Ch 4 Limits.txt

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  1. Max Np, associated notes (2)
    • 120% MAX TRANSIENT (3 SEC)
    • 114 to 120% FADEC FUEL SHUTOFF(2)
    • (1) Unlimited continuous operations at 105% Np is permissible if no other engine time limits are exceeded.
    • (2) Fuel shutoff Np is dependent on the rate of change of the power turbine speed detected by the FADECS.
  2. Min engine oil temp
    Do not operate engines above ground idle with engine oil temperature below 20C.
  3. When can the APU be used?
    1. The APU is not qualified for continuous in-flight operation. The APU may be operated in-flight for emergency operation only.
  4. APU start limitations
    • 2. Wait 15 seconds before each attempted APU restart. If APU fails to start after 3 attempts, APU starter motor
    • shall be allowed to cool for 55 minutes before attempted restart.
  5. Min gearbox oil temp for takeoff
    Delay takeoff until gearbox oil temperatures reach 20C.
  6. Maximum airspeed and altitude for 100% Nr
    220 KCAS and 17,000 ft DA.
  7. Minimum Nr to start 2nd engine
    Nr shall be above 75% before attempting to start the second engine.
  8. When will PRTR OVERTORQUE (L/R) post?
    For 100% or 104% Nr, PRTR OVERTORQUE (L/R) will post when either Qm is > 132% for 5 seconds or > 150% Qm instantaneous. For 84% Nr, PRTR OVERTORQUE (L/R) will post when either Qm is > 111% for 5 seconds or > 126% Qm instantaneous.
  9. Torque considerations for autobeep
    During Rotor Speed transitions from 84% to 100% or 100% to 84%, the mast torque will re-reference, resulting in an instantaneous change in the display which does not represent the actual torque change.
  10. Minimum Hyd temp for flight
    Flight is prohibited with hydraulic fluid temperature below −18C
  11. Generator Operation Range
    • 1(1), 2 72% 67%(2)
    • 3, 4 82% 80 to 82%
    • (1) If APU engaged, GEN 1 unaffected by Nr.
    • (2) May remain on for values below 67% Nr, the trip value will be determined by load and frequency.
  12. Regulated Converter Operating Range
    • Regulated converters shall be started above −40C. Once started above −40C, regulated converters are limited to
    • a continuous operational OAT of −54C to 54C. The converters are limited to 30 minutes of operation from 55C
    • to 71C.
  13. Operations without domed searchlight cover
    • Ensure searchlights are turned off and allowed to cool for
    • 2 minutes prior to performing refueling operations (air or ground).
  14. Max airspeed for extending searchlight
    The searchlights shall not be motorized to/from the extended position above 200 KCAS.
  15. Searchlight in unprepared grassy areas
    The search/landing lights shall not be operated in unprepared grassy areas without proprotors turning.
  16. While airborne with nacelles at or below _, forward nacelle modulation is prohibited until airspeed exceeds
    • _ KCAS
    • 75 degrees, 40 knots
  17. Max airspeed APLN
    • a. Flight at 84% Nr is limited to 280 KCAS or 0.48 Mach; whichever is less
    • b. Flight at 100% Nr is limited to 220 KCAS or 0.46 Mach; whichever is less
  18. Flight outside of the conversion protection limits
    Flight outside of the conversion protection limits is prohibited. Commanding maximum rate aft nacelle at the Vcon limits is prohibited.
  19. Altitude limitations
    • a. For flight at 84% Nr, altitude is limited to 25,000 ft DA.
    • b. For flight at 100% Nr limited to ~17000 ft DA
  20. Restrictions for manual flap settings are to preclude high rotor flapping, airframe buffet loads and rotor loads
    • a. 0° flaps; APLN mode only.
    • b. 10° flaps; APLN mode only, airspeed restricted to 220 KCAS or less.
    • c. 20° flaps; APLN mode only, airspeed restricted to 180 KCAS or less.
    • d. 40° flaps; ALL modes authorized, restricted to 180 KCAS or less.
    • e. Full flaps; VTOL/CONV mode only, airspeed restricted to 45 KCAS or less.
  21. Ground taxi operations on unpaved surfaces (6)
    • a. Taxi director required.
    • b. Do not taxi over obstacles greater than 1.5 inches in height.
    • c. Minimize braking to prevent porpoising.
    • d. Use only light braking while turning.
    • e. Minimize nosewheel steering.
    • f. Soft or muddy unpaved surface ground taxi is prohibited.
  22. STO, run-on landing on unpaved surfaces
    STO, run-on landing on unpaved surfaces is prohibited.
    60 kts
    20 kts
    100 kts
    5 kts
    60 DEGREES
    75 degrees
    9 degrees
    20 kts/10 kts
  31. Maximum airspeed for extension/retraction of landing gear
    140 KCAS.
  32. Maximum airspeed for operation with landing gear extended
    150 KCAS
  33. Maximum speed with ramp open
    260 KCAS
  34. Negative-g maneuvers with ramp open
  35. Maximum ramp loading
    2400 lbs. Movement of loaded ramp in-flight is prohibited.
  36. Maximum palletized load on ramp for ground operations movement
    5000 lbs.
  37. Use of AUTO mode with the Utility Isolation Valve closed WARNING
    Use of AUTO mode with the Utility Isolation Valve closed is prohibited. If ramp/door movement is inadvertently commanded through the cockpit ramp control rocker switch while in AUTO mode with the utility isolation valve closed, the command will not be executed until the utility isolation valve opens. This delayed action may appear to be uncommanded and can result in personnel injury/death and/or equipment damage if not anticipated.
  38. Cargo hook loading Single hook
    10,000 lbs
  39. Cargo hook loading Dual hook
    between 2000 and 12,500 lbs
  40. Dual point maximum load distribution between hooks
    70/30 or 30/70
  41. The external cargo hook doors are limited to:
    [B] 250 KCAS (latched open, opened or closed)
  42. FD coupled mode with external cargo
  43. Airspeed limits for external cargo operations
    • a. Single/Dual point load is limited to 200 KCAS
    • b. With external cargo hook door(s) removed limited to 280 KCAS.
  44. External load operations at 84% Nr
  45. Maximum angle of bank during external cargo operations
    ±30 Degrees
  46. Night external operations
    All night operations require a functioning radar altimeter without load interference.
  47. Prohibited maneuvers
    • 1. Practice autorotations are prohibited; including entry, glide.
    • 2. Aerobatics are prohibited.
    • 3. Abrupt large amplitude control inputs are prohibited.
    • 4. Maximum out of trim condition for maneuvering in APLN and CONV mode is one ball out.
    • 5. Flight into known Vortex Ring State conditions is prohibited. Immediate recovery shall be initiated at the first activation of the High Sink Rate warning system
    • 6. Manual flap changes shall only be performed in straight and level flight.
  48. Maximum Alternate Gross Weight
    60,500 lbs.
  49. Operations with gross weight above 57,000 lbs Load factors
    not to exceed 0.5g to 1.5g.
  50. Operations with gross weight above 57,000 lbs max AOB
    ±30, During flight director coupled mode operations, transient exceedences to ±35 deg. authorized.
  51. Operations with gross weight above 57,000 lbs Max airspeed in APLN mode
    250 KCAS
    • GW ≤ 46,000 LBS
    • 720 fpm
  53. Flight with nacelles between 85° and 75°
    Limited to relative crosswinds less than 20 kts and relative rearward airspeed less than 10 kts
    • GW > 46,000 LBS
    • 600 fpm
    30 Deg./ Sec
    0.5g to 2.0g
    0.5g to 3.0g
    +20 Deg NOSE UP
  62. APLN Mode Normal load factor:
    • a. Symmetric: −0.5g to 4.0g.
    • b. Asymmetric: −0.5g to 3.2g.
  63. APLN Mode Negative g Max
    10 seconds per event.
  64. APLN Mode Max angle of bank
  65. APLN Mode Max pitch attitude
  66. Practice 1 g Stall Max deceleration rate
    5 KCAS per second
  67. Practice 1 g Stall Max allowable torque throughout the maneuver
    Max allowable torque throughout the maneuver to include recovery (until stall warning < 100%): 60% torque
  68. TACTICAL MANEUVERING Aircraft configuration
    • a. AUTO flaps only.
    • b. Max gross weight: 48,000 lbs.
    • c. STA CG: 395 to 403 inches.
    • d. LAT CG: −3 to +3 inches.
  69. TACTICAL MANEUVERING Flight conditions APLN
    • (1) Min airspeed : 160 KCAS.
    • (2) Max pressure altitude: 10,000 ft.
  70. TACTICAL MANEUVERING Flight conditions CONV
    • Balanced flight while turning away from the threat with continuous transition to APLN authorized.
    • Sustained CONV operations not authorized.
  71. TACTICAL MANEUVERING Flight conditions VTOL
    Hover pedal turns to change heading are authorized. Sustained VTOL operations not authorized
  72. TACTICAL MANEUVERING Flight conditions Control inputs
    • a. Pedals centered, CONV and APLN (no more than 1/4 ball out with constant trim).
    • b. Abrupt, large amplitude inputs and abrupt reversals prohibited.
    • c. Maximum cyclic inputs (from center to stop).
    • (1) Single axis: 1/2 deflection.
    • (2) Multiple axis: 1/4 deflection.
    • CAUTION:
    • Control inputs beyond those authorized may lead to departure of the aircraft from controlled flight that may be unrecoverable. The potential for departure at elevated angle of attack is increased with concurrent pedal inputs and/or full TCL application.
    • a. Maximum 80%
    • b. Tactical maneuvering prohibited with STALL WARN FAIL advisory posted.
  74. Flight or filing through forecasted or actual severe icing
    Flight or filing through forecasted or actual severe icing is prohibited
  75. Icing Configuration APLN
    • Flaps shall be set to AUTO or 0, maximum stall warning 60%, and a minimum of 10% Qm margin.
    • FLAPS — AUTO, 200 KCAS recommended.
  76. Icing Configuration CONV
    • AUTO, 60 nacelle, 110 KCAS recommended. Avoid extended operations in VTOL or
    • CONV mode.
  77. Washing engines below __ not authorized
    −15 C
  78. FLIGHT OPERATIONS (in visible moisture) 4 to -4 deg C
    • Pitot Heat
    • AOA Heat
    • EAPS
    • Engine Anti-Ice
    • If ice is visually detected, exit icing
    • conditions.
  79. FLIGHT OPERATIONS (in visible moisture) -4 to -20
    • Fully functional IPS
    • OR
    • Pitot Heat
    • AOA Heat
    • EAPS
    • Engine Anti-Ice
    • Functional ice detector
    • An official forecast of "none" or "trace" icing
    • within ±4000 ft of the route of flight.
  80. FLIGHT OPERATIONS (in visible moisture) -20 to -40
    • Fully functional IPS
    • AND
    • An official forecast of "none" or "trace" icing
    • within ±4000 ft of the route of flight.
    • Any ice accumulation in this
    • temperature range shall be considered
    • severe icing as it will exceed the
    • capabilities of the icing system.
  81. IPS MODES — ON prior to ___
    IPS MODES — ON prior to cloud immersion at −15C or less.
    • Heater Zones 1, 2: −15C
    • Heater Zone 3: −10C
    • All other PRTR IPS fails: −4C
  83. GROUND OPERATIONS (in visible moisture)
    • All ice or snow on the aircraft shall be
    • removed prior to flight. Aircraft air inlets shall
    • be inspected for ice accumulation prior to all
    • flights that are preceded by ground
    • operations in icing conditions.
    • AND
    • Pitot Heat
    • AOA Heat
    • EAPS
    • Engine Anti-Ice
    • Note
    • It is possible to get ice in the engine due
    • to induced spray/moisture on the ground
    • without the system detecting ice. Engine
    • anti-ice will not automatically be turned
    • on. Consideration should be given to
    • selecting ENGINE ANTI-ICE — ON and
    • just prior to takeoff return to AUTO.
  84. Maximum wind limits to include gusts.
    • 1. Ground engine start up/shutdown: 45 kts.
    • 2. Any BFWS operations: 45 kts.
    • 3. Static FLT RDY, Fold Horizontal or Fold Vertical: 60 kts.
    • 4. FULL STOW: 90 kts.
  85. IMC prohibited
    • Without AFC 86 and the −020 VOR Receiver, the VOR shall not be used as a primary navigation source or for filing IFR.
    • The use of type equipment code /G prohibited
  86. Severe Turbulence Maximum penetration airspeed
    Limited to 220 KCAS
  87. Severe Turbulence Rotor speed is limited to
    • Nr Indicated Qm
    • 100%: 75%
    • 84%: 65%
  88. When is Fuel Dump allowed?
    Fuel dump is prohibited except in emergencies.
  89. Required configuration (time permitting) for fuel dump
    • a. Cargo ramp and door closed.
    • b. Landing gear up.
    • c. Main cabin door closed.
  90. Minimum feed tank quantity
    300 lbs.
  91. Maximum forward sponson allowable fuel split
    2500 lbs.
  92. Max MATS tank fuel load
    • During normal operations the mission auxiliary tanks should be limited to the following fuel levels to meet the specified crash load requirements. No automatic shutoff is provided. During refueling, the fuel level within each MATS must be monitored and manually isolated:
    • a. Forward (2350 lbs).
    • b. Mid and Aft (2200 lbs)
  93. Which seats are not available with MATS tanks on board?
    • The troop seats directly aft of the first and second tank are not authorized for use due to loss of crash attenuation
    • and possible head strike.
  94. When will MATS tanks automatically stop fillling
    No automatic shutoff is provided when refueling to the quantities listed in the table above. When refueling to these fuel levels, the level within each MAT must be monitored and manually isolated. Automatic shut-off is only provided if the MATS are filled to maximum capacity.
  95. Maximum gross weight VTOL
    52,600 lbs.
  96. Maximum gross weight STO
    57,000 lbs
  97. Maximum alternate gross weight
    60,500 lbs.
  98. The following aircraft refueling tankers are authorized
    • a. KC-130 (F, J, R, T) with SFI 48-000 pods and high speed drogue.
    • b. MC-130 (E, P) with SFI 48-000 pods and high speed drogue.
    • c. MC-130 (H, W) with FRL MK32B−902E pods and Variable Drag Drogue (VDD).
  99. Can 2 V-22s aerial refuel at the same time?
    Simultaneous aerial refueling of two V-22's behind a single tanker is prohibited
  100. The following aircraft are authorized for simultaneous aerial refueling with the V-22
    • a. F/A-18.
    • b. AV-8.
  101. Max turbulence for aerial refueling
    Zero to moderate turbulence
  102. FCS — AERIAL REFUEL shall be selected:
    • prior to arrival at the observation position until no longer in
    • the wake of the tanker.
  103. (aerial refueling) Nr and flap setting changes shall be completed prior to:
    prior to moving in from the observation position.
  104. SFI 48-000 pods and HSD limitations
    • (1) Airspeed Range: 185 to 210 KCAS
    • (2) Tanker Transfer Pumps only
  105. FRL MK 32B-902E pods and VDD Limitations
    • (1) Airspeed Range: 160 to 180 KCAS
    • (2) Tanker Flaps: 0% deflection only
    • (3) ARRP only
    • (4) Tanker Delivery Pressure: 20 psi max
  106. Aerial refueling is not authorized with the following: (4)
    • a. VTOL or CONV.
    • b. Unresolved GRDP system fail indications from ground pressure refueling.
    • c. External loads.
    • d. Failed FMU except in an emergency
  107. When SHALL AFCS be on?
    AFCS shall be ON for all rotor turning operations except when executing an Emergency Procedure or a Functional Check Flight procedure.
  108. When can FCS ATT be used?
    FCS ATT is prohibited
  109. When can TCL OTVL be selected?
    Selecting TCL OTVL in flight is prohibited except when executing an Emergency Procedure.
  110. Flight paths above __ North or below __ South are not authorized.
    • 89 and 89
    • Note
    • In polar regions heading hold will maintain constant heading along the rhumb line spiraling in toward the pole.
  111. Avoid position for formation flight
    Avoid leads 5 to 7 o'clock position
  112. Minimum formation separation in VTOL/CONV
    VTOL/CONV: Minimum separation is 250 ft cockpit-to-cockpit and 25 ft of step up. During approach and landing phase, maintain step up until lead lands or maintain 250 ft separation. While maintaining 250 ft separation, avoid 5 to 7 o'clock position downwind of the upwind aircraft.
  113. VTOL/CONV Crossover limitations (3)
    • a. Crossovers in descending, turning flight prohibited.
    • b. Crossovers in descending, wings level flight prohibited with ROD in excess of 500 fpm.
    • c. Crossovers shall maintain at least 50 ft of step-up.
  114. Minimum formation separation APLN
    • APLN: Minimum separation is 250 ft cockpit-to-cockpit. Crossovers should maintain at least 50 ft of step-up
    • or step-down.
  115. Specified ship deck for BFWS ops
    Hangar deck
  116. Max ship motion for BFWS ops
    15 deg roll/3 deg pitch.
  117. Fuel state for shipboard BFWS ops
    • 1. Wing Aux Tanks empty.
    • 2. Wing balanced
  118. Nacelle position for wing lock pin insertion
    Nacelles shall be at 90 degrees for the wing lock pins to be inserted
  119. Land based fuel state for BFWS
    Wing aux tanks balanced
  120. Max SPIE airspeed with ropers (warm weather)
    70 KCAS
  121. Max SPIE airspeed with ropers (cold weather)
    50 KCAS
  122. Airspeed for parachute ops
    125 +/- 5 KCAS
  123. Max static line altitude
    10,000 MSL
  124. VTOL/CONV limits for static line
    Prohibited for personnel
  125. VTOL static line ops for cargo
  126. How many anchor lines are allowed for static line ops
    One side only
  127. Max number of static line jumpers
  128. Max altitude for free fall para ops
    25000 MSL
  129. VTOL for free fall ops
    Not authorized
  130. Max cargo weight for para ops
  131. Max personnel for fast rope
    Maximum of 3 personnel on ramp with 3 personnel on fastrope or 600 lbs on rescue hoist.
  132. Max airspeed for hoist operations
    Max airspeed for hoist operations: 60 KCAS.
  133. The following are not authorized for fast rope (4)
    • a. Standard 60 ft (or less) fastrope.
    • b. Fastrope with a tethered weight.
    • c. Fastrope operations from the aft cargo hole.
    • d. Weighted fastrope.
  134. Authorized ropes for fast rope ops
    • a. Standard 120 ft fastrope.
    • b. Standard 90 ft fastrope.
  135. Shipboard Cabin SA repeater ops
    1. Shipboard operations prohibited. EMI in the shipboard environment could damage the system.
  136. GPS Repeater use in CONUS is limited to the following requirements
    • a. The proper application(s) for frequency assignment must be submitted to the local frequency manager and
    • approval before GPS Repeater operations.
    • b. Controlled range(s), installations, or cordoned zones within the approved areas stated in the frequency
    • assignment applications.
    • c. The final 20 minutes before planned deployment of assault support assets.
  137. Unauthorized uncoupled FD modes (6)
    • a. CMS vertical speed selectable from the CDU (VS limit) greater than 2000 fpm
    • b. LOC backcourse
    • c. ILS glideslope guidance at nacelle angles less than 60 degrees
    • d. ILS and VOR ENAV modes in IMC
    • e. AUTO NAC armed above 14,000 ft MSL
    • f. Except for APPR and DHOV/GA all uncoupled course guidance prohibited below 80 KCAS.
  138. Max alt for AUTO NAC (uncoupled)
    14,000 MSL
  139. Min nacelle angle for ILS glideslope guidance
    60 Degrees
  140. Min speed for uncoupled course guidance
    80 KCAS
  141. Max uncoupled CDU selected VS limit
    2000 FPM
  142. Min selected final altitude for uncoupled APPR
    50ft AGL
  143. Min power margin for uncoupled APPR
    10% no wind OGE power margin
  144. Max crosswind for uncoupled APPR
    10 kts crosswind and tailwind relative to course
  145. Max tailwind for uncoupled APPR
    10 kts crosswind and tailwind relative to course
  146. Max altitude for APPR DECEL FAST (uncoupled)
    3000ft DA
  147. Min final range for uncoupled APPR TURNING
    .5 nm
  148. Max altitude for uncoupled APPR modes
    6000ft DA
  149. Prohibited uncoupled APPR modes
    • -Use of APPR G/S 7° with APPR DECEL FAST
    • -Use of APPR G/S 10°
  150. UNCPLD HVR ALT (RAD ALT SELECT/HOLD) authorized with the following prohibited:
    • a. Use of FDRADALT SEL/HOLDas the primary means of terrain clearance over terrain other than flat (level or uniformly sloping) clear of obstacles
    • b. Selection of hover height below minimums in accordance with Figure 4-18.
    • WARNING:
    • The radar altimeter is unable to discern terrain ahead of the aircraft. FD RADALT SEL/HOLD mode does not account for aircraft performance in its guidance.
  151. Coupled modes should be engaged from:
    trimmed, stabled flight. Engaging coupled modes during non-trimmed flight may result in acceleration transients up to 0.6 g and uncommanded disengagements.
  152. Unauthorized coupled modes (7)
    • a. ILS and VOR modes
    • b. Go around (GA) with A5.01/B3.01 software and prior
    • c. Go around (GA) above 150 KCAS
    • d. VS limit greater than 2000 fpm
    • e. AUTO NAC armed above 14,000 ft MSL
    • f. ALT, SPD, HDG, TACAN, SRCH PAT, and WYPT below 200 ft AGL
    • g. Except for APPR and DHOV/GA all coupled course guidance prohibited below 80 KCAS.
  153. Max airspeed for couple Go around (GA)
    150 KCAS
  154. Max coupled VS limit
  155. Max altitude for AUTO NAC (coupled)
    14,000 ft MSL
  156. Min altitude for coupled ALT, SPD, HDG, TACAN, SRCH PAT, and WYPT
    200ft AGL
  157. Min airspeed for coupled course guidance (Except for APPR and DHOV/GA)
    80 KCAS
  158. APPR authorized only with:
    HVR CPLD armed
  159. Max crosswind for coupled APPR
    Crosswind and tailwind components relative to course greater than 10 kts
  160. Max tailwind for coupled APPR
    Crosswind and tailwind components relative to course greater than 10 kts
  161. Minimum selected hover alt for coupled APPR
  162. Minimum power margin for coupled APPR
    Less than 10% no wind Hover (OGE) Power Margin
  163. Max alt for APPR DECEL FAST
    3000ft DA
  164. Prohibited coupled APPR angles
    Use of APPR G/S 10°
  165. Min final range for APPR TURNING
  166. Max altitude for APPR operation
    6000ft DA
  167. Min power margin for VS ZERO/VS HOLD
    10% no--wind Hover (OGE) Power Margin
  168. Min power margin for RADALT HOLD
    5% no--wind Hover (OGE) Power Margin.
  169. Minimum HVR ALT (RAD ALT SELECT/HOLD) height
  170. Min/Max VS ZERO altitude
    less than 30 ft AGL and greater than 1000 ft DA
  171. Max ROD in VS ZERO
    For altitudes less than 30 ft AGL, VS HOLD rate of descent greater than 200 fpm
  172. Max headwind for position hold
    25 kts —headwind (330 to 030°).
  173. Max crosswind for position hold
    20 kts —crosswind (030 to 105°/255 to 330°).
  174. Max tailwind for position hold
    10 kts —tailwind (105 to 255°)
  175. Unauthorized during HVR CPLD landings
    • a. Trim beep inputs below 30 ft AGL.
    • b. Changing nacelle angle.
    • c. POSN SEL Landing with HOVER DRIFT advisory alert displayed
  176. Max slope for hover coupled landings
    Max slope landing 6 degrees
  177. Is GS HOLD authorized for hover coupled landings?
    No-POS HOLD only
  178. CABIN/RAMP HANDHOLD limits (6)
    • 1. Maximum of three people utilizing each section of cabin hand hold straps concurrently.
    • 2. Maximum of one person utilizing ramp hand hold strap.
    • 3. Ramp hand hold strap shall be removed and stowed during airdrop operations.
    • 4. During fastrope operations ramp hand hold strap shall not be attached to the same pummel as the rope.
    • 5. The handhold straps shall be visually inspected prior to use for security and serviceability by aircrew.
    • 6. Cabin hand hold straps shall be tightened to remove any slack.
    88 kts
  180. Max Coupled Pitch activity during APPR below 60 KCAS
    Pitch activity during APPR and below 60 KCAS, may vary between --5° and +10° until the Flight Director converges on a final pitch attitude.
  181. TURNING APPR under high wind conditions Max Pitch attitude changes
    During TURNING APPR under high wind conditions, pitch attitude changes of +/--10° and nacelle angle changes may occur.
  182. Waypoints created or edited via CDU, Digmap, or FLIR MagVar Note
    Waypoints created or edited via CDU, Digmap, or FLIR are incorrectly assigned theMagVar value for the previously--entered/edited waypoint (0° for the first waypoint entry). In order to achieve the desired accuracy, edit the waypoint position by at least one digit.Waypoints created via OVERFLY WYPT are not affected.
  183. Weather radar ground personnel WARNING
    Failure to ensure ground personnel are clear of radar transmitting area may result in injury. Personnel must be clear ofWeather RADAR antenna by 25 feet within a 90􀁱 arc from either side of center line.
  184. Can the weather radar normally operate on the ground?
    No, but Radar inhibit override allows the aircrew to override WOW
  185. Weather radar during shipboard ops
    Do not use weather radar within 25 feet of ship deck during flight operation.
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Chapter Limits

Chapter 4 Limits
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