`707 Captain` FLIGHT MANUAL Part II – Aircraft

‘707 Captain’ FLIGHT MANUAL Part II – Aircraft and Systems
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PART II – Aircraft and Systems
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ABOUT THIS MANUAL
VERSION: 04 MARCH, 2011
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PART II –AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS
CONTENTS
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SYSTEMS DESCRIPTION
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PANELS LAYOUT
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LEFT FORWARD PANEL
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L01. 10 MILE ALERT LIGHT
L02. CLOCKS
L03. AUTOPILOT DISENGAGED WARNING LIGHT
L04. AIRSPEED INDICATOR
L05. RADIO MAGNETIC INDICATOR (RMI)
L06. ANNUNCIATOR PANEL
L07. HORIZON FLIGHT DIRECTOR (HFD)
L08. MAGNETIC HEADING PICTORIAL DEVIATION INDICATOR (MHPDI)
L09. FLIGHT DIRECTOR ANNUNCIATOR LIGHTS
L11. IVSI (INSTANTANEOUS SPEED INDICATOR)
L12. PNEUMATIC BRAKE LEVER
L13. LOW RANGE RADIO ALTIMETER
L14. ELECTRIC ALTIMETER
DOPPLER NAVIGATION SYSTEM
L15. DOPPLER INDICATOR
L17. DOPPLER-INS SWITCH
O08. DOPPLER CONTROL UNIT
P01. DOPPLER NAVIGATION CONTROLLER
DIGITAL MAP
NORMAL OPERATION
L16. DME INDICATOR
L18. MARKER LIGHTS
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CENTER FORWARD PANEL
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C01.
C02.
C03,
C04.
C05.
C06.
C07.
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RIGHT FORWARD PANEL
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R12.
R14.
R17.
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GLARESHIELD PANEL
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OVERHEAD PANEL
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O01. EMERGENCY FLAP SWITCHES
O02. LIGHTS CONTROLS
O03 ANTI-SKID CONTROL PANEL
O04. HYDRAULIC POWER SYSTEM
O05. ANTI-ICE CONTROLS
ALTIMETER
ARTIFICIAL HORIZON
C08. LOW OIL PRESSURE LIGHTS
ENGINE INSTRUMENT PANEL
LANDING GEAR CONTROL PANEL
ESSENTIAL POWER FAILURE WARNING LIGHT
FLAPS INDICATORS PANEL
STANDBY ALTIMETER
TEMPERATURE INDICATORS
. RUDDER BOOST LOW PRESSURE LIGHT
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM PANEL
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O06. ENGINE START CONTROL PANEL
O07. LIGHTS CONTROL PANEL
O09, O19. ADF CONTROL PANEL
O10. COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER UNIT
O11. ANTI-ICE PANEL
O12. OXYGEN PRESSURE PANEL
O13. SEAT BELTS SWITCH
O14. EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHTS SWITCH
O15. CABIN CALL PANEL
O16. WINDSHIELD WIPERS SWITCH
O17. EXTERIOR LIGHTING PANEL
O18. CIVA-INS CONTROL PANEL
O20. LIGHTS CONTROLS
O21. PROBE HEAT PANEL
022. WINDOW HEAT PANEL
O23. PITOT STATIC HEAT PANEL
O25. STANDBY MAGNETIC COMPASS
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FORWARD AISLE STAND
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P02,P06. FLIGHT DIRECTOR CONTROLS
WEATHER RADAR - THEORY OF OPERATION
RADAR PRINCIPLES
WEATHER RADAR PRINCIPLES
RADAR BEAM ILLUMINATION
RADAR REFLECTIVITY
P03. RADAR CONTROL PANEL
P04. RADAR DISPLAY UNIT
PREFLIGHT PROCEDURES
OPERATION IN-FLIGHT - GENERAL
TILT MANAGEMENT
EARLY DETECTION OF ENROUTE WEATHER
TARGET RESOLUTION
RANGE RESOLUTION
AZIMUTH RESOLUTION
PATH PLANNING
PATH PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS
P05. CIVA-INS CONTROL PANEL
P07. TRANSPONDER CONTROL PANEL
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P08. CONTROL STAND
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AFT AISLE STAND
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FLIGHT ENGINEER UPPER PANEL
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U01.ELECTRICAL PANEL
U10. PNEUMATIC SYSTEM PANEL
U11. CABIN ALTITUDE PRESSURE SYSTEM PANEL
U12. AIR CONDITIONING PANEL
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FLIGHT ENGINEER LOWER PANEL
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W05.
W06.
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P10. VHF NAV/COMM CONTROL PANEL
AUTOPILOT PANEL
P13. AUDIO SELECTOR PANEL
AFT PEDESTAL PANEL
FUEL SYSTEM PANEL
FUEL HEATERS PANEL
HYDRAULIC PANEL
ENGINE GAUGES
DOOR ANNUNCIATOR PANEL
AIRBORNE VIBRATION MONITOR
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SECOND OFFICER’S AUXILIARY PANEL
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S01. COOLANT AIR SYSTEM PANEL
S02. AUXILIARY TEMPERATURE CONTROL PANEL
S03. FUEL DUMP PANEL
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SECOND OFFICER’S AUXILIARY 2 PANEL
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OXYGEN PRESSURE PANEL
OXYGEN PANEL
SERVICE PANEL
LIGHTS CONTROL PANEL
AUDIO SELECTOR PANEL
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FAILURES
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CUSTOMER CARE
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SYSTEMS DESCRIPTION
The ‘707 Captain’ is one of the most advanced, complete and accurate airliner expansions for MSFS.
But the ‘707 Captain’ (same as MSFS itself and any MSFS expansion) is a flight simulation software game.
Therefore this product should not be used as flight training device (FTD) and/or simulator for flight training
purposes.
All items should work as described in this manual. If something is not described as functional (therefore it
does not work or does not exist in the model) it is not a system 'bug' but a reasonable simplification.
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PANELS LAYOUT
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LEFT FORWARD PANEL
L01.10 MILE ALERT LIGHT
L02. CLOCKS
L03. AUTOPILOT DISENGAGED WARNING LIGHT
L04. AIRSPEED INDICATOR
L05. RADIO MAGNETIC INDICATOR (RMI)
L06. ANNUNCIATOR PANEL
L07. HORIZON FLIGHT DIRECTOR (HFD)
L08. MAGNETIC HEADING PICTORIAL DEVIATION INDICATOR (MHPDI)
L09. FLIGHT DIRECTOR ANNUNCIATOR LIGHTS
L11. IVSI (INSTANTANEOUS SPEED INDICATOR)
L12. PNEUMATIC BRAKE LEVER
L13. LOW RANGE RADIO ALTIMETER
L14. ELECTRIC ALTIMETER
L15. DOPPLER INDICATOR
L16. DME INDICATOR
L17. DOPPLER-INS SWITCH
L18. MARKER LIGHTS
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L01. 10 MILE ALERT LIGHT
1. 10 Mile Alert Light
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Illuminates when less then 10 miles to go on one stage.
Intermittently illuminates when stage transfer has not taken place and aircraft has completed stage
(000 miles to go).
L02. CLOCKS
1. Elapsed Time Hours Minutes Hands
2,4. Hours And Minute Hands
3. Elapsed Time Switch
5. Winding & Setting Control
6. Lower Minute Register Hand
7. Sweep Second Hand
8. Push Button
1. Elapsed Time Hours Minutes Hands
Controlled by elapsed time switch.
3. Elapsed Time Switch
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Rotating switch clockwise to 0 resets elapsed time hands to 12 o'clock position.
Rotating switch clockwise to GO starts elapsed time hands.
Rotating switch clockwise to STOP stops elapsed time hands.
6. Lower Minute Register Hand
Controlled by push button.
8. Push Button
With sweep-second hand at the 12 o'clock position:
- Pushing button once starts the second hand, pushing a second time stops the hand, pushing a third time
resets hand to 12 o'clock position.
- Minute register hand indicates elapsed time in minutes of sweep second hand.
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L03. AUTOPILOT DISENGAGED WARNING LIGHT
1. A/P Disengagement Light
A red light marked AUTOPILOT DISENGAGED is on both the Captain's and the First Officer's panel. With the
autopilot engaged, the lights will come on flashing any time either or both channels of the autopilot become
disengaged for any reason.
L04. AIRSPEED INDICATOR
1. VMO Pointer
2. Airspeed Pointer
3. Movable External Reference Marker
4. Mach Number Indicator
IAS
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Obtained from Pt and Ps.
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Solid pointer: IAS
Barber pole: indicates maximum operating speed for existing pressure altitude.
Three movable reference bugs
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True mach readout from CADS. *(Calculated Air Data System)
Black flag covers readout if below .40M.
Red striped flag covers readout when power interrupted.
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MACH (M)
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L05. RADIO MAGNETIC INDICATOR (RMI)
1. Synchronizing Annunciators
2. Synchronizing Knob
3. Compass Warning Flag
4,7. ADF/VOR Selector Knob
5,6. ADF/VOR Pointers
A radio magnetic indicator (RMI) is provided on each pilot's panel to furnish the radio and magnetic bearing
information required for navigation.
The components of each RMI consist of an azimuth card, a lubber line, two ADF/VOR pointers (No. 1 and No.
2), two ADF/VOR switches (No. 1 and No. 2), a synchronizing knob, a synchronizing annunciator and a
compass warning flag.
The compass card rotates in a manner such that the heading of the airplane will always be read under a
fixed reference index (lubber line) at the top of the instrument. Also, fixed indices are provided at 45°, 90°,
135°, 180°, 225°, 270° and 315°.
The rotating compass card, or azimuth card, is graduated form 0 to 360 degrees clockwise in two degree
increments.
The card is driven by a motor which receives signals from the directional gyro.
2. SYNC Knob
Rotates azimuth card for synchronization with flux valve.
3. Compass Warning Flag
A compass warning flag on the lower right-hand corner of the RMI is marked OFF.
The warning flag will appear with loss of electrical power to the compass system.
5,6. ADF/VOR Pointers
Pointers indicate ADF and VOR bearing as selected by the ADF/VOR knobs at the bottom of the instrument.
A narrow pointer marked with a dashed line displays bearings from VOR No. 1 or ADF No. 1 as selected by
the switch in the lower left corner of the instrument.
A wide pointer marked with two parallel solid lines displays bearings from VOR No. 2 (or ADF No. 2 if
installed) as selected by the switch in the lower right corner.
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L06. ANNUNCIATOR PANEL
1. VOR/LOC Annunciator
2. Glide Slope Annunciator
3. GPWS PULL UP / Push-To-Test LIGHT (Red)
4. Warning Lights
1. VOR/LOC Annunciator
P-DIM
AMBER
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GREEN
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Press dims V/L, G/S and MDA lights.
System armed in VOR, LOC, GS AUTO or GS MAN modes prior to intercept of VOR radial or
localizer beam.
Radial or localizer captured.
Capture of localizer in GS MAN mode also forces capture of glide slope.
2. Glide Slope Annunciator
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GREEN
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System armed in GS AUTO mode prior to intercept of glide slope.
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System armed in GS MAN mode prior to intercept of localizer beam.
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Glide slope captured.
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L07. HORIZON FLIGHT DIRECTOR (HFD)
1. Gyro (G) Warning Flag
2. Bank Angle Scale
3. Roll Index
4. Pitch Scale
5. Computer (FD) Warning Flag
6. Altimeter Bar
7. Rate of Turn (RT) Warning Flag
8. Pitch Command Bar
9. Attitude Sphere
10. Turn and Slip Indicator
11. Expanded Localizer
12. Test Button (Momentary)
13. Horizon Line
14. Fixed Symbolic Airplane.
15. Roll Command Bar
1. Gyro (G) Warning Flag
Appears if:
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Power loss to, or not developed in gyro.
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Power output of pitch or roll amplifiers is not proper.
2. Bank Angle Scale
Calibrations at 10, 20, 30, and 60 degrees in either direction.
3. Roll Index
Represents vertical plane of VG.
4. Pitch Scale
Calibrated in degrees 2, 4, etc., where 2 indicates 20 degrees pitch up or down.
As pitch increases, markings are longer to maintain horizon reference.
5. Computer (FD) Warning Flag
Appears if power is lost to:
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Flight director computer, or
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VG providing attitude information to flight director computer.
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6. Altimeter Bar
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Driven by radio altimeter.
Appears from behind expanded localizer scale at 200 ft on radio altimeter to display rate in
closure with terrain or runway.
Moves upward to touch bottom of fixed symbolic airplane at zero altitude.
7. Rate of Turn (RT) Warning Flag
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Appears when signal is not available to rate of turn needle.
No transfer capability available.
8. Pitch Command Bar
Positioned by commands from selected flight director computer, pitch command set knob, or glideslope
receiver.
9. Attitude Sphere
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Displays airplane attitude.
Positioned by pitch or roll amplifiers with signals from vertical gyro.
10. Turn and Slip Indicator
Turn indicator is operated by signals from a rate gyro in the Lower 41.
11. Expanded Localizer
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Pip is positioned by localizer displacement error when tuned to ILS frequency.
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Limit marks on each side of scale represent ¼ dot displacement of PDI or MHPDI course deviation
bar, which at runway threshold places the airplane within 50 ft of runway centerline.
12. Test Button (Momentary)
When pressed:
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Provides integrity check of attitude sphere, related amplifiers, and respective circuits.
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Attitude sphere should indicate 10 degrees pitch up and about a 20-degree right roll.
13. Horizon Line
White line represents horizontal plane of VG and earth's horizon.
15. Roll Command Bar
Positioned by steering commands from flight director computer.
Note:
Flight director is connected with the autopilot.
Do not engage the autopilot if you need to use F/D only.
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L08. MAGNETIC HEADING PICTORIAL DEVIATION INDICATOR (MHPDI)
1. Course Counter
2. Course Cursor
3. Azimuth Card and Lubber Line
4. MHPDI OFF Flag
5. Heading Cursor(Bug)
6. DME Indicator
7. Glide Slope Deviation Bar and
8. Glide Slope Warning Flag
9. Navigation Warning Flag
10. Course Deviation Bar
11. Course Selector
12. Course Deviation Scale
13. Fixed Airplane Reference
14. TO\FROM Indicator
15. Heading Selector
1. Course Counter
Indicates selected VOR/LOC course
2. Course Cursor
“T” Symbol
- Points to selected course
- Once set, moves with azimuth card
3. Azimuth Card and Lubber Line
Repeater from adjacent RMI, cards should always agree.
4. MHPDI OFF Flag
Indicates heading failure.
- Compass system power fails
- Backplane drive
- course selector out.
5. Heading Cursor (Bug)
Double Bar
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Provides heading reference for flight directors and autopilot (captain’s)
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Once set, moves with azimuth card.
6. DME Indicator
Shows readout from respective NAV receiver (not transferable). When unusable, covered by a warning flag.
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Note:
For user convenience in MSFS on Left Forward Panel shows DME1, on Right Forward Panel shows DME2.
7. Glide Slope Deviation Bar and Glideslope Scale
(green on some airplanes)
- Indicates glideslope deviation with ILS facility selected.
- Out of view with VOR frequency selected.
- Centers with loss of ILS signal.
Glideslope Scale 1 dot equals ¼ degree.
8. Glide Slope Warning Flag
Covers glideslope scale if glideslope signal is invalid.
9. Navigation Warning Flag
Indicates loss of VOR/LOC power or signal
10. Course Deviation Bar
Indicates course deviation.
Centers with loss of radio signal.
11. Course Selector
- Positions packplate.
- Sets course counter.
- Positions course cursor about inner edge of azimuth card.
1 dot equals ¼ degree
12. Course Deviation Scale
Reference for measuring displacement from selected course (course bar). One dot deviation of course bar
represents approximately 1 dot equals 5 degrees in VOR, 1 ¼ degrees in LOC.
13. Symbolic Airplane
Fixed Airplane Reference
14. TO\FROM Indicator
To-From Arrow
Points toward a line through the VOR station perpendicular to selected course.
15. Heading Selector
Heading Selector
Positions heading cursor about azimuth card.
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L09. FLIGHT DIRECTOR ANNUNCIATOR LIGHTS
1,2. The V/L and GS Lights
Located on each pilot's instrument panel on MHPDI airplanes. Each light can illuminate either amber or
green.
V/L light with NAV AUTO selected:
−Amber when flight director computer is commanding capture of the selected course.
−Green when flight director computer senses that the desired course has been captured (within 2 LOC dots).
G/S light, with LOC frequency selected:
−Off prior to localizer capture.
−Amber when flight director computer captures localizer.
−Green when flight director computer senses that the glideslope has been captured (within ¼ GS dot).
1,2. The V/L and GS Lights
Indicate status of VOR/LOC and glideslope mode, when
OFF: neither mode is armed.
AMBER: respective mode is armed.
GREEN: respective mode is in a capture or tracking status.
L11. IVSI (INSTANTANEOUS SPEED INDICATOR)
1. Vertical Speed Pointer
Two vertical speed indicators are used on the airplane, one located on the Captain's panel and the other on
the First Officer's instrument panel.
Each indicator operates from the airplane static pressure system and provides instantaneous display of
airplane vertical speed in the range of 0 to 6,000 feet per minute, up or down.
These instruments differ from a conventional vertical speed instrument by the addition of two
accelerometers which generate pressure differences whenever there is a change in the normal acceleration
of the airplane.
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L12. PNEUMATIC BRAKE LEVER
1. Pneumatic Brake Lever
The lever has an OFF position and a range marked INCREASE.
In the OFF position, gas pressure is isolated from the transfer tube and the pneumatic brake line is vented to
ambient pressure. When the lever is in the INCREASE range, metered pneumatic pressure, depending on
the position of the pneumatic brake lever, reaches the transfer tube and applies all main gear brakes
simultaneously.
L13. LOW RANGE RADIO ALTIMETER
1. Decision Height Light
3. Decision Height Bug
4. Pointer
5. Warning flag
6. Push-to-Test Button
7. Decision Height Set Knob
8. Pointer Mask
A low range radio altimeter is provided on each of the pilot's panels. The low range altimeter displays height
above terrain with an altitude pointer moving over a circular scale. The range of the altimeter is from 0 feet
to 2,500 feet.
1. Decision Height Light
Illuminates at and below decision height bug setting.
3. Decision Height Bug
This cursor can be moved about the periphery of the altimeter with the DH selector, thus selecting the
altitude at which a decision height light will illuminate.
4. Pointer
Indicates height AGL
5. Warning flag
When the altimeter is operating properly, the flag is retracted.
Appears when:
- power is off
- radio signal is invalid
- radio altimeter is tested.
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- test switch is actuated.
6. Push-to-Test Button
Operating the test switch will cause the altimeter to indicate 250 +-10 feet and the warning flag to appear.
7. Decision Height Set Knob
Positions bug to selected DH.
8. Pointer Mask
Covers pointer when above 2500 ft.
L14. ELECTRIC ALTIMETER
The pilot's altimeters are electrically operated. The Captain operates from the #1 air data computer and
furnishes the air data computer with barometer corrections. These corrections are applied to the altitude
signals sent from the air data computer to the altitude alerting system. The First Officer's altimeter operates
from the air data sensor. This altimeter is the secondary altitude source for the АТС transponder.
On some aircraft, a servo /pneumatic altimeter on the Captain's panel is normally driven by the Air Data
System and provides corrected altitude signals to the altitude alert system. The altimeter reverts to
pneumatic operation in the event of power or air data failure. A pneumatic altimeter is provided on the F/O's
panel which operates from the F/O's static system.
An altitude alerting system gives audible and visual indication of approaching an altitude (acquisition) or
departing from an altitude (deviation). In the acquisition mode, an aural signal tone will sound momentarily
and the alert lights will come on when passing through a point approximately 900 feet above or below the
selected altitude. The light will remain on until approximately 300 feet from the selected altitude. In the
deviation mode when departing the selected altitude the aural signal will sound momentarily and the alert
lights will come on at approximately 300 feet above or below the selected altitude. The alert light will remain
on until reset by pressing the alert light. A failure flag will appear in the alert indicator if a failure occurs in
the Captain's altimeter or the alert indicator.
The altitude alerting system may be tested by turning the altitude selector toward the airplane altitude and
then up through more than 900 feet above the airplane altitude. The aural signal sounds momentarily and
the alert light illuminates when the indicator reads 300 feet from the airplane altitude and remains
extinguished until 300 feet from the airplane altitude. When indicator altitude exceeds airplane altitude by
300 feet, the aural signal sounds momentarily and the alert lights illuminate.
1. Failure Warning Flag
2. Reference Altitude Bug
3. 100 Foot Pointer
4. Altitude Numerical Counter
5,6. Altimeter Setting Windows
7. Barometric Setting Control
8. Reference Altitude Bug Selector
1. Failure Warning Flag
In view indicating loss of signals, power or altitude error.
3. 100 Foot Pointer
Displays altitude in 100 foot increments. One full rotation of pointer equals 1000 feet.
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4. Altitude Numerical Counter
Displays altitude in thousands and hundreds of feet.
5,6. Altimeter Setting Windows
Can be set in Millibars or inches/Hg.
7. Barometric Setting Control
Rotation of the control adjusts the barometric setting on the inches of mercury (in hg) indicator.
8. Reference Altitude Bug Selector
Turn clockwise for higher reference altitude.
DOPPLER NAVIGATION SYSTEM
The doppler system is a radar type navigation aid. The system measures frequency changes in reflected
micro wave radiation (known as doppler effect) to provide:
— ground speed
— drift angle.
Aircraft heading is combined with ground speed and drift angle to compute miles-to-go along track to a
selected check point.
— miles left or right of a selected track.
DOPPLER SENSOR
Each sensor has a transmitter/receiver, frequency tracker, indicator and control unit and shares an antenna
assembly common to both systems. Each sensor functions to:
— determine and display ground speed and drift angle.
— provide ground speed and track information to its navigation computer.
Transmitter energy is beamed sequentially in four directions downwards by a switching assembly. The four
element antenna array is common to doppler systems.
The receiver portion of the transmitter/receiver accepts the reflected energy from each beam and passes it
to the tracker. The receivers of doppler system can be operated simultaneously and normally are.
Magnetic heading information from either compass system is fed through a compass selector switch to
doppler system trackers. Each tracker:
— measures the average frequency shift from the return signals of the four beams and computes
ground speed and drift angle, which is displayed on the indicator.
— computes actual magnetic track from magnetic heading and drift angle and transmits this and
ground speed to the navigation computer.
— monitors return signals.
NAVIGATION COMPUTER
The navigation computer uses track and ground speed information from the tracker to compute the aircraft's
progress relative to a geographic position. Progress is displayed as miles-to-go and miles left or right of
track on the control panel. Two positions, labeled A and В may be selected. Shifting from one position to
another can be done automatically when miles-to-go reaches zero or may be done manually at any time.
DNS may be selected to provide heading commands to the autopilot NAV mode. With the autopilot engaged
in the NAV mode, the selected doppler track will be intercepted and maintained.
Doppler navigation procedures are to be followed on all route segments over land or water when doppler
navigation is required.
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L15. DOPPLER INDICATOR
1. Drift Angle
2. Indicator Flag
3. GS Knots Window
4. Course Offset Scale
5. Course Offset Pointer
6. Course Offset Flag
1. Drift Angle
Pointer gives difference between airplane’s magnetic heading and magnetic track.
2. Indicator Flag
Flag appears when
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sensor system in memory operation and/or
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ground speed is less than 90 kt.
3. GS Knots Window
Displays ground speed in knots.
4. Course Offset Scale
One dot deviation equals 2 miles.
5. Course Offset Pointer
Indicates aircraft deviation from selected course.
6. Course Offset Flag
Appears when:
−Nav controller is OFF/STBY
−Nav Computer power fails.
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L17. DOPPLER-INS SWITCH
1. Doppler-INS Switch
2. Doppler-INS Switch Cover
DOPPLER
- Autopilot in NAV mode tracks Doppler Navigation System
- Heading Bug on Captain's HSI controlled by HSI Heading Selector
INS
Inop if Delco Carousel IV-A INS is not installed.
If installed:
- Autopilot in NAV mode tracks CIVA INS
- Heading Bug on Captain's HSI controlled by CIVA INS
If you have CIVA INS installed you should use CIVA INS panel.cfg file:
1. Backup (rename) original panel.cfg file in ...\SimObjects\Airplanes\CS_B707-300\panel\ folder.
2. Rename civa_panel.cfg file to panel.cfg file.
If you decide to uninstall CIVA INS you should restore original panel.cfg file.
For details on CIVA INS ops see its manual and video tutorial.
O08. DOPPLER CONTROL UNIT
1. Function Selector Switch
2. Slew Switch
3. Alarm Light
4. Sea/Land Switch
1. Function Selector Switch
Applies power and test signal to doppler system
OFF: System inoperative
REC ONLY: receiver inoperative, transmitter off.
ON: receiver and transmitter operative.
TEST: pulled-out position of switch in which transmitter inoperative. Introduces test signal which should give
following indicator readouts:
- Drift angle of -20°±0.5°L
- Ground speeds of -608±3 (SEA) and -600±3 (LAND)
3. Alarm Light
Lights when signal output from receiver to tracker is below minimum acceptable strength or after mechanical
or electrical failure of sensor (sensor is out). Groundspeed and drift angle are frozen at existing value.
4. Sea/Land Switch
Adjusts groundspeed computation for reflected signal differences over land and water. Adds 8 kt to
computed groundspeed in SEA position.
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P01. DOPPLER NAVIGATION CONTROLLER
1. NAV Controller
2,3. Offset Miles Indicators
4. Offset Miles Control
5,7. Miles To Go Indicator
6,8. Mileage Set Knobs
9. Stage Selector
10,12. Selected Course Indicator
11,13. Course Selector
1. NAV Controller
OFF – computer is off.
STBY – Computer is powered but not operating.
MAN – computer operates, indicating offset miles and miles-to-go but will not shift legs.
AUTO – Same as MAN but will shift between A and B when distance to go reaches zero.
2,3. Offset Miles Indicators
- Displays distance aircraft is offset from selected track on active stage.
- RIGHT 00 is the on course indication.
6,8. Mileage Set Knobs
(gradual adjustment speed)
- Use to set desired stage mileage.
- May be reset at any time without disrupting computer operation.
9. Stage Selector
Automatically or manually selects route stage for use.
11,13. Course Selector
(gradual adjustment speed)
Selects desired course. Selected course is compared with actual track and ground speed when in MAN or
AUTO.
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DIGITAL MAP
The digital map is not a part of the Doppler navigation system, but provided to facilitate operation of the
Doppler Navigation System in FSX environment. The map simulates pictorial rendition of the old times paper
nav maps route calculations and position updates realtime.
NORMAL OPERATION
DOPPLER NAVIGATION SYSTEM Check
On DOPPLER CONTROL UNIT (O08) switch Function Selector to TEST position. It introduces test signal which
should give following indicator readouts:
- Drift angle of -20°±0.5°L
- Ground speeds of -608±3 (SEA) and -600±3 (LAND)
System setup
On DOPPLER CONTROL UNIT (O08)
1. Switch Function Selector to ON position.
2. Switch LAND/SEA switch: as required.
3. Make sure Alarm Light is out.
On DOPPLER NAVIGATION CONTROLLER (P01)
1. Set Nav Controller (1) to STBY.
2. Set Stage Selector (9) in the middle position.
3. Set distance and course for legs A and/or B using Mileage Set Knobs (6,8) and Course Selector (11,13)
4. Set Nav Controller to MAN or AUTO position.
5. To activate the route/leg set Stage Selector to A or B position. Route will be drawn on the digital map.
Note:
All legs are always calculated, drawn and initiated from the current
aircraft position (point 1) at the moment when Stage Selector is turned
from the middle to A or B position.
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7. Drift Angle and Ground Speed will be shown on the Doppler Indicator.
8. Put Autopilot Mode Selector to NAV position - aircraft will follow the route.
MAN Mode
MAN mode is for one-leg route operations only.
Either leg A or B can be selected first.
If leg A is selected, DNS will calculate the leg A as
active going to point 2. Standby leg (B) can be
corrected any at time. Stage Selector can be turned
to B position at any moment to activate the leg B.
If leg B is selected, DNS will calculate the leg B as
active going to point 3. Standby leg (A) can be
corrected any at time. Stage Selector can be turned
to A position at any moment to activate the leg A.
AUTO Mode
AUTO mode is for two and more legs route
operations providing automatic activation of the next
leg.
This is how the same route setup will work in AUTO
mode.
If leg A is selected, DNS will calculate the leg A as
acive going to point 2.
When the distance to go to the point 2 equals to
aircraft turn radius to the leg B, Stage Selector
automatically turns to B position activating the leg B.
Notes:
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Standby leg (B) can be corrected any at time before its automatic
activation at the point 2.
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If Stage Selector is turned to middle position, current route remains
active until position A or B are selected.
If your rout consists of more than two legs:
As soon as the first leg becomes inactive upon automatic activation of the next leg, you can setup the first
leg to the next waypoint (point 4,5...).
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Route Corrections
Only standby (inactive) leg can be corrected. Use corresponding controls (Course Selector and Mileage Set
Knob) to correct the leg.
If you need to correct an active leg:
Set Stage Selector the middle position. Active leg will be permanently cleared.
Correct the leg usig corresponding controls (Course Selector and Mileage Set Knob).
Set Stage Selector A or B position to activate the leg.
L16. DME INDICATOR
1. DME Indicator
2. Inop Flag (Black)
Provides slant range in nautical miles to station tuned.
1. DME Indicator
For user convenience in MSFS on Left Forward Panel shows DME2, on Right Forward Panel shows DME1.
2. Inop Flag (Black)
Appears when power or locked signal not present.
L18. MARKER LIGHTS
1. Airways Light (Clear)
2. Middle Marker Light (Amber)
3. Outer Marker Light (Blue)
1. Airways Light (Clear)
Illuminates steady when over airways beacon or flashing when over airway fan marker beacon (3000 Hz
signal)
2. Middle Marker Light (Amber)
Illuminates flashing when over ILS middle marker beacon (1300 Hz signal)
3. Outer Marker Light (Blue)
Illuminates flashing when over ILS outer marker beacon (400 Hz signal)
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CENTER FORWARD PANEL
C01.
С02.
C03,
C04.
C05.
C06.
C07.
ALTIMETER
ARTIFICIAL HORIZON
C08. LOW OIL PRESSURE LIGHTS
ENGINE INSTRUMENT PANEL
LANDING GEAR CONTROL PANEL
ESSENTIAL POWER FAILURE WARNING LIGHT
FLAPS INDICATORS PANEL
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C01. ALTIMETER
1. 1000-Feet Pointer
2. 100-Feet Pointer
3. Altitude Indicator
4. Barometric Setting Control
5. Kohlsman Window
6. Runway Height
The altimeter is a sensitive barometer that measures air pressure. It is calibrated to display that air pressure
as height, usually in feet above mean sea level (MSL).
The altimeter is connected to the static ports. The air pressure inside the instrument case decreases as the
airplane climbs and increases at its descends. As the pressure in the case drops, sealed wafers in the
instrument case expand. Increasing pressure squeezes the wafers. As the wafers expand and contract,
needles connected to them rotate around the altimeter dial like hands on a watch.
1. 1000-Feet Pointer
The short handle points to thousands of feel.
2. 100-Feet Pointer
The long needle shows hundreds of feet.
3. Altitude Indicator
A wedge-shaped striped indicator appears whenever the current altitude is less than 10000 feet (3048
meters).
For example, if the long needle is on 5 and the short needle is between the 2 and 3, you are at 2500 feet
(762 meters) MSL. If the striped indicator is not visible, the same needle orientation shows that you are
12500 feet (3810) meters MSL.
4. Barometric Setting Control
To display altitude accurately, the altimeter must be set to the current barometric pressure adjusted to sealevel pressure.
5. Kohlsman Window
This setting appears in the Kohlsman window - the scale between the 2 and 3 on the dial. Before takeoff, the
pilot turns a setting knob to set the correct pressure. When properly set, the altimeter indicates the airport
elevation – not zero – before the airplane takes off.
6. Runway Height
This pointer will indicate the runway elevation in feet above mean sea level (MSL) when pointers 1 and 2 are
set to zero.
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C02 ARTIFICIAL HORIZON
1. Bank Indicator
2. Symbolic Airplane
3. Pitch Trim and Gyro Caging Control
4. Horizon Bar
5. Bank Scale
The artificial horizon is powered by the vacuum system. Its horizon bar gives adive, climb and angle of bank
indication.
1. Bank Indicator
Moves along a scale with marks of bank.
2. Symbolic Airplane
Shows the aircraft's pitch attitude in degrees above or below the horizon.
3. Pitch Trim and Gyro Caging Control
A knob at the bottom of the instrument dial permits adjustment of the instrument to any fore-and-aft
attitude of the airplane within limits of plus or minus 7°.
C03, C08. LOW OIL PRESSURE LIGHTS
1-4. Low Oil Pressure Lights
4 amber generator drive low pressure lights are located on the Second Officer's panel.
Oil pressure, supplied by pumps in each drive.
−Come on when oil pressure is below 32 psi.
−Goes out when oil pressure is above 36 psi.
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C04. ENGINE INSTRUMENT PANEL
1-4. Thrust Reverser Operating Lights
5-8. Engine Pressure Ratio Indicator Pointer
13-16. N1 Tachometers
17-20. Engine Exhaust Gas Temperature
Indicators
21-24. N2 Tachometers
25-28. Engine Flowmeter Indicators
1-4. Thrust Reverser Operating Lights (Amber)
Comes on when either reverser on respective engine is not locked in the forward thrust position.
Engine Pressure Ratio Indicators
Indicates the ratio of exhaust gas pressure (Pt7) to inlet air pressure (Pt2). EPR=Pt7/Pt2 and is a parameter
of the thrust developed by the engine.
The indicator is used as a primary thrust setting instrument since EPR is directly proportional to thrust.
13-16. N1 Tachometers
−Indicates low-pressure compressor rpm, larger dial shows 2% increments, smaller dial shows 1%
increments.
−Powered by a tachometer generator which is driven by the N1 shaft.
GREEN BAND – Normal operating range.
RED RADIAL – Maximum operating RPM
VERNIER DIAL – Fine reading.
17-20. Engine Exhaust Gas Temperature Indicators
−Indicates turbine exhaust gas temperature in hundreds of degrees centigrade.
−EGT indicator system is self-powered.
GREEN BAND – Normal operating range.
YELLOW BAND – Approaching overtemperature.
RED RADIAL – Maximum temperature for takeoff/acceleration.
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21-24. N2 Tachometers
−Indicates high-pressure compressor rpm, larger dial shows 2% increments, smaller dial shows 1%
increments.
−Powered by a tachometer generator which is driven by the engine accessory gear box.
GREEN BAND – Normal operating range.
RED RADIAL – Maximum operating RPM
25-28. Engine Flowmeter Indicators
−Bug shows fuel flow to respective engine in pounds per hour X 1000.
−Digital counter shows total pounds consumed.
−Requires ac power from the respective numbered bus for operation.
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C05. LANDING GEAR CONTROL PANEL
1. Door Open Light
2. Gear Unsafe Light
3-5. Down and Locked Lights
6. Bright/Dim Switch
7. Gear Handle
8. Override Trigger
9. Lever Latch
1. Door Open Light
When this red light is on, a gear door is not closed.
2. Gear Unsafe Light
This red
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light comes on if any gear is:
not locked,
not up, with the handle up,
not down, with the handle down,
not down, with a throttle retarded. The light can be extinguished in this case by pulling the horn
cutout lever.
flaps at 40 or 50 position with gear up.
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3-5. Down and Locked Lights
When its green light is on, the respective gear is down and locked.
Note
In addition, viewing ports permit visual confirmation of the gear position. Wheel well
lights, controlled by a switch on the overhead panel, illuminate lock alignment marks
on each gear.
7. Gear Handle
UP: Ports hydraulic pressure to the gear doors, gear up lines and auto braking.
OFF: Ports both the up and down lines to return. Gear locked mechanically.
DOWN: Ports hydraulic pressure to the gear doors, gear down lines and, with nose gear down, nose wheel
steering.
8. Override Trigger
Pulling the trigger overrides the lever latch.
9. Lever Latch (On gear handle behind panel)
Prevents raising gear handle up if any of the following exists:
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Airplane is on the ground or oleo strut is not extended in flight.
Main-gear trucks are not level.
Nose wheels are not centered (some airplanes only)
No electrical power to lever latch solenoid.
C06. ESSENTIAL POWER FAILURE WARNING LIGHT
1. Essential Power Failure Warning Light
(can be reset)
Flashing red – Loss of essential power (essential ac bus)
OFF – Essential power being supplied
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C07. FLAPS INDICATORS PANEL
1.2. Flap Position Indicators
3.4. Leading Edge Flap Lights
1,2. Flap Position Indicators
Two dual flap position indicators on the pilots' center panel are marked OUTBD and INBD respectively.
Two needles in each indicator marked L and R indicate corresponding flap positions. White bands indicate
maximum allowable needle deviation at each flap position.
Show position of trailing edge flaps
3,4. Leading Edge Flap Lights
ON: Indicate all respective edge flaps are extended
MAXIMUM SPEED – 223 KIAS.
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RIGHT FORWARD PANEL
R01.
R02.
R03.
R04.
R05.
R06.
R07.
R08.
R09.
R10.
R11.
R12.
R13.
R14.
R15.
R16.
R17.
R18.
10 MILE ALERT LIGHT
CLOCKS
AUTOPILOT DISENGAGED WARNING LIGHT
AIRSPEED INDICATOR
RADIO MAGNETIC INDICATOR (RMI)
ANNUNCIATOR PANEL
HORIZON FLIGHT DIRECTOR (HFD)
MAGNETIC HEADING PICTORIAL DEVIATION INDICATOR (MHPDI)
FLIGHT DIRECTOR ANNUNCIATOR LIGHTS
STANDBY ALTIMETER
IVSI (INSTANTANEOUS SPEED INDICATOR)
TEMPERATURE INDICATORS
LOW RANGE RADIO ALTIMETER
RUDDER BOOST LOW PRESSURE LIGHT
DOPPLER INDICATOR
DME INDICATOR
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM PANEL
MARKER LIGHTS
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R10. STANDBY ALTIMETER
An absolute-pressure measuring altimeter is provided as a standby altimeter.
The indicator has a range of -1,000 to 50,000 feet, indicated by a drum and pointer.
1. Digital Display
2. 100-Foot Pointer
3. Barometric Setting Control
4,5. Altimeter Setting Windows
1. Digital Display
Shows altitude in increments of 100 ft.
2. 100-Foot Pointer
Displays attitude in 100 foot Increment (smallest division equals 20 feet). One full rotation of pointer equals
1000 feet.
3. Barometric Setting Control
Rotation of the control adjusts the barometric setting on the inches of mercury (in HG) indicator.
4,5. Altimeter Setting Windows
Can be set in millibars or inches/Hg.
R12. TEMPERATURE INDICATORS
1. RAT Indicator
2 .OFF Flag
3. SAT Indicator
4. OFF Flag
1. RAT Indicator
Senses true RAT directly.
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2. OFF Flag
Appears if power interrupted.
3. SAT Indicator
True SAT obtained from captain's CADS.
4. OFF Flag
Covers readout if power of CADS fails.
R14. RUDDER BOOST LOW PRESSURE LIGHT
1. Rudder Boost Low Pressure Light
Deactivated above 250 kt.
ON: below 250 kt, indicates insufficient rudder boost pressure.
R17. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM PANEL
1,2. Engine Pumps Low Pressure Lights
3,4. AC Auxiliary Pump Low Pressure Lights
5,7. Engine Pump Switches
6. Utility Hydraulic System Pressure
8. Hydraulic Brake Pressure Gage
9,10. AC Auxiliary Pump Switches
11. Rudder Hydraulic Pressure Gage
12. Interconnect Valve Switch
1,2. Engine Pumps Low Pressure Lights
OUT: Pressure normal.
ON: Pressure below limits.
−Light is deactivated when respective fire handle is pulled.
−Powered from HYD PRESS & DOOR WARN LT CB on P5, TR bus No. 3.
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3,4. AC Auxiliary Pump Low Pressure Lights
OUT: Pressure normal.
ON: Pressure below limits.
Each light is powered from the other aux pump control CB.
5,7. Engine Pump Switches
When positioned to
ON: Allows pump to develop pressure.
OFF: Shuts off pump's output, but pump still rotates. If electric power fails, pump is reactivated.
Both switches are powered from a PUMP VALVES CB on P5, TR bus No. 2.
6. Utility Hydraulic System Pressure
Displays hydraulic system pressure. Powered from HYD PRESS CB on P7.
8. Hydraulic Brake Pressure Gage
This indicator indicates pressure on the air side of the brake accumulator. The indicator will display
precharge pressure when the brake hydraulic system is depressurized and will display zero, if the precharge
pressure is lost.
When the brake system hydraulic pressure exceeds precharge pressure, the indicator will display brake
system hydraulic pressure.
9,10. AC Auxiliary Pump Switches
When positioned to
ON: Activates pump motor.
OFF: Shuts off pump motor.
Switch No.1 is powered from an AUX PUMP CONT No. 1 CB on P5, TR bus No. 4, the No.2 switch from an
AUX HYD PUMP CONT-2 CB on P5, TR bus No.3.
11. Rudder Hydraulic Pressure Gage
−Displays rudder hydraulic fluid pressure.
−If airspeed is below 250 kt, indication also represents auxiliary hydraulic pressure.
−Powered from a RUDDER BOOST & AIR BOTTLE on CB on P7.
12. Interconnect Valve Switch
When positioned to
AUX 1 & 2 BRAKE: No.1 and No.2 auxiliary pumps can pressurize the brake system.
OFF: Auxiliary system is isolated from utility system.
AUX 1 TO SYSTEM: No.1 auxiliary pump can pressurize utility system and utility system can pressurize
entire auxiliary system.
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GLARESHIELD PANEL
2,3,4,5. Engine Fire Handles
6. Main Wheel Well Warning Light
7. Fire Alarm Bell Cutout Switch
8. Fire Test Switch
11,12. Bottle Transfer (Selector) Switch
13-16. Bottle Discharge Buttons
2,3,4,5. Engine Fire Handles
Illuminates when a temperature rise is sensed in its engine or strut or handle.
When pulled:
- arms discharge button
- closes respective engine’s nacelle anti-ice valves, low pressure bleed, fuel shutoff valve, hydraulic-pump
supply valve (inboards only)
- deactivates respective engine’s fuel shutoff valve switch and hydraulic-pump low pressure lights (inboards
only)
- trips respective generator’s GCR and GB.
Used to prevent:
- smoke contamination of pneumatic manifold, and
- loss of pneumatic manifold air into inoperative engine if check valve fails.
With the engine fire handle pulled out, and the bottle discharge switch depressed, the actual fire
extinguishing process will commence.
7. Fire Alarm Bell Cutout Switch
Will silence the bell and horn The lights will remain illuminated as long as the fire condition exists.
8. Fire Test Switch
The switch has a single test position that checks all loops and warnings. When positioned to TEST, if normal:
- fire warning bells sounds,
- all fire handle warning lights come on
11,12. Bottle Transfer (Selector) Switch
When positioned to:
NORM: Arms fire bottle of respective numbered engine to discharge.
TRANS: Arms the other fire bottle in respective wing to discharge.
13-16. Bottle Discharge Buttons
A push button type bottle discharge switch is located under each engine fire handle.
When armed by respective fire handle and pressed:
- opens that engine’s selector valve;
- discharges a fire bottle
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OVERHEAD PANEL
O01. EMERGENCY FLAP SWITCHES
O02. LIGHTS CONTROLS
O03. ANTI-SKID CONTROL PANEL
O04. HYDRAULIC POWER SYSTEM
O05. ANTI-ICE CONTROLS
O06. ENGINE START CONTROL PANEL
O07. LIGHTS CONTROL PANEL
O08. DOPPLER CONTROL UNIT (See page 22 for
details)
O09, O19. ADF CONTROL PANEL
O10. COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER UNIT
O11. ANTI-ICE PANEL
O12. OXYGEN PRESSURE PANEL
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O13. SEAT BELTS SWITCH
O14. COCKPIT EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHTS SWITCH
O15. CABIN CALL PANEL
O16. WINDSHIELD WIPERS SWITCH
O17. EXTERIOR LIGHTING PANEL
O18. CIVA-INS CONTROL PANEL
O20. LIGHTS CONTROLS
O21. PROBE HEAT PANEL
022. WINDOW HEAT PANEL
O23. PITOT STATIC HEAT PANEL
O24. RAIN REPELLENT CONTROL BUTTON
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O01. EMERGENCY FLAP SWITCHES
1. NORM-Bypass Switch
2,3. INBD and OUTBD Switches
1. NORM-Bypass Switch
NORM: Disarms electric operation of trailing edge flaps and permits hydraulic operation.
BYPASS: Bypasses hydraulic trailing edge flap system and arms adjacent INBD, OUTBD switches.
2,3. Emergency Flap Directional Control Switches
These two switches on the overhead panel are adjacent to the alternate flaps master switch. The switches,
marked INBD and OUTBD, have UP-OFF-DN positions and are spring-loaded from the DN position to the OFF
position.
When either alternate flap switch is in the DN position, the corresponding trailing edge flaps extend
electrically and the leading edge flaps standby drive shutoff valve will open causing all leading edge flaps and
slats to extend.
When the alternate flap switches move from the DN position to the OFF position, the leading edge flaps and
slats will continue to extend, or remain extended, as long as the alternate flaps master switch is in the ON
position. The trailing edge flaps will stop.
When the alternate flap switches are in the UP position, with the leading edge flaps and slats extended and
the alternate flaps master switch in the ON position, the leading edge flaps and slats will remain extended
and the corresponding trailing edge flaps will retract. The leading edge flaps and slats cannot be retracted
using the alternate flap system.
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O02. LIGHTS CONTROLS
1. Overhead Panel Lights
2. Dome White
3. Left FWD Panel Lights
4. Center FWD Panel Lights
1. Overhead Panel Lights
Control integral instrument Illumination on overhead panel.
2. Dome White
Controls two dome lights in cockpit above the pilot's section.
3. Left FWD Panel Lights
Control integral instrument illumination on center panel.
4. Center FWD Panel Lights
Control integral instrument illumination on center panel.
O03. ANTI-SKID CONTROL PANEL
1. Anti-Skid Switch
2-5. Brake Released Indicator
6. Anti-Skid Test Switch
1. Anti-Skid Switch
ON: System energized.
OFF: System deenergized.
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2-5. Brake Released Indicator
REL: Antiskid valve is porting part of all brake pressure to return. In flight with gear down, constant release
signal is commanded to prevent locked wheel landing.
BLANK: Antiskid valves deenergized. Blanks also show when system is off.
6. Anti-Skid Test Switch
When the system is on, the gear is down, and when the test switch is actuated:
- The indicators on the selected position (OUTBD or INBD) show BLANK.
- The indicators of the other position show REL.
O04. HYDRAULIC POWER SYSTEM
1. Rudder Switch
2. Outboard Spoiler Switch
3. Inboard Spoiler Switch
1. Rudder Switch
ON: Opens rudder boost shutoff valve.
OFF: Shuts off rudder boost pressure and series yaw damper.
2. Outboard Spoiler Switch
OFF – Shuts off utility system pressure to outboard spoilers causing nose-down pitch with speedbrake lever
aft.
3. Inboard Spoiler Switch
OFF – Shuts off auxiliary system pressure to inboard spoilers causing nose-up pitch with speedbrake lever
aft.
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O05. ANTI-ICE CONTROLS
1-4. Nacelle Anti-Ice Switches
5-8. Valve Open Lights
9. Nacelle Valve Selector
10. Rain Repellent Control Button
1-4. Nacelle Anti-Ice Switches
Each controls its respective engine’s LH, RH and noze-cowl valve.
ON:
-Open all three valves
-Provides power to VALVE OPEN light
OFF:
-Closes all three valves
-Removes power from the VALVE OPEN light
5-8. Valve Open Lights
ON:
Selected anti-ice valve is open.
OFF:
-Selected anti-ice valve is not fully open
-The NACELLE VALVE selector is OFF
-The NACELLE ANTI-ICE switch is OFF
9. Nacelle Valve Selector
Controls the four VALVE OPEN lights.
With the selector positioned.
OFF: all lights out.
L: Each light monitors its left-hand anti-ice valve.
NOSE COWL: Each light monitors its nose cowl anti-ice valve.
R: Each light monitors its right-hand anti-ice valve.
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O06. ENGINE START CONTROL PANEL
1,2,4,5. Engine Start Control Switch
GROUND START:
−Arms start-lever switch to provide ignition through both exciters.
−Opens the low-pressure start air valve.
Note
If the No. 3 engine is being used for a high pressure start, the No. 3 ENGINE START
CONTROL switch opens the high-pressure start air valve.
FLIGHT START (always armed):
Energizes both exciters directly to provide continuous ignition. It is used:
−during takeoff
−for immediate relight in the event of a flameout ,
−for windmill starting in flight,
−before applying nacelle anti-ice,
−during turbulence,
−during landing.
The IGN 1 and IGN 2 selections provide for single continuous ignition.
3. Ground Start Selector Switch
LOW PRESS:
−Arms all four ENGINE START CONTROL switches for control of the low pressure start air valve.
−Places turbocompressors in ground mode to increase output for crossfeed starting.
HIGH PRESS:
Arms No.3 ENGINE START CONTROL switch for control of the high pressure start air valve.
O07. LIGHTS CONTROL PANEL
1. Control Stand White Light
2. Dome Red
3. Flood Light
1. Control Stand White Light
Controls white light located in overhead panel.
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2. Dome Red
Three red dome lights provide general diffused illumination of the control cabin.
Two lights are installed on the left and right supports of the overhead panel, and the other in the center of
the aft control cabin area.
O09,O19.ADF CONTROL PANEL
1. Loop Control
2. Beat Frequency Oscillator (BFO) Switch
3. Frequency Indicator
4. Tuning Meter
5. Volume Control
6. Volume Control Function Selector
7. Frequency Band Selector
8. Frequency Band Selector Tuning Control
4. Tuning Meter
Displays relative strength of signal being received. Most desirable reception is achieved by tuning for
maximum needle deflection.
6. Function Selector
ADF
- Both the sense and loop antennas operate; bearing information is displayed on the RMI’s.
O10. COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER UNIT
1. Voice Recorder Area Microphone
2. Voice Recorder Erase Button
3. Voice Recorder Test Button
4. Test Meter
5. Headset Jack
2. Voice Recorder Erase Button
Push in for 2 seconds. If airplane is on the ground and parking brake is set:
- Entire tape is erased in 10 seconds, and
- 400-Hz eraze tone is activated during erasure.
3. Voice Recorder Test Button
Push in for 5 seconds:
- Activates test and
- 600 Hz test tone.
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4. Test Meter
During test, if needle reads:
- Steadily in green for 5 seconds, all channels recording OK.
O11. ANTI-ICE PANEL
1,2. Duct Temperature Gage
3. Wing Anti-Ice Switch
4. Anti-Ice Duct Temperature Selector
5. Overheat Light
1,2. Duct Temperature Gages
Indicate either both inboard or both outboard duct temperatures as selected.
3. Wing Anti-Ice Switch
Controls all wing anti-ice shutoff valves.
GRD TEST (spring loaded to OFF)
- activated in ground mode,
- opens all shutoff valves,
- deactivated in flight mode.
OFF
- closes all shutoff valves
ON
- activated in flight mode.
4. Duct Temperature Selector
Selects inboard or outboard for temperature indication.
5. Overheat Light (Amber)
- activated only in ground mode,
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O12. OXYGEN PRESSURE PANEL
1. Passenger Oxygen Light
2. Pers Accom Light
3. Passenger Oxygen Switch
1. Passenger Oxygen Pressure Indicating Light (Amber)
ON – amber PASS illuminates when system pressurized.
2. Personnel Accomodations Oxygen Pressure Indicating Light (Amber)
ON – amber PERS ACCOM illuminates when system pressurized.
3. Passenger Oxygen Switch
ON: opens manual trigger valve and actuates personnel accommodation system.
NORM: guarded position, sets system in automatic mode. Both systems pressurized automatically when
cabin altitude reaches 14,000 ft.
O13. SEAT BELTS SWITCH
1. Seat Belts Switch
A switch marked SEAT BELTS with ON-OFF positions.
With this switch in the ON position a chord chime will sound .
O14. COCKPIT EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHTS SWITCH
1. Cockpit Emergency Lights Switch
OFF: Light will not illuminate. Closing the guard will move switch to the ARMED position if it is in the OFF
position.
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O15. CABIN CALL PANEL
1. Ground Crew Call Switch
2. Pers Accom Switch
3. Cabin Attendant Call Switch
4. Cabin Attendant Call Light (blue).
4. Cabin Attendant Call Light (blue)
Illuminates while captain call switch is pressed at either attendant’s panel.
O16. WINDSHIELD WIPERS SWITCH
1. Windshield Wipers Switch
Each pilot’s No. 1 window is provided with an 28V DC (DC2 for LI; DC1 for Rl) electric 4-speed windshield
wiper. The two wipers are separate independent systems with a single 6-position (PARK-OFF-LOW-1/2-3/4HIGH) control switch located on the pilot’s overhead panel. The PARK position stows the wipers at the
bottom of the windshield, and is spring-loaded to the OFF position. The LOW through HIGH positions select
the speed of the wipers.
O17. EXTERIOR LIGHTING PANEL
1-4. Landing Lights Switch
— 1,2. Retractable Landing Light Switch
ON - Retractable landing lights illuminate.
— 3,4. Retract-Extend Switch
Retract - - Retracts outboard landing lights.
Extend – extends outboard landing lights.
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5,6. Taxi Light Switch
A taxi light is mounted on the nose wheel strut.
Fixed Landing Lights Switch
ON – Fixed landing lights illuminate.
7,8. Runway Turnoff Lights Switch
A RUNWAY TURNOFF light is adjacent to and inboard of, the inboard fixed landing light.
The lights provide ground roll illumination and are controlled by two switches.
Note
Do not illuminate LANDING and/or RUNWAY TURNOFF lights for more than 5 minutes
while stationary on the ground. Allow a 5 minute cooling period before re-illuminating.
ON — Runway turnoff lights illuminate.
9. Navigation Lights Switch
White tip mounted tail lights are installed on the trailing edges of the wing tips to provide a horizontal white
beam aft. Navigation lights, red left and green right, are provided in the outboard edge of each wing.
10. Beacon (Anti-Collision) Lights Switch
The beacon lights on the top and bottom of the fuselage, provide high intensity red flashes, as a proximity
warning of the aircraft.
ON – Beacon (anti-collision) lights illuminate.
11. Wing Illumination Lights Switch
Two wing illumination lights are mounted flush with the fuselage and forward of the wing leading edge.
ON — illuminates the tops and leading edges of the wings and engine nacelle areas.
O18. CIVA-INS CONTROL PANEL
1. Mode Selector Knob
2. READY NAV Light (GREEN)
3. BAT Light (RED)
4-6. INS Automatic Data Entry Unit Gauge
Inop if Delco Carousel IV-A INS is not installed.
For details see Delco Carousel IV-A INS Manual.
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O20. LIGHTS CONTROLS
1. Right Fwd Panel Lights
2. Light Override Switch
3. Compass Light
1. Right Fwd Panel Lights
Control integral instrument illumination on the right forward panel.
2. Light Override Switch
OVERRIDE – Turns the lights located under the Pilot’s light shield and Engineer's panel fluorescent flood
lights to full intensity
3. Compass Light
Illuminates the standby compass.
O21. PROBE HEAT PANEL
1. Probe Heater Switch
2. OFF Light
3. Q-inlet Heat Switch
1. Probe Heater Switch
ON – Applies electrical power to heat:
- Captain's pitot.
- Q inlet.
- Attitude warning vanes
2. OFF Light
Monitors power to Q-inlet heater.
ON: Indicates power failure to Q-inlet heater.
OFF: System normal or control switch off.
3. Q-inlet Heat Switch
Controls power to Q-inlet heater.
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O22.WINDOW HEAT PANEL
1,4. Window Heat Switches
2,3. Window Overheat Lights
1,4 Window Heat Switches
With the switch in either HIGH or LOW the overheat protection system may be tested by pressing the
overheat light cap. This applies power to the windows and after about one second:
-a simulated overheat condition is created,
-the light illuminates,
-power is removed and must be reset.
Note
To reset power after actual or test overheat, select window heat control to OFF, then HIGH or LOW.
2,3. Window Overheat Lights
ON:
- respective anti-iced windows have overheated and power has been removed (power must be reset)
OR
- power to respective system has failed
OFF:
System normal.
O23. PITOT STATIC HEAT PANEL
1. Captain’s Pitot and Attitude Warning Sensor
Heat Switch
2. Ammeter Switch
3. First Officer’s Pitot and Attitude Warning
Sensor Heat Switch
4. Captain's Pitot Heater Ammeter
5. Fiirst Officer's or 3rd Pitot Heater Ammeter
1. Captain’s Pitot and Attitude Warning Sensor Heat Switch
Controls power to:
- captain’s pitot heater,
- both attitude sensor heaters.
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2. Ammeter Switch
F/O PITOT: Ammeter indicates current first officer's pitot heater.
3RD PITOT: Ammeter indicates current to 3rd pitot heater.
3. First Officer’s Pitot and Attitude Warning Sensor Heat Switch
Controls power to:
- first officer’s pitot heater,
- both attitude sensor heaters (B-ADV).
4. Captain's Pitot Heater Ammeter
Indicates current to captain's pitot heater.
5. First Officer's or 3rd Pitot Heater Ammeter
Indicates current to selected pitot heater.
O25. STANDBY MAGNETIC COMPASS
1. Compass Correction Card
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P01.
P02,
P03.
P04.
P05.
P07.
DOPPLER NAVIGATION CONTROLLER (See page 23 for details)
P06. FLIGHT DIRECTOR CONTROLS
RADAR CONTROL PANEL
RADAR
CIVA-INS CONTROL PANEL
TRANSPONDER CONTROL PANEL
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P02, P06.FLIGHT DIRECTOR CONTROLS
Note:
Flight director is connected with the autopilot.
Do not engage the autopilot if you need to use F/D only.
1. Pitch Command Control Knob
2. F/D Mode Selector
3. Altitude Hold
1. Pitch Command Control Knob
Positions pitch command bar to selected pitch angle.
2. F/D Mode Selector
Selects flight director mode.
VOR, HDG and NAV/LOC:
- Pitch command bar manually positioned by pitch command control knob.
- Roll command bar positioned by VOR or HDG steering commands from flight director computer.
NAV/LOC:
- Pitch command bar manually positioned by pitch command control knob.
- Roll command bar positioned by Doppler Navigation System or or CIVA INS steering commands from flight
director computer. See Doppler Navigation System Section for details.
APP AUTO/MAN:
- Pitch command bar positioned by ILS glide slope steering commands from flight director computer.
- Roll command bar positioned by ILS localizer steering commands from flight director computer.
3. Altitude Hold
Pitch command bar commands pitch input to hold constant altitude.
WEATHER RADAR - THEORY OF OPERATION
The primary use of this radar is to aid the pilot in avoiding thunderstorms and associated turbulence. Since
each operator normally develops specific operational procedures for use of weather avoidance radar, the fol lowing information is presented for use at the operator's discretion.
Operational techniques for the radar are similar to earlier generation weather avoidance radars. The profi cient operator manages antenna tilt control to achieve best knowledge of storm height, size, and relative dir ection of movement.
RADAR PRINCIPLES
Radar is fundamentally a distance measuring system using the principle of radio echoing. The term RADAR is
an acronym for Radio Detecting and Ranging. It is a method for locating targets by using radio waves. The
transmitter generates microwave energy in the form of pulses. These pulses are then transferred to the antenna where they are focused into a beam by the antenna. The radar beam is much like the beam of flash light. The energy is focused and radiated by the antenna in such a way that it is most intense in the center
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of the beam with decreasing intensity near the edge. The same antenna is used for both transmitting and re ceiving. When a pulse intercepts a target, the energy is reflected as an echo, or return signal, back to the
antenna. From the antenna, the returned signal is transferred to the receiver and processing circuits located
in the receiver transmitter unit. The echoes, or returned signals, are displayed on an indicator.
Radio waves travel at the speed of 300 million meters per second and thus yield nearly instantaneous in formation when echoing back. Radar ranging is a two-way process that requires 12.36 micro-seconds for the
radio wave to travel out and back for each nautical mile of target range. As shown in the distance illustration
below, it takes 123.6 micro-seconds for a transmitted pulse of radar energy to travel out and back from an
area of precipitation 10 nautical miles away.
WEATHER RADAR PRINCIPLES
Airborne weather avoidance radar, as its name implies, is for avoiding severe weather, not for penetrating it.
Whether to fly into an area of radar echoes depends on echo-intensity, spacing between the echoes, aircraft
capabilities and pilot experience. Remember that weather radar detects only precipitation drops; it does not
detect minute cloud droplets, nor does it detect turbulence. Therefore, the radar provides no assurance of
avoiding instrument weather in clouds and fog. The indicator may be clear between intense echoes; this
clear area does not necessarily mean it is safe to fly between the storms and maintain visual sighting of
them.
RADAR BEAM ILLUMINATION
Probably the most important aspect of a weather radar is the antenna beam illumination characteristic. To
make a proper interpretation of what you are seeing on the display, you must have an understanding of
what the radar beam "is seeing". The following figure is a side view of the radar beam characteristic with a
storm depicted at a distance that causes the size of the storm to just fill the 3 dB beamwidth. This would be
the typical situation for a storm at approximately 40 nautical miles with a 12 inch diameter antenna. It's important to understand and visualize this situation, to enhance your understanding of the rest of this manual.
RADAR REFLECTIVITY
What target will reflect the radar's pulses and thus be displayed on the indicator? Only precipitation will be
detected by an X-band weather radar. Therefore weather radar does not detect clouds, thunderstorms or
turbulence directly. Instead, it detects precipitation which may be associated with dangerous thunderstorms
and turbulence. The best radar reflectors are raindrops and wet snow or hail. The larger the raindrop the
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better it reflects. Because large drops in a small concentrated area are characteristic of a severe thunder storm, the radar displays the storm as a strong echo. Drop size is the most important factor in high radar re flectivity.
The radar display has been calibrated to show five levels of target intensity: Black (level 0), and levels 1-4
grades of Amber.
P03. RADAR CONTROL PANEL
1. Radar Mode Selector
2. ANT TILT
1. Radar Mode Selector
STBY - Fully energizes the system circuitry but no radar transmissions occur in the SBY mode of operation.
The antenna is parked at 0 degrees azimuth and 30 degrees tilt down with the antenna drive motors locked.
WX NORM - Selects the normal condition of operation for weather detection. The system will
transmit after a 60 second warm-up time is completed. The radar system initializes to the Wx
mode, 50 nm.
Note
The 60 second warm up period can be monitored upon power up of the system. When
the knob is switched directly from OFF to ON
mode, the display will blank. Just before the
warm up period is complete, the screen will
turn black for a few seconds, then the radar
will begin transmitting and the screen will
display radar returns. No radar transmissions occur until the warm up period is complete.
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WX CTR - Selects weather-alert mode of operation. Black color for heavy and intense returns.
TEST – Transmitter de-energized. contrasting
test signals are imposed on the indicator, signifying proper circuit functions.
ANT TILT
Permits manual adjustment of antenna tilt 15° up (right click) or down (left click) for best indicator
presentation.
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P04. RADAR DISPLAY UNIT
1. Range Selector Knob
2. Dimmer Knob
3. Erase Button
4. Gain Control Knob
5. Rotating Sweep Line
6. Weather Returns
1. Range Selector Knob
Clears the display and advances the indicator to the next range. The radar display ranges are: 50, 150, 300.
(right click to increase range).
2. Dimmer knob
Controls brightness of the indicator display (right click to increase brightness).
4. Gain Control Knob
The gain knob adjusts the radar gain from 0 to -20 dB (CCW rotation reduces gain).
PREFLIGHT PROCEDURES
The system never transmits in the OFF, STBY or TEST modes.
Note: A 60 second warm up time period is required before the system will transmit.
1) Place the radar controls in the following positions:
• Function switch to TEST
• Tilt to UP 7
The test pattern will appear.
2) With the function switch in TEST or STBY, taxi to a clear area where there are no people, aircraft,
vehicles, or metallic buildings within approximately 100 yards.
3) Rotate the function switch to NORM. The indicator will automatically display in the Wx mode.
targets will be displayed in grades of amber.
4) Select 50 nm range.
5) Select CTR mode to observe black contour areas (if any).
6) Repeat the manual tilt adjustment, this time between the 0 and down 15 degrees positions.
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7) Return the function switch to TEST or STBY before taxiing!
8) When you are ready for weather detection (after takeoff or just before), place the function switch to
NORM.
OPERATION IN-FLIGHT - GENERAL
It is the purpose of this section to help you become a proficient radar operator as soon as possible. However,
it is realized that proficiency can only improve with usage. It is, therefore, recommended that the operator
become familiar with the operation of the system during fair weather instead of while trying to penetrate a
storm front.
This section concerns itself with a more detailed discussion of some of these controls and how to make the
most efficient use of them.
Note
Your radar is a weather-avoidance device. It should never be used for weatherpenetration. It will help you see and plan avoidance maneuvers around significant weather
encountered during flight.
TILT MANAGEMENT
Effective antenna tilt management is the single, most important key to more informative weather radar
displays. The prime factors must be kept in mind for proper tilt management:
• The center of the radar beam is referenced to the horizon by the aircraft vertical reference system.
• Adjusting the antenna tilt control will cause the center of the radar beam to scan above or below the
plane of the attitude reference system.
When flying at high altitudes, the use of proper tilt management ensures observation of weather targets
without over scanning. For example, a low altitude storm detected on the long range setting may disappear
from the display as it is approached. While it may have dissipated during your approach toward the storm,
don't count on it. It may be that you are directing the radiated energy from the antenna above the storm as
you get closer. Judicious management of the antenna tilt control will avoid over-scanning a weather target.
EARLY DETECTION OF ENROUTE WEATHER
To set the antenna tilt to optimize the radar's ability to quickly identify significant weather, follow these
steps:
1) Select the NORM mode of operation. Adjust Brightness control as desired.
2) Select the 50 or 150 nm range.
3) Adjust the antenna tilt to watch the strongest returns seen on the display.
TARGET RESOLUTION
The ability of a weather avoidance radar system to resolve and display two or more closely spaced targets is
limited in range by the transmitted pulse width and display range and in azimuth by the antenna beam
width.
RANGE RESOLUTION
The transmitter pulse width in the radar is 4 micro-seconds, yielding a receiver range resolution of
approximately 1/3 nautical mile.
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AZIMUTH RESOLUTION
The ability of the radar to resolve adjacent targets in azimuth is a function of the beam width of the antenna
and the range to the target. The diameter of this radiated beam increases as it gets further away from the
aircraft.
Targets separated by a distance less than the beam diameter (at the target distance) will merge and appear
on the indicator as "one."
PATH PLANNING
Remember to plan a deviation path early. Simply skirting the red or magenta portion of a cell is not enough.
Plan an avoidance path for all weather echoes which appear beyond 100 nautical miles since this indicates
they are quite intense.
The most intense echoes are severe thunderstorms. Remember that hail may fall several miles from the
cloud, and hazardous turbulence may extend as much as 20 nautical miles; therefore, echoes should be
separated by at least 40 nautical miles before you fly between them. As echoes diminish in intensity, you
can reduce the distance by which you avoid them.
PATH PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS
• Avoid cells containing magenta and red areas by at least 20 nautical miles.
• Do not deviate downwind unless absolute necessary. Your chances of encountering severe turbulence and
damaging hail are greatly reduced by selecting the upwind side of the storm
• If looking for a corridor, remember corridors between two cells containing magenta and/or red areas
should be at least 40 nautical miles wide from the outer fringes of the radar echo. The magenta displays
areas of very heavy rainfall and statistically indicates a high probability of hail.
Note
Do not approach a storm cell containing magenta and red any closer than 20 nautical
miles. Echoes should be separated by at least 40 nautical miles before attempting to fly
between them.
Cells beyond 75 nautical miles are areas of substantial rainfall, do not wait for red or magenta to appear.
Plan and execute evasive action quickly to minimize "doglegging."
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When a complete detour is impractical, penetration of weather patterns may be required. Avoid adjacent
cells by at least 20 nautical miles.
A "Blind Alley" or "Box Canyon" situation can be very dangerous when viewing the short ranges. Periodically
switch to longer-range displays to observe distant conditions. As shown below, the short-range returns show
an obvious corridor between two areas of heavy rainfall but the long-range setting shows a larger area of
heavy rainfall.
P05. CIVA-INS CONTROL PANEL
1. HOLD Key
2. Waypoint/DME Switch
3. REMOTE Key
4. Left Data Display
5. INSERT Key
6. ALERT Light
7. Right Data Display
8. BAT light
9. WARN Light
10. Data Selector
11. Dim Switch
12. From-To Display
13. Auto/Man Switch / TEST Switch
14. WYPT CHG key
15-24. Keyboard
25. CLEAR Key
Delco Carousel IV-A INS is freeware third-party software.
It works with 707 Captain in 2D mode only. INOP in VC.
To provide full VC compatibility we need additional tech info from the CIVA INS third-party developer.
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P07. TRANSPONDER CONTROL PANEL
1. Function Selector
2. ATC Display Window
3. Mode Selector
4. Altitude Reporting Switch
5-6,8-9. Code Selector Knobs
7. ATC Ident Button
10. Relative Altitude Display Limit Selector
1. Function Selector
Selects operating mode. STBY mode – places transponder system to standby.
2. ATC Display Window
Displays Code set by ATC Code Selectors
5-6,8-9. Code Selector Knobs
Rotate to set code on ATC display Window
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P08. CONTROL STAND
1. Speedbrake Control Lever and Indicator
2-5. Reverse Thrust Levers
6. Flap Control Lever
7-10. Engine Throttles
11,19. Stabilizer Trim Control Wheel
12. Stabilizer Trim Warning Light
13. Stabilizer Cruise Trim Switch
14. Mach Trim Switch
15-18. Engine Start Levers
20. Parking Brake Warning Light
21. Parking Brake Handle
22,23. Stabilizer Trim Indicator
1. Speedbrake Control Lever and Indicator
Controls symmetrical spoiler extension from 0 to 60 degrees.
2, 3, 4, 5 Reverse Thrust Levers
- Control reverse thrust from idle to maximum reverse
- Mounted on corresponding engine throttles.
Reverse lever positions:
- forward thrust
- idle reverse thrust
- reverse interlock:
Provides sufficient engine bleed air to position reverses.
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Prevents further application of thrust until both reversers approach reverse thrust position.
Prevents application of forward thrust until reversers are in forward thrust position.
- spring stop:
Limits maximum reverse thrust. If necessary, may be overridden in an emergency.
- Maximum reverse thrust
Note
During application of reverse thrust, if a reverser goes to forward thrust, a follow-up
mechanism in the reverse system will retard the reverse lever forward idle.
Similarly, during application of forward thrust, if a reverser goes to the reverse thrust
position, the mechanism will retard a throttle to a low thrust level.
6. Flap Control Lever
The lever controls both inboard and outboard flap hydraulic drive units.
Five detented flap handle positions from 0 to 50 degrees are provided. The flap position is shown on two
cockpit indicators.
Airplane
300B-Adv
300C
Flap position
0°
14°
25°
40°
50°
X
X*
X
X
X
* - Normal takeoff setting
DETENTS
PLACKARDS (Where
shown)
0
KTS IAS
14
223
25
215
40
200
50
195
7-10. Engine Throttles
Control engine forward thrust from idle to maximum.
Actuate landing gear warning horn.
11,19. Stabilizer Trim Control Wheel
−Rotate whenever stabilizer is being positioned
−Contain integral handles which can be extended to manually trim stabilizer.
−10 revolutions equal one degree trim.
12. Stabilizer Trim Warning Light
An amber light on the control stand will illuminate when the stabilizer main electric trimmotor is operating,
or when the cruise and autopilot trim motor is operated by the stabilizer cruise trim switch. The light will not
be on when the autopilot operates the cruise and autopilot trim motor.
15-18. Engine Start Levers
Three engine start levers with CUTOFF-IDLE detents are on the control stand. This lever operates the
windmill bypass and shutoff valve in the FCU. With this lever in the IDLE detent, fuel if supplied to the
engine. In the CUTOFF detent, all fuel supply to the engine is shut off. With this lever in the IDLE detent and
with the engine start switch in the GROUND or FLIGHT position, the 20-joule ignition system is energized.
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The start levers control the main fuel shutoff valves when in the CUTOFF position.
−Used to start and stop the engines.
−Connected by cables and linkage to each engineer's fuel control unit.
−Three detended positions (lifting knob enables movement):
CUTOFF: Fuel and ignition are cut off.
START: Ignition, then fuel are supplied.
IDLE: Fuel is supplied, ignition is cut off.
20. Parking Brake Warning Light
This red light on the control stand will illuminate when the parking brake handle is in the SET position.
21. Parking Brake Handle
The parking brake handle on the control stand can be set when the brakes are fully applied, to latch the
brakes in the depressed position.
When the parking brake is set, hydraulic return from the main gear antiskid valves will be blocked and the
anti-skid system will be de-energized.
22,23. Stabilizer Trim Indicators
Green band calibrated in CG percentage.
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P09,
P11.
P12,
P14.
P10. VHF NAV/COMM CONTROL PANEL
AUTOPILOT PANEL
P13. AUDIO SELECTOR PANEL
AFT PEDESTAL PANEL
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P09, P10. VHF NAV/COMM CONTROL PANEL
1. COMM Frequency Indicator
2,7. VOL
3,4. COMM Frequency Selectors
5. Tone
6. NAV Frequency Indicator
8,9 NAV Frequency Selectors
10. DME Function Switch
2. VOL
Rotating clockwise.
-Turns equipment on
-Increases receiver sensitivity and volume level
-ATC Menu will tune selected COM
5. Tone
Push button to transmit 400 Hz tone. Permits ground station to determine airplane location.
6. NAV Frequency Indicator
Displays the selected frequency and facility.
VOR – 108.00 to 111.85 all even-tenth MHz
112.00 to 117.95 all MHz
ILS – 108.10 to 111.95 all odd-tenth MHz
DME TACAN or VORTAC frequencies
−For short range (0-50 miles), 108.0 to 111.9
−For full range (0 to 199 miles), 112.0 to 117.9
8,9. NAV Frequency Selectors
Selects desired frequency and facility.
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P11. AUTOPILOT PANEL
1. Autopilot Mode Selector
2,4. Pitch Trim Wheels
3. Turn Controller
5. Autopilot/Damper Switch
6. Altitude Hold/Elevator Disconnect Switch
1. Autopilot Mode Selector
- Spring loaded to MAN.
- Functions only when autopilot is engaged.
NAV (INS NAVIGATION MODE)
- Autopilot intercepts and steers the INS track selected with INS no.1
HDG (HEADING MODE)
- Autopilot follows selected heading indicated on Captain's HSI.
MAN (MANUAL MODE)
−Mode used to engage autopilot. Airplane will roll wings level and maintain existing pitch.
−Autopilot holds clutched compass heading, which can be adjusted with turn controller.
−Pitch can be adjusted with pitch controller.
−Mode selector will spring to MAN from any mode when turn controller is moved from center detent, or
Captain's RADIO/INS switch is moved while the NAV or any radio mode.
LOC VOR (LOCALIZER VOR MODE)
In this mode the hiding reference is supplied by use of the VOR or localizer signal. If the airplane is placed
on an intercept heading, the autopilot can capture and track the centerline of a selected VOR or ILS course.
With a VOR frequency tuned, when this mode is engaged, the autopilot maintains the present heading until
within 1 dot (5 degrees) deviation from the captain's selected course. The V/L light goes amber when the
VOR/LOC mode is selected and switches to green when the autopilot captures the course. At this time the
previous heading reference is dropped and the airplane turns to track the course centerline. A course error
signal (present heading vs. selected course) and a course deviation signal (present radial vs. selected radial)
are used to command roll.
During capture and tracking, automatic crosswind corrections are provided.
When crossing over the station, the autopilot automatically switches from the VOR signal to the heading
reference based on the captain's selected course for approximately 120 seconds. It then reverts to normal
VOR tracking. This prevents nuisance corrections while in the cone of confusion.
With a LOC frequency tuned, operation is similar to VOR, with the following two exceptions:
•
Capture is initiated at 2 dots (2 ½ degrees) deviation from the localizer centerline,
•
The course set in the course counter determines only the initial heading to be flown since the
localizer signal
has
a
specific
orientation. Theoretically, no matter where the course was set, the
autopilot would eventually correct a mistake and fly down the localizer centerline. However, for a quick and
smooth capture and tracking, the inbound front course is set in the course counter.
GS AUTO
This mode provides automatic glideslope and localizer capture from above or below the glideslope.
Roll command is the same as in the VOR/LOC mode with a LOC frequency tuned. In addition, following
glidesfope capture, part of the roll command signal is sent to the yaw control system (either series or
parallel yaw damper). This crossfeed signal coordinates rudder and aileron control to provide greater stability
and tighter tracking of the localizer during a coupled approach.
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Pitch command continues as in previous modes until the glideslope is intercepted at 1/4 dot deviation. At
interception, the pitch trim knobs are deactivated and the altitude hold switch is released if engaged. The
airplane is then controlled by the glideslope beam. For proper flightpath control down to minimums, the
localizer signals are attenuated and bank angle is limited as a function of altitude. Attenuation begins at
1000 ft as determined By an altitude signal from the radio altimeter.
If the radio altimeter fails, the autopilot will automatically refer to a backup barometric altitude signal for
attenuation during a 1500-ft descent from the glideslope intercept altitude.
GS MAN
Operation in the GS MAN mode is identical to that of the GS AUTO mode except that when GS MAN is
selected, the autopilot immediately pitches and rolls the airplane to capture both the localizer and glideslope.
Thus the airplane will fly to the localizer and glideslope centerline by the most direct route.
REVERSION TO MANUAL MODE
The autopilot reverts to the MAN mode from any mode if:
•
the autopilot turn knob is used,
•
the captain's compass transfer switch is used.
It reverts to MAN from radio modes if:
•
the captain's deviation transfer switch is used,
•
the series yaw damper goes off, which can be caused by moving the switch or by loss of rudder
boost pressure.
After reversion, all modes may be reselected except the radio modes after loss of the series yaw damper.
Note
The autopilot should not be operated in LOC VOR, GS AUTO or GS MAN modes when the
No.1 VHF navigation receiver is inoperative.
2,4 Pitch Trim Wheels
-Mechanically joined to one another.
-Free to rotate without limit in either direction.
-Activated when autopilot engaged so that when rotated, new attitude reference is set and airplane
pitches to maintain it.
-Deactivated when ALT is selected or when glideslope is captured.
- Can effect a maximum pitch up or down of about 30°
3. Turn Controller
−Detented at center position
− May be rotated at 140 degrees in either direction.
−When rotated, causes airplane to turn and mode selector to return to MAN regardless of mode selected.
Rate and amount of rotation determines rate and amount of airplane roll.
−Will remain in any position
−Can effect a maximum bank angle of 35°
5. Autopilot/Damper Switch
Spring-loaded to OFF. When positioned to
AUTOPILOT: Engages all (3 or 4) servos for normal operation.
DAMPER: Engages rudder servo on airplanes equipped with a parallel yaw damper. Position is deactivated on
airplanes equipped with series yaw damper.
6. Altitude Hold/Elevator Disconnect Switch
Spring-loaded to OFF. When positioned to
ALT: Deactivates pitch trim wheels and controls pitch to maintain the existing pressure altitude. (Switch will
return to OFF from this position when autopilot goes into a glideslope capture mode.)
ELEV DISC: Declutches elevator servo from pitch control system and deactivates horizontal stabilizer trim
servo. Airplane is now flown by autopilot in roll and by the pilot for pitch.
Note:
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Flight director is connected with the autopilot.
Do not engage the autopilot if you need to use F/D only.
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P12,P13. AUDIO SELECTOR PANEL
1-5, 9-15. Communication Receiver Switches
6. Transmitter Selector
7. Microphone Push-to-talk Switch
8. Mic Selector Switch
6. Transmitter Selector
Selects desired transmitter.
Stations Morse codes:
1 — NAV1 station
2 — NAV2 station
10 – ADF1 station
15 – ADF2 station
P14. AFT PEDESTAL PANEL
1. Radio Panels Lights Control
2. Rudder Trim Crank and Indicator
3. Horn Cutout Lever
4. Radio Panel Flood Light Control
5. Aileron Trim Control Wheel and Indicator
6. Stabilizer Brake Release Knob
1. Radio Panels Lights Control
Controls intensity for the dial lights on the electronic control panels
2. Rudder Trim Crank and Indicator
Movement of trim crank relocates neutral position of rudder pedals.
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3. Horn Cutout Lever
PULL
−Silences landing gear warning horn unless flaps are at 40 or 50 position.
5. Aileron Trim Control Wheel and Indicator
Movement of trim wheel relocates neutral poition of control wheel.
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FLIGHT ENGINEER UPPER PANEL
U01.
U10.
U11.
U12.
ELECTRICAL PANEL
PNEUMATIC SYSTEM PANEL
CABIN ALTITUDE PRESSURE SYSTEM PANEL
AIR CONDITIONING PANEL
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U01. ELECTRICAL PANEL
1. Fuel Flowmeter Power Selector
2. Galley Power Switch
3. DC Power Voltmeter
4. DC Power Loadmeter
5-8 Generator Drive Low Pressure Lights
9-12 Generator Drive Disconnect Switches
13. Battery ON/OFF (master switch)
14. DC Meters Selector
15-18 Gen Drive Oil Temp Rise Gage
19. Power on BUS Light
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20. External Power Switch
21. External Power Connected Light (Clear)
22-25. BTB Circuit Open (Trip) Light
26-29 Bus Tie Breaker Switch
30-33 GB Circuit Open (Trip) Light
34-37 Generator Breaker Switch
38-41. GCR OFF (Trip) Light
42-45 Generator Control Relay (GCR) Switch
46-49. KW, KWAR Meter
50-53. Frequency Control Knob
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55.
56.
57.
Essential Power Failure Warning Light
Essential Power Source Selector
Frequency Meter
AC Voltmeter
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58,59. Synchronizing Lights (Clear)
60. AC Paralleling Selector
61. Powermeter Button
1. Fuel Flowmeter Power Selector
When positioned to:
NORMAL: The flowmeters are powered from P2 through a static frequency controller which maintains 400
Hz.
ALTERNATE: The flowmeters are powered directly from P1, in which case flowmeter accuracy is maintained
only if bus frequency is held at 400 Hz. (Expect 1% error for each 4 Hz deviation from 400 Hz.)
3. DC Power Voltmeter
Indicates DC voltage of selected TR unit or battery.
4. DC Power Loadmeter
Indicates current load of selected TR unit or battery. With the BATT position selected:
-shows negative while charging
-shows positive while supplying load.
5-8. Generator Drive Low Pressure Lights
ON: CSD oil pressure below minimum. Caused by:
- CSD disconnected.
- engine shutdown, or
- low oil quantity.
During turbulence, light may come on intermittently, CSD operation is normal.
OFF: CSD oil pressure normal.
9-12. Generator Drive Disconnect Switches
- Disconnects CSD drive from engine; generator deactivated.
- Trips GB.
Note
The generator drive can only be reconnected on the ground.
13. Battery Switch
ON:
- battery power available to battery bus on P6
- allows battery to be charged
- permits checking external TR voltage.
OFF:
- battery power not available to battery bus on P6, but still available to aux battery bus on P6.
- Permits checking battery voltage.
14. DC Meters Selector
Connects loadmeter and voltmeter to selected source.
OFF: loadmeter and voltmeter deactivated.
15-18 Gen Drive Oil Temp Rise Gage
- Displays difference between oil-in and oil-out temperature.
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Reflects generator load on CSD.
Range marks coincide with generator KW loads.
Green band: safe.
Yellow band: caution.
20. External Power Switch
(Magnetically held to ON and GROUND SERVICE)
ON:
- All GBs trip,
- PWR ON BUS light comes on
- External power is connected to sync-tie bus (if BTBs closed, external power is connected to generator load
buses),
- Essential power can be supplied from external power.
GROUND SERVICE:
Powers the 28 VOLT SERVICE LTS bus on P1 with:
- 28V ac if 115/200V ac external power connected
- 28V dc if 115/200V dc external power connected.
OFF:
- The switch will automatically trip to OFF from either the ON or GROUND SERVICE position if the external
power supply is interrupted,
−The switch will also trip to OFF from the ON position when a GB is closed or when there is a sync-tie bus
fault.
21. External Power Connected Light (Clear)
ON – Ground power available at external power connection.
OFF- External ac power not available.
22-25 BTB Circuit Open (Trip) Light
ON: BTB tripped and generator and its load bus are isolated from the sync-tie bus.
OFF: BTB closed.
26-29. Bus Tie Breaker Switches
(Guarded and spring loaded to center position)
CLOSE:
- Connects generator and/or its load bus to the sync-tie bus.
- No autoparalleling protection provided.
TRIP: Disconnects generator and/or its load bus from the sync-tie bus.
30-33. GB Circuit Open (Trip) Light
ON: GB tripped and generator and its load bus are isolated from the sync-tie bus.
OFF: GB closed.
34-37. Generator Breaker Switches
CLOSE:
- Connects generator to its distribution bus and sync-tie bus through BTB.
- Autoparalleling protection is provided.
TRIP: Isolates generator from load bus and sync-tie bus.
38-41 GCR OFF (Trip) Light
ON: GCR open. Generator is deactivated.
OFF: GCR closed.
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42-45. Generator Control Relay (GCR) Switch
(Guarded and spring loaded to center position)
CLOSE:
- Connects VR output to generator field; generator activated.
TRIP: Disconnects VR output from generator field; generator activated.
46-49 KW, KWAR Meter
Indicates generator real (KW) or reactive (KVAR) load. Indication is controlled by Powermeter Button #61.
50-53. Frequency Control Knobs
When rotated;
- Permits frequency adjustment of an isolated generator.
- Balances Kw loads when generators paralleled
54. Essential Power Failure Warning Light
ON – loss of essential power.
OFF: Essential power being supplied.
55. Essential Power Source Selector
Selects power source for essential AC bus.
56. Frequency Meter
Indicates frequency as selected.
-generator (isolated)
-bus tie (sync-tie bus), or
-external power.
57. AC Voltmeter
Indicates voltage as selected.
-generator (isolated)
-bus tie (sync-tie bus), or
-external power.
A 0 to 30 scale is used when checking residual voltage of an isolated generator. A generator must be
isolated to check its voltage. The voltmeter will indicate bus tie voltage if a generator position is selected
when generators are operating parallel.
60. AC Paralleling Selector
Connects frequency meter and voltmeter to:
-generator
-bus tie (sync-tie bus), or
-external power.
Connects sync lights for paralleling
61. Powermeter Button
Changes U03 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM PANEL Power Meters indication from real (KW) to reactive (KVAR) load
display.
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U10. PNEUMATIC SYSTEM PANEL
1-3. Air Compressor Tachometers
4-6. Turbocompressor Low Oil Pressure Lights
(Amber)
7-9. Turbocompressor
(Amber)
Overspeed
Trip
Lights
10-12. Turbocompressor Switches
13,14,17,18. Engine Bleed Air Switches
15,16. Wing Valve Switches
19,20. Air-Conditioning Unit Overheat Light
21,22. Air-Conditioning Unit OFF Light
23,24. Left & Right Air-Conditioning Unit Pack
Switches
25. Ram Air Switch
26. Air Supply Duct Pressure Gage
1-3. Air Compressor Tachometers
Indicates turbocompressor speed in percent of shaft rpm. (Indicator accuracy tolerance +/- 1,5%)
NORMAL INDICATIONS:
-shutdown – 20%
-normal maximum – 96%
-overspeed - 115%
4-6. Turbocompressor Low Oil Pressure Lights (Amber)
ON:
- Oil pressure is low, or
- has Turbocompressor shutdown due to mailfunctions.
Note
Light is wired through switch. When switch held momentarily to START, light goes on
until oil pressure is normal. On all 300C airplanes, light is not wired through switch.
Light is on any time turbocompressor is not operating.
OUT:
- Oil pressure is normal, or
− Turbocompressor has been stopped by switch.
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7-9. Turbocompressor Overspeed Trip Lights (Amber)
- Turbocompressor has reached overspeed condition and has automatically shut down. Can be reset only on
the ground.
- Shutoff valve has closed
- Pressure regulator valve has closed.
10-12. Turbocompressor Switches
Spring-loaded to center position.
START
-opens turbine inlet shutoff valve
-arms open coil of pressure regulator
-arms LOW OIL PRESS light.
STOP
-closes turbine inlet shutoff valve
-disarms other start functions.
13,14,17,18. Engine Bleed Air Switches
Controls engine N1 bleed air valve.
ON: Opens valve.
OFF: Closes valve.
15,16. Wing Valve Switches
Controls wing valve in the pneumatic manifold.
OPEN: Opens valve.
CLOSE: Closes valve.
19,20. Air-Conditioning Unit Overheat Light
Lights when LEFT or RIGHT ACM compressor outlet temperature excessive Resets automatically when
temperature normal
21,22. Air-Conditioning Unit OFF Light
- Lights when LEFT or RIGHT pack valve automatically closed as result of excessive ACM turbine inlet
temperature condition.
- Control is locked out until reset by DUCT OVERHEAT RESET button.
23,24. Left & Right Air-Conditioning Unit Pack Switches
ON:
OFF:
-Opens pack valves
-Arms MAIN and CREW temperature selectors
-Closes pack valves (with both switches OFF, MAIN and CREW temperature selectors deactivated
and cockpit and main cabin temperature valves driven to full cold.
Warning: Airplane will depressurize if both pack switches are OFF.
25. Ram Air Switch
Controls both left and right ram air valves.
CLOSE is the normal guarded position.
OPEN drives both ram air valves open, admitting ambient air for ventilation (unpressurized flight only)
26. Air Supply Duct Pressure Gage
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Indicates pressure in pneumatic manifold. Shows pneumatic manifold air pressure in 5-psi increments.
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U11. CABIN ALTITUDE PRESSURE SYSTEM PANEL
1. Conditioned Air Duct Pressure Indicator
10. Cabin Altimeter
11. Rate Knob
12. Automatic Cabin Pressure Control Indicator
13. Barometric Correction Knob
14. Cabin Altitude Knob
15. Cabin Rate of Climb Indicator
16. Cabin Altitude Warning Horn Cutout Switch
17,18. Manual Cabin Pressure Control Indicator
1. Conditioned Air Duct Pressure Indicator
Displays pressure differential between main cabin and distribution duct. Reflects ventilation flow rate.
6-10 INCHES – Desired operating rate.
GREEN BAND – Operating range.
10. Cabin altimeter
Shows cabin pressure altitude in feet x 1000. Small needle indicates barometric altitude in feet x 1000.
11. Rate Knob
Adjusts cabin of change, as shown on Cabin Climb Indicator.
DEC: Establishes minimum change rate of about 50 fpm.
Centered pip (black triangle) position: Establishes change rate of about 300 to 500 fpm.
INC: Establishes maximum change rate of about 2000 fpm.
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12. Automatic Cabin Pressure Control Indicator
Show selected cabin altitude.
13. Barometric correction knob
Sets barometric correction. Moves 28.0 to 31.0 in. Hg scale behind window to show correction applied.
14. Cabin Altitude Knob
- Selects desired cabin altitude.
15. Cabin Rate of Climb Indicator
Shows rate of change in cabin altitude (FPMx1000).
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U12. AIR CONDITIONING PANEL
1. Duct Overheat Light (Amber)
2. Duct Overheat Reset Button
3. Main Duct Overheat Light (Amber)
4. Cabin Air Temperature Indicator
5. Cabin Air Temperature Select Switch
6. Crew Temperature Selector
7. Main Temperature Selector
8,9 Fault Light (White Neon)
10. Cabin Pressure Override Switch
11. Cabin Air Thrust Valve Position Switch
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1. Duct Overheat Light (Amber)
Illuminated
−Duct temperature 195°F or above
−Cabin temperature control valves positioned to full cold
−Automatic system inoperative until reset with reset switch when cooled.
2. Duct Overheat Reset Button
Resets DUCT OVERHEAT or AIR COND UNIT pack OFF condition.
For DUCT OVERHEAT (resets when duct temperature below 190°F)
-Reactivates temperature selector
-CREW or MAIN light goes out.
For AIR COND UNIT pack OFF:
-LEFT and RIGHT pack valve opens
-OFF light goes out.
3. Main Duct Overheat Light (Amber)
- Lights when CREW or MAIN duct temperature over 190°F
- CREW or MAIN temperature selector deactivated
- Temperature control valve automatically driven full cold.
4. Cabin Air Temperature Indicator
Shows °C air temperature of area selected by Cabin air temperature select switch.
5. Cabin Air Temperature Source Selector Switch
Arms TEMP indicator to show temperature of area selected. OR
On some airplanes AIR TEMP selects CABIN or DUCT temperature only.
7. Main Temperature Selector
AUTOMATIC:
- Arms regulator which modulates control valves to maintain selected 65 to 85°F temperature
- Arms FAULT light
MANUAL
- Deactivates regulator
- Deactivates FAULT light
- Allows fast, direct adjustment of control valves.
COOLER
- Drives control valves toward full cold OFF
- Selector spring loaded to this position
- Maintains position of control valves
WARMER
−Drives control valves towards full hot position
8,9. Fault Light (White Neon)
Shows mailfunction of regulator topping or anticipator sensing circuitry.
10. Cabin Pressure Override Switch
NORM (guard down)
-Deactivates FWD VALVE and AFT VALVE switches.
-Forward and aft outflow valves controlled pneumatically.
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OVERRIDE (guard up)
- Arms FWD VALVE and AFT VALVE switches to permit alternate electrical positioning of forward and aft
outflow valves.
11. Cabin Air Thrust Valve Position Switch
NORMAL: Allows the thrust-recovery valves to operate pneumatically.
OFF: Electrically overrides the thrust-recovery valves to closed position.
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FLIGHT ENGINEER LOWER PANEL
W01.
W02.
W04.
W05.
W06.
W07.
FUEL SYSTEM PANEL
FUEL HEATERS PANEL
HYDRAULIC PANEL
ENGINES GAUGES
DOOR ANNUNCIATOR PANEL
AIRBORNE VIBRATION MONITOR
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W01. FUEL SYSTEM PANEL
1-4. Engine 1,2,3,4 Fuel Pressure Gages
5, 6, 9, 54. Engine 2, 3, 1, 4 Valve Position (Transit) Lights (Blue)
7, 8, 14,15. Engine 2, 3, 4, 1 Fuel Shutoff Valve Switches
10-13, 20-23, 36, 37. Fuel Boost Pump Low Pressure Light
16,17,18,19,24,25,26,27,28,29 Fuel Boost Pump Switch
30-33,48,52,55. Fuel Quantity Gage
34, 35,38-41 Fuel Shutoff Valve In Transit Lights (Blue)
42-45. Manifold Valve Switches
46,47. Transfer Valve Switches
49. Push-To-Test Button
50. Totalizer Gage
51. Fuel Temperature Indicator
52. Fuel Quantity Gage
53. Fuel Temperature Selector
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1-4. Engine 1,2,3,4 Fuel Pressure Gages
Indicates pressure at engine-driven fuel pump inlet.
Normal operating pressure is about:
-0 psi, pumps off
-15 psi, main tank pumps on
-40 psi, center tank pumps on.
Fuel pressure decreases as fuel flow increases. Pressure increases after shutdown due to expansion of fuel
trapped in the engine feed line.
5, 6, 9. Engine 2, 3, 1, 4 Valve Position (Transit) Lights (Blue)
ON – during respective valve transit
OFF – Valve corresponds with the switch that activated it.
7, 8, 14,15. Engine 2, 3, 4, 1 Fuel Shutoff Valve Switches
OPEN: Permits fuel flow to engine.
CLOSE: Shuts off fuel flow to engine at the pylon. Valve closes and switch deactivated when fire handle
pulled.
16, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29. Fuel Boost Pump Switch
Control main tank and center tank boost pumps.
10-13, 20-23, 36, 37. Fuel Boost Pump Low Pressure Light (Amber)
On when boost pump pressure is below 6 psi.
30-33, 48, 52. Fuel Quantity Gage
Indicates tank fuel quantity in LBx1000. The small needle indicates LBx100.
34, 35, 38-41. Fuel shutoff Valve In Transit Lights (Blue)
ON – during respective valve transit
OFF – Valve corresponds with the switch that activated it.
42-45. Manifold Valve Switches
Controls manifold valve.
-When turned horizontally, valve closes.
-When turned vertically, valve opens.
46, 47. Transfer Valve Switch
Control reserve-tank transfer valve.
-When turned horizontally, valve closes.
-When turned horizontally, valve closes.
49. Push-To-Test Button
Respective quantity indicator drives toward zero. Pointer returns to original position after switch released.
50. Totalizer Gage
Indicates sum of all fuel quantity indications in LB x 10,000. Small needle indicates in LB x 1000.
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51. Fuel Temperature Gage
−Shows fuel temperature in degrees centigrade at location selected with FUEL TEMP SELECTOR.
−Requires ac power from P7 to operate.
53. Fuel Temperature Selector
−Arms FUEL TEMP gage according to selection.
−When positioned to
ENG 1, 2, 3 OR 4 : FUEL TEMP gage shows temperature of fuel downstream of respective engine's fuel filter.
W02. FUEL HEATERS PANEL
1-4. Fuel Icing Eng. 1,2,3,4 Lights (Amber)
5-8. Fuel Heaters Eng. 1,2,3,4 Switches
1-4. Fuel Icing Eng. 1,2,3,4 Lights (Amber)
Amber warning light that comes on when fuel flow through the filter is restricted by ice crystals or foreign
matter.
5-8. Fuel Heaters Eng. 1,2,3,4 Switches
−Control the fuel-heater bleed-air valve.
−When positioned to
ON: Valve opens, N2 bleed air is ported through the fuel heater.
OFF: Valve closes.
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W04. HYDRAULIC PANEL
1. Engine Oil Quantity Test Switch
2. No Airflow Warning Light
3. Valve Open Light
4. Blower Switch
5. Overboard Dump Valve Switch
6. L.H. Bottle Inactive Light (Red)
7. Engine Start Air Pressure Indicator
8. Hydraulic Reservoir Quantity Gage
9 . Hydraulic Fluid Shutoff Eng No.2 Switch
10. Hydraulic Fluid Shutoff Eng No.3 Switch
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1. Engine Oil Quantity Test Switch
−Spring loaded
−Tests gage circuitry
−When pushed up, all four quantity gages are monitorized to zero.
−When released, gages return to pretest indications.
2. No Airflow Warning Light
ON: Insufficient cooling airflow. Lights within 10 minutes of airflow loss.
3. Valve Open Light
ON: Auto shutoff valve in any open position.
OUT: Auto shutoff valve fully closed.
4. Blower Switch
Provides electrical override of blower operation.
NORM: Blower operates continuously.
OFF: Stops blower.
5. Overboard Dump Valve Switch
Provides outlet to ambient pressure if blower is inoperative.
NORM: Overboard dump valve closed.
OPEN: Overboard dump valve open, bypassing auto shutoff valve in blower discharge duct.
8. Hydraulic Reservoir Quantity Gage
Indicates utility reservoir quantity. 3.2 gal. Line is yellow.
Powered from a RUDDER SEL & OIL QTY ind cb on P5, TR bus No.3
10. Hydraulic Fluid Shutoff Eng No.3 Switch
When positioned to
OPEN: Opens hydraulic fluid shutoff valve to allow fluid to flow from reservoir to pump.
CLOSE: Closes the hydraulic fluid shutoff valve to respective engine-driven pump.
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W05. ENGINES GAUGES
1,2. Source Selector Switches
3-6. No.1, 2, 3, 4 Engine Oil Quantity Gage
7-10 . No.1, 2, 3,4 Engine Oil Temperature
Indicators
11-14. No.1, 2, 3,4 Engine Oil Pressure
Indicators
15-18 . No.1, 2, 3, 4 Engine N2 Tachometers
3-6. No.1, 2, 3, 4 Engine Oil Quantity Gage
−Indicates gallons of oil in respective tank
−Requires ac power from respective numbered bus for operation
7-10. No.1, 2, 3,4 Engine Oil Temperature Indicators
−Shows oil temperature in degrees centigrade
−Requires ac power for operation: No.1,3 and 4 are powered by their respective numbered bus, No. 2 is
powered by P7.
GREEN BAND – Normal operating temperature.
RED RADIAL @ 132°C – Maximum continuous temperature.
RED RADIAL @ 143°C – Maximum time limited temperature.
11-14. No.1, 2, 3,4 Engine Oil Pressure Indicators
−Displays the pressure of the oil being pumped to the engine bearings and gear trains in psi.
−Requires ac power for operation: No.1,3 and 4 are powered by their respective numbered bus, No. 2 is
powered by P7.
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W06. DOOR ANNUNCIATOR PANEL
1-10. Door Warning Annunciation Panel
11. Door Warning Switch
1-10. Door Warning Annunciation Panel
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
FWD Main Door Open Light
AFT Main Door Open Light
FWD Galley Door Open Light
AFT Galley Door Open Light
Radio Access Door Open Light
6. FWD Cargo External Door Open Light
7. AFT Cargo External Door Open Light
8. AFT Cargo Door No.1 Open Light
9. AFT Cargo Door No.2 Open Light
10. Main Cargo Door Open Light
11. Door Warning Switch
The lights indicate the open or closed status of the main entry, galley, radio access, and cargo doors. When
a light is on, the corresponding door is unlocked.
BELL ARMED: this position is deactivated.
OFF: Door warning light system operates normally.
LIGHT TEST: (Momentary) illuminates all door warning lights.
During pretaxi, push to test the door warning lights. Any door with its light on must be visually checked for
closure.
W07. AIRBORNE VIBRATION MONITOR
1-4. No.1, 2, 3, 4 Engine Vibration Indicators
5. Engine Vibration Push-To-Test Button
6. Engine Vibration Pickup Select Switch
7. Engine Vibration Filter Select Switch
5. Engine Vibration Push-To-Test Button
Used in conjunction with Pickup Select switch to check system operation.
6. Engine Vibration Pickup Select Switch
When positioned to TURB or DIFF: Vibration sensed in the selected engine area is displayed on the
respective indicator.
7. Engine Vibration Filter Select Switch
Being removed. If installed, leave in LOW
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SECOND OFFICER’S AUXILIARY PANEL
S01. COOLANT AIR SYSTEM PANEL
S02. AUXILIARY TEMPERATURE CONTROL PANEL
S03. FUEL DUMP PANEL
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S01. COOLANT AIR SYSTEM PANEL
1. Valve Position Indicator
2. Valve Selector Switch
3,4. Left & Right Inlet Valve Switches
5,6. Left & Right Exit Valve Switches
7,8. Left & Right Turbofan Exit Valve Override
Switches
1. Valve Position Indicator
Shows positions of ram air and temperature control valves (set by VALVE SELECTOR switch) in 25%
increments from CLOSED (cold_ to OPEN (hot)
-LH CREW scale displays LH ram air duct valves or cockpit temperature control valve.
-RH MAIN scale displays RH ram air duct valves or main cabin temperature control valve.
Note
Ram inlet is open 12 square inches when indicator shows inlet valve full closed.
2. Valve Selector Switch
Connects VALVE POSITION indicator as follows:
- OFF deactivates the indicator
- INLET gives ram air inlet valve display
- EXIT gives ram air exit valve display
- SEC HEAT EXCH gives secondary heat exchanger valves display
- TURBOFAN EXIT gives turbofan exit valves display
- TEMP CONTROL gives crew and main cabin temperature control valves display
3,4. Left & Right Inlet Valve Switches
Give manual control of left (L) and right (R) ram air inlet valves as follows:
-OPEN runs valve toward open position
-OFF is spring-loaded position
-CLOSE runs valve toward closed position
Note
INLET VALVE switches deactivated and inlet valves overridden open when main
temperature control valve within about 35% of full closed (cold).
5,6. Left & Right Exit Valve Switches
Give manual control of left (L) and right (R) ram air exit valves as follows:
-OPEN runs valve toward open position
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-OFF is spring-loaded position with no valve movement
-CLOSE runs valve toward closed position (if over 90% closed, associated turbofan exit valve will
open)
Note
EXIT VALVE switches deactivated and exit valves overridden open when main cabin
temperature control valve within 35% of full closed (cold).
7,8. Left & Right Turbofan Exit Valve Override Switches
- OPEN overrides left (L) and right (R) turbofan exit valves open in flight.
- NORMAL, valve position controlled by landing gear oleo (SQUAT) switch.
S02. AUXILIARY TEMPERATURE CONTROL PANEL
1. Main Cabin Heating Panels Switch
2. Gasper Air Fan Switch
3. Auxiliary crew heat valve switch
4,5. FWD and MID Zone Indicators
6. Overheat Light
7,8. Cabin Temperature Zone Control Switch
1.
Main Cabin Heating Panels Switch
ON – sends electrical power to heating panels in cargo door.
OFF – removes power from heating panels.
2. Gasper Air Fan Switch
When on, applies power to electric fan in air distribution bay to accelerate airflow through various eyeball
outlets.
3. Auxiliary Crew Heat Valve Switch
Controls valve that allows hot pneumatic air to flow into cockpit distribution duct via an alternate route as
follows:
-OPEN runs valve to open for alternate route of hot air supply.
-OFF is spring-loaded position.
-CLOSE is guarded and saftied with alternate route blocked.
4,5. FWD and MID Zone Indicators
Show zone valve positions and whether air to FWD or MID zones is cooler or warmer than that supplied to
aft zone reference as follows:
-WARMER sector shows amount of FWD or MOD zone valve opening.
-0 (neutral) shows that air being supplied to that zone is same temperature as air being supplied to
aft zone.
-COOLER sector shows amount of aft zone valve opening.
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6. Overheat Light
-When out, shows distribution duct air temperature to three main cabin zones below 190°F
-When illuminated, shows distribution duct temperature to any one main cabin zone over 190°F,
related zone valve overridden closed, and valve manual control deactivated.
7,8. Cabin Temperature Zone Control Switch
These spring-loaded switches operate the zone control valves when moved from center position
-WARMER drives FWD or MID zone valve towards open with relative position shows on FWD or MOD
zone indicator.
-COOLER drives respective zone valve toward closed. When valve closed, drives aft zone valve
toward open, as shown by FWD and MID zone indicator.
S03. FUEL DUMP PANEL
The dump chutes extend from the lower wing surface outboard of the main gear. They must be fully
extended before the dump valves can be opened. Standpipes in the main and center tanks prevent total duel
depletions. The average total dump rate is 3150 pounds per minute. Total undumpable fuel is about 16,900
lb.
1-2. Dump Chute Switches
3-8. Dump Valve Light
9,10 Dump Chute Light
11-16. Fuel Dump Valve Switches
1,2. Dump Chute Switches
RETRACT: Releases downlocks and powers actuators to retract chutes.
OFF: Removes power from chute actuators.
EXTEND: Releases uplatches and powers actuators to extend chutes.
3-8. Dump Valve Light
ON: Dump valve and control switch not in agreement.
OFF: Dump valve and control switch in same position.
9,10 Dump Chute Light
ON: Chute not retracted.
OUT: Chute retracted.
11-16. Fuel Dump Valve Switches
Control main tank and center tank dump valves. Switches 1 and 4 also control adjacent reserve tank
transfer valve.
Armed only when dump chute is down and locked.
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SECOND OFFICER’S AUXILIARY 2 PANEL
S04.
S05.
S06.
S08.
S12.
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OXYGEN PANEL
SERVICE PANEL
LIGHTS CONTROL PANEL
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S04. OXYGEN PRESSURE PANEL
1. Crew Oxygen Gage
2. Passenger Oxygen Gage
1 Crew Oxygen Gage
Indicates pressure in crew oxygen cylinders
2. Passenger Oxygen Gage
Indicates pressure in passenger oxygen cylinders.
S05. OXYGEN PANEL
1. Oxygen Emergency Lever
2. Oxygen Diluter Lever
3. Oxygen Flow Indicator
4. Oxygen Supply Lever
S06. SERVICE PANEL
1. Fuel Flowmeter Reset Button
2. Oxy Mask Mic Switch
3. Service Interphone Switch
4. Flight Recorder Master Switch
2. Oxy Mask Mic Switch
ON: Connects oxygen mask microphone to transmitter selected with MIC SELECTOR button on audio selector
panel.
OFF: Guarded position with oxygen mask microphone inoperative.
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3. Service Interphone Switch
ON: connects ground service locations to interphone system.
4. Flight Recorder Master Switch
ON or TEST: Bypasses oleo relay on the ground.
S08. LIGHTS CONTROL PANEL
1. Upper Panel
Control Switch
Background
Lights
2. Lower Panel
Control Switch
Background
Lights
S12. AUDIO SELECTOR PANEL
1-5, 9-15. Communication Receiver Switches
6. Transmitter Selector
7. Microphone Push-to-talk Switch
8. Mic Selector Switch
1-5, 9-15. Communication Receiver Switches
Switches on each audio selector panel are used to connect audio from a selected facility to the associated
crew member's headphones (or loudspeaker at the Captain's, F/O's stations).
Any one or any combination of audio facilities can be monitored by moving the appropriate switches to the
UP position, provided the emergency audio switch is in NORM position.
6. Transmitter Selector
Selects desired transmitter.
7. Microphone Push-to-talk Switch
Press to transmit through oxygen mask or boom microphone.
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FAILURES
The 707 Captain supports the following failures:
INSTRUMENTS
- Airspeed Indicator failure
- Altimeter failure
- Vertical Speed Indicator failure
SYSTEMS
- Brake Hydraulic Source failure
- Center Gear failure
- Electrical failure
-
Fuel Leak failure
Generator (Eng 1-4) failure
Hydraulic Leak Reservoir 1-4 failure
Hydraulic Pump (Eng 2,3) failure
Hydraulic Pump Elec 1,2 failure
Left Brake failure
Left Gear failure
Pitot Tube failure
Right Brake failure
Right Gear failure
Static Port failure
RADIOS
- ADF1/ADF2 failure
- COM1/COM2 failure
- NAV1/NAV2 failure
ENGINES
-
Complete Failure (Eng 1-4)
Fire (Eng 1-4) - работает(?)
Ignition failure (Eng 1-4)
Oil Leak (Eng 1-4)
Oil System failure (Eng 1-4)
CONTROLS
-
Elevator failure
Left/Right Aileron failure
Left/Right Flap failure
Rudder failure
To set up the failures go FSX menu Aircraft>Failures.
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