Hawker 800XP Pro Line 21 P/N 140-590032-0007a1

Hawker 800XP Pro Line 21 P/N 140-590032-0007a1
Pro Line 21
Section - III
SYSTEMS DESCRIPTION
Sub-section 14
EQUIPMENT and FURNISHINGS
Table of Contents
Page
GENERAL ..................................................................................................14-3
FLIGHT COMPARTMENT .........................................................................14-3
CREW SEATS .........................................................................................14-3
Figure 1 - Crew Seat ...........................................................................14-4
3rd CREW MEMBER SEAT ....................................................................14-5
Figure 2 - 3rd Crew Member Seat .......................................................14-5
CREW CABINET AREA ..........................................................................14-5
Figure 3 - Flight Compartment ............................................................14-6
Figure 4 - Flight Compartment Main Instrument Panels......................14-7
Figure 5 - Flight Compartment Overhead Roof Panels .......................14-8
Figure 6 - Flight Compartment (looking aft).........................................14-9
Figure 7 - Flight Compartment Side Consoles ..................................14-10
Figure 8 - Flight Compartment Center Pedestal................................14-11
GALLEY ...................................................................................................14-12
Figure 9 - Typical Galley ...................................................................14-12
PASSENGER CABIN...............................................................................14-13
Figure 10 - Typical Interior Layout.....................................................14-13
SEATING ARRANGEMENTS ...............................................................14-14
Figure 11 - Passenger Right Side Console Control...........................14-14
Figure 12 - Typical 3 Seat Divan .......................................................14-14
CARGO and ACCESSORY COMPARTMENT........................................14-15
LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT................................................................14-15
MAIN RADIO/AVIONICS COMPARTMENTS .......................................14-15
Figure 13 - Cargo and Accessory Compartments .............................14-16
TOILET COMPARTMENT .......................................................................14-17
Figure 14 - Typical Toilet Compartment ............................................14-17
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Section III - SYSTEMS DESCRIPTION
GENERAL
Due to individual customer requirements, the equipment and furnishings may vary from the standard
installation. This Sub-section provides the typical installation of a flight compartment, vestibule area,
passenger cabin, galley, toilet compartment and cargo and accessory compartments.
FLIGHT COMPARTMENT
Stowages for miscellaneous flight and airplane equipment are provided in the left and right consoles
and on the flight compartment rear bulkheads. A tray is mounted in the structure below the pilot's seat
and can be swung out where it spans the area between both pilots' seats.
CREW SEATS
Seat Height Adjustment
Two crew seats, the pilot's and copilot‘s, are installed in the flight compartment and are adjustable for
height, fore and aft travel. Each seat is equipped with Teleflex inertia-reel type shoulder strap assembly
and lap belt. A life-jacket is stowed in a container mounted beneath each seat.
When the seat height adjustment handle is pulled upward, the height lock pins are disengaged from the
holes in the height lock plates. Spring tension, supplied by the two bungee cords, causes the seat to
rise.
When the adjustment handle is released, the height lock pins engage with holes in the height lock plates
to retain the seat pan in the required position.
Thigh Pad Position and Override
When the thigh support adjustment control knob is turned, two bevel gears mounted on the cross shaft
are rotated, which, in turn, rotate a threaded drive shaft under each thigh pad. The rotating drive shaft
causes crossheads to move towards or away from slide housings thereby raising or lowering the thigh
pads. The mechanisms are under constant spring tension within the slide housings and support the
thigh weight under normal conditions.
When the seat occupant uses the rudder controls of the airplane and thereby applies pressure to the
thigh pads, the spring tension is overridden and the crosshead slide tubes are pushed into the slide
housing allowing the thigh pad to move downwards. When the pressure on the thigh pad is relaxed, the
pad returns to its pre-set position.
Recline Adjustment Mechanism
When the recline control handle is pulled upward, a spring-loaded latch plate is withdrawn by a cable
from contact with a coarse threaded nut within the recline unit.
Application of pressure on the backrest rotates the threaded nut and allows the strut to be pushed into
the recline unit. The spring is compressed and the backrest reclines.
When the control handle is released, the spring-loaded latch plate re-engages with the coarse threaded
nut and the backrest is locked in the required position. If the control handle is again pulled upward, and
pressure released from the backrest, the spring, which was compressed by the recline operation, reasserts itself, causing the threaded nut to rotate in the opposite direction.
The strut pushes on the backrest, which returns to an upright position and is locked upon release of the
control handle.
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Armrests
When the control knob is turned, a screw adjuster increases or decreases the distance between the
armrest drive plate and the pivot block via a drive shaft, thereby raising or lowering the armrest. The
inboard armrest can be stowed by rotating the arm to the rear of the seat.
A slot in the barrel of the adjuster screw takes up any height adjustment and allows the armrest to align
parallel to the seat back. When fully folded, the armrest is pushed in towards the center of the seat,
reducing the seat width. The outboard armrest may be raised to an almost vertical position where it will
be held by a friction clutch until returned to the horizontal position by the occupant.
Back Cushion Lumbar Support
The seat back cushion is adjustable for up-down and in-out lumbar support. Lumbar in-out adjustment
is controlled by a handwheel on the right side of the seat. When the handwheel is rotated, the
movement is transmitted through worm and wheel gears to the cross shaft, to which two relay arms are
connected.
As the relay arms rotate, the lumbar cushion moves forward or backward in relation to the spine
structure. The up-down movement of the back cushion is controlled by a handwheel on the left side of
the seat. When rotated, the worm and wheel assembly causes rotation of a vertical shaft and a screw
at the top of this shaft causes the crossbar to be raised or lowered, moving the back cushion to the
desired position.
Figure 1
Crew Seat
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3rd CREW MEMBER SEAT
The 3rd crew member seat is an additional seat which can be attached to the inboard rails of each crew
seat. A three point inertia reel harness is anchored to the seat frame and the luggage compartment
upper shelf structure.
The seat is installed by engaging the seat slides with the crew seat rails, then locating the locking pin
holes in the seat rails and the seat slides, and then locking the pins into position.
Figure 2
3rd Crew Member Seat
CREW CABINET AREA
The crew cabinet area is located forward of the main entry door, adjacent to the APU control panel
(if installed) and provides a mic socket and volume control for a 3rd crew member. The crew cabinet
also consists of stowage areas for life vests and various pilot manuals. All stowage area doors must be
closed, to clear the flight compartment aisle, for takeoff and landing.
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ROOF
PANEL `CG`
OVERHEAD
(MAINPANEL
SECTION)
ROOF
CREW SERVICES
PANEL
OVERHEAD
ROOF ROOF
PANEL
`CG`
PANEL
(FWD
SECTION)
FWD
EXTENTION
CONTROL DISPLAY UNIT
PANEL `CT`
GLARE SHIELD
PANEL `CY`
CENTER INSTRUMENT
PANEL `CC`
F
S
L
A
N
D
I
N
G
G
E
A
R
LEFT SIDE
CONSOLE
LEFT HAND
INSTRUMENT
PANEL `CA`
CONTROL
PEDESTAL
PANEL
RIGHT SIDE
CONSOLE
RIGHT HAND
INSTRUMENT
PANEL `CD`
M5874
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Figure 3
Flight Compartment
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STANBY
HORIZON
PUSH TO INHIB STALL IDENT
1
2
FAULT
3
IDENT 1
IDENT 2
SSU
IDENT 3
INHIB
INHIB
FLAP
INHIB
PUSH TO INHIB STALL IDENT
HORIZON
WARN
STALL
VALVE A
OPEN
STALL
VALVE B
OPEN
1
MWS
DIM
FAIL
CANCEL
IDENT 1
2
FAULT
IDENT 2
3
IDENT 3
SQUAT
INHIB
INHIB
INHIB
STALL
VALVE B
OPEN
STALL
VALVE A
OPEN
BAG
FIRE
CPWS
FLAP
STANBY
HORIZON
HORIZON
WARN
OVRD
GS
INHIB
CANCEL
TERR
STANBY
HORIZON
HORIZON
WARN
INHIB
ALT
CALLS
INHIB
CANCEL
CABIN
HIGH
DATUM
CABIN
TEMP
CPWS
N GEAR
CPWS
CABIN
HIGH
DATUM
CPIT
CAB
N GEAR
L GEAR
R GEAR
L GEAR
R GEAR
APU
FIRE
REVERSER
MACH TRIM
FAIL
HP AIR 1
OVHT
REAR BAY
OVHT
HP AIR 2
OVHT
ENG 1
FIRE
CABIN
ALTITUDE
ENG 2
FIRE
OIL 1
LO PRESS
ELEV/AIL
TRIM
OIL 2
LO PRESS
HYD 1
LO PRESS
HYD OVHT
HYD 2
LO PRESS
MAIN AIR
VALVE 1
AUX HYD
LO LEVEL
MAIN AIR
VALVE 2
ENG 1
CMPTER
EMRG BRK
LO PRESS
ENG 2
CMPTER
DIM
NORM
DIM OVRD
GEAR OVRD
MFD
PFD
BRAKE
PRESSURE
AOA COMPUTER
C-87705-4
BRAKE
PRESSURE
EMERG
WHEEL
BRAKE
L
R
APR OVRD
APR ARM
APR
ARM
APR
RH TRANSFER
RADIO
L
A
N
D
I
N
G
G
E
A
R
MFD
PFD
CABIN
PRESSURE
CONTROL
CABIN ALTITUDE
DIFF PRESSURE
RATE OF CLIMB
APR ARM
ENG 1
A/ICE
ICE
PROT
ENG 2
A/ICE
ELECT
FUEL
DUCT
OVHT
ENT DOOR
UNLOCKED
APU ON
RUDDER
BIAS
ICE PROT
SELECTED
FUEL
XFD TFR
STALL
IDENT
ELT
ELT
AIR VENT
AHRS
SELCAL
1 VHF
1
2
HF
MIC SELECT
VHF1 VHF2 HF1
2
PA
1 VOR/ILS
1 DME
NORM
V
0
I
C
E TONE
2
2
1
ADF 2
HF2
MODE
PA OFF
1 MKR 2
NORM
PHONE
I/C
CABIN
EMERG
BOOM-MIC
SPKRPUSH
VOXPUSH
FLT
OXY-MIC
NORM
+ -
SLEW
LH TRANSFER
RADIO
CDU
AHS
ADC
REV
REV
REV
PFD
MFD
FAN
FAIL
REV
REV
L
R
RADIO 1
ON
RADIO 1
OFF
1
2
3
A
4
5
6
H
7
RADIO 2
ON
RADIO 2
OFF
8
9
B
C
D
E
F
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1
2
I
J
K
L
M
N
4
5
O
P
Q
R
S
0/ +/ - V
W
X
Y
Z
AUDIO CONTROL PANEL (ACP)
T
7
U
/
OAT
COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER
(CVR)
LH CONSOLE
PUSH
FUEL
TEMP
M5878_0
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Pilot Instrument Panel
CONTROL
DISPLAY
UNITS
(CDU)
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
A RUDDER BIAS B
8
3
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
6
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
9
O
P
Q
R
S
0/ +/ - V
W
X
Y
Z
T
AIR BRAKE
AIR VENT
SELCAL
1 VHF
2
1
HF
1
ADF 2
MIC SELECT
VHF1 VHF2 HF1
2
PA
1 VOR/ILS
2
HF2
PA OFF
U
1 DME
/
RH TRANSFER
SMOKE
DETECT
TEST
LH
IN
RH
IN
CAT II
ENABLE
FWD
LAV
AFT
HP
HP
DISABLE
THRUST REVERSER
L/H
ON
AUDIO
CONTROL
PANEL
(ACP)
UNLCK
ARM
REVRS
OFF
POWER
CDU
AHS
ADC
REV
REV
REV
PFD
MFD
R PFD
ENG
REV
REV
SELECT
+
1 MKR
NORM
2
AHRS
-
MODE
NORM
NORM
V
0
I
C
E TONE
PHONE
I/C
CABIN
EMERG
BOOM-MIC
SPKRPUSH
VOXPUSH
FLT
OXY-MIC
SLEW
R/H
ARM
UNLCK
OFF
REVRS
NAV/COM
CONTROL
PANEL
OFF
M5879_1
HA00B
995510AA.AI
Center Instrument Panel
2
RH CONSOLE
M5880_0
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Copilot Instrument Panel
Figure 4
Flight Compartment
Main Instrument Panels
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TEST
1
3
1
STALL
ANNUN
EMERG
ARM
ENG 1
LTS
MASTER
CABIN
ALT
R PITOT
FAIL
SELCAL
AOA
STOP
EXT BATT
CHG ON
CLOSE
OFF
BATT 2
ALTR 1
FAIL
SIDE SCRN
OVHT
ANTICE
LO PRESS
ALTR 2
FAIL
ICE
DETECTED
ANTICE
LO QTY
ENG 1
FUEL
ENG 2
FUEL
AUX FUEL
TFR
FUEL 1
LO PRESS
WING FUEL
XFD/TFR
FUEL 2
LO PRESS
AMPS
OVRD
P
GEN 2
CLOSE
DC VOLTS
AC VOLTS
VOLTS
VOLTS
PE
ENG IGNITION
2
1
ON
1
OPEN
TRIP
ENG CMPTR
2
AUTO
ENG SYNC
N1
O
F
F
OFF
OFF
CABIN
FLOOD
CABIN
FLOOR
OPEN
OPEN
OFF
OFF
L
BEACON
OFF
STBY INV
ARM
INV 2
START
NO SMKG
AUTO
XS2
STOP
F/DK VLV
OPEN
XFER
PRESSN
OVRD
OFF
ON
CLOSE
LANDING
R
1
MAIN AIR VLV
2
OPEN
CABIN TEMP
AUTO
DUCT TEMP
LP
ON
OFF
TEMP
COOL
HOT
MANUAL
AUTO
FIRE
ENG 1 EXT
1
S
H
O
T
2
OFF
PANEL
DIM
OFF
AIR CONDITIONING
T
A
X
I
OFF
CABIN
FAN
ON
B3
OFF
EXTERIOR LIGHTS
L
O
G
O
INV 1
START
STOP
B2
FUEL
NAV
B6 XS1
ELECTRICAL
TEMP
CLOSE
LOGO/ICE STROBE
XS 2
FAIL
INV 2
FAIL
N2
OVSPD PROT
ICE PROTECTION
INV 1
FAIL
XE
FAIL
STBV INV
ON
XE
B5
PS2 B4
TRIP
B1
ENG ANTICE
2
1
ON
XS 1
FAIL
OFF
EMERG
EMERG
AC POWER
AMPS
AMPS
BATT
GEN 2
FAIL
BUSTIE
CLOSE
GEN 1
CLOSE
R PUMP
ON
L PUMP
ON
ICE DET
AUTO
GEN 1
FAIL
IGN ON
A
P
BATT 1
CNCTR
BATT 2
CNCTR
BUSTIE
OPEN
REFUEL
ON
REAR BAY
DOOR
OFF
0-40
O
F
F
PITOT AMPS
L
R
OFF
DETAIL
OFF
OFF
DC POWER
PS1
OFF
S/N 258577 AND AFTER
ABORT
AMPS
PITOT/VANE HEAT
R
L
ON
A
R
M
ON
PUSH FOR OPERATING
OPERATING
WING/TAIL ANTICE
SCREEN HEAT
R
L
ON
EMERG
MAN
EXT PWR
ON
EMERG
LTS
OFF
L PITOT
FAIL
F/DK VLV
OPEN
ENG 2
OFF
R SCREEN
OVHT
R VANE
HTR FAIL
EGPWS
ISOLATE
BATT 1
BATT
EMERG
PWR ON
ON
L SCREEN
OVHT
L VANE
HTR FAIL
VMO
MMO
2
ENGINE START
ALTERNATOR
2
ON
ICE
DET
2
2
1
1
HP AIR
OVHT
ENG
FIRE
ENG 1
FIRE
ENG 2 EXT
ENG 2
FIRE
BELL CANCEL
EXT 1
FIRED
1
2
1
S
H
O
T
2
CLOSE
INSTR
DIM
CLOSE
A
SEAT
BELTS
ON
OFF
M5873_1
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EXT 2
FIRED
Figure 5
Flight Compartment
Overhead Roof Panels
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LIFE JACKET STOWAGE
SUB PANEL D
RUDDER GUST LOCK/AUXILIARY
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM HANDPUMP
HANDLE STOWAGE
HEADSET, OXYGEN &
MASK/MIC SOCKETS
SILICA GEL
VIEWING WINDOWS
SUB PANEL A
STORM
LAMP
STORM LIGHT
RADIO AND
ELECTRONIC
EQUIPMENT
TRAY
FIRE WARNING
BELL
MANUAL
STOWAGE
CRASH
AXE
FLASHLIGHT
FIRE
EXTINGUISHER
HEADSET, OXYGEN &
MASK/MIC SOCKETS
SILICA GEL
VIEWING WINDOWS
PASSENGER OXYGEN
SUPPLY VALVE
LIFE JACKET STOWAGE
WARNING HORN
SUN VISORS STOWAGE
SPOTLAMP
STORM LIGHT
&& SWITCH
SWITCH
STALL IDENT
DIAGNOSTIC PANEL
HEADSET
STOWAGE HOOK
ENTRY LIGHT
SWITCH
WANDER
WANDER
LIGHT
SOCKET
LAMP SOCKET
WANDER
WANDER
LIGHT
LAMP
SWITCH
SWITCH
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Figure 6
Flight Compartment (looking aft)
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AIR OUTLET
AIR OUTLET
AUDIO SELECTOR PANEL
AUDIO SELECTOR PANEL
NAV / COMM
CONTROLLER
CVR-120 CONTROLLER
DE-ICING FLUID
CONTENTS
OXYGEN PANEL
A
RIGHT-HAND CONSOLE
LEFT-HAND CONSOLE
MANUAL CABIN
ALTITUDE CONTROL
PRESSURIZATION CONTROL
INCREASE
GROUND
TEST
DECREASE
NORMAL
PITOT ISOLATION
ISOLATE
DEPRESS
TO OPERATE
L GEAR
NORMAL
R GEAR
A
M5900
HA00B995531AA
Figure 7
Flight Compartment Side Consoles
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THRUST
REVERSER
LEVERS
NOSE GEAR
MECHANICAL
INDICATOR
HORN ISOLATE
PUSH BUTTON
THRUST
A
U
X
AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC
SYSTEM SELECTOR
HANDLE
P
U
L
L
DUMP VALVE
LEVERS
THROTTLES
H
Y
D
S
Y
S
T
E
M
SMOKE
AIR BRAKES
FWD
PUSH
FUEL
TEMP
ON
SOCKET FOR
EMERGENCY HYDRAULIC
HAND PUMP
ELEVATOR TRIM
HAND WHEEL
WHEEL
BRAKE
OAT
ELEVATOR
TRIM
OFF
ON
OFF
A RUDDER BIAS B
1
2
ON
O
NOSE DOWN
T0
CG
1/2
35
25
15
SHUT
A
I
R
B
R
A
RUDDER TRIM
PAGE ADV
K
E
NOSE UP
FLAPS
0
LINE ADV
o
RUDDER TRIM
OPEN
15
o
25
45
EMERGENCY HYDRAULIC
HAND PUMP HANDLE
(GUST LOCK BAR)
CKLST
ON/OFF
o
o
DUMP
STOWAGE BEHIND
STOWAGE ON RH SEAT
COPILOT SEAT
SUPPORT STRUCTURE
FIRE WARNING
LIGHTS
AILERON TRIM
AILERON TRIM
FLAPS
AUXILIARY FUEL
TRANSFER CONTROL
WING FUEL
CROSSFEED AND
TRANSFER CONTROL
H.P. COCKS
L.P. COCKS GUARD
L.P. COCKS
M5851
HA00B995480AA
Figure 8
Flight Compartment Center Pedestal
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GALLEY
The galley is located on the left side of the airplane aft of the entry door and consists of liquid containers,
hot cup, decanter rack, drain dish, ice drawer, glasses drawer, cold food box, hot meal oven, waste bin
and various drawers and cupboards.
Electrical supplies are provided to the oven, hot cup, hot beverage container, drain heater and
refreshment cabinet light. The drain dish is connected to an overboard drain. A heater is attached to the
drain pipe immediately inboard of the drain exit from the fuselage. Control of the galley functions is
provided by a galley switch panel located on the upper left of the galley.
GALLEY SWITCH PANEL
GALLEY
WORK
LIGHTS
GALLEY
UP
LIGHTS
WATER
COFFEE PANEL
SWITCH
HEAT
HEAT
CUSTOM WATER
CONTAINER
MINIATURES
MINIATURES
MICROWAVE
CUP
DISPENSERS
COFFEE
BREWER
COUNTER
STORAGE
PULL OUT
WORK
SURFACE
SANDWICH
TRAY
DRAWER
UTENSILS
CONDIMENTS
MISC.
MISCELLANEOUS
STORAGE
STORAGE
ICE / COLD
STORAGE
PLATES
WASTE
WINE / SPIRITS
STORAGE
NAPKINS
BOWLS
SODA CANS
M6356_0
HA03C
014655AA.
Figure 9
Typical Galley
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PASSENGER CABIN
Figure 10
Typical Interior Layout
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SEATING ARRANGEMENTS
The seating arrangements comprise individual forward or aft facing seats with side consoles for
entertainment control and a three seat divan. Each individual seat position is provided with a lap type
safety belt.
Forward
Figure 11
Passenger Right Side Console Control
A three-seat divan comprises a base assembly with seat cushions, back cushions and a safety lap/
shoulder belt assembly at each seat position. The base assembly is attached to the floor and sidewall
seat rails. The two outer back cushions are attached to the sidewall by velcro tape while the center back
cushion can be hinged forward to double as a table. Fixed arm rests are attached at both ends of the
base assembly with a small stowage compartment being provided in the divan base.
LAP/SHOULDER BELT ASSEMBLIES
M6357_0
HA03C
014656AA.AI
Figure 12
Typical 3 Seat Divan
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Section III - SYSTEMS DESCRIPTION
CARGO and ACCESSORY COMPARTMENTS
LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT
A luggage compartment is installed in the vestibule area of all airplanes, with luggage retained within
the compartment by a zip fastened nylon net. The compartment is normally enclosed by a folding slat
type curtain.
A loading label, giving each compartments capacity and maximum floor loadings, is attached to the
interior trim panels.
MAIN RADIO/AVIONICS COMPARTMENTS
Radio racks and structure for the installation of electronic equipment are provided at various locations,
such as under each pilot seat structure, under the luggage compartment, in the wing fairing avionics
rack and in the rear avionics compartment.
Flight Compartment Seats
Access to the compartment under the pilot seat structure is via a grill guard panel. Access to the
compartment under the copilot seat is via a grill guard panel inboard of the seat structure and a panel
on the top of the seat structure.
Luggage Compartment
The radio compartment under the luggage compartment is concealed by trim panels which can be
removed for maintenance purposes.
Wing Fairing
Equipment in the wing fairing avionics rack is accessible by removing two panels on the fairing
underside.
Rear Avionics Bay
Access to rear avionics compartment is provided by two doors in the toilet compartment and one door
in the rear luggage bay forward bulkhead.
Nose Equipment Bay
The unpressurized nose equipment bay houses the nose landing gear and various avionics boxes. The
nose equipment bay can be accessed either through the nose cone (after removing the weather radar)
or through two access panels located on either side of the nose structure aft of the nose cone. A metal
splash guard protects the equipment in the bay and a shield attached over the bay forward opening
similarly protects the weather radar scanner.
Rear Equipment Bay
The rear equipment bay is unpressurized and access to the bay, via a hinged door on the underside of
the fuselage, is only possible with the airplane on the ground. Pipelines forward of the access door, are
enclosed by covers secured with quick-release fasteners. A box structure on the left-hand side of the
bay houses main hydraulic system components.
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Figure 13
Cargo and Accessory Compartments
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TOILET COMPARTMENT
The typical toilet compartment consists of a console assembly, flushing toilet with a fore and aft
positioned toilet services bulkhead. Access is provided to the rear baggage compartment and the
avionics compartment from within the toilet compartment.
The washbasin console is installed on the right side and incorporates washing facilities, provision for
toilet requisites and the filling point for the wash water tank.
The toilet service’s bulkhead forms the mounting structure for a hinged mirror (to provide access to an
avionics compartment/baggage compartment), an electric razor stowage socket and switch, an air
louver, mirror lamps and switch.
Electrical supplies to the razor socket are taken via a static inverter mounted in the avionics
compartment behind the hinged mirror. Water is pumped from a heated water tank below the wash
basin.
AIR LOUVER
Figure 14
Typical Toilet Compartment
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