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Overhead CB, Reading Lt. & Door Control Panel
FIRST OFFICERS RESPONSIBILITIES FIRST OFFICERS RESPONSIBILITIES
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TOILET
OCCPD (green)
- forward lav occupied.
READING LT
- for each pilot with OFF to BRT selection.
OVHD DOOR CONTROL PANEL
STRIKES status lights
OFF: upper, mid or lower locking latch is operative.
ON: upper, mid or lower locking latch is faulty.
Pressure sensor status lights
OFF: corresponding (1 or 2) press sensor is operative.
ON: corresponding (1 or 2) press sensor is faulty.
Pressure sensors
- two redundant differential pressure sensors enable
rapid pressure variation in the cockpit to be detected,
in order to command simultaneous opening of all
latches when a defined pressure drop is detected.
NOTE: these indications allow crew to identify fault
when Ctr Ped FAULT indicator is illuminated.
OCCPD
Audio Switching & OVHD Panel
AUDIO SWITCHING SELECTOR
NORMAL
- each crewmember uses its dedicated communication
equipment.
CAPT 3
- Capt uses its acoustic equipment and the 3rd occupant
ACP.
F/O 3
- F/O uses its acoustic equipment and the 3rd occupant
ACP.
CVR HEADSET JACK
OXYGEN TMR RESET PB SWITCH
ON
- PASSENGER SYS ON light goes off and tape
announcement stops,
- TMR RESET ON light comes on.
FAULT
- Illuminates when the door latch solenoids are ene-
gized for more than 30 seconds.
SVCE INT OVRD PB SWITCH
AUTO
- communication via service interphone jacks is pos-
sible when on the ground,10 seconds after landing,
- inoperative when the landing gear is not com-
pressed.
ON
- communication is possible with the landing gear
not compressed.
AVIONICS COMPT LT PB SWITCH
AUTO
- avionics compartment lighting is automatically con-
trolled by door opening.
ON
- avionics compartment lighting is on.
LEAK MEASUREMENT VALVES
BLUE & YELLOW OFF
- respective electohydraulic valve closes and
hydraulic supply to pri-flight controls is shut off.
GREEN VALVE
- PB not active,
- valve always open.
FADEC GND PWR PB SWITCH
ON
- FADEC is electrically supplied on the ground.
RESET PB
PUSH
- test circuit is reset.
TEST PB SWITCH
(pb sw must be held - MASTER sw must
be
ON)
- APU FIRE warning auto extinguishing and
shutdown circuits are tested (ten sec dura-
tion).
- OK light on to indicates test successful.
BLUE PUMP OVRD PB SWITCH
ON
- blue electric pump is energized provided
the ELEC PUMP pb switch on HYD panel
is at AUTO position.
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Pilots Overhead Panel
CAPT CAPTAINS RESPONSIBILITIES AINS RESPONSIBILITIES
FIRST OFFICERS RESPONSIBILITIES FIRST OFFICERS RESPONSIBILITIES
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ADIRS
DISPLAY WINDOWS
- display the data selected by the DATA
selector,
- keyboard entry will override the selected
display.
DATA SELECTOR
WIND
- true wind direction and wind speed are
displayed.
P POS
- present latitude and longitude are
displayed.
HDG
- true heading and the minutes remaining
until alignment is completed are displayed
STS
- action code is displayed.
TK/GS
- true track & ground speed are displayed
TEST
- lights (ENT and CLR) and all 8s are
displayed in the windows.
ON BAT LIGHT
ILLUMINATED
- a few seconds during initial alignment
(but) not during a fast alignment,
- when one or more ADIRUs is supplied by
aircraft battery power only.
IR 1 (2) (3)
FAULT LIGHT
- steady: fault affects respective IR,
- flashing if: Heading and Attitude are
usable.
ALIGN LIGHT
- steady: IR in align mode,
- flashing if: IR alignment fault, or no pres-
ent position entry after 10 min, or differ-
ence between position at shutdown and
entered position exceeds 1 of latitude
or longitude.
- extinguished if:alignment is complete.
IR MODE ROTARY SELECTOR
OFF
- ADR and IR data not available.
NAV
- provides full inertial data to aircraft sys.
ATT
- IR providing only attitude and heading
information.
ADR 1 (2) (3) SWITCH
OFF
- air data output disconnected.
FAULT
- accompanied by ECAM activation if a
fault is detected in the air data reference.
SYS SEL
OFF
- CDU display is not energized,
- ADIRS are still energized provided asso-
ciated IR mode selectors are not at OFF.
1,2,3
- system selected for data display.
KEYBOARD
- allows present position, or HDG in ATT mode, to
be entered in the selected system.
ALPHA KEYS
- N, S, E & W for position entry,
- H for heading entry (ATT mode).
NUMERIC KEYS
- permits manual entry of present position (or pres-
ent magnet heading in ATT mode).
CLR KEY
- the integral cue light illuminates following an entry
operation if the dat is of an unreasonable value,
- when depressed the data display of data keyed-in
(but not yet entered) is cleared.
ENT KEY
- the integral cue light illuminates when N, S, W & E
or H entry has been keyed,
- when depressed the data keyed is entered into the
ADIRS.
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FLT CTL (left side) & EVAC Panel
(as installed)
COMMAND PB SWITCH
EVAC LIGHT ILLUMINATED
- flashes RED when alert is activated.
ON: on the flight deck
- EVAC light flashes RED,
- specific horn is triggered.
in the cabin
- EVAC lights flash at fwd & aft attendant
panels,
- specific EVAC tone sounds,
- PINK light comes on and EVAC ALERT
message is displayed on AIPs,
- PINK lights flash at all attendant panels.
OFF
- alert stops.
CAPT & PURS/CAPT SWITCH
CAPT & PURS
- alert may be activated from either flight deck or
cabin.
CAPT
- alert may be activated from flight deck only.
HORN SHUT OFF PB SWITCH
PUSH
- flight deck horn is silenced.
SEC PB SWITCH
- Control of the spoiler & elevator computer.
- Three SECs are identical, but are used differ-
ently depending on their positions 1, 2 or 3.
ON (following functions provided to both)
- roll normal (spoilers control)
- speed brakes/Grnd spoilers (SEC 1 & 3 only)
- pitch alternate (SEC 1 & 2 only),
- roll direct (SEC 1 and 2 only)
- roll direct,
- LAF alternate
- abnormal attitude
OFF
- computer not active,
- selecting OFF then ON resets computers.
FAULT (with ECAM Caution)
- fault detected,
- FAULT light out when selected OFF
ELAC 1 (2) PB SWITCH
- Control of the elevator & aileron computers.
ON (following functions provided to both)
- pitch, roll,
- pitch,
- pitch & roll direct,
- abnormal attitude,
- aileron droop,
- A/P orders acquisition.
OFF
- corresponding computer is not active,
- selecting OFF then ON resets computer.
FAULT (with ECAM Caution)
- failure detected,
- during ELAC power up test (8 sec. duration),
- light off when OFF selected, or at the end of
ELAC power up test provided test is satisfac-
tory.
FAC PB SWITCH
- Control of Flight Augmentation Computers
ON
- roll normal (Turn coordination & dutch roll damping)
- rudder trim,
- rudder travel unit,
- yaw alternate.
OFF
- computer not active,
- selecting OFF then ON resets computers.
FAULT (with ECAM Caution)
- fault detected,
- FAULT light out when selected OFF
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EMER ELEC PWR Panel
EMER GEN TEST PG (guarded)
PUSH AND HELD
if AC NORMAL BUSSES are supplied:
- CSM/G is hydraulically powered, provided
blue electric pump is running.
- AC ESS BUS and the DC ESS BUS are con-
nected to the emergency generator (the DC
SHED ESS and AC ESS SHED busses are
not powered),
- ELEC page is automatically displayed on
ECAM (only on ground)
if BAT only supplies the airplane:
-AC ESS BUS is powered by the static inverter.
SMOKE LIGHT
ILLUMINATED
- associated with ECAM warning when smoke
is detected in the anionic ventilation duct.
MAN 0N PB (guarded)
AUTO when all the following
conditions are met:
- AC BUS 1 not electrically supplied
- AC BUS 2 not electrically supplied
- airplane speed above 100 kts.
- RAT extends,
- with gear up, CSM/G is hydrauli-
cally powered by the blue system,
- when emergency generator within
tolerances, emergency generator
is connected to the airplane net-
work.
PUSH
- RAT manually extended,
- emergency generator coupling occurs if the
gear is up.
GEN 1 LINE PB SWITCH
PUSH
- GEN 1 line contactor opens
- AC BUS 1 channel is supplied from GEN 2 through
bus tie contractors.
FAULT LIGHT
ILLUMINATED - if the emergency generator is not
supplying power when:
- AC BUS 1 and AC BUS 2 are not powered, and
- nose landing gear is up.
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LDG FLAP 3
ON
- warning mode 4 is inhibited for flaps at
position 3,
- NOTE: LDG MEMO displays
FLAPS ... 3 instead of CONF
... FULL
FLAP MODE PB SWITCH
OFF
- Mode 4 warning (TOO LOW FLAPS) is
inhibited. (To avoid nuisance warning in case
of landing with reduced flaps setting.)
G/S MODE PB SWITCH
OFF
- Glide Slope Mode (Mode 5) Warning is
inhibited.
TERR PB SWITCH
OFF
- inhibits the Terrain Awareness Display (TAD)
and Terrain Clearance Floor (TCF) modes,
and does not affect the basic GPWS
mode 1 to 5.
FAULT
- illuminated along with ECAM caution, if the
TAD or TCF mode fails,
- basic GPWS mode 1 to mode 5 are still
operative if the SYS pb switch lights OFF or
FAULT are not illuminated.
SYS PB SWITCH
OFF
- all basic warning are inhibited.
FAULT
- indicates a malfunction of the GPWS is
detected,
- ECAM activated.
GPWS Panel
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GND CTL SWITCH
ON
- the CVR and DRDR are energized.
AUTO
- the CVR and DFDR are energized according
to the logic.
CVR ERASE PB
PUSH (two seconds)
- complete erasure of the tape if:
on ground,
parking brake is ON.
CVR TEST PB
PUSH (and hold)
- test is activated provided CVR is energized
(by pressing the GND CTL pb switch or
during the first five minutes following energiz-
tion of AC electrical network) and parking
brake is ON.
- low frequency signal is heard on the flight
deck loudspeakers,
- after test activation the CVR is de-energized
by pressing again the GND CTL pb switch.
MASK MAN ON PB (guarded in AUTO)
AUTO
- oxygen generator/mask PSU doors open
automatically when cabin altitude exceeds
14,000 ft. (+0, 500).
DEPRESSED
- oxygen generator/mask PSU doors open.
SYS ON
- indicates when system is activated.
CREW SUPPLY PB SWITCH
ON
- supply valve is open, low pressure oxygen is
supplied to the masks.
OFF
- the valve is closed.
CVR, OXYGEN Panel
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ECAM DOOR/OXY Display
OXY Indication
- normally green - becomes amber when:
pressure goes below 400 psi,
low oxygen pressure is detected,
the OXYGEN CREWSUPPLY pb switch on overhead panel is OFF.
OXY High Pressure Indication
GREEN
- when pressure is 400 psi.
AMBER
- when pressure is < 400 psi.
- an amber half frame appears when oxygen pressure is < 1500 psi. In this case the
flight crew must check that the remaining quantity is not below the minimum (refer
to Operating Limitations).
REGUL LO PR Indication
- appears amber if oxygen pressure on the low-pressure circuit is low (50 psi).
DOOR Symbol (includes avionics, cargo, pax doors & overwing exits)
GREEN
- door is closed and locked.
AMBER
- door is not locked.
DOOR Indication
- appears amber when a door is not locked.
SLIDE Indication
- appears white when slide is armed.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
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EMER PB SWITCH
ON
- all PINK lights at all attendant stations flash,
- EMERGENCY CALL msg appears at the
Attendant Indication Panels,
- 3 HI/LO chime at all loudspeakers
CALL LIGHT
- flashes with buzzer when an emergency call
is performed from cabin to flight deck.
FWD/AFT PB
PRESSED
- a RED and a GREEN light illuminate at the
fwd/aft attendant panel
- CAPTAIN CALL msg appears at Attendant
Indication Panels,
- HI/LO chime sounds at fwd/aft attendant
loudspeaker.
MECH PB
PRESSED (and held)
- COCKPIT CALL light on the nose L/G panel
illuminates BLUE,
- external mechanical call horn sounds.
RELEASED
- COCKPIT CALL light remains illuminated
until pressing RESET on interphone panel,
- external horn stops.
WIPER ROTARY SELECTOR
- controls Capts wiper to either low or high
speed
- when selected off the wiper (parks) out of
view.
RAIN REPELLENT
- DEACTIVATED
Max Speed for wiper operations: 230 kts
CALLS & WIPER Panel
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AGENT 1 (2) (active when corresponding
ENG FIRE pb is pushed)
PUSH
- bottle is discharged.
SQUIB LIGHTs
- illuminate when corresponding ENG FIRE pb
is pushed to facilitate identification of the agent
pb to be activated.
DISCH LIGHTs
- illuminate when the related fire extinguisher
bottle is depressurized.
ENG 1 (2) FIRE PB
NORMAL POSITION
- in and guarded.
RELEASED (out)
- aural warning cancelled,
- squib armed,
- fuel LP valve closed,
- ENG fuel return valve closed,
- hydraulic fire valve closed,
- bleed valve closed,
- pack flow control valve closed,
- elec IDG deactivated.
ENG 1 (2) FIRE LIGHT
- illuminates independently of pb position as
long as fire warning active..
APU FIRE PB
NORMAL POSITION
- in and guarded.
RELEASED (out)
- APU automatic shutdown,
- aural warning cancelled,
- squib armed,
- APU fuel LP valve closed,
- APU fuel pump off,
- APU bleed & x bleed valves closed,
- APU GEN deactivated.
APU TEST PB (tests detection & protection
sys)
- continuous repetitive chime,
- MASTER WARN light flashes,
- ECAM APU FIRE warning active,
- APU FIRE pb illuminates,
- SQUIB lights illuminate,
- DISCH lights illuminate,
NOTE: Automatic shutdown on ground does not
occur during test.
ENG 1 or 2 & APU FIRE Panel
TEST PB (tests detection & protection sys)
PRESSED
- continuous repetitive chime,
- MASTER WARN light flashes,
- ECAM ENG FIRE warning active,
- ENG FIRE pb illuminates,
- SQUIB lights illuminate,
- DISCH lights illuminate,
- ENG FIRE lights on pedestal ON.
AGENT 1 (2) (active when corresponding ENG
FIRE pb is pushed)
PUSH
- bottle is discharged.
SQUIB LIGHTs
- illuminate when corresponding ENG FIRE pb is
pushed to facilitate identification of the agent pb
to be activated.
DISCH LIGHTs
- illuminate when the related fire extinguisher
bottle is depressurized.
ENG 2 same as ENG 1
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Engine Fire Schematic & APU EXT FIRE Panel
APU FIRE LT
- illuminates with warning horn
when fire detected.
- APU extinguisher auto discharges within
three seconds of fire detection.
- light out when fire extinguished.
APU (FIRE) SHUTOFF pb
- if selected, shuts down APU and
silences horn.
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ENG 1 (2) PUMP PB SWITCHES
ON
- pump pressurizes system when engine running.
OFF
- pump depressurized.
FAULT LIGHT
- reservoir low level,
- reservoir overheat, (light on as long as overheat
is present),
- reservoir low air pressure,
- pump low press (inhibited on ground when
engine stopped).
RAT MAN ON PB (guarded)
PRESS
- RAT extended.
NOTE: RAT automatically extended in case of total
electrical failure.
BLUE ELEC PUMP PB SWITCH
AUTO
- electric pump is energized provided AC power
available:
in flight,
on ground provided one
engine is running or the
BLUE PUMP OVRD pb has
been pressed.
FAULT (with ECAM Caution)
- reservoir low level,
- reservoir low air press,
- reservoir overheat (light remains on
as long as overheat is present),
- pump low pressure,
- pump overheat
PTU PB SWITCH
AUTO
- bidirectional PTU unit armed,
- both yellow & green electro-
hydraulic valves are open,
- runs automatically when the
differential pressure between
green & yellow sys is more
than 500 psi,
- PTU inhibited during first eng.
start, & auto tested during the
second eng. start.
OFF
- both green & yellow PTU electro-
hydraulic valves close,
- transfer stops.
FAULT LIGHT (with ECAM caution)
- green or yellow reservoir overheat,
(light on as long as overheat is
present),
- green or yellow reservoir low air
pressure,
- green or yellow reservoir low level.
YELLOW ELEC PUMP PB SWITCH
ON
- electric pump is energized. (If the
electric power supply is removed the
pump will remain de-energized at the
next electrical power application.)
OFF
- pump is de-energized. (It is automati-
cally energized when the lever of the
cargo door manual selector valve is set
to the OPEN or CLOSED position.
FAULT (with ECAM Caution)
- reservoir low level,
- reservoir low air press,
- reservoir overheat (light remains on
as long as overheat is present),
- pump low pressure,
- pump overheat.
HYDRAULIC Panel
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Hydraulic Schematic
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HYD ECAM Display
RESERVOIR Quantity
- indicates green with normal fluid level.
- indicates amber when fluid level is below warning level.
Reservoir LO AIR PRESS
- appears amber if air pressure drops below normal, and a caution appears on ECAM.
Reservoir OVHT
- appears amber if temperature of return fluid is above normal, and a caution appears on
ECAM.
FIRE VALVE
- Cross Line Amber: valve fully closed
- In Line Green: valve fully open.
OVHT (amber)
- electric pump for r blue or yellow system reaches an overheat condition.
RAT
- WHITE: RAT stowed.
- GREEN: RAT extended.
- AMBER: pressure for stowing RAT has been applied, or RAT pump is not available.
ELEC
- normally indicates white.
- indicates amber if associated power supply fails.
YELLOW ELEC PUMP Control
- WHITE: Electric Pump OFF
- GREEN: Electric Pump ON
- AMBER: Electric Pump ON and yellow system pressure is low.
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
7
7
8
8
6
LO AIR
PRESS
OVHT
PTU Control
GREEN: PTU pb in AUTO and PTU not transferring pressure.
AMBER: PTU pb is OFF
GREEN: PTU is supplying the green hydraulic system.
GREEN: PTU is supplying the yellow hydraulic system.
ENG PUMP Control & Low Pressure Indication
- In line (Green): the pb for designated PUMP is ON - Press normal
- Cross line (Amber): the pb for designated PUMP is OFF
- LO (Amber): the pb for designated PUMP is ON - Press low
System Label
System Pressure
- normally green
- becomes amber when pressure is below 1450 psi.
PUMP
- normally white.
- becomes amber when N2 below idle.
1
2
3
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HYD ECAM Display (cont)
9
9
10
11
11
12
13
13
12
10
1
2
3
pressure > 1450 psi pressure < 1450 psi
YELLOW white amber
white amber
LO
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L & R TK PUMPS PB SWITCHES
ON
- pump is energized, but fuel feeds only
when CTR TK PUMPS delivery pressure
drops below threshold.
OFF
- pump deactivated.
FAULT LIGHT (with ECAM Caution)
- low pressure,
- inhibited when OFF selected.
CTR TK PUMPS 1 (2) PB SWITCHES
ON
- pump runs if MAN mode is selected on MODE
SEL pb switch,
- pump is automatically controlled when
AUTO mode is selected.
OFF
- pump is deactivated.
FAULT (with ECAM Caution)
- pump is on with pressure low.
MODE SEL PB SWITCH
AUTO
- center tank pumps control is automatic,
- on with engine start (for 2 min.),
- before or after engine start sequence pumps run
provided slats are up.
- automatically switched off 5 min. after center tank
low level is reached.
MAN
- center tank pumps are manually controlled with
CTR TK pb sws.
FAULT (with ECAM Caution)
- pump is on with pressure low.
X FEED PB SWITCH
OFF
- valve closed,
- no light.
ON
- valve open,
- ON light illuminated.
OPEN LIGHT
- illuminated when valve is fully open.
ACT PB SWITCH (A321 only) *
Control of ACT transfer is automatic:
- the automatic forward transfer occurs if:
aircraft is in flight
slat are retracted
at least one ACT low level sensor is wet, and
center tank high level sensor has been dry for
at least 10 minutes
- automatic forward transfer stops as soon as one
of the above conditions is not met.
FWD LIGHT
- manual tansfer to the center tank is initiated by
opening
ACT transfer valve, and
ACT 1 or 2 inlet valve
- the ACT transfer is then commanded on.
FAULT LIGHT (with ECAM Caution)
center tank has less than 6614 lbs and one ACT
has more than 550 lbs, and
the ACT pb is in AUTO
FUEL LIMITATIONS:
Minimum fuel quantity for takeoff: 7000lbs.
Max imbalance inner tanks: 3300 lbs.
Max imbalance outer tanks: 1100 lbs.
FUEL Panel
* A321 Fuel Panel
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Fuel Tanks, Quantities & ECAM Display
USABLE FUEL
VOLUME
WEIGHT *
OUTER TANKS INNER TANKS CENTER TANK TOTAL
(liters) 880 x 2 6924 x 2 8250 23858
(US Gallons) 232 x2 1829 x 2 2180 6302
(KG) 691 x 2 5435 x 2 6476 18728
(LB) 1520 x 2 11982 x 2 14282 41285
* Fuel density: 0.785 kg/1 or 6.5551 lb/US Gal.
MEMO indications (green)
- examples shown
TOTAL Fuel Indication
Fuel Temperature Indication
- normally green
- temp above high limit or below low limit
displays an ECAM caution
Fuel Used indication
- eng id # amber when eng below idle
- eng id # white when eng at or above idle
- ind green flt phase 2 until elec pwr cut off
CTR TK FEED
FUEL X FEED
OUTER TK FUEL XFRD
REFUEL
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FUEL ECAM Display (cont)
Wing Pump Indications
In Line - GREEN: pump pressure is normal (pump contactor on).
LO - AMBER: pump pressure is low (pump contactor on).
Cross LIne - AMBER: pump contactor is off.
CTR Tank Pumps indications
In LIne - GREEN: pump pressure is normal (pump contactor on)
LO - AMBER: pump pressure is low (pump contactor on).
Cross Line - GREEN: pump contactor is off and auto shut off is required.
Cross LIne - AMBER: pump contactor is off and auto shut off is not required.
LP valve (eng-apu) indications
In LIne - GREEN: valve is open
In Line - AMBER: valve is open with ENG (APU) MASTER sw OFF or FIRE pb out.
Cross LIne - GREEN: APU valve is closed.
Cross Line - AMBER: ENG valve is closed or APU valve is closed with master sw. on.
Transit - AMBER: valve is in transit.
X Feed indications
In LIne - GREEN: valve is open
In Line - AMBER: valve is open with pb sw off.
Cross LIne - GREEN: valve is closed with pb sw on
Cross Line - AMBER: valve is closed with pb sw. on.
Transit - AMBER: valve is in transit.
Transfer valves indications
closed transit open low level open
Fuel Quantity indication
- GREEN normal indication
- AMBER line across last two digits when FQI is inaccurate.
- outer indication is boxed AMBER if both ctr tank pumps fail to open when inner low
- ctr tank is boxed AMBER if both ctr tank pumps fail or ares selected OFF.
- advisory in flt phases 2 & 6, when difference in two wings is > 1500kg (3300lb)
- indications of the wing inner and outer tanks with the highest fuel level pulses.
Fuel on board (FOB) indication (green - normal)
- amber line across last two digits when FQI inaccurate
- boxed AMBER ctr tank pumps failed or switched OFF/xfr valves failed to open when inner cell low.
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BAT 1 (2) INDICATOR
- shows battery voltage.
GALLEY PB SWITCH
AUTO
- main & secondary galleys are
powered,
- main galley shed:
in flight if only one gen operating
on grd if only one gen operating
(all galleys are avail. when APU
GEN or EXT PWR is on).
OFF
- main & secondary galleys are off.
FAULT (with ECAM activation)
- load of any GEN above 100% of
rated output.
COMMERCIAL pb sw as installed
ON
- all aircraft commercial electrical
loads are supplied:
cabin & cargo lights
water & toilet system
drainb mast ice protection
galley
passengers entertainment
semi-auto cargo loading (if
Installed)
OFF
- switches off all aircraft
commercial electrical loads
ELECTRICAL Panel
BAT 1 (2) PB SWITCH (controls Batt Charge Limit.)
AUTO
- battery charge limiter auto.controls the connection/
disconnection of corresponding battery to the DC BAT
BUS (3 PP) by closing/opening of the battery line con-
tactor.
- battery is connected to the DC BAT BUS in the follow-
ing cases:
APU starting (Master Sw at ON and N< 95%) The
connection is limited to 3min when the Emer-Gen is
running.
batt voltage below 26.5. On the grd - immediately
in flight, after a time delay of 30 min.
loss of AC BUS 1 * 2 when below 100 kt (EMER
GEN not operating). The batteries are connected to
the DC ESS BUS provided
- airplane speed lower than 50 kt, and
- AC BUS 1 & 2 are not supplied.
NOTE 1: In normal config. the batteries are discon-
nected most of the time.
NOTE 2: A batterys auto cut off logic prevents batter-
ies from complete discharge when on grd (parking)
Auto battery contactors opening occurs when:
airplane is on ground,
BAT pb sw are at auto,
main power supply (EXT PWR + GEN) is
cut off,
batt voltage is lower than 23V for >16 sec.
NOTE 3: Reset is achieved by switching BAT pb sw at
OFF then Auto
OFF
- battery line contactor is open,
- battery charge limiter is not operating.
OFF LIGHT
- illuminates provided the DC bat bus is supplied,
- hot busses remain powered.
FAULT LIGHT (with ECAM Caution)
- illuminated if battery is being charged at an abnormal
rate. (Battery contactor opens).
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AC ESS FEED PB SWITCH
NORMAL
- AC ESS BUS is powered from AC BUS 1.
ALTN
- AC ESS BUS is powered from AC BUS 2.
FAULT LIGHT (with ECAM activation)
- illuminated when the AC ESS BUS is not powered.
NOTE: with total loss of main GENS, the AC ESS BUS is auto-
matically powered by the emergency generator or by the static
inverter if the emergency generator is not available.
ELECTRICAL Panel (cont)
IDG 1 (2) PB SWITCH (guarded)
CAUTION: 1) if pb is held longer
than 3 sec, damage
may occur to disconnect mecha-
nism.
2) do not disconnect the IDG when
eng. not running.
PRESS
- IDG is disconnected,
- can only be reconnected by maint.
FAULT LIGHT (with ECAM Caution)
- IDG oil outlet temp above 185C,
- IDG oil press is low. (Inhibited with N2
below 14%).
GEN 1 (2) PB SWITCH
ON
- GEN field energized,
- line contactor closed (provided elec. parameters
are normal).
OFF
- GEN field open,
- line contactor open,
- fault circuit reset.
FAULT LIGHT (with ECAM Caution)
- indicates protection trip initiated by associated
GCU.
NOTE: if the protection trip is initiated by a differ-
ential fault the reset action has no affect after two
attempts.
- line contactor open (except if GEN pb s
selected OFF).
EXT PWR PB (momentary action)
AVAIL LIGHT
- external power plugged in,
- external power parameters are normal.
PRESS
- ext pwr contactor closes,
- AVAIL light goes out,
- ON light illuminates,
If the ON light was illuminated:
- ext pwr contactor opens,
- ON light extinguishes,
- AVAIL light illuminates
NOTE: external power has priority over
the APU GEN. ENG GENs have priority
over EXT PWR and the APU GEN. ON
light remains on even when the ENG
GENs supply the airplane.
BUS TIE PB SWITCH
AUTO
- BTCs open or closes automatically in order to main-
tain power supply to both AC BUS 1 and 2.
one contactor is closed when:
- one ENG GEN supplies the assoc. AC BUS bar
and,
- APU GEN or EXT PWR supplies the other side.
both contactors are closed in case of one engine,
or APU GEN, or EXT PWR supply.
OFF
- both bus tie contactors open.
Electrical Schematic
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ECAM ELEC Display
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BATTERY Indications
- BAT pushbutton switch at OFF, legend is in white (OFF replaces volts & amps),
- BAT pushbutton switch at AUTO, legend is white BAT 1 or 2 but becomes amber
when:
voltage and current indications changes to amber or,
in case of a BAT FAULT warning.
- BAT voltage is normally green - but becomes amber if V > 31 V or V < 25 V.
- BAT amps normally green - but become amber if discharge current > 5 A.
BATTERY Charge/Discharge Indication
- battery contactor closed. Battery charging current > 1A (green)
- battery contactor closed. Battery discharge current > 1A (amber)
- battery contactor closed. Current < 1A
- (as shown) battery contactor open.
DC BAT Indication
- legend normally green - becomes amber if DC BAT voltage 25 V.
BUS Indication
- label normally green - becomes amber when corresponding bus is off,
- SHED appears in amber when AC or DC SHED ESS BUS is off.
TR 1 (2) Indication
- legend TR 1 or 2 normally white - becomes amber when volts & amps become amber.
- TR volts normally green - become amber if V > 31 V or V < 25 V.
- TR amps normally green - becomes amber when TR current 5 A.
EMER GEN Indication
- legend EMERG GEN normally white - becomes amber when either the volts or freq
become amber,
- volts legend normally green - becomes amber if V > 120 V or V< 110,
- frequency legend normally green - becomes amber if F > 410 Hz or F < 390 Hz,
- Volts and freq indications are not displayed (as shown) when the EMER GEN line
contactor is open.
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ECAM ELEC Display (cont)
GEN (1) 2 Indications
- GEN pushbutton switch is OFF (no load, volts or frequency indicated),
GEN legend is amber,
OFF indication is white - replaces load, volts and frequency,
1 or 2 indication is white if associated engine running, amber if not.
- GEN pushbutton switch is ON:
GEN 1 or GEN 2 normally white - becomes amber if any of the following
legends become amber,
load % legend normally green - amber if load > 100%,
volts normally green - becomes amber if V > 120 V or V < 110 V,
freq normally green - becomes amber if F > 410 Hz or F < 390 Hz.
IDG Indications (example: 115C IDG 2)
115C
- oil outlet temperature,
- legend normally green - appears amber if T > 185C,
- flashes if 147C < T < 185C (advisory).
IDG (1) or 2
- normally white - amber if
oil outlet temp > 185C
oil pressure gets too low
IDG becomes disconnected
- the 1 or 2 is white if the corresponding engine is running, or the FADEC is not powered,
amber if the engine is not running and the FADEC is powered.
DISC/LO PR (not displayed in example - would occupy second line of info)*
- legend in amber when IDG disconnected,
- LO PR appears in amber when IDG low pressure is detected.
RISE (not displayed in example - would occupy third line of info)*
- normally green,
- difference between temp at IDG inlet and that at the outlet.
ESS TR Indication
- legend follows the logic of TR 1 (2),
- the volts and amps are not displayed (as shown) when the essential TR contactor is
open.
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ECAM ELEC Display (cont)
EXT PWR Indications
- not displayed if external power is not available (see previous examples).
- EXT PWR normally white - becomes amber if either of the following legends turn amber.
- volts normally green - becomes amber if V > 120 V or if V < 110 V.
- freq normally green - becomes amber if F > 410 Hz or if F < 390 Hz.
NOTE: EXT PWR replaced by STAT INV during static inverter test. It is normally green - but becomes
amber if:
- V < 110 V or V > 120 V.
- F < 390 Hz or F > 410 Hz
APU GEN Indications
- when APU MASTER switch is OFF legend is white regardless of the position of the
APU GEN pushbutton switch.
- when APU MASTER switch is ON, and the APU GEN pushbutton switch is OFF:
APU GEN legend is amber,
OFF legend is white.
- when APU MASTER switch is ON and the APU GEN pushbutton is ON:
indications are the same as for GEN 1 (2).
GALLEY SHED Indication
- legend appears in white when:
GALLEY pushbutton switch is OFF, or,
main galleys are shed meaning:
- in flight, only one generator operating,
- on ground, the aircraft is being supplied by one generator only.
- legend not displayed when aircraft is in its normal configuration.
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HOT AIR PB SWITCH
ON
- valve regulates hot air pressure.
OFF
- valve closes,
- trim air valves close,
- FAULT circuit is reset.
FAULT LIGHT (with ECAM Caution)
- duct overheat (88 C)
- light out when temp drops below 70 C and OFF
is selected.
AIR CONDITIONING Panel
ZONE TEMPERATURE SELECTORS
- 12 oclock position: 24 C (76F)
- COLD position: = 18 C (64 F)
- HOT position: = 30 C (86 F)
PACK FLOW SELECTOR
Permits selection of pack flow according to num-
ber of passengers & ambient conditions (smoke
removal, hot or wet conditions).
LO - 80%
If low is selected, pack flow can be
automatically selected up to 100%
when cooling demand cannot be
satisfied.
NORM - 100%
HI - 120%
The manual selection is irrelevant in
single pack operation or with APU
bleed supply. In these cases, HI is
automatically selected.
PACK PB SWITCH
ON
- pack flow control valve is automatically con-
trolled.
- valve opens except in the following cases:
upstream pressure below minimum,
compressor outlet overheat,
engine start sequence:
Both valves close when the MODE Sel. is
set to IGN (or CRK) and when either ENG:
- MASTER sw is set to ON (or MAN START
ps sw is set to ON), and
- the start valve is open, and
- N2 < 50%
On ground, the valves reopening is delayed
30 sec to avoid a supplementary pack
closure cycle during second engine start.
- onside engine fire pb depressed,
- ditching is selected.
FAULT LIGHT (with ECAM Caution)
valve disagrees with selected position
compressor outlet overheat, or
pack outlet overheat.
OFF
pack flow control valve closes.
ENG 1 (2) BLEED PB SWITCH
ON
- bleed valve opens provided:
upstream pressure is above 8 psi.,
APU BLEED pb sw is OFF, or APU bleed
valve is closed,
there is no onside wing or pylon leak, and
no OVER PRESS or OVER TEMP detect-
ed.
ENG FIRE pb not released out,
ENG start valve closed.
FAULT LIGHT (with ECAM Caution)
- overpressure downstream of the bleed val.
- bleed overheat,
- wing or ENG leak on the related side,
- bleed valve not closed during engine start,
- bleed valve not closed with APU bleed ON.
It extinguishes when the ENG BLEED pb sw is
at OFF provided the failure has disappeared.
OFF
- bleed valve & HP valve close,
- OFF light illuminates.
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AIR CONDITIONING Panel (cont)
RAM AIR PB SWITCH (guarded)
ON
- provided the DITCHING pb sw on the CABIN
PRESS panel is in normal position:
RAM air inlet opens,
if P 1 psi: the outflow valve control
remains normal.
if P < 1 psi: the outflow valve opens to
about 50% when not under manual control.
OFF
- RAM air inlet closes.
APU BLEED PB SWITCH
ON
- APU valve opens provided N > 95% and
there is no leak on APU or left side bleed.
(Should a leak occur on the right side, the
X-bleed would close).
- ON light illuminates.
OFF
- APU valve closes.
FAULT LIGHT (with ECAM Caution)
- APU leak is detected.
X BLEED SEL
AUTO
- X bleed valve is open if APU bleed valve is
open,
- X bleed valve is closed if APU bleed valve is
closed or in case of wing, pylon or APU leak
(except during engine start).
OPEN
- X bleed valve is open.
SHUT
- X bleed is closed.
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ECAM (Air) COND Display
TEMP
- unit of measure (C or F) is indicated in cyan
HOT AIR Pressure Regulating Valve
- fully closed & PB at AUTO - closed & PB at OFF or valve disagree closed
-open - not closed, disagree with control position
ZONE TRIM Air Valve Position
- indication is normally green - becomes amber if valve fails.
- C = Cold Valve fully closed,
- H = Hot Valve fully open.
ZONE DUCT Temperature
- normally green, becomes amber at 80C (176F).
ZONE Temperature
- indication is green.
CABIN FAN Fault Indication
- appears amber if fault detected.
ZONE CONTROLLER Fault Indication
ALTN MODE
- primary zone controller fault (green).
PACK REG
- zone controller fault (basic regulation by packs only) (green).
No Indication
- zone controller normal operation.
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Pneumatic Schematic
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ECAM BLEED Display
PACK Outlet Temperature
- indication is green - becomes amber if temperature above 90C.
RAM AIR Inlet
- fully open in flight - fully open on ground
-fully closed - amber in transit
PACK Bypass Valve Position
- indication is green,
- C = Cold - valve closed
- H = Hot - valve open.
ENGINE Bleed Valves
- BLEED valve normally opened - BLEED valve not in commanded (open) position
- BLEED valve normally closed - BLEED valve not in commanded (closed) position
HP Valves
- HP valve normally fully closed - HP valve not in commanded (closed) position
- HP valve not fully closed
PACK Flow Control Valve
- valve open - not closed, disagree with control position
-fully closed - fully closed, disagree with control position.
PACK Flow
- indication is green - becomes amber if pack flow control valve is closed.
NOTE: the pack flow indication can be up to 30% below the actual flow rate.
PACK Compressor Outlet Temperature
- indication is green - becomes amber if temperature above 230C.
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CROSS BLEED Valve
- crossbleed valve normally closed - crossbleed valve not in commanded (closed) position.
- crossbleed valve normally open - crossbleed valve not in commanded (open) position.
- crossbleed valve in transit
APU Bleed Valve
- APU valve not fully open and APU master switch ON,
- APU valve fully open and APU master switch ON
ENGINE Bleed Indications
Precooler inlet pressure (example 30 PSI)
- normally green,
- becomes amber if under 4 psi or if overpressure detected by the BMC (threshold
between 57 and 60 psi).
Precooler outlet temperature (example 160C)
- normally green, - becomes amber if BMC detects overheat or low temperature.
- overheat: temperature exceeds
290C for more than 5 seconds, or
270C for more than 15 seconds, or
257C for more than 55 seconds.
- low temperature is detected if the temperature is lower than 150C
NOTE: on the ground with engines at idle, depending on ambient temperature, the pre-
cooler outlet temperature may be below 150C.
ENGINE IDENTIFICATION (1 or 2)
- normally white - becomes amber when engine N2 below idle.
GND HP Ground Connection Indication
- displayed in green on ground.
ANTI-ICE Indication
- displayed in white when the WING PB switch on ANTI-Ice panel is ON.
ARROW
- normally not displayed when the corresponding valve is closed,
- normally green when corresponding valve is open
- amber when valve is open and air pressure is low or high, or valve is open on ground
for more than 10 seconds.
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ANTI-ICE Panel
WING ANTI-ICE PB SWITCH
ON
- ON light illuminates,
- WING ANTI ICE indications appears on ECAM
MEMO page,
- wing anti-ice control valve opens if pneumatic
air is available. On ground wing control valves
open for 30 seconds (test sequence).
OFF
- ON light extinguishes,
- wing anti-ice control valves close.
FAULT LIGHT (with ECAM activation)
- anti-ice control valve disagree,
- valve intransit,
- low pressure detected.
ENG 1 (2) PB SWITCH
ON
- ON light illuminates,
- ENG ANTI ICE indications appears on ECAM
MEMO page,
- eng anti-ice control valve opens if pneumatic
air is available.
- continuous ignition is selected when valve is
open and Anti-ice Eng pb is ON.
OFF
- ON light extinguishes,
- eng anti-ice control valves close.
FAULT LIGHT (with ECAM activation)
- anti-ice control valve disagree,
- valve intransit.
PROBES/WINDOW HEAT PB
AUTO
- probes/windows auto heated in flight,
- on ground with one engine operating (except
TAT probes).
ON
- ON illuminated,
- probes/windows heated.
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Wing & Engine Anti-Ice Schematics
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CABIN PRESS Panel
MODE SEL PB SWITCH
AUTO
- auto mode operating (one system at a time),
NOTE: if pressurization degraded performance is
suspected, a selection of the pressurization sys-
tem which is not active could be attempted by
switching the MODE SEL pb to MAN for at least
10 sec - then to AUTO.
MAN
- MAN illuminates,
- FAULT extinguishes,
- manual control is then operative by the MAN V/S
CTL switch.
FAULT LIGHT (with ECAM Caution)
- both automatic systems indicate faults.
MAN V/S CTL TOGGLE SWITCH (spring loaded
to neutral)
- controls outflow valve position by the MAN motor
when MODE SEL P/B switch is at MAN position.
UP
- valve moves towards open position.
DN
- valve moves toward closed position.
LDG ELEV ROTARY SELECTOR
AUTO
- pressurization system uses FMGS data to elab-
orate an optimized pressure schedule.
OTHER POSITIONS
- landing elevation from FMGS is not used by the
pressurization system,
- landing elevation selected (from 2,000 to
14,000 ft) is taken as reference.
DITCHING PB SWITCH (guarded)
NORMAL (de-selected)
- normal system operation.
ON
- a closed signal is sent to the outflow valve,
emergency ram air inlet, avionics ventilation
extract valve and pack flow control valves.
NOTE: if the MODE SEL pb sw is at MAN, the out-
flow valve remains controlled by the MAN V/S
CTL switch.
PRESSURIZATION LIMITATIONS
Max cabin differential pressure 8.6 psi
Neg cabin differential pressure - 1.0 psi
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LDG ELEV AUTO/MAN
- LDG ELEV AUTO appears in green when the LDG ELEV selector is in AUTO,
- LDG ELEV MAN appears in green when the LDG ELEV selector is not in AUTO,
- neither appears when the MODE SEL pushbutton switch is in MAN
Landing Elevation
- the landing elevation selected either automatically by the FMGS or manually by the pilot
appears in green (but not when the MODE SEL pushbutton is in MAN).
P PSI (Cabin Differential Pressure)
- analog and digital presentations appear in green when P is in the normal range.
- they appear amber when P 0.4 psi or 8.5 psi,
- digital presentation pulses if P > 1.5 psi (resets at 1 psi) during flight phase 7.
V/S FT/MIN (Cabin Vertical Speed)
- analog and digital presentations appear in green when V/S is in the normal range,
- they appear amber when V/S 2000 feet/minute,
- digital presentation pulses when V/S > 1800 feet/minute (resets at 1600 fpm).
CAB ALT FT (Cabin Altitude)
- analog and digital presentations appear in green, in normal range,
- they appear in red if the cabin altitude goes above 9550 feet,
- digital presentation pulses if the cabin altitude is at or above 8800 feet (resets at 8600 ft.)
Active System Indication (SYS 1 or SYS 2 or MAN)
- SYS 1 or SYS 2 appears in green when active and in amber when fault,
- when either system is inactive, its title does not appear,
- MAN appears in green when the MODE SEL switch is in MAN.
SAFETY VALVE Position
- SAFETY appears in white & diagram in green when both safety valves are fully closed,
- SAFETY & the diagram appear in amber when either valve is not closed.
NOTE: Safety valve opens when the cabin differential pressure is between 8.2 and 8.9 psi.The range
is due to the reduced accuracy of P measurements (in MAN mode),combined with the decrease in
cabin differential pressure that occurs immediately after the safety valve opens.
OUTFLOW VALVE Position
- indicates green with valve operating normally - amber when valve opens more than 95%
during flight.
PACK Indication
- triangle normally green, PACK 1 (2) indication normally white. Both become amber when
pack flow control valve is closed with associated engine running.
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CRUISE ECAM Display (cont)
LDG ELEV AUTO/MAN
Identical to CAB PRESS page.
CAB V/S FT/MIN (cabin vertical speed)
- GREEN normal range
- AMBER out of normal range: V/S > 2000 feet/min
- pulses when V/S > 1800 feet/min (resets at 1600 fpm)
CAB ALT FT (cabin altitude)
- GREEN normal range.
- RED: excessive cabin altitude > 9550 feet
- pulses when cabin altitude at or above 8800 feet (resets at 8,600 feet)
P indication
- GREEN normal indication
- AMBER when out of normal range P < - 0.4 psi or > 8.5 psi
ZONE indication and temperature
- temperature scale in use (C or F)
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NAV & LOGO SWITCH
NAV & LOGO
- navigation & logo lights activation,
Navigation lights are located at each wing
tip and the APU tail cone.
Logo lights are installed in the upper surface
of each horizontal stabilizer to illuminate the
the vertical stabilizer provided the main gear
struts are compressed or the slats are out.
WING SWITCH
ON
- illuminates two single beam lights on each
side of the fuselage to illuminate the wing
leading edge & engine air intake.
BEACON SWITCH
ON
- illuminated the two flashing red (anti-colli-
sion) lights on the top and bottom of the
fuselage.
STROBE SWITCH
ON
- stobe lights on each wing tip flash.
AUTO
- stobe lights are automatically switched on
when the shock absorber is not compressed.
OFF
- all strobe lights are off.
RWY TURN OFF SWITCH
ON
- illuminates runway turnoff light on the nose
gear strut.
- lights auto off when gear retracted.
L & R LAND SELECTORS
ON
- related landing light is extended & comes on
when fully extended.
OFF
- related light is extended but off.
RETRACT
- retracts the LDG lights & shuts them off.
NOSE SWITCH
TO
- both taxi & take-off lights are illuminated.
TAXI
- only taxi light is illuminated.
OFF
- taxi & take-off lights are off,
NOTE: lights also automatically off with gear
retraction.
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MASTER PB SWITCH (controls power supply for APU
operation and protections)
ON
- ON illuminates
- APU system is active, ECB completes power up test,
- APU air intake flap opens,
- APU fuel isolation valve opens,
- if not tank fuel pump is running, APU fuel pump operates,
- if grd pwr or main gen pwr is used, APU page appears on
ECAM system display.
OFF
- manual shutdown sequence starts.
- ON and/or AVAIL lights extinguish,
- if bleed air used, APU runs for a cooling period of 60 to 120
seconds at 75% speed (rpm),
- at 7% speed (rpm), air inlet flap closes.
FAULT (with ECAM activation - when auto shutdown
occurs)
Auto shutdown when:
- Fire (on ground),
- air inlet flap closed,
- overspeed,
- no acceleration,
- slow start,
- overtemp,
- no flame (no light-off)
- reverse flow
START PB SWITCH
ON
- ON illuminates, starter is energized,
- 7% speed (rpm) ignition,
- 50% speed (rpm) starter cut-out, ignition turned off,
- 95% speed (rpm) ON on START pb extinguishes and
AVAIL light illuminates.
- APU now available for bleed air and/or electrical power,
- 15 seconds later, APU page is removed from ECAM display.
AVAIL LIGHT
- on at 95% speed (rpm).
APU Panel
- low oil pressure,
- high oil temp,
- DC power lost,
- over-current,
- sensor failure,
- IGV failure,
- ECB failure.
APU LIMITATIONS:
Max start temp: 1038 C
Max continuous: 725 C
Max RPM: 107%
3 Start attempts
Generator operation to FL 390
Bleed operation to FL 200
Batt Start altitude FL250
Full 90 KVA altitude FL250
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AVAIL
- displayed in green when APU N is above 95%.
APU Bleed Valve Position
- valve open
- valve fully closed - valve fully closed if APU bleed ON
APU Bleed Air Pressure
- box displays the relative bleed air pressure in green,
- XX XX in amber is displayed when ADIRS2 is not available or selected OFF.
APU GEN Line Contactor Indication
- displayed in green when the APU GEN line contactor is closed.
APU GEN Parameters
- identical to the APU GEN parameters on the ELEC page.
FUEL LO PR
- displayed in amber if APU fuel pressure gets low.
FLAP OPEN
- displayed in green when APU air intake flap is fully open (MASTER SW ON).
APU N
-displays APU speed in green,
- becomes amber when N 102%,
- becomes red when N 107%
APU EGT
- displays APU EGT in green,
- becomes amber when EGT EGT max* 33C (stead during APU start, pulsing
when APU is running). [Amber line]
- becomes red when EGT EGT max* (automatic shutdown begins). [Red line]
* ECB calculates EGT max and transmits it to ECAM. It is a function of N during start
and a function of ambient temperature when the APU is running.
Maximum EGT during start: 1038C
Maximum EGT with APU running: 690 - 725C depending on ambient temperature.
LOW OIL LEVEL
- ADVISORY: displayed if the ECB detects a low APU oil level when on the ground and
APU not running.
ECAM APU Display
1
2
3
6
7
10
4
5
8
9
1
2
3
4
6
7
8
9
10
5
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ANN LIGHT SEL
TEST
- all flight deck annunciator lights illuminate,
- all LCDs indicate eight.
DIM
- annunciator lights dim,
BRT
- normal position.
DOME SELECTOR
BRT
- both dome lights on.
DIM
- dome lights dim.
OFF
- lights off.
ICE IND & STBY COMPASS SWITCH
ON
- turns on integral lighting for standby com-
pass and visual ice indicator on and off.
OVHD INTEG LIGHT KNOB
ROTATE
- overhead integral lighting intensity adjust-
ment.
SEAT BELTS SWITCH
ON
- FASTEN SEAT BELT signs (in cabin) and
RETURN TO YOUR SEAT signs (in lav)
illuminate with low chime.
OFF
- signs off,
- low chime sounds
NO SMOKING SWITCH
ON
- NO SMOKING & EXIT signs (in cabin)
illuminate with low chime.
AUTO
- NO SMOKING & EXIT signs (in cabin)
illuminate when gear is down and go out
when retracted.
- low chime sounds each event.
OFF
- signs off,
- low chime sounds.
NOTE: FASTEN SEAT BELT, NO SMOKING
& EXIT signs (in cabin & lavs) illuminate auto-
matically regardless of switch position if cabin
alt. exceeds 11,300 feet 350 feet.
INT LT & SIGNS Panels
EMER EXIT LT OFF LIGHT PB
OFF
- OFF illuminated
- if EMER PB switch at Pursers panel is pressed
to activate emergency lighting, light is off.
EMER EXIT LT SWITCH
ON
- overhead emergency lights, exit signs and floor proxim-
ity marking system illuminate.
OFF
- all lights off.
ARM
- floor prox. emerg. escape path system and ovhd emer.
lighting auto on if:
DC SHED ESS BUS failure, or
AC BUS 1 failure
- exit signs auto on if:
DC SHED ESS BUS failure, or,
excessive cabin alt, or
NO SMOKING sing illumination.
NOTE: Purser panel can over-ride emergency lights.
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TRANSMISSION KEYS
DEPRESSED
- associated channel is selected for transmis-
sion,
- three green lines illuminate,
- channel is deselected by pushing sw again
or selecting another channel.
CALL LIGHT
- flashes with buzzer for call from SELCAL
system.
MECH LIGHT
- flashes with buzzer for call from nose gear
bay,
- light out if not reset within 60 seconds.
ATT LIGHT
- flashes with buzzer for call from cabin atten-
dant,
- light out if not reset within 60 seconds.
RECEPTION KNOBS (alternate action)
PRESSED - KNOB OUT
- associated knob illuminates,
- associated audio reception channel is select-
ed
- rotate knob for volume adjustment.
PRESSED - KNOB IN
- audio reception channel is disconnected.
PA KEY
PRESSED (and held)
- green bars illuminate and boom set, oxygen
mask or hand mic may be used for PA
RESET KEY
PRESS
- CALL, MECH and ATT lights extinguish.
NOTE: MECH & ATT lights out after 60 sec. if
call not cancelled by RESET key.
ON VOICE KEY
DEPRESSED
- ON light illuminates,
- ident signals (Morse code nav signals [VOR
& ADF] are filtered.
AUDIO SELECTOR Panel
INT/RAD SWITCH (PTT)
INT
- flight interphone transmission mode is selected when using
boomset or mask mics regardless of the transmission key
selection,
- for reception, INT knob must be selected.
NEUTRAL (position)
- reception normal,
- boomset & mask mics disconnected.
RAD (switch must be held - PTT)
- used to talk by boomset or mask mics through facility
selected on the ACP.
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OVHD RADIO MANAGEMENT Panel (RMP)
ACTIVE WINDOW
- shows active freq of selected radio which is
identified by a green bar on selection key.
RADIO COMM SEL KEYS
PRESSED (green dot or bars illuminated)
- ACTIVE and STBY/CRS windows display
frequencies previously selected.
- example of bars display.
NAV KEY (with transparent switch-guard)
PRESSED
- green monitor light illuminates,
- Radio Nav Back-up mode is engaged,
- VOR, ILS, MLS & ADF receivers controlled
by RMP (no longer from FMGS),
- pressing again returns control to FMGS.
NOTE 1: back up tuning mode must be select-
ed on RMP 1 and 2 in case of both FMGCs or
MCDU failure. In case of emergency electrical
config RMP 1 only is powered.
NOTE 2: pressing NAV key on RMP3 (if
installed) has no effect.
NOTE 3: in NAV back-up mode, radio comm.
systems can be selected as in normal mode.
NOTE 4: setting one RMP to NAV back-up
mode removes NAV AIDS tuning capability
from both FMGCs.
NOTE 5: when an ILS/DME is tuned using the
RMPs, the DME distance is not displayed in
the PFDs.
ON LIGHT
- illuminates when RMP has control.
NAV LIGHT
- light always on.
STBY/CRS WINDOW
- displays a stby freq which can be made active by de-
pressing the Transfer Key or changed by rotating the
Tuning Knob,
- if course is displayed associated freq is
in ACTIVE window.
NOTE: if a course is displayed, depressing the transfer
key will show active freq on both windows.
TRANSFER KEY
PRESSED
- ACTIVE and STY freq are interchanged,
- selected receiver is now turned to new
ACTIVE freq.
STBY NAV KEYS
PRESSED (with NAV KEY on)
- when appropriate key pressed, the ACTIVE
window displays the present freq.,
- the green dot or bars illuminate on the selected
key (and previous STBY NAV or COM key lights
extinguish.
ROTATING (Frequency) KNOBS
- Two concentric knobs allow preselection of freq
for radio comm systems, standby nav systems
and selection of the required course for VOR or
ILS. A rate multiplier speeds up tuning if knob is
rotated rapidly.
- preselected frequency (STBY) becomes active
by pressing Transfer Key.
OUTER KNOB
- controls the most significant digits of the freq.
INNER KNOB
- controls the least significant digits of the freq.
ON/OFF SWITCH
- controls the power to each RMP
NOTE: when RMP 1 or 2 are off, RMP 3 is still
able to control UHF/VHF transceivers.
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FLT CTL (right side) & CARGO SMOKE Panel
DISCH PB SWITCH
PRESS
- ignites squib to discharge agent in corre-
sponding compartment (FWD or AFT).
DISCH LIGHT
ON
- bottle discharged.
SMOKE LIGHT (with ECAM Warning)
ON
- both channels detect smoke, or
- one channel detects smoke and the SDCU
detects a fault in the other channel.
TEST PB
PRESS
- tests smoke detector lights in sequence,
- SMOKE light flashes twice, and
- displays the ECAM Warning,
- closes the isolation valves of the ventilation
system,
- DISCHlight illuminates.
SAME AS Pg. 7 (left side)
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FWD
AFT
Cargo Compt Fire Detection Schematic
ECAM ECAM
CARGO
VENTILATION
AND
AND AND
OR
CARGO
VENTILATION
SDCU
SMOKE
DETECTORS
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Cargo Compt Fire Protection Schematic
DISCHARGE
HEADS
PRESSURE
SWITCH
BOTTLE
FORWARD
NOTE: ETOPS aircraft have two bottles.
AFT
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VENTILATION Panel
CAB FANS PB SWITCH
ON
- two cabin fans run.
OFF
- two cabin fans stop
NOTE: a double fan failure an ECAM Caution
is activated.
BLOWER PB SW & EXTRACT PB SW
AUTO (both switches are in AUTO)
On ground before power application:
- ventilation system is in open circuit configu-
ration (closed configuration when skin temp
below the ground threshold).
On ground after TO power application, or in flt:
- ventilation system is in closed circuit config.
OVRD (either switch is at OVRD)
- system goes to closed circuit configuration.
- air from air conditioning system is added to
ventilation air (the blower fan stops if BLOW-
ER pb sw at OVRD position).
OVRD (both switches are at OVRD)
- air is provided from the air conditioning sys-
tem and then extracted overboard,
- extract fan remains energized.
FAULT LIGHT (with ECAM activation)
Blower Fault Light
- blowing pressure low*
- duct overheat*
- computer power supply failure
- smoke warning.
Extract Fault Light
- extract pressure low*
- computer power supply failure,
- smoke warning*
* if the warning occurs on the ground, engines
stopped, the external horn is triggered.
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Ventilation Schematic
AVIONIC BAY
SKIN EXCH
OUTLET
BYPASS
VALVE
SKIN EXCH
ISOL VALVE
SMOKE
DETECTOR
AIR COND
FROM COCKPIT
SKIN
HEAT
EXCH
SKIN EXCH
INLET
BYPASS
VALVE
SKIN AIR
INLET
VALVE
SKIN AIR
EXTRACT
VALVE
BLOWER
FAN
EXTRACT
FAN
VALVES & FANS
CONTROLS
FILTER
AIR COND
INLET VALVE
AIR COND
DUCT
CONTROLLER
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ENG Panel
N1 MODE PB SWITCH
ON
- ON light illuminates.
- thrust control reverts from EPR mode to rated N1 mode,
- following an automatic reversion to N1, rated or unrated
mode, pressing the pb sw confirms the mode.
OFF
- if available, EPR mode is selected.
MAN START PB SWITCH
ON
- ON light illuminates.
- start valve opens provided MODE sel is on the IGN/START
position and N2 < 15%.
- on ground both pack valves close provided MODE sel is on
the IGN/START position and N2 is < idle. They reopen
when IGN is deselected.
OFF
- start valve closed unless a start cycle is in progress.
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F/O WIPER PANEL
Same as Capts controls
WIPER LIMITATION:
Wiper operation - 230 kts.
WIPER (right side) Panel
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WET COMPASS.
Wet Compass & Glareshield
CAPT CAPTAINS RESPONSIBILITIES AINS RESPONSIBILITIES
FIRST OFFICERS RESPONSIBILITIES FIRST OFFICERS RESPONSIBILITIES
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Glareshield Panel
MASTER CAUTION LIGHT
ILLUMINATES
- for level 2 cautions,
- accompanied by a single chime,
EXTINGUISHED when
- pressed,
- warning/caution no longer exists,
- pressing CLR pb on the ECAM control panel,
- pressing the EMERG CANCEL pb on ECAM
control panel (for Master Caution only).
SIDE STICK PRIORITY ARROW LIGHT
ILLUMINATES
- on side losing authority,
- remains on as long as authority is no recovered:
because the other TAKE OVER pb is released
in less than 40 sec, or
because TAKE OVER pb used to cancel a
latched priority situation (> 30 sec).
CAPT F/O LIGHT
ILLUMINATES
- on side who has taken priority by depressing
the takeover pb if the opposite stick is not at
neutral.
EXTINGUISHES when
- opposite stick is returned to the neutral position.
CHRONO SWITCH
PUSH
- used to stop/start ECAM chronometer.
MASTER WARNING LIGHTS
FLASH
- for level 3 warning,
- accompanied by an aural warning (continuous
repetitive chime, specific sounds or synthetic
voice.
AUTO LAND LIGHT
ILLUMINATED if
- excessive deviation,
- loss of second autopilot,
- long flare,
- greater than 10 ft. difference
between radio altimeters.
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Glareshield Panel (cont)
OPTIONAL DATA DISPLAY PB SWITCHES
PUSH
- enables display of optional data in addition to
the data permanently displayed in PLAN, ARC
or ROSE modes,
- green stripes illuminate,
- only one activated at at time.
BARO REFERENCE DISPLAY WINDOW
FD PB SWITCH
PUSH (on)
- allows FD bars (or FPD Symbol) to be
displayed,
- green stripes illuminate.
PUSH (off)
- removes FD bars from associated PFD
(or FPD Symbol, if the TRK FPA is
selected.
ILS PB SWITCH
PUSH
- LOC and GS scales and deviation
symbols displayed on PFD,
- green stripes illuminate.
ADF - VOR BEARING SWITCHES
SELECT
- enables selection of ADF and/or VOR
bearing pointers and DME distance on
onside ND as well as the corresponding
navigation station characteristics in any
mode except PLAN mode.
RANGE SELECTOR SWITCH
- enables selection of required scale on
onside ND.
MODE SELECTOR SWITCH
- enables selection of required navigation
display on onside ND.
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Glareshield Panel (cont)
DISPLAY
ALT WINDOW
- displays altitude selected by the
pilot on the FCU,
- ALT is never dashed.
SPEED/MACH
SWITCHING
SPEED/MACH
REF CONT KNOB
LOCALIZER
ENGAGEMENT
HDG/TRK
REF CONT KNOB
AUTOPILOT
ENGAGEMENT
AUTOTHRUST
ENGAGEMENT
HDG - V/S/TRK - FPA
SELECTION
ALTITUDE
REF CONT KNOB
ALTITUDE
SETTING METERS
EXPEDITE
ENGAGEMENT
APPROACH
ENGAGEMENT
V/SPEED - FPA
REF CONT KNOB
FLIGHT CONTROL UNIT
- two types of guidance and their associated modes are available. Those managed by the FMGS
are associated with dashed windows and their illuminated lights. Those selected by the crew are
displayed on the windows with the corresponding lights extinguished.
- in order to engage MANAGED guidance, the pilot must push the associated selector.
- in order to engage a SELECTED guidance mode, the pilot must TURN (to select the required
parameter value) and PULL the selector.
GLARESHIELD LIGHTING KNOBS
TURN
- to adjust integral and flood lighting.
INTEGRAL FLOOD
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Glareshield Panel (cont)
same as opposite side
same as opposite side
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Instrument Panel Flow
CAPT CAPTAINS RESPONSIBILITIES AINS RESPONSIBILITIES
FIRST OFFICERS RESPONSIBILITIES FIRST OFFICERS RESPONSIBILITIES
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Captains Tiller, Side Stick & Arm Rest
PUSH-TO-TALK SW
A/P DISCONNECT/SIDESTICK PRIORI-
TY PB
- controls general brightness
of ND symbology.
- extreme left position switches
off ND.
ARM REST
Pitch Adjustment
Height Adjustment (similar wheel on
arm edge - not shown on this photo)
Protection Wheel
HANDWHEEL (interconnected)
- steer nosewheel up to 75 degrees in
either direction.
Rudder PEDAL DISC PB
- removes control of nose wheel steering
from the rudder pedals until the button is
released.
POSITION display
- arm rest memory display in pitch and
height
GPWS - G/S PB
GPWS LIGHT
- illuminates when any mode 1 to 4 is activated,
- accompanied by specific voice warning,
- ECAM activation.
G/S LIGHT
- illuminates when mode 5 is activated,
- GLIDESLOPE voice warning,
- ECAM activation.
PFD/ND XFR
PUSH (each push)
- PFD and ND images will be interchanged.
NOTE: in case of PFDU failure, PFD display auto-
matically transferred on the NDU.
ND BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
KNOB
OUTER KNOB
- controls brightness of weather
radar image only,
INNER KNOB
- controls general brightness
of ND symbology.
- extreme left position switches
off ND.
LOUD SPEAKER VOLUME CONTROL
PDF BRIGHTNESS CONTROL KNOB
OFF
- PFD off,
- PDF image automatically displayed on the ND
- pilot may recover the ND by means of the
PFD-ND XFR pb switch.
CONSOLE/FLOOR SWITCH (Capt and for)
BRT & DIM control
- permits illumination of side consoles,
- brief cases,
- floor around each pilot seat.
Captains Instrument Panel
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PFD INDICATIONS
Captains Instrument Panel (cont)
FMA
Airspeed
Attitude
Guidance
Radio Height
Altitude
and
Vertical
Speed
Altitude
Baro
Set
Mach ILS
data Heading / Track
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PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY (PFD)
APPROACH
CAPABILITIES
AND
DA/MDA
AP, FD, A/THR
ENGAGEMENT
STATUS
LATERAL
GUIDANCE
MODE
VERTICAL
GUIDANCE
MODE
A/THR
MODE
SELECTED
HEADING
(IF OFF TAPE)
LOCALIZER
COURSE
HEADING
SELECTED
HEADING
ACTIVE MODE
GREEN 1ST LINE
ARMED MODE
BLUE 2ND LINE
CPIP 3
CPIP 1
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PFD ALTITUDE DATA
SELECTED SELECTED AL ALT T
VERTICAL VERTICAL SPD SPD
CURRENT CURRENT AL ALT T
AL ALT SETTING T SETTING
CONSTRAINT CONSTRAINT AL ALT T
DESCENT P DESCENT PA ATH TH
INDICA INDICAT TOR OR
(MAGENT (MAGENTA A DONUT) DONUT)
RADIO RADIO AL ALT ELEV T ELEV
LANDING ELEV LANDING ELEV
FROM DA FROM DAT TABASE ABASE
29.88
QNH
29.88
QNH
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PFD SPEED DATA
VMAX VMAX
VLS VLS
ALPHA ALPHA PROT SPEED PROT SPEED
ALPHA ALPHA MAX SPEED MAX SPEED
VFE NEXT VFE NEXT - VFE corresponding to next flap
lever position when aircraft below FL150 or
FL200.
NOTE: see next page for Symbology & Definitions.
ECON SPEED RANGE ECON SPEED RANGE
ENG OUT OPERA ENG OUT OPERATING SPEED IN TING SPEED IN
CLEAN CONFIGURA CLEAN CONFIGURATION TION
AIRSPEED REF AIRSPEED REF AND SCALE AND SCALE
MIN SLA MIN SLAT RETRACT SPEED T RETRACT SPEED
MIN FLAP MIN FLAP RETRACT SPEED RETRACT SPEED
T TARGET ARGET AIRSPEED AIRSPEED
DECISION SPEED (V1) DECISION SPEED (V1)
MACH NUMBER MACH NUMBER
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SYMBOLOGY & DEFINITIONS:
Vs - reference stalling speed (Equal to Vs1g).
VMCG - minimum control speed on ground from which a sudden failure of
the critical engine can be controlled by use of primary flight con-
trols only, the other engine remaining at TO power.
V1 - represented by 1 on airspeed scale (or (V1 value when out of
range). Manually inserted by the crew through the MCDU.
Vr - manually inserted by the crew through the
MCDU.
V2 - represented by the SPEED SELECT symbol on airspeed scale.
- minimum value for V2 is equal to 1.13 Vs of the corresponding
configuration.
- manually inserted by the crew through the MCDU.
VMCA - minimum controls speed in flight at which aircraft can be control-
led with 5 max bank, in case of failure of one engine, the other
engine remaining at TO power (TO flaps setting, gear retracted).
F - is the minimum speed at which the flaps may be retracted to
CONF 1. Represented by F on airspeed scale. It is equal to
about 1.23 Vs of CONFIGURATION 1+F.
S - is the minimum speed at which the slats may be retracted to
CONF 0. Representated by S on airspeed scale. It is equal to
about 1.29 Vs of CLEAN CONFIGURATION.
O - ENGINE OUT OPERATING (Green Dot) speed (Best lift to drag
ration speed or DRIFT DOWN SPEED) in clean configuration. It
corresponds also the the FINAL TAKEOFF SPEED. It is calcul-
ated by FACs and represents:
below 20,000 ft:
Green dot = 2 x weight (t) +80
above 20,000 ft. add 1 kt per 1,000 ft.
VFE - max speed for each flaps and/or slats configuration.
VREF - reference speed used for a normal final approach, it is equal to
1.23 Vs of configuration FULL
- represented on the MCDU APP page.
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SYMBOLOGY & DEFINITIONS: (cont)
VLS - Lowest Selectable Speed.
- it is represented by the top of an amber strip along the airspeed
scale. It corresponds to 1.13 Vs during the takeoff or following a
touch-and-go. As soon as the flap/slat selection is made VLS
becomes:
1.23 Vs for CONF other than CLEAN CONF
!.28 Vs for CONF 0
NOTE: if in CONF 0 VLS was 1.23 Vs (instead of 1.28 Vs) the
VLS strip on PFD would be hidden by the alpha prot. strip.
- above 20,000 ft. VLS is corrected for Mach effect to maintain
0.2g buffet margin.
VAPP - FINAL APPROACH SPEED
- displayed on MCDU APPR page. It is calculated by the FMGC
and represents: VAPP = VLS + Wind correction + 5 kts.
NOTE: 5 kts increment is required for autoland only. Never the less,
this increment is always added by FMGC. WIND correction
is 1/3 of headwind component based upon wind direction
and speed entered on the MCDU APPR page.
- VAPP may be modified and manually entered through MCDU. For
failure cases VAPP should be entered as follows:
VAPP = VREF + CONF CORR + WIND CORRECTION*
* WIND CORRECTION:
if configuration correction > 20 kts:
WIND CORRECTION = 0
if configuration correction < 20 kts:
WIND CORRECTION = 1/3 of headwind component limited such
that the configuration correction plus the wind correction do not
exceed 20 kts.
VAPP - it is represented by a magenta triangle. It is calculated by FMGC
TARGET and provides an efficient speed guidance in approach in various
windy conditions. It represents:
VAPP TARGET = GS mini + actual headwind (measured by ADRIS)
with GS mini = VAPP - TOWER WIND (headwind component on
runway axis calculated by FMGC from tower wind entered on the
MCDU APPR page).
VSW - Stall Warning Speed. It is represented by a red and black strip
along the speed scale when the flight controls normal law is
inoperative. It is equal to 1.05 Vs of the present configuration.
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PFD Flags
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
SI Flag (red) appears if the sideslip information is lost or any reverse is deployed in flight, the
index disappears.
2
SPD SEL Flag (red) indicates failure of selected speed information.
4
FD Flag (red) appears when both FMGCs fail, or if both FDs are disengaged and the FD pb is
ON and the attitude is valid.
5
CHECK ATT Flag (amber) appears when there is a disagreement (of at least 5) in the attitude
information displayed by the two PFDs. CHECK ATT appears on both PFDs and a caution
appears on the ECAM.
6
SPD Flag (red) replaces the speed scale when the speed information fails.
7
WINDSHEAR Flag (red) flashes for nine seconds, then steady if appropriate navigation receivers
fails.
8
FPV Flag (red) appears in the TRK FPA mode, when the drift angle or flight path angle is not
valid.
10
MACH Flag (red) appears when Mach data fails.
11
ILS 1 Flag (red) appears with ILS frequency failure, or if either the LOC or G/S signals fail, an
ILS 1 (on PDF1) or ILS 2 (on PDF2) fail.
12
DME 1 Flag (red) appears when DME distanceis not valid, a DME 1 (on PFD1) or DME 2 (on
PFD2 replaces the DME distance indication.
9 SPD LIM Flag (red) appears when both FACs are inoperative, or in the case of SFCC dual flap/
slat channel failure. the PFD information is lost: VLS, S, F, Green Dot, Vtrend, Vmax, VFE next
and VSW.
3 V1 INOP Flag (red) flag replaces digital value when V1 signal is not valid.
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PFD Flags (cont)
23
22
15
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
13
CHECK HDG Flag (amber) appears with a 5 discrepancy between the Captains and First
Officers heading indications.
14
HDG Flag (red) replaces the heading indicator with failure of heading information..
16 RA Flag (red) replaces RA height information when both radio altimeters fail.
17
ILS Flag (red) appears when APPR mode is armed & ILS display not selected.
18
DH Flag (amber) appears when the aircraft reaches the selected DH.
19
V/DEV Flag (red) flashes when FINAL mode is armed or engaged, and the ILS pb is selected.
20
V/S Flag (red) replaces VS scale if vertical speed information fails.
22
CHECK ALT Flag (amber) appears along with an ECAM caution if the difference between the
two PDF altitude indications is greater than 250 feet when QNH is selected, or 500 feet when
STD is selected. .
23 ALT SEL Flag (red) appears when selected altitude information fails.
24
V/DEV Flag (amber) flashes when in approach phase and, when either the FINAL mode is
armed/engaged or a non-ILS aproach has been selected and the ILS pb is selected.
25
ATT Flag (red) if PFD loses all attitude data, its entire sphere is cleared to display the ATT flag.
21 ALT Flag (red) replaces altitude scale with failure of altitude information.
15 LOC & G/S Flag (red) appears with failure of the localizer or glideslope receiver.
24
25
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Navigation Display (ND) Rose NAV Mode
GROUND SPEED/TRUE AIRSPEED
WIND ORIGIN/FORCE
DIRECTION ARROW
A/C HEADING
ACTUAL TRK
SEL HDG or TRK
NAVAID
TRU appears at the top of the rose when it is displaying true heading
instead of magnetic heading (latitude above 73N and 60S)
A/C SYMBOL
BEARING
POINTER
CHRONOMETER
NAVAID
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Navigation Display (ND) Rose ARC Mode
TO WAYPOINT
ACTIVE
FLIGHT
PLAN
RANGE
MARKS
Range Marks & Values
The range scale value selected on the EFIS control panel (10 to 320 NM) governs
the scale on the ND.
The values displayed on the ND are:
In ROSE NAV mode - 1/4 of the selected range for the inner circle
- 1/2 of the selected range for the heading scale circle
In ROSE ARC mode - 1/4 of the selected range for the first inner circle
- !/2 of the selected range for the second inner arc
- 3/4 of the selected range for the third inner arc.
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ROSE VOR ROSE ILS
ROSE NAV
PLAN
ARC
Navigation Display Modes
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WEATHER RADAR
TCAS
Navigation Display Modes (cont)
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ND Flags
4
GPS APP
PRED W/S
MODE CHANGE
OFST R 12
3
6
7
8
5
7
2
1
1
HDG Flag (red) flashes for nine seconds, then steady if heading data fails, rose, arc and associ-
ated symbols disappear.
2
CHECK HDG Flag (amber) when flight warning computer detects a discrepancy (5) between
sides 1 and 2, this flag appears on both NDs, along with a caution on the ECAM.
4
LOC Flag (red) flashes for nine seconds, then steady if LOC data fails.
5
G/S Flag (red) flashes for nine seconds, then steady if G/S data fails.
6
VOR Flag (red) flashes for nine seconds, then steady if ROSE VOR bearing data is not valid.
7
VOR1(2) or ADF1(2) or DME1(2) Flag (red) flashes for nine seconds, then steady if appropriate
navigation receivers fails.
8
VOR Course Flag if VOR course fails, a red CRSXXX flag appears. If there is non-computed
data (NCD), a blue CRS_ _ _ appears.
3
MODE CHANGE (green) when there is a discrepancy between the selected mode on the EFIS
control panel and the mode sent from the outside FMGC, or while the DMC is preparing a new
page for display. [MODE CHANGE has priority over RANGE CHANGE]
RANGE CHANGE (green) when there is a discrepancy between the the EFIS range and the out-
side FMGC range.
MAP NOT AVAIL (red)
- MODE CHANGE and RANGE CHANGE displayed for more than six seconds.
- FMGC has failed.
- FMGC has delivered an invalid aircraft position.
W/S SET RING 10 NM (red for warning, amber for caution) is displayed if a predictive winds-
hear alert is triggered and the range is above 10 NM.
W/S CHANGE MODE (red for warning, amber for caution) is displayed if a predictive wind-
shear alert is triggered and the ND is not in ARC or ROSE mode.
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ND Flags (cont)
12
GPS APP
PRED W/S
MODE CHANGE
OFST R 12
10
11
9
9
Other messages
MAP PARTLY DISPLAYED (amber) incomplete data transmission between FMGC (priority crite-
ria) and the DMC, or if the DMC cannot draw the complete MAP. This messages is also displayed
when a very long leg [when the starting point (or endpoint) is located more than 45 from aircraft
location (45 of longitude or latitude)] exists in the flight plan.
NAV ACCUR UPGRADE (white) or NAV ACCUR DOWNGRAD (amber) signals a change in
navigation accuracy.
SPECIFIC VOR/D UNAVAIL (amber) navaid that is tuned for selected approach or departure is
not available.
SET OFFSIDE RING/MODE (amber) displayed on ND1(2) in case of an FMGC1(2) failure when
the two ND ranges or modes selected on the EFIS control panels are different.
GPS PRIMARY (white, boxed white) GPS PRIMARY mode is availalble, or has been recovered.
Pilot can clear this message by pressing the CLR key on the MCDU.
GPS PRIMARY LOST (amber, boxed white) GPS PRIMARY is not available and not clearable.
NOTE: a green (down) arrow is displayed when more than one of these messages are present at
the same time.
10
OFST R(L) XX Flag (yellow) when temporary or an offset flight plan is entered in NM.
12
GPS Flag (green) is displayed when a GPS approach is selected.
11
PRED W/S Flag (amber) when the WINDSHEAR switch on the weather radar is set to AUTO,
and a Predictive Windshear System fault is detected appears on the ground or when flaps and
slats are extended. A single chime sounds, and the radar image remains available, provided the
fault does not affect the radar mode.
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EFIS Symbology
NAVAIDS are displayed in:
BLUE when tuned and selected for display
MAGENTA when presented on the ND as an option (not
part of the F-PLN)
GREEN when the current waypoint of the F-PLN
WHITE when the navaid is the TO waypoint
SYMBOL TYPE SYMBOL DEFINITION
Position where
the A/C will
reach
Top of DES
Start of CLIMB
Intercept
point
Speed change
Decelerate
point
FCU selected altitude (Blue)
Constrained altitude (Magenta)
DES not armed (White)
DES armed (Blue)
CLB not armed (White)
CLB armed (Blue)
Indicates the point where the
A/C meets the FMGC comput-
ed vertical profile
Selected (White)
Managed (Blue)
Indicates the point where the A/C will
initiate an automatic ACCEL or
DECEL from current speed to new
computed speed in case of SPD,
LIM, SPD CSTR or HOLDING SPD
(Magenta)
Indicates where the A/C will initiate
an automatic DECEL to reach Vapp
(When APPR phase starts)
(Magenta)
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SYMBOL TYPE SYMBOL DEFINITION
SYMBOL DEFINITION SYMBOL COLOR
Active Flight Plan Route
Secondary Flight Plan Route
Temporary Flight Plan Route
Alternate Flight Plan Route
Missed Approach Flight
Plan Route
Engine Out Flight Plan
Route
Pre-Nav Engage Path
Vector
Airports
Runway Symbol
Tuned ILS
Collocated VORTAC and
VOR/DME NAVAID
Collocated Tuned VORTAC
or VOR/DME NAVAID
VOR NAVAID
Tuned VOR NAVAID
Green
(NAV Engaged)
(NAV Not Engaged)
White
Yellow
Blue in Plan
Green in ARC or Rose
Blue in Plan
Green in ARC or Rose
Blue (F-PLN Not Active)
Green (F-PLN Active)
Green
Magenta
White
Blue
Magenta
Blue
Magenta
Blue
ALT CNST
CSTR is predicted to be met (Magenta)
CSTR is predicted to be missed (Amber)
CSTR is not being considered (White)
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EFIS Symbology (cont)
SYMBOL DEFINITION SYMBOL COLOR
DME NAVAID, i.e. TACAN
(no azimuth)
Tuned DME NAVAID (no
azimuth)
NDB NAVAID
Tuned VOR NAVAID
Waypoint (option to ND)
Active Waypoint
Left Holding Pattern or
Procedure Turn (Not active
or Next Leg)
Right Holding Pattern or
Procedure Turn (Not active
or Next Leg)
Left Holding Pattern
(Active or Next Leg)
Right Holding Pattern
(Active or Next Leg)
Cross Track Error information
Magenta
Blue
Magenta
Blue
Magenta
White
White
White
Green
Green
Yellow/Green
2R
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Standby Instruments & TERR ON ND Panel
STANDBY AIRSPEED INDICATOR
AIRSPEED POINTER
AIRSPEED BUGS (4)
- provided for marking airspeed reference.
STANDBY ALTIMETER
ALTITUDE COUNTER
ALTITUDE POINTER
BARO-SET COUNTER
- display pressure setting in INHg.
BARO-SET KNOB
- adjusts number in lower window.
TERR ON ND pb (Capt)
ON
- terrain is displayed on the ND, if TERR sw ON
and FAULT light is not on.
OFF
- terrain data is not displayed on ND
STANDBY HORIZON
ROLL SCALE
- measures bank angle up to 60.
FLAG
- appears if instrument or power supply fails.
PITCH SCALE
- measures pitch angle.
A/C REFERENCE
- fixed symbol.
CAGING KNOB
Pull
- gyro is erected,
- horizon is leveled and centered (airplane
should be level during this procedure).
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DME 1 (2) WINDOWS
- DME 1 and 2 distances are indicated in NM.
COMPASS CARD
- normally supplied from ADIRU 1,
- can be selected to ADIRU 3 by the ATT HD
G SWITCHING Selector.
BEARING POINTERS
- indicate magnetic bearing to the station received by
VOR 1 or ADF 1 (narrow or single needle),
- indicate magnetic bearing to the station received by
VOR 2 or ADF 2.
VOR/ADF FLAGS
- VOR or ADF receiver failure,
- internal failure of RMI,
- heading signal from ADIRS invalid,
- power supply failure.
VOR/ADF SELECTOR
- selects VOR or ADF on dashed or double pointer.
Digital Distance & Radio Magnetic Indicators
Captains Panel
TERR ON ND pb
ON
- terrain is displayed on the ND, if TERR sw ON
and FAULT light is not on.
OFF
- terrain data is not displayed on ND
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ECAM
Engine Limitations:
Max engine start EGT 635C
Start Attempts 3
1st attempt 2 min.
2nd attempt 2 min.
3rd attempt 1 min
(15 sec between attempts- then 30 minute cool)
Max re-engage 10% N2
Max oil temp for start; neg 40
Min oil quantity : 13 qts
Min oil press: 60 psi
Min oil temp above idel - 10 C
Min oil temp for Takeoff 50 C
Max cont oil temp: 155 C
Max transient oil temp 165 C
Max time in TOGA: 5 min (single eng - 10 min)
Max assumed temp for flex TO
ISA + 65 (A319)
ISA + 55 (A320 A5)
ISA + 46 (A320 A1)
Max EGT for MCT: 610 C
Max EPR with parking brake: 1.18
Max N1: 100%
Max N2: 100%
Min speed for full reverse: 60 kts
Engine Control Parameters
EPR
EGT
N1
N2
TOGA
FUEL QUANTITY INDICATOR
FUEL FLOW
TANK QUANTITY
FUEL ON BOARD
FLAPS/SLATS POSITION
MEMO INFORAMTION
FLIGHT PHASE RELATED
SYSTEMS PAGE
Crusie page in this example.
PERMANENT DATA
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ECAM (cont)
Primary & Secondary Failures
ACTION LINE SECONDARY
(BLUE) FAILURES
(AMBER) (AMBER)
ACTION LINE OVERFLOW
(BLUE) SYMBOL
(GREEN) (GREEN)
Primary Failures are identified by a boxed title.
Secondary Failures are identified by a star preceding name of affected system.
NOTE: overflow symbol will be displayed in case of overflow of sec. failures.
Scrolling of the messages is controlled by depressing the CLR key on the ECAM
Control Panel.
Name of another
independent failure.
Displayed here in
case of overflow.
Independent Failures
Checklists
PRIMARY
FAILURE
(AMBER (AMBER or RED)
INDEPENDENT
FAILURE
(AMBER (AMBER or or RED) RED)
ECAM
Checklists
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ECAM (cont)
Memos
Memos are listed on the ECAM as a reminder of temporary components currently
in use: i.e. LDG LTS, SEAT BELTS, NO SMOKING
Memos are normally green, but can be amber in case of an abnormal situation.
Begins when 1st engine is set to TO power and ends crossing 1500 ft. RA or 2 minutes after takeoff.
Most critical failures are inhibited durning this phase of flight.
T - O Memo
T - O INHIBIT Memo
TO MEMO appears
2 mins after 2nd
engine start, or
when TO CONFIG
key is pressed (at
least 1 engine run-
ning)
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ECAM (cont)
LANDING Memos
LANDING INHIBIT Memo
STATUS PAGE
LDG MEMO appears
below 2000 ft.if L/G is
down, or
below 800 ft. if L/G is
not down.
Memo disappears after
touchdown
LDG INHIBIT MEMO
begins descending
through 800 ft and
ends when decelerat-
ing through 80 kts.
Most critical failures
will be inhibited during
this phase of flight.
Limitations
Approach
Procedures
General
Information
Cancelled
Cautions
Inoperative
Systems
Maintenance
Status
Permanent
Data
(on all SD
pages)
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Landing Gear Panel
LANDING GEAR INDICATOR PANEL
NOTE: LDG GEAR indicator panel does not illuminate
when LGCIU is not electrically powered.
UNLK lt.
- illuminates RED if the gear is not locked in selected
position.
- GREEN down indicator when gear is locked down
BRK FAN pb sw
ON
- brake fans run if the left-hand main gear is down and
locked.
OFF
- brake fans stop
HOT
- AMBER light on when brakes get too hot (A caution
ECAM also appears).
A/SKID and N/W STRG sw
ON
- if green hydraulic pressure available
Anti-skid is available
Nose wheel steering is available
- if green hydraulic press lost
Yellow hyd press take over automatically
Anti-skid remains available
Nose wheel steering is lost
Brake yellow press is displayed on triple
indicator
OFF
- yellow hydraulic pressure supplies the brakes.
Anti-skid deactivated. Brake pressure has
to be limited by the pilot by referring to the
triple indicator to avoid wheel locking.
Nose wheel steering lost
Differential braking remains available by
pedals
Yellow brake pressure is displayed on the
triple indicator.
AUTO BRAKE pb sw (spring loaded)
MAX
- normally selected for TO; aborted TO max pressure is
sent to the brakes as soon as ground spoiler deploy
MED or LO
- normally selected for landing.
- LO: progressive pressure sent to brakes four sec. after
the ground spoiler deploy (5.6ft/sec sq) deceleration.
- MED: increases deceleration to 9.8 ft/sec sq.
ON illuminates blue for positive arming
DECEL (green) when deceleration at 80%
of selected rate.
OFF: mode deactivated.
TRIPLE INDICATOR
ACCU PRESS indicator
- indicates pressure in yellow brakes accumulator.
BRAKE PRESSURE indicator
- indicates yellow pressure delivered to LH and RH
brakes measured upstream of alternate servo-valves.
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Clock, TERR ON ND & Landing Gear Panel (cont)
CLOCK
CHR pb
- FIRST PUSH: starts CHR counter
- SEC PUSH: stops CHR counter, keeps display at last
indication
CHRONO (CHR) counter
- registers elapsed time from 0 to 99 hrs 59 min.
RST pb
- counter restarts from 0 if chrono is running.
GPS (UTC) selector
-time (or date, if selected) is displayed, and date is syncd
on GPS information.
NOTE: Signal lost dashes displayed.
Signal detected, GPS invalid - clock runs on
internal time.
Clock auto sync on GPS info when available.
INT: internal time (or date) displayed.
- sysnd with valid GPS
- no GPS, 00:00:00 until initialized or valid
GPS information is present.
SET: internal time and date initialized
DATE/SET button
- FIRST PUSH: sets clock to date mode
- SEC PUSH: sets clock to time mode
NOTE: to select date, UTC selector must be in GPS
or INT position
UTC (GMT) counter
- displays time in 24hr - from 0 to 23hrs, 59min, 59 sec.
ET counter
- registers flight time from 0 to 99 hrs. 59 mins.
RUN/STP/RST selector
- RUN: ET counter starts counting
- STP: ET counter stops counting
- RST (spring loaded): ET counter blanked.
NOTE: cumulative elapsed time can be realized by alter-
nately setting switch in RUN and STP position.
LANDING GEAR LEVER (green hyd supply)
UP
- retraction selected
- airspeed at 260 knots, pressure is shut off
interlock prevents unsafe retract by not
allowing raising gear lever when either
nose or any main gear strut is not extended
or nose wheel is not centered.
main gear braked with gear door opening
nose gear braked by brake band.
DOWN
- airspeed below 260 kts, green pressure applied to sys.
- landing gear extension is selected, the sys remains
pressurized (if green pressure available)
RED ARROW
- illuminates RED if gear not down and locked in
approach configuration at 750 RA
TERR ON ND pb
ON
- terrain is displayed on the ND, if TERR sw ON
and FAULT light is not on.
OFF
- terrain data is not displayed on ND
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First Officers Instrument Panel
First Officers Instrument Panel same as the Capatins panels
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Center Console Responsibilities
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MCDU Panel
LINE SELECT KEYS (each side)
PUSH
-selects or enters data on adjacent line,
- selects page, procedure, data or function identified on adjacent line,
- if scratch pad blank, copies adjacent data in scratch pad,
- if scratch pad contains data, transfers scratch pad data to adjacent line,
replacing previous data on selected line. This is normal method for
entering data,
- scratch pad data cannot be moved to blank line,
- some data cannot be moved or changed,
- scratch pad displays message if inappropriate line selection made.
CDU DISPLAY
PAGE TITLE
PAGE NUMBER
ANNUNCIATORS
- FAIL/FMGC
BOXES - require entry
points
DASHES - data requested
SCRATCH PAD
- displays system generated messages for
crew, keyboard entries and data being
moved from one line to another,
- may be blanked by pushing CLR Key
Brightness Knob
FUNCTION KEYS
- Direct Key
- Progress Key
- Performance Key
- Initialization Key
- Data Key
- Flight Plan Key
- Radio Navigation Key
- Fuel Prediction Key
- Secondary Flight Plan Key
- MCDU Menu Key
- Airport Key
- Slew Up Key
- Next Page Key
- Slew Down Key
ANNUNCIATOR
- MCDU MENU
ALPHA NUMERIC KEYS
CLEAR KEY
OVERFLY KEY
INIT
CO RTE FROM / TO
ALTN RTE ALTN
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
FLT NBR
LAT LONG
_ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _
COST INDEX
_ _ _ WIND >
CRZ FL / TEMP T R O P O
_ _ _ _ _ / _ _ _ o 3 6 0 9 0
KMSP/KLGA
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ATT HDG and AIR DATA selectors
NORM
- ADIRU 1 supplies data to PFD 1, ND 1 and RMI/VOR, DME
ADIRU 2 supplies data to PFD 2 and ND2.
CAPT 3
- DR 3 or IR 3 replaces ADR 1 or IR 1.
F/O 3
- ADR 3 or IR 3 replaces ADR 2 or IR 2
OFF/BRT knobs
- controls on/off and brightness for each ECAM DU
- automatic adjustment of the display intensity with changing light
conditions is combined with manual brightness control.
NOTE: When the UPPER DISPLAY knob is turned OFF the
engine/warning image is displayed on the lower display. (auto
transfer).
ALL pb sw
- When pressed all system pages
are displayed successively at 1
sec. intervals.
- In case of ECAM cont panel fail-
ure, the ALL pb allows a succes-
sive presentation of a ll pages
and the ability to stop on the
desired page.
ECAM/ND XFR selector
Allows transfer of lower ECAM page to either CAPT or F/O NDU
EIS DMC selector
NORM
- DMC 1 supplies data to PFD 1, ND 1 and upper ECAM DU
- DMC 2 supplies data to PFD 2 and ND2 and lower ECAM DU
CAPT 3
- DMC 3 replaces DMC 1
F/O 3
- DMC 3 replaces DMC 2
NOTE: In case of DMC failure, the associated DUs display a diagonal
line.
SWITCHING Panel
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System pages pb sw
- When pressed the lower ECAM DU displays the corresponding system page.
- Illuminates after manual selection or when an advisory is detected.
- By pressing the illuminated system page pb a second time, the A/C system page
corresponding to the present flight phase or the current warning come in view.
In mono ECAM display, system pages may be displayed by pressing and holding
the system page pb sw.
- in case of an advisory condition the concerned system page is not
automatically displayed, the system page pb sw only pulses.
- there is no automatic system page display, nor system page pb sw
illumination, in the event of an ECAM warning triggered.
STS pb sw
- Illuminates when pressed as long as the STS page is displayed on the lower
ECAM DU. If there is no status message present, NORMAL is displayed for 5 sec.
The STATUS page may be cleared by the CLR pb or by depressing the STS pb a
second time.
- the STATUS page is only displayed when the STATUS pb is pressed and held. the
next page, if any, is displayed by pressing it again.
- holding the STS pb displays the STATUS page for a 30 sec max, then the Engine
Warning page is automatically displayed.
RCL pb sw
- recalls messages which have been previously cancelled. If not warning/caution
messages present, NORMAL is displayed for 5 sec. When held for more than 3 sec.
the caution messages suppressed by the EMER CANC pb are recalled.
CLR pb sw
- is illuminated as long as a warning/caution message or status message is pres-
ent on the ECAM DU - pressing it will change the ECAM display
TO CONFIG pb sw
- When depressed a TO power application is simulated. This test will trigger a warning
if the aircraft is not in TO configuration. If the configuration is correct, the message TO
CONFIG NORMAL is displayed on the upper ECAM DU.
NOTE: In case of ECAM control panel failure, the CLR, RCL, STS, EMER CANC and
ALL pb sw remain operative since the contacts are directly wired to the FWCs/DMCs.
EMER CANC pb sw
PRESSED
- Any present aural warning is cancelled as long as the failure condition is present. The
MASTER WARNING lights extinguish and the ECAM message display is not affected
by the EMER CANC pb sw.
- Any present caution (single chime, Master Caution lights, ECAM message) is can-
celled for the rest of the flight. The STATUS page is automatically displayed and the
following messages is presented:
CANCELLED CAUTION & TITLE OF THE FAILURE WHICH IS INHIBITED
The inhibition is automatically suppressed when flight phase 1 is initiated. It may be
manually restored by pressing the RECALL pb for more than 3 sec.
ECAM Control Panel
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Radio Management & Audio Control Panel
Both panels - Capts and F/Os are
identical to those on the pilots overhead panel
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Thrust Control System
IDLE
REVERSE
A/THR OPERATING
A/THR OPERATING
RO AROUND (GA)
MAX CONT. (MCT)
MAX CLIMB (CL)
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THRUST LEVERS
- the thrust levers can only be moved manually.
- they move over a sector that is divided into four operating segments.
- the sector has five positions defined by detents or stops.
- thrust lever position is transmitted to the FADEC, which computes and
displays the thrust rating limit and the N1 for that Thrust Lever Angle (TLA).
NOTE: there is no reverse ident. When the pilot moves the lever out of the
idle stop by pulling up the reverse lever on the front of the thrust
lever, he selects reverse idle.
The FADEC computes the thrust rating limit for each thrust lever position. If
the thrust lever is set in a detent, the FADEC selects the rating limit corre-
sponding to this detent.
If the thrust lever is set between two detents, the FADEC selects the rating
limit corresponding to the higher detent.
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Thrust Lever & Trim Quadrant
PITCH TRIM WHEELS
- (BOTH WHEELS) provide mechanical control of the THS and have priority over electrical
control.
NOTE: Crew action on pitch trim wheel does not disconnect the ELACs (Microswitches
actuated by the override mechanism ensure that the computers remain synchronized with
the manually selected position).
Trim position is indicated in degrees on a scale adjacent to each trim wheel. the THS
mechanical control must be used when pitch direct law is in use.
After landing, pitch trim is automatically reset to 0 as the pitch attitude becomes less than
2.5 degrees (confirmed 2.4 sec).
THRUST LEVERS
The Thrust Levers are used as a thrust limit selector and as a classical thrust setting lever.
The respective positions are:
- Takeoff/Go-Around (TOGA)
- Max continuous/flexible takeoff (FLEX/MCT)
- Climb
- Forward Idle
- Reverse Idle
- Full Reverse Thrust
NOTE: the thrust levers dont move when autothrust function is selected.
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FROM FUEL TANK
LP FUEL
SHUTOFF
VALVE
LP
PUMP
IDG COOLING
OIL IN
OIL OUT
TO TANK
20 FUEL
INJECTORS
Engine Fuel Schematic
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Engine Oil Schematic
OIL PRESS
OIL LOW
PRESS
(set at 60 psi)
FUEL OUT
FUEL IN
FUEL / OIL
HEAT
EXCHANGER
TO BEARINGS AND
GEARBOX
SCAVENGE PUMPS
MAIN SCAVENGE
FILTER
(20 psi)
BYPASS
OIL
QTY
OIL
CLOG
ENG OIL
TEMP
AIR / OIL
HEAT
EXCHANGER
OIL FILTER
OIL SUPPLY
PUMP
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FLOOD LT MAIN PNL KNOB
- Brightness adjustment of main panel flood lighting.
INTEG LT MAIN PNL & PED KNOB
- Brightness adjustment of main panel and pedestal integral lighting.
FLOOD LT PED KNOB
Brightness adjustment of pedestal flood lighting.
AIDS PRINT PB
DFDR EVENT PB
- Pressed (momentarily) sends an event mark to the DFDR.
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MODE sel
- WX: weather mode: colors indicate the intensity of precipitation (black for
lowest intensity, green, amber and red indicating progressively higher
intensities.
- WX+T: the screen shows turbulence areas (in precipitation area) in magenta
(within 40 NM).
- TURB: the screen shows only turbulence areas.
- MAP: radar operates in ground mapping mode: black indicates water, green
indicates ground, and amber indicates cities and mountains.
SYS switch
- turns radar on or off.
GND CLTR SPRS sw
- ON: suppresses the ground echo on the screen.
- OFF: normal use of the radar.
GAIN knob
- sdjusts sensitivity of transceiver in all modes
- CAL is normal position; adjusts gain to calibrated setting
PWS switch (operative only if predictive windshear function is embodied)
- OFF: no predictive windshear function
- AUTO: predictive windshear function is activated:
windshear areas are detected by antenna scanning below 2300 feet RA,
even if the SYS switch is set to OFF, and displayed on the ND is below
1500 feet.
TILT knob
- controls antenna tilt.
- 0 represents horizon as seen by ADIR
WEATHER RADAR Panel
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MASTER sw 1 or 2
ON:
- in automatic start, the LP fuel valve opens provided: MODE set at
IGN/START
- in manual start, the HP fuel valve opens provided:
MODE switch selected to IGN START and
MAN START pb sw selected to ON
OFF:
- closed signal sent directly to HP and LP fuel valves.
- controls the reset of both channels of the FADEC.
FIRE/FAULT light 1 or 2
FIRE: - illuminates RED when a fire warning is activated
FAULT: - illuminates AMBER with ECAM caution during:
- automatic start abort
- disagreement with HP fuel valves commanded position
- start valve fault
MODE selector
CRANK: - start valve opens provided MAN START pb is
ON and N2 < 10%.
- no ignition is provided
NORM: - continuous ignition of both A + B igniters auto-
matically activated when ENG ANTI-ICE is
selected ON
- or when the EIU fails
- or if flame out is detected.
IGN/START:
- continuous ignition is activated provided
- MASTER sw is ON and
- N2 < 16% for Autostart, or
- MAN START pb sw at ON for
manual start, or
- N2 > idle (continuous ignition)
- both pack valves automatically close provided:
1. A/C is on ground
2. Either MASTER sw is ON (or manual
start selected)
3. Corresponding engine N2 is below idle
ENGINE CONTROL Panel
INITIAL CONFIG OF
THE CONTROLS
(engine not running)
- START IDENT:
ECAM displays ENG
page.
- PACK VALVE
closes.
- LP fuel valve opens.
- START VALVE
opens.
- After the auto dry
crank sequence
(approx 30 - 50 sec*)
Ignition starts.
HP fuel valve opens
- When N2 > 43%
START VALVE
closes.
Ignition stops.
PACK VALVE reopen
after 30 seconds.
-ECAM ENG page
disappears.
- After engine start,
moving the MODE SEL
sw. to NORM and back
to IGN/START
activates cont. relight
on running engine.
Further Start Requires
Panel Reconfiguration
ENG MAN START
pb OFF
LP & HP Fuel Valve
Vavle Closes.
Ignition Stops.
Start Vavle Closes.
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IGNITION - Automatic Starting Sequence
* depending of aircraft tail number
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IGNITION - Manual Start Sequence
INITIAL CONFIG OF THE
CONTROLS
(engine not running)
- START IDENT:
ECAM displays ENG
page.
PACK VALVE
closes.
START VALVE
opens.
APU speed (if APU
used) increases
Both igniters come on
LP & HP fuel valves
open.
When N2 > 43% start
valve closes and, (if on
ground) ignition stops.
APU speed returns to
normal (if APU used).
PACK VALVES reopen
after 30 seconds.
ECAM ENG page
disappears.
30 - 50 sec* after ENG
MAN START is set ot
the ON position,
switch ENG master
sw ON
Select MAN START OFF
and MODE NORM
when N2 > 43%
SELECTED OFF
SELECTED OFF
SELECTED OFF
SELECTED OFF
SELECTED OFF
STARTING INTERRUPTION
NOTE: if the ENG MAN START pushbutton is not switched ON
after 30 seconds, then the pack valves will open.
STARTING INTERRUPTION
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START
ENG MAN
START
ENG MAN
START
ENG MAN
START
ENG MAN
START
ENG MAN
START
ENG MAN
START
* depending of aircraft tail number
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ATC panel
ALT RPTG sw
- ON: barometric standard altitude date is sent
- OFF: no altitude data sent. With TCAS installed, upper ECAM
displays TCAS STBY in green.
ATC sel
- selects transponder 1 or 2
Mode sel
- STBY: both transponders are in standby mode.
- ON: selected transponder operates
- AUTO (in flight): selected transponder operates
- AUTO (on ground): selected transponder operates only in mode S
Code display
- displays selected code.
ATC FAIL
- illuminates when selected transponder fails.
Keyboard
- used to set code
CLR pb
- used to clear display
NOTE: as long as the four digits of the new code are not
entirely written, previous code remains.
TRAFFIC sel
THRT: proximate and other intruders are displayed only if a TA or RA is present and they
are withing 2700 feet above ore below the aircraft.
ALL: proximate and other intruders are displayed enven if no TA or RA is present (full time
function). Altitude range is - 2700 feet to + 2700 feet.
ABV: identical to ALL, except that other intruders are displayed if within 9900 feet above
the aircraft and 2700 feet below.
BLW: identical to ALL, except that other intruders are displayed if within 9900 feet below
the aircraft and 2700 feet above.
IDENT sw
- selected to send aircraft identification signal.
Mode sel
TA/RA: normal position
TA: TCAS will not generate any vertical orders. All RAs are donverted to TAs. TAs proxi-
mate and other intruders are displayed, if the ALT RPT switch is ON and the transponder
is not on STBY. TA ONLY (white) memo is displayed on the NDs
STBY: TCAS is in the standyb mode.
ATC Panel
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SPEEDBRAKE lever
Lever
- controls position of speedbrake surfaces
- manual preselection of ground spoilers.
* push down to selected position
- hard point at 1/2 position
* to arm lever pulled up when in RET position
- when lever armed, or reverse
thrust selected, all spoilers on the
upper wing will automatically
extend on landing or in case of
a rejected takeoff.
RUDDER TRIM
POSITION indicator
- displays trim direction (L or R) and value
(0 to 20 degrees).
Selector
- controls trim actuator moving neutral point of
artificial feel by 1 degree per second of
rudder travel.
RESET pb
- PUSH: resets trim actuator to zero trim.
FLAPS lever
- selects simultaneous operation of slats & flaps.
Takeoff in conf 1
- 1 + F (10/18). If conf. 0 is not selected after TO,
the flaps automatically retract at 210 kts.
Takeoff in conf 2 or 3
- at conf 1 selection: 1 + F (18/10) if speed <210
kts. If conf 0 is not selected after TO, flaps
automatically retract at 210 kts.
0 to 1 in flight
- 1 (18/0)
NOTE: Position 1 + F (18/10) is only avail-
able at takeoff.
When speed > 210 kts, only position
1 (18/0) will be available during the
flight.
(The reset of position 1 + F occurs
at 100 kts.)
Speedbrake, Rudder Trim & Flap Lever
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Elevator / THS Architecture
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Speedbrake & Roll Schematic
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Rudder Schematic
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Flaps & Slats Schematic
Flaps / Slats max altitude: FL200
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ECAM F/CTL Display
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM Pressure Indication
- normally green - changes to amber if pressure in the system low.
SPOILER/SPEED BRAKES Indication
- spoiler deflection more than 2.5
- spoiler retracted (as shown)
- spoiler fault deflected
- 1 spoiler fault retracted
AILERON POSITION Indication
- white scale & green index - changes to amber when neither (green nor blue) servo jack
is available.
- top tick = neutral position in clean configuration,
- bottom tick neutral position when flaps are extended (5 aileron droop).
AILERON and ELEVATOR ACTUATOR Indication
- G and B are normally green - changes to amber when:
corresponding actuator is not available (low hyd press, jamming, computer
failure, etc.)
the partial box also changes to amber if the associated computer fails.
ELAC/SEC Indication
- normally green - changes to amber if:
there is a failure in the ELAC or the SEC,
if ELAC or SEC pushbutton is OFF,
if both flight control data concentrators (FCDCs) fail.
- surrounding box is normally grey - changes to amber if ELAC or SEC change to amber.
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2
3
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ECAM F/CTL Display
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2
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4
5
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM Pressure Indication
- normally green - changes to amber if pressure in the system low.
PITCH TRIM Position Indication
- PITCH TRIM is white - changes to amber if there is a pitch trim jam,
- numbers are green - change to amber if the hyd press gets low in the G and Y Systems.
AILERON and ELEVATOR ACTUATOR Indication
- G and B are normally green - changes to amber when:
corresponding actuator is not available (low hyd press, jamming, computer
failure, etc.)
the partial box also changes to amber if the associated computer fails.
ELEVATOR Position Indication
- white scale and green index - index changes to amber when both associated actuators
are not available.
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM Pressure Indication
- normally green - changes to amber if pressure in the system low.
YAW CONTROL Indications
RUDDER Position Indication
- normally green,
- symbol and scale become amber if all (GBY) hydraulic system pressure is low .
RUDDER Travel Limiter (white tick either side of rudder trim position)
- indication of high-speed position.
RUDDER Trim Position
- normally blue - changes to amber if rudder trim reset fails.
6
1
2
3
4
5
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COCKPIT DOOR toggle switch
UNLOCK position:
- this position used to enable the cabin crewmember to open the door.
The switch must be pulled and maintained in the unlock position until
the door is pushed open.
NORM position:
- all latches are locked, and EMERGENCY access is possible for the cabin
crew.
LOCK position:
- once button has been moved to this position, the door is locked;
emergency access, the buzzer and the keypad are inhibited for a
preselected time (5 to 20 Minutes).
NOTE: 1. if the LOCK position has not been used by the pilot, for at
least 5 to 20 minutes, the cabin crew is able to request
emergency access to open the cockpit door.
2. the UNLOCK position overrides and resets any previous
selection.
3. in case of an electrical supply failure, the cockpit door is
automatically unlocked, but remains closed.
COCKPIT DOOR Fault Open indicator
OPEN light ON:
- the door is not closed or not locked.
OPEN light flashes:
- the cabin crew has started an emergency access procedure. If there is no
reaction from the flight crew, the door will unlock at the end of the
adjustable time delay (15 to 120 seconds).
FAULT:
- this light comes on when a system failure has been identified (Example:
Latch, pressure sensors, control unit).
- the inoperative item can be identified by checking the strike and pressure
sensor status lights on the CKPT DOOR CONT panel.
COCKPIT DOOR Panel
FAULT
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PARKING BRAKE
ON - clockwise (top picture OFF)
- activation parking brake deactivates all of the
braking modes.
- <<PARKING BRAKE ON>> displayed on
ECAM memo page.
NOTE: it is not necessary to step on the
rudder pedals to set the brakes.
Max brake temp for TO: 300 C
Max tire speed : 195 kts.
GRAVITY GEAR EXTN
PULL & TURN
- pull and turn three times CW
* cut off valve is closed
* gear door uplocks released
* gear uplocks are released
PRINTER
DOOR LATCH
- locks printer front door used for paper loading.
SLEWswitch
- used to feed paper after loading a new roll
NOTE: all reports printing selected through
the MCDUs.
PARK BRK, GEAR EXTN & Printer
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First Officer & Observers Masks
Captains (single Mask identical)
CREW OXYGEN MASKS
Blinker
- flashes yellow when oxygen is flowing
RESET/TEST control slide
PULL in direction of arrow
- tests:
* operation of blinker
* regulator supply and sealing
* system sealing downstream of
the valve,
* system operation
- RESET: after masks has been used, cuts off
oxygen mask microphone.
N/100% selector
100%:
- mask delivers 100% O2
- system is locked in this position
N
- mask delivers diluted O2.
- this config reached by simultaneously
activating the UNLOCK lever and the
N/100% selector
RED clips
- squeezing clips unlocks the two-flap door and
initiates harness inflation.
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ENHANCED GROUND PROXIMITY
WARNING SYSTEM
The Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS) generates aural and visual warnings when one of the fol-
lowing conditions occurs between radio altitudes 30 feet and 2450 feet.
EGPWS Modes
Mode 1 - Excessive Descent Rate
Mode 2 - Excessive Terrain Closure Rate
Mode 3 - Altitude Loss After Takeoff or Go-Around
Mode 4 - Unsafe Terrain Clearance when not in landing configuration.
Mode 5 - Too Far Below Glide Slope
Terrain Awareness Alerting and Display (TAAD) - provides a graphic display of the surrounding terrain on
the weather radar indicator or EHSI. With the radar ON, the terrain display may be manually selected or Pop-
Up automatically during an alert event.
Peaks - is a TAAD supplemental feature providing additional terrain display features for enhanced situational
awareness, independent of the aircrafts altitude, such as in cruise. This includes digital elevations for the high-
est and lowest displayed terrain.
Obstacles is a feature utilizing an obstacle data base for obstacle conflict alerting and display. EGPWS cau-
tion and warning visual and audio alerts are provided when a conflict is detected. Additional, when TAAD is on,
obstacles are graphically displayed similar to terrain.
Terrain Clearance Floor (TCF) is a feature that adds an additional element of protection by alerting the pilot
of possible premature descent.
The flight deck loudspeakers broadcast, even if turned off, the aural warning or caution messages associated
with each mode. The uadio volume of these messages is not controlled by the loudspeaker volume knobs.
(These knobs allow adjustment for radio communications only).
GPWS lights come on to give a visual warning for modes 1 - 4. For mode 5 the glideslope (G/S) lights illumi-
nate on the Captains and First Officers instrument panels.
NOTE: A number of airporst throughout the world have approaches or departures that are not entirely com-
patable with standard GPWS operation. These airports are identified in the data base in such a way that when
the GPWS recognizes such an airport, it modifies the profile to avoid nuisance warnings.
EGPWS
The following illustrates the Peaks display
at a low relative altitude.
The following illustrates the Peaks display
at a high relative altitude.
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GPWS - Mode 1
MODE 1 - EXCESSIVE DESCENT RATE
Mode 1 has two boundaries and is independent of airplane configuration. Penetration
of the first boundary generates a repeated aural alert of SINK RATE. Penetrating the
second boundary causes the repeated aural warning PULL UP.
MODE 1 - EXCESSIVE DESCENT RATE
FLIGHT PATH PROFILE - - - - - - - - - - - EXCESSIVE DESCENT RATE ENVELOPE
Aural warning - Whoop whoop pull up
Aural alert - Sink rate, sink rate
Visual -
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GPWS - MODE 2
MODE 2A - EXCESSIVE TERRAIN CLOSURE RATE WITH FLAPS NOT IN LANDING POSITION
FLIGHT PATH PROFILE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - EXCESSIVE TERRAIN CLOSURE RATE ENVELOPE
Aural warning - Pull up
Aural alert - Terrain, terrain
Visual -
MODE 2B - EXCESSIVE TERRAIN CLOSURE RATE WITH FLAPS IN LANDING POSITION
FLIGHT PATH PROFILE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - EXCESSIVE TERRAIN CLOSURE RATE ENVELOPE
Aural alert - Terrain, terrain followed by PULL UP if aircraft remains in the envelope.
Visual -
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MODE 3 - ALTITUDE LOSS AFTER TAKEOFF OR GO-AROUND
FLIGHT PATH PROFILE- - - - - - - - - - EXCESSIVE ALTITUDE LOSS AFTER TAKEOFF OR GO-AROUND
ENVELOPE
Aural warning - Dont sink
Visual - - -
GPWS - Mode 3
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GPWS - Mode 4
MODE 4A - UNSAFE TERRAIN CLEARANCE WITH LANDING GEAR NOT DOWN AND FLAPS NOT IN
LANDING POSITION
FLIGHT PATH PROFILE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - UNSAFE TERRAIN CLEARANCE ENVELOPE
Aural warning - Too low gear or Too low terrain
Visual - -
MODE 4B - UNSAFE TERRAIN CLEARANCE WITH LANDING GEAR OR FLAPS NOT IN LANDING
POSITION
FLIGHT PATH PROFILE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - UNSAFE TERRAIN CLEARANCE ENVELOPE
Aural warning - Too low flap, Too low gear, or Too low terrain
Visual - -
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GPWS - Mode 4 (continued)
MODE 4C - TO CLOSE TO TERRAIN
FLIGHT PATH PROFILE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TO CLOSE TO TERRAIN ENVELOPE
Aural warning - - - - - Too low - Terrain
Visual - -
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GPWS - Mode 5
MODE 5 - BELOW GLIDE SLOPE DEVIATION CAUTION
FLIGHT PATH PROFILE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - BELOW GLIDE SLOPE DEVIATION ENVELOPE
(armed when ILS 1 receives a valid signal)
Aural warning - - - - - Glide slope
Visual - - both lights illuminate
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Index
ACARS Printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p 119
ADF Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p.107
ADIRS Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 06
Aileron Trim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 111
Aileron Trim Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p.112
Airconditioning Panell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 30
Airconditioning Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 32
Anti-Ice Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 37
Wing & Eng Anti-Ice Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 38
Window & Probe Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 39
Arm Rest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 63
ATC Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 109
Audio Selector Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 47
Audio Switching Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 04
APU EXT FIRE Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 15
APU Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 44
APU Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 44
APU Test pb & Reset pb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 04
AVIONICS COMPT LT pb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 04
BLUE PUMP OVRD pb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 04
CABIN PRESS Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 40
CALLS Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 13
CARGO SMOKE Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 49
Cargo Compt Fire Detection Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 50
Cargo Compt Fire Protection Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 51
Center Console . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 94
Circuit Breakers (Ovhd) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 03
Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 91
Cockpit Door Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 03
Cockpit Door Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 118
CVR Headset Jack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 04
CVR Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 10
Digital Distance Indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 85
ECAM Display
(Air) COND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 33
APU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .P. 45
BLEED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 35
CAB PRESS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 41
Checklists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 87
CRUISE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 42
Door/Oxy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 11
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ECAM (continued)
Electrical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 27
Engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 86
F/CTL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 116
Fuel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 22
Independent Failures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 87
Memos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 88
Primary & Secondary Failures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 87
Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 89
ECAM Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 97
ELEC Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 24
Electrical Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 26
EXT LT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 43
Hydraulic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 18
EFIS Symbology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 79
Elevator Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 112
EMER ELEC PWR Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 08
Engine Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 106
Automaic Start Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 107
Manual Start Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 108
Engine FADEC GND PWR pb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 04
Engine Fuel Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 102
Engine Oil Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 103
ENG Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 54
MAN START . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 54
N1 Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 54
EVAC Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 07
FIRE Panels (Engine & APU) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 14
Fire Schematic (Engine) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 15
Flap Lever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 110
Flap & Slats Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 115
FLT CTL (left) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 07
FLT CTL (right) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 49
Normal Computer Control (ELAC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 111
FUEL Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 20
Fuel Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 21
Fuel Tanks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 22
Fuel Quantities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 22
GPWS Panel (EGPWS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 09
EGPWS Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 121
Glareshield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 56
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GEAR EXTN (Gravity) Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 119
HYD Leak Measurement Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 04
HYD Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 16
Hydraulic Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 17
INT KT & SIGNS Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 46
Internal Light Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 104
Instrument Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 61
Captains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 63
Landing Gear Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 90
MCDU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 95
Navigation Display (ND) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 72
Rose ILS, Rose VOR, Rose Nav, Arc & Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 74
Weather Radar and TCAS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 75
ND Flags . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 76
Oxygen Mask Panels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 120
Oxygen Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 05
Oxygen TMR Reset pbl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 05l
PARK BRK Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 119
Primary Flight Display (PFD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 64
PFD Altitude . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 66
PFD Flags . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 70
PFD Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 67
Pilots Overhead Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 05
Pitot-Static Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 83
Pneumatic Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 34
Radio Magnetic Indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 85
Radio Management Panel (Ovhd) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 48
Reading Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 03
Rudder Trim Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 110
Rudder Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 114
Side Stick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 62
Speed Brake Lever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 110
Speedbranke & Roll Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 113
Standby Instruments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 84
SVCE INT OVRD pb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 04
SWITCHING Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 96
Symbology & Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 68
TERR ON ND Panel (Capt) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 84
TERR ON ND Panel (F/O) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 91
Thrust Contol System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 100
Thrust Lever & Trim Quadrant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 101
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Tiller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 62
VENTILATION Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 52
Ventilation Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 53
Weather Radar Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 105
Wet Compass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .P. 56
WIPER Panel (left) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 13
WIPER Panel (right) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .p. 55
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