TSA EMB-145 Memory Limitations

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TSA EMB-145 Memory Limitations
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  1. Max altitude (PA)
    37,000 feet
  2. Max operating temperature
    ISA + 35c
  3. TAT in cruise above 25,000 feet is limited to...
    -45c
  4. Landing gear

    1. Vlo (retract)

    2. Vle (extension)

    3.Vle (extended)
    1. 200 KIAS

    2. 250 KIAS

    3. 250 KIAS
  5. Vmo/Mmo

    1. 0 to 8000

    2. 10,000 to 26,000

    3. 26,000 to 37,000
    1. 250 KIAS  (XR 300 KIAS)

    2. 320 KIAS

    3. 0.78 Mach (XR 0.80 Mach)
  6. Va
    200 KIAS
  7. Vfe (EP/MP/LR)

    1. Flaps 9

    2. Flaps 18

    3. Flaps 22

    4. Flaps 45
    1. 250 KIAS

    2. 200 KIAS

    3. 200 KIAS

    4. 145 KIAS
  8. Vfe (XR)

    1. Flaps 9

    2. Flaps 18

    3. Flaps 22

    4. Flaps 45
    1. 250 KIAS

    2. 200 KIAS

    3. 200 KIAS (180 KIAS above 10k, y/d off)

    4. 160 KIAS (145 KIAS above 10k, y/d off)
  9. Maximum tailwind for takeoff and landing
    10 knots
  10. Max speed to remove direct vision window
    140 KIAS
  11. Max windshield wiper operating speed
    170 KIAS
  12. Turbulent air penetration speed

    1. At or below 10,000 feet

    2. Above 10,000 feet
    1. 200 KIAS

    2. 250 KIAS/0.63M, whichever is lower
  13. Maximum aft cargo weight limit
    2646 lbs.
  14. Maximum fuel imbalance
    800 lbs.
  15. Maximum usable fuel quantity in each tank

    1. EP

    2. LR/XR

    3. XR ventral tank
    1. 4600 lbs.

    2. 5717 lbs

    3. 1863 lbs.
  16. APU maximum altitude for start
    30,000 feet
  17. APU maximum operating altitude
    37,000 feet
  18. Maximum fuel imbalance
    800 lbs.
  19. APU maximum EGT

    1. Start

    2. Continuous
    1. 884c (925c above 25,000 ft for 10 secs.)

    2. 680c (717c for 5 minutes)
  20. APU starter limits
    Between 3 consecutive attempts 1 minute off

    Between 2 series of 3 consecutive attempts, 30 minutes off
  21. Engine starter limits

    1. On ground

    2. In flight
    • 1. up to 5 minutes on, 5 minutes off
    •                          or
    •     1st to 4th cycle 1 minute on, 1 minute off
    •     following cycles 1 minute on, 5 minutes off

    2. 5 minutes on, no cool down
  22. Engine maximum oil pressure
    110 psi

    111-115 psi limited to 5 minutes

    116 - 155 psi limited to 2 minutes
  23. Take off thrust time limit
    5 minutes
  24. Minimum oil temperature for engine start
    -40c
  25. Engine vibration limits
    2.5 IPS limited to 5 minutes for take off or go around, 10 secs for other phases of flights
  26. Engine warm up

    1. Cold engine

    2. Warm engine

    3. Temperature to increase N1 above 83%
    1.  4 minutes

    2.  2 minutes

    3. 40c minimum

    Engine running for at least 8 minutes
  27. Maximum temperature for anti icing operation
    10c
  28. Minimum temperature for manual anti icing operation
    -40c
  29. Holding configuration in icing conditions
    Gear up

    Flaps up

    200 KIAS minimum airspeed
  30. Maximum altitude in icing conditions single engine or single bleed
    15,000 feet
  31. Max load on APU generator
    300 amps above 30,000 feet
  32. Maximum altitude to extend flaps
    20,000 feet
  33. Maximum airspeed after takeoff/climb without re-trimming
    160 KIAS
  34. Maximum duration of ISIS when operating on batteries
    40 minutes

    45 minutes with pitot 3 heat off

    XR ~ 240 minutes
  35. Auto pilot Cat I

    1. Minimum altitude coupled to ILS

    2. Minimum height after takeoff

    3. Single engine go-around
    1. 200 feet

    2. 500 feet

    3. Prohibited
  36. Autopilot CAT II (mandatory for CAT II approaches)

    1.  Min alt coupled to ILS
    2.  Min decision height
    3.  Min RVR
    4.  Max tailwinds
    5.  Max x-wind
    6.  Single engine CAT II
    • 1.  50 feet
    • 2.  100 feet
    • 3.  1,200 feet
    • 4.  xr - 9 kts; others 10 kts
    • 5.  10 kts
    • 6.  Prohibited
  37. Maximum recommended crosswind

    1. Dry/wet 

    2. Compacted snow

    3. Standing water or slush

    4. Ice (no melting)
    1. 30 knots

    2. 25 knots

    3. 20 knots

    4. 10 knots
  38. Maximum operating altitude when one pack is closed
    25,000 feet

    37,000 feet when APU supplying pack 1, engine supplying pack 2

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