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1

Power OFF Caution light on MAP indicates:

Loss of Emergency DC1 or DC2 power to the MAP.

2

Cabin Alt Warning light on Map indicates:

Cabin Pressure > 10,000'

3

Low speed alarm will sound:

160 KIAS with flaps up and the Deice Boots are on and/or Ice Detection Light. Non cancellable.

4

Crew Oxy Caution light on MAP:

375 psi oxygen left = 30 minutes.

5

Only MAP light that may be illuminated without being addressed by the MEL:

Ice Condition.

6

Attitude Display Caution light on MAP:

CP and FO attitude indicator differ in pitch or bank by 6 degrees.

7

Rudder Speed SW Caution light on MAP:

Airspeed inputs to the rudder PCU differ by 6 kts.

8

CONTR DISENG Caution light on MAP:

Elevator and/or Ailerons disconnected.

9

Aural Warning Caution light on MAP:

Aural warning unit total failure.

10

Crew Oxy Caution light on MAP:

Oxygen pressure 375 psi or 30 minutes remaining.

11

Advanced S.W.S. Caution light on MAP:

Stall warning computer not receiving accurate flap information due to a Control or Disagreement Fault.
Shaker senses flaps 45 and Pusher senses flaps 0.

12

Oil Press Warning light on MAP:

Engine oil pressure below 40 psi.

13

Smoke Warning light on MAP:

Smoke detected in Cargo or LAV (aft lav or forward lav with a service cart)

14

SWC ICE MODE light indicates:

When the Ice condition light is illuminated and/or the boots are on the SWC will be inabled. This is an advisory message that the stall warning computer is operating at reduced angles of attack and shaker settings. Minimum 170 KIAS flaps 0.

15

Is the Fast / Slow Indicator reliable in icing conditions or to be used with a CONTROL Fault?

No.

16

GPWS P/CANCEL button below the GPWS P/TEST button does what?

The “Below G/S, G/S Inhbt” button will cancel GPWS glideslope warnings between 1900’ and 50’ agl.

17

EGPWS / CFIT Escape Maneuver:

VMC:

Correct flight path or configuration to cancel the warning or a go-around is mandatory. State "Correcting"

18

EGPWS / CFIT Escape Maneuver:

IMC Above 500' AGL:

Correct flight path or configuration to cancel the warning or a go-around is mandatory.

19

EGPWS / CFIT Escape Maneuver:

IMC Below 500' AGL and configured for landing:

Go-around is mandatory.

20

EGPWS / CFIT Escape Maneuver:

Enroute or ANY approach segment:

Correct by initiating a climb or go-around.

21

EGPWS / CFIT Escape Maneuver:

Enroute or approach segment:

"Terrain" or "Too Low Terrain":

Climb immediately until announcement is corrected.

22

After T/O the GPW Warning "Don't Sink" is active between:

65 and 700' AGL.

23

Glide Slope Warnings of the GPWS can be cancelled as high as:

May be cancelled between 1900' and 50' AGL. The only GPWS alarm that is cancellable.

24

What will illuminate the GEAR Warning light on the MAP?

Positioning the flaps beyond 17 degrees with the gear up at any altitude.

25

The takeoff warning system is activated with weight on wheels and either power lever advanced. What systems are monitored for takeoff?

• Brakes
• Trim
• Flaps
• Autofeather

26

What does an illuminated POWER OFF light on the MAP mean?

• One of the power sources is inop
• (Emer DC Bus 1 or 2)

27

What does an illuminated AURAL WARNING light on the MAP mean?

The aural warning unit has lost both channels of power.

28

What is the function of a green light in the flight deck?

• Normal advisory
• ie. ABLE light

29

What is the function of a white light?

• Operating advisory when a system is operating that does not usually operate.

i.e. ELEC PUMP white light comes on when mechanical hydraulic pump fails and electric hydraulic pump comes on.

30

What powers the MAP?

Emer DC Bus 1 and 2

31

Red Alarm Lights advise:

Advise of an emergency condition or fault requiring immediate attention.

32

Amber Alarm Lights advise:

Advise of an abnormal condition or fault requiring attention, but not immediate action.

33

Green Indication Lights advise:

Normal operating advisory of systems not usually used (ie. deicing boots).

34

White Indication Lights advise:

Operating advisory condition of system components not usually in operation, or standby systems that operate when the main system has failed (ie. electrical hydraulic pump ON lights).

35

Alarm Lights Switch

Bulb testing for all indication lights except those that have their own test lights.

36

What does the Takeoff Warning System check for?

Brakes, Trim, Flaps & Autofeather.

37

What activates the takeoff warnings?

Power lever is 62˚.
Autofeather must activate within 8 seconds between 62˚ on power levers and 62% torque or the alarm comes on.

38

What are the aural announcements with the power on self test?

o “Aural unit ok”- Both channels operational
o “Aural unit one channel”- One channel failed in flight during the power test on ground.

39

Three chime alert means what?

Master warning, accompanies all red MAP lights, except APU fire.

40

Single chime alert means what?

Master caution, accompanies all amber MAP lights.

41

While being vectored on an ILS, you hear the warning “Terrain”. What should you do?

Climb immediately.

42

What conditions cause the Ice Low Speed Alarm to activate?

Leading edge boots on or Ice Condition light on (non-cancellable).
o Flaps up
o IAS <160 KIAS

43

What is the GPWS warning that can be cancelled?

Below GS warning is only one that can be cancelled. Can be pre-cancelled as early as 1,900’.

44

What is the center position of the fast/slow indicator?

1.3 Vs (Vref)

45

If there is a STALL WARN red light on the MAP with no associated system light on the System Panel:

Turn off SYS 1 switch. If that doesn't cancel the MAP warning: Turn on System 1 and 2.
The system that eliminates the MAP light when turned off is the defective system.

46

Is the Fast / Slow Indicator reliable in icing conditions?

No

47

When will you hear "don't sink?"

Altitude loss of 10% after takeoff.