC
is provided to connect the batteries to power is available, the EMER DC bus is
the DC system and should be ON during automatically supplied by the batteries.
all normal operating conditions. The bat-
tery charger monitors the condition of the DC Ground Service Bus
respective battery and regulates the The AC ground service bus supplies, via
charging current to avoid battery over- a ground service TRU, the DC ground
heat. The battery chargers 1 and 2 are service bus. When the AC power is not
controlled by the respective BAT available, the DC ground service bus
CHARGER p/b. In case of a battery over- can be powered by an external DC
heat or a battery charger failure an alert power source.
will be presented.
DC Ground Handling Bus
External Power
The AC ground service bus supplies, via
Adjacent to the external AC receptacle is the Ground Service TRU the DC ground
a 28 V DC receptacle to provide power handling bus. When no AC power is
to the DC ground service bus and the available the DC ground handling bus is
APU starter. There are no controls or in- supplied directly by the batteries.
dicators in the flight deck related to DC The ground handling bus supplies power
external power. to:
- Passenger door with integral stairs.
DISTRIBUTION - Fueling panel.
• Towing.
DC power is distributed to: - Hydraulic service panel.
- DC buses 1 and 2. - Engine starter valve.
- Dual DC bus. There are no controls or indicators in the
- ESS DC bus. flight deck directly related to the ground
- EMER DC bus. handling bus.
- DC ground service bus.
- DC ground handling bus.
DC Buses 1 and 2
The AC bus 1 supplies, via TRU 1, DC
bus 1 and AC bus 2 supplies, via TRU 2,
DC bus 2. If either of the DC buses 1 or
2 becomes de-energized an alert will be
presented. Manual operation of the DC
X-TIE plb interconnects the DC buses.

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DC POWER VERSION 01
ISSUE 001

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 3
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
VERSION 01
DC POWER DC POWER ISSUE 004

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

-- 28VDC DC GND HDLG BUS

BATTERY
1
... ... BATTERY
2

I- .}--------------~--~ BATTERIES
SWITCH

-~-------------­
i EMER DC BUS i DC GND SER BUS

t--------I ESS DC BUS I

-
r DC BUS 1
r •....,-- DC BUS 2 I
I
I

• ... DUAL DC BUS

BATTERY BATTERY GROUND


CHARGER CHARGER SERVICE
1 2 TRU
_....J
j

BATTERY BATTERY
TRU DC X-TIE TRU
CHARGER CHARGER
PI B PI B PIB
PI B PIB

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 4
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
VERSION 01
DC POWER ISSUE 004

cLt:CTRIC i'ANEL
LOCATION: OVERHEAD PANEL
ELECTRIC DISPLAYS

Displays actual values of the electric parameter selected by the


display selector and dIsplay buttons.
DISPLAY DISPLAY DISPLAY DISPLAY DISPLAY
SELECTOR BUTTON LEFT CENTER RIGHT
LOAD - - -- - - --
DeBUS VOLT 1 ESS 2
FREQ -- -- - - -- - - --
ELE~ LOAD 1 ESS 2
TRU VOLT 1 ESS 2
FREQ - -1-- - - -- - -2--
II
LOAD
-11-1.-.11 -11-11-111 ([ BAT VOLT 1 2
CD.I_I)J CD.I_IJJ
DISPLAY SELECTOR
FREQ - - -- - - --
ProvIdes selection of electrical buses ~ GEN DISPLAY BUTTONS
I _____ II II LOAD "'
or sources for (electric parameter)
display. ,r--__ BAT EXTPWR Provides selection 01 the electric

BATTERY CHARGER PIB


TRU
1/ESSI2
ACBUS
11ESSI2
,II IIVOLT - parameter (load or voltage) to be
displayed. When selected, the bar In
- - the respective plb comes on (green).
II II FREQ NOTE: 1. TRU load will be shown In
Normal (blank) DC BUS EMER BUS per cent; battery load In
- Battery charger supplies the 11ESSI2 ACIDC
ampere.
respective battery. BATTERIES 2. Frequency selectIon for a
FAULT (amber) ON DC source will display
GALLEvD
- Battery charger failure. ~ PWR dashes.
OFF (white)
- Battery charger manually switched BAT CHARGER ESS+EMER
~ 1 2 PWRONLV ~ BATTERIES SWITCH

rO-_-NB-a-tt-ery--p-o-we-r-a-v-al-la-bl-e-.----~
DC X-TIE PIB

Normal (blank)
- DC buses not cross tied.
ON and flowbar (white)
r-----
~ rFAuLTll iFAuiTl

h--
I ~
I

I~I~
~
O
DC X-TIE
,

T
DC
OFF
- Batteries Isolated from electrical
system.
NOTE: Battery power for ground
- DC buses manually cross tied.
'-----------' IF---=::_ _
:::------I r===l I
handling remains available.

TRU PIB TRUI~AULT l.OOJ I[t;]AULT TRU


Normal (blank) I ~ []ff] []ff] 2
_ TRU supplies the respective DC ~ AUTO AC X-TIE
bus.
FAULT (amber)
- TRU fault.
OFF (white)
- TRU manually switched off.
~ t-1-~__1-1D~ Dt-2__-P- I~ BATTERIES
OFF

~------------------'
1 -
DDDD
GEN 1 EXT PWR APU GEN 2
JELS·007

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS PAGE 5
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
VERSION 01
DC POWER ISSUE 001

FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


CONDITION(S) I ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS
MWLlMCL MFDU LOCAL

BATTERY
A
OVERHEAT

r----------------.
C DC BUS FAULT 2~1~~.
I • •
DC BUS 1/2 I
I
L....-_ _ _ _...L..-.I I '
L... _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - l
I

r----------------.
2 r+-II ~/.
• •
ESS DC BUS II
'------~ I '
L... _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - l I

BII ALERT INHIBITION


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o ...
>l
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ENG INIT ENG


TAXI TO TO CLB CRZ DES APPR LAND TAXI
OUT TO OUT

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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM VERSION 01
DC POWER ISSUE 001

FWS CONTROLLED SYSTEM ALERTS


CONDITION(S) I ALERT LEVEL ANNUNCIATIONS

EMERGENCY DC BUS
A
FAULT

DUAL DC BUS
B DUAL DC BUS
FAULT

C BATTERY CHARGER BAT 112


FAULT CHARGER

I-. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ...J

r----------------i
BATTERIES SWITCH
D OFF AND FLIGHT
CONTROL LOCK OFF *
Ic(/J
1 r.- I
1
BAT NOT ON
1
1
1
1I-. _ _' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ...J1

I!IlBlII ALERT INHIBITION

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS 1.10.04
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM PAGE 3
CIRCUIT BREAKERS VERSION 01
ISSUE 004

or or or or
SECAL DECODER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11G
TAPE REPRODUCER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11H
UHF COM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2O
VHF 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1M
VHF 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37N
VHF 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11N
OXYGEN
OXYGEN MASK AUTO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8J
OXYGEN MASK MANUAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24N
FLIGHT WARNING SYSTEM
FAULT POWER 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16N
FAULT POWER 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42N
FAULT POWER E1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31O 33O
FAULT POWER E2 BACKUP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31N 33N
FAULT POWER E2 NORMAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42O
FWC POWER CHANNEL A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42H
FWC POWER CHANNEL B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31G 33G
MFDS CONTROL PANEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31K 33K
MFDU 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31J 33J
MFDU 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42K
SAP POWER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8L
FUEL SYSTEM
AUXILIARY FUEL CONTROL UNIT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30B
AUXILIARY FUEL QUANTITY PROCESSOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30A
BOOSTERPUMP L1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31J 33J 35L
BOOSTERPUMP L2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20L
BOOSTERPUMP R1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31F 33F 35H
BOOSTERPUMP R2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47L 47H
CENTER TANK PUMP 1 CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20F
CENTER TANK PUMP 1 POWER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20H
CENTER TANK PUMP 2 CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47F
CENTER TANK PUMP 2 POWER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47H
CENTER TANK SWITCHING UNIT POWER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31M 33M
FUEL BALANCE TRANSFER VALVE CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47C
FUEL CAPACITY POWER LH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31N 33N 35N
FUEL CAPACITY POWER RH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31O 33O 35O
FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE LH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10G
FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE RH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10H
FUEL X-FEED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20N 47O
FUEL X-FEED VALVE 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2L
FUEL X-FEED VALVE 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2M
FUELING CONTROL AUXILIARY TANKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47C
FUELING CONTROL CENTER TANK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47E
FUELING CONTROL MAIN TANKS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47D

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INDICATOR FUEL CONTENTS AUXILIARY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31B
INDICATOR FUEL CONTENTS LH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20O 31C 33C
INDICATOR FUEL CONTENTS RH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31D 33D
TANKS CONTROL CENTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47E
TRANSFER CONTROL AUXILIARY TANKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31A
TRANSFER CONTROL VALVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47N
AUXILIARY POWER UNIT
APU AIR VALVES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28N
APU CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28M
APU FIRE DETECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28H
APU FIRE EXTINGUISHER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28J
APU START UP BATTERY POWER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28K
APU START UP EXTERNAL POWER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28L
BATTERY SUPPLY CONTROL BUS APU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28O
POWER PLANT
EMUX 1 AND 2 CHANNEL A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34K
EMUX 1 AND 2 CHANNEL B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45A
ENGINE 1 OIL PRESSURE TRANSMITTER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18B
ENGINE 1 TEST POWER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18C
ENGINE 2 OIL PRESSURE TRANSMITTER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45B
ENGINE 2 TEST POWER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45C
ENGINE AUTO IGNITION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34H
ENGINE FAILURE DETECTION UNIT CHANNEL A . . . . . . . . . . . . 34L
ENGINE FAILURE DETECTION UNIT CHANNEL B . . . . . . . . . . . . 34M
ENGINE HYDRAULIC PUMPS CONTROL SYSTEM 1 . . . . . . . . . . 18M
ENGINE HYDRAULIC PUMPS CONTROL SYSTEM 2 . . . . . . . . . . 45M
ENGINE START CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50E
ENGINE STANDBY INSTRUMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9K
ENGINE VIBRATION SIGNAL CONDITIONER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34J
EPR TRANSMITTER 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9N
EPR TRANSMITTER 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9O
IDLE SOLONOIDS ENGINE 1 AQND 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18A
IGNITION UNIT 1 ENGINE 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9H
IGNITION UNIT 1 ENGINE 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9J
IGNITION UNIT 2 ENGINE 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34F
IGNITION UNIT 2 ENGINE 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34G
THRUST REVERSER CONTROL ENGINE 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9L
THRUST REVERSER CONTROL ENGINE 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9M
THRUST LEVER ANGLE CONTROL RELAYS LH . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34C
THRUST LEVER ANGLE CONTROL RELAYS RH . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34D

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FIRE PROTECTION
CARGO EXTINGUISHER 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33A
CARGO EXTINGUISHER 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33B
FIRE DETECTION ENGINE 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10L
FIRE DETECTION ENGINE 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10M
FIRE EXTINGUISHER BOTTLE 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10N
FIRE EXTINGUISHER BOTTLE 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10O
SMOKE DETECTION AFT CARGO A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50C 50F 50L
SMOKE DETECTION AFT CARGO B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50D 50G 50M
SMOKE DETECTION AFT LAVATORY LH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24H
SMOKE DETECTION AFT LAVATORY RH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50H
SMOKE DETECTION FWD CARGO A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24E 24A
SMOKE DETECTION FWD CARGO B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24F 24B
SMOKE DETECTION CABIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35G
SMOKE DETECTION FWD LAVATORY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24G
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
External Power
AC EXTERNAL POWER INDICATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53F
EXTERNAL POWER GPCU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52L
EXTERNAL POWER VOLT/FREQUENCY INDICATOR . . . . . . . . . 52O
Batteries
INDICATOR BATTERY 1 AND TRU 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27O
INDICATOR BATTERY 2 AND TRU 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53O
POWER SUPPLY BATTERY CHARGER 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27M
POWER SUPPLY BATTERY CHARGER 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53M
Generators
DC CONTROL POWER GCU 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25N
DC CONTROL POWER GCU 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51N
DC CONTROL POWER GCU 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52N
DC CONTORL POWER GPCU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26N
GENERATOR 1 VOLT/FREQUENCY INDICATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25O
GENERATOR 2 VOLT/FREQUENCY INDICATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51O
GENERATOR 3 VOLT/FREQUENCY INDICATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26O
GENERATOR TEST AND INDICATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5G
IDG ENGINE 1 HIGH OIL TEMPERATURE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26D
IDG ENGINE 2 HIGH OIL TEMPERATURE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53D
POWER SUPPLY GCU 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26L
POWER SUPPLY GCU 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51L
POWER SUPPLY GCU 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26L
Transformer Rectifier Units
POWER SUPPLY TRU GROUND SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54J
TRU 1 FAULT/INDICATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27G
TRU 1 SUPPLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27J
TRU 2 FAULT/INDICATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53G
TRU 2 SUPPLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53J
TRU 3 INDICATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32G
TRU 3 SUPPLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32J

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