Compass Limitations.txt

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  1. Maximum Operating Altitude
    41,000'
  2. Maximum altitude takeoff & Landing
    8000'
  3. Minimum Altitude Takeoff and Landing
    -1000'
  4. Maximum Allowable Load Factors:

    Flaps Up:
    2.5g to -1.0g
  5. Maximum Allowable Load Factors
    Flaps Down:
    2g to 0g
  6. Maximum Runway Slope
    +/- 2%
  7. Approved Runway Surface
    Paved
  8. Maximum Tailwind Takeoff and Landing
    10 Knots
  9. Maximum Crosswind for Takeoff and Landing
    Dry:
    28 knots sustained with gusts to 38 knots
  10. Maximum Crosswind for Takeoff and Landing
    Wet:
    28 knots
  11. Maximum Crosswind for Takeoff and Landing
    Compacted Snow:
    20 knots
  12. Maximum Crosswind for Takeoff and Landing
    Standing water/slush:
    18 knots
  13. Maximum Crosswind for Takeoff and Landing
    Wet Ice:
    12 knots
  14. Cat II Wind Limits
    Headwind:
    25 knots
  15. Cat II Wind Limits
    Tailwind:
    10 knots
  16. Cat II Wind Limits
    Crosswind:
    12 knots
  17. Maximum Taxi Speed Straight/Dry or Wet
    30kts
  18. Maximum Taxi Speed Straight Contaminated
    15kts
  19. Except as described in ________ _______ ________ procedures, the airplane may never be operated below the ________ speed.
    • normal/abnormal emergency
    • "green dot"
  20. VMO
    320 knots
  21. MMO
    .82 Mach
  22. When turbulent air is expected or encountered, the following maximum speeds apply:

    Less than 10,000 ft MSL:
    250 KIAS
  23. When turbulent air is expected or encountered, the following maximum speeds apply:

    Greater than or equal to 10,000 ft MSL
    270 KIAS/.76 Mach (Whichever is Less)
  24. Minimum RAT Speed
    130 KIAS
  25. Maximum Temperature for Takeoff and Landing
    ISA + 35ºC
  26. Minimum Temperature for Takeoff
    -40ºC
  27. Minimum Crew Oxygen Requirements

    Green:
    Normal Operating Range (minimum for dispatch with 3 crewmembers)
  28. Minimum Crew Oxygen Requirements

    Cyan:
    Normal Operating Range (minimum for dispatch with 2 crewmembers)Cautionary
  29. Minimum Crew Oxygen Requirements

    Amber:
    Cautionary Operating Range (dispatch not allowed)
  30. Cabin Pressurization Limits

    Up to 37,000 ft:
    7.8 psi
  31. Cabin Pressurization Limits

    Above 37,000 ft:
    8.3 psi
  32. Cabin Pressurization Limits

    Maximum Differential Overpressure:
    8.7 psi
  33. Cabin Pressurization Limits

    Maximum Differential Negative Pressure:
    -.5 psi
  34. Cabin Pressurization Limits

    Maximum Differential Pressure for Takeoff and Landing:
    .2 psi
  35. Maximum Altitude For Single Pack Operation
    FL 310
  36. Minimum Altitude To Engage The Autopilot
    Acceleration Altitude
  37. Minimum Altitude to Engage Autopilot on Go-Around
    400 AGL
  38. Autopilot Minimum Enroute Height
    500 AGL
  39. Autopilot Minimum Height for Non-Precision Approach
    MDA
  40. Autopilot Minimum Height for Precision Approach
    70' AGL
  41. Autopilot Special Instrument Approach
    As Specified in the Procedure
  42. Maintenance Required if Battery Voltage is Less Than
    21v
  43. The Minimum Battery Temperature for an APU Start
    -20ºC
  44. When airplane is stopped _____ and _____ lights must be _____
    • Taxi
    • Landing
    • Off
  45. For takeoff and in flight, the ___ ___ light must be ___
    • taxi nose
    • off
  46.  
    Wait __ ______ after the GPU switch is pushed in or the APU power is available before shutting down the engine(s).
    10 seconds
  47. Maximum Altitude for Flap Extension
    20,000 ft
  48. Flap Speeds

    Flaps 1
    230 KIAS
  49. Flaps Speed

    Flaps 2
    215 KIAS
  50. Flaps Speeds

    Flaps 3
    200 KIAS
  51. Flaps Speeds

    Flaps 4/5
    180 KIAS
  52. Flaps Speeds

    Flaps Full
    165 KIAS
  53. Maximum Useable Fuel
    20,785 lbs
  54. Maximum Fuel Imbalance In Flight
    794 lbs
  55. Minimum Fuel Tank Temperature
    -40ºC
  56. During ______ and ______ the crossfeed selector knob must be ___
    • takeoff
    • landing
    • off
  57. A hydraulic system warm-up must be accomplished before starting the engines, if the reservoir temperatures are below
    -18ºC
  58. If abnormal ice formation is observed on areas of the airplane that do not usually accrete ice, the flight is operating in an ___ condition

    What do you do?
    • SLD (Supercooled Large Droplet)
    • Exit as soon as possible
  59. The MCDU TO DATASET MENU must be set to ENG when:
    • SAT Temp 5-10 deg and visible moisture encountered up to 1700 AFE, or,
    • Operating on ramps, taxiways, or runways where surface snow, ice, standing water, or slush may be ingested by the engines or freeze on nacelles, or engine sensor probes
  60. The MCDU DATASET MENU must be set to ALL when:
    • SAT < 5 deg C and visible moisture will be encountered up to 1700 AFE or,
    • Operating on ramps, taxiways, or runways where surface snow, ice, standing water, or slush may be ingested by the engines or freeze on nacelles, or engine sensor probes
  61. Icing conditions exist in flight whenever the Static Air Temperature (SAT) on the ground or for takeoff, or Total Air Temperature (TAT) in flight, is __°C or below and _______ ________ in any form is present (such as clouds, fog with visibility of one mile or less, rain, snow, sleet and ice crystals).
    • 10
    • visible moisture
  62. If either one or both ice detectors are failed, the crew must set the mode selector to __ when icing conditions exist or are anticipated with a ___ of __°C or below with visible moisture.
    • ON
    • TAT
    • 10
  63. Maximum Speed to Operate The Windshield Wipers
    250 KIAS
  64. VLO For Extension
    250 KIAS
  65. VLO For Retraction
    250 KIAS
  66. VLE
    250 KIAS
  67. Maximum Ground Speed
    195 Knots
  68. Minimum Runway/Taxiway Width for a 180 deg turn E170
    54'8"
  69. Minimum Runway/Taxiway Width for a 180 deg turn E175
    59'2
  70. Baro Altimeter Minimums Must Be Used For
    All CAT I Approaches
  71. The VOR Flight Director Mode is
    Prohibited
  72. This VOR flight director mode is _________. VOR navigation using the flight director must be predicated on ___ mode and VHF (green) needles or ____ mode (magenta).
    • Inhibited
    • HDG
    • LNAV
  73. Back course approaches using the IESS is __________.
    Prohibited
  74. Minimum Battery Voltage to Start the APU
    21v
  75. APU Start Environment

    Minimum Air Temperature to Start:
    -54ºC
  76. APU Start Environment

    Maximum Altitude:
    30,000 ft
  77. Max Altitude for APU Gen
    33,000 ft
  78. Max Altitude for APU Bleed Air
    15,000 ft
  79. Max Altitude for APU-Assisted Start
    21,000 ft
  80. APU Starter Cycle Limits 1

    Starts _____ (Max Time/Cooldown)
    • 1 and 2
    • 60s/60s
  81. APU Starter Cycle Times 2

    Start ____ (Max Time/Cooldown)
    • 3
    • 60s/5mins
  82. Before Stopping the APU after engine start:
    Engine N2 must be stabilized for 5s or power transfer confirmed on Electrical Synoptic Page
  83. Before starting the APU after an engine is shutdown:
    Wait for engine to go below 30% N2
  84. Maximum Engine Temperature
    815ºC
  85. For takeoff the ____ must be ON
    ATTCS
  86. Engine Warm-Up and Cool-Down period
    2 mins
  87. Engine Dry Motoring Limits 1
    Motoring number/s ____ (Max Time/Cool-Down)
    • 1
    • 90s/5mins
  88. Engine Dry Motoring Limits 2
    Motoring Number/s (Max Time/Cool-Down)
    • 2-5
    • 30s/5 mins
  89. Starter Duty Cycle Limits 1

    Start Number/s (Max Time/Cool-Down)
    • 1 and 2
    • 90 on ground, 120 in air/10s
  90. Starter Duty Cycle Limits 2

    Start Number/s (Max Time/Cool-Down)
    • 3-5
    • 90 on ground, 120 in air/5 mins
  91. Engine Thrust Powerback is
    Prohibited
  92. The Engines Must Be Idle By
    60 KIAS
  93. The Engines Must Be Out of Reverse By
    30 KIAS
  94. No Flex when:
    Runway is contaminated (7.3.13)
  95. No Flex When:

    Contaminated Runway
    Antiskid system inoperative
  96. No Flex When:

    Contaminated Runway
    Antiskid System Inoperative
    No Flex Data on the Takeoff Report
  97. No Flex When:

    Contaminated Runway
    Antiskid System Inoperative
    No Flex Data On The Takeoff Report
    10-7s prohibit
  98. No Flex When:

    Contaminated Runway
    Antiskid System Inoperative
    No Flex Data The Takeoff Report
    10-7s prohibit
    PIC Determines Conditions Are Unsafe

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