Simuflite King Air 350 checklist memory items

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Simuflite King Air 350 checklist memory items
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  1. ENGINE FIRE OR FAILURE INFLIGHT
    • Affected Engine
    • 1. Condition Lever -- FUEL CUTOFF
    • 2. Prop Lever -- FEATHER
    • 3. Firewall Fuel Valve -- CLOSE
    • 4.  Fire Extinguisher (if fire warning persists) --ACTUATE
  2. ENGINE FIRE ON GROUND
    • Affected Engine
    • 1.  Condition Lever -- FUEL CUTOFF
    • 2.  Firewall Fuel Valve -- CLOSE
    • 3.  Starter Switch -- STARTER ONLY
    • 4.  Fire Extinguisher (if fire warning persists) -- ACTUATE
  3. EMERGENCY ENGINE SHUTDOWN ON THE GROUND
    • 1.  Condition Levers -- FUEL CUTOFF
    • 2.  Prop Levers -- FEATHER
    • 3.  Firewall Fuel Valves -- CLOSE
    • 4.  Master Switch (gang bar) -- OFF
    • 5.  Battery Bus -- EMER OFF
    • 6.  ESIS Power -- OFF
  4. ENGINE FAILURE DURING TAKEOFF (AT OR BELOW V1) -- TAKEOFF ABORTED
    WARNING:  Do not use reverse thrust with one engine inoperative.  Care must be exercised when using single-engine ground fine on surfaces with reduced traction.

    • 1.  Power Levers -- GROUND FINE
    • 2. BRAKES -- MAXIMUM (or as required to achieve stopping distance)
  5. ENGINE FAILURE DURING TAKEOFF (AT OR ABOVE V1) -- TAKEOFF CONTINUED
    WARNING: Do not retard theh failed engine power lever until the autofeather system has completely stopped propeller rotation.  To do so will deactivate the autofeather circuit and prevent automatic feathering.

    • 1.  VR Speed -- ROTATE TO APPROXIMATELY 10o PITCH ATTITUDE
    • 2.  Landing Gear (When positive climb established) -- UP
    • 3.  Airspeed -- MAINTAIN V2 to 400 FT AGL
    • 4.  Propeller (inoperative engine) -- VERIFY FEATHERED
  6. ENGINE FAILURE IN FLIGHT BELOW AIR MINIMUM CONTROL SPEED (VMCA)
    • 1.  Power -- REDUCE AS REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN CONTROL
    • 2.  Nose -- LOWER TO ACCELERATE ABOVE VMCA
  7. GLIDE (BOTH ENGINES INOPERATIVE)
    • 1.  Landing Gear -- UP
    • 2.  Flaps -- UP

    WARNING:  Do not feather second engine propeller if a No Starter Assist air start is to be conducted.

    • 3.  Prop Levers -- FEATHERED
    • 4.  Airspeed -- 135 KTS
  8. DUAL GENERATOR FAILURE [L DC GEN] & [R DC GEN]
    • 1.  Instrument Emergency Lights (if required) -- ON
    • 2.  Generator -- RESET, THEN ON

    • -If either Generator will reset: -
    • 3.  Operating Generator Loadmeter -- MONITOR

    • -If neither Generator will reset: -
    • 4.  ECS Mode -- OFF
    • 5.  Cockpit/Cabin Blower -- AUTO
    • 6.  Non-essential Equipment -- OFF
  9. LOAD MANAGEMENT WITH A DUAL GENERATOR FAILURE
    WARNING: Do not place the GEN TIES switch in the MAN CLOSE position.  This action reconnects the left and right generator bus loads to the battery, severely limiting battery duration.
  10. FUEL PRESSURE LOW
    Illumination indicates that fuel pressure is below approximately 10 PSI

    • 1. Standby Pump (failed side) -- ON
    • 2. [FUEL PRES LO] -- EXTINGUISHED
    • 3. Oil Temperature Indicator -- MONITOR
  11. OIL PRESSURE LOW [L OIL PRES LO] OR [R OIL PRES LO]
    Engine oil pressure below 60 PSI (unsafe) in designated engine.  Oil pressure between 60 and 90 PSI undesireable; tolerate only for the completion of the flight.  Do not exceed 62% torque.

    1.  Oil Pressure -- CONFIRM BELOW 60 PSI

    • -If confirmed: -
    • 2.  Engine -- SECURE (see Engine Fire/Failure in Flight, page E-4)
    • Or
    • 3.  Land at the nearest suitable airport using the minimum power required to sustain flight.
  12. UNSCHEDULED ELECTRIC PITCH TRIM ACTIVATION
    • 1.  Airplane Attitude -- MAINTAIN USING ELEVATOR CONTROL
    • 2.  AP/Trim Disconnect -- DEPRESS FULLY AND HOLD
    •           [TRIM] - ILLUMINATED
  13. UNSCHEDULED RUDDER BOOST ACTIVATION
    • Rudder boost operation without a large variation of power between the engines indicates a failure of the system.
    • 1.  AP/Trim Disconnect -- DEPRESS TO 1st LEVEL AND HOLD
    • 2.  Rudder Boost -- OFF

    • -If condition persists: -
    • 3.  YD/AP DISC (on Flight Guidance Panel) -- PULL DOWN
  14. SPINS
    Steps 1 through 3 should be done AGGRESSIVELY and SIMULTANEOUSLY.

    • 1.  Control Column -- FULL FORWARD, AILERONS NEUTRAL
    • 2.  Full Rudder -- OPPOSITE THE DIRECTION OF SPIN
    • 3.  Power Levers -- IDLE
    • 4.  RUDDER -- NEUTRALIZE WHEN ROTATION STOPS
    • 5.  Execute smooth pullout
  15. SMOKE AND FUME ELIMINTATION
    • Identify source:
    • Electrical:  gray or tan, irritating to nose and eyes
    • Environmental system failures: white and less irritating

    If smoke in cabin, cabin oxygen masks should not be intentionally deployed.  If deployed due to increased cabin altitude, instruct not to be used unless cabin altitude exeeds 15,000 feet; only use until cabin altitude decreases below 15,000 feet.
  16. WINDSHEILD ELECTRICAL FAULT
    Indications of overheat condition in electrical power terminal for normal heat mode:  smell of electrical overheat, seeing smoke/fire at lower inboard corner of either windshield.
  17. ELECTRICAL SMOKE OR FIRE
    WARNING: Dissipation of smoke is not sufficient evidence that a fire has been extinguished.  If it cannot be visually confirmed that no fire exists, land at the nearest suitable airport.

    • 1.  Oxygen Mask(s) -- DON
    • 2.  Mask Selector Switch -- EMER
    • 3.  Mic Switch(es) -- OXY
  18. ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM SMOKE OR FUMES
    • 1. Oxygen Mask(s) -- DON
    • 2. Mask Selector Switch -- EMER
    • 3.  Mic Switch(es) -- OXY
  19. AIRSTAIR/CARGO DOOR UNLOCKED
    WARNING:  Do not attempt to check the security of the airstair door or cargo door in flight.  Remain as far from the door as possible with seatbelts securely fastened.

    1. All Occupants -- SEATED WITH SEAT BELTS SECURELY FASTENED
  20. EMERGENCY DESCENT
    • 1.  Power Levers -- IDLE
    • 2.  Prop Levers -- FULL FORWARD
    • 3.  Flaps (202 Kts maximum) -- APPROACH
    • 4.  Landing Gear (184 Kts maximum) -- DOWN
    • 5.  Airspeed -- 184 KTS MAXIMUM
  21. USE OF OXYGEN
    2 Warnings just tell you to check the mask fit around a beard or mustache on the ground before flight, and that there is a chart of times of useful consciousness.

    • -Crew-
    • 1.  Oxygen Mask(s) -- DON
    • 2.  Mic Switch(es) -- OXY

    • -Passengers-
    • WARNING:  Highest recommended cabin altitude for sustained flight is 25,000 feet.
  22. PRESSURIZATION LOSS [CABIN ALT HI]
    Light indicates cabin pressure altitude exeeds 12,000 feet

    • 1.  Oxygen Mask(s) -- DON
    • 2.  Mic Switch(es) -- OXY
    • 3.  Passenger Manual Drop Out -- PULL ON
    •       [PASS OXYGEN ON] -- Illuminated
    • 4.  Descend -- AS REQUIRED
  23. HIGH DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE
    Illumination indicates cabin differential exeeds 6.9 PSI

    • 1.  Bleed Air Valves -- ENVIR OFF
    • 2.  Oxygen (crew and passengers) -- AS REQUIRED
    • 3.  Descend -- AS REQUIRED
  24. AUTO-DEPLOYMENT OXYGEN SYSTEM FAILURE
    CABIN ALT HI illuminated and PASS OXYGEN ON extinguished

    1.  Passenger Manual Drop out -- PULL ON
  25. BLEED AIR FAILURE
    If annunciators immediately extinguish after illuminating, disregard.

    1.  Bleed Air Valve Switch (Affected Engine) -- PNEU and ENVIR OFF
  26. AUTOPILOT MALFUNCTION ALTITUDE LOSSES
    • 1.  Climb -- 100 FT
    • 2.  Cruise -- 200 FT
    • 3.  Descent -- 300 FT
    • 4.  Non-Precision Approach (one or two engines) -- 75 FT
    • 5.  Precision Approach (one or two engines) -- 58 FT
  27. AUTOPILOT FAILURES
    Illumination of red-boxed "E" or "A" on PFD indicates autopilot is flying out of trim.

    • -If a Mistrim Indication continues for more than a few seconds: -
    • 1.  Flight Controls -- HOLD FIRMLY (Control forces may exceed 25 lbs)
    • 2.  AP - DISENGAGE

    • AUTOPILOT TRIM FAIL:  Red TRIM on PFD indicates autopilot pitch trim has failed.
    • 1.  Flight Controls -- HOLD FIRMLY
    • 2.  AP -- DISENGAGE
  28. AUTOPILOT AUTOMATIC DISENGAGEMENT
    • 1.  Maintain Airplane control
    • 2.  AP/TRIM Disconnect -- DEPRESS TO 1st LEVEL TO CANCEL HORN
  29. ENHANCED GROUND PROXIMITY WARNING SYSTEM (EGPWS) (IF INSTALLED)
    In IMC or at Night

    • 1.  Wings -- LEVEL
    • 2.  Power -- MAX ALLOWABLE
    • 3.  Pitch -- INCREASE
    •     Promptly and smoothly increase pitch towards an initial pitch attitude of 20-25 degrees
    •     Adjust as required to avoid continuous buffeting and/or stall warning.
    •    Adjust to maintain 125 KIAS.
    • 4.  Gear and Flaps -- UP
  30. TERRAIN AWARENESS AND WARNING SYSTEM PLUS (TAWS+) (IF INSTALLED)
    In IMC or at Night:

    • 1.  Autopilot -- DISCONNECT
    • 2.  Wings -- LEVEL
    • 3.  Power -- MAX ALLOWABLE
    • 4.  Pitch -- INCREASE
    •    Promptly and smoothly increase pitch towards an initial pitch attitude of 20 to 25 degrees.
    •    Adjust as required to avoid continuous buffeting and/or stall warning.
    • 5.  Gear and Flaps -- UP

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