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EICAS

Engine Indication & Crew Alerting System

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What does EICAS provide?

- Color logic for min/max limits
- Automatic system monitoring
- Integration of system info
- Aural alert warning messages

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What does EICAS display?

- Real-time interpretation of aircraft systems, engine instruments, & alerts

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How many EICAS displays?

2

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CAS

Crew Alerting System

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What is on ED1?

Engine indications

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DCU

Data Concentrator Unit

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RTU's

Radio Tuning Units

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Is EICAS display cooling available when the battery bus is powered & normal AC power is NOT available?

No

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How long can the EICAS displays remain on with no AC power?

5 minutes

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What runs EICAS?

The DCU's

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ARINC

Aeronautical Radio Incorporated

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Each DCU receives identical analogue or digital info via the ARINC bus from what systems?

- Aircraft systems
- AHRS
- EGPWS
- Integrated Avionics Processor System (IAPS)
- Stall protection computer
- Clocks

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Aural & visual warnings can be generated by which systems?

(TECAS)

- TCAS
- EGPWS
- CAS portion of the EICAS
- Altitude alert portion of the ADC
- Stick shaker portion of the Stall Protection System (SPS)

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Can WARNINGs be boxed?

No

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Can CAUTIONs be boxed?

Yes

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ADVISORY messages show that what kind of condition exists?

Safe

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STATUS messages show that what kind of condition exists?

Certain

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Can ADVISIRY messages be boxed?

No

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Can STATUS messages be boxed?

Yes

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Are Warning switchlights steady or flashing?
How many chimes?

Flashing
3 chimes

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Does pressing the Warning switchlight reset audio alerts & flashers?

Yes

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Are Caution switchlights steady or flashing?
How many chimes?

Flashing
1 chime

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How many types of WARNING aurals?

10

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What aural warnings will pushing the MASTER WARNING switchlight NOT silence?

- Takeoff Config. warning
- Stall Warbler
- GPWS/TCAS voice/aural alerts
- Flap clacker
- Stab trim clacker
- Overspeed clacker
- AP disconnect cavalry charge
- Gear horn

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What is the purpose of the STEP button on the EICAS control panel?

Cycle through pages in the event of a control panel malfunction

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(EICAS Color Logic) Red

Warning or Excedance

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(EICAS Color Logic) Amber

Caution or Invalid Data

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(EICAS Color Logic) Green

Normal Operations

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(EICAS Color Logic) Blue

Structure

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(EICAS Color Logic) Cyan

Labeling

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EICAS (Color Logic) Cyan 1/2 Intensity

Component Operational

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(EICAS Color Logic) Magenta 1/2 Intensity

Insufficient data to determine proper color coding

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(EICAS Color Logic) Magenta

FLX takeoff N1 setting

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(EICAS Color Logic) White

Everything not covered by other colors

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(Synoptic Page Flow Line Color) Black

No flow

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(Synoptic Page Flow Line Color) Amber

Below normal values

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(Synoptic Page Flow Line Color) Green

Normal values

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(Synoptic Page Flow Line Color) Red

Exceeds normal values

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What is the purpose of the Display Reversionary Panel?

Change MFD into and EICAS display

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The DCUs will process Inhibit logic to minimize intermittent or distracting warning or caution messages during what phases of flight?

Initial takeoff
Final takeoff
Landing

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Initial takeoff Inhibits are enabled when?

Left/Right N1 > 79%............and
Weight-on-wheels & airspeed < 100 kts

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Initial takeoff Inhibits are removed when?

Left/Right N1 < 67.6% .......or
Airplane in final takeoff phase

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Final takeoff Inhibits are enabled when?

Left/Right N1 > 79%.........and
Airspeed > 100 kts

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Final takeoff Inhibits are removed when?

Left/Right N1 < 67.6%........or
Radio altitudetransitions > 400 AGL....or
30 seconds after ground to air transition

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Landing phase Inhibits are enabled when?

Radio altitude transitions < 400 AGL........and
Landing gear down & locked

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Landing phase Inhibits are removed when?

30 seconds after air to ground transition.....or
Radio altitude transitions from < 400 to > 400 AGL

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Takeoff Config Warnings sound above what thrust setting?

Both engines N1 > 70%

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Takeoff Configuration Warnings sound because of what conditions?

(PASSFAR)
- Parking brake
- Autopilot
- Spoilers
- Stab trim
- Flaps
- Aileron trim
- Rudder trim

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MDC

Maintenance Diagnostic Computer

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FDC

Flight Data Computer

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Where is the FDR located?

Aft equipment bay

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FDR records how many previous flight hours?

25

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FDR starts recording when?

BEACON or STROBES on......or
Lack of WOW signal

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The Source Selection Panel allows?

Allows all EICAS information to be displayed on either ED1 or ED2