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Flashcards in EMB-120 Landing Gear / Brakes / NWS Deck (12):
1

What do the RED lights for the gear indicate?

There is a disagreement between the landing gear lever and the landing gear position.

There is no indication of door position.

2

You have lost all your main generators but still have both AUX generators operating. How are you going to lower the gear?

Normally. The control module is powered by both emergency DC buses 1 and 2.

3

The brake system has been tested prior to taxi and no lights illuminate, what is the problem?

Less than 300 psi to the brake system.

4

How do you set and release the parking brake?

Set: push pedals, pull/twist brake, release pedals

Release: push pedals, release brake, release pedals

5

With the left engine shut down and the right main generator failed, how can the landing gear be extended?

Freefall- This condition will put you into Electrical Emergency Mode.

Or start the APU to get out of elec emer mode and lower normally.

6

What lights will you see when you initially select gear up?

All lights illuminated.

7

What lights will you see initially when selecting the landing gear down?

Red lights ON.

8

All your generators have failed and the TRANSFER FAIL light is illuminated, how are you going to lower the gear?

Normally- engines still running, mechanical pumps still work and The control module is powered by both emergency DC buses 1 and 2.

9

Will the anti-skid be available in electrical emergency mode?

No- Anti-skid is on DC Bus 1 (green) & 2 (blue).

10

Is antiskid braking available if the GREEN hydraulic system fails?

Yes- blue system is still available for inboard antiskid braking.

11

The nose wheel may hydroplane at a speed of what?

80 kts

12

Nose wheel steering has failed the FFOD check. However, the rudder pedal steering is working. Can we still operate by deferring the tiller?

No, there is no MEL for nose wheel steering