Flashcards in Systems Deck (50)
What type of engine does the Archer have?
A Lycoming O-360-A4M 180 hp 4-cylinder; horizontally-opposed, Air cooled, normally-aspirated, direct drive
What type of propeller does the Archer have?
A Sensenich 2 bladed, fixed-pitch, 76” diameter, metal alloy propeller
What is the Archer’s wingspan?
What is the turning radius of the Archer?
How far apart is the Archer’s landing gear?
How long is the Archer?
How tall is the Archer?
7’ 3.5” to the top of the tail
What type of alternator is found on the Archer?
A 70 amp, 28 volt alternator
What type of struts does the Archer use for its landing gear, and what is their normal extension?
Oleo (Air-Oil) struts, with a normal extension of 3.25” for the nose gear, and 4.5” for the main gear
Describe the brake system on the Archer.
The brakes are hydraulic, with a disc and caliper on each of the main wheels. The brakes are operated by either the toe brakes on the rudder pedals, or by the parking brake lever below the instrument panel. The parking and toe brakes share a common fluid reservoir, but have separate cylinders.
What voltage is the battery in the Archer?
What is the proper inflation for the tires on an Archer?
18 psi for the nose gear and 24 psi for the mains
How many static wicks are there on the Archer?
9 - 3 on each wing, 2 on the stabilator and 1 on the rudder
What type of flaps does the Archer have?
Slotted flaps, manually operated
What type of ailerons does the Archer have?
What is the maximum flight load limit for normal and utility maneuvers in the Archer?
3.8 G’s for normal maneuvers, 4.4 G’s for utility
Minimum Equipment; VFR Day:
A - Altimeter
T - Tachometer(s)
O - Oil Temperature Gauge(s) (Air-cooled)
M - Manifold Pressure Gauge(s) (Constant-speed)
A - Airspeed Indicator
T - Temperature Gauge(s) (Liquid-cooled)
O - Oil Pressure Gauge(s)
F - Fuel Quantity Indicator(s)
L - Landing Gear Position Indicator (Retractable)
A - Anticollision Lights
M - Magnetic Direction Indicator
E - ELT
S - Safety Belts/Shoulder Harnesses
Minimum Equipment; VFR Night:
VFR Day PLUS
F - Fuses (one spare set)
L - Landing Lights (if for hire)
A - Anticollision Lights
P - Position Lights
S - Source of Power
Minimum Equipment; IFR Day and Night:
VFR Day PLUS (If IFR Night) VFR Night PLUS:
G - Generator/Alternator
R - Radio
A - Artificial Horizon
B - Ball (slip/skid indicator)
C - Clock
A - Adjustable Altimeter
R - Rate of Turn Indicator
D - Directional Gyro
D - DME (if above FL240)
What is the wingspan of the Seminole?
What is the length of the Seminole?
What’s the height of the Seminole?
8’ 6” to the top of the tail
What are the landing gear dimensions on a Seminole?
10’ 6.5” wide
What is the turning radius of a Seminole?
What are the engines on a Seminole?
Left: Lycoming O-360
Right: Lycoming LO-360
4 cylinder, 180 horsepower, counter-rotating, horizontally-opposed, Air-cooled, normally aspirated, direct-drive
What are the propellers on a Seminole?
Hartzell two-bladed, 72-74” diameter, constant speed, hydraulically-actuated, full-feathering, metal alloy propellers
What is the fuel capacity for the Seminole?
110 gallons, 108 useable
What is the fuel capacity for the Archer?
50 gallons, 48 useable
What is the oil capacity for the Seminole?
1979-1980: 2-6 quarts, 4.5 minimum
2000+: 2-8 quarts, 6.5 minimum