E190 Memory Items

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E190 Memory Items
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2013-01-10 10:43:21
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Embraer190 E190
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Memory Items for E190.Current as of 1/10/2013
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  1. Maximum Landing Weight
    97000 lbs
  2. Maximum 90° crosswind component(including gusts) for:

    Rolling takeoff and landing
    Static Takeoff
    • 28 knots
    • 25 Knots
  3. Maximum headwind for Cat II/IIIa approaches
    25 knots
  4. Maximum 90° crosswind component(including gusts) for Cat II/IIIa approaches
    15 knots
  5. Maximum takeoff and landing tailwind component
    10 knots
  6. Maximum operating altitude
    41,000 feet
  7. Maximum altitude with flaps extended
    20,000 feet
  8. Minimum runway length for LAHSO
    6,000 feet
  9. Maximum operating airspeed
    VMO
  10. Maximum operating Mach number
    .82 (MMO)
  11. Turbulent airspeed (below 10,000 feet)
    250 KIAS
  12. Turbulent airspeed (at or above 10,000 feet)
    270 KIAS/.76M
  13. Maximum airspeed for windshield wiper operation
    250 KIAS
  14. Full application of rudder and aileron controls, as well as maneuvers that involve angles of attack near the stall, must be confined to speeds below
    240 KIAS
  15. Icing Conditions are defined as.• OAT (on the ground and for takeoff) or TAT (inflight) is _____________, and visible moisture in any form is present such as clouds, fog with visibility ofone mile or less, rain, snow, sleet, and ice crystals, or when operating on ramps, taxiways or runways where surface snow, ice,standing water, or slush may be ingested by engines, or freeze on engines,nacelles, or engine sensor probes
    10 °C or below
  16. During taxi out and takeoff, the ___________ must be set to ____ when _________ or below and icing conditions exist or are anticipated.
    • MCDU TO DATASET MENU REF A/I
    • ALL
    • OAT is 10°C
  17. Maximum permissible fuel imbalance between left and right main tanks during all phases is
    800 lbs
  18. Maximum altitude for single pack operation
    31,000 feet
  19. Maximum Altitude with Flaps/Slats Extended
    20,000 feet
  20. EICAS marking colors used for;
    Maximum and Minimum Limitations - ____
    Caution Range - ____
    Normal Operating Range - ____
    • Red
    • Amber
    • Green
  21. Engine Starter Maximum Duty Cycle for all Starts
    • 90 seconds ON (ground)
    • 120 seconds ON (in flight)
  22. Engine Starter Minimum Rest Periods after;
    1st and 2nd Starts ____
    3rd thru 5th Starts ____
    • 10 Seconds OFF
    • 5 Minutes OFF
  23. Maximum reverse thrust is not permitted at airspeeds
    below sixty (60) KIAS
  24. Below 60 KIAS _________ reverse thrust to ________.
    reduce

    IDLE
  25. APU Starter Minimum Rest Periods following;
    1st and 2nd starts ___________
    3rd start ___________
    • 60 seconds OFF
    • 5 minutes OFF
  26. APU Operational altitude Limits;
    Start _______
    Electrical _______
    Bleed _______
    Assist Engine Start ______
    • Start 30,000 Feet
    • Elec 33,000 Feet
    • Bleed 15,000 Feet
    • Assist 21,000 Feet
  27. The maximum allowable in-flight difference between Captain and FirstOfficers altitude displays for RVSM operations is
    200 feet
  28. QRH
    CABIN ALTITUDE HI / Rapid Depressurization
    • 1. Oxygen Masks... Verify..ON, 100%
    • 2. Captain assumes PF duties.
  29. QRH
    Jammed Control Column - Pitch
    1. ELEVATOR DISCONNECT...Confirm .... PRESS and PULL
  30. QRH
    Jammed Control Wheel - Roll
    1. AILERON DISCONNECT ...Confirm ... PRESS and PULL
  31. QRH
    PITCH TRIM Runaway
    1. AP/TRIM DISC...PRESS and HOLD
  32. QRH
    (ROLL or YAW) TRIM Runaway
    1. AP/TRIM DISC..PRESS and HOLD
  33. QRH
    Nosewheel Steering Runaway
    1. STEER DISC..Press
  34. QRH
    Aborted Engine Start
    • 1. Associated Thrust Lever .. IDLE
    • 2. Associated START/STOP..STOP

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