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61

Ditching switch only in what mode?

 

Day 5

Auto

62

When crossing the holding fix for a hold manually entered in the FMS, what is displayed at the bottom of the legs page at 6L?

 

Day 3

Exit Hold

63

Ditching switch available below what altitude?

 

Day 5

 

15,000'

64

How long will the main batteries last in the event of a total loss of generator power?

 

Day 6

1 hour ESSCs open

Bus Tie Contactor closes

 

Batteries directly power their essential busses and battery busses only, and share loads through the closed Bus Tie.

65

Pax oxygen masks stop delivering oxygen when descending through what cabin altitude ?

9,500' + - 500 feet.

66

Which EICAS message requires prompt action?

 

Day 1

Prompt: Amber (caution)

67

With Emergency Lights armed, when will they illuminate?

 

Day 2

 

Loss of right Main Bus power.

68

Oxygen masks auto deploy at what cabin altitude?

14,500' + - 500 feet.

69

What is the purpose of the Scavenge Ejectors?

Day 4

Transfer fuel from the lowest inboard section of the wing to the Collector Tank.

70

What is the battery life of the Standby Indicator?

 

Day 6

3.5 hours

71

What happens when an ENGINE FIRE is detected?

 

Day 5

MW illuminates

3 Chimes

ENG FIRE CAS Message

Aural "Engine Fire"

FIRE on N1 (red)

Engine fire switch illuminates

72

What is the purpose of the PTU?

 

Day 2

Assists with gear retraction with loss of pressure in left hydraulic system due to Left EDP (engine driven pump failure).

73

When will the DCMP Hydraulic pumps run continuously?

With flaps beyond 0 degrees

74

How many Ice detectors are required to generate an ICE DETECTED CAS message?

 

Day 4

One

75

Where is the oxygen service point located?

 

Day 6

Right side of fuselage, directly forward of the right engine.

76

What PSI is a fully charged oxygen system?

 

Day 6

1850 PSI at the fill port

Oxygen quantity is displayed on EICAS and SUMMARY synoptic pages.

77

How many Ice detectors are installed on the CL350?

 

Day 5

2

78

What does the PMA - Permanent Magnet Alternator power?

FADEC - above 45% N2

79

Which primary flight control system does not have hydraulic assist?

 

Day 2

Ailerons

80

What is the EPAV?

Electro Pneumatic Actuating Valve

(Oxygen Control)

81

Where is the Fuel/Hydraulic heat exchanger located?

 

Day 5

In each wing fuel tank

82

What kind of batteries are in the CL350?

24V NICAD 44 amp/hr

83

Which doors are monitored by the door warning system?

 

Day 1

Main

Emergency

Cargo

Aft Equipment Bay

Battery Bay

 

Memory Aid: MECAB

84

Where does the APU receive it's fuel?

 

Day 1

Right collector tank

Collector tanks hold 500lbs

85

Min fuel for go-around

1,000 Lbs

86

What happens when you turn on the battery switches?

 

Day 1

All buses are powered

IRS begins aligning (cyan message on PFD)

CVR turns on

87

With torque link attached what is the limit of rotation of the nose gear?

 

Day 1

120° with torque links attached, and NWS de-energized

 

Exceeding 120° causes "NWS LIMIT EXCEEDED" CAS message.

Indicating pins shear at 123° Torque links may be disconnected to allow towing at any angle

88

Max altitude to use APU electric?

30,000'

89

When should you manually select engine ignition ON?

 

Day 5

Contaminated runways

Moderate or heavier rain

Moderate or greater turbulence

In the vicinity of thunderstorms

90

What are the meanings for the following synoptic colors: 

Red, Amber, Green, White

 

Day 1

Red - Exceedence

Amber- Component failure no flow, energy, or pressure

Green - Normal with flow

White - Normal without flow