Bus Guide 4 Eng Warning Dsply System Display FWD Ins Pnl EIS Switching Pnl ECAM Swtch

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  1. ENGINE/WARNING DISPLAY

    What are the 3 levels of ECAM Malfunction Notifications?
    • Level 1 - ALERT - Associated with amber E/WD message, no aural signal and requires crew monitoring.
    • Level 2 - CAUTION - Associated with the amber MASTER CAUT light, single chime and require crew awareness.
    • Level 3 - WARNING - Associated with the red MASTER WARN light, CRC and require immediate action.
  2. ENG WRNG DISPLAY

    If simultaneous failures occur, how will they be presented to the crew?
    A level 3 Warning has priority over a level 2 Caution which has priority over a level 1 Alert.
  3. ENG/WRNG DISPLAY

    What types of failures are presented to the crew?
    • Independent - Failure affecting an isolated system/item without degrading other systems/items.
    • Primary - Failure of a system/item that affects the use of other systems/items.
    • Secondary - Loss of a system/item resulting from a primary failure.
  4. ENG/WRNG DSPLY

    Which part of the E/WD would the crew find indication of Primary failures?
    On the lower left portion of the screen.
  5. ENG/WRNG DSPLY

    What indication does the E/WD provide for secondary failures?
    Secondary failures are displayed on the lower right portion of the E/WD and are preceded by an *.
  6. ENG/WRNG DSPLY

    What does the appearance of a green arrow indicate at the bottom of the E/WD screen indicate?
    Information has overflowed off the screen and the pilot must scroll down using the CLR push button on the ECAM panel.
  7. ENG/WRNG DSPLY

    What does the display of T.O. INHIBIT or LDG INHIBIT indicate?
    Most warnings and cautions are inhibited to avoid unnecessary distractions during critical phases of flight.
  8. ENG/WRNG DSPLY

    What types of warnings are NOT inhibited during takeoff?
    • ENGINE FIRE
    • APU FIRE
    • ENG FAIL (ENG SHUT DOWN)
    • ENG OIL LO PR
    • L+R EVEV FAULT
    • A/P OFF
    • CONFIG
    • FWC 1+2 FAULT
  9. ENG/WRNG DSPLY

    What are the Takeoff Configuration Warnings(W)/Cautions(C)?
    • 1 SIDESTICK FAULT (W)
    • 2 PITCH TRIM NOT IN T.O RANGE (W)
    • 3 SPEED BRAKES NOT RETRACTED (W)
    • 4 RUDDER TRIM NOT IN T.O. RANGE (W)
    • 5 SLATS/FLAPS NOT IN T.O. RANGE (W)
    • 6 DOOR NOT CLOSED (C)
    • 7 HOT BRAKES (C)
    • 8 PARK BRAKE ON (W)
    • 9 FLEX TEMP NOT SET (C) (unless thrust levers in TOGA detent)

    • Items 1 - 7 T.O. CONFIG TEST
    • Items 1 - 9 T.O. POWER
  10. ENG/WRNG DSPLY

    When does the Takeoff Memo appear?
    • 2 minutes after the second engine is started or when the T.O. CONFIG TEST push button is pressed with one engine running.
    • TAKEOFF MEMO is removed when takeoff power is applied.
  11. ENG/WRNG DSPLY

    When does the LANDING MEMO appear?
    • Below 2,000' RA
    • Memo disappears after touchdown (80 knots).
  12. SYSTEM Display

    In general when are the System pages automatically displayed on the SD?
    • Relative to the current phase of flight or
    • When a system malfunction is detected.
  13. SYS DSPLY

    When is a STATUS page displayed?
    • After a failure is displayed on the SD and all failure items have been cleared.
    • Display will reappear when the slats are extended.
  14. SYS DSPLY

    What does the boxed STS indicate when displayed on the SD?
    • The STATUS page holds messages other than CANCELLED CAUTIONS.
    • Flashes after engine shutdown to alert maintenance of any other applicable messages.
  15. FORWARD INSTRUMENT PANEL

    What is the function of the two Landing Gear Control and Interface Units (LGCIU)?
    • Provides sequencing, operation, monitoring and indications for the landing gear.
    • Provides aircraft "In Flight" or "On the Ground" signals to other aircraft systems.
  16. FWD INS PNL

    What hydraulic system powers the landing gear and doors?
    Green
  17. FWD INS PNL

    Is normal hydraulic power available to the gear after Emergency Landing Gear Gravity Extension?
    No
  18. FWD INS PNL

    When does the red arrow in the LND panel illuminate?
    Below 750' RA when the aircraft is in the landing configuration and the landing gear is not locked down.
  19. FWD INS PNL

    What happens if your airpseed is 280 knots and you place the Landing Gear lever to DOWN?
    Nothing - A safety valve shuts off hydraulic power to the landing gear system when airpseed is above 260 knots.
  20. FWD INS PNL

    What do the red UNLK lights indicate?
    The landing gear is not locked in the selected position.
  21. FWD INS PNL

    What controls the LDG GEAR lights?
    LGCIU
  22. FWD INS PNL

    If LGCIU 1 fails will the lights still work?
    Yes - as long as it is still powered.
  23. FWD INS PNL

    What controls and manages all braking functions?
    The Brake and Steering Control Unit (BSCU).
  24. FWD INS PNL

    What happens when you switch the A/SKID & NWS to OFF?
    • Nose wheel steering is deactivated.
    • Braking is powered by the Yellow hydraulic system.
    • Anti-skid is deactivated.
  25. FWD INS PNL

    Which hydraulic systems provide pressure to the brakes?
    • Normal brakes - Green
    • Alternate brakes - Yellow backed up by a hydraulic accumulator.
  26. FWD INS PNL

    When do the Autobrakes activate on landing if armed?
    Upon ground spoiler deployment.
  27. FWD INS PNL

    What is the difference between LOW and MED AUTO BRK?
    • LOW - progressive press applied to the brakes 4 secs after ground spoilers deploy to decelerate at 5.6 fps.
    • MED - ".........................................................."2 "....................................."9.8 fps.
  28. FWD INS PNL

    What does the AUTO BRK green DECEL light inidicate?
    Actual rate of deceleration is within 80% of the selected rate.
  29. FWD INS PNL

    What is the Takeoff setting for Auto Brakes?
    MAX
  30. FWD INS PNL

    What will cause the MAX AUTO BRK to activate on RTO?
    A/S >72 knots obtained, Thrust Levers moved to IDLE and Ground Spoiler extension (spoilers do not need to be armed with at least one engine in reverse they will autodeploy for RTO).
  31. FWD INS PNL

    If you lose Green hydraulic pressure will you have Auto Brakes?
    No - not with the Alternate Brake system.
  32. FWD INS PNL

    Is Anti-Skid available with Alternate Brakes?
    Yes - if certain conditions are met.
  33. FWD INS PNL

    With spoilers not armed, will the spoilers deploy for an RTO?
    Yes - when at least one engine is in reverse.
  34. FWD INS PNL

    How many brake applications are avaiable with accumulator pressure?
    Approximately 7 full applications.
  35. FWD INS PNL

    What is the maximum brake temperature for takeoff?
    300ºC
  36. FWD INS PNL

    When should the brake fans be selected ON?
    5-minutes after brake temperature exceeds 300ÂșC or just before stopping at the gate, whichever occurs first.
  37. FWD INS PNL

    What does the BRAKES & ACCU PRESS triple indicator indicate?
    • Yellow hydraulic pressure delivered to the left and right brakes.
    • Yellow system brake accumulator pressure.
  38. FWD INS PNL

    How do you perform the brake check during initial taxi?
    Press the brake pedals to ensure the aircraft slows while verifying brake pressure on the triple indicator is zero indicating the Green hydraulic system has taken over.
  39. EIS SWITCHING PANEL

    What computers feed data to the 6 display units?
    3 Display Mgmt Computers (DMC)
  40. EIS SWITCHING PNL

    What does each of the three Display Mgmt. Computers (DMCs) normally supply?
    • DMC 1 - Cpt PFD, ND upper ECAM DU
    • DMC 2 - F/O PFD, ND, lower ECAM DU
    • DMC 3 - Backup
  41. EIS SWITCHING PNL

    What's the indication of a failed Display Mgmt. Computer (DMC)?
    "INVALID DATA" will be displayed in the respective EFIS/ECAM display units.
  42. EIS SWITCHING PNL

    What happens when the upper ECAM display fails?
    The E/WD automatically replaces the SD on the lower ECAM display.
  43. EIS SWITCHING PNL

    If both the E/WD and SD display units fail, how can you display E/WD info.?
    Select the ECAM/ND switch to CAPT or F/O to transfer the E/WD to either ND.
  44. ECAM SWITCHING PANEL

    If the UPPER DISPLAY knob was switched OFF what would occur?
    The E/WD display would automatically transfer to the lower display.
  45. ECAM SWCHNG PNL

    With the E/WD displayed on the lower screen, how else can you view SD info. and for how long will it be displayed?
    • Press and hold the appropriate system button on the ECAM Control Panel that you wish to view.
    • Displayed for 30 seconds.
  46. ECAM SWCHNG PNL

    If both the E/WD and SD display units fail, how can you display SD information?
    • Select ECAM / ND XFER switch to CAPT or F/O.
    • Press & hold the respective push button on the ECAM Control Panel.
  47. ECAM SWTCHNG PNL

    What does the ALL push button do?
    • Displays ALL the system pages successively in 1-second intervals when held down.
    • Relase the push button to maintain display of the selected page.
  48. ECAM SWTCHNG PNL

    What does pressing the RCL push button do?
    • Recalls warning/caution messages that the activation of the CLR push button or flight phase inhibition may have suppressed.
    • Held > 3 secs. the E/WD will show any caution messages suppressed by the EMER CANC push button.
  49. ECAM SWCHNG PNL

    If you press the STS push button and the system has no STATUS messages what will be displayed?
    "NORMAL" for 5 seconds.
  50. ECAM SWCHNG PNL

    If power fails to the ECAM CONTROL panel which buttons are still functional?
    • EMER CANC
    • ALL
    • CLR
    • STS
    • RCL
  51. ECAM SWCHNG PNL

    What does the EMER CANC do?
    • Cancels the current Level 1 or 2 warning for the remainder of the flight.
    • Cancels the current Level 3 warning for that occurence.
  52. ECAM SWCHNG PNL

    What do you look for on the PRELIMINARY COCKPIT PREPARATION qty. check?
    • Eng - oil quantity above 9.5 qts + .5 qts/planned flight hours
    • Hyd - hydraulic qty. indexes in normal range
    • Door - oxygen pres. - if half boxed in amber, check the MIN FLT CREW OXY CHART (FCOM 3.01.35)
  53. ECAM SWCHNG PNL

    What occurs when the T.O. CONFIG push button is pressed?
    • The system simulates the application of T.O. power and checks certain systems for proper config.
    • A warning is displayed if a system is not configured properly.
    • "TO CONFIG NORMAL" is displayed in the TO MEMO section if the configuration is correct.

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