Phenom 100 POH

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Phenom 100 POH
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Pilot Operating Handbook and Systems
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  1. What will automatically happen to the other GDUs (Garmin Display Units) when/if PFD 1 Fails?
    • The MFD goes to PFD Reversionary Mode
    • PFD 2 remains the same
  2. What will automatically happen to the other GDUs (Garmin Display Units) when/if the MFD fails?
    PFD 1 & 2 goes to PFD Reversionary Mode
  3. What will automatically happen to the other GDUs (Garmin Display Units) when/if PFD 2 fails?
    • PFD 1 remains unchanged
    • MFD remains unchanged
  4. What is the Length, width, and height of the Phenom 100?
    • Length = 41' 8.4"
    • Width = 40' 4.3"
    • Height = 14' 2.6"
  5. The AC outlet system supplies _ VAC from the Airplanes _ VDC to be used by the pax to operate a Laptop of other PED?
    • 110 VAC
    • 28 VDC
  6. The static inverter is powered by the _ _ _ _ and is protected by a _ _?
    • 28 VDC Shed Bus
    • Circuit Breaker
  7. How does the static inverter protect itself if the current exceeds the predetermined value?
    It has an Internal Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI)
  8. What is the max allowable wattage for the AC Outlets?
    100W
  9. How is the main cabin door locked to the fuselage?
    By 8 latch pins (it is not a plug-in type like the emergency door)
  10. What is provided to ensure the main cabin door is secured in the locked position?
    • Eight green latch indicators
    • Two green lock indicators
  11. How many micro-switches are incorporated into the:
    - Forward Baggage Door?
    - Aft Baggage Door?
    • 2 on the forward baggage door
    • 1 on the aft baggage door
  12. Door warning is provided for _, _, & _, by microswitch signals processed by the _ system.

    What indications do we get in the cockpit if a door is not secured properly for takeoff?
    • Main Door, Emergency Door, and Baggage Door
    • We get both a CAS Message and a graphical representation on the system status page
  13. Describe the Phenom 100's waste system.
    • The waste system consists primarily of a Recirculating Toilet Assembly (RTA) which collects and stores human wastes in a removable self-contained tank.
    • It is powered by the Shed Bus
  14. What emergency equipment does our aircraft have?
    • Portable Fire Extinguisher
    • Flashlight
    • First Aid Kit
    • Water Barrier
    • Passenger Oxygen Maskes
    • Life Vest
    • Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT)
  15. Manual actuation of the outflow valve is possible only with the pressurization mode switch set to _ position, and manually opens the outflow valve to increase/decrease the cabin altitude at approximately _FPM.
    • MAN
    • 300'
  16. What does the RED X on the Cabin ALT, RATE, DELTA P, or LFE window on the MFD indicate?
    Invalid, out of range, or failed
  17. If the Air Shutoff Valve is/has
    -Closed
    -Open Pressurized
    -Open Unpressurized
    -Failed Closed
    -Failed Open
    what would be the indication on the environmental control system synoptic page?
    • Closed- white circle and white line perpendicular to the flow line
    • Open Press.- Green circle and green line aligned with the flow line
    • Open Unpress.- White circle and white line and no bleed air available
    • Failed Closed- white circle and white line perpendicular to theflow line covered by a yellow X
    • Failed Open- green circle and green line aligned with the flow line covered by a yellow X
  18. The cockpit/cabin temperature indications are digital and settable and are colored as follows on the environmental control system synoptic page?:
    • Green- for actual temperature
    • Cyan- for set temperature
    • Red X- invalid, out of range, or failed
  19. On the environmental control system synoptic page what colors/symbols indicate on, off, and failed for the evaporator/recirculation fans?
    • On- green circle/green windmill
    • Off- white circle and white windmill
    • Failed- yellow X covering the circle/windmill
  20. On the environmental control system synoptic page what is indicated by a green or white ECS Flow Line?
    • Green- the associated flow line is pressurized
    • White- the associated flow line in not pressurized
  21. On the environmental control system synoptic page the Ram Air S/O Valve is shown as a triangle linked with a flow line inside the green circle, what does Green, White or the Yellow X covering the triangle mean?
    • Green- Normal valve operation in flight. Open (connected to the cabin/cockpit) or closed (connected to the heat exchanger).
    • White- valve commanded open on ground (abnormal)
    • Failed
  22. How is the Outflow Valve position indicated on the environmental control system synoptic page?
    Green pointer and the words "Open" (OFV at 90 degrees); "intermediate" (OFV at any position between 90 degrees and 0 degrees); "Closed" (OFV is fully closed 0 degrees) *during ground ops only*
  23. How is bleed line pressure indicated on the environmental synoptic page?
    Boxed on right side with green numbers to indicate normal operating range or yellow dashed to indicate invalid or value out of displayable range.
  24. How is the heat exchange status is indicated on the environmental synoptic page?
    • On- Green rectangle with temperature reading
    • Off- White rectangle with temperature reading
  25. How is the VCS shown on the environmental control system synoptic page?
    • On- green circle and green triangle
    • Off- white circle and white triangle
    • Failed- Yellow X covering the circle and triangle
  26. How is the ground cooling fan shown on the environmental control system synoptic page?
    -On
    -Off
    -Failed
    • On- Green circle with an internal green windmill
    • Off- White circle with a white windmill
    • Failed- Yellow X covering circle and windmill
  27. The bleed system is control is performed by actuating the two bleed _?
    PRSOV (pressure regulating shutoff valves) located in each nacelle
  28. Can either flow path of bleed air, regulated by the independent PRSOVs supply enough bleed air for cabin pressurization?
    Yes, this is a redundant system
  29. What is bleed air used for in the Phenom 100?
    • Environmental Control System (ECS)
    • Wing and Stabilizer de-ice
    • Engine anti-ice
    • Door seal
  30. What is the PRSOVs (pressure regulating s/o valve) function?
    to regulate the hot bleed air released to the ECS at 25 PSIG and to provide a firewall shutoff capability for the bleed air lines.
  31. What is the heat exchanger for?
    To cool the bleed air either by ram air (in-flight) or the ground cooling fan (on the ground) prior to being delivered to the ECS
  32. What happens to the PRSOV in the event of a single engine takeoff condition?
    It is automatically closed
  33. The Environmental Control System (ECS) provides temperature control for what?
    • Cockpit/Cabin
    • Cabin air recirculation
    • Conditioned air supply for gaspers
    • Fan air cooling for avionics
    • Emergency ram air ventilation for cockpit smoke clearance
  34. Air temperature is controlled through?
    Temperature Modulating Valves (TMVs) which mix cooled air from the heat exchangers with hot bleed air from the engines (PRSOVs)
  35. How is the air flow regulated to maintain adequate and safe supply pressure at any engine operating condition?
    By Flow Control Shutoff Valves (FCSOV)
  36. When additional cooling is required, the environmental control system automatically operates the _?
    VCS- vapor cycle air conditioning system
  37. Describe the VCS.
    The VCS has 2 evaporators (evaporators transfer the heat load generated in the a/c to the refrigerant) independently controlled and connected to a single compressor and condenser. The compressor module pumps the refrigerant to the condenser/heat exchanger pack where the energy contained in the fluid is dissipated through an indirect heat txfr with ram air. The fluid then passes through the evaporator monted expansion valves where it is vaporized, loses energy, and is directed to the evaporators. One evaporator is installed at the right side of the cockpit partition and another is installed in the cabin back side. The pack utilizes ram air to purge the heat from the VCS in the condenser and the excess heat from the engine bleed air-to-air heat exchanger and absorbs the excess heat of the engine air bleed.
  38. Describe the function of the RAM- Air Ventilation system?
    It supplies ram air to decrease bleed air temperature in the heat exchanger and can also supply fresh air to the cockpit and pax cabin in case of a loss of bleed air from both engines. (Fresh air on the ground can be attained by turning the bleeds to off)
  39. Where do the:
    -Passenger gaspers
    -Pilot gaspers
    get there air supply from?
    • Pilot- cockpit bleed line (right side)
    • Cabin- cabin bleed line (left side)
  40. How is emergency ventilation accomplished?
    Through an emergency ram air ventilation valve which is normally closed but can be commanded open when the Bleed knob is positioned to Off/Vent (both PRSOVs closed) in flight.
  41. How is the outflow valve commanded to modulate airflow?
    • Through a dual channeled Electronic Control and Monitoring Unit (ECMU)
    • 1 channel for auto mode the other is for manual pressurization control through the pressurization panel in the cockpit
  42. During MFD reversionary mode is it possible to change the planned LFE?
    No, the manual pressurization setting must be used
  43. Does the VS mode have to be activated for the thumb wheel selector to become effective?
    Yes
  44. What does the CPL button do?
    Alternates the pilot and copilot AFCS side as data source. A green arrowhead on the FMA indicates the respective source selected.
  45. What does the quick disconnect button (The Big Red Button) disengage?
    • Autopilot
    • Yaw Damper
    • Trim
    • Pusher
    • Acknowledge and silence the autopilot disconnection alert and aural tone
  46. What does the Control Wheel Steering Button allow?
    Allows pilot to override the autopilot pitch and roll function with no effect to yaw damper or turn coordination until released.
  47. What are some of the conditions that must be satisfied to make the autopilot available?
    • Flight Director is available
    • AFCS Control Unit is operational and communicating with the PFD 1 and/or MFD
    • Required AHRS parameters consumed by AP are valid and not miscompared
    • AP Servo monitors do not report failure
    • AP interface monitors do not report failure
    • GIA monitors do not report failure
    • AP related power-up tests completed successfully
    • Roll attitude is w/in +/- 45o
    • Pitch attitude is w/in +/- 25o
  48. The autopilot engages when the AP pushbutton is pressed, if all of the following conditions are satisfied:
    • Autopilot is available
    • Automatic pitch trim is available
    • Normal Pitch Trim channel is selected
    • Pitch trim position is not asymmetric
    • Stall warning is not active
    • Any half of pilot or copilot manual trim switch is not active
    • Pilot or copilot Quick Disconnect switch is not pressed
    • Takeoff mode is not active, if airplane is on ground
  49. What does the self-monitoring yaw servo provide?
    • Dutch roll damping
    • Turn coordination in response to yaw rate, roll angle, vertical acceleration, and airspeed
  50. The Yaw Damper is available for engagement if all of the following conditions are satisfied:
    • AFCS Control Unit is operational and communicating with the PFD 1 and/or MFD
    • Required AHRS parameters consumed by YD are valid and not miscompared
    • YD servo monitors do not report failure
    • YD interface monitors do not report failure
    • GIA monitors do not report failure
    • YD related power-up tests completed successfully
    • Lateral acceleration is within +/- 0.25g
  51. Yaw Damper engages when AP or YD pushbutton is pressed if all of the following conditions are satisfied:
    • Yaw Damper is available
    • Stall Warning is not active
    • Pilot or copilot Quick Disconnect switch is not pressed
    • Takeoff mode is not active if airplane is on ground
  52. Transition from IAS to MACH occurs around what altitude?
    • Climb- 31500 or Mach .55
    • Descent- 30500 or IAS of 250
  53. GP/GS mode are available when?
    • GP- is WAAS based glidepath available provided a GPS approach is loaded, CDI is on GPS, and APR button is pressed
    • GS- is available for LOC/ILS approaches provided the Localizer frequency is tuned, CDI is selected to LOC (green needles), and APR button is pressed
  54. What is the roll angle limited to in Low Bank Mode?
    15o
  55. In HDG mode turns can be commanded more than 180o but less then 340o to continue a turn in the direction the bug was spun?
    True
  56. The VAPP mode provides greater sensitivity for signal tracking than VOR navigation Mode?
    True

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