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What is the function of the TRIM AIR

valve?

To optimize the zone temperature by


adding cold air

To optimize the zone temperature by


adding hot air

To regulate the hot air pressure

To regulate the pack outlet pressure


to each zone

Question 1/2
What is the function of the TRIM AIR
valve?

To optimize the zone temperature by


adding cold air

To optimize the zone temperature by


adding hot air

To regulate the hot air pressure

To regulate the pack outlet pressure


to each zone

No, that is not right. Try again!

Question 1/2
What is the function of the TRIM AIR
valve?

To optimize the zone temperature by


adding cold air

To optimize the zone temperature by


adding hot air

To regulate the hot air pressure

To regulate the pack outlet pressure


to each zone

No, the correct proposal is the second one !

Question 1/2
What is the function of the TRIM AIR
valve?

To optimize the zone temperature by


adding cold air

To optimize the zone temperature by


adding hot air

To regulate the hot air pressure

To regulate the pack outlet pressure


to each zone

Very good. That was the right choice.

Question 1/2
With a full load of passenger and in a high
temperature area, how should the pack
flow be set?

To LOW, in order to minimize the


amount of hot air sent to the cabin zones

To AUTO, as the system is fully


automatic apart from temperature settings

To HIGH, in order to help reduce the


cabin temperature

Question 2/2
With a full load of passenger and in a high
temperature area, how should the pack
flow be set?

To LOW, in order to minimize the


amount of hot air sent to the cabin zones

To AUTO, as the system is fully


automatic apart from temperature settings

To HIGH, in order to help reduce the


cabin temperature

No, that is not right. Try again!

Question 2/2
With a full load of passenger and in a high
temperature area, how should the pack
flow be set?

To LOW, in order to minimize the


amount of hot air sent to the cabin zones

To AUTO, as the system is fully


automatic apart from temperature settings

To HIGH, in order to help reduce the


cabin temperature

No, the correct proposal is the third one !

Question 2/2
With a full load of passenger and in a high
temperature area, how should the pack
flow be set?

To LOW, in order to minimize the


amount of hot air sent to the cabin zones

To AUTO, as the system is fully


automatic apart from temperature settings

To HIGH, in order to help reduce the


cabin temperature

Very good. That was the right choice.

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