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Generator Load Limits

2 or 3 generators operating......................400 amps

1 generator operating (on ground)............400 amps

1 generator (in flight)..................................500 amps

Transient limit (5 minutes)...........................600 amps

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Cabin Differential Pressure Limits

Air.............................. -.5 to 9.4 psi

Landing..................... -.5 to 1.0 psi

Taxi.............................. -.5 to .1 psi

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V mo

M mo

Up to 8000 ft ............................ 300 kts

8000 ft to 29475 ft ....................320 kts

Above 29475 ft ........................... .83m

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V mcg

111 kts

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Maneuvering Load Factors

Flaps up ........................ 2.6g to -1.0g

Flaps down ...................... 2.0g to -0g

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APU Maximum Altitudes

- Operation
- Generator
- Bleed Air

Operation .......................... 37,000 ft

Generator .......................... 30,000 ft

Bleed Air ............................ 20,000 ft

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APU Starter Cooling Times

Start Attempts Cooling Time

1 ............................................... 1 min
2 ............................................... 1 min
3 ............................................. 20 min
4 ............................................... 1 min
5 ............................................. 40 min

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V'LE

V'LO
- Retraction
- Extension

V'LE ............................... 250 kts

V'LO Ret........................ 200 kts
Ext......................... 250 kts

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V'RA

V'FE

V'RA ............................... 265 kts or .75 m

V'FE
Flaps 10 or 20 ........................ 210 kts
Flaps 30 ................................. 175 kts

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Spoilers

Do not extend spoilers below:

Approach + 8 kts
500 ft AGL

Do not select flight spoilers to EMER except during an
emergency or as required by procedure.

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Maximum useable fuel

- Single Point
- Over Wing

Per Tank Total

Single Point ................... 7075 lbs 14,150 lbs

Over Wing ..................... 6500 lbs 13,000 lbs

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Approved Fuels

Jet A
Jet A1
Jet B
JP 4
JP 5
JP 8

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Maximum depth of Water or Slush
Takeoff / Landing

Takeoff ....................... .25"

Landing ..................... .5"

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Autopilot Minimum Use Height

Climb, Enroute, Descent .................................. 700 ft AGL

Visual and Non Precision Approaches ............ 200 ft AGL

Precision Approaches (GS 3.5d or less) ............. 80 ft AGL
(GS 3.6d - 4.4d) ............ 160 ft AGL

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Required Equipment for RVSM

Autopilot
Altitude Alerting System
Altitude Encoding Transponder
2 Air Data Computers

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Maximum Ramp Weight

39,000 lbs

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Maximum Landing Weight

33,750 lbs

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Thrust Reversers

- Use only on paved surfaces

- Do not use in flight

- Do not use to backup aircraft

- Do not use on touch & go's

- Reverse thrust above idle is prohibited below 40 kts

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Runways

- Paved runways only

- Maximum slope +/- 2%

- 4000 ft long (company limitation)

- 70 ft wide (company limitation)

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Maximum Gear Extension Altitude

18,000 ft

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V'1mcg

116 kts

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Auto flight

- Do not intentionally overpower the autopilot

- Maximum altitude with the yaw damper off is 31,000 ft

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Maximum depth of wet snow
Takeoff / Landing

Takeoff ..................... .5"

Landing .................... 1"

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V'mca

Flaps 10 ................106 kts

Flaps 20 ............... 102 kts

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Maximum Takeoff Weight

38,850 lbs

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Maximum Fuel Imbalance

Fuel onboard Max imbalance

< 4700 lbs ..................................... 600 lbs

4700 lbs - 10,000 lbs ................... 450 lbs

10,000 lbs - 13,700 lbs ................ 315 lbs

> 13,700 lbs ................................... 250 lbs

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V'MCL

Flaps 10 ............ 108 kts

Flaps 20 ............ 106 kts

Flaps 30 ............ 102 kts

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Maximum depth of dry snow
Takeoff / Landing

Takeoff ................... 2"

Landing .................. 3"

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Maximum Zero Fuel Weight

27,200 lbs

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Jet A temperature limits

-30c thru 50c

For temps > or = 45c
- Minimum fuel for takeoff is 2800 lbs
- < 2000 lbs of fuel (1000 lbs per side), do not
operate engines for more than 30 minutes

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Minimum fuel for a "Go Around"

500 lbs per side

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Maximum Takeoff / Landing Pressure Altitude

10,000 ft

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Maximum Tailwind Component

10 kts

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Maximum Tire Speed

182 kts

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Maximum altitude for flap deployment

18,000 ft

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Maximum operating altitude

45,000 ft

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Minimum Flight Weight

23,100 lbs

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Minimum battery temperature for takeoff

-20c

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Air Source Selector

Do not select the Air Source switch to "TRIM AIR ONLY" while aircraft is on the ground.

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Engine Starts

- 3 consecutive starts followed by 15 minutes of cooling

- Engine must be motored for 30 seconds after aborted start

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Crew and passenger oxygen masks

- Not approved for use above 40,000 ft cabin altitude.

- Prolonged use of passenger masks above 25,000 ft cabin altitude not recommended.

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Wing Anti Ice (ground)

On for takeoff when temperature is 5c or below and visible moisture is present, or when surface snow, ice, water or slush is present.

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Standby Instrument / Standby Compass

- Standby instrument can not be used for localizer back course approaches

- Left and right windshield heat must be selected OFF while the standby compass is being read

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Wing Anti Ice (flight)

Selected ON when temperature is 10c thru -40c and visible moisture is present.

Selected ON if "ICE DETECTED" CAS illuminates

For N530FX and newer; airspeed below 210 kts

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APU Anti ice / De-ice procedures

Do not operate APU during de-icing

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Wing Anti Ice with Type II and Type IV Anti Ice fluids

If required the wing anti ice must be selected "ON" just prior to throttle advance for takeoff.

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Engine Anti Ice (flight)

Selected "ON" when temperature is 10c thru -40c and visible moisture is present.

Selected "ON" when "ICE DETECTED" CAS illuminates.

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Engine Anti Ice (ground)

Selected "ON" when temperature is 10c or below and visible moisture is present, or when surface snow, ice, water or slush is present

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Minimum bulk fuel temperature for takeoff.

-30c

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Maximum bulk fuel temperature for takeoff.

50c

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Maximum altitude when using Jet B or JP 4 fuels.

16,000 ft

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Maximum speed and altitude APU can be started.

30,000 ft and 285 kts

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Maximum demonstrated crosswind.
Takeoff / Landing

Takeoff ....................... 28 kts

Landing ...................... 24 kts

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Wingspan

63' 10"

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Aircraft length

68' 8"

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Aircraft height

20 ft

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Minimum pavement width for 180 degree turn

58 ft

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Engine type

HTF-7000

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Maximum altitude for Left engine start on ground

9000 ft

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Maximum altitude for APU start on ground

14,000 ft

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Maximum single point refueling / de-fueling pressure

Refueling ...................... 55 psi

De-fueling .................... -8 psi