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1

Airspeed Limit Override

Activated: Airspeed hold & cruise mode is on
Limits airspeed hold for stalls
Calculated from CL
3kias below endurance
50-115 kias

2

Roll Limit Override

Automatic when cruise mode is on
Limits roll due to airspeed
- cruise mode/Limits roll to 40 degrees bank
- launch & recovery mode

3

Engine Specs

Model: 914i
HP: 101hp @ 5500rpm 35" MAP
HP: 109hp @ 5500rpm 40" MAP for 5 min
Torque: 104ft-lb
Fuel injected

4

Lost Link Timer
1.32

VIT 2
- Driven from a/c lost Uplink Yellow Background
- Estimated from GCS\ Lost Downlink\ Red Background

5

Aileron Tip Stall

Activated: Cruise mode is OFF/Stall protect is ON
Deactivated:Cruise mode is on & stall protect is off
+7 aoa =0 aileron
>=11 aoa = -8 aileron
First level of autopilot protection

6

Side Slip Protect

Manually Turned On
- Yaw SAS must be on
- Compensates for adverse yaw

7

Cruise Mode

Automatic: >95 kias
-Any hold mode on
-Stall protect on
Deactivated: MAP

8

Stall Protect

Manually Turned On
- Inhibited >90 kts
- Activated <80 kts
Limits AOA+9 aoa+7 aoa
Cruise mode is on when SP is on

9

SCM Provides Power to?
1.18.4

-Engine bay cooling fan
-Ignition test relays
-Fuel system pumps & relays
-Engine components
-Prop, tail, & flap servos

10

What does EPO do?
1.65.1

Emergency Power Off
Disconnects all AC power from GCS

11

What 3 C-band components are attached to the PCM?
1.36

- C-band Tx
- C-band Rx
- Directional antenna servo

12

PCM Uplink & Downlink
1.36

Uplink: receipt, processing, distribution, execution
Downlink: telemetry, data receipt, processing, distribution

13

How many Signals does C-Band support at one time

1 Uplink
2 Downlinks

14

How long for gear to extend or retract

-Nose: 28 Seconds
-Main: 33 Seconds

15

Normal operating voltage of a/c

28 Volt
DC Power

16

Alternators
1.17.1

-2 Alternators
-Front of the engine
-2 drive belts powered by 1 pulley

-4.8 kilowatts DC power above 3000rpm

17

DAR
1.17.2

Dual Alternator Regulator
-Located in rear avionics bay
-Primary provider of 28 volt DC Power
-Controls current back to alternators to maintain 28 volt current

18

Batteries
1.17.3

-2 batteries
-21 cells/1.2 volts per cell
-25.2 Volts total
-28 ampere hours total for both batteries
-Minimum 24 volts for t/o

19

PPDM
1.18.2

Payload Power Distribution Module
-Mounted on PCM in front avionics bay

20

Left & Right Wing Control Modules
1.18.3

-LWCM/RWCM
-Strobe Power Supply
-Pitot Tube Heaters
-Aileron Servos
-ARB Network

21

How is geographical position provided by INS
1.40.1.2

Internal Inertial Sensors
3 accelerometers & 3 rate gyroscopes arranged to sense linear accelerations & angular rates

22

When does pitot heat automatically turn on
1.51.5.1.1

OAT < 10ºc (50ºF)
RPM > 500

23

Hows does the engine air intake disc prevent icing
1.51.4.2

Disk disrupts air flow entering air intake fairing, preventing supercooled water droplets from freezing on filter

24

Advantage of GPS P-Code
1.40.4.3.2

-Ensures Max geolocation accuracy is available
-VIT67
-#0000 indicates standard coarse acquisition (CA)
-2880/4880 can appear when powering up
-8880 confirms valid P-Code fill

25

Does static port heat turn on with pitot heat?
1.51.5.1.6

Yes

26

What 2 components does PCM route downlink to during DLOS operations
1.56.3

-Transmitters
-SPMA

27

What 3 C-Band components are attached to PCM?
1.36

-Transmitters
-Receivers
-Directional Antenna Servos

28

Standard Anti-Ice System
1.51.1

-Ice Detector
-De-Icing Controller
-Heated Nose Lens
-Heated Primary & Secondary Pitot Tubes
-Heated Static Ports
-Heated Engine Cooling Air Inlet

29

SL-NS-SLMA

Enerdyne Decoder
Single Link - None Secure - Secure Link Manager Assembly

30

Primary & Secondary Sources
(Airspeed/AOA/Altitude/VSI)
1.33.5.5

-Airspeed: RWCM/LWCM
-AOA: Vane on alpha probe/None
-Altitude:Static System/GPS
-VSI:Static System/GPS

31

Landing Gear

Order: Nose/Left/Right
Nose: 28 Seconds
Main: 33 Seconds
Total: 45 Seconds

32

LMA

Link Manager Assembly

33

Launch & Recovery Mode

Used for Takeoff & Landing
Roll, Pitch, Yaw SAS & Sideslip protect is on
Manually turned on below 2000ft AGL

34

Landing Gear Legs Made of?
1.20

Composite Material

35

WCM Displayed as?

VIT 55
-L Ail CPU Temp
-R Ail CPU Temp

36

What is MFW?
Used for?
4.33

Multi-Function Workstation
Mission Support

37

How is Nose Gear Actuated
1.22

Electrical Servo Control by PCM

38

What datalink types are used by RCM?
1.41.1

-DLOS
-SATCOM

39

How does KY-100 work for
-Plain Text
-Cipher Text

-Plain Text: Analog voice bypasses digitized COMSEC & provides plain analog transmission
-Cipher Text: Unit automatically encodes & decodes secure voice

40

How Many Channels does "Have Quick" Store?
1.44.6.1

25 Preset Channels

41

Engine Cooling air inlet heated?
1.51.3.3

Oil Return Line

42

SAS

Stability Augmentation System
Limits:
Roll to +-40º
Pitch to +-25º

43

Command Datalink Rate

200kbps

44

KU-Band Equipment in GCS

LMA & Enderdyne Decoder

45

What controls main gear brakes & retract servos?
1.37

SCM

46

Where to find correct software for flight?

644/DCMA Form

47

What does elevation offset do for the GDT?
1.57.4.1

Allows a manual offset to a fixed number of degrees or automatic tracking

48

What does Azimuth offset do for the GDT?
1.57.4

Corrects GDT to True North

49

How long for INS/GPS to initialize
1.40.4.3

7-9 Minutes

50

GDT In-Flight Track
1.59.2

Uses RF Phase Shift Error created by misalignment of dish antenna that will eliminate the error

51

What does bumping gear do?
Will it clear warning?
1.21.3.2

-Drives selected gear in selected direction for 5 seconds
-Warning will NOT be cleared

52

What controls Nose Gear Retract Servo?
1.36

PCM

53

De-Icing Controller allows interface between what two components w/out "wet wings"

PCM & Ice Detector

54

Where is SCM located?
FO-1

Aft Bay

55

Required in GCS for DLOS ops

-LMA
-Enerdyne Decoder

56

Required in Aircraft for DLOS ops

-SPMA
-Enerdyne Decoder

57

What codes must be displayed for proper initialization of the INS/GPS?
1.40.4.3

20 & F7

58

What does EPO Do?
1.65.1

Emergency Power Off
Disconnects all AC power from GCS

59

SCM provides power to?
1.18.4

-Engine Bay Cooling Fan
-Ignition Test Relays
-Fuel System Pumps & Relays
-Engine Components
-Prop, Tail & Flap Servos

60

Gear is momentarily extended before retracting?
1.21.3.3.2

True
Test deploy to ensure deploy drivers & stop detect circuits are operational

61

Identify Operational Missions

-Circle Waypoints
-Magenta Inactive Mission
-Orange Primary Mission
-No Dashed Lines

62

3 Functions of the SPMA
1.62.2.3

-Receives command link, decodes & passes commands to components
-Builds Return Link
-Encodes

63

Nose camera field of view
1.53.2

30º x 23º

64

GDT Manual Elevation Equation
5.13.3

Height Above GDT/100/NM from GDT = Angle of GDT

65

RF Tray Contains
1.55.1.2

-RF Relay switches that connect the proper antenna with selected receiver/transmitter set
-Video muliplexers that allow video to be routed from source components to target components

66

Integral GPS Accuracy
1.40.2.1

1.8m Circular Error w/out P-Code
1.5m Circular Error w/ P-Code

67

Accuracy of INS/GPS
1.40.1.3

16m spherical error w/ P-Code
100m circular error w/ CA Code

68

Autopilot uses _____ ______ to maintain attitude
1.33

-Atittude Data System
-Air Data System

69

FSU Contains
1.33.3

-Vertical Gyroscope
-Yaw Rate Sensor
-Vertical Accelerometer (VSI)

70

Magnetometer
1.33.4

-Located right wing
-Provides magnetic heading info when FSU is the selected AP Sensor

71

Air Data System (ADS)
1.33.5

-Alpha Probe
-Primary & Secondary Pitot Tubes
-Static Presssure Ports
-Wing Control Module

72

FSU displayed on VIT?
1.33.3

VIT 8 as AP2 Data

73

INS/GPS displayed on which VIT?

VIT 8
VIT 66

74

What type of brakes, and how actuated

-Disk Brakes
-Actuated by electrical servos

75

INS accuracy will degrade by how much when GPS signal is lost?

360 meters per hour