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CHAPTER 34
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L.E.P. 1-24 REVISED TO REFLECT THIS REVISION INDICATING


NEW,REVISED, AND/OR DELETED PAGES
T. OF C. REVISED TO REFLECT THIS REVISION
1- 53
34-00-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED
3 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 240-249, 251-299, 313-399,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

34-10-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 3- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 240-249, 251-299, 313-399,
4 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

34-10-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


201, 203- CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204, 207- 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
208, 210, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
219- 220, 528-599,
223 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

34-10-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


301- 326 MOD.20653P1014 INCORPORATED ALL
NAVIGATION - REPLACE PITOT PROBES.
LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED ALL
DELETION OF CALL OUT POST SB 34-1354 01 ALL
NAVIGATION - SENSORS, POWER SUPPLY AND SWITCH
ING - INSTALL THALES PITOT PROBES P/N C16195B
A.
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

34-10-00 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,


502, 507, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
513 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,

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528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

34-11-00 01 REPRINTED 001-049, 101-105, 151-199,


2 201-203,

34-11-00 02 MOD.38480P10660 INCORPORATED 524-526, 528-599,


1- 31 NAVIGATION - ADIRU - INSTALL HONEYWELL
ADIRU BLOCK III STANDARD L3.5
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 524-526, 528-599,

34-11-00 03 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 15, REPRINTED 051-099, 106-149, 204-249,
17- 26, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
28- 29, 501-509, 511-523,
31- 37 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 051-099, 106-149, 204-249,
251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-523,

34-11-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


508- 509, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED
512, 514, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 240-249, 251-299, 313-399,
516- 517, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
526- 529

34-11-15 MOD.20446P1579 REMOVED ALL


401- 403, ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION - PROBE HEAT COMPU-
406, 408- TER - REPLACE POWER SUPPLY COMPUTERS.
412 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
ADDED WARNING 3439 IN PARA. 4.A.(12).
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED ALL
WARNING/NOTE/REASON FOR THE JOB AMENDED ALL
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 051-099, 239-249, 251-299,
311-399, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

34-11-15 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


602, 604- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 201-249, 251-299,
608 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

34-11-16 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 407, MOD.20446P1579 REMOVED ALL
410- 415 ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION - PROBE HEAT COMPU-
TER - REPLACE POWER SUPPLY COMPUTERS.

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CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
ADDED WARNING RELATED TO SPECIFIED SEQUENCE
FOR CIRCUIT BREAKER OPENING.
REPRINTED 001-049, 051-099, 101-105,
151-199, 201-220, 236-238,
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED ALL
WARNING/NOTE/REASON FOR THE JOB AMENDED ALL
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 051-099, 106-149, 159-199,
211-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

34-11-17 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401, 403- CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
404, 408- 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
410, 412- 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
413 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 103-149, 151-199,
203-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

34-11-17 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,


503 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

34-11-18 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 404, MOD.20446P1579 REMOVED ALL
406, 408- ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION - PROBE HEAT COMPU-
410, 413- TER - REPLACE POWER SUPPLY COMPUTERS.
414 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
ADDED WARNING RELATED TO SPECIFIED SEQUENCE
FOR CIRCUIT BREAKER OPENING.
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED ALL
WARNING/NOTE/REASON FOR THE JOB AMENDED ALL
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 051-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

34-11-18 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


502- 503, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
505 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,

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401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

34-11-18 MOD.20446P1579 REMOVED ALL


602- 603 ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION - PROBE HEAT COMPU-
TER - REPLACE POWER SUPPLY COMPUTERS.
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED ALL
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 051-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

34-11-19 MOD.20446P1579 REMOVED ALL


401- 413 ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION - PROBE HEAT COMPU-
TER - REPLACE POWER SUPPLY COMPUTERS.
CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
ADDED WARNING W34/44 RELATED TO THE DRAIN HOL
E.
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED ALL
WARNING/NOTE/REASON FOR THE JOB AMENDED ALL
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

34-12-00 02 MOD.30368P6578 INCORPORATED 524-526, 528-599,


1- 29 INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEMS-
EIS-INSTALL DMC, DU AND DISKETTES
FOR EIS2
MOD.38480P10660 INCORPORATED 524-526, 528-599,
NAVIGATION - ADIRU - INSTALL HONEYWELL
ADIRU BLOCK III STANDARD L3.5
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 524-526, 528-599,

34-12-00 03 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 3, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 051-099, 106-149, 204-249,
5- 7, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
9- 10, 501-509, 511-523,
14- 19,
21- 24,
28- 31,
33, 35-
36, 38-
41

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34-12-34 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,


402- 403, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
406- 407 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

34-12-34 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


606 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 240-249, 251-299, 313-399,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

34-12-51 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL


402, 405, MODIFIED TOLERANCE VALUES FOR X AND Y.
407, 411- TOOL DESIGNATION(S) DATA UPDATED ALL
413 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

34-13-00 02 MOD.38480P10660 INCORPORATED 524-526, 528-599,


1- 55 NAVIGATION - ADIRU - INSTALL HONEYWELL
ADIRU BLOCK III STANDARD L3.5
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 524-526, 528-599,

34-13-00 03 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 3- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 051-099, 106-149, 204-249,
17, 19- 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
30, 38- 501-509, 511-523,
77

34-13-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


404- 405 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 240-249, 251-299, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

34-13-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


502, 505, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 151-199, 301-399, 401-499,
510, 516- MODIFIED NOTE IN PARA.4
520, 528, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
531, 533- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
534, 536, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
540- 541, 511-526, 528-599,

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543- 546, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
554- 555, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
557, 567- 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
570, 574- 511-526, 528-599,
577, 597,
A502-A505,
A507-A509,
A513-A514,
A521-A524,
A531-A532,
A539-A543

34-13-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 221-235, 239-249,


603 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

34-14-00 02 MOD.33240P8194 INCORPORATED 524-526, 528-599,


1- 68 NAVIGATION - ADIRS
ACTIVATE ALIGNMENT IMPROVEMENT FUNCTION
ON ADIRU
MOD.38480P10660 INCORPORATED 524-526, 528-599,
NAVIGATION - ADIRU - INSTALL HONEYWELL
ADIRU BLOCK III STANDARD L3.5
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 524-526, 528-599,

34-14-00 03 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 3, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 051-099, 106-149, 204-249,
5- 7, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
11- 14, 501-509, 511-523,
16- 19,
21, 23-
25, 28-
31, 34-
39, 54-
65, 68-
72, 75,
78-A041

34-14-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


502- 503, MOD.38480P10660 INCORPORATED 524-526, 528-599,
505, 509- NAVIGATION - ADIRU - INSTALL HONEYWELL
510, 513, ADIRU BLOCK III STANDARD L3.5
515, 517, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
519- 520, MODIFIED STEP (5). ADDED (IR2) (IR3). 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
522- 549 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-523,
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,

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301-399, 401-499, 501-509,


511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

34-15-21 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 240-249, 251-299, 313-399,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

34-18-00 02 MOD.38480P10660 INCORPORATED 524-526, 528-599,


1- 50 NAVIGATION - ADIRU - INSTALL HONEYWELL
ADIRU BLOCK III STANDARD L3.5
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 524-526, 528-599,

34-18-00 03 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 3- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 051-099, 106-149, 204-249,
8, 10, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
12- 13, 501-509, 511-523,
15, 17,
19, 21-
23, 26,
28- 29,
32, 34,
36, 38,
41- 42,
44- 74,
76

34-20-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


501 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 106-149, 221-235, 239-249,
251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 221-235, 239-249,
251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

34-21-00 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-049, 051-099, 101-105,


505, 507- ADDED NOTE IN PARA.4A. 151-199, 201-220, 236-238,
508, 523

34-21-22 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-049, 051-099, 101-105,


401- 402, ADDED EXTRACTING TOOL REFERENCE F1402369. 151-199, 201-220, 236-238,
405- 406

34-21-25 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-049, 051-099, 101-105,


401- 402 ADDED EXTRACTING TOOL REFERENCE F1402369.

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34-21-26 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-049, 051-099, 101-105,


401- 402 ADDED EXTRACTING TOOL REFERENCE F1402369. 151-199, 201-220, 236-238,

34-22-00 02 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 27, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 106-149, 221-235, 239-249,
29- 44 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 221-235, 239-249,
251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

34-22-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


503, 507- LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
508, 511- 151-199, 201-239, 301-312,
533, 535- 401-499,
536 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

34-22-23 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 402, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
404- 406 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

34-22-24 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-049, 051-099, 101-105,


401- 404, ADDED EXTRACTING TOOL REFERENCE F1402369. 151-199, 201-220, 236-238,
407- 408

34-22-25 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


301- 307 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 221-235, 239-249,
251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

34-22-25 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 402, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 106-149, 221-235, 239-249,
404- 411 ADDED EXTRACTING TOOL REFERENCE F1402369. 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 106-149, 221-235, 239-249,
251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 221-235, 239-249,

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251-299, 301-399, 401-499,


501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

34-22-25 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


501- 510, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 106-149, 221-235, 239-249,
515- 523 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 221-235, 239-249,
251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

34-22-25 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


601- 603 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 106-149, 221-235, 239-249,
251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 221-235, 239-249,
251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

34-22-25 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


701- 703 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 221-235, 239-249,
251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

34-36-00 03 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 51 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 101-149, 151-199,
201-234, 236-249, 251-299,
301-307, 312-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 101-149, 151-199,
201-234, 236-249, 251-299,
301-307, 312-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

34-36-00 03 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


501- 519 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 101-149, 151-199,
201-234, 236-249, 251-299,
301-307, 312-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 101-149, 151-199,
201-234, 236-249, 251-299,
301-307, 312-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

34-36-11 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 051-099, 239-249, 251-299,


402, 407, 311-399, 501-509, 511-526,
409- 410 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,

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151-199, 201-234, 236-249,


251-299, 301-307, 311-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

34-36-16 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
405, 408, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
410, 414, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
417- 418 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

34-36-18 LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED ALL


402, 406- CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 051-099, 239-249, 251-299,
407, 409- 311-399, 501-509, 511-526,
410 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-234, 236-249,
251-299, 301-307, 311-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

34-36-31 01 MOD.26377P4789 INCORPORATED ALL


407- 430 NAVIGATION - ILS - INSTALL ADDITIONAL
WIRING PROVISIONS FOR MMR INSTALLATION
MOD.28655P6042 INCORPORATED ALL
ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC COMMON INSTALLATION
- STANDARDIZE CIRCUIT BREAKERS FUNCTIONAL
DESIGNATION PLACARDS
MOD.37446P10134 INCORPORATED 001-049, 101-149, 151-199,
NAVIGATION - ILS (MMR)- INSTALL THALES 201-234, 236-249, 251-299,
MMR STANDARD P/N TLS755-01-0102A 301-307, 312-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
SB 34-1147 21 INCORPORATED ALL
NAVIGATION - ILS - REMOVE ILS COMPUTER AND IN
STALL ADDITIONAL WIRING PROVISIONS FOR MMR IN
STALLATION
SB 34-1373 INCORPORATED 001-049, 101-149, 151-199,
NAVIGATION - ILS (MMR) - INSTALL THALES MMR S 201-234, 236-249, 251-299,
TANDARD P/N TLS755-01-0102A. 301-307, 312-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED ALL

34-41-00 03 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 7, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 051-099, 239-249, 251-299,

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14- 16, 311-399, 501-509, 511-526,


21, 23, 528-599,
27, 29, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
31- 33, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
38- 39, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
45, 50- 511-526, 528-599,
53, 57-
64, 66-
68, 71-
72, 74-
75, 78-
79, 81,
85- 86,
93, 97,
A001-A004,
A008,A012,
A025-A027,
A030,A032-
A033,A039-
A044,A049-
A050,A054,
A058,A063,
A065,A067,
A072,A079-
A083

34-41-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


503- 504, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 051-099, 239-249, 251-299,
509- 512, 311-399, 501-509, 511-526,
520, 528- 528-599,
530, 533, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 051-099, 106-149, 151-199,
536, 539, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
543 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

34-41-11 03 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
406, 408- ADDED TORQUE VALUES. 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
415 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 051-099, 239-249, 251-299,
311-399, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 051-099, 106-149, 201-249,
251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

34-41-12 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED

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401- 402, MOD.34315P8614 INCORPORATED 106-149, 229-235, 239-249,


404, 406- NAVIGATION - WEATHER RADAR SYSTEM - 251-299, 302-399, 401-499,
409 DEACTIVATE THE LINK BETWEEN WXR2-EGPWS 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
(2ND PART: DEACTIVATION OF THE DISCRET)
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 051-099, 239-249, 251-299,
311-399, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

34-41-33 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 403, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 051-099, 239-249, 251-299,
405- 407 311-399, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 051-099, 239-249, 251-299,
311-399, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

34-41-37 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 402, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 051-099, 106-149, 151-199,
404, 406- 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
407, 409, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
413- 414 528-599,

34-41-41 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 051-099, 239-249, 251-299,


401, 408 311-399, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 051-099, 239-249, 251-299,
311-399, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

34-42-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 2, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
5 201-249, 251-299, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

34-42-11 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 427 MOD.150716P11728 INCORPORATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
NAVIGATION - RADIO ALTIMETER - INSTALL 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
A NEW GASKET BETWEEN RADIO ALTI ANTENNA 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
AND A/C SKIN 511-526, 528-599,
SIL34-0069 01 REMOVED/REJECTED ALL
NAVIGATION - NEW TEFLON SEAL FOR LLRA
MICROSTRIP ANTENNAS
LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED ALL
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,

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151-199, 201-249, 251-299,


301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

34-43-00 01 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


6- 8, REPRINTED 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
11- 12, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
14, 18, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
23- 26, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
30, 32- 511-526, 528-599,
34, 46-
48, 50-
51, 58,
67- 70,
72- 73,
83, 85,
95- 99,
A006-A007,
A015,A018-
A019,A035,
A041-A042,
A046,A048-
A049,A051,
A054,A062,
A064,A069,
A075,A079,
A082,A084,
A087-A089,
A091-A092,
A094-A095,
B000,B007-
B008

34-43-00 01 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


307- 311 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 106-149, 151-199, 201-249,
251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 151-199, 201-249,
251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

34-43-00 01 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


502- 503, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
506, 512- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 101-105, 151-199,
513 234-235, 239-249, 251-299,
305-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

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34-43-11 01 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 404, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 101-105, 151-199,
411- 413 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

34-48-00 01 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


12- 13, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
17, 19, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
22, 29- 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
30, 32, 511-526, 528-599,
38, 40,
42,A001-
A006,A027,
A032,A034,
A037,A054-
A057,A065,
A068,A070-
A071,A076,
A092,A097-
B000,B008,
B013,B015,
B044,B054,
B062,B065-
B066,B076-
B077,B084-
B086,B089-
B090

34-48-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


502, 513- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-061, 101-149,
514, 517- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
526, 528- 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
530 511-526, 528-599,

34-51-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


6, 11, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 051-099, 106-149, 201-249,
20- 23, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
25- 26, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
32, 35-
36, 39,
43- 44,
46- 47,
50, 52,
56- 58

34-51-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


506, 508, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 251-299, 501-509, 511-526,
510, 512, 528-599,
518- 519

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34-52-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


5- 6, REPRINTED ALL
9, 11, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
13- 14, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
19- 20, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
22, 35- 511-526, 528-599,
36, 38-
39, 66,
83- 91,
94, 96-
A049

34-52-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


502- 503, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 101-149, 151-199,
512, 520, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
530, 534- 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
539 528-599,

34-52-33 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 403, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
406- 407 151-199, 211-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

34-53-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 2, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
4, 7, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
11- 12, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
14- 15, 511-526, 528-599,
17, 19-
21, 23,
26, 32-
36, 39,
41, 44-
45, 47,
49- 50,
52- 53,
55- 61

34-53-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


501- 502, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
506- 507, 151-199, 201-249, 301-399,
512- 516, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
519 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,

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511-526, 528-599,

34-53-11 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 403, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
407, 409- 151-199, 201-249, 301-399,
411 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

34-53-31 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 403, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
406- 407 151-199, 201-249, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

34-55-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


2- 3, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
10, 15, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
22- 25, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
27, 29- 528-599,
30, 32,
36, 39-
44, 48,
52, 55,
57, 60,
62- 65

34-55-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


501- 502, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-105,
509- 510, 151-199, 251-299, 501-509,
515- 517, 511-526, 528-599,
524- 526

34-55-18 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 403, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
406 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

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LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES


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N, R or D indicates pages which are New, Revised or Deleted respectively
Remove and insert the affected pages and complete the Record of Revisions and
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RECORD T. of C. R 38 Feb01/10 34-10-00 212 Aug01/08


OF TEMP. T. of C. R 39 Feb01/10 34-10-00 213 Feb01/08
REVISION T. of C. R 40 Feb01/10 34-10-00 214 Feb01/08
T. of C. R 41 Feb01/10 34-10-00 215 Feb01/08
L.E.P. R 1-24 Feb01/10 T. of C. R 42 Feb01/10 34-10-00 216 Feb01/08
T. of C. R 1 Feb01/10 T. of C. R 43 Feb01/10 34-10-00 217 Feb01/08
T. of C. R 2 Feb01/10 T. of C. R 44 Feb01/10 34-10-00 218 Feb01/08
T. of C. R 3 Feb01/10 T. of C. R 45 Feb01/10 34-10-00 R 219 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 4 Feb01/10 T. of C. R 46 Feb01/10 34-10-00 R 220 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 5 Feb01/10 T. of C. R 47 Feb01/10 34-10-00 221 Feb01/08
T. of C. R 6 Feb01/10 T. of C. R 48 Feb01/10 34-10-00 222 Feb01/08
T. of C. R 7 Feb01/10 T. of C. R 49 Feb01/10 34-10-00 R 223 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 8 Feb01/10 T. of C. R 50 Feb01/10 34-10-00 R 301 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 9 Feb01/10 T. of C. R 51 Feb01/10 34-10-00 R 302 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 10 Feb01/10 T. of C. N 52 Feb01/10 34-10-00 R 303 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 11 Feb01/10 T. of C. N 53 Feb01/10 34-10-00 R 304 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 12 Feb01/10 34-10-00 R 305 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 13 Feb01/10 34-00-00 1 Feb01/08 34-10-00 R 306 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 14 Feb01/10 34-00-00 2 May01/02 34-10-00 R 307 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 15 Feb01/10 34-00-00 R 3 Feb01/10 34-10-00 R 308 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 16 Feb01/10 34-00-00 4 Feb01/08 34-10-00 R 309 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 17 Feb01/10 34-00-00 5 Feb01/08 34-10-00 R 310 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 18 Feb01/10 34-00-00 6 Feb01/08 34-10-00 R 311 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 19 Feb01/10 34-00-00 7 Feb01/08 34-10-00 R 312 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 20 Feb01/10 34-00-00 8 Feb01/08 34-10-00 R 313 Feb01/10
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T. of C. R 22 Feb01/10 34-10-00 R 315 Feb01/10
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T. of C. R 25 Feb01/10 34-10-00 R 3 Feb01/10 34-10-00 R 318 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 26 Feb01/10 34-10-00 R 4 Feb01/10 34-10-00 R 319 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 27 Feb01/10 34-10-00 R 201 Feb01/10 34-10-00 R 320 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 28 Feb01/10 34-10-00 202 Nov01/05 34-10-00 R 321 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 29 Feb01/10 34-10-00 R 203 Feb01/10 34-10-00 R 322 Feb01/10
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T. of C. R 34 Feb01/10 34-10-00 R 208 Feb01/10 34-10-00 401 May01/04
T. of C. R 35 Feb01/10 34-10-00 209 Feb01/08 34-10-00 402 May01/04
T. of C. R 36 Feb01/10 34-10-00 R 210 Feb01/10 34-10-00 501 Feb01/98
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34-10-00 504 Feb01/00 34-11-00 02 N 3 Feb01/10 34-11-00 03 R 23 Feb01/10
34-10-00 505 Feb01/98 34-11-00 02 N 4 Feb01/10 34-11-00 03 R 24 Feb01/10
34-10-00 506 Feb01/01 34-11-00 02 N 5 Feb01/10 34-11-00 03 R 25 Feb01/10
34-10-00 R 507 Feb01/10 34-11-00 02 N 6 Feb01/10 34-11-00 03 R 26 Feb01/10
34-10-00 508 May01/04 34-11-00 02 N 7 Feb01/10 34-11-00 03 27 Feb01/08
34-10-00 509 Nov01/00 34-11-00 02 N 8 Feb01/10 34-11-00 03 R 28 Feb01/10
34-10-00 510 Nov01/00 34-11-00 02 N 9 Feb01/10 34-11-00 03 R 29 Feb01/10
34-10-00 511 Nov01/00 34-11-00 02 N 10 Feb01/10 34-11-00 03 30 Nov01/07
34-10-00 512 May01/08 34-11-00 02 N 11 Feb01/10 34-11-00 03 R 31 Feb01/10
34-10-00 R 513 Feb01/10 34-11-00 02 N 12 Feb01/10 34-11-00 03 R 32 Feb01/10
34-10-00 514 Aug01/08 34-11-00 02 N 13 Feb01/10 34-11-00 03 R 33 Feb01/10
34-10-00 515 May01/08 34-11-00 02 N 14 Feb01/10 34-11-00 03 R 34 Feb01/10
34-10-00 516 May01/08 34-11-00 02 N 15 Feb01/10 34-11-00 03 R 35 Feb01/10
34-10-00 517 May01/04 34-11-00 02 N 16 Feb01/10 34-11-00 03 R 36 Feb01/10
34-11-00 02 N 17 Feb01/10 34-11-00 03 N 37 Feb01/10
34-11-00 01 1 May01/05 34-11-00 02 N 18 Feb01/10 34-11-00 501 Aug01/09
34-11-00 01 R 2 Feb01/10 34-11-00 02 N 19 Feb01/10 34-11-00 502 Feb01/02
34-11-00 01 3 May01/05 34-11-00 02 N 20 Feb01/10 34-11-00 503 Aug01/09
34-11-00 01 4 May01/05 34-11-00 02 N 21 Feb01/10 34-11-00 504 Feb01/09
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34-11-00 01 6 May01/05 34-11-00 02 N 23 Feb01/10 34-11-00 506 Feb01/02
34-11-00 01 7 May01/05 34-11-00 02 N 24 Feb01/10 34-11-00 507 Feb01/98
34-11-00 01 8 May01/05 34-11-00 02 N 25 Feb01/10 34-11-00 R 508 Feb01/10
34-11-00 01 9 May01/05 34-11-00 02 N 26 Feb01/10 34-11-00 R 509 Feb01/10
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34-11-00 01 17 May01/05 34-11-00 03 R 3 Feb01/10 34-11-00 R 517 Feb01/10
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34-11-00 01 29 May01/05 34-11-00 03 R 15 Feb01/10 34-11-00 R 529 Feb01/10
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34-11-15 501 Feb01/98 34-11-17 504 Feb01/00 34-12-00 01 5 May01/05
34-11-15 502 May01/00 34-11-18 R 401 Feb01/10 34-12-00 01 6 Nov01/05
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34-11-15 601 Nov01/09 34-11-18 R 403 Feb01/10 34-12-00 01 8 Nov01/05
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34-11-15 R 605 Feb01/10 34-11-18 407 May01/08 34-12-00 01 12 Nov01/05
34-11-15 R 606 Feb01/10 34-11-18 R 408 Feb01/10 34-12-00 01 13 Nov01/05
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34-11-16 R 401 Feb01/10 34-11-18 412 Nov01/09 34-12-00 01 17 Nov01/05
34-11-16 R 402 Feb01/10 34-11-18 R 413 Feb01/10 34-12-00 01 18 Nov01/05
34-11-16 R 403 Feb01/10 34-11-18 R 414 Feb01/10 34-12-00 01 19 Nov01/05
34-11-16 R 404 Feb01/10 34-11-18 415 Nov01/09 34-12-00 01 20 Nov01/05
34-11-16 R 405 Feb01/10 34-11-18 501 Feb01/09 34-12-00 01 21 Nov01/05
34-11-16 R 406 Feb01/10 34-11-18 R 502 Feb01/10 34-12-00 01 22 Nov01/05
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34-51-00 502 Nov01/08 34-52-00 18 May01/09 34-52-00 69 May01/09
34-51-00 503 Feb01/98 34-52-00 R 19 Feb01/10 34-52-00 70 Nov01/07
34-51-00 504 May01/05 34-52-00 R 20 Feb01/10 34-52-00 71 Nov01/07
34-51-00 505 Nov01/08 34-52-00 21 May01/09 34-52-00 72 Nov01/07
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34-51-00 R 508 Feb01/10 34-52-00 24 May01/09 34-52-00 75 May01/09
34-51-00 509 Nov01/08 34-52-00 25 May01/09 34-52-00 76 May01/09
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34-51-00 511 Aug01/08 34-52-00 27 May01/09 34-52-00 78 May01/09
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34-51-00 520 Aug01/08 34-52-00 R 36 Feb01/10 34-52-00 R 87 Feb01/10
34-51-11 401 Feb01/98 34-52-00 37 May01/09 34-52-00 R 88 Feb01/10
34-51-11 402 Feb01/98 34-52-00 R 38 Feb01/10 34-52-00 R 89 Feb01/10
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34-51-11 404 Feb01/98 34-52-00 40 May01/09 34-52-00 R 91 Feb01/10
34-51-11 405 Feb01/09 34-52-00 41 May01/09 34-52-00 92 May01/09
34-51-11 406 Aug01/08 34-52-00 42 May01/09 34-52-00 93 May01/09
34-51-11 407 Aug01/08 34-52-00 43 May01/09 34-52-00 R 94 Feb01/10
34-51-11 408 Aug01/07 34-52-00 44 May01/09 34-52-00 95 May01/09
34-51-33 401 Feb01/98 34-52-00 45 May01/09 34-52-00 R 96 Feb01/10
34-51-33 402 Feb01/98 34-52-00 46 May01/09 34-52-00 R 97 Feb01/10
34-51-33 403 Feb01/98 34-52-00 47 May01/09 34-52-00 R 98 Feb01/10
34-51-33 404 Feb01/02 34-52-00 48 May01/09 34-52-00 R 99 Feb01/10
34-51-33 405 Feb01/98 34-52-00 49 May01/09 34-52-00 R A 0 Feb01/10
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34-52-00 3 Nov01/08 34-52-00 54 May01/09 34-52-00 R A 5 Feb01/10
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34-52-00 7 May01/09 34-52-00 58 May01/09 34-52-00 R A 9 Feb01/10
34-52-00 8 May01/09 34-52-00 59 May01/09 34-52-00 R A 10 Feb01/10
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34-52-00 10 May01/09 34-52-00 61 May01/09 34-52-00 R A 12 Feb01/10
34-52-00 R 11 Feb01/10 34-52-00 62 May01/09 34-52-00 R A 13 Feb01/10
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34-52-00 R A 26 Feb01/10 34-52-00 525 May01/07 34-53-00 10 May01/09
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34-52-00 R A 29 Feb01/10 34-52-00 528 May01/07 34-53-00 13 May01/09
34-52-00 R A 30 Feb01/10 34-52-00 529 Aug01/09 34-53-00 R 14 Feb01/10
34-52-00 R A 31 Feb01/10 34-52-00 R 530 Feb01/10 34-53-00 R 15 Feb01/10
34-52-00 R A 32 Feb01/10 34-52-00 531 May01/07 34-53-00 16 May01/09
34-52-00 R A 33 Feb01/10 34-52-00 532 May01/07 34-53-00 R 17 Feb01/10
34-52-00 R A 34 Feb01/10 34-52-00 533 Aug01/09 34-53-00 18 May01/09
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34-52-00 R A 38 Feb01/10 34-52-00 R 537 Feb01/10 34-53-00 22 Nov01/09
34-52-00 R A 39 Feb01/10 34-52-00 R 538 Feb01/10 34-53-00 R 23 Feb01/10
34-52-00 R A 40 Feb01/10 34-52-00 R 539 Feb01/10 34-53-00 24 Nov01/09
34-52-00 R A 41 Feb01/10 34-52-00 540 May01/07 34-53-00 25 Nov01/09
34-52-00 R A 42 Feb01/10 34-52-00 541 May01/07 34-53-00 R 26 Feb01/10
34-52-00 R A 43 Feb01/10 34-52-00 542 May01/07 34-53-00 27 Nov01/09
34-52-00 R A 44 Feb01/10 34-52-00 543 May01/07 34-53-00 28 Aug01/09
34-52-00 R A 45 Feb01/10 34-52-11 401 Feb01/98 34-53-00 29 Nov01/09
34-52-00 R A 46 Feb01/10 34-52-11 402 Feb01/03 34-53-00 30 Nov01/09
34-52-00 R A 47 Feb01/10 34-52-11 403 Feb01/98 34-53-00 31 Nov01/09
34-52-00 R A 48 Feb01/10 34-52-11 404 Feb01/98 34-53-00 R 32 Feb01/10
34-52-00 N A 49 Feb01/10 34-52-11 405 Feb01/09 34-53-00 R 33 Feb01/10
34-52-00 201 Aug01/07 34-52-11 406 Feb01/09 34-53-00 R 34 Feb01/10
34-52-00 202 Aug01/07 34-52-11 407 Feb01/09 34-53-00 R 35 Feb01/10
34-52-00 203 Aug01/07 34-52-11 408 Feb01/09 34-53-00 R 36 Feb01/10
34-52-00 501 May01/08 34-52-11 409 Feb01/09 34-53-00 37 Aug01/09
34-52-00 R 502 Feb01/10 34-52-12 401 Feb01/03 34-53-00 38 Aug01/09
34-52-00 R 503 Feb01/10 34-52-12 402 Nov01/01 34-53-00 R 39 Feb01/10
34-52-00 504 Feb01/04 34-52-12 403 Feb01/98 34-53-00 40 Aug01/09
34-52-00 505 Feb01/04 34-52-12 404 Feb01/03 34-53-00 R 41 Feb01/10
34-52-00 506 May01/04 34-52-12 405 Feb01/98 34-53-00 42 Aug01/09
34-52-00 507 Nov01/07 34-52-33 R 401 Feb01/10 34-53-00 43 Aug01/09
34-52-00 508 Nov01/07 34-52-33 R 402 Feb01/10 34-53-00 R 44 Feb01/10
34-52-00 509 Nov01/07 34-52-33 R 403 Feb01/10 34-53-00 R 45 Feb01/10
34-52-00 510 Nov01/07 34-52-33 404 Aug01/02 34-53-00 46 Aug01/09
34-52-00 511 May01/07 34-52-33 405 Feb01/99 34-53-00 R 47 Feb01/10
34-52-00 R 512 Feb01/10 34-52-33 R 406 Feb01/10 34-53-00 48 Nov01/09
34-52-00 513 May01/07 34-52-33 R 407 Feb01/10 34-53-00 R 49 Feb01/10
34-52-00 514 May01/07 34-52-33 408 Feb01/99 34-53-00 R 50 Feb01/10
34-52-00 515 May01/07 34-52-33 409 Feb01/02 34-53-00 51 Nov01/09

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34-53-00 R 53 Feb01/10 34-55-00 R 2 Feb01/10 34-55-00 53 Nov01/07
34-53-00 54 Nov01/09 34-55-00 R 3 Feb01/10 34-55-00 54 Nov01/09
34-53-00 R 55 Feb01/10 34-55-00 4 Aug01/05 34-55-00 R 55 Feb01/10
34-53-00 R 56 Feb01/10 34-55-00 5 May01/04 34-55-00 56 Nov01/07
34-53-00 R 57 Feb01/10 34-55-00 6 May01/05 34-55-00 R 57 Feb01/10
34-53-00 R 58 Feb01/10 34-55-00 7 May01/05 34-55-00 58 Nov01/07
34-53-00 R 59 Feb01/10 34-55-00 8 May01/05 34-55-00 59 Nov01/07
34-53-00 R 60 Feb01/10 34-55-00 9 Nov01/08 34-55-00 R 60 Feb01/10
34-53-00 R 61 Feb01/10 34-55-00 R 10 Feb01/10 34-55-00 61 Nov01/07
34-53-00 R 501 Feb01/10 34-55-00 11 May01/05 34-55-00 R 62 Feb01/10
34-53-00 R 502 Feb01/10 34-55-00 12 May01/05 34-55-00 R 63 Feb01/10
34-53-00 503 Feb01/98 34-55-00 13 Nov01/08 34-55-00 R 64 Feb01/10
34-53-00 504 Nov01/08 34-55-00 14 Nov01/08 34-55-00 R 65 Feb01/10
34-53-00 505 May01/09 34-55-00 R 15 Feb01/10 34-55-00 R 501 Feb01/10
34-53-00 R 506 Feb01/10 34-55-00 16 Nov01/07 34-55-00 R 502 Feb01/10
34-53-00 R 507 Feb01/10 34-55-00 17 Nov01/07 34-55-00 503 Feb01/98
34-53-00 508 May01/09 34-55-00 18 Nov01/08 34-55-00 504 Nov01/08
34-53-00 509 May01/09 34-55-00 19 Nov01/08 34-55-00 505 Nov01/08
34-53-00 510 May01/09 34-55-00 20 Nov01/08 34-55-00 506 Nov01/08
34-53-00 511 May01/09 34-55-00 21 Nov01/08 34-55-00 507 Nov01/08
34-53-00 R 512 Feb01/10 34-55-00 R 22 Feb01/10 34-55-00 508 Nov01/08
34-53-00 R 513 Feb01/10 34-55-00 R 23 Feb01/10 34-55-00 R 509 Feb01/10
34-53-00 R 514 Feb01/10 34-55-00 R 24 Feb01/10 34-55-00 R 510 Feb01/10
34-53-00 R 515 Feb01/10 34-55-00 R 25 Feb01/10 34-55-00 511 Nov01/08
34-53-00 R 516 Feb01/10 34-55-00 26 Nov01/07 34-55-00 512 Nov01/07
34-53-00 517 May01/09 34-55-00 R 27 Feb01/10 34-55-00 513 Nov01/08
34-53-00 518 May01/09 34-55-00 28 Nov01/09 34-55-00 514 Nov01/07
34-53-00 R 519 Feb01/10 34-55-00 R 29 Feb01/10 34-55-00 R 515 Feb01/10
34-53-00 520 May01/09 34-55-00 R 30 Feb01/10 34-55-00 R 516 Feb01/10
34-53-11 R 401 Feb01/10 34-55-00 31 Nov01/09 34-55-00 R 517 Feb01/10
34-53-11 R 402 Feb01/10 34-55-00 R 32 Feb01/10 34-55-00 518 Nov01/07
34-53-11 R 403 Feb01/10 34-55-00 33 Nov01/09 34-55-00 519 Nov01/07
34-53-11 404 Aug01/09 34-55-00 34 Nov01/09 34-55-00 520 Nov01/07
34-53-11 405 May01/09 34-55-00 35 Nov01/09 34-55-00 521 Nov01/08
34-53-11 406 May01/04 34-55-00 R 36 Feb01/10 34-55-00 522 Nov01/08
34-53-11 R 407 Feb01/10 34-55-00 37 Nov01/09 34-55-00 523 Nov01/08
34-53-11 408 Aug01/08 34-55-00 38 Nov01/09 34-55-00 R 524 Feb01/10
34-53-11 R 409 Feb01/10 34-55-00 R 39 Feb01/10 34-55-00 R 525 Feb01/10
34-53-11 R 410 Feb01/10 34-55-00 R 40 Feb01/10 34-55-00 R 526 Feb01/10
34-53-11 R 411 Feb01/10 34-55-00 R 41 Feb01/10 34-55-00 527 Nov01/07
34-53-11 412 May01/09 34-55-00 R 42 Feb01/10 34-55-00 528 Nov01/07
34-53-11 413 May01/04 34-55-00 R 43 Feb01/10 34-55-00 529 Nov01/07
34-53-31 R 401 Feb01/10 34-55-00 R 44 Feb01/10 34-55-11 401 May01/05
34-53-31 R 402 Feb01/10 34-55-00 45 Nov01/07 34-55-11 402 May01/05
34-53-31 R 403 Feb01/10 34-55-00 46 Nov01/07 34-55-11 403 Feb01/98
34-53-31 404 May01/09 34-55-00 47 Nov01/07 34-55-11 404 Feb01/98
34-53-31 405 May01/09 34-55-00 R 48 Feb01/10 34-55-11 405 May01/05
34-53-31 R 406 Feb01/10 34-55-00 49 Nov01/07 34-55-11 406 May01/07
34-53-31 R 407 Feb01/10 34-55-00 50 Nov01/09 34-55-11 407 May01/00
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34-55-18 R 401 Feb01/10
34-55-18 R 402 Feb01/10
34-55-18 R 403 Feb01/10
34-55-18 404 Aug01/05
34-55-18 405 Feb01/09
34-55-18 R 406 Feb01/10
34-55-18 407 May01/07
34-55-18 408 Aug01/07
34-55-31 401 Feb01/98
34-55-31 402 Feb01/98
34-55-31 403 Feb01/98
34-55-31 404 Feb01/02
34-55-31 405 Feb01/98
34-55-31 406 Feb01/02

34-57-22 01 401 May01/05


34-57-22 01 402 May01/05
34-57-22 01 403 May01/07
34-57-22 01 404 May01/05
34-57-22 01 405 May01/05
34-57-22 02 401 Nov01/08
34-57-22 02 402 Nov01/08
34-57-22 02 403 Nov01/08
34-57-22 02 404 Nov01/08
34-57-22 02 405 Nov01/08

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SUBJECT ________
CH/SE/SU C
_ PAGE ___________
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NAVIGATION - GENERAL
____________________ 34-00-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
System Description 1 ALL
ADIRS 1 ALL
Integrated Standby Instrument 4 ALL
System (ISIS) (optional system)
Landing and Taxiing Aids 4 ALL
Independent Position Determining 6 ALL
Dependent Position Determining 8 ALL

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AIR DATA/INERTIAL REFERENCE SYSTEM 34-10-00
_______
(ADIRS)
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL

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AIR DATA/INERTIAL REFERENCE SYSTEM 34-10-00
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(ADIRS)
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
ADIRS Start Procedure 201 ALL
IR Alignment Procedure 206 ALL
ADIRS Stop Procedure 222 ALL

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AIR DATA/INERTIAL REFERENCE SYSTEM 34-10-00
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SERVICING 301 ALL
Cleaning of the Pitot Probe 301 ALL
Drain-Holes
Flushing of the Principal Total 305 ALL
Pressure Lines
Flushing of the Principal Static 312 ALL
Pressure Lines
Draining and Flushing of Standby 315 001-049, 051-099
Pneumatic Circuits 101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238

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AIR DATA/INERTIAL REFERENCE SYSTEM 34-10-00
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(ADIRS)
DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
ADIRS - Check of all Flight 401 ALL
Control Accelerometers for Correct
Operation
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 34-10-01 401 ALL

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AIR DATA/INERTIAL REFERENCE SYSTEM 34-10-00
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ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Check of the ADIRS CDU Brightness 501 ALL
and Display
Test of the Angle of Attack 505 ALL
Warning
Operational Test of the 5-minute 511 ALL
Time Delay of ADIRU 2 and 3 Power
Disconnection in Emergency
Configuration

SENSORS, POWER SUPPLY AND SWITCHING 34-11-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 1 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
General 1 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Component Location 2 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Power Supply 5 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
General 5 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
ADIRS Power Supply Distribution 7 001-049, 101-105
in Normal Configuration 151-199, 201-203
ADIRS Power Supply Distribution 9 001-049, 101-105
after Loss of Main Electrical 151-199, 201-203
Generation
Circuit Breakers 11 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Component Description 12 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Static Probes 12 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Pitot Probes 12 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Air Data Modules (ADM) 15 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Total Air Temperature (TAT) 25 001-049, 101-105
Sensor 151-199, 201-203
Angle Of Attack (AOA) Sensor 27 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Selector Switches 32 001-049, 101-105
151-199,

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Selector Switches 34 201-203,
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 2 1 524-526, 528-599
General 1 524-526, 528-599
Component Location 2 524-526, 528-599
Power Supply 5 524-526, 528-599
General 5 524-526, 528-599
ADIRS Power Supply Distribution 7 524-526, 528-599
in Normal Configuration
ADIRS Power Supply Distribution 9 524-526, 528-599
after Loss of Main Electrical
Generation
Circuit Breakers 11 524-526, 528-599
Component Description 12 524-526, 528-599
Static Probes 12 524-526, 528-599
Pitot Probes 12 524-526, 528-599
Air Data Modules (ADM) 12 524-526, 528-599
Total Air Temperature (TAT) 23 524-526, 528-599
Sensor
Angle Of Attack (AOA) Sensor 26 524-526, 528-599
Selector Switches 30 524-526, 528-599
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 3 1 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
General 1 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Component Location 2 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Power Supply 5 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
General 5 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
ADIRS Power Supply Distribution 7 051-099, 106-149
in Normal Configuration 204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
ADIRS Power Supply Distribution 10 051-099, 106-149
after Loss of Main Electrical 204-249, 251-299

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Generation 301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Circuit Breakers 11 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Component Description 12 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Static Probes 12 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Pitot Probes 12 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Air Data Modules (ADM) 15 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Total Air Temperature (TAT) 26 051-099, 106-149
Sensor 204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Angle Of Attack (AOA) Sensor 29 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Selector Switches 34 051-099, 251-299
401-499, 501-509
511-523,
Selector Switches 37 106-149, 204-249
301-399,

SENSORS, POWER SUPPLY AND SWITCHING 34-11-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Functional Test of the ADM 501 ALL
Test of the Monitoring of the 507 ALL
ADR/AOA 26VAC Power Supply
Test of the Monitoring of the 515 ALL
ADIRS Power Supply (115VAC-28VDC)
PROBE - PITOT 34-11-15
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL

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Removal of the Pitot Probe (9DA1, 401 ALL
9DA2, 9DA3)
Installation of the Pitot Probe 406 ALL
(9DA1, 9DA2, 9DA3)
PROBE - PITOT 34-11-15
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Test of the Pitot Probe (9DA1, 501 ALL
9DA2, 9DA3) without the CFDS
PROBE - PITOT 34-11-15
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Inspection/Check of the Pitot 601 ALL
Probe (9DA1, 9DA2, 9DA3)
PROBE - STATIC 34-11-16
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Static Probe (7DA1, 401 ALL
7DA2, 7DA3, 8DA1, 8DA2, 8DA3)
Installation of the Static Probe 408 ALL
(7DA1, 7DA2, 7DA3, 8DA1, 8DA2,
8DA3)
PROBE - STATIC 34-11-16
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Test of the Static Probe (7DA1, 501 ALL
8DA1, 7DA2, 8DA2, 7DA3, 8DA3)
without the CFDS.
PROBE - STATIC 34-11-16
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Inspection of the Static Probe 601 ALL
(7DA1, 7DA2, 7DA3, 8DA1, 8DA2,
8DA3)
MODULE - AIR DATA 34-11-17
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Air Data Module 401 ALL
(19FP1, 19FP2, 19FP3, 19FP4,
19FP5, 19FP6, 19FP7, 19FP8)
Installation of the Air Data 410 ALL
Module (19FP1, 19FP2, 19FP3,
19FP4, 19FP5, 19FP6, 19FP7, 19FP8)
MODULE - AIR DATA 34-11-17
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Test of the Air Data Module 501 ALL
without the CFDS
SENSOR - TOTAL AIR TEMPERATURE 34-11-18
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the TAT Sensor (11FP1, 401 ALL
11FP2)
Installation of the TAT Sensor 407 ALL

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SENSOR - TOTAL AIR TEMPERATURE 34-11-18
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Test of the TAT Sensor (11FP1, 501 ALL
11FP2) without the CFDS
SENSOR - TOTAL AIR TEMPERATURE 34-11-18
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Inspection/Check of the TAT Sensor 601 ALL
(11FP1, 11FP2)
SENSOR - ANGLE OF ATTACK 34-11-19
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Angle of Attack 401 ALL
Sensor (3FP1, 3FP2, 3FP3)
Installation of the Angle of 405 ALL
Attack Sensor (3FP1, 3FP2, 3FP3)
SENSOR - ANGLE OF ATTACK 34-11-19
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 001-049, 101-105
151-158, 201-209
Inspection of the Angle-Of-Attack 601 001-049, 101-105
Sensor (3FP1, 3FP2, 3FP3) 151-158, 201-209

AIR DATA/INERTIAL REFERENCE SYSTEM 34-12-00


(ADIRU & CDU OR MSU)
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 1 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
General 1 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Component Location 1 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Interface 4 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Mechanical Interface 4 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Electrical Interface 4 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Component Description 23 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
ADIRS CDU 23 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
ADIRU 25 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203

AIR DATA, INERTIAL REFERENCE SYSTEM 34-12-00


(ADIRU & CDU OR MSU)
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 2 1 524-526, 528-599
General 1 524-526, 528-599

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Interface 4 524-526, 528-599
Mechanical Interface 4 524-526, 528-599
Electrical Interface 4 524-526, 528-599
Component Description 22 524-526, 528-599
ADIRS CDU 22 524-526, 528-599
ADIRU 26 524-526, 528-599

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DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 3 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
General 1 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Component Location 1 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Interface 7 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Mechanical Interface 7 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Electrical Interface 7 051-099, 106-149
204-239, 301-312
401-499,
Electrical Interface 9 240-249, 251-299
313-399, 501-509
511-523,
Component Description 31 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
ADIRS CDU 31 051-099, 106-149
204-239, 301-312
401-499,
ADIRS MSU 35 240-249, 251-299
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511-523,
ADIRU 38 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
CONTROL AND DISPLAY UNIT (CDU) - ADIRS 34-12-12
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-239, 301-312
401-499,
Removal of the ADIRS CDU (2FP) 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-239, 301-312
401-499,
Installation of the ADIRS CDU 405 001-049, 051-099
(2FP) 101-149, 151-199
201-239, 301-312
401-499,
REFERENCE UNIT - AIR DATA/INERTIAL 34-12-34
(ADIRU)
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the ADIRU (1FP1, 1FP2, 401 ALL
1FP3)
Installation of the ADIRU (1FP1, 405 ALL
1FP2, 1FP3)
REFERENCE UNIT - AIR DATA/INERTIAL 34-12-34
(ADIRU)
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
ADIRU Removal Criteria 601 ALL
MOUNT - ADIRU 34-12-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the ADIRU Mount 401 ALL
Installation of the ADIRU Mount 405 ALL

AIR DATA 34-13-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 1 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
General 1 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
System Description 1 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
ADR Operation 1 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Operation/Control and Indicating 38 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Control 38 001-049, 101-105

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151-199, 201-203
Indicating 38 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Warnings 47 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 2 1 524-526, 528-599
General 1 524-526, 528-599
System Description 1 524-526, 528-599
ADR Operation 1 524-526, 528-599
Operation/Control and Indicating 38 524-526, 528-599
Control 38 524-526, 528-599
Indicating 38 524-526, 528-599
Warnings 47 524-526, 528-599
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 3 1 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
General 1 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
System Description 1 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
ADR Operation 1 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Operation/Control and Indicating 56 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Control 56 051-099, 106-149
204-239, 301-312
401-499,
Control 56 240-249, 251-299
313-399, 501-509
511-523,
Indicating 59 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Warnings 67 051-099, 106-149
204-239, 301-312
401-499,

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Warnings 67 240-249, 251-299
313-399, 501-509
511-523,

AIR DATA 34-13-00


REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
PFD Mach Number - Overspeed Check 401 ALL
Reactivation of PFD Mach Number - 407 ALL
Overspeed Check

AIR DATA 34-13-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the AIR DATA 501 ALL
Switching Function
Operational Test of the VMO/MMO 508 ALL
Overspeed Warnings
Operational Test of the ALT 522 ALL
Comparison Warning
Operational Test of the ALT 527 ALL
DYNAMIC SLEW TEST
Operational Test of the CAS 532 ALL
DYNAMIC SLEW TEST
Operational Test of the AOA SENSOR 537 ALL
TEST
Operational Test of the Overspeed 538 ALL
Warnings in the Slats/Flaps and
Landing Gear Extended (VFE/VLE)
Configuration
Functional Test of the Altitude 558 001-049, 051-099
and Airspeed Data 101-105, 151-158
201-209,
Functional Test of the Altitude 567 001-049, 101-149
and Airspeed Data (A/C with RVSM 151-199, 201-249
capability on three ADIRUs) 251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Leak Test of the Principal Static 599 ALL
and Total Air Data System
INTERFACE TEST of the ADR A511 ALL
SYSTEM TEST of the ADR A529 ALL
Read the CFDIU for the ADR CURRENT A534 001-049, 101-105
STATUS 151-199, 201-203
Read the CFDIU for the ADR INPUT A539 051-099, 106-149
STATUS 204-249, 251-299

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301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,

AIR DATA 34-13-00


INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Visual Check of Pitot probes, 601 ALL
Static ports and AOA sensors

ATTITUDE, HEADING AND POSITION 34-14-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 1 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
General 1 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
System Description 1 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
General 1 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Inputs 2 001-004,
Inputs 3 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Inputs 5 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Software Computation 10 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
IR, GPS and GPIRS Output Data 15 001-004,
IR, GPS and GPIRS Output Data 24 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Operation/Control and Indicating 46 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Control 46 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Indicating 55 001-049, 101-105
151-199,
Indicating 55 201-203,
Warnings 67 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
ADIRUs Performance Criteria 74 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 2 1 524-526, 528-599
General 1 524-526, 528-599
System Description 1 524-526, 528-599
General 1 524-526, 528-599
Inputs 2 524-526, 528-599
Software Computation 7 524-526, 528-599

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IR, GPS, and GPIRS Output Data 17 524-526, 528-599
Operation/Control and Indicating 42 524-526, 528-599
Control 42 524-526, 528-599
Indicating 50 524-526, 528-599
Warnings 59 524-526, 528-599
ADIRUs Performance Criteria 59 524-526, 528-599
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 3 1 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
General 1 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
System Description 1 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
General 1 051-057, 059-060
062-099, 106-149
204-215, 217-217
219-219, 221-225
227-233, 236-238
301-304,
Inputs 2 051-057, 059-060
062-099, 106-149
204-215, 217-217
219-219, 221-225
227-233, 236-238
301-304,
General 2 058-058, 061-061
216-216, 218-218
220-220, 226-226
234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-523,
Inputs 3 058-058, 061-061
216-216, 218-218
220-220, 226-226
234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-523,
Software Computation 19 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299

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301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-514
Software Computation 24 515-523,
IR Output Data 42 051-057, 059-060
062-099, 106-149
204-215, 217-217
219-219, 221-225
227-233, 236-238
301-304,
IR, GPS, and GPIRS Output Data 54 058-058, 061-061
216-216, 218-218
220-220, 226-226
234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-523,
Operation/Control and Indicating 99 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Control 99 051-099, 106-149
204-239, 301-312
401-499,
Control A 3 240-249, 251-299
313-399, 501-509
511-523,
Indicating A 15 051-099, 106-149
204-239, 301-312
401-499,
Indicating A 16 240-249, 251-299
313-399, 501-509
511-523,
Warnings A 30 051-099, 106-149
204-239, 301-312
401-499,
Warnings A 36 240-249, 251-299
313-399, 501-509
511-523,
ADIRUs Performance Criteria A 38 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523

ATTITUDE, HEADING AND POSITION 34-14-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL

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Operational Test of the 501 ALL
Attitude/Heading (ATT/HDG)
Switching Function
Operational Test of the 507 ALL
Attitude/Heading (ATT/HDG)
Comparison Warning
Interface Test of the IR 516 ALL
Read CFDIU for IR CURRENT STATUS 536 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Read CFDIU for IR INPUT STATUS 540 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
SYSTEM TEST of the Inertial 545 ALL
Reference (IR)
INDICATOR - ANGLE OF ATTACK 34-15-21
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 240-249, 251-299
313-399, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Installation of the AOA Indicator 401 240-249, 251-299
(17FN1, 17FN2) 313-399, 501-509
511-526, 528-599

ADIRS - BITE 34-18-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304, 401-402
General 1 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Component Location 3 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Computers Directly Linked to the 3 001-049, 101-105
CFDS 151-199, 201-203
ADIRS Control Panel 3 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Other LRUs of the System 4 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
System Description 5 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Reporting Function 5 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Interactive Function 33 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-203
Power-up Test Initialization and 64 001-049, 101-105

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Cockpit Repercussions 151-199, 201-203

AIR DATA, INERTIAL REFERENCE SYSTEM 34-18-00


(ADIRS) BUILT-IN TEST EQUIPMENT (BITE)
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 2 1 524-526, 528-599
General 1 524-526, 528-599
Component Location 3 524-526, 528-599
Computers Directly Linked to the 3 524-526, 528-599
CFDS
ADIRS Control Panel 3 524-526, 528-599
Computers Directly Linked to the 3 524-526, 528-599
CFDS
Other LRUs of the System 3 524-526, 528-599
System Description 5 524-526, 528-599
Reporting Function 5 524-526, 528-599
Interactive Function 23 524-526, 528-599
Power-up Test Initialization and 50 524-526, 528-599
Cockpit Repercussions

ADIRS - BITE 34-18-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 3 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
General 1 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Component Location 5 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Computers Directly Linked to the 5 051-099, 106-149
CFDS 204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
ADIRS Control Panel 5 051-099, 106-149
204-239, 301-312
401-499,
ADIRS Control Panel 6 240-249, 251-299
313-399, 501-509
511-523,
Other LRUs of the System 7 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

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501-509, 511-523
System Description 8 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Reporting Function 8 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Interactive Function 47 051-099, 106-149
204-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-523
Power-up Test Initialization and 75 051-099, 106-149
Cockpit Repercussions 204-239, 301-312
401-499,
Power-up Test Initialization and 76 240-249, 251-299
Cockpit Repercussions 313-399, 501-509
511-523,

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STANDBY NAVIGATION SYSTEMS 34-20-00
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
ISIS Reset 501 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,

STANDBY DATA : ALTITUDE AND AIRSPEED 34-21-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
General 1 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
Component Location 1 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
System Description 4 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
Standby Altimeter 11 001-049, 051-099

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101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
Standby Airspeed Indicator 11 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
Metric Altimeter 12 001-049, 051-099
101-105,
Metric Altimeter 12 213-213,

STANDBY DATA : ALTITUDE AND AIRSPEED 34-21-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
Low-Range Leak Test of the Standby 501 001-049, 051-099
Pneumatic Circuits 101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
Functional Test of the Standby 512 001-049, 051-099
Airspeed Indicator 101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
Functional Test of the Standby 518 001-049, 051-099
Altimeter 101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
ALTIMETER - STANDBY 34-21-22
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
Removal of the Standby Altimeter 401 001-049, 051-099
(3FN) 101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
Installation of the Standby 406 001-049, 051-099
Altimeter (3FN) 101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
ALTIMETER - STANDBY 34-21-22
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
ADJUSTING/ALIGNING/CALIBRATING of 501 001-049, 051-099
the Standby Altimeter 101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
ALTIMETER - METRIC 34-21-25
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-105,
Removal of the Metric Altimeter 401 001-049, 051-099
(15FN) 101-105,
Installation of the Metric 404 001-049, 051-099

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Altimeter (15FN) 101-105,
INDICATOR - STANDBY AIRSPEED 34-21-26
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
Removal of the Standby Airspeed 401 001-049, 051-099
Indicator (9FN) 101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
Installation of the Standby 406 001-049, 051-099
Airspeed Indicator (9FN) 101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
INDICATOR - STANDBY AIRSPEED 34-21-26
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
ADJUSTING/ALIGNING/CALIBRATING of 501 001-049, 051-099
the Standby Airspeed Indicator 101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238

STANDBY DATA : ATTITUDE AND HEADING 34-22-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 1 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-212, 214-220
236-238,
General 1 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-212, 214-220
236-238,
Standby Heading 1 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-212, 214-220
236-238,
Standby Attitude 1 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-212, 214-220
236-238,
Component Location 1 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-212, 214-220
236-238,
System Description 1 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-212, 214-220
236-238,
Standby Compass 4 001-049, 051-061
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204-212, 214-220
236-238,
Standby Horizon Indicator 4 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-212, 214-220
236-238,

STANDBY DATA : INTEGRATED STANDBY 34-22-00


INSTRUMENT SYSTEM (ISIS)
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 2 1 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
General 1 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
ISIS Indicator 1 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Standby Compass 1 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Component Location 1 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
System Description 1 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
ISIS Indicator 1 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Standby Compass 16 106-149, 221-235

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239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Power Supply 16 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
ISIS Indicator 16 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Standby Compass 21 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Interface 21 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Mechanical Interface 21 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Peripherals 21 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Component Description 27 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
External Description 27 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Internal Description 27 106-149, 221-235
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501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Operation 33 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
System Performance 33 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Control and Indicating 36 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Test 39 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
BITE Description 39 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,

STANDBY DATA : ATTITUDE AND HEADING 34-22-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 3 1 213-213,
General 1 213-213,
Standby Heading 1 213-213,
Standby Attitude 1 213-213,
Component Location 1 213-213,
System Description 1 213-213,
Standby Compass 1 213-213,
Standby Horizon Indicator 2 213-213,

STANDBY DATA : ATTITUDE AND HEADING 34-22-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Check of the standby 501 ALL
compass including light test and
visual check
Compensation Adjustment/Test of 505 ALL

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Compensation Adjustment/Test of 524 ALL
the Standby Compass with the
Standby Compass Calibrator
COMPASS - STANDBY 34-22-23
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Standby Compass 401 ALL
(2FN)
Installation of the Standby 405 ALL
Compass (2FN)
COMPASS - STANDBY 34-22-23
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Detailed Visual Inspection of the 601 ALL
Standby Compass Damping Fluid
INDICATOR - STANDBY HORIZON 34-22-24
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
Removal of the Standby Horizon 401 001-049, 051-099
Indicator (7FN) 101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
Installation of the Standby 405 001-049, 051-099
Horizon Indicator (7FN) 101-105, 151-199
201-220, 236-238
INDICATOR - ISIS (INTEGRATED STANDBY 34-22-25
INSTRUMENT SYSTEM)
SERVICING 301 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Draining and Flushing of the 301 106-149, 221-235
Standby Static and Standby Total 239-249, 251-299
Pressure lines (ISIS) 301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
INDICATOR - ISIS (INTEGRATED STANDBY 34-22-25
INSTRUMENT SYSTEM)
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the ISIS Indicator 401 106-149, 221-235
(22FN) 239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

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501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Installation of the ISIS Indicator 406 106-149, 221-235
(22FN) 239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
INDICATOR - ISIS (INTEGRATED STANDBY 34-22-25
INSTRUMENT SYSTEM)
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Operational Check of ISIS DC HOT 501 106-149, 221-235
Bus SUPPLY 239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
BITE Test of the ISIS Indicator 504 106-149, 221-235
with the pushbutton switches on 239-249, 251-299
the Face of the Indicator. 301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Low range Leak Test of the Standby 507 106-149, 221-235
Pneumatic circuits 239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Functional Test of the ISIS 518 106-149, 221-235
Indicator 239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
INDICATOR - ISIS (INTEGRATED STANDBY 34-22-25
INSTRUMENT SYSTEM)
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
ISIS Inspection for Legibility 601 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
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INDICATOR - ISIS (INTEGRATED STANDBY 34-22-25
INSTRUMENT SYSTEM)
CLEANING/PAINTING 701 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Cleaning of the ISIS Indicator 701 106-149, 221-235
239-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,

ILS 34-36-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 1 001-004, 051-060
General 1 001-004, 051-060
Component Location 1 001-004, 051-060
System Description 3 001-004, 051-060
Principle 3 001-004, 051-060
System Architecture 3 001-004, 051-060
Utilization Technical Data 7 001-004, 051-060
Warnings 14 001-004, 051-060
Power Supply 14 001-004, 051-060
Interface 14 001-004, 051-060
Receiver 14 001-004,
Receiver 16 051-060,
Antennas 40 001-004, 051-060
Component Description 40 001-004, 051-060
Control 40 001-004, 051-060
Reconfiguration Switching 42 001-004, 051-060
Operation 42 001-004, 051-060
Access to ILS Sub-Menu Functions 44 001-004,
Activation of the Self-Test 44 001-004,
Activation of the Functional 44 001-004,
Test
Access to ILS Sub-Menu Functions 50 051-060,
Activation of the Receiver Face 50 051-060,
Test
Activation of the Functional 51 051-060,
Test
Power-up Tests Initialization 51 001-004, 051-060
and Cockpit Repercussions
CFDIU Interface 53 001-004, 051-060

ILS ((MMR)) 34-36-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 2 1 001-049, 051-099

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101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
General 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
ILS Receiver 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
GPS Receiver 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
Component Location 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
System Description 3 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
ILS Operation 3 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
GPS Operation 3 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
Maintenance Operation 6 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
Power Supply 6 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
Interface 7 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
ILS Interface 7 001-049, 051-099
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401-499,
GPS Interface 9 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
Component Description 13 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
MMR 13 051-099,
MMR 19 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-238
301-311, 401-499
GPS Antenna 23 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
Localizer Antenna 23 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
Glide Slope Antenna 23 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
Operation 26 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
ILS Operation 26 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
GPS Function 34 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
BITE Function 43 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
CFDIU Interface 43 051-099,
CFDIU Interface 58 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-238
301-311, 401-499
BITE Implementation 62 051-099,

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DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 3 1 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
General 1 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
ILS Receiver 1 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
GPS Receiver 1 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Component Location 1 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
System Description 3 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
ILS Operation 3 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
GPS Operation 3 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
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401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Maintenance Operation 6 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Power Supply 6 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Interface 7 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
ILS Interface 7 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
GPS Interface 9 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Component Description 13 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
MMR 13 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
GPS Antenna 18 001-049, 101-149
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236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Localizer Antenna 20 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Glide Slope Antenna 20 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Operation 22 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
ILS Operation 22 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
GPS Function 30 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
BITE Function 39 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
CFDIU Interface 39 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
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ILS 34-36-00
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 1 501 001-004, 051-060
BITE Test of the ILS 501 001-004, 051-060
Operational Test of the ILS 507 001-004, 051-060
Functional Test of the ILS 510 001-004, 051-060

ILS ((MMR)) 34-36-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 2 501 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
BITE Test of the MMR 501 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
Operational Test of the GPS 507 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
Operational Test of the ILS 513 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
Functional Test of the ILS 516 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 3 501 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
BITE Test of the MMR 501 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Operational Test of the GPS 506 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
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511-526, 528-599
Operational Test of the MMR 512 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Functional Test of the MMR 515 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
ANTENNA - LOCALIZER 34-36-11
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Localizer Antenna 401 ALL
(3RT)
Installation of the Localizer 405 ALL
Antenna (3RT)
ANTENNA - GPS ACTIVE 34-36-16
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the GPS Active Antenna 401 ALL
(43RT1, 43RT2)
Installation of the GPS Active 406 ALL
Antenna (43RT1, 43RT2) with Teflon
Seal
Installation of the GPS Active 412 ALL
Antenna (43RT1, 43RT2) without
Teflon Seal
ANTENNA - GLIDE/SLOPE 34-36-18
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Glide/Slope Antenna 401 ALL
(4RT)
Installation of the Glide/Slope 405 ALL
Antenna (4RT)
RECEIVER - ILS 34-36-31
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 1 401 ALL
Removal of the ILS Receiver (2RT1, 401 001-004, 051-060
2RT2)
Installation of the ILS Receiver 404 001-004, 051-060
(2RT1, 2RT2)
Installation of the ILS Receiver 407 ALL
(2RT1, 2RT2)
Removal of the Multi Mode Receiver 411 001-049, 051-099
(40RT1, 40RT2) 101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311

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401-499,
Installation of the Multi Mode 415 001-049, 051-099
Receiver (40RT1, 40RT2) 101-149, 151-199
201-238, 301-311
401-499,
Installation of the Multi Mode 419 ALL
Receiver (40RT1, 40RT2)
Removal of the Multi Mode Receiver 423 001-049, 101-149
(40RT1, 40RT2) 151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Installation of the Multi Mode 427 001-049, 101-149
Receiver (40RT1, 40RT2) 151-199, 201-234
236-249, 251-299
301-307, 312-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599

WEATHER RADAR SYSTEM 34-41-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 3 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 5 ALL
System Description 16 ALL
General 25 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-238
301-310, 401-499
General 27 051-099, 239-249
251-299, 311-399
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Peripherals 31 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Peripherals 33 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499,
General Technical 37 ALL
Characteristics
Power Supply 38 ALL
Interface 39 ALL
Digital Interface Special for 39 ALL
Weather Radar

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Transceiver 45 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Transceiver 53 051-099, 106-149
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Weather Radar System 58 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Weather Radar Antenna 67 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Weather Radar Antenna 67 051-099, 106-149
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Weather Radar Control Unit 71 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Weather Radar Control Unit 71 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499,
Weather Radar Wave Guide and 71 ALL
Wave Guide Switch
Operation 72 ALL
Operation 72 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Operation 73 051-099, 106-149
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Timing of Transmitted Pulses in 85 001-049, 101-105
WX/MAP Mode and in Doppler Mode 151-199, 501-509
(Turbulence) and W/S Mode 511-526, 528-599
Timing of Transmitted Pulses in 87 051-099, 106-149
WX/MAP Mode, in Doppler Mode 201-233, 236-238
(Turbulence) and in W/S Mode
Pulse Duration and Range Timing 87 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499,
Controls and Indicating 92 ALL
Utilization of Controls and A 0 001-049, 101-149
Indicating 151-199, 201-238
301-310, 401-499

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Utilization of Controls and A 1 051-099, 239-249
Indicating 251-299, 311-399
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Reconfiguration switching A 48 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-238
301-310, 401-499
Reconfiguration switching A 49 051-099, 239-249
251-299, 311-399
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Test A 50 ALL
BITE Description A 50 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
BITE Description A 50 051-099, 106-149
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Self-Test A 82 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 501-509
511-526, 528-599

WEATHER RADAR SYSTEM 34-41-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Functional test of the Tilt 501 ALL
Control of the Weather-Radar
Antenna Drive-Unit
BITE Test of the Weather Radar 508 ALL
System Test of the Weather Radar 532 ALL
ANTENNA ASSEMBLY - WEATHER RADAR 34-41-11
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 3 401 ALL
Removal of the Weather Radar 401 ALL
Antenna Assembly (7SQ, 11SQ)
Installation of the Weather Radar 409 ALL
Antenna Assembly (7SQ, 11SQ)
CONTROL UNIT - WEATHER RADAR 34-41-12
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Weather Radar 401 ALL
Control Unit (3SQ)
Installation of the Weather Radar 406 ALL
Control Unit (3SQ)
TRANSCEIVER - WEATHER RADAR 34-41-33
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Weather Radar 401 ALL
Transceiver (1SQ1, 1SQ2)

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Installation of the Weather Radar 406 ALL
Transceiver (1SQ1, 1SQ2)
MOUNTING TRAY - WEATHER RADAR 34-41-37
TRANSCEIVER
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Weather Radar 401 ALL
Transceiver Mounting Tray (9SQ)
Installation of the Weather Radar 409 ALL
Transceiver Mounting Tray (9SQ)
WAVE GUIDE ASSEMBLY 34-41-41
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Wave Guide Assembly 401 ALL
Installation of the Wave Guide 406 ALL
Assembly

RADIO ALTIMETER 34-42-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 5 ALL
Principle 5 ALL
System Architecture 5 ALL
Utilization Technical Data 5 ALL
Warnings 9 ALL
Power Supply 9 ALL
Component Description 9 ALL
Transceiver 9 ALL
Antennas 20 ALL
Fans 20 ALL
Operation 22 ALL
Control 22 ALL
Reconfiguration Switching 22 ALL
Test 22 ALL
Access to Radio Altimeter 22 ALL
Sub-menu Functions
Activation of the Test Function 25 ALL
Activation of the Test Function 26 001-004,
Power-up Tests Initialization 27 ALL
and Cockpit Repercussions
CFDIU Interface 31 001-004,

RADIO ALTIMETER 34-42-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
BITE Test of the Radio Altimeter 501 ALL
Operational Check and Detailed 505 ALL

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Inspection for Contamination of
the Radio Altimeter Fan
Ramp Test of the Radio Altimeter 510 ALL
Warning Test of the Radio 515 ALL
Altimeter
ANTENNA - RADIO ALTIMETER 34-42-11
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Radio Altimeter 401 ALL
Antennas 5SA1, 5SA2, 6SA1, 6SA2
Installation of the Radio 414 ALL
Altimeter Antennas 5SA1, 5SA2,
6SA1, 6SA2
TRANSCEIVER - RADIO ALTIMETER 34-42-33
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Radio Altimeter 401 ALL
Transceiver 2SA1 and 2SA2
Installation of the Radio 404 ALL
Altimeter Transceiver 2SA1 and
2SA2
FAN - RADIO ALTIMETER TRANSCEIVER 34-42-45
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Radio 401 ALL
Altimeter-Transceiver Fan 3SA1
(3SA2)
Installation of the Radio 405 ALL
Altimeter-Transceiver Fan 3SA1
(3SA2)
FAN - RADIO ALTIMETER TRANSCEIVER 34-42-45
CLEANING/PAINTING 701 ALL
Cleaning of the Radio Altimeter 701 ALL
Transceiver Fan

TRAFFIC COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEM 34-43-00


(TCAS)
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Presentation 1 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 208-209
Presentation 3 051-099, 251-299
Presentation 4 201-207,
Presentation 6 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Presentation 8 106-149, 201-207
210-249, 301-399
401-499,
Principle 9 ALL

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Advisories 9 ALL
Display 11 ALL
Coordination 11 ALL
Component Location 11 ALL
System Description 14 ALL
TCAS Computer 14 ALL
Directional Antennas 19 ALL
ATC/TCAS Control Unit 19 ALL
Associated Items 19 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-249
301-399, 401-499
Peripherals 20 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-249
301-399, 401-499
Associated Items 21 051-099, 251-299
Peripherals 22 051-099, 251-299
Associated Items 23 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Peripherals 24 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Power Supply 26 ALL
Component Description 26 ALL
TCAS Computer 26 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
TCAS Computer 34 051-099, 251-299
TCAS Computer 37 201-209,
TCAS Computer 40 106-149, 201-207
210-249, 301-399
401-499,
ATC/TCAS Control Unit 49 ALL
TCAS Antennas 50 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
TCAS Antennas 50 051-099, 251-299
TCAS Antennas 50 106-149, 201-249
301-399, 401-499
Operation 54 ALL
Intruder Detection 54 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-249
301-399, 401-499
Intruder Detection 58 051-099, 251-299
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Measurement of Intruder 70 001-049, 101-105
Parameters 151-199, 501-509

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511-526, 528-599
Measurement of Intruder 73 051-099, 251-299
Parameters
Measurement of Intruder 74 106-149, 201-249
Parameters 301-399, 401-499
Coordination 76 ALL
Principles of Computation 81 ALL
Definition of Target Aircraft 90 001-049, 051-061
101-149, 201-249
301-399, 401-499
Definition of Target Aircraft 93 062-099,
Definition of Target Aircraft 95 001-049, 051-061
101-105, 151-199
251-299, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Sensitivity Level A 9 001-049, 101-105
Sensitivity Level A 12 051-099, 251-299
Sensitivity Level A 16 201-207,
Sensitivity Level A 18 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-249
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Information Display A 20 ALL
ATC/TCAS Control Unit A 29 ALL
Operational Use
Test A 33 ALL
Self-Test A 33 001-049, 101-105
151-199,
Self-Test A 36 051-099, 251-299
Self-Test A 38 106-149, 201-249
301-399, 401-499
Self-Test A 41 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
CFDS A 43 ALL

TRAFFIC COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEM 34-43-00


(TCAS)
SERVICING 1 301 ALL
Uploading Procedure with Portable 301 001-049, 051-061
Data Loader (SFIM or equivalent) 101-105,
to Load the Operational Software
of the TCAS
Uploading Procedure to Load the 307 106-149, 151-199
Operational Software of the TCAS 201-249, 251-299

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301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Uploading Procedure with Portable 312 062-099,
Data Loader (SFIM or equivalent)
to Load the Operational Software
of the TCAS

TRAFFIC COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEM 34-43-00


(TCAS)
DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 1 401 ALL
Deactivation of the TCAS 401 ALL
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 34-43-01 401 ALL
Reactivation of the TCAS 403 ALL
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 34-43-01 403 ALL

TRAFFIC COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEM 34-43-00


(TCAS)
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 1 501 ALL
BITE Test of the TCAS 501 ALL
Functional Test of the TCAS 507 ALL
Antennas
Read the TCAS CONFIGURATION Data 512 501-509, 511-526
of the TCAS 528-599,
ANTENNA - TCAS 34-43-11
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 1 401 ALL
Removal of the TCAS Antenna (7SG1, 401 ALL
7SG2)
Installation of the TCAS Antenna 409 ALL
(7SG1, 7SG2)
COMPUTER - TCAS 34-43-34
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 1 401 ALL
Removal of the TCAS Computer (1SG) 401 ALL
Installation of the TCAS Computer 404 ALL
(1SG)

ENHANCED GROUND PROXIMITY WARNING SYSTEM 34-48-00


(GPWS)
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Basic GPWS Modes 3 ALL
Enhanced Features 5 ALL
Component Location 7 ALL
System Description 14 ALL

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General 14 ALL
Warnings 14 ALL
Digital Data Inputs 14 105-105,
Digital Data Inputs 16 001-049, 051-099
101-104, 151-199
201-228, 236-238
301-302,
Digital Data Inputs 19 001-049, 051-099
101-104, 106-149
151-199, 201-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Digital Data Inputs 22 105-105,
Digital Data Inputs 22 106-149, 220-233
301-304, 401-403
Discrete Data Inputs 24 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-214,
Discrete Data Inputs 28 001-049, 101-105
Discrete Data Inputs 29 051-099, 106-149
151-199, 201-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Warning Outputs 30 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-214,
Warning Outputs 36 001-049, 061-099
101-105, 151-199
201-214, 251-299
Warning Outputs 38 051-060, 106-149
215-249, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Monitor Outputs 39 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304, 401-403
Monitor Outputs 39 ALL
Bus Output 40 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Bus Output 40 001-049, 051-099
101-102, 106-149
201-202, 211-249
251-299, 301-399

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401-499,
Bus Output 40 103-105, 151-199
203-210,
Audio Output 40 ALL
Power Supply 40 ALL
Interface 43 ALL
Digital Outputs 43 105-105,
Digital Outputs 61 001-049, 051-099
101-104, 106-149
151-199, 201-233
236-238, 301-304
401-403,
Digital Outputs 78 ALL
Component Description 95 ALL
Enhanced GPWC 95 105-105,
Enhanced GPWC A 1 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Enhanced GPWC A 7 001-049, 051-099
101-104, 106-149
151-199, 201-233
236-238, 301-304
401-403,
Enhanced GPWC A 12 001-049, 051-099
101-104, 106-149
151-199, 201-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499,
Enhanced GPWC A 17 105-105,
Pushbutton Switches A 24 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-310, 401-499
Pushbutton Switches A 27 ALL
Operation A 30 ALL
General A 30 ALL
Detailed Operation - Modes 1 A 35 ALL
through 5
Envelope Modulation A 61 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304, 401-403
Envelope Modulation A 61 ALL
Enhanced Features A 68 ALL
Warning Generation and B 25 106-149, 215-233
Inhibition 236-238, 301-304
Warning Generation and B 32 401-403,

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Inhibition
Warning Generation and B 35 001-049, 051-099
Inhibition 101-105, 151-199
201-214,
Warning Generation and B 42 ALL
Inhibition
Enhanced GPWC Maintenance Output B 54 001-049, 051-099
101-102, 106-149
201-202, 211-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Test B 54 ALL
Self-Tests B 56 106-149, 215-233
236-238, 301-304
Self-Tests B 59 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-214,
Self-Tests B 61 ALL
CFDS Interface B 66 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304, 401-403
CFDS Interface B 75 ALL
BITE Implementation B 88 ALL
Power-up Test Initialization and B 89 061-099, 105-149
Cockpit Repercussions 151-199, 201-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599

GROUND PROXIMITY WARNING SYSTEM (GPWS) 34-48-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 2 1 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
General 1 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Component Location 4 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
System Description 5 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
General 5 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Warnings 5 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Digital Data Inputs 5 001-004, 051-060
Digital Data Inputs 5 001-049, 051-060

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101-104,
Discrete Data Inputs 8 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Discrete Data Inputs 8 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Warning Outputs 11 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Warning Outputs 13 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Monitor Output 13 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Bus Output 15 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Audio Output 15 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Power Supply 15 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Component Description 15 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
GPWC (1WZ) 15 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Pushbutton Switches 22 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
SYS Pushbutton Switch 9WZ 23 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Operation 24 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
General 24 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Detailed Operation - Modes 1 31 001-049, 051-060
through 5 101-104,
Envelope Modulation 37 001-004, 051-060
Envelope Modulation 40 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Warning Generation and 42 001-049, 051-060
Inhibition 101-104,
GPWC Maintenance Output 44 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Test 44 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Airborne Self-test 46 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Ground Self-Test 46 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Airborne Self-test 47 001-049, 051-060
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Ground Self-Test 47 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Ground Vocabulary Test 47 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Status History Test 48 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
CFDS Interface 51 001-049, 051-060
101-104,
Power-up Tests Initialization 52 001-049, 051-060
and Cockpit Repercussions 101-104,

GROUND PROXIMITY WARNING SYSTEM (GPWS) 34-48-00


SERVICING 301 ALL
Uploading of the Enhanced GPWC 301 ALL
Database

GROUND PROXIMITY WARNING SYSTEM (GPWS) 34-48-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Enhanced 501 ALL
GPWS Ground Self-Test Function
Operational Test of the Enhanced 527 ALL
GPWS with Stall Warning Test and
Activation of the GPWS/SYS
Pushbutton Switch and EMER CANC
Key
BITE Test of the Enhanced GPWS 534 ALL
COMPUTER - GROUND PROXIMITY WARNING 34-48-34
(GPWC)
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the GPWC (1WZ) 401 ALL
Installation of the GPWC (1WZ) 404 ALL

DME 34-51-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 1 ALL
Principle 1 001-049, 101-105
151-199,
System Architecture 3 001-049, 101-105
151-199,
Utilization Technical Data 3 001-049, 101-105
151-199,
Principle 13 051-099,

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Utilization Technical Data 14 051-099,
Principle 15 106-149, 201-233
236-238, 301-304
System Architecture 15 106-149, 201-233
236-238, 301-304
Utilization Technical Data 16 106-149, 201-233
236-238, 301-304
Principle 18 234-235, 239-249
305-399, 401-499
System Architecture 18 234-235, 239-249
305-399, 401-499
Utilization Technical Data 19 234-235, 239-249
305-399, 401-499
Principle 20 251-299, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
System Architecture 20 251-299, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Utilization Technical Data 21 251-299, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Power Supply 21 ALL
Component Description 23 ALL
DME Interrogator 23 001-049, 101-105
151-199,
DME Interrogator 25 051-099, 106-149
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
DME Antenna 37 ALL
Operation 39 ALL
Control 39 ALL
Reconfiguration Switching 41 ALL
BITE Function 41 ALL
Access to DME Sub-menu Functions 41 001-049, 101-105
151-199,
Activation of the Test Function 41 001-049, 101-105
151-199,
Access to DME Sub-menu Functions 43 051-099, 106-149
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Activation of the Test Function 43 051-099, 106-149
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

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528-599,
CFDIU Interface 43 ALL
BITE Implementation 54 001-049, 101-105
151-199,
BITE Implementation 55 051-099, 106-149
201-249, 301-399
401-499,
BITE Implementation 56 251-299, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Power-up Tests Initialization 57 001-049, 051-099
and Cockpit Repercussions 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 301-399
401-499,
Power-up Tests Initialization 58 251-299, 501-509
and Cockpit Repercussions 511-526, 528-599

DME 34-51-00
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
BITE Test of the DME 501 ALL
Operational Test of the DME 508 ALL
Functional Test of the DME 512 ALL
ANTENNA - DME 34-51-11
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the DME Antenna (3SD1, 401 ALL
3SD2)
Installation of the DME Antenna 404 ALL
(3SD1, 3SD2)
INTERROGATOR - DME 34-51-33
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the DME Interrogator 401 ALL
(2SD1, 2SD2)
Installation of the DME 404 ALL
Interrogator (2SD1, 2SD2)

ATC/MODE S (SELECT) 34-52-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 6 ALL
System Description 6 ALL
Principle 6 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 201-220
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Principle 9 051-099, 251-299

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301-399, 401-499
System Architecture 11 ALL
Warning 14 ALL
Power Supply 14 ALL
Interface 14 051-099, 106-149
221-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Control Panel Buses 16 051-099,
Transponder Buses 17 051-099,
Transponder Input Data 19 106-149, 221-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Transponder output buses 21 106-149, 221-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Component Description 21 ALL
ATC Transponder 21 001-049, 101-105
151-199,
ATC Transponder 23 051-099, 251-299
ATC Transponder 25 106-149, 221-249
301-399, 401-499
ATC Transponder 34 201-210,
ATC Transponder 35 211-220,
ATC Transponder 35 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
ATC/TCAS Control Unit 92 ALL
Antenna 94 ALL
Operation 94 ALL
Control 94 ALL
Reconfiguration Switching 97 ALL
Test 97 ALL
Maintenance Test 97 001-049, 101-105
151-199,
CFDIU Interface 99 051-099,
CFDIU Interface A 28 106-149, 221-249
301-399, 401-499
CFDIU Interface A 37 201-210,
CFDIU Interface A 39 211-220,
CFDIU Interface A 41 251-299,
CFDIU Interface A 43 501-509, 511-526
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501-509, 511-526
528-599,
BITE Implementation A 47 106-149, 201-210
221-249, 301-399
401-499,
Power-up Tests Initialization A 48 ALL
and Cockpit Repercussions

ATC/MODE S (SELECT) 34-52-00


MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Change of ICAO Address (after a 201 ALL
Change of Aircraft Registration
Number)

ATC 34-52-00
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
BITE Test of the ATC 501 ALL
Operational Test of the ATC 505 ALL
Functional Test of the Altitude 507 ALL
Reporting Function
Functional Test of the ATC/Mode S 511 ALL
Transponder
Functional Test of the ATC/Mode S 519 ALL
Transponder
Functional Test of the ATC/Mode S 528 ALL
Transponder
Functional Test of the ATC 541 ALL
Antennas
ANTENNA - ATC 34-52-11
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the ATC Antenna (7SH1, 401 ALL
7SH2, 7SH3, 7SH4)
Installation of the ATC Antenna 405 ALL
(7SH1, 7SH2, 7SH3, 7SH4)
CONTROL UNIT - ATC/TCAS 34-52-12
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the ATC/TCAS Control 401 ALL
Unit (3SH)
Installation of the ATC/TCAS 404 ALL
Control Unit (3SH)
TRANSPONDER - ATC/MODE S 34-52-33
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the ATC/Mode S 401 ALL

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Transponder (1SH1, 1SH2)
Installation of the ATC/Mode S 406 ALL
Transponder (1SH1, 1SH2)

ADF 34-53-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 4 ALL
Principle 4 ALL
System Architecture 7 ALL
Utilisation Technical Data 14 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Utilisation Technical Data 17 251-299,
Warning 20 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Warning 21 251-299,
Power Supply 21 ALL
Component Description 22 ALL
ADF Receiver 22 001-049, 101-105
151-199,
ADF Receiver 23 051-051, 053-099
106-149, 201-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
ADF Receiver 27 052-052,
Loop and Sense Antenna 39 ALL
Operation 39 ALL
Test 41 ALL
Maintenance Test 41 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Maintenance Test 44 106-149, 201-249
301-399, 401-499
Maintenance Test 47 251-299,
CFDIU Interface 47 001-049, 051-051
053-099, 101-149
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251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Power-up Tests Initialization 60 001-049, 051-099
and Cockpit Repercussions 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Power-up Tests Initialization 61 251-299,
and Cockpit Repercussions

ADF 34-53-00
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
BITE Test of the ADF 501 ALL
Operational Test of the ADF 512 ALL
ANTENNA - ADF LOOP AND SENSE 34-53-11
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the ADF Loop and Sense 401 ALL
Antenna
Installation of the ADF Loop and 408 ALL
Sense Antenna
RECEIVER - ADF 34-53-31
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the ADF Receiver (2RP1, 401 ALL
2RP2)
Installation of the ADF Receiver 406 ALL
(2RP1, 2RP2)

VOR/MARKER 34-55-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Foreword 1 001-004, 051-060
VOR System 1 001-004, 051-060
MARKER System 1 001-004, 051-060
Foreword 1 ALL
VOR System 2 ALL
MARKER System 2 ALL
Component Location 2 ALL
System Description 6 ALL
Principle 6 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
System Architecture 6 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
Utilization Technical Data 8 001-049, 051-099
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Warning 18 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
Principle 18 106-149, 201-249
301-399, 401-499
System Architecture 19 106-149, 201-249
301-399, 401-499
Utilization Technical Data 19 106-149, 201-249
301-399, 401-499
Warning 22 106-149, 201-249
301-399, 401-499
Principle 22 251-299, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
System Architecture 23 251-299, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Utilization Technical Data 24 251-299, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Power Supply 26 ALL
Component Description 27 ALL
VOR/MKR Receiver 27 001-049, 101-105
151-199,
VOR/MKR Receiver 29 051-099, 106-149
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Antennas 45 ALL
Operation 48 ALL
Control 48 ALL
Reconfiguration Switching 50 ALL
BITE Function 50 ALL
Access to the VOR/MKR Sub-menu 50 001-049, 101-105
Functions 151-199,
Activation of the Test Function 50 001-049, 101-105
151-199,
Access to the VOR/MKR Sub-menu 52 051-099, 106-149
Functions 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Activation of the Test Function 52 051-099, 106-149
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
BITE Test 52 001-049, 101-105
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CFDIU Interface 52 001-049, 101-105
151-199,
BITE Test 57 051-099, 106-149
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
CFDIU Interface 57 051-099, 106-149
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Power-up Tests Initialization 63 ALL
and Cockpit Repercussions

VOR/MARKER 34-55-00
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
BITE Test of the VOR/MKR 501 ALL
Operational Test of the VOR/MKR 512 ALL
Functional Test of the VOR/MKR 515 ALL
ANTENNA - VOR 34-55-11
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the VOR Antenna 4RS 401 ALL
Installation of the VOR Antenna 405 ALL
4RS
ANTENNA - MARKER 34-55-18
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Marker Antenna 401 ALL
(1RS)
Installation of the Marker Antenna 405 ALL
(1RS)
RECEIVER - VOR/MARKER 34-55-31
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the VOR/MKR Receiver 401 ALL
(3RS1, 3RS2)
Installation of the VOR/MKR 404 ALL
Receiver (3RS1, 3RS2)
RMI - VOR/DME 34-57-22
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 1 401 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
Removal of the VOR/DME RMI (11FN) 401 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
Installation of the VOR/DME RMI 404 001-049, 051-099
(11FN) 101-105, 151-199
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REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 2 401 106-149, 201-249
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the VOR/ADF/DME RMI 401 106-149, 201-249
(21FN) 301-399, 401-499
Installation of the VOR/ADF/DME 404 106-149, 201-249
RMI (21FN) 301-399, 401-499

SATELLITE NAVIGATION 34-58-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL

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1. _______
General
(Ref. Fig. 001)
The aircraft navigation systems provide the crew with the data required for
flight within the most appropriate safety requirements.
These data can be divided into four groups :
- Air Data/Inertial Reference System (ADIRS)
- Landing and taxing aids
- Independent position determining
- Dependent position determining.

2. __________________
System Description

A. ADIRS
This part of the navigation system comprises :
- three Air Data/Inertial Reference Units (ADIRU)
- standby systems.
Each ADIRU performs :
- the air data function through its Air Data Reference (ADR) portion.
- the attitude, heading and position function through its Inertial
Reference (IR) portion.

(1) Air data function


Air data are provided by four independent sources :

(a) Three main systems


Each of the three main systems includes static probes, pitot
probes and their associated Air Data Modules (ADM), Total Air
Temperature (TAT) sensors and Angle of Attack (AOA) sensors.
They provide the ADR portion of the ADIRU with the necessary data
for the generation of parameters which are transmitted to the
Primary Flight Displays (PFD) and Navigation Displays (ND) and
the Angle of Attack (AOA) indicator (optional) and to the various
aircraft systems.

(b) A standby system

1
_ The standby system includes a standby altimeter, a standby
R airspeed indicator and a metric altimeter (optional) (Ref.
R 34-21) and the optional system ISIS (Ref. 34-22). They are
R provided with pressure by static probes and pitot probe linked
R to the ADIRU 3.
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(2) Attitude, heading and position function


Attitude, heading and position data are provided by four independent
sources:

(a) Three main systems


The three main systems are made up of the following components :
- three IR portions
- a Control and Display Unit (CDU).
They provide inertial reference information, attitude (pitch,
roll and yaw), heading, ground speed and present position.
The primary information of rotation rates and linear acceleration
measured by the IR portions are directly used by the Auto Flight
System (AFS), by the Flight Augmentation Computer (FAC) and the
Flight Management and Guidance Computer (FMGC).
The IR data are transmitted to the indicators (PFD, ND and RMI)
and to the various aircraft systems.

(b) A standby system

1
_ The standby system includes a standby horizon indicator and a
standby compass (Ref. 34-22).
More explanations are given in the ADIRU system (Ref. 34-14).

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(2) Attitude, heading and position function


Four sources that operate independently supply the attitude, heading
and position data.

(a) Three primary systems


The three primary systems have the components that follow:
- Three IR portions
- A Mode Selector Unit (MSU).
They supply inertial reference, attitude (pitch, roll and yaw),
heading, ground speed and position data.
The Auto Flight System (AFS), the Flight Augmentation Computer
(FAC) and the Flight Management and Guidance Computer (FMGC)
directly use the primary data related to the rotation rates and
linear acceleration measured by the IR parts.
The IR data is transmitted to the indicators (PFD, ND and RMI)
and to the different aircraft systems.


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R (b) A standby system

R 1
_ The standby system includes a standby horizon indicator and a
R standby compass (Ref. 34-22).
R More data is given in the ADIRU system chapter (Ref. 34-14).

R **ON A/C ALL

B. Integrated Standby Instrument System (ISIS) (optional system)


The Integrated Standby Instrument System (ISIS) indicator replaces the
three conventional standby instruments i.e.:
- the standby altimeter (and standby altimeter in meters -optional-)
- the standby airspeed indicator
- the standby horizon indicator.
The standby heading is given by a magnetic compass, which is an
independent instrument.

(1) The ISIS indicator, provides the following standby data on a Liquid
Crystal Display (LCD) installed in place of the standby horizon:
- Attitude,
- Standard or baro-corrected altitude and related barometric pressure
- Indicated airspeed and Mach number
- Lateral acceleration
and the following optional parameters:
- ILS deviation
- V-bar aircraft symbol
- Barometric pressure in hPa or in hPa and in.Hg
- Altitude in meters.
In addition, two specific functions are available:
- Display and adjustment of four airspeed bugs and four airspeed
altitude bugs
- Automatic test procedure.
More explanations are given in the ISIS system (Ref. 34-22).

C. Landing and Taxiing Aids


This part of the navigation system comprises :

(1) Paravisual Indicator (PVI) (optional system)


The aircraft is equipped with one PVI installed on the glareshield
panel 131VU, Captains side.
This system provides the Captain with an image which serves as a
piloting aid for take-off and landing in reduced visibility
conditions.
The system receives parameters from the DMC1 which can be switched to
the DMC3, and generates the image.
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(2) Head Up Display (HUD) (optional system)
The aircraft is equipped with :
- a HUDC (Head Up Display Computer)
- a OHU (Optical Head Unit).
This system provides the Captain with an image superimposed on the
outside world in his field of view. This image gives the guidance
information in take-off, landing or approach configurations.
The HUDC processes the input parameters received from the Display
Management Computer 1 (DMC1), which can be switched to the DMC3, and
sends them to the OHU after transformation.
More explanations are given in the HUD system (Ref. 34-35).

(3) Instrument Landing System (ILS) or Multi-Mode Receiver (MMR)


(optional system)
Both ILS or MMR receivers are controlled from FMGCs and Radio
Management Panels (RMPs) featuring two output channels, one command
output and one dialog output.
All data are shown on the EFIS displays.
More explanations are given in the ILS system (Ref. 34-36).

(a) The ILS system enables to know the aircraft position during the
landing phase with respect to a predetermined descent path.
This system is composed of:
- two ILS receivers
- a Localizer antenna
- a Glide/Slope antenna.

(b) The MMR system is a navigation system with two internal


receivers, the Instrument Landing System (ILS) and the Global
Positioning System (GPS).

1
_ The ILS function is to provide the crew and the airborne
system users with lateral (LOC) and vertical (Glide/Slope)
deviations signals, with respect to the approach ILS radio
beam transmitted by a ground station.

2
_ The GPS function is a radio aid to worldwide navigation which
provides:
- the crew with a readout of accurate navigation information,
e.g. position, track and speed.
- the Flight Management and Guidance Computer (FMGC) with
position information, for accurate position fixing.
The MMR system is composed of:
- two MMR receivers
- a Localizer antenna
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D. Independent Position Determining
This part of the navigation system, which is basically independent of
ground installations, provides data on the position of the aircraft. It
comprises :

(1) Weather radar system


The weather radar system is a X-band system which can be capable of
the Predictive Windshear function. This system enables:
- detection and localization of the atmospheric disturbances in the
area defined by the antenna scanning with visual display of their
intensity
- presentation of terrain mapping information by the combination of
the orientation of the radar beam and of the receiver gain
- detection and presentation of windshear events in the area defined
by the antenna scanning (if the Predictive Windshear function is
operative).

NOTE : The Electronic Flight Instrumental System (EFIS) controls the


____
operation and superimposes the weather picture on the
Navigation Display.

This system is made up of the following components :


- one or two transceivers (transceiver 2 is optional)
- a control unit
- a flat plate antenna and its drive unit.
More explanations are given in the W/R system (Ref. 34-41).

(2) Radio altimeter


The function of the radio altimeter is to determine precisely and
continuously, the height of the aircraft from 0 to 2500 ft above the
terrain independently of the atmospheric pressure.
The Height and Decision Height data are displayed on the PFD. The
selection and reading of Decision Height are performed on the
Multipurpose Control and Display unit (MCDU).
The radio altimeter system is composed of:
- two transceivers
- four identical antennas, one for transmission and one for reception
for each transceiver.
More explanations are given in the RA system (Ref. 34-42).

(3) Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) (optional system)


The TCAS is designed to protect a volume of airspace around the TCAS
equipped aircraft. The function of the TCAS II is to determine the
range, altitude and bearing of other aircraft equipped with ATC
transponders. The system monitors the trajectory of the other
aircraft for the purpose of determining if any of them constitute a
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system provides the pilots with aural and visual advisories which
indicate the vertical avoidance maneuvers.
The aircraft is equipped with :
- a TCAS computer unit
- two TCAS antennas.
The system exchanges data with the Air Traffic Control (ATC) System.
Traffic advisories are shown on the EFIS displays.
More explanations are given in the TCAS system (Ref. 34-43).

(4) Gound Proximity Warning System (GPWS)


This system is used to inform the crew if the aircraft is in a
dangerous configuration when approaching the ground in a
non-predetermined manner.

(a) The GPWS generates aural and visual warnings if the aircraft
adopts a potentially hazardous condition with respect to:
- Mode 1 - Excessive rate of descent
- Mode 2 - Excessive closure rate with terrain
- Mode 3 - Descent after takeoff and minimum terrain clearance
- Mode 4 - Unsafe terrain clearance
- Mode 5 - Descent below glide slope.
The system is operative between 30ft and 2450ft radio altitude.

(b) Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (Enhanced GPWS)


(optional system)
The purpose of the Enhanced GPWS is to alert the flight crew of
potentially hazardous conditions with respect to the terrain.
The following Enhanced features have been added to existing basic
Ground Proximity Warning Modes 1 to 5 which are the backbone of
the system:
- Terrain Clearance Floor (TCF) function. It creates an
increasing terrain clearance envelope around the intended
airport runway directly related to the distance from the
runway. The TCF function generates aural and visual alerts.
- Terrain Awareness alerting and Display (TAD) function. This
function uses aircraft geographic position, aircraft altitude
and a terrain data base to predict potential conflicts between
the aircraft flight path and the terrain, and to provide
graphic displays of the conflicting terrain on the NDs.
The terrain awareness alerting algorithms continuously compute
terrain clearance envelopes ahead of the aircraft.
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E. Dependent Position Determining
This part of the navigation system comprises :

(1) Distance Measuring Equipment (DME)


The DME enables the distance separating the aircraft from one or two
DME station being received to be known.
The DME is made up of two systems comprising respectively :
- a DME interrogator
- a transmission/reception antenna.
The system receives frequency information from FMGCs or RMPs.
The slant range distance is displayed on NDs and PFDs.
More explanations are given in the DME system (Ref. 34-51).
The slant range distance is displayed also on a VOR/DME Radio
Magnetic Indicator (RMI) or a VOR/ADF/DME RMI (optional) (Ref.
34-57).

(2) Air Traffic Control (ATC)


The ATC allows an operator of the corresponding equipment on the
ground to locate and identify the aircraft in flight without having
to communicate with the crew.
The system is made up of the following components :
- two ATC transponders
- a ATC/TCAS control unit
- four ATC antennas: two bottom antennas and two top antennas
(optional).
More explanations are given in the ATC system (Ref. 34-52).

(3) Automatic Direction Finder (ADF)


The ADF enables the bearings of one or two ADF ground transmitter
stations to be permanently indicated with respect to the aircraft
heading.
The system is made up of the following components :
- one or two transceivers (transceiver 2 is optional)
- two ADF loop and sense antennas.
The system receives frequency information from FMGCs or RMPs.
The ADF bearings are displayed on:
- two EFIS Navigation Displays (in Rose mode).
- a Radio Magnetic Indicator (RMI) (optional) (Ref. 34-57).
More explanations are given in the ADF system (Ref. 34-53).

(4) VHF Omni-Range (VOR)


The VOR firstly enables the bearings of one or two VOR ground
transmitter stations to be permanently indicated with respect to the
aircraft heading, and secondly it indicates the aircraft course
deviation with respect to a preselected course.
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- a VOR antenna to supply the two VOR/MKR receivers
- a MARKER antenna to supply the VOR/MKR receiver 1 which is the only
one to ensure the MARKER function.
The system receives frequency information from FMGCs or RMPs.
VOR data are displayed on:
- two EFIS PFDs
- two EFIS NDs
- a VOR/DME Radio magnetic Indicator (RMI) or a VOR/ADF/DME RMI
(optional) (Ref. 34-57).
Marker data are displayed on CAPT and F/O PFDs and NDs.
More explanations are given in the VOR/MARKER system (Ref. 34-55).

(5) Global Positioning System (GPS) (optional system)


The GPS system is a radio aid to worldwide navigation which provides:
- the crew with a readout of accurate navigation information, e.g.
position, track and speed.
- the Flight Management and Guidance Computer (FMGC) with position
information for accurate position fixing.
To this end, the GPS system uses signals broadcast by a constellation
of 24 satellites at a frequency of 1575.42 MHz.
The GPS system is composed of:
- two GPS Sensor Units (GPSSUs)
- two GPS antennas.
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1. General
_______

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-239, 301-312, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 001)


The main air data and heading/attitude data are provided by a three-channel
Air Data Inertial Reference System (ADIRS).
This configuration provides for triple redundant information for all
inertial and air data functions.
Each channel is isolated from the others and provides independent
information as defined by ARINC Characteristic 738.
The ADIRS comprises:
- Three Air Data/Inertial Reference Units (ADIRU) (ATA 34-12)
- A control and Display Unit (CDU) (ATA 34-12)
- Three pitot probes (ATA 34-11)
- Six static probes (ATA 34-11)
- Eight Air Data Modules (ADM) Linked to the pitot and static probes (ATA
34-11)
- Two Total Air Temperature (TAT) sensors (ATA 34-11)
- Three Angle of Attack (AOA) sensors (ATA 34-11)
Each of the ADIRUs contains two portions:
- The Air Data Reference (ADR) portion which supplies air data parameters
(ATA 34-13)
- The Inertial Reference (IR) portion which supplies attitude and navigation
parameters (ATA 34-14).
The parameters are transmitted to the user systems on ARINC 429 buses.
The Built-In Test Equipment (BITE) is included in the ADIRUs and the ADMs.
It detects and identifies a failure related to the ADIRS and reports it to
the Centralized Fault Display System (CFDS) (ATA 34-18).

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(Ref. Fig. 001A)


A three-channel Air Data Inertial Reference System (ADIRS) supplies the
primary air data and heading/attitude data.
This configuration has triple redundant data for all the inertial and air
data functions.
Each channel is isolated from the other channels and supplies data
independently as given in the ARINC Characteristic 738.
The ADIRS has:
- Three Air Data/Inertial Reference Units (ADIRU) (ATA 34-12)
- A Mode Selector Unit (MSU) (ATA 34-12)
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- Six static probes (ATA 34-11)
- Eight Air Data Modules (ADM) connected to the pitot and static probes (ATA
34-11)
- Two Total Air Temperature (TAT) sensors (ATA 34-11)
- Three Angle of Attack (AOA) sensors (ATA 34-11)
Each of the ADIRUs has two parts:
- The Air Data Reference (ADR) part which supplies air data parameters (ATA
34-13)
- The Inertial Reference (IR) portion which supplies attitude and navigation
parameters (ATA 34-14).
The parameters are transmitted to the user systems through the ARINC 429
buses.
The Built-In Test Equipment (BITE) is included in the ADIRUs and the ADMs.
It senses and identifies a failure related to the ADIRS and sends it to the
Centralized Fault Display System (CFDS) (ATA 34-18).


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TASK 34-10-00-860-002

ADIRS Start Procedure

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
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No specific access platform 1.6 m (5 ft. 3 in.)

B. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the


External Power
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure

3. __________
Job Set-up

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Subtask 34-10-00-860-061

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-


002).

(2) Do the EIS start procedure (PFDs and NDs only) (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-
860-001).



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R **ON A/C 401-499,

R Subtask 34-10-00-860-061-A

R A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

R WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT ALL PERSONS ARE AWAY FROM THE SATCOM ANTENNAS
_______
R (MORE THAN 3 METERS) WHEN YOU DO THIS TEST. THE SATCOM ANTENNAS
R USE HIGH POWER WHEN THEY TRANSMIT AND CAN CAUSE INJURY TO
R PERSONS.

R (1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-


R 002).

R (2) Do the EIS start procedure (PFDs and NDs only) (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-
R 860-001).

R **ON A/C ALL

Subtask 34-10-00-010-065

B. Get Access

(1) Put the access platform in position at the access door 822.

(2) Open the access door 822

(3) On the battery power center 105VU:


- loosen the two screws and remove the protective cover



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Subtask 34-10-00-865-070

C. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU NAV PROBES/ADIRU3/PWR/SWTG 8FP F09
49VU NAV PROBES/ADIRU 1/AND AOA 1/26VAC 5FP1 F07
49VU NAV PROBES/ADIRU1/115VAC 4FP1 F06
105VU ADIRS/ADIRU1/28VDC 6FP1 C02

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-061, 101-105, 201-203,

121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2PWR/SHED 10FP N11


121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3PWR/SWTG 9FP N10
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/26VAC AND AOA 5FP2 N09
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/26VAC AND AOA 5FP3 N08
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/115VAC 4FP2 N07
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/115VAC 4FP3 N06
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/28VDC 6FP2 N05
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/28VDC 6FP3 N04

R **ON A/C 062-099, 106-149, 151-199, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2PWR/SHED 10FP N10


121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3PWR/SWTG 9FP N09
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/26VAC AND AOA 5FP2 N08
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/26VAC AND AOA 5FP3 N07
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/115VAC 4FP2 N06
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/115VAC 4FP3 N05
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/28VDC 6FP2 N04
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/28VDC 6FP3 N03



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**ON A/C ALL

4. Procedure
_________

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-239, 301-312, 401-499,

Subtask 34-10-00-710-065

A. ADIRS Start Procedure.

(1) On the overhead panel, on the ADIRS CDU:

(a) Set the three OFF/NAV/ATT selector switches to NAV.

(b) Make sure that the ON BAT light comes on for 5 seconds and the
ALIGN legend of the IR1, IR2 and IR3 annunciators comes on.

(c) Make sure that the FAULT and OFF legends of the ADR1, ADR2 and
ADR3 pushbutton switches are off.

(2) On the CAPT and F/O main instrument panels, on the PFDs :
- make sure that the CAS, ALT and V/S come into view.
- make sure that the attitude data come into view 40 seconds
approximetaly after the three selector switches are at NAV.

(3) On the ADIRS CDU, set the SYS DISPLAY selector switch to 1 and the
DATA DISPLAY selector switch to PPOS, and make sure that dashes are
shown on the CDU display.

R **ON A/C 240-249, 251-299, 313-399, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 34-10-00-710-065-A

A. ADIRS Start Procedure.

(1) On the overhead panel, on the ADIRS MSU:

(a) Set the three OFF/NAV/ATT selector switches to NAV.

(b) Make sure that the ON BAT light comes on for 5 seconds and then
goes off.

(c) Make sure that the FAULT and OFF legends of the ADR1, ADR2 and
ADR3 pushbutton switches are off.



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(d) Make sure that the FAULT and OFF legends of the IR1, IR2 and IR3
pushbutton switches are off.

(2) On the CAPT and F/O main instrument panels, on the PFDs :
- Make sure that the CAS, ALT and V/S come into view.
- Make sure that the attitude data come into view 40 seconds
approximetaly after the three selector switches are at NAV.

**ON A/C ALL

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 34-10-00-410-065

A. Close Access

(1) Install the protective cover on the battery power center 105VU.

(2) Tighten the two screws.

(3) Close the access door 822.

(4) Remove the access platform(s).



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TASK 34-10-00-860-004

IR Alignment Procedure

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific access platform 1.6 m (5 ft. 3 in.)

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the


External Power
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure

3. __________
Job Set-up

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-239, 301-312,

Subtask 34-10-00-860-057

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-


002).

(2) Do the EIS start procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001).



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(3) On the overhead panel:
- on the FLT CTL panels 23VU and 24VU, make sure that the FAC, ELAC
and SEC pushbutton switches are not pushed (the OFF legends are
on).
- on the ADIRS CDU, make sure that the three OFF/NAV/ATT selector
switches are at OFF.

(4) On the glareshield, on the CAPT and F/O EFIS control sections of the
FCU, set the mode selector switches to ROSE/NAV.

NOTE : (1) During the alignment phase until the NAV mode is got, the
____
aircraft must not move.

NOTE : (2) During the alignment phase necessary to get the NAV mode,
____
the time for alignment is shown:
- in the right part of the display of the ADIRS CDU, if the
DATA DISPLAY selector switch is at HDG. The indication is as
follows: TTN5
- on the upper ECAM display unit, minute after minute (from 6
MN to 1 MN) as follows: IRS IN ALIGN 6 MN.

R **ON A/C 240-249, 251-299, 313-399, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 34-10-00-860-057-B

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-


002).

(2) Do the EIS start procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001).

(3) On the overhead panel:


- On the FLT CTL panels 23VU and 24VU, make sure that the FAC, ELAC
and SEC pushbutton switches are not pushed (the OFF legends are
on).
- On the ADIRS MSU, make sure that the three OFF/NAV/ATT selector
switches are at OFF.

(4) On the glareshield, on the CAPT and F/O EFIS control sections of the
FCU, set the mode selector switches to ROSE/NAV.

NOTE : (1) During the alignment phase until the NAV mode is got, the
____
aircraft must not move.


R

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NOTE : (2) During the alignment phase necessary to get the NAV mode,
____
the time for alignment is shown:
- On the upper ECAM display unit, minute after minute (from 6
MN to 1 MN) as follows: IRS IN ALIGN 6 MN.

**ON A/C 401-499,

Subtask 34-10-00-860-057-A

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT ALL PERSONS ARE AWAY FROM THE SATCOM ANTENNAS
_______
(MORE THAN 3 METERS) WHEN YOU DO THIS TEST. THE SATCOM ANTENNAS
USE HIGH POWER WHEN THEY TRANSMIT AND CAN CAUSE INJURY TO
PERSONS.

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-


002).

(2) Do the EIS start procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001).

(3) On the overhead panel:


- on the FLT CTL panels 23VU and 24VU, make sure that the FAC, ELAC
and SEC pushbutton switches are not pushed (in). The OFF legends
are on.
- on the ADIRS CDU, make sure that the three OFF/NAV/ATT selector
switches are at OFF.

(4) On the glareshield, on the CAPT and F/O EFIS control sections of the
FCU, set the mode selector switches to ROSE/NAV.

NOTE : (1) During the alignment phase until the NAV mode is got, the
____
aircraft must not move.

NOTE : (2) During the alignment phase necessary to get the NAV mode,
____
the time for alignment is shown:
- in the right part of the display of the ADIRS CDU, if the
DATA DISPLAY selector switch is at HDG. The indication is as
follows: TTN5
- on the upper ECAM display unit, minute after minute (from 6
MN to 1 MN) as follows: IRS IN ALIGN 6 MN.


R

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**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 34-10-00-010-062

B. Get Access

(1) Put the access platform in position at the access door 822.

(2) Open the access door 822.

(3) On the battery power center 105VU:


- loosen the two screws and remove the protective cover.

Subtask 34-10-00-865-079

C. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU AUTO FLT/FCU/1 9CA1 B05
49VU AUTO FLT/FMGC/1 10CA1 B02
49VU AUTO FLT/MCDU/1 11CA1 B01
49VU L/G/LGCIU/SYS1/NORM 1GA C09
49VU NAV PROBES/ADIRU3/PWR/SWTG 8FP F09
49VU NAV PROBES/ADIRU 1/AND AOA 1/26VAC 5FP1 F07
49VU NAV PROBES/ADIRU1/115VAC 4FP1 F06
105VU ADIRS/ADIRU1/28VDC 6FP1 C02

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-061, 101-105, 201-203,

121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2PWR/SHED 10FP N11


121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3PWR/SWTG 9FP N10
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/26VAC AND AOA 5FP2 N09
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/26VAC AND AOA 5FP3 N08
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/115VAC 4FP2 N07
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/115VAC 4FP3 N06
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/28VDC 6FP2 N05
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/28VDC 6FP3 N04

**ON A/C ALL

121VU CFDS/CFDIU/SPLY 2TW J18


121VU AUTO FLT/FCU/2 9CA2 M21



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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
121VU AUTO FLT/FMGC/2 10CA2 M17
121VU AUTO FLT/MCDU/2 11CA2 N20
121VU HYDRAULIC/LGCIU/SYS2 2GA Q35
121VU HYDRAULIC/LGCIU/SYS1/GRND SPLY 52GA Q34

R **ON A/C 062-099, 106-149, 151-199, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2PWR/SHED 10FP N10


121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3PWR/SWTG 9FP N09
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/26VAC AND AOA 5FP2 N08
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/26VAC AND AOA 5FP3 N07
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/115VAC 4FP2 N06
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/115VAC 4FP3 N05
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/28VDC 6FP2 N04
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/28VDC 6FP3 N03

**ON A/C ALL

Post SB 31-1163 For A/C 155-156,208-209,

121VU CFDS/CFDIU/BACK/UP 8TW J17



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**ON A/C ALL

4. Procedure
_________

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-239, 301-312, 401-499,

Subtask 34-10-00-860-058

A. IR Alignment from the ADIRS CDU

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the ADIRS CDU: On the ADIRS CDU:


- set the three OFF/NAV/ATT - the OFF legend of the ADR1, ADR2 and
selector switches to NAV ADR3 pushbutton switches stays off.
- the ON BAT light stays on for 5
seconds.
- the ALIGN legend comes on.
After approximately 40 seconds:
- on the CAPT and F/O PFDs:
. the ATT warning flags go out of
view.
. the attitude data come into view.
- on the upper ECAM display unit, the
memo section shows IRS IN ALIGN > 7
MN.

- set the DATA DISPLAY selector


switch to PPOS
- set the SYS DISPLAY selector
switch to 1

- on the CDU keyboard, enter the The ADIRS CDU shows the coordinates
present position (example for N 43-36-8 (in the left part of the
Toulouse): display) and
N 43 36 8 then push the ENT E 1-21-9 (in the right part of the
key, display).
E 1 21 9 then push the ENT
key.

NOTE : If the coordinates are


____
incorrect, push the CLR
key and enter new data as
above.

NOTE : If an incorrect longitude


____
is entered two times in
sequence during PPOS



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ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
entry, the ADIRUs will
accept this position until
the subsequent alignment.

- set the SYS DISPLAY selector After a time delay of approximately 5


switch to 2, then to 3 and make minutes:
sure that the coordinates shown - on the CAPT and F/O NDs , the HDG
are the same for the three warning flags go out of view and the
ADIRUs. Set the SYS DISPLAY heading dial comes into view.
selector switch to 1. After a time delay of approximately 10
minutes:
- on the ADIRS CDU, the ALIGN legend of
the IR1, IR2 and IR3 annunciators
goes off
- on the upper ECAM display unit, the
IRS IN ALIGN 1 MN indication goes out
of view (the ADIRUs are in the NAV
mode).

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | MAINTENANCE INDICATION | DESCRIPTION |
R | ON THE CDU | |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | STS - IRU FAULT | Critical failure. Remove the IRU for |
R | | maintenance. |
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | STS - DELAYED MAINT | Non critical failure. Remove the IRU |
R | | if necessary. |
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | STS - ENTER P POS | Enter the present position. |
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | STS - SELECT ATT | Non critical failure. Set the ATT mode |
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | STS - XCESS MOTION | Excessive movements of the aircraft |
R | | during the alignment. |
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | STS - ADR FAULT | ADR non valid. |
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | STS - CHECK CK/BK | Do the check of the circuit breaker. |
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | STS - CDU FAULT | Remove the CDU for maintenance. |
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | STS - ENT MAG HDG | Enter the magnetic heading in |
R | | attitude mode. |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------



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NOTE : These status indications are given to help you. They come into
____
view only when the DATA DISPLAY selector switch on the ADIRS CDU
is at STS, after a fault detection.

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,


R 401-499,

Subtask 34-10-00-860-059

B. IR Alignment from the MCDU:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the circuit breaker panel


121VU:
- open the circuit breaker 10CA2.

2. On the ADIRS CDU: On the ADIRS CDU:


R - set the three OFF/NAV/ATT - The OFF legend of the ADR pushbutton
R selector switches to NAV. switches flashes two times, then goes
R off.
R - The ON BAT light comes on for 5
R seconds.
R - The ALIGN legend of the IR1, IR2 and
R IR3 annunciators comes on.
On the upper ECAM display unit the memo
section shows IRS IN ALIGN > 7 MN (only
R if one FMGC (1 or 2) is energized)
On the CAPT and F/O PFDs:
- CAS, V/S and ALT data come into view.
- after approximately 40 seconds the
ATT warning flags go out of view and
the attitude data come into view.

- set the SYS DISPLAY selector


switch to 1 (2 or 3) and the
DATA DISPLAY selector switch to
PPOS.

3. On the MCDU1 or 2: On the MCDU1 or 2:

- turn the BRT knob (or push the


BRT key)

R - Push the MCDU MENU mode key. The MCDU MENU page comes into view.


R

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ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R - Push the line key adjacent to
R the FMGC indication.

R - Push the INIT mode key. The INIT A page comes into view.

R - Enter an airline code route The code number is shown in the


R with the keyboard. scratchpad line (bottom part of the
R MCDU).

R - Push the line key adjacent to - The code number comes into view below
R the CO RTE indication the CO RTE indication.
- The latitude and longitude are shown
below the LAT and LONG indications.
R The slew prompts (up and down arrow)
R adjacent to the LAT indication are
R shown.
- The ALIGN IRS indication is shown on
the line above the LONG coordinates.

NOTE : You can increase or decrease the


____
LAT or/and LONG magnitude as
indicated in para. 4 and 5. If
no LAT or LONG change is
necessary, go to the para. 6.

NOTE : If an incorrect longitude is


____
entered two times in sequence
R during PPOS entry, the ADIRU
R will accept this position until
R the subsequent alignment.

4. For the LAT change:

- on the MCDU keyboard, push one The LAT coordinates increase or


of the two slew keys. decrease:
- by 1 minute, each time you push the
slew key
- by 1 minute/second, if you push and
hold the slew key.

5. For the LONG change:


R

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ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R - on the MCDU, push the line key The slew prompts (up and down arrow)
R adjacent to the LONG move to the LONG indication.
coordinates.

- on the MCDU keyboard, push one The LONG coordinates increase or


of the two slew keys. decrease as for the LAT.

6. On the MCDU, push the line key On the MCDU, the ALIGN IRS indication
adjacent to the ALIGN IRS goes out of view.
indication.

7. On the ADIRS CDU, set the SYS The coordinates which are in view on
DISPLAY selector switch to 2, the ADIRS CDU are the same as the
then to 3 and make sure that the coordinates shown on the MCDU
R coordinates shown are the same After approximately 5 minutes:
for the three ADIRUs. Set the SYS - on the CAPT and F/O NDs, the HDG
DISPLAY selector switch to 1 warning flags go out of view and the
heading dial comes into view.
R After approximately 10 minutes:
- on the ADIRS CDU, the ALIGN legend of
the IR1, IR2 and IR3 goes off.
- on the upper ECAM display unit, the
IRS IN ALIGN 1 MN indication goes out
of view.

R 8. On the related circuit breaker


R panel:
- open the circuit breaker 10CA1
(49VU).
- close the circuit breaker 10CA2
(121VU).

9. Do the same test from the para. Same results.


2.

10. On the related circuit breaker


panel, close the circuit breaker
10CA1.


R

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R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-239, 305-312,

Subtask 34-10-00-860-059-A

B. IR Alignment from the MCDU:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the circuit breaker panel


121VU:
- open the circuit breaker 10CA2.

2. On the ADIRS CDU: On the ADIRS CDU:


R - Set the three OFF/NAV/ATT - The OFF legend of the ADR pushbutton
R selector switches to NAV. switches flashes two times, then goes
R off.
R - The ON BAT light comes on for 5
R seconds.
R - The ALIGN legend of the IR1, IR2 and
R IR3 annunciators comes on.
On the upper ECAM display unit the memo
section shows IRS IN ALIGN > 7 MN (only
if the FMGC 1 and 2 energized)
On the CAPT and F/O PFDs:
- CAS, V/S and ALT data come into view.
- after approximately 40 seconds the
ATT warning flags go out of view and
the attitude data come into view.

- set the SYS DISPLAY selector


switch to 1 (2 or 3) and the
DATA DISPLAY selector switch to
PPOS.

3. On the MCDU: On the MCDU:

R - Turn the BRT knob. The MCDU MENU page comes into view.
R - Push the MCDU MENU mode key.

R - Push the line key adjacent to The A/C status page comes into view.
R the FMGC indication.

R - Push the INIT mode key. The INIT page comes into view.


R

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ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R - Enter an airline code route (or The code number is shown in the
R FROM/TO destination). scratchpad line (bottom part of the
R MCDU).

R - Push the line key adjacent to - The code number comes into view below
R the CO RTE indication (or the CO RTE indication (or FROM/TO
R FROM/TO indication). indication).

- Push the line key adjacent to - The IRS INIT page comes into view.
the IRS INIT indication. - The latitude and longitude are shown
below the LAT and LONG indications.
R The slew prompts (up and down arrow)
R adjacent to the LAT indication are
R shown.
- The ALIGN IRS indication is shown on
the line above the LONG coordinates.

NOTE : You can increase or decrease the


____
LAT or/and LONG magnitude as
indicated in para. 4 and 5. If
no LAT or LONG change is
necessary, go to the para. 6.

NOTE : If an incorrect longitude is


____
entered two times in sequence
R during PPOS entry, the ADIRU
R will accept this position until
R the subsequent alignment.

4. For the LAT change:

- on the MCDU keyboard, push one The LAT coordinates increase or


of the two slew keys. decrease:
- by 1 minute, each time you push the
slew key
- by 1 minute/second, if you push and
hold the slew key.

5. For the LONG change:

R - on the MCDU, push the line key The slew prompts (up and down arrow)
R adjacent to the LONG move to the LONG indication.
coordinates.


R

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ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R - On the MCDU keyboard, push one The LONG coordinates increase or
R of the two slew keys. decrease as for the LAT.

6. On the MCDU, push the line key On the MCDU, the ALIGN IRS indication
adjacent to the ALIGN IRS goes out of view.
indication.

7. On the ADIRS CDU, set the SYS The coordinates which are in view on
DISPLAY selector switch to 2, the ADIRS CDU are the same as the
then to 3 and make sure that the coordinates shown on the MCDU
R coordinates shown are the same After approximately 5 minutes:
R for the three ADIRUs. Set the SYS - On the CAPT and F/O NDs, the HDG
R DISPLAY selector switch to 1 warning flags go out of view and the
R heading dial comes into view.
R After approximately 10 minutes:
R - On the ADIRS CDU, the ALIGN legend of
R the IR1, IR2 and IR3 goes off.
R - On the upper ECAM display unit, the
R IRS IN ALIGN 1 MN indication goes out
R of view.

R 8. On the related circuit breaker


R panel:
R - Open the circuit breaker 10CA1.
R - Close the circuit breaker
R 10CA2.

9. Do the same test from the para. Same results.


2.

10. On the related circuit breaker


panel, close the circuit breaker
10CA1.


R

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R **ON A/C 240-249, 251-299, 313-399, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 34-10-00-860-059-B

B. IR Alignment from the MCDU:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the circuit breaker panel


121VU:
- Open the circuit breaker 10CA2.

2. On the ADIRS MSU: On the ADIRS MSU:


- Set the three OFF/NAV/ATT - The OFF legend of the ADR1, ADR2 and
selector switches to NAV. ADR3 pushbutton switches flashes two
times,then goes off.
- The FAULT legend of the IR1, IR2 and
IR3 pushbutton switches is off.
- The ON BAT light comes on for 5
seconds.
On the upper ECAM display unit the memo
section shows IRS IN ALIGN > 7 MN (only
if the FMGC 1 and 2 are energized)
On the CAPT and F/O PFDs:
- CAS, V/S and ALT data come into view.
- After approximately 40 seconds the
ATT warning flags go out of view and
the attitude data come into view.

3. On the MCDU: On the MCDU:

- Turn the BRT knob. The MCDU MENU page comes into view.
- Push the MCDU MENU mode key.

- Push the line key adjacent to The A/C status page comes into view.
the FMGC indication.

- Push the INIT mode key. The INIT page comes into view.

- Enter an airline code route (or The code number is shown in the
FROM/TO destination). scratchpad line (bottom part of the
MCDU).


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- Push the line key adjacent to - The code number comes into view below
the CO RTE indication (or the CO RTE indication (or FROM/TO
FROM/TO indication). indication).

- Push the line key adjacent to - The IRS INIT page comes into view.
the IRS INIT indication. - The latitude and longitude are shown
below the LAT and LONG indications.
The slew prompts (up and down arrow)
adjacent to the LAT indication are
shown.
- The ALIGN IRS indication is shown on
the line above the LONG coordinates.

NOTE : You can increase or decrease the


____
LAT or/and LONG magnitude as
indicated in para. 4 and 5. If
no LAT or LONG change is
necessary, go to the para. 6.

NOTE : If an incorrect longitude is


____
entered two times in sequence
during PPOS entry, the ADIRU
will accept this position until
the subsequent alignment.

4. For the LAT change:

- On the MCDU keyboard, push one The LAT coordinates increase or


of the two slew keys. decrease:
- By 1 minute, each time you push the
slew key
- By 1 minute/second, if you push and
hold the slew key.

5. For the LONG change:

- On the MCDU, push the line key The slew prompts (up and down arrow)
adjacent to the LONG move to the LONG indication.
coordinates.

- On the MCDU keyboard, push one The LONG coordinates increase or


of the two slew keys. decrease as for the LAT.


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R 6. On the MCDU, push the line key On the MCDU, the ALIGN IRS indication
R adjacent to the ALIGN IRS goes out of view.
R indication. After approximately 5 minutes:
R - On the CAPT and F/O NDs, the HDG
R warning flags go out of view and the
R heading dial comes into view.
R After approximately 10 minutes:
R - On the upper ECAM display unit, the
R IRS IN ALIGN 1 MN indication goes out
R of view.

R 7. On the related circuit breaker


R panel:
R - Open the circuit breaker 10CA1.
R - Close the circuit breaker
R 10CA2.

R 8. Do the same test from the para. Same results.


R 2.

R 9. On the related circuit breaker


R panel, close the circuit breaker
R 10CA1.

**ON A/C ALL

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 34-10-00-410-062

A. Close Access

(1) Install the protective cover on the battery power center 105VU.

(2) Tighten the two screws.

(3) Close the access door 822.

(4) Remove the access platform(s).



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TASK 34-10-00-860-005

ADIRS Stop Procedure

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied


from the External Power

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 34-10-00-860-069

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the center pedestal, on the SWITCHING control panel 8VU:


- set the AIR DATA selector switch to NORM
- set the ATT HDG selector switch to NORM.

4. Procedure
_________

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-239, 301-312, 401-499,

Subtask 34-10-00-860-070

A. ADIRS Stop Procedure

(1) On the ADIRS CDU, set the OFF/NAV/ATT selector switches to OFF.



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R **ON A/C 240-249, 251-299, 313-399, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 34-10-00-860-070-A

A. ADIRS Stop Procedure

(1) On the ADIRS MSU, set the OFF/NAV/ATT selector switches to OFF.

**ON A/C ALL

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 34-10-00-860-071

A. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) On the panels 301VU and 500VU, set the PFD and ND potentiometers to
OFF.

(2) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits


(Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002).



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AIR DATA/INERTIAL REFERENCE SYSTEM (ADIRS) - SERVICING
______________________________________________________

R TASK 34-10-00-170-004

R Cleaning of the Pitot Probe Drain-Holes

R 1. __________________
Reason for the Job

R - To remove dust and particles from the pitot probes.

R 2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

R A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R No specific dry nitrogen source of 2 bars (29 psi)


R No specific WIRE-NYLON, dia. 0.7mm (0.027in.)
R No specific 0.8mm (0.031in.)
R No specific 1 ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT)
R 98D34103004001 1 CLEANER-PITOT PROBE
R 98F34103003000 1 TBD

R B. Referenced Information

R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R REFERENCE DESIGNATION
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R 24-42-00-861-001 Energize the Ground Service Network from the External


R Power
R 24-42-00-862-001 De-energize the Ground Service Network Supplied from
R the External Power
R 34-13-00-790-002 Leak Test of the Principal Static and Total Air Data
R System

R 3. __________
Job Set-up

R Subtask 34-10-00-861-063

R A. Energize the ground service network


R (Ref. TASK 24-42-00-861-001).



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R Subtask 34-10-00-010-067

R B. Get access to the Avionics Compartment

R (1) Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT) in position :


R - At zone 125 to get access to pitot probes 1 (9DA1) and 3 (9DA3)
R - At zone 126 to get access to pitot probe 2 (9DA2).

R (2) Open the applicable access door:


R FOR 9DA1, 9DA3
R 812
R FOR 9DA2
R 822.

R Subtask 34-10-00-860-079

R C. Connection of the Dry Nitrogen Source

R (1) Disconnect the quick-disconnect coupling from the total Pitot probe 1
R (2 or 3).

R (2) Connect TBD (98F34103003000) to a 3-pin adapter (98D34103002100) and


R to the quick-disconnect coupling of the pitot probe 1 (2 or 3). Then
R connect it to a dry nitrogen source of 2 bars (29 psi).

R (3) Attach the hose to prevent movement.

R 4. Procedure
_________

R Subtask 34-10-00-170-057

R A. Cleaning of the Pitot Probe Drain-Holes

R (1) Blow the gas into the hose at a pressure of 2 bars (29 psi) for
R approximately 3 minutes, and at the same time:
R - clean draining hole of the pitot probe 1 (2 or 3) with a CLEANER-
R PITOT PROBE (98D34103004001) and a WIRE-NYLON, dia. 0.7mm
R (0.027in.) and 0.8mm (0.031in.).

R NOTE : The WIRE-NYLON must have a length of 5 mm (0.1968 in.) to


____
R prevent contact between the metal tool element and the pitot
R probe.

R (2) Make sure that there is no contamination in the pressurized gas at


R the outlet of the pitot probe 1 (2 or 3).

R (3) Stop the flow of gas.



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R (4) Disconnect the dry nitrogen source.

R (5) Remove the 3-pin adapter.

R (6) Connect the quick-disconnect coupling to the Pitot probe 1 (2 or 3).

R (7) Make sure that you can see the blue ring on the quick-disconnect
R coupling.

R (8) Pull the quick-disconnect coupling to make sure that it is correctly


R attached.

R Subtask 34-10-00-170-058

R B. After the Cleaning Procedure

R WARNING : IF ONE QUICK DISCONNECT COUPLING IS DISCONNECTED IN ONE SYSTEM,


_______
R MAKE SURE THAT A SECOND QUALIFIED MECHANIC DOES A VISUAL
R INSPECTION OF THE QUICK-DISCONNECT COUPLING CONNECTION. THE TWO
R MECHANICS MUST SIGN OFF THE JOB.
R IF TWO OR MORE QUICK DISCONNECT COUPLINGS ARE DISCONNECTED IN
R TWO OR MORE SYSTEMS, MAKE SURE THAT A SECOND QUALIFIED MECHANIC
R DOES A VISUAL INSPECTION OF THE QUICK-DISCONNECT COUPLING
R CONNECTIONS AND DOES THE LEAK TEST. THE TWO MECHANICS MUST SIGN
R OFF THE JOB.

R (1) Release the hose.

R (2) If one quick-disconnect coupling is disconnected in one total


R pressure line:

R (a) A second qualified mechanic must do a visual inspection of the


R quick-disconnect coupling connection.

R (3) If two (or more) quick-disconnect coupling are disconnected in two


R (or more) total pressure lines:

R (a) A second qualified mechanic must do a visual inspection of the


R quick-disconnect coupling connections.

R (b) Do the leak test of the principal static and total air-data
R system (Ref. TASK 34-13-00-790-002).

R (4) The two mechanics must sign off the job.



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R 5. Close-up
________

R Subtask 34-10-00-410-067

R A. Close Access

R (1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
R items.

R (2) Close the applicable access door:


R FOR 9DA1, 9DA3
R - 812
R FOR 9DA2
R - 822.

R (3) Remove the access platform(s).

R Subtask 34-10-00-862-064

R B. De-energize the ground service network


R (Ref. TASK 24-42-00-862-001).



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TASK 34-10-00-170-001

Flushing of the Principal Total Pressure Lines

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Refer to the MPD TASK: 341300-07

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific dry nitrogen source - 2 bars (29 psi)


No specific WIRE-NYLON dia. 0,7 and 0,8mm
No specific WIRE-NYLON, dia. 0.6mm
No specific access platform 1.6 m (5 ft. 3 in.)
98D34103002000 1 ADAPTERS - AIR DATA SYSTEM FLUSHING
R
98D34103004001 1 CLEANER-PITOT PROBE

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

34-13-00-790-002 Leak Test of the Principal Static and Total Air Data
System
34-10-00-991-001 Fig. 301

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
R

34-10-00-991-003 Fig. 302



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**ON A/C ALL

3. __________
Job Set-up

(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 34-10-00-991-001)

NOTE : The hose couplings are self-sealing.


____

Subtask 34-10-00-010-059

A. Get access to the Avionics Compartment

(1) Put the access platform in position in the zone 123 at the access
door 812 (in the zone 122 at the access door 822).

(2) Open the access door: for ADM 19FP1 (19FP2): 812 (822).
R

Subtask 34-10-00-860-051-A

B. Connect the Dry Nitrogen Source

(1) Disconnect the quick-disconnect coupling from the ADM 19FP1 (19FP2).

(2) Connect an ADAPTERS - AIR DATA SYSTEM FLUSHING 3-pin adapter


(98D34103002100) to the total pressure hose. Then connect it to the
dry nitrogen source - 2 bars (29 psi).

(3) Attach the hose to prevent movement.


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Routing of Pressure Lines
Figure 301/TASK 34-10-00-991-001


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R

4. Procedure
_________

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105, 151-199,

Subtask 34-10-00-170-050-B

A. Flushing of the Total Pressure Line

(1) Blow the gas into the hose at a pressure of 2 bars (29 psi) for
approximately 3 minutes.

(2) Clean draining hole of the pitot probe 1(2) with CLEANER-PITOT PROBE
and a WIRE-NYLON, dia. 0.6mm.

NOTE : The WIRE-NYLON must have a length of 5mm (0.196in) to prevent


____
contact between the metallic tool element and the pitot probe.

(3) Make sure that there is no contamination in the pressurized gas at


the outlet of the pitot probe 1(2).

(4) Stop the flow of gas.

(5) Disconnect the dry nitrogen source.

(6) Remove the 3-pin adapter.

(7) Release the hose.

(8) Connect the quick-disconnect coupling to the ADM 19FP1 (19FP2).


(Ref. Fig. 302/TASK 34-10-00-991-003)

(9) Make sure that you can see the blue ring on the quick-disconnect
coupling.

(10) Pull the quick-disconnect coupling to be sure that it is correctly


attached.



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Illustration of the Quick-Disconnect coupling
Figure 302/TASK 34-10-00-991-003



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CES 
R **ON A/C 106-149, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
R 528-599,

R Subtask 34-10-00-170-050-A

R A. Flushing of the Total Pressure Line

R (1) Blow the gas into the hose at a pressure of 2 bars (29 psi) for
R approximately 3 minutes.

R (2) Clean draining hole of the pitot probe 1(2) with CLEANER-PITOT PROBE
R and WIRE-NYLON dia. 0,7 and 0,8mm.

R (3) Make sure that there is no contamination in the pressurized gas at


R the outlet of the pitot probe 1(2).

R (4) Stop the flow of gas.

R (5) Disconnect the dry nitrogen source.

R (6) Remove the 3-pin adapter.

R (7) Release the hose.

R (8) Connect the quick-disconnect coupling to the ADM 19FP1 (19FP2).


R (Ref. Fig. 302/TASK 34-10-00-991-003)

R (9) Make sure that you can see the blue ring on the quick-disconnect
R coupling.

R (10) Pull the quick-disconnect coupling to be sure that it is correctly


R attached.


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**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 34-10-00-170-053

B. After the flushing.

WARNING : IF ONE QUICK DISCONNECT COUPLING IS DISCONNECTED IN ONE SYSTEM,


_______
MAKE SURE THAT A SECOND QUALIFIED MECHANIC DOES A VISUAL
INSPECTION OF THE QUICK-DISCONNECT COUPLING CONNECTION. THE TWO
MECHANICS MUST SIGN OFF THE JOB.
IF TWO OR MORE QUICK DISCONNECT COUPLINGS ARE DISCONNECTED IN
TWO OR MORE SYSTEMS, MAKE SURE THAT A SECOND QUALIFIED MECHANIC
DOES A VISUAL INSPECTION OF THE QUICK-DISCONNECT COUPLING
CONNECTIONS AND DOES THE LEAK TEST. THE TWO MECHANICS MUST SIGN
OFF THE JOB.

(1) If one quick disconnect coupling is disconnected in one total


pressure line does a visual inspection of the quick disconnect
coupling by a second qualified mechanic.

(2) If two (or more) quick disconnect coupling are disconnected in two
(or more) total pressure lines:

(a) Do a visual inspection of the quick disconnect coupling


connections by a second qualified mechanic.

(b) Do the leak test of the Principal Static and Total Air Data
System (Ref. TASK 34-13-00-790-002).

(c) The two mechanics must sign off the job.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 34-10-00-410-059

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Close the access door 812 (822).

(3) Remove the access platform(s).



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TASK 34-10-00-170-002

Flushing of the Principal Static Pressure Lines

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific dry nitrogen source - 2 bars (29 psi)


No specific access platform 1.6 m (5 ft. 3 in.)
98D34103002000 1 ADAPTERS - AIR DATA SYSTEM FLUSHING

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

34-13-00-790-002 Leak Test of the Principal Static and Total Air Data
System
52-41-00-410-002 Close the Avionics Compartment Doors after Access
34-10-00-991-001 Fig. 301
34-10-00-991-003 Fig. 302

3. __________
Job Set-up

(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 34-10-00-991-001)

NOTE : The hose couplings are self-sealing.


____

Subtask 34-10-00-010-060

A. Get access to the Avionics Compartment

(1) Put the access platform in position in the zone 128 at the access
door 824.

(2) Open the access door 824.


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Subtask 34-10-00-860-052

B. Connect the Dry Nitrogen Source

(1) Disconnect the quick-disconnect coupling from the ADM 19FP4 or 19FP5
(19FP6 or 19FP7).

(2) Connect a ADAPTERS - AIR DATA SYSTEM FLUSHING (98D34103002000) 3-pin


adapter (98D34103002100) to the static pressure hose. Then connect it
to the dry nitrogen source - 2 bars (29 psi).

(3) Attach the hose to prevent movement.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 34-10-00-170-051

A. Flushing of the Static Pressure Line

(1) Blow the gas into the hose at a pressure of 2 bars (29 psi) for
approximately 1 minute.

(2) Make sure that there is no contamination in the pressurized gas at


the outlet of the L or R static probe 1 (L or R static probe 2).

(3) Stop the flow of gas.

(4) Disconnect the dry nitrogen source.

(5) Remove the 3-pin adapter .

(6) Release the hose.

(7) Connect the quick-disconnect coupling to the ADM 19FP4 or 19FP5


(19FP6 or 19FP7).
(Ref. Fig. 302/TASK 34-10-00-991-003)

(8) Make sure that you can see the blue ring on the quick-disconnect
coupling.

(9) Pull the quick-disconnect coupling to be sure that it is correctly


attached.


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Subtask 34-10-00-170-054

B. After the flushing.

WARNING : IF ONE QUICK DISCONNECT COUPLING IS DISCONNECTED IN ONE SYSTEM,


_______
MAKE SURE THAT A SECOND QUALIFIED MECHANIC DOES A VISUAL
INSPECTION OF THE QUICK-DISCONNECT COUPLING CONNECTION. THE TWO
MECHANICS MUST SIGN OFF THE JOB.
IF TWO OR MORE QUICK DISCONNECT COUPLINGS ARE DISCONNECTED IN
TWO OR MORE SYSTEMS, MAKE SURE THAT A SECOND QUALIFIED MECHANIC
DOES A VISUAL INSPECTION OF THE QUICK-DISCONNECT COUPLING
CONNECTIONS AND DOES THE LEAK TEST. THE TWO MECHANICS MUST SIGN
OFF THE JOB.

(1) If one quick disconnect coupling is disconnected in one static


pressure line does a visual inspection of the quick disconnect
coupling by a second qualified mechanic.

(2) If two (or more) Quick Disconnect coupling are disconnected on the
two (or more) Static Pressure Lines:

(a) Do a visual inspection of the Quick Disconnect coupling


connections by a second qualified mechanic.

(b) Do the leak test of the Principal Static and Total Air Data
System (Ref. TASK 34-13-00-790-002).

(c) The two mechanics must sign off the job.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 34-10-00-410-060

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Close the access door 824 (Ref. TASK 52-41-00-410-002).

(3) Remove the access platform(s).


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TASK 34-10-00-170-003

Draining and Flushing of Standby Pneumatic Circuits

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Refer to the MPD TASK: 342100-02

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific blanking cap


No specific dry nitrogen source - 2 bars (29 psi)
No specific WIRE-NYLON 0,7 and 0,8mm
No specific WIRE-NYLON, dia. 0.6mm
No specific access platform 1.6 m (5 ft. 3 in.)
98D34003500000 2 ADAPTER COVER-STATIC PORT
98D34103002000 1 ADAPTERS - AIR DATA SYSTEM FLUSHING
98D34103003000 1 ADAPTER, PITOT - PNEUMATIC CLEANER
98D34103004001 1 CLEANER-PITOT PROBE

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

12-24-34-600-001 Bleeding of the Standby Air Data System


34-21-00-790-001 Low-Range Leak Test of the Standby Pneumatic Circuits
34-21-22-000-001 Removal of the Standby Altimeter (3FN)
34-21-22-400-001 Installation of the Standby Altimeter (3FN)
34-21-25-000-001 Removal of the Metric Altimeter (15FN)
34-21-25-400-001 Installation of the Metric Altimeter (15FN)
34-21-26-000-001 Removal of the Standby Airspeed Indicator (9FN)
34-21-26-400-001 Installation of the Standby Airspeed Indicator (9FN)


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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105,

34-10-00-991-002 Fig. 303

**ON A/C 151-199, 201-220, 236-238,

34-10-00-991-002-A Fig. 303A

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105, 151-199, 201-220, 236-238,

34-10-00-991-004 Fig. 304

3. __________
Job Set-up

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105,

(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 34-10-00-991-002)

**ON A/C 151-199, 201-220, 236-238,

(Ref. Fig. 303A/TASK 34-10-00-991-002-A)

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105, 151-199, 201-220, 236-238,

NOTE : The hose couplings are self-sealing.


____

Subtask 34-10-00-010-061

A. Get Access

(1) Put the access platform in position in the zone 110 at the access
door 811.

(2) Open the access door 811.



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Location of Components Related to the Standby Pressure Lines-Schematic
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Figure 303A/TASK 34-10-00-991-002-A


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Subtask 34-10-00-860-053

B. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Drain the standby air data system (Ref. TASK 12-24-34-600-001).

(2) Disconnect the quick-disconnect coupling (4) from the ADM 19FP8 and
the quick-disconnect coupling (8) from the ADM 19FP3.

(3) Disconnect the cabin-pressure detection pressure-switch 14WN (3) from


the static pipe. Put a blanking cap on the pressure switch.

(4) Remove the water drain plug (2) from the water drain (1).

(5) In the cockpit, on the center instrument panel:


- remove the standby altimeter 3FN (Ref. TASK 34-21-22-000-001)
- remove the standby airspeed indicator (6) 9FN (Ref. TASK 34-21-26-
000-001)
- remove the metric altimeter (15FN) (Ref. TASK 34-21-25-000-001).

(6) Disconnect the quick-disconnect coupling (7) from the red 2-pin
coupling of the standby airspeed indicator (6) and disconnect the
quick-disconnect couplings (5) from the yellow 3-pin couplings of the
standby instruments 3FN, 9FN and 15FN.

(7) Connect a ADAPTERS - AIR DATA SYSTEM FLUSHING 3-pin adapter


(98D34103002100) to the hose of the standby altimeter and a ADAPTERS-
AIR DATA SYSTEM FLUSHING 2-pin adapter (98D34103002102) to the hose
(7). Then connect them to the dry nitrogen source - 2 bars (29 psi).

(8) Connect the ADAPTER, PITOT - PNEUMATIC CLEANER to the dry nitrogen
source - 2 bars (29 psi).

(9) Attach the hoses to prevent movement.


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**ON A/C 151-199,

Subtask 34-10-00-860-053-A

B. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Drain the standby air data system (Ref. TASK 12-24-34-600-001).

(2) Disconnect the quick-disconnect coupling (4) from the ADM 19FP8 and
the quick-disconnect coupling (8) from the ADM 19FP3.

(3) Disconnect the cabin-pressure detection pressure-switch 14WN (3) from


the static pipe. Put a blanking cap on the pressure switch.

(4) Remove the water drain plug (2) from the water drain (1).

(5) In the cockpit, on the center instrument panel:


- remove the standby altimeter 3FN (Ref. TASK 34-21-22-000-001)
- remove the standby airspeed indicator (6) 9FN (Ref. TASK 34-21-26-
000-001).

(6) Disconnect the quick-disconnect coupling (7) from the red 2-pin
coupling of the standby airspeed indicator (6) and disconnect the
quick-disconnect couplings (5) from the yellow 3-pin couplings of the
standby instruments 3FN and 9FN.

(7) Connect a ADAPTERS - AIR DATA SYSTEM FLUSHING 3-pin adapter


(98D34103002100) ) to the hose of the standby altimeter and a
ADAPTERS - AIR DATA SYSTEM FLUSHING 2-pin adapter (98D34103002102) to
the hose (7). Then connect to the dry nitrogen source - 2 bars (29
psi).

(8) Connect the ADAPTER, PITOT - PNEUMATIC CLEANER to the dry nitrogen
source - 2 bars (29 psi).

(9) Attach the hoses to prevent movement.


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Subtask 34-10-00-860-053-B

B. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Drain the standby air data system (Ref. TASK 12-24-34-600-001).

(2) Disconnect the quick-disconnect coupling (4) from the ADM 19FP8 and
the quick-disconnect coupling (8) from the ADM 19FP3.

(3) Disconnect the cabin-pressure detection pressure-switch 14WN (3) from


the static pipe. Put a blanking cap on the pressure switch.

(4) Remove the water drain plug (2) from the water drain (1).

(5) In the cockpit, on the center instrument panel:


- remove the standby altimeter 3FN (Ref. TASK 34-21-22-000-001)
- remove the standby airspeed indicator (6) 9FN (Ref. TASK 34-21-26-
000-001).

(6) Disconnect the quick-disconnect coupling (7) from the red 2-pin
coupling of the standby airspeed indicator (6) and disconnect the
quick-disconnect couplings (5) from the yellow 3-pin couplings of the
standby instruments 3FN and 9FN.

(7) Connect a ADAPTERS - AIR DATA SYSTEM FLUSHING 3-pin adapter


(98D34103002100) to the hose of the standby altimeter and a ADAPTERS-
AIR DATA SYSTEM FLUSHING 2-pin adapter (98D34103002102) to the hose
(7). Then connect to the dry nitrogen source - 2 bars (29 psi).

(8) Attach the hoses to prevent movement.


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4. Procedure
_________

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105, 151-199,

Subtask 34-10-00-170-052-B

A. Draining and Flushing of the Standby Static and the Standby Total
Pressure Lines

(1) Blow the gas into each of the instrument hoses (5) and into the hose
(7), from one to the other, at a pressure of 2 bars (29 psi). Do this
for approximately 5 minutes.

(2) Clean draining hole of the pitot probe 3 with CLEANER-PITOT PROBE and
a WIRE-NYLON, dia. 0.6mm.

NOTE : The WYRE-NYLON must have a length of 5mm (0.196inch) to


____
prevent contact between the metallic tool element and the
pitot probe.

(3) Make sure that there is no contamination in the pressurized gas at


these outlets:
- L static probe 3 and R static probe 3
- Pitot probe 3
- Water drain
- Pipe of the cabin-pressure detection pressure-switch.

(4) Put an ADAPTER COVER-STATIC PORT on the L static probe 3 then on the
R static probe 3.

(5) Make sure that the flow of gas is correct at :


- the pipe of the pressure switch
- the water drain.

(6) Stop the flow of gas.



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R **ON A/C 201-220, 236-238,

R Subtask 34-10-00-170-052-A

R A. Draining and Flushing of the Standby Static and the Standby Total
R Pressure Lines

R (1) Blow the gas into each of the instrument hoses (5) and into the hose
R (7), from one to the other, at a pressure of 2 bars (29 psi). Do this
R for approximately 5 minutes.

R (2) Clean draining hole of the pitot probe 3 with CLEANER-PITOT PROBE and
R WIRE-NYLON 0,7 and 0,8mm.

R (3) Make sure that there is no contamination in the pressurized gas at


R these outlets:
R - L static probe 3 and R static probe 3
R - Pitot probe 3
R - Water drain
R - Pipe of the cabin-pressure detection pressure-switch.

R (4) Put an ADAPTER COVER-STATIC PORT on the L static probe 3 then on the
R R static probe 3.

R (5) Make sure that the flow of gas is correct at :


R - the pipe of the pressure switch
R - the water drain.

R (6) Stop the flow of gas.

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105,

Subtask 34-10-00-860-054

B. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) Disconnect the dry nitrogen source.

(2) Remove the adapters.

(3) Install the water drain plug (2) on the water drain (1).

(4) Remove the blanking cap from the pressure switch 14WN (3).

(5) Connect the static pipe to the pressure switch 14WN (3).


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(6) Connect the quick-disconnect coupling (8) to the ADM 19FP3 and the
quick-disconnect coupling (4) to the ADM 19FP8.
(Ref. Fig. 304/TASK 34-10-00-991-004)

(7) Make sure that you can see the blue ring on the quick-disconnect
couplings (4) and (8).

(8) Pull the quick-disconnect couplings connectors to be sure that they


are correctly attached.

(9) Install the standby airspeed indicator (Ref. TASK 34-21-26-400-001)


the standby altimeter (Ref. TASK 34-21-22-400-001) and the metric
altimeter (15FN) (Ref. TASK 34-21-25-400-001) on the center
instrument panel.

(10) Release the hoses.

(11) Do a visual inspection only, of the quick-disconnect fitting


connection, by a second qualified mechanic, with a sign off by both
mechanics.

**ON A/C 151-199, 201-220, 236-238,

Subtask 34-10-00-860-054-A

B. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) Disconnect the dry nitrogen source.

(2) Remove the adapters.

(3) Install the water drain plug (2) on the water drain (1).

(4) Remove the blanking cap from the pressure switch 14WN (3).

(5) Connect the static pipe to the pressure switch 14WN (3).

(6) Connect the quick-disconnect coupling (8) to the ADM 19FP3 and the
quick-disconnect coupling (4) to the ADM 19FP8.
(Ref. Fig. 304/TASK 34-10-00-991-004)

(7) Make sure that you can see the blue ring on the quick-disconnect
couplings (4) and (8).

(8) Pull the quick-disconnect couplings to be sure that they are


correctly attached.



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Illustration of the Quick-Disconnect coupling
Figure 304/TASK 34-10-00-991-004



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(9) Install the standby airspeed indicator (Ref. TASK 34-21-26-400-001)
and the standby altimeter (Ref. TASK 34-21-22-400-001) on the center
instrument panel.

(10) Release the hoses.

(11) Do a visual inspection only, of the quick-disconnect fitting


connection, by a second qualified mechanic, with a sign off by both
mechanics.

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105, 151-199, 201-220, 236-238,

Subtask 34-10-00-790-052

C. Leak test

(1) Make sure that all the hoses are connected correctly.

(2) Do a leak test of the standby air data system


(Ref. TASK 34-21-00-790-001).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 34-10-00-410-061

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Remove the ground support and maintenance equipment, the special and
standard tools and all other items.

(3) Close the access door 811.

(4) Remove the access platform(s).



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AIR DATA/INERTIAL REFERENCE SYSTEM (ADIRS) - DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION
______________________________________________________________________

TASK 34-10-00-040-002

ADIRS - Check of all Flight Control Accelerometers for Correct Operation

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Refer to the MMEL TASK: 34-10-01


Air data inertial reference
ADIRS
ADIRS (FAA Only)

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the


External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
27-96-00-740-001 BITE Test of the EFCS (Ground Scanning)
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
31-60-00-860-002 EIS Stop Procedure

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 34-10-00-860-077

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits


(Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

(2) Do the EIS start procedure (Upper ECAM DU and lower ECAM DU only)
(Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001).

(3) On the center pedestal, on the ECAM control panel, push the STS key
(on the lower ECAM DU, the STATUS page comes into view).



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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 34-10-00-040-050

A. Make sure that there is no F/CTL maintenance status on the STATUS page.
If there is the F/CTL maintenance status:

(1) Do the BITE test of the EFCS (Ground Scanning) (Ref. TASK 27-96-00-
740-001).

(2) Make sure that there are no maintenance messages related to the
flight control accelerometers 12CE1, 12CE2, 12CE3 and 12CE4.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 34-10-00-860-078

A. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) Do the EIS stop procedure


(Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-002).

(2) Make an entry in the logbook.

(3) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits


(Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002).



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AIR DATA/INERTIAL REFERENCE SYSTEM (ADIRS) - ADJUSTMENT/TEST
____________________________________________________________

TASK 34-10-00-710-001

Check of the ADIRS CDU Brightness and Display

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT ALL THE CIRCUITS IN MAINTENANCE ARE ISOLATED BEFORE
_______
YOU SUPPLY ELECTRICAL POWER TO THE AIRCRAFT.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific access platform 1.6 m (5 ft. 3 in.)

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the


External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 34-10-00-860-063

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits. (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-


002)

(2) on the panel 20VU, on the ADIRS CDU, make sure that the three
OFF/NAV/ATT selector switches are at OFF.



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Subtask 34-10-00-010-063

B. Get Access

(1) Put the access platform in position at the access door 822.

(2) Open the access door 822.

(3) On the battery power center 105VU:


- loosen the two screws and remove the protective cover.

Subtask 34-10-00-865-050

C. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU NAV PROBES/ADIRU3/PWR/SWTG 8FP F09
49VU NAV PROBES/ADIRU 1/AND AOA 1/26VAC 5FP1 F07
49VU NAV PROBES/ADIRU1/115VAC 4FP1 F06
105VU ADIRS/ADIRU1/28VDC 6FP1 C02

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-061, 101-105, 201-203,

121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2PWR/SHED 10FP N11


121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3PWR/SWTG 9FP N10
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/26VAC AND AOA 5FP2 N09
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/26VAC AND AOA 5FP3 N08
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/115VAC 4FP2 N07
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/115VAC 4FP3 N06
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/28VDC 6FP2 N05
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/28VDC 6FP3 N04

R **ON A/C 062-099, 106-149, 151-199, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2PWR/SHED 10FP N10


121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3PWR/SWTG 9FP N09
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/26VAC AND AOA 5FP2 N08
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/26VAC AND AOA 5FP3 N07
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/115VAC 4FP2 N06
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/115VAC 4FP3 N05
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/28VDC 6FP2 N04
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/28VDC 6FP3 N03



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R **ON A/C ALL

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 34-10-00-710-050

A. Check from the ADIRS CDU:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the ADIRS CDU:


- set the three OFF/NAV/ATT
selector switches to NAV

- set the DATA DISPLAY selector - the display (LCD) segments come on
switch to TEST and keep it in - the ENT and CLR keys come on green.
this position.

2. Release the DATA DISPLAY selector


switch.

Subtask 34-10-00-710-051

B. Check from the INT LT ANN LT switch:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the panel 25VU, set the INT LT On the ADIRS CDU:


ANN LT switch to TEST. - the display (LCD) segments come on
- the ENT and CLR keys come on green
- the ON BAT light comes on
- the FAULT/OFF legends of the ADR
pushbutton switches come on. The
FAULT/ALIGN legends of the IR
annunciators come on.

2. Set the INT LT ANN LT switch to


BRT or DIM.



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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 34-10-00-860-064

A. De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits. (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002)

Subtask 34-10-00-410-063

B. Close Access

(1) Install the protective cover on the battery power center 105VU.

(2) Tighten the two screws.

(3) Close the access door 822.

(4) Remove the access platform(s).



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TASK 34-10-00-710-007

Test of the Angle of Attack Warning

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)


No specific access platform 1.6 m (5 ft. 3 in.)

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the


External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
27-50-00-866-009 Retraction of the Flaps on the Ground
31-32-00-860-010 Procedure to Get Access to the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST NAV
Page
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
31-60-00-860-002 EIS Stop Procedure



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3. __________
Job Set-up

R CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AOA SENSOR CAN MOVE FREELY DURING THE TEST (IT
_______
R WILL MOVE FROM THE STANDBY POSITION TO THE TEST POSITION).

Subtask 34-10-00-860-065

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-


002).

(2) On the overhead panel:


- on the FLT CTL panels 23VU and 24VU, make sure that the FAC, ELAC
and SEC pushbutton switches are not pushed (in). The OFF legends
are on.
- On the panel 20VU, on the ADIRS CDU, make sure that the three
OFF/NAV/ATT selector switches are at OFF.

(3) Fully retract the flaps (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-009)

NOTE : This test is for the system 1. For the systems 2 and 3, use
____
the indications between the parentheses.

(4) Do the EIS start procedure (PFD only) (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001).

(5) On the MCDU, get the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST/NAV page


(Ref. TASK 31-32-00-860-010).

Subtask 34-10-00-010-064

B. Get Access

(1) Put the access platform in position at the access door 822.

(2) Open the access door 822.

(3) On the battery power center 105VU:


- loosen the two screws and remove the protective cover.



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Subtask 34-10-00-865-064

C. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU L/G/LGCIU/SYS1/NORM 1GA C09
49VU NAV PROBES/ADIRU 1/AND AOA 1/26VAC 5FP1 F07
49VU NAV PROBES/ADIRU1/115VAC 4FP1 F06
105VU ADIRS/ADIRU1/28VDC 6FP1 C02

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-061, 101-105, 201-203,

121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2PWR/SHED 10FP N11


121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3PWR/SWTG 9FP N10
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/26VAC AND AOA 5FP2 N09
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/26VAC AND AOA 5FP3 N08
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/115VAC 4FP2 N07
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/115VAC 4FP3 N06
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/28VDC 6FP2 N05
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/28VDC 6FP3 N04

**ON A/C ALL

121VU EIS/HORN/SPLY 2WC P09


121VU HYDRAULIC/LGCIU/SYS2 2GA Q35
121VU HYDRAULIC/LGCIU/SYS1/GRND SPLY 52GA Q34

R **ON A/C 062-099, 106-149, 151-199, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2PWR/SHED 10FP N10


121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3PWR/SWTG 9FP N09
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/26VAC AND AOA 5FP2 N08
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/26VAC AND AOA 5FP3 N07
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/115VAC 4FP2 N06
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/115VAC 4FP3 N05
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/28VDC 6FP2 N04
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/28VDC 6FP3 N03



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**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 34-10-00-865-076

D. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU AUTO FLT/FAC1/28VDC 5CC1 B04
121VU AUTO FLT/FAC2/28VDC 5CC2 M19

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 34-10-00-710-062

A. Test of the Angle of Attack Warning

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the ADIRS CDU: On the CAPT and F/O PFDs:


- set the three OFF/NAV/ATT - make sure that the CAS, ALT, V/S data
selector switches to NAV. are shown.
- make sure that the attitude data is
shown 40 seconds after start up.

2. On one MCDU, on the NAV page: On the MCDU:

- push the line key adjacent to - the ADIRS ADR1 (ADR2) (ADR3) page
the ADR1 (ADR2) (ADR3) comes into view.
indication.

- push the line key adjacent to - the OUTPUT TESTS page comes into
the OUTPUT TESTS indication. view.

- push the line key adjacent to - the AOA SENSOR TEST page comes into
the AOA SENSOR TEST indication. view with these indications: AOA
SENSOR COMMANDED TO FIXED POSITION
MAKE SURE THAT THE AURAL STALL
WARNING IS GENERATED.
On the L (R) side of the fuselage, in
the zone 231 (232) (127), the angle of



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ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
attack sensor 3FP1 (3FP2) (3FP3) under
test moves to the test position.
On the panels 130VU and 131VU, the
MASTER WARN lights flash.
You can hear the cricket aural warning
and the STALL voice.

- Push the line key adjacent to On the MCDU:


the YES indication. - the TEST OK indication comes into
view.

- push the line key adjacent to The test procedure stops.


the RETURN indication until the The warning goes out of view.
CFDS menu page comes into view. On the MCDU:
- the CFDS menu page comes into view.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 34-10-00-860-066

A. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) On the ADIRS CDU, set the three OFF/NAV/ATT selector switches to OFF.

(2) Do the EIS stop procedure


(Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-002)

(3) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits


(Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002).

(4) Remove the access platform(s).

Subtask 34-10-00-865-077

B. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
5CC1, 5CC2



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Subtask 34-10-00-410-064

C. Close Access

(1) Install the protective cover on the battery power center 105VU.

(2) Tighten the two screws.

(3) Close the access door 822.

(4) Remove the access platform(s).


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TASK 34-10-00-710-009

Operational Test of the 5-minute Time Delay of ADIRU 2 and 3 Power


Disconnection in Emergency Configuration

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Refer to the MPD TASK: 341300-05

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific access platform 1.6 m (5 ft. 3 in.)

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the


External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
31-60-00-860-002 EIS Stop Procedure

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 34-10-00-860-067

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-


002).

(2) Do the EIS start procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001).



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(3) On the overhead panel:
- on the FLT CTL panels 23VU and 24VU, make sure that the FAC, ELAC
and SEC pushbutton switches are not pushed (in). The OFF legends
are on.
- on the panel 20VU, on the ADIRS CDU, make sure that the three
OFF/NAV/ATT selector switches are at OFF.
- on the ELEC panel 35VU, make sure that the battery voltage is
correct, between 26VDC and 30VDC.

R (4) On the SWICHING panel 8VU, make sure that the AIR DATA and ATT HDG
R selector switches are at NORMAL position.

Subtask 34-10-00-010-057

B. Get Access

(1) Put the access platform in position at the access door 822.

(2) Open the access door 822.

(3) On the battery power center 105VU:


- loosen the two screws and remove the protective cover.

Subtask 34-10-00-865-068

C. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU L/G/LGCIU/SYS1/NORM 1GA C09
49VU NAV PROBES/ADIRU 1/AND AOA 1/26VAC 5FP1 F07
49VU NAV PROBES/ADIRU1/115VAC 4FP1 F06
105VU ADIRS/ADIRU1/28VDC 6FP1 C02

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-061, 101-105, 201-203,

121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2PWR/SHED 10FP N11


121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3PWR/SWTG 9FP N10
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/26VAC AND AOA 5FP2 N09
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/26VAC AND AOA 5FP3 N08
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/115VAC 4FP2 N07
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/115VAC 4FP3 N06
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/28VDC 6FP2 N05
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/28VDC 6FP3 N04



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**ON A/C ALL

121VU EIS/HORN/SPLY 2WC P09


121VU HYDRAULIC/LGCIU/SYS2 2GA Q35
121VU HYDRAULIC/LGCIU/SYS1/GRND SPLY 52GA Q34

R **ON A/C 062-099, 106-149, 151-199, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2PWR/SHED 10FP N10


121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3PWR/SWTG 9FP N09
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/26VAC AND AOA 5FP2 N08
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/26VAC AND AOA 5FP3 N07
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/115VAC 4FP2 N06
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/115VAC 4FP3 N05
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/28VDC 6FP2 N04
121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/28VDC 6FP3 N03

**ON A/C ALL

4. Procedure
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**ON A/C 001-049, 101-105, 151-199, 201-203,

Subtask 34-10-00-710-064-A

A. Operational Test of the 5-minute Time Delay of ADIRU 2 and 3 Power


Disconnection in Emergency Configuration

NOTE : Ignore the ECAM warnings that can occur when you open the circuit
____
breakers 9FP, 10FP, 4FP2, 4FP3 and 2WC.



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ACTION RESULT
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1. On the ADIRS CDU: On the ADIRS CDU:

- set the OFF/NAV/ATT selector - the ALIGN legend comes on.


switches related to the IR 2 - the ON BAT light comes on for 5
and IR 3 to NAV. seconds.

- push the ADR 2 and ADR 3 - the OFF legends come on.
pushbutton switches. On the F/O PFD:
- after approximately 35 seconds, the
attitude is shown.

2. On the circuit breaker panel On the ADIRS CDU:


121VU:

- open the circuit breakers 2WC, - the ADR OFF legend goes off.
10FP and 4FP2. - the ON BAT light comes on.
- the ALIGN legend of the IR 2
annunciator stays on.
After 5 minutes
- the ALIGN legend of the IR 2
annunciator and the ON BAT light go
off.
On the F/O PFD:
- the ATT warning flag is shown.

3. On the circuit breaker panel On the ADIRS CDU:


121VU:

- close the circuit breakers 4FP2 - the ALIGN legend of the IR 2


and 10FP. annunciator comes on.
- the ON BAT light comes on for 5
seconds.

4. On the circuit breaker panel On the ADIRS CDU:


121VU:

- open the circuit breakers 9FP - the ON BAT light comes on.
and 4FP3. After 5 minutes:
- the ALIGN legend of the IR 3
annunciator and the ON BAT light go
off.



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5. On the circuit breaker panel
121VU:

- close the circuit breakers 2WC, - the ON BAT light comes on for 5
9FP and 4FP3. seconds.
- the ALIGN legend of the IR 3
annunciator comes on.

6. On the ADIRS CDU:


- set the two OFF/NAV/ATT
selector switches to OFF.

R **ON A/C ALL

R Post SB 34-1249 For A/C 001-049,101-105,151-199,201-203,

Subtask 34-10-00-710-064

A. Operational Test of the 5-minute Time Delay of ADIRU 2 and 3 Power


Disconnection in Emergency Configuration

NOTE : Ignore the ECAM warnings that can occur when you open the circuit
____
breakers 9FP, 10FP, 4FP2, 4FP3 and 2WC.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the ADIRS CDU: On the ADIRS CDU:

R
- set the OFF/NAV/ATT selector - the ALIGN legend comes on.
R switches related to the IR 2 - the ON BAT light comes on for 5
R and IR 3 to NAV. seconds.

- push the ADR 2 and ADR 3 - the OFF legend comes on.
pushbutton switches. On the F/O PFD:
- after approximately 35 seconds, the
attitude is shown.

2. On the circuit breaker panel On the ADIRS CDU:


121VU:

R - open the circuit breakers 2WC, - the ON BAT light comes on.



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R 4FP2 and 10FP. - the ALIGN legend of the IR 2
annunciator stays on.
- the OFF legend ADR2 p/b sw goes off.
After 5 minutes
- the ALIGN legend of the IR 2
annunciator and the ON BAT light go
off.
On the F/O PFD:
- the ATT warning flag is shown.

3. On the circuit breaker panel On the ADIRS CDU:


121VU:

R - close the circuit breakers 10FP - the ON BAT light can flash for 5
R and 4FP2. seconds,
R - the ALIGN legend of the IR 2
R annunciator comes on,
R - the OFF/FAULT legend ADR 2 p/bsw can
R flash for 3 seconds.

4. On the circuit breaker panel On the ADIRS CDU:


121VU:

- open the circuit breakers 9FP - the ON BAT light comes on.
and 4FP3. After 5 minutes:
- the ALIGN legend of the IR 3
annunciator, the OFF legend ADR3 p/b
sw and the ON BAT light go off.

5. On the circuit breaker panel


121VU:

R - close the circuit breakers 2WC, - the ON BAT light stays off,
R 4FP3 and 9FP. - the ALIGN legend of the IR 3
R annunciator comes on,
R - the OFF/FAULT legend ADR 3 p/bsw can
R flash for 3 seconds.

6. On the ADIRS CDU:


- set the two OFF/NAV/ATT
selector switches to OFF.


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5. Close-up
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Subtask 34-10-00-860-068

A. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.


Do the EIS stop procedure
(Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-002)

(1) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).

Subtask 34-10-00-410-057

B. Close Access

(1) Install the protective cover on the battery power center 105VU.

(2) Tighten the two screws.

(3) Close the access door 822.

(4) Remove the access platform(s).


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SENSORS, POWER SUPPLY AND SWITCHING - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_______________________________________________________________

1. _______
General
The aircraft is equipped with three Air Data/Inertial Reference Units
(ADIRUs).
Each ADIRU receives data from the four types of sensors after:
- three pitot probes which provide total pressure data,
- six static probes which provide static pressure data,
- two Total Air Temperature (TAT) sensors which provide air temperature
data,
- three Angle Of Attack (AOA) sensors which provide angle of attack data of
the aircraft.
The TAT sensors and the angle of attack sensors are directly connected to
the ADIRUs. The pitot probes and the static probes are connected to eight
Air Data Modules (ADM) which convert pressure data before they send them to
the ADIRUs.
The sensors, the probes, the ADMs and the ADIRUs are power supplied as
follows:

-------------------------------------------
| EQUIPMENT | 28VDC | 115VAC | 26VAC |
-------------------------------------------
| ADIRU | X | X | X |
|----------------|-------|--------|-------|
| AOA Sensor | | X | X |
|----------------|-------|--------|-------|
| PITOT Probe | | X | |
|----------------|-------|--------|-------|
| TAT Sensor | | X | |
|----------------|-------|--------|-------|
| STATIC Probe | X | | |
|----------------|-------|--------|-------|
| ADM |13.5VAC from ADIRU |
-------------------------------------------

In normal configuration, the Captain Primary Flight Display (PFD) and


Navigation Display (ND) show the data computed by the ADIRU 1.
The First Officer PFD and ND show the data computed by the ADIRU 2.
The data from the ADIRU 3 can be displayed by action on the AIR DATA
selector switch or on the ATT HDG selector switch located on the SWITCHING
panel.
These selector switches which define a priority order for the ADIRUs are
also used by several other aircraft systems (Ref. Para. 4.F.).


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2. Component
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Location
(Ref. Fig. 001)
The sensors, probes and ADMs are located on the aircraft as follows:

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FIN | FUNCTIONAL DESIGNATION | PANEL|ZONE|ACCESS | ATA
| | | | DOOR | REF.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R
R 3FP1 SENSOR-ANGLE OF ATTACK, 1 231 34-11-19
R 3FP2 SENSOR-ANGLE OF ATTACK, 2 232 34-11-19
R
3FP3 SENSOR-ANGLE OF ATTACK, 3 127 824 34-11-19
11FP1 SENSOR-TAT, 1 121 34-11-18
11FP2 SENSOR-TAT, 2 122 34-11-18
19FP1 ADM-L TOTAL PRESSURE NONE 125 812 34-11-17
19FP2 ADM-R TOTAL PRESSURE 126 822 34-11-17
19FP3 ADM-STBY TOTAL PRESSURE 125 812 34-11-17
19FP4 ADM-R STATIC PRESSURE 128 824 34-11-17
19FP5 ADM-L STATIC PRESSURE 127 824 34-11-17
19FP6 ADM-R STATIC PRESSURE 128 824 34-11-17
19FP7 ADM-L STATIC PRESSURE 127 824 34-11-17
19FP8 ADM-STBY STATIC PRESSURE 121 811 34-11-17
7DA1 PROBE-L STATIC, 1 127 824 34-11-16
7DA2 PROBE-L STATIC, 2 127 824 34-11-16
7DA3 PROBE-L STATIC, 3 121 811 34-11-16
8DA1 PROBE-R STATIC, 1 128 824 34-11-16
8DA2 PROBE-R STATIC, 2 128 824 34-11-16
8DA3 PROBE-R STATIC, 3 122 811 34-11-16
9DA1 PROBE-PITOT, 1 125 812 34-11-15
9DA2 PROBE-PITOT, 2 126 822 34-11-15
9DA3 PROBE-PITOT, 3 125 812 34-11-15



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Figure 001


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The different ADIRS switching devices are located on the aircraft as
follows:

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FIN | FUNCTIONAL DESIGNATION | PANEL|ZONE|ACCESS | ATA
| | | | DOOR | REF.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
12FP RELAY-ADIRS ON BAT/GROUND WARN 103VU 126 34-11-00
13FP SEL SW-ATT HDG 8VU 210 34-11-00
14FP RELAY-ADIRS 3 PWR SHEDDING 103VU 126 34-11-00
15FP SEL SW-AIR DATA 8VU 210 34-11-00
16FP RELAY-ADIRS 3 28VDC CONTROL 103VU 126 34-11-00
17FP RELAY-ADIRS 2 PWR SHEDDING 103VU 126 34-11-00
21FP1 RELAY-AOA1 TEST 103VU 126 34-11-00
21FP2 RELAY-AOA2 TEST 103VU 126 34-11-00
21FP3 RELAY-AOA3 TEST 103VU 126 34-11-00
22FP SW-L/G DOWN VMO/MMO SELECTION 188VU 128 34-11-00
23FP RELAY-ADIRS LGCIU GND POS 103VU 126 34-11-00
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

NOTE : The function of the switch (22FP) is described in 34-12-00.


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3. ____________
Power Supply

A. General
(Ref. Fig. 002)
The ADIRU is normally supplied with 115VAC, 400 Hz power for the ADR and
IR functions. However its AOA resolver converter module is supplied with
26VAC, 400 Hz.
The 28VDC back-up generation is provided by batteries and is
automatically used when the main power exceeds its normal limits.
At the beginning of each power cycle, the ADIRU switches from the main to
the back-up power to test the electrical generation.
The table below gives the power consumption of each unit of the ADIRS:

------------------------------------------------------------------
| EQUIPMENT | 28VDC | 115VAC | 26VAC |
| |-------------------|-------------------| |
| | Typical | Maximum | Typical | Maximum | |
------------------------------------------------------------------
| ADIRU | 57 W | 71 W | 61 VA | 76 VA | 1 VA |
|----------------|---------|---------|---------|---------|-------|
| AOA Sensor | | | 250 VA | 320 VA |3.5 VA |
|----------------|---------|---------|---------|---------|-------|
| PITOT Probe | | | 281 VA | 360 VA | |
|----------------|---------|---------|---------|---------|-------|
| TAT Sensor | | | 200 VA | 350 VA | |
|----------------|---------|---------|---------|---------|-------|
| STATIC Probe | | 2X75 W | | | |
|----------------|---------|---------|---------|---------|-------|
| PHC | | 14 W | | | |
------------------------------------------------------------------

(1) ADIRU power consumption includes the supply of three ADMs.


With ON BAT annunciator, add 0.6 W.
With IR FAULT annunciator at I = 250 mA, add 1.3 W.
Other annunciators are open/ground discretes and so they are
energized by a power which is different from the ADIRU power.
When the ADIRU is in the OFF mode, all the circuitry in the ADIRU is
de-energized except for any logic associated with the power off
function. Power consumption does not exceed 3.0 W on 115VAC and 0.3 W
on 28VDC.
Each ADIRU supplies the power for the ADM of its side (CAPT, F/O,
STBY).
The ADIRU also supplies the CDU with a 28VDC signal. The consumption
of the CDU is 4.1 W (typical) and 19.1 W (maximum with additional
11.2 W for the first 2 minutes of turn-on at -15 for LCD heaters).


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Figure 002


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B. ADIRS Power Supply Distribution in Normal Configuration

(1) Captain side


The ADIRU 1 is supplied with 115VAC by the 115VAC SHED ESS BUS
801XP-A. The back-up 28VDC is provided by the 28VDC HOT BUS 701PP.
The resolvers of the AOA sensor 1 and the AOA resolver converter
module of the ADIRU 1 are supplied with 26VAC by the 26VAC ESS BUS
431XP-A.
The sensors and probes (static, TAT, pitot, AOA) are supplied for
heating through the Probe Heat Computer 1:
- the heating element of the AOA sensor 1 receives 115VAC from the
115VAC SHED ESS BUS 801XP
- the heating element of the TAT sensor 1 receives 115VAC from the
115VAC BUS 1 101XP-A
- the heating element of the L and R static probes 1 receives 28VDC
from the 28VDC BUS 1 101PP
- the heating element of the pitot probe 1 receives 115VAC from the
115VAC ESS BUS 401XP.
(Ref. Fig. 003)

NOTE : the ADIRS/PHC Interface figure is a principle diagram and does


____
not show the interface between the PHC and the sensors.
(Ref. 30-31-00 for more details on probe ice protection).

(2) First Officer side


The ADIRU 2 is supplied with 115VAC by the 115VAC BUS 2 204XP-C. The
back-up 28VDC is provided by the 28VDC HOT BUS 702PP. The resolvers
of the AOA sensor 2 and the AOA resolver converter module of the
ADIRU 2 are supplied with 26VAC by the 26VAC BUS 2 231XP-A.
The sensors and probes are supplied for heating through the PHC 2:
- the heating element of the AOA sensor 2 receives 115VAC from the
115VAC BUS 2 202XP-B
- the heating element of the TAT sensor 2 receives 115VAC from the
115VAC BUS 2 202XP-C
- the heating element of the L and R static probes 2 receives 28VDC
from the 28VDC BUS 2 206PP
- the heating element of the pitot probe 2 receives 115VAC from the
115VAC BUS 2 202XP-B.

(3) Standby side


The ADIRU 3 is supplied with 115VAC by the 115VAC BUS 1 101XP-C. The
back-up 28VDC is provided by the 28VDC HOT BUS 701PP. The resolvers
of the AOA sensor 3 and the AOA resolver converter module of the
ADIRU 3 are supplied with 26VAC by the 26VAC BUS 1 131XP-A.
The sensors and probes are supplied for heating through the PHC 3:
- the heating element of the AOA sensor 3 receives 115VAC from the
115VAC BUS 1 103XP


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Figure 003


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- the heating element of the L and R static probes 3 receives 28VDC
from the 28VDC BUS 1 103PP
- the heating element of the pitot probe 3 receives 115VAC from the
115VAC BUS 1 103XP.
In normal configuration of the aircraft electrical generation, the
distribution described before is independent of the switching
selector switches.

C. ADIRS Power Supply Distribution after Loss of Main Electrical Generation

(1) Loss of the main generation and ATT HDG selector switch in NORM
position

(a) Captain side


The ADIRU 1 is supplied as in normal configuration.
(Ref.Para B.(1)).

(b) First Officer side


The ADIRU 2 is no more supplied with 115VAC and 26VAC. When the
26VAC is lost, the ADR detects a fault and flags the output
parameters. The ADIRU is still powered with 28VDC from the 28VDC
HOT BUS 702PP but the Time Delay Opening (TDO) relay 17FP will
cut this supply after 5 minutes in emergency configuration.
The ADR 2 function is lost immediately.
The IR 2 function is lost after 5 minutes.

(c) Standby side


The ADIRU 3 is no more supplied with 115VAC and 26VAC.
When the 26VAC is lost, the ADR detects a fault and flags the
output parameters. The ADIRU is still powered with 28VDC from the
28VDC HOT BUS 701PP but the Time Delay Opening (TDO) relay 14FP
will cut this supply after 5 minutes in emergency configuration.
The ADR3 function is lost immediately.
The IR 3 function is lost after 5 minutes.

(2) Loss of the main generation and ATT HDG selector switch in CAPT/3
position
The CAPT/3 position of the ATT HDG selector switch corresponds to the
selection of the ADR 3 in place of the ADR 1. The power supply
distribution must then be modified to keep the ADR 3 in emergency
configuration.

(a) Captain side


The ADIRU 1 is supplied as in normal configuration
(Ref. Para. B.(1)).


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(b) First Officer side
ADIRU 2 supply: Ref. Para. (1)(b).

(c) Standby side


The ADIRU 3 is no more supplied with 115VAC. The ADIRU 3 is still
powered with 28VDC from the 28VDC HOT BUS 701PP.
The ADR 3 function is lost immediately.
The IR 3 function is available.


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D. Circuit Breakers
The system is supplied through these circuit breakers:

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
FIN PANEL/ DESIGNATION BUS ATA. REF. AMM
LOCATION P. BLOCK 001
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
4FP1 49VU NAV AND PROBES/ADIRU1/115VAC 801XP-A 34-11-00
4FP2 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/115VAC 204XP-C 34-11-00
4FP3 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/115VAC 101XP-C 34-11-00
5FP1 49VU NAV AND PROBES/ADIRU1 & 431XP-A 34-11-00
AOA/26VAC
5FP2 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/26VAC AND AOA 231XP-A 34-11-00
5FP3 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/26VAC AND AOA 131XP-A 34-11-00
6FP1 105VU ADIRS/ADIRU1/28VDC 704PP 34-11-00
6FP2 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/28VDC 702PP 34-11-00
6FP3 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/28VDC 701PP 34-11-00
8FP 49VU NAV AND PROBES/ADIRU 3/ 401PP 34-11-00
SWTG/SPLY
9FP 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3 SWTG/SPLY 301PP 34-11-00
10FP 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2 PWR/SHED 206PP 34-11-00
1DA1 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/TAT 101XP-A 30-31-00
1DA2 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/TAT 202XP-C 30-31-00
2DA1 49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/1 401PP 30-31-00
2DA2 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/PHC 206PP 30-31-00
2DA3 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/3 101PP 30-31-00
3DA1 49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PITOT/1 401XP-B 30-31-00
3DA2 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/PITOT 202XP-B 30-31-00
3DA3 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/PITOT 103XP-C 30-31-00
4DA1 49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/AOA 801XP-C 30-31-00
4DA2 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/AOA 202XP-B 30-31-00
4DA3 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/AOA 103XP-C 30-31-00
5DA1 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/STATIC 101PP 30-31-00
5DA2 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/STATIC 206PP 30-31-00
5DA3 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/STATIC 103PP 34-11-00


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4. _____________________
Component Description

A. Static Probes
(Ref. Fig. 004)
Each of the three systems (CAPT (1), F/O (2), STBY (3)) comprises two
static probes which are linked to each ADR portion of the ADIRUs through
five ADMs.
The probe is protected from icing with a 28VDC heater circuit.
The static probes linked to ADIRU 1 and ADIRU 2 are set at 48.64 deg.
below the fuselage datum line (Z=0).
The static probes linked to ADIRU 3 are set at 29.5 deg. below the
fuselage datum line.

B. Pitot Probes
(Ref. Fig. 005)
Each system comprises one pitot probe (CAPT (1), F/O (2), STBY (3)) which
is linked to each ADR portion of the ADIRUs through one ADM.
The probe is protected from icing with a 115VAC - 400 Hz heater circuit.


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Figure 004


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Figure 005


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C. Air Data Modules (ADM)
(Ref. Fig. 006)
The term Air Data Module (ADM) refers to any remotely located LRU which
senses pressure information and transmits it to the ADIRU in ARINC 429
format.
The ADMs are remotely mounted near and above the level of the pitot and
static probes, this in order to make the ADM pneumatic plumbing self
draining when the aircraft is stationary on the ground.

(1) Internal description


The ADM comprises the following components
(Ref. Fig. 007)

(a) Pressure sensor


The sensor delivers a pressure frequency (Fp) signal and a
temperature frequency (Ft) signal corresponding to the measured
pressure.

(b) Processor board


The electronic card comprises the following circuits:
- a micro-controller 80C31
- two memories: ROM (storage of software program and pressure
sensor modelling coefficients) and RAM (temporary storage of
data)
- an ARINC 429 transmitter.
The processor board uses the Ft and Fp signals sent by the
pressure sensor and the sensor modelling coefficients stored in
the EEPROM to compute the pressure.

(c) EMI/lightning board


This board comprises the following devices:
- power supply: the ADM is supplied by the associated ADIRU with
+/- 13.5VAC. Power consumption is less than 200 mA on the
+13.5VDC input and less than 40 mA on the -13.5VDC input.
- EMI filters
- lightning protection
- input discretes filtering.

(2) Modes of operation


The ADM has two modes of operation:
- power-up
- normal operation.

(a) Power-up
Two types of reset are available depending on the following
conditions :


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Air Data Module
Figure 006


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ADM - Block Diagram
Figure 007


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1
_ Complete reset
The equipment performs a complete hardware and software reset
cycle whenever the equipment is switched on or after a power
cut greater than 100 ms.
In this case, the equipment is fully operational after 2
seconds.
The complete reset includes all that is necessary to
initialize the operation of the equipment :
- initialize the RAM, variables, counters.
- tests :
* discrete input parity :
After the 5 SDI discretes have been acquired, and position
identification and parity checks have been made, the parity
bits are checked to ensure that there is an odd number of
logic 1s.
* ARINC output :
Two additionnal configurations are looped back, and the
words thus received are checked bit by bit.
* An algorithm requiring a significant number of
instructions is run for the Arithmetic and Logic Unit test.
* The internal RAM is checked by means of a write-read
sequence.
- wait for sensor periods to be set and initialization of the
pressure filter.
- transmission on ARINC :
* no transmission during the reset hard (0.1 s)
* transmission of discrete words with bits set to the pass
condition
* transmission of pressure parameter : the Status Sign
Matrix is set to Functional Test and the data is set to
zero.

2
_ Modified reset
The equipment performs a modified reset after a power cut
equal or less than 10 ms.
In this case, the equipment is fully operational within 100 ms
+/- 5 ms.
The modified reset includes the following initializations :
- initialize the RAM, variables, counters.
- initialize the pressure filter after 2 calculated pressure
(30 ms).
- no transmission on ARINC during this reset.

3
_ The equipment performs either type of reset after a power cut
greater than 10 ms and less than 100 ms.


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(b) Normal operation mode
The ADM enters the Normal Operation Mode after the completion of
the Power-up Mode. It remains in the Normal Operation Mode until
either power is removed from the ADM, or an internal failure
activates the Watchdog Timer, or an internal BITE detects an
unsafe condition at which time a failure warning is annunciated
or ARINC 429 transmissions cease.
The ADM performs the following functions in the Normal Operation
Mode:
- measures the pressure and temperature outputs from the pressure
sensor
- uses filtering or averaging techniques consistent with the
noise, resolution, and dynamic frequency response requirements
- computes the Applied Pressure based upon the pressure and
temperature signals
- filters the Computed Pressure
- formats the ARINC 429 word to be transmitted
- transmits the ARINC 429 Computed Pressure Word
- formats and transmits two ADM discrete words (labels 270, 271)
- performs the BITE functions
- formats and transmits ADM software and equipment I.D. words
(labels 040,377).


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(3) Discrete inputs
Table 1 gives the identification of the ADM discrete inputs:

--------------------------------------------
| ADM Pin | Identification |
--------------------------------------------
| K | SDI 1 (LSB) (2) |
| L | SDI 2 (MSB) (2) |
| M | Configuration code 1 (3) |
| N | Configuration code 2 (3) |
| P | Parity (1) |
--------------------------------------------

Table 1 = Discrete Inputs

NOTE : (1) An odd number of pins K, L, M, N and P must be grounded to


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signify a valid installation. After the desired Source Data
Identifier (SDI) and the configuration pins have been
selected, the parity pin P must be selectively left open or
grounded to ensure that an odd number of pins K through P
inclusive have been grounded.

NOTE : (2) Program pins used for identification of the installation


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position on the aircraft and the corresponding SDI code to be
transmitted. The code definition is provided in table 2.

NOTE : (3) The ADM transmits the measured pressure with a label
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depending on the configuration code input discretes. The
configuration code definition is provided in table 3.

------------------------------------------------------------------------
|Input discrete SDI output |Input discrete SDI output |Installation|
| pin L Bit 10 state| pin K Bit 09 state| |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
| open 0 | open 0 | Invalid |
| open 0 | ground 1 | 1 |
| ground 1 | open 0 | 2 |
| ground 1 | ground 1 | 3 |
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Table 2 = SDI Code


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| Installation function | Config. code 1 | Config. code 2 | Label |
| | Pin N | Pin M | |
|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Total pressure | open | open | 242 |
| Left static pressure | open | ground | 176 |
| Right static pressure | ground | open | 177 |
| Averaged static | ground | ground | 245 |
| pressure (uncorrected)| | | |
---------------------------------------------------------------------

Table 3 = Configuration Code

(4) Output bus


All data are transmitted via a single ARINC 429 low-speed serial
digital output bus. The outputs from the ADM are a single pressure
word having an installation selectable label, two discrete data
words, and two identification words.
The following table gives:
- EQ.SYS.LAB.SDI: (SDAC, FWC, DMC...) output label for which the
parameter is available
- PARAMETER DEFINITION: parameter name
- WORD RANGE/OPER RANGE/RESOLUTION ACCURACY: measurement range.
Maximum value transmitted. When the digital value changes, the
change step is equal to the accuracy
- UNIT: unit in which the digital value is transmitted
- SIG BIT: indicates whether a sign bit is available
- BITS: number of bits used by the parameter in the label
- XMSN/INTV: output transmission interval. The refresh rate is given
in milliseconds
- CODE :
BNR: binary data word
BCD: binary coded decimal data word
ISO: data word coded in ISO5 code
DIS: discrete data word
HEX: hexadecimal coded
HYB: mixed code parameters are given in the table 4 below:
- ALPHA CODE: indicates the parameter mnemonic code
- SOURCE ORIGIN: parameter source computer or system.
All these parameters are given in the table 4 below:


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| PARAMETER LIST PARAMETER CHARACTERISTICS (NUMERIC) |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|EQ.SYS.LAB.SDI|PARAMETER | WORD RANGE |UNIT|SIG |BITS|XMSN|CODE|ALPHA|SOURCE |
| |DEFINITION| OPER RANGE | |BIT | |INTV| |CODE |ORIGIN |
| |(*=REMARK)| RESOLUTION | | | | | | |BUS No.|
| |(X=NOTE) | ACCURACY | | | | | | |ATA REF|
| | | | | | | | | |CONV |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 242 |TOTAL |100-1400 |hPa | | 18 |29- |BNR | | |
| |PRESSURE |+/- 0.25 | | | |31 | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 176 |LEFT STAT |100-1100 |hPa | | 18 |29- |BNR | | |
| |PRESSURE |+/- 0.25 | | | |31 | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 177 |RIGHT STAT|100-1100 |hPa | | 18 |29- |BNR | | |
| |PRESSURE |+/- 0.25 | | | |31 | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 245 |AVERAGED |100-1100 |hPa | | 18 |29- |BNR | | |
| |STATIC |+/- 0.25 | | | |31 | | | |
| |PRESSURE | | | | | | | | |
| |(UNCORRTD)| | | | | | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 270 |DISCRETE |Table 5 | | | |250-|BCD | | |
| |WORD 1 | | | | |500 | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 271 |DISCRETE |Table 6 | | | |250-|BCD | | |
| |WORD 2 | | | | |500 | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 377 |EQUIPMENT |Table 7 | | | |250-|BCD | | |
| |IDENT | | | | |500 | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 040 |SOFTWARE |Table 8 | | | |250-|BCD | | |
| |IDENT | | | | |500 | | | |
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| Bit |Data |
| Position | |
|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| 1-8 |Octal Label 270 |
| 9-10 |SDI |
| 11-20 |P/N coded in binary (currently 329) |
| 21-27 |Version number coded in binary |
| 28-29 |Logic 0 |
| 30-31 |Logic 0. Set the SSM to NO for a maintenance word |
| 32 |Odd parity |
---------------------------------------------------------------------

Table 5 = Discrete Word 1 (Label 270)

---------------------------------------------------------------------
| Bit |Data | Bit Status |
| Position | | 0 | 1 |
|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| 1-8 |Octal Label 271 | | |
| 9-10 |SDI | | |
| 11-13 |Logic 0 | 0 | |
| 14 |EEPROM program memory | Failure | OK |
| 15 |Discrete input parity | Failure | OK |
| 16 |CPU | Failure | OK |
| 17 |ARINC output | Failure | OK |
| 18-20 |Logic 1 | | 1 |
| 21 |Pressure period range |off.range | OK |
| 22 |Temperature period range |off.range | OK |
| 23 |Absolute pressure range |off.range | OK |
| 24-26 |Logic 1 | | 1 |
| 27 |Pressure counter | Failure | OK |
| 28 |Temperature counter | Failure | OK |
| 29 |Logic 1 | | 1 |
| 30-31 |Logic 0. Set the SSM to NO for a | 0 | |
| |maintenance word | | |
| 32 |Odd parity | | |
---------------------------------------------------------------------

Table 6 = Discrete Word 2 (Label 271)


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| Bit |Data |
| Position | |
|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| 1-8 |Octal Label 377 |
| 9-10 |SDI |
| 11-24 |Serial Number coded in binary |
| 25-29 |Logic 0 |
| 30-31 |Logic 0. Set the SSM to NO for a maintenance word |
| 32 |Odd parity |
---------------------------------------------------------------------

Table 7 = Hardware Identification word (Label 377)

---------------------------------------------------------------------
| Bit |Data |
| Position | |
|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| 1-8 |Octal Label 040 |
| 9-10 |SDI |
| 11-12 |Logic 0 |
| 13-16 |LSD software version number |
| 17-20 |MSD software version number |
| 21-24 |LSD manufacturer ident number |
| 25-28 |MSD manufacturer ident number |
| 29 |Logic 0 |
| 30-31 |Logic 0. Set the SSM to NO for a maintenance word |
| 32 |Odd parity |
---------------------------------------------------------------------

Table 8 = Software Ident (Label 040)


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D. Total Air Temperature (TAT) Sensor
(Ref. Fig. 008)
The aircraft is equipped with two TAT sensors with two sensing elements
each. The sensing elements of the sensor have variable resistances. The
TAT sensor 1 is linked to the ADR portion of ADIRUs 1 and 3, the TAT
sensor 2 is linked to the ADR portion of ADIRU 2.
The TAT sensors are set at 2.33 m from the nose and at 0.60 m of the
aircraft axis below the fuselage. The TAT sensor 1 is located on the left
side and the TAT sensor 2 on the right side.
The air flow enters the scoop of the sensor, goes through a calibrated
choke and flows over the hermetically sealed platinum resistance sensing
element where the temperature is measured. The speed of the flow over the
element is controlled by the choke in the element tube.
The ADR portion is designed to operate with 500 ohms (at 0 deg. C)
temperature sensor unit corresponding to the basic Callender - Van Dusen
equation. To improve the accuracy of the sensor, a network of precision
resistors is used. This technique is identified by the term Precision
Calibration Interchangeability (PCI).
These sensors are heated with 115VAC through the probe heating system.
The heating element must not be energized on the ground.
The heating element is implanted in the scoop and strut and keeps the
probe free of ice under the most severe icing conditions.

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Figure 008


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E. Angle Of Attack (AOA) Sensor

R **ON A/C 001-049, 101-102, 201-203,

(Ref. Fig. 009)

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(Ref. Fig. 009A)

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The aircraft is equipped with three AOA sensors. Two are located on the
left side and one on the right side of the fuselage. Each of these AOA
sensors is respectively linked to each ADR portion of the ADIRUs. The AOA
sensors 1 and 3 are set at 6.08 deg. and 31 deg. below the fuselage datum
line (Z = 0) on the left side. The AOA sensor 2 is set at 6.08 deg. below
the fuselage datum line (Z = 0) on the right side.
The angle of attack sensor is of the wind vane type. Its sensing element
is a small wing which is positioned in the direction of airflow. The
small wing is mechanically linked to a free turn-shaft which drives the
devices transmitting the local angle of attack signal. These transmitting
devices are made up of resolver transformers which convert the angular
information into proportional electrical information (angle sine and
cosine). The resolvers are supplied with a 26VAC signal. The same signal
is also received by the ADIRU as a reference for the decoding of AOA
values. Each sensor has three resolver outputs but only two are wired to
the ADIRU.
The whole mechanism is stabilized around the rotation axis. In addition,
a damping device enables a satisfactory dynamic response to be obtained
(filtering of mechanical oscillation).
A self-regulated heating element (CTP resistances: positive coefficient
of temperature) inserted into the vane eliminates or avoids icing. It is
supplied with 115VAC through the PHC (Ref. 30-31-00).
The AOA sensor is equipped with a self-test device which is activated by
a 28VDC signal, from the ADR (through the relay 21FP1, 21FP2 or 21FP3)
when the test is entered via the maintenance system (CFDIU and MCDU). The
self-test positions the vane at a resolver angle of +15 deg. (left side
test) or -15 deg. (right side test).
The mounting and wing of AOA resolvers determine the relationship between
the measured resolver angle and indicated angle of attack. This
relationship for each resolver input is as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 010)


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Figure 009


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Figure 009A


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AOA Sensors - Installation Definition
Figure 010


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------------------------------------------------------------------------
| | Indicated AOA: | +85 | +60 | +25 | 0 | -35 |
| AOA 1 and AOA 3 |----------------------------------------------------|
| in degrees | Resolver angle: | -60 | -35 | 0 | +25 | +60 |
------------------------------------------------------------------------
| | Indicated AOA: | +85 | +60 | +25 | 0 | -35 |
| AOA 2 |-----------------------------------------------------
| in degrees | Resolver angle: | +60 | +35 | 0 | -25 | -60 |
------------------------------------------------------------------------
The ADRs receive the same 26VAC, 400 Hz reference as the AOA resolvers.
This reference is common to both AOA resolver inputs 1 and 2.
Characteristics:
Excitation : 26 V 400 Hz
Phase shift : 18 deg. to 30 deg.
Resolver transformer :
ratio RT : 0.4029 to 0.4629
Rotor impedance : Zro = 125 + j175 ohms +/-20%
Stator impedance : Zso = 115 + j90 ohms +/-30%
Range : +/-60 deg.
Scale factor : 1 deg. resolver/1 deg. local AOA
The accuracy of the AOA sensor, at 100 knots, is +/-0.3 deg.


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F. Selector Switches
(Ref. Fig. 011)
The two selector switches AIR DATA and ATT HDG are rotary selector
switches with 3 positions: CAPT/3, NORM and F/O/3.
These selector switches are used for the functions listed below (Ref. the
respective section for more details):
- AIR DATA SEL SW (15FP):
34-14-00 Selection of the ADR used by the IR3
34-52-00 ATC mode S
31-68-00 DMC
22-85-00 FMGC
- ATT HDG SEL SW (13FP):
34-11-00 Power Supply
34-14-00 Selection of the ADR used by the IR3
34-41-00 Weather Radar
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31-68-00 DMC
22-85-00 FMGC.



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Figure 011


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F. Selector Switches
(Ref. Fig. 011)
The two selector switches AIR DATA and ATT HDG are rotary selector
switches with 3 positions:
CAPT/3, NORM and F/O/3.
These selector switches are used for the functions listed below (Ref. the
respective section for more details):
- AIR DATA SEL SW 15FP =
34-14-00 Selection of the ADR used by IR3
34-52-00 ATC mode S
31-68-00 DMC
22-85-00 FMGC
- ATT HDG SEL SW 13FP =
34-11-00 Power Supply
34-14-00 Selection of the ADR used by IR3
34-41-00 Weather Radar
R
31-68-00 DMC
22-85-00 FMGC.


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SENSORS, POWER SUPPLY AND SWITCHING - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_______________________________________________________________

1. _______
General
The aircraft is equipped with three Air Data/Inertial Reference Units
(ADIRUs).
Each ADIRU receives data from four types of sensors:
- three pitot probes which provide total pressure data,
- six static probes which provide static pressure data,
- two Total Air Temperature (TAT) sensors which provide air temperature
data,
- three Angle Of Attack (AOA) sensors which provide angle of attack data of
the aircraft.
The TAT sensors and the angle of attack sensors are directly connected to
the ADIRUs. The pitot probes and the static probes are connected to eight
Air Data Modules (ADM) which convert pressure data before sending them to
the ADIRUs.
The sensors, the probes, the ADMs and the ADIRUs are power supplied as
follows:

-------------------------------------------
| EQUIPMENT | 28VDC | 115VAC | 26VAC |
-------------------------------------------
| ADIRU | X | X | X |
|----------------|-------|--------|-------|
| AOA Sensor | | X | X |
|----------------|-------|--------|-------|
| PITOT Probe | | X | |
|----------------|-------|--------|-------|
| TAT Sensor | | X | |
|----------------|-------|--------|-------|
| STATIC Probe | X | | |
|----------------|-------|--------|-------|
| ADM |13.5VAC from ADIRU |
-------------------------------------------

In normal configuration, the Captain Primary Flight Display (PFD) and the
Navigation Display (ND) show the data computed by the ADIRU 1.
The First Officer PFD and ND show the data computed by the ADIRU 2.
The data from the ADIRU 3 can be displayed by action on the AIR DATA
selector switch or on the ATT HDG selector switch located on the SWITCHING
panel.
These selector switches, which define a priority order for the ADIRUs, are
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2. Component
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Location
(Ref. Fig. 001)
The sensors, probes and ADMs are located on the aircraft as follows:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FIN | FUNCTIONAL DESIGNATION | PANEL|ZONE|ACCESS | ATA
| | | | DOOR | REF.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
3FP1 SENSOR-ANGLE OF ATTACK, 1 231 34-11-19
3FP2 SENSOR-ANGLE OF ATTACK, 2 232 34-11-19
3FP3 SENSOR-ANGLE OF ATTACK, 3 127 824 34-11-19
11FP1 SENSOR-TAT, 1 121 34-11-18
11FP2 SENSOR-TAT, 2 122 34-11-18
19FP1 ADM-L TOTAL PRESSURE NONE 125 812 34-11-17
19FP2 ADM-R TOTAL PRESSURE 126 822 34-11-17
19FP3 ADM-STBY TOTAL PRESSURE 125 812 34-11-17
19FP4 ADM-R STATIC PRESSURE 128 824 34-11-17
19FP5 ADM-L STATIC PRESSURE 127 824 34-11-17
19FP6 ADM-R STATIC PRESSURE 128 824 34-11-17
19FP7 ADM-L STATIC PRESSURE 127 824 34-11-17
19FP8 ADM-STBY STATIC PRESSURE 121 811 34-11-17
7DA1 PROBE-L STATIC, 1 127 824 34-11-16
7DA2 PROBE-L STATIC, 2 127 824 34-11-16
7DA3 PROBE-L STATIC, 3 121 811 34-11-16
8DA1 PROBE-R STATIC, 1 128 824 34-11-16
8DA2 PROBE-R STATIC, 2 128 824 34-11-16
8DA3 PROBE-R STATIC, 3 122 811 34-11-16
9DA1 PROBE-PITOT, 1 125 812 34-11-15
9DA2 PROBE-PITOT, 2 126 822 34-11-15
9DA3 PROBE-PITOT, 3 125 812 34-11-15



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Figure 001



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The different ADIRS switching devices are located on the aircraft as
follows:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FIN | FUNCTIONAL DESIGNATION | PANEL|ZONE|ACCESS | ATA
| | | | DOOR | REF.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
12FP RELAY-ADIRS ON BAT/GROUND WARN 103VU 126 34-11-00
13FP SEL SW-ATT HDG 8VU 210 34-11-00
14FP RELAY-ADIRS 3 PWR SHEDDING 103VU 126 34-11-00
15FP SEL SW-AIR DATA 8VU 210 34-11-00
16FP RELAY-ADIRS 3 28VDC CONTROL 103VU 126 34-11-00
17FP RELAY-ADIRS 2 PWR SHEDDING 103VU 126 34-11-00
21FP1 RELAY-AOA1 TEST 103VU 126 34-11-00
21FP2 RELAY-AOA2 TEST 103VU 126 34-11-00
21FP3 RELAY-AOA3 TEST 103VU 126 34-11-00
22FP SW-L/G DOWN VMO/MMO SELECTION 188VU 128 34-11-00
23FP RELAY-ADIRS LGCIU GND POS 103VU 126 34-11-00
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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3. ____________
Power Supply

A. General
(Ref. Fig. 002)
The ADIRU is normally supplied with 115 VAC, 400 Hz power for the ADR and
IR functions. However, its AOA resolver converter module is supplied with
26 VAC, 400 Hz.
The 28 VDC back-up generation is provided by batteries and is
automatically used when the main power exceeds its normal limits.
At the beginning of each power cycle, the ADIRU switches from the main to
the back-up power to test the electrical generation.
The table below gives the power consumption of each unit of the ADIRS:

------------------------------------------------------------------
| EQUIPMENT | 28VDC | 115VAC | 26VAC |
| |-------------------|-------------------| |
| | Typical | Maximum | Typical | Maximum | |
------------------------------------------------------------------
| ADIRU | 48 W | 61 W | 79 VA | 98 VA | 1 VA |
|----------------|---------|---------|---------|---------|-------|
| AOA Sensor | | | 250 VA | 320 VA |3.5 VA |
|----------------|---------|---------|---------|---------|-------|
| PITOT Probe | | | 281 VA | 360 VA | |
|----------------|---------|---------|---------|---------|-------|
| TAT Sensor | | | 200 VA | 350 VA | |
|----------------|---------|---------|---------|---------|-------|
| STATIC Probe | | 2X75 W | | | |
|----------------|---------|---------|---------|---------|-------|
| PHC | | 14 W | | | |
------------------------------------------------------------------

(1) The ADIRU power consumption includes the supply of three ADMs.
With the ON BAT annunciator, add 5 W.
With the IR FAULT annunciator at I = 250 mA, add 10.5 W.
Other annunciators are open/ground discretes and so they are
energized by a power which is different from the ADIRU power.
When the ADIRU is in the OFF mode, all the circuitry in the ADIRU is
de-energized except for any logic associated with the power-off
function. The current does not exceed 10 mA DC.
Each ADIRU supplies power for the ADM of its side (CAPT, F/O, STBY).
The ADIRU also supplies the CDU with a 28 VDC signal. The consumption
of the CDU is 6 W (typical) and 10 W (maximum).



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B. ADIRS Power Supply Distribution in Normal Configuration

(1) Captain side


The ADIRU 1 is supplied with 115 VAC by the 115 VAC SHED ESS BUS
801XP-A. The back-up 28 VDC is provided by the 28 VDC HOT BUS 702PP.
The resolvers of the AOA sensor 1 and the AOA resolver converter
module of the ADIRU 1 are supplied with 26 VAC by the 26 VAC ESS BUS
431XP-A.
The sensors and probes (static, TAT, pitot, AOA) are supplied for
heating through the PHC 1:
- the heating element of the AOA sensor 1 receives 115 VAC from the
115 VAC SHED ESS BUS 801XP,
- the heating element of the TAT sensor 1 receives 115 VAC from the
115 VAC BUS 1 101XP-A,
- the heating element of the L and R static probes 1 receives 28 VDC
from the 28 VDC BUS 1 101PP,
- the heating element of the pitot probe 1 receives 115 VAC from the
115VAC ESS BUS 401XP.
(Ref. Fig. 003)

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not show the interface between the PHC and the sensors.
(Ref. 30-31-00 for more details on probe ice protection).

(2) First Officer side


The ADIRU 2 is supplied with 115 VAC by the 115 VAC BUS 2 204XP. The
back-up 28 VDC is provided by the 28 VDC HOT BUS 702PP. The resolvers
of the AOA sensor 2 and the AOA resolver converter module of the
ADIRU 2 are supplied with 26 VAC by the 26 VAC BUS 2 231XP-A.
The sensors and probes are supplied for heating through the PHC 2:
- the heating element of the AOA sensor 2 receives 115 VAC from the
115 VAC BUS 2 202XP-B,
- the heating element of the TAT sensor 2 receives 115 VAC from the
115 VAC BUS 2 202XP-C,
- the heating element of the L and R static probes 2 receives 28 VDC
from the 28 VDC BUS 2 206PP,
- the heating element of the pitot probe 2 receives 115 VAC from the
115 VAC BUS 2 202XP-B.

(3) Standby side


The ADIRU 3 is supplied with 115 VAC by the 115 VAC BUS 1 101XP-C.
The back-up 28 VDC is provided by the 28 VDC HOT BUS 701PP. The
resolvers of the AOA sensor 3 and the AOA resolver converter module
of the ADIRU 3 are supplied with 26 VAC by the 26 VAC BUS 1 131XP-A.
The sensors and probes are supplied for heating through the PHC 3:
- the heating element of the AOA sensor 3 receives 115 VAC from the
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ADIRS/PHC Interface
Figure 003



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- the heating element of the L and R static probes 3 receives 28 VDC
from the 28 VDC BUS 1 103PP
- the heating element of the pitot probe 3 receives 115 VAC from the
115 VAC BUS 1 103XP.
In normal configuration of the aircraft electrical generation, the
distribution described before is independent of the switching
selector switches.

C. ADIRS Power Supply Distribution after Loss of Main Electrical Generation

(1) Loss of the main generation and ATT HDG selector switch in NORM
position

(a) Captain side


The ADIRU 1 is supplied as in normal configuration.
(Ref. Para B.(1)).

(b) First Officer side


The ADIRU 2 is no more supplied with 115 VAC and 26 VAC. When the
26 VAC is lost, the ADR detects a fault and flags the output
parameters. The ADIRU is still powered with 28 VDC from the 28
VDC HOT BUS 702PP but the Time Delay Opening (TDO) relay 17FP
will cut this supply after 5 minutes in emergency configuration.
The ADR 2 function is lost immediately.
The IR 2 function is lost after 5 minutes.

(c) Standby side


The ADIRU 3 is no more supplied with 115 VAC and 26 VAC.
When the 26 VAC is lost, the ADR detects a fault and flags the
output parameters. The ADIRU is still powered with 28 VDC from
the 28 VDC HOT BUS 701PP but the Time Delay Opening (TDO) relay
14FP will cut this supply after 5 minutes in emergency
configuration.
The ADR3 function is lost immediately.
The IR 3 function is lost after 5 minutes.

(2) Loss of the main generation and ATT HDG selector switch in CAPT/3
position
The CAPT/3 position of the ATT HDG selector switch corresponds to the
selection of the IR 3 in place of the IR 1. The power supply
distribution must then be modified to keep the IR 3 in emergency
configuration.

(a) Captain side


The ADIRU 1 is supplied as in normal configuration
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(b) First Officer side
ADIRU 2 supply: Ref. Para. (1)(b).

(c) Standby side


The ADIRU 3 is no more supplied with 115 VAC. The ADIRU 3 is
still powered with 28 VDC from the 28 VDC HOT BUS 701PP.
The ADR 3 function is lost immediately.
The IR 3 function is available.



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D. Circuit Breakers
The system is supplied through these circuit breakers:

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
FIN PANEL/ DESIGNATION BUS ATA. REF. AMM
LOCATION P. BLOCK 001
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
4FP1 49VU NAV AND PROBES/ADIRU1/115VAC 801XP-A 34-11-00
4FP2 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/115VAC 204XP-C 34-11-00
4FP3 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/115VAC 101XP-C 34-11-00
5FP1 49VU NAV AND PROBES/ADIRU1 & 431XP-A 34-11-00
AOA/26VAC
5FP2 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/26VAC AND AOA 231XP-A 34-11-00
5FP3 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/26VAC AND AOA 131XP-A 34-11-00
6FP1 105VU ADIRS/ADIRU/1/28VDC 702PP 34-11-00
6FP2 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/28VDC 702PP 34-11-00
6FP3 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/28VDC 701PP 34-11-00
8FP 49VU NAV AND PROBES/ADIRU 3/ 401PP 34-11-00
SWTG/SPLY
9FP 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3 SWTG/SPLY 301PP 34-11-00
10FP 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2 PWR/SHED 206PP 34-11-00
1DA1 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/TAT 101XP-A 30-31-00
1DA2 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/TAT 202XP-C 30-31-00
2DA1 49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/1 401PP 30-31-00
2DA2 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/PHC 206PP 30-31-00
2DA3 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/3 101PP 30-31-00
3DA1 49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PITOT/1 401XP-B 30-31-00
3DA2 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/PITOT 202XP-B 30-31-00
3DA3 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/PITOT 103XP-C 30-31-00
4DA1 49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/AOA 801XP-C 30-31-00
4DA2 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/AOA 202XP-B 30-31-00
4DA3 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/AOA 103XP-C 30-31-00
5DA1 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/STATIC 101PP 30-31-00
5DA2 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/STATIC 206PP 30-31-00
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4. _____________________
Component Description

A. Static Probes
(Ref. Fig. 004)
Each of the three systems (CAPT (1), F/O (2), STBY (3)) comprises two
static probes which are linked to each ADR portion of the ADIRUs through
five ADMs.
The probe is protected from icing with a 28 VDC heater circuit.
The static probes linked to the ADIRU 1 and ADIRU 2 are set at 48.64 deg.
below the fuselage datum line (Z=0).
The static probes linked to ADIRU 3 are set at 29.5 deg. below the
fuselage datum line.
The pitot probe comprises a three-pin connector defined as follows:

B. Pitot Probes
(Ref. Fig. 005)
Each system comprises one pitot probe (CAPT (1), F/O (2), STBY (3)) which
is linked to each ADR portion of the ADIRUs through one ADM.
The probe is protected from icing with a 115 VAC - 400 Hz heater circuit.
The pitot probes 1 and 2 are set at 40.08 deg. below the fuselage datum
line (Z=0).
The pitot probe 3 is set at 59.56 deg. below the fuselage datum line
(Z=0).

C. Air Data Modules (ADM)


(Ref. Fig. 006)
The term Air Data Module (ADM) refers to any remotely-located LRU which
senses pressure information and transmits it to the ADIRU in ARINC 429
format.
The ADMs are remotely mounted near and above the level of the pitot and
static probes, this in order to make the ADM pneumatic plumbing self
draining when the aircraft is stationary on the ground.

(1) Internal description


The ADM comprises the following components:
(Ref. Fig. 007)

(a) Transducer board


This device provides two signals (Pressure Time Pulse (PTP) and
Temperature Time Pulse (TTP)) used by the processor board.

(b) Processor board


The microcomputer comprises the following circuits:
- a micro-controller 80C31,
- two memories: ROM (storage of software program) and RAM
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Figure 004



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Figure 005



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Air Data Module
Figure 006



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ADM - Block Diagram
Figure 007



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- a Non Volatile Memory (NVM) (Storage of transducer modeling
coefficients and failure information),
- a RS-232C Serial Digital Input/Output (used for bench test and
calibration purposes),
- an ARINC 429 transmitter.
The processor board uses the PTP and TTP signals sent by the
transducer board and the transducer modeling coefficients stored
in the NVM to compute the pressure.

(c) EMI/lightning board


This board comprises the following devices:
- power supply: the ADM is supplied by the associated ADIRU with
+/- 13.5 VAC. The power consumption is less than 200 mA on the
+13.5 VDC input and less than 50 mA on the -13.5 VDC input.
- EMI filters
- lightning protection
- filtering of input discretes.

(2) Modes of operation


The ADM has three modes of operation:
- initialization
- normal operation
- Memory Access/Calibration (MA/C).

(a) Initialization mode


The ADM automatically enters the initialization mode immediately
after power is applied to the device or after a Watchdog Timer is
activated due to an ADM failure.
The ADM performs several tasks while in the initialization mode:
- initializes software variables and hardware interfaces,
- performs various self-monitoring tests to determine if the ADM
operates properly,
- reads the fixed Program Pin discretes.
The ARINC 429 bus is disabled during the initialization mode. The
ADM does not output any data on the ARINC 429 bus.
The initialization mode is completed within 900 ms (maximum)
after valid power is applied to the ADM. Upon completion of the
initialization mode, the ADM automatically enters the normal
operation mode.

(b) Normal operation mode


The ADM enters the normal operation mode after the completion of
the initialization mode. It remains in the normal operation mode
until either power is removed from the ADM, or an internal
failure activates the Watchdog Timer, or an internal BITE detects
an unsafe condition, at which time a failure warning is
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The ADM performs the following functions in the normal operation
mode:
- measures the pressure and temperature outputs from the
transducer,
- uses filtering or averaging techniques consistent with the
noise, resolution, and dynamic frequency response requirements
- computes the Applied Pressure based upon the pressure and
temperature signals,
- filters the Computed Pressure,
- formats the ARINC 429 word to be transmitted,
- transmits the ARINC 429 Computed Pressure word,
- formats and transmits two ADM discrete words (labels 270, 271),
- reads and debounces the MA/C discretes,
- performs the BITE functions,
- formats and transmits ADM software and equipment I.D. words
(labels 040,377).

(c) Memory access/calibration mode


The Memory access/calibration (MA/C) mode is used for purposes of
transducer calibration and fault analysis. The MA/C mode requires
external test equipment which interfaces to the ADM via a RS-232C
bus. This mode can be considered as an auxiliary mode which is
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(3) Discrete inputs
Table 1 gives the identification of the ADM discrete inputs:

--------------------------------------------
| ADM Pin | Identification |
--------------------------------------------
| K | SDI 1 (LSB) (2) |
| L | SDI 2 (MSB) (2) |
| M | Configuration code 1 (3) |
| N | Configuration code 2 (3) |
| P | Parity (1) |
| a | Memory Access/Calibration 1 |
| b | NVM reset discrete |
| c | Memory Access/Calibration 2 |
--------------------------------------------

Table 1 = Discrete Inputs

NOTE : (1) An odd number of pins K, L, M, N and P must be grounded to


____
signify a valid installation. After the desired Source Data
Identifier (SDI) and the configuration pins have been
selected, the parity pin P must be selectively left open or
grounded to ensure that an odd number of pins K through P
inclusive have been grounded.

NOTE : (2) Program pins used for identification of the installation


____
position on the aircraft and the corresponding SDI code to be
transmitted. The code definition is provided in table 2.

NOTE : (3) The ADM transmits the measured pressure with a label
____
depending on the configuration code input discretes. The
configuration code definition is provided in table 3.

------------------------------------------------------------------------
|Input discrete SDI output |Input discrete SDI output |Installation|
| pin L Bit 10 state| pin K Bit 09 state| |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
| open 0 | open 0 | Invalid |
| open 0 | ground 1 | 1 |
| ground 1 | open 0 | 2 |
| ground 1 | ground 1 | 3 |
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Table 2 = SDI Code



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---------------------------------------------------------------------
| Installation function | Config. code 2 | Config. code 1 | Label |
| | Pin N | Pin M | |
|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Total pressure | open | open | 242 |
| Left static pressure | open | ground | 176 |
| Right static pressure | ground | open | 177 |
| Averaged static | ground | ground | 245 |
| pressure (uncorrected)| | | |
---------------------------------------------------------------------

Table 3 = Configuration Code

(4) Output bus


All data are transmitted via a single ARINC 429 low-speed serial
digital output bus. The outputs from the ADM are a single pressure
word having an installation selectable label, two discrete data words
and two identification words.
The following table gives:
- EQ.SYS.LAB.SDI: (SDAC, FWC, DMC...) output label for which the
parameter is available
- PARAMETER DEFINITION: parameter name
- WORD RANGE/OPER RANGE/RESOLUTION ACCURACY: measurement range.
Maximum value transmitted. When the digital value changes, the
change step is equal to the accuracy
- UNIT: unit in which the digital value is transmitted
- SIG BIT: indicates whether a sign bit is available
- BITS: number of bits used by the parameter in the label
- XMSN/INTV: output transmission interval. The refresh rate is given
in milliseconds
- CODE :
BNR: binary data word
BCD: binary coded decimal data word
ISO: data word coded in ISO5 code
DIS: discrete data word
HEX: hexadecimal coded
HYB: mixed code parameters are given in the table 4 below:
- ALPHA CODE: indicates the parameter mnemonic code
- SOURCE ORIGIN: parameter source computer or system.
All these parameters are given in the table 4 below:



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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| PARAMETER LIST PARAMETER CHARACTERISTICS (NUMERIC) |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|EQ.SYS.LAB.SDI|PARAMETER | WORD RANGE |UNIT|SIG |BITS|XMSN|CODE|ALPHA|SOURCE |
| |DEFINITION| OPER RANGE | |BIT | |INTV| |CODE |ORIGIN |
| |(*=REMARK)| RESOLUTION | | | | | | |BUS No.|
| |(X=NOTE) | ACCURACY | | | | | | |ATA REF|
| | | | | | | | | |CONV |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 242 |TOTAL |100-1400 |hPa | | 18 |29- |BNR | | |
| |PRESSURE |+/- 0.25 | | | |31 | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 176 |LEFT STAT |100-1100 |hPa | | 18 |29- |BNR | | |
| |PRESSURE |+/- 0.25 | | | |31 | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 177 |RIGHT STAT|100-1100 |hPa | | 18 |29- |BNR | | |
| |PRESSURE |+/- 0.25 | | | |31 | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 245 |AVERAGED |100-1100 |hPa | | 18 |29- |BNR | | |
| |STATIC |+/- 0.25 | | | |31 | | | |
| |PRESSURE | | | | | | | | |
| |(UNCORRTD)| | | | | | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 270 |DISCRETE |Table 5 | | | |460-|BCD | | |
| |WORD 1 | | | | |500 | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 271 |DISCRETE |Table 6 | | | |460-|BCD | | |
| |WORD 2 | | | | |500 | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 377 |EQUIPMENT |Table 7 | | | |460-|BCD | | |
| |IDENT | | | | |500 | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 040 |SOFTWARE |Table 8 | | | |460-|BCD | | |
| |IDENT | | | | |500 | | | |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Table 4 = Digital Outputs

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- accuracy = three sigma tolerance at time of delivery over
-15 deg. C to +85 deg. C range at thermal steady state. (It
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| Bit |Data |
| Position | |
|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| 1-8 |Octal Label 270 |
| 9-10 |SDI |
| 11-12 |Logic 0 |
| 13-16 |LSD device revision number (currently 4H) |
| 17-20 |MSD device revision number (currently 0H) |
| 21-24 |LS device revision letter (currently CH) |
| 25-28 |MS device revision letter (currently AH) |
| 29 |Logic 0 |
| 30-31 |Logic 0. Set the SSM to Normal Operation for a discrete |
| |maintenance word |
| 32 |Odd parity |
---------------------------------------------------------------------

Table 5 = Discrete Word 1 (Label 270)

---------------------------------------------------------------------
| Bit |Data |
| Position | |
|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| 1-8 |Octal Label 271 |
| 9-10 |SDI |
| 11-13 |Logic 0 |
| 14 |ADM LRU Status |
| 15 |Pin configuration status |
| 16 |Environment status |
| 17-24 |Current fault byte matrix |
| 25-28 |Word counter |
| 29 |Logic 0 |
| 30-31 |Logic 0. Set the SSM to Normal Operation for a discrete |
| |maintenance word |
| 32 |Odd parity |
---------------------------------------------------------------------

Table 6 = Discrete Word 2 (Label 271)



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---------------------------------------------------------------------
| Bit |Data |
| Position | |
|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| 1-8 |Octal Label 377 |
| 9-10 |SDI |
| 11-14 |LSD equipment identification (8H) |
| 15-18 |MSD equipment identification (3H) |
| 19-29 |Logic 0 |
| 30-31 |Logic 0. Set the SSM to Normal Operation for a discrete |
| |maintenance word |
| 32 |Odd parity |
---------------------------------------------------------------------

Table 7 = Equipment Ident (Label 377)

---------------------------------------------------------------------
| Bit |Data |
| Position | |
|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| 1-8 |Octal Label 040 |
| 9-10 |SDI |
| 11-12 |Logic 0 |
| 13-16 |LSD software revision number |
| 17-20 |MSD software revision number |
| 21-24 |LSD manufacturer ident number (1H) |
| 25-28 |MSD manufacturer ident number (0H) |
| 29 |Logic 0 |
| 30-31 |Logic 0. Set the SSM to Normal Operation for a discrete |
| |maintenance word |
| 32 |Odd parity |
---------------------------------------------------------------------

Table 8 = Software Ident. (Label 040)

D. Total Air Temperature (TAT) Sensor


(Ref. Fig. 008)
The aircraft is equipped with two TAT sensors with two sensing elements
each. The sensing elements of the sensor have variable resistances. The
TAT sensor 1 is linked to the ADR portion of the ADIRUs 1 and 3, the TAT
sensor 2 is linked to the ADR portion of the ADIRU 2.
The TAT sensors are set at 2.33 m from the nose and at 0.60 m of the
aircraft axis below the fuselage. The TAT sensor 1 is located on the left
side and the TAT sensor 2 on the right side.



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Figure 008



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The air flow enters the scoop of the sensor, goes through a calibrated
choke and flows over the hermetically-sealed platinum resistance sensing
element where the temperature is measured. The speed of the flow over the
element is controlled by the choke in the element tube.
The ADR portion is designed to operate with 500 ohms (at 0 deg. C)
temperature sensor unit corresponding to the basic Callender - Van Dusen
equation. To improve the accuracy of the sensor, a network of precision
resistors is used. This technique is identified by the term Precision
Calibration Interchangeability (PCI).
These sensors are heated with 115 VAC through the probe heating system.
The heating element must not be energized on the ground.
The heating element is implanted in the scoop and strut and keeps the
probe free of ice under the most severe icing conditions.

NOTE : Probe ice protection is described in 30-31-00.


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E. Angle Of Attack (AOA) Sensor
(Ref. Fig. 009)
The aircraft is equipped with three AOA sensors. Two are located on the
left side and one on the right side of the fuselage. Each of these AOA
sensors is respectively linked to each ADR portion of the ADIRUs. The AOA
sensors 1 and 3 are set at 6.08 deg. and 31 deg. below the fuselage datum
line (Z = 0) on the left side. The AOA sensor 2 is set at 6.08 deg. below
the fuselage datum line (Z = 0) on the right side.
The angle of attack sensor is of the wind vane type. Its sensing element
is a small wing which is positioned in the direction of the airflow. The
small wing is mechanically linked to a free-turn shaft which drives the
devices transmitting the local angle of attack signal. These transmitting
devices are made up of resolver transformers which convert the angular
information into proportional electrical information (angle sine and
cosine). The resolvers are supplied with a 26 VAC signal. The same signal
is also received by the ADIRU as a reference for the decoding of AOA
values. Each sensor has three resolver outputs but only two are wired to
the ADIRU.
The whole mechanism is stabilized around the rotation axis. In addition,
a damping device enables a satisfactory dynamic response to be obtained
(filtering of mechanical oscillation).
A self-regulated heating element (PTC resistors: positive coefficient of
temperature) inserted into the vane eliminates or avoids icing. It is
supplied with 115 VAC through the PHC (Ref. 30-31-00).
The AOA sensor is equipped with a self-test device which is activated by
a 28 VDC signal, from the ADR (through the relay 21FP1, 21FP2 or 21FP3)
when the test is entered via the maintenance system (CFDIU and MCDU). The
self-test positions the vane at a resolver angle of +15 deg. (left side
test) or -15 deg. (right side test).
The mounting and wing of AOA resolvers determine the relationship between
the measured resolver angle and the indicated angle of attack. This
relationship for each resolver input is as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 010)
------------------------------------------------------------------------
| | Indicated AOA: | +85 | +60 | +25 | 0 | -35 |
| AOA 1 and AOA 3 |----------------------------------------------------|
| in degrees | Resolver angle: | -60 | -35 | 0 | +25 | +60 |
------------------------------------------------------------------------
| | Indicated AOA: | +85 | +60 | +25 | 0 | -35 |
| AOA 2 |----------------------------------------------------|
| in degrees | Resolver angle: | +60 | +35 | 0 | -25 | -60 |
------------------------------------------------------------------------
The ADRs receive the same 26 VAC, 400 Hz reference as the AOA resolvers.
This reference is common to both AOA resolver inputs 1 and 2.
Characteristics:



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Figure 009



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AOA Sensor - Installation Definition
Figure 010



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Excitation : 26 V 400 Hz
Phase shift : 18 deg. to 30 deg.
Resolver transformer
ratio RT : 0.4029 to 0.4629
Rotor impedance : Zro = 125 + j175 ohms +/-20%
Stator impedance : Zso = 115 + j90 ohms +/-30%
Range : +/-60 deg.
Scale factor : 1 deg. resolver/1 deg. local AOA
The accuracy of the AOA sensor, at 100 knots, is +/-0.3 deg.



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F. Selector Switches
(Ref. Fig. 011)
The two selector switches AIR DATA and ATT HDG are rotary selector
switches with three positions: CAPT/3, NORM and F/O/3.
These selector switches are used for the functions listed below (Ref. the
respective section for more details):
- AIR DATA SEL SW (15FP):
34-14-00 Selection of the ADR used by the IR3
34-52-00 ATC mode S
31-68-00 DMC
22-85-00 FMGC
- ATT HDG SEL SW (13FP):
34-11-00 Power Supply
34-14-00 Selection of the ADR used by the IR3
34-41-00 Weather Radar
31-68-00 DMC
22-85-00 FMGC.



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Figure 011



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SENSORS, POWER SUPPLY AND SWITCHING - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_______________________________________________________________

1. _______
General
The aircraft is equipped with three Air Data/Inertial Reference Units
(ADIRUs).
Each ADIRU receives data from the four types of sensors after:
- three pitot probes which provide total pressure data,
- six static probes which provide static pressure data,
- two Total Air Temperature (TAT) sensors which provide air temperature
data,
- three Angle Of Attack (AOA) sensors which provide angle of attack data of
the aircraft.
The TAT sensors and the angle of attack sensors are directly connected to
the ADIRUs. The pitot probes and the static probes are connected to eight
Air Data Modules (ADM) which convert pressure data before they send them to
the ADIRUs.
The sensors, the probes, the ADMs and the ADIRUs are power supplied as
follows:

-------------------------------------------
| EQUIPMENT | 28VDC | 115VAC | 26VAC |
-------------------------------------------
| ADIRU | X | X | X |
|----------------|-------|--------|-------|
| AOA Sensor | | X | X |
|----------------|-------|--------|-------|
| PITOT Probe | | X | |
|----------------|-------|--------|-------|
| TAT Sensor | | X | |
|----------------|-------|--------|-------|
| STATIC Probe | X | | |
|----------------|-------|--------|-------|
| ADM |13.5VAC from ADIRU |
-------------------------------------------

In normal configuration, the Captain Primary Flight Display (PFD) and


Navigation Display (ND) show the data computed by the ADIRU 1.
The First Officer PFD and ND show the data computed by the ADIRU 2.
The data from the ADIRU 3 can be displayed by action on the AIR DATA
selector switch or on the ATT HDG selector switch located on the SWITCHING
panel.
These selector switches which define a priority order for the ADIRUs are
also used by several other aircraft systems (Ref. Para. 4.F.).


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2. Component
__________________
Location
(Ref. Fig. 001)
The sensors, probes and ADMs are located on the aircraft as follows:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FIN | FUNCTIONAL DESIGNATION | PANEL|ZONE|ACCESS | ATA
| | | | DOOR | REF.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R
R 3FP1 SENSOR-ANGLE OF ATTACK, 1 231 34-11-19
R 3FP2 SENSOR-ANGLE OF ATTACK, 2 232 34-11-19
R
3FP3 SENSOR-ANGLE OF ATTACK, 3 127 824 34-11-19
11FP1 SENSOR-TAT, 1 121 34-11-18
11FP2 SENSOR-TAT, 2 122 34-11-18
19FP1 ADM-L TOTAL PRESSURE NONE 125 812 34-11-17
19FP2 ADM-R TOTAL PRESSURE 126 822 34-11-17
19FP3 ADM-STBY TOTAL PRESSURE 125 812 34-11-17
19FP4 ADM-R STATIC PRESSURE 128 824 34-11-17
19FP5 ADM-L STATIC PRESSURE 127 824 34-11-17
19FP6 ADM-R STATIC PRESSURE 128 824 34-11-17
19FP7 ADM-L STATIC PRESSURE 127 824 34-11-17
19FP8 ADM-STBY STATIC PRESSURE 121 811 34-11-17
7DA1 PROBE-L STATIC, 1 127 824 34-11-16
7DA2 PROBE-L STATIC, 2 127 824 34-11-16
7DA3 PROBE-L STATIC, 3 121 811 34-11-16
8DA1 PROBE-R STATIC, 1 128 824 34-11-16
8DA2 PROBE-R STATIC, 2 128 824 34-11-16
8DA3 PROBE-R STATIC, 3 122 811 34-11-16
9DA1 PROBE-PITOT, 1 125 812 34-11-15
9DA2 PROBE-PITOT, 2 126 822 34-11-15
9DA3 PROBE-PITOT, 3 125 812 34-11-15


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ADIRS - Probe and Sensor Location
Figure 001


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The different ADIRS switching devices are located on the aircraft as
follows:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FIN | FUNCTIONAL DESIGNATION | PANEL|ZONE|ACCESS | ATA
| | | | DOOR | REF.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
12FP RELAY-ADIRS ON BAT/GROUND WARN 103VU 126 34-11-00
13FP SEL SW-ATT HDG 8VU 210 34-11-00
14FP RELAY-ADIRS 3 PWR SHEDDING 103VU 126 34-11-00
15FP SEL SW-AIR DATA 8VU 210 34-11-00
16FP RELAY-ADIRS 3 28VDC CONTROL 103VU 126 34-11-00
17FP RELAY-ADIRS 2 PWR SHEDDING 103VU 126 34-11-00
21FP1 RELAY-AOA1 TEST 103VU 126 34-11-00
21FP2 RELAY-AOA2 TEST 103VU 126 34-11-00
21FP3 RELAY-AOA3 TEST 103VU 126 34-11-00
22FP SW-L/G DOWN VMO/MMO SELECTION 188VU 128 34-11-00
23FP RELAY-ADIRS LGCIU GND POS 103VU 126 34-11-00
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

NOTE : The function of the switch (22FP) is described in 34-12-00.


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3. ____________
Power Supply

A. General
(Ref. Fig. 002)
The ADIRU is normally supplied with 115VAC, 400 Hz power for the ADR and
IR functions. However its AOA resolver converter module is supplied with
26VAC, 400 Hz.
The 28VDC back-up generation is provided by batteries and is
automatically used when the main power exceeds its normal limits.
At the beginning of each power cycle the ADIRU switches from the main to
the back-up power to test the electrical generation.

**ON A/C 051-099, 106-149, 204-239, 301-312, 401-499,

The table below gives the power consumption of each unit of the ADIRS:

------------------------------------------------------------------
| EQUIPMENT | 28VDC | 115VAC | 26VAC |
| |-------------------|-------------------| |
| | Typical | Maximum | Typical | Maximum | |
------------------------------------------------------------------
| ADIRU (1) | 67 W | 84 W | 79 VA | 98 VA | 1 VA |
|----------------|---------|---------|---------|---------|-------|
| AOA Sensor | | | 250 VA | 320 VA |3.5 VA |
|----------------|---------|---------|---------|---------|-------|
| PITOT Probe | | | 281 VA | 360 VA | |
|----------------|---------|---------|---------|---------|-------|
| TAT Sensor | | | 200 VA | 350 VA | |
|----------------|---------|---------|---------|---------|-------|
| STATIC Probe | | 2X75 W | | | |
|----------------|---------|---------|---------|---------|-------|
| PHC | | 14 W | | | |
------------------------------------------------------------------

(1) ADIRU power consumption includes the supply of three ADMs.


With ON BAT annunciator, add 5 W.
With IR FAULT annunciator at I = 250 mA, add 10.5 W.
Other annunciators are open/ground discretes and so they are
energized by a power which is different from the ADIRU power.
When the ADIRU is in the OFF mode, all the circuitry in the ADIRU is
de-energized except for any logic associated with the power off
function. Current does not exceed 10 mA DC.
Each ADIRU supplies the power for the ADM of its side (CAPT, F/O,
STBY).
The ADIRU also supplies the CDU with a 28VDC signal. The consumption
of the CDU is 6 W (typical) and 10 W (maximum).


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ADIRS - Power Supply Distribution
Figure 002


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R **ON A/C 240-249, 251-299, 313-399, 501-509, 511-523,

The table below gives the power consumption of each unit of the
ADIRS:

------------------------------------------------------------------
| EQUIPMENT | 28 VDC | 115 VAC |26 VAC |
| |-------------------|-------------------|--------
| | Typical | Maximum | Typical | Maximum | |
------------------------------------------------------------------
| ADIRU (1) | 67 W | 84 W | 79 VA | 98 VA | 1 VA |
|----------------|---------|---------|---------|---------|-------|
| AOA Sensor | | | 250 VA | 320 VA |3.5 VA |
|----------------|---------|---------|---------|---------|-------|
| PITOT Probe | | | 281 VA | 360 VA | |
|----------------|---------|---------|---------|---------|-------|
| TAT Sensor | | | 200 VA | 350 VA | |
|----------------|---------|---------|---------|---------|-------|
| STATIC Probe | | 2X75 W | | | |
|----------------|---------|---------|---------|---------|-------|
| PHC | | 14 W | | | |
------------------------------------------------------------------

(1) The ADIRU power consumption includes the supply of three ADMs.
With the ON BAT annunciator, add 5 W.
With the IR FAULT annunciator at I = 250 mA, add 10.5 W.
Other annunciators are open/ground discretes and so they are
energized by a power which is different from the ADIRU power.
When the ADIRU is in the OFF mode, all the circuitry in the ADIRU is
de-energized except for any logic associated with the power-off
function. The current does not exceed 10 mA DC.
Each ADIRU supplies the power for the ADM of its side (CAPT, F/O,
STBY).

R **ON A/C 051-099, 106-149, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,


R 511-523,

B. ADIRS Power Supply Distribution in Normal Configuration

(1) Captain side


The ADIRU 1 is supplied with 115VAC by the 115VAC SHED ESS BUS
801XP-A. The back-up 28VDC is provided by the 28VDC HOT BUS 701PP.
The resolvers of the AOA sensor 1 and the AOA resolver converter
module of the ADIRU 1 are supplied with 26VAC by the 26VAC ESS BUS
431XP-A.


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The sensors and probes (static, TAT, pitot, AOA) are supplied for
heating through the Probe Heat Computer 1:
- the heating element of the AOA sensor 1 receives 115VAC from the
115VAC SHED ESS BUS 801XP
- the heating element of the TAT sensor 1 receives 115VAC from the
115VAC BUS 1 101XP-A
- the heating element of the L and R static probes 1 receives 28VDC
from the 28VDC BUS 1 101PP
- the heating element of the pitot probe 1 receives 115VAC from the
115VAC ESS BUS 401XP.
(Ref. Fig. 003)

NOTE : Figure ADIRS/PHC Interface, is a principle diagram which does


____
not show the interface between the PHC and the sensors.
(Ref. 30-31-00 for more details on probe ice protection).

(2) First Officer side


The ADIRU 2 is supplied with 115VAC by the 115VAC BUS 2 204XP. The
back-up 28VDC is provided by the 28VDC HOT BUS 702PP. The resolvers
of the AOA sensor 2 and the AOA resolver converter module of the
ADIRU 2 are supplied with 26VAC by the 26VAC BUS 2 231XP-A.
The sensors and probes are supplied for heating through the PHC 2:
- the heating element of the AOA sensor 2 receives 115VAC from the
115VAC BUS 2 202XP-B
- the heating element of the TAT sensor 2 receives 115VAC from the
115VAC BUS 2 202XP-C
- the heating element of the L and R static probes 2 receives 28VDC
from the 28VDC BUS 2 206PP
- the heating element of the pitot probe 2 receives 115VAC from the
115VAC BUS 2 202XP-B.

(3) Standby side


The ADIRU 3 is supplied with 115VAC by the 115VAC BUS 1 101XP-C. The
back-up 28VDC is provided by the 28VDC HOT BUS 701PP. The resolvers
of the AOA sensor 3 and the AOA resolver converter module of the
ADIRU 3 are supplied with 26VAC by the 26VAC BUS 1 131XP-A.
The sensors and probes are supplied for heating through the PHC 3:
- the heating element of the AOA sensor 3 receives 115VAC from the
115VAC BUS 1 103XP
- the heating element of the L and R static probes 3 receives 28VDC
from the 28VDC BUS 1 103PP
- the heating element of the pitot probe 3 receives 115VAC from the
115VAC BUS 1 103XP.
In normal configuration of the aircraft electrical generation, the
distribution described before is independent of the switching
selector switches.


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ADIRS/PHC Interface
Figure 003


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C. ADIRS Power Supply Distribution after Loss of Main Electrical Generation

(1) Loss of the main generation and ATT HDG selector switch in NORM
position

(a) Captain side


The ADIRU 1 is supplied as in normal configuration.
(Ref.Para B.(1)).

(b) First Officer side


The ADIRU 2 is no more supplied with 115VAC and 26VAC. When the
26VAC is lost, the ADR detects a fault and flags the output
parameters. The ADIRU is still powered with 28VDC from the 28VDC
HOT BUS 702PP but the Time Delay Opening (TDO) relay 17FP will
cut this supply after 5 minutes in emergency configuration.
The ADR 2 function is lost immediately.
The IR 2 function is lost after 5 minutes.

(c) Standby side


The ADIRU 3 is no more supplied with 115VAC and 26VAC.
When the 26VAC is lost, the ADR detects a fault and flags the
output parameters. The ADIRU is still powered with 28VDC from the
28VDC HOT BUS 701PP but the Time Delay Opening (TDO) relay 14FP
will cut this supply after 5 minutes in emergency configuration.
The ADR3 function is lost immediately.
The IR 3 function is lost after 5 minutes.

(2) Loss of the main generation and ATT HDG selector switch in CAPT/3
position
The CAPT/3 position of the ATT HDG selector switch corresponds to the
selection of the IR 3 in place of the IR 1. The power supply
distribution must then be modified to keep the IR 3 in emergency
configuration.

(a) Captain side


The ADIRU 1 is supplied as in normal configuration
(Ref. Para. B.(1)).

(b) First Officer side


ADIRU 2 supply: Ref. Para. (1)(b).

(c) Standby side


The ADIRU 3 is no more supplied with 115VAC. The ADIRU 3 is still
powered with 28VDC from the 28VDC HOT BUS 701PP.
The ADR 3 function is lost immediately.
The IR 3 function is available.


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D. Circuit Breakers
The system is supplied through these circuit breakers:

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
FIN PANEL/ DESIGNATION BUS ATA. REF. AMM
LOCATION P. BLOCK 001
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
4FP1 49VU NAV AND PROBES/ADIRU1/115VAC 801XP-A 34-11-00
4FP2 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/115VAC 204XP-C 34-11-00
4FP3 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/115VAC 101XP-C 34-11-00
5FP1 49VU NAV AND PROBES/ADIRU1 & 431XP-A 34-11-00
AOA/26VAC
5FP2 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/26VAC AND AOA 231XP-A 34-11-00
5FP3 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/26VAC AND AOA 131XP-A 34-11-00
6FP1 105VU ADIRS/ADIRU1/28VDC 704PP 34-11-00
6FP2 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2/28VDC 702PP 34-11-00
6FP3 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3/28VDC 701PP 34-11-00
8FP 49VU NAV AND PROBES/ADIRU 3/ 401PP 34-11-00
SWTG/SPLY
9FP 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/3 SWTG/SPLY 301PP 34-11-00
10FP 121VU ADIRS/ADIRU/2 PWR/SHED 206PP 34-11-00
1DA1 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/TAT 101XP-A 30-31-00
1DA2 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/TAT 202XP-C 30-31-00
2DA1 49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/1 401PP 30-31-00
2DA2 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/PHC 206PP 30-31-00
2DA3 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/3 101PP 30-31-00
3DA1 49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PITOT/1 401XP-B 30-31-00
3DA2 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/PITOT 202XP-B 30-31-00
3DA3 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/PITOT 103XP-C 30-31-00
4DA1 49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/AOA 801XP-C 30-31-00
4DA2 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/AOA 202XP-B 30-31-00
4DA3 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/AOA 103XP-C 30-31-00
5DA1 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/STATIC 101PP 30-31-00
5DA2 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/STATIC 206PP 30-31-00
5DA3 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/STATIC 103PP 34-11-00


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4. _____________________
Component Description

A. Static Probes
(Ref. Fig. 004)
Each of the three systems (CAPT (1), F/O (2), STBY (3)) comprises two
static probes which are linked to each ADR portion of the ADIRUs through
five ADMs.
The probe is protected from icing with a 28VDC heater circuit.
The static probes linked to ADIRU 1 and ADIRU 2 are set at 48.64 deg.
below the fuselage datum line (Z=0).
The static probes linked to ADIRU 3 are set at 29.5 deg. below the
fuselage datum line.

B. Pitot Probes
(Ref. Fig. 005)
Each system comprises one pitot probe (CAPT (1), F/O (2), STBY (3)) which
is linked to each ADR portion of the ADIRUs through one ADM.
The probe is protected from icing with a 115VAC - 400 Hz heater circuit.
The pitot probes 1 and 2 are set at 40.08 deg. below the fuselage datum
line (Z=0).
The pitot probe 3 is set at 59.56 deg. below the fuselage datum line
(Z=0).


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ADIRS - Static Probe
Figure 004


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ADIRS - Pitot Probe
Figure 005


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C. Air Data Modules (ADM)

**ON A/C 051-061,

(Ref. Fig. 006)

R **ON A/C 062-099, 106-149, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,


R 511-523,

(Ref. Fig. 006A)

R **ON A/C 051-099, 106-149, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,


R 511-523,

The term Air Data Module (ADM) refers to any remotely located LRU which
senses pressure information and transmits it to the ADIRU in ARINC 429
format.
The ADMs are remotely mounted near and above the level of the pitot and
static probes, this in order to make the ADM pneumatic plumbing self
draining when the aircraft is stationary on the ground.

(1) Internal description


The ADM comprises the following components
(Ref. Fig. 007)

(a) Transducer board


This device provides two signals (Pressure Time Pulse (PTP) and
Temperature Time Pulse (TTP)) used by the processor board.

(b) Processor board


The microcomputer comprises the following circuits:
- a micro-controller 80C31
- two memories: ROM (storage of software program) and RAM
(temporary storage of data)
- a Non Volatile Memory (NVM) (Storage of transducer modelling
coefficients and failure information)
- a RS-232C Serial Digital Input/Output (used for bench test and
calibration purposes)
- an ARINC 429 transmitter.
The processor board uses the PTP and TTP signals sent by the
transducer board and the transducer modelling coefficients stored
in the NVM to compute the pressure.


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Air Data Module
Figure 006


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Air Data Module
Figure 006A


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ADM - Block Diagram
Figure 007


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(c) EMI/lightning board
This board comprises the following devices:
- power supply: the ADM is supplied by the associated ADIRU with
+/- 13.5VAC. Power consumption is less than 200 mA on the
+13.5VDC input and less than 50 mA on the -13.5VDC input.
- EMI filters
- lightning protection
- input discretes filtering.

(2) Modes of operation


The ADM has three modes of operation:
- initialization
- normal operation
- Memory Access/Calibration (MA/C).

(a) Initialization mode


The ADM automatically enters the initialization mode immediately
after power is applied to the device or after a Watchdog Timer is
activated due to an ADM failure.
The ADM performs several tasks while in the initialization mode.
It:
- initializes software variables and hardware interfaces
- performs various self-monitoring tests to determine if the ADM
operates properly
- reads the fixed Program Pin discretes.
The ARINC 429 bus is disabled during the initialization mode. The
ADM does not output any data on the ARINC 429 bus.
The initialization mode is completed within 900 ms (maximum)
after valid power is applied to the ADM. Upon completion of the
initialization mode, the ADM automatically enters the normal
operation mode.

(b) Normal operation mode


The ADM enters the normal operation mode after the completion of
the initialization mode. It remains in the normal operation mode
until either power is removed from the ADM, or an internal
failure activates the Watchdog Timer, or an internal BITE detects
an unsafe condition at which time a failure warning is
annunciated or ARINC 429 transmissions cease.
The ADM performs the following functions in the normal operation
mode.
It:
- measures the pressure and temperature outputs from the
transducer
- uses filtering or averaging techniques consistent with the
noise, resolution, and dynamic frequency response requirements


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- computes the Applied Pressure based upon the pressure and
temperature signals
- filters the Computed Pressure
- formats the ARINC 429 word to be transmitted
- transmits the ARINC 429 Computed Pressure word
- formats and transmits two ADM discrete words (labels 270, 271)
- reads and debounces the MA/C discretes
- performs the BITE functions
- formats and transmits ADM software and equipment I.D. words
(labels 040,377).

(c) Memory Access/Calibration mode


The Memory Access/Calibration (MA/C) mode is used for purposes of
transducer calibration and fault analysis. The MA/C mode requires
external test equipment which interfaces to the ADM via a RS-232C
bus. This mode can be considered as an auxiliary mode which is
accessible in a repair shop environment only.


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(3) Discrete inputs
Table 1 gives the identification of the ADM discrete inputs:

--------------------------------------------
| ADM Pin | Identification |
--------------------------------------------
| K | SDI 1 (LSB) (2) |
| L | SDI 2 (MSB) (2) |
| M | Configuration code 1 (3) |
| N | Configuration code 2 (3) |
| P | Parity (1) |
| a | Memory Access/Calibration 1 |
| b | NVM reset discrete |
| c | Memory Access/Calibration 2 |
--------------------------------------------

Table 1 = Discrete Inputs

NOTE : (1) An odd number of pins K, L, M, N and P must be grounded to


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signify a valid installation. After the desired Source Data
Identifier (SDI) and the configuration pins have been
selected, the parity pin P must be selectively left open or
grounded to ensure that an odd number of pins K through P
inclusive have been grounded.

NOTE : (2) Program pins used for identification of the installation


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position on the aircraft and the corresponding SDI code to be
transmitted. The code definition is provided in table 2.

NOTE : (3) The ADM transmits the measured pressure with a label
____
depending on the configuration code input discretes. The
configuration code definition is provided in table 3.

------------------------------------------------------------------------
|Input discrete SDI output |Input discrete SDI output |Installation|
| pin L Bit 10 state| pin K Bit 09 state| |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
| open 0 | open 0 | Invalid |
| open 0 | ground 1 | 1 |
| ground 1 | open 0 | 2 |
| ground 1 | ground 1 | 3 |
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Table 2 = SDI Code


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---------------------------------------------------------------------
| Installation function | Config. code 1 | Config. code 2 | Label |
| | Pin N | Pin M | |
|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Total pressure | open | open | 242 |
| Left static pressure | open | ground | 176 |
| Right static pressure | ground | open | 177 |
| Averaged static | ground | ground | 245 |
| pressure (uncorrected)| | | |
---------------------------------------------------------------------

Table 3 = Configuration Code

(4) Output bus


All data are transmitted via a single ARINC 429 low-speed serial
digital output bus. The outputs from the ADM are a single pressure
word having an installation selectable label, two discrete data
words, and two identification words.
The following table gives:
- EQ.SYS.LAB.SDI: (SDAC, FWC, DMC...) output label for which the
parameter is available
- PARAMETER DEFINITION: parameter name
- WORD RANGE/OPER RANGE/RESOLUTION ACCURACY: measurement range.
Maximum value transmitted. When the digital value changes, the
change step is equal to the accuracy
- UNIT: unit in which the digital value is transmitted
- SIG BIT: indicates whether a sign bit is available
- BITS: number of bits used by the parameter in the label
- XMSN/INTV: output transmission interval. The refresh rate is given
in milliseconds
- CODE :
BNR: binary data word
BCD: binary coded decimal data word
ISO: data word coded in ISO5 code
DIS: discrete data word
HEX: hexadecimal coded
HYB: mixed code parameters are given in the table 4 below:
- ALPHA CODE: indicates the parameter mnemonic code
- SOURCE ORIGIN: parameter source computer or system.
All these parameters are given in the table 4 below:


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301-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-523,
 34-11-00

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| PARAMETER LIST PARAMETER CHARACTERISTICS (NUMERIC) |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|EQ.SYS.LAB.SDI|PARAMETER | WORD RANGE |UNIT|SIG |BITS|XMSN|CODE|ALPHA|SOURCE |
| |DEFINITION| OPER RANGE | |BIT | |INTV| |CODE |ORIGIN |
| |(*=REMARK)| RESOLUTION | | | | | | |BUS No.|
| |(X=NOTE) | ACCURACY | | | | | | |ATA REF|
| | | | | | | | | |CONV |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 242 |TOTAL |100-1400 |hPa | | 18 |29- |BNR | | |
| |PRESSURE |+/- 0.25 | | | |31 | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 176 |LEFT STAT |100-1100 |hPa | | 18 |29- |BNR | | |
| |PRESSURE |+/- 0.25 | | | |31 | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 177 |RIGHT STAT|100-1100 |hPa | | 18 |29- |BNR | | |
| |PRESSURE |+/- 0.25 | | | |31 | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 245 |AVERAGED |100-1100 |hPa | | 18 |29- |BNR | | |
| |STATIC |+/- 0.25 | | | |31 | | | |
| |PRESSURE | | | | | | | | |
| |(UNCORRTD)| | | | | | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 270 |DISCRETE |Table 5 | | | |460-|BCD | | |
| |WORD 1 | | | | |500 | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 271 |DISCRETE |Table 6 | | | |460-|BCD | | |
| |WORD 2 | | | | |500 | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 377 |EQUIPMENT |Table 7 | | | |460-|BCD | | |
| |IDENT | | | | |500 | | | |
|--------------|----------|------------|----|----|----|----|----|-----|-------|
| 040 |SOFTWARE |Table 8 | | | |460-|BCD | | |
| |IDENT | | | | |500 | | | |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Table 4 = Digital Outputs


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| Bit |Data |
| Position | |
|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| 1-8 |Octal Label 270 |
| 9-10 |SDI |
| 11-12 |Logic 0 |
| 13-16 |LSD device revision number (currently 4H) |
| 17-20 |MSD device revision number (currently 0H) |
| 21-24 |LS device revision letter (currently CH) |
| 25-28 |MS device revision letter (currently AH) |
| 29 |Logic 0 |
| 30-31 |Logic 0. Set the SSM to Normal Operation for a discrete |
| |maintenance word |
| 32 |Odd parity |
---------------------------------------------------------------------

Table 5 = Discrete Word 1 (Label 270)

---------------------------------------------------------------------
| Bit |Data |
| Position | |
|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| 1-8 |Octal Label 271 |
| 9-10 |SDI |
| 11-13 |Logic 0 |
| 14 |ADM LRU Status |
| 15 |Pin configuration status |
| 16 |Environment status |
| 17-24 |Current fault byte matrix |
| 25-28 |Word counter |
| 29 |Logic 0 |
| 30-31 |Logic 0. Set the SSM to Normal Operation for a discrete |
| |maintenance word |
| 32 |Odd parity |
---------------------------------------------------------------------

Table 6 = Discrete Word 2 (Label 271)


R

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301-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-523,
 34-11-00

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| Bit |Data |
| Position | |
|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| 1-8 |Octal Label 377 |
| 9-10 |SDI |
| 11-14 |LSD equipment identification (8H) |
| 15-18 |MSD equipment identification (3H) |
| 19-29 |Logic 0 |
| 30-31 |Logic 0. Set the SSM to Normal Operation for a discrete |
| |maintenance word |
| 32 |Odd parity |
---------------------------------------------------------------------

Table 7 = Equipment Ident (Label 377)

---------------------------------------------------------------------
| Bit |Data |
| Position | |
|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| 1-8 |Octal Label 040 |
| 9-10 |SDI |
| 11-12 |Logic 0 |
| 13-16 |LSD software revision number |
| 17-20 |MSD software revision number |
| 21-24 |LSD manufacturer ident number (1H) |
| 25-28 |MSD manufacturer ident number (0H) |
| 29 |Logic 0 |
| 30-31 |Logic 0. Set the SSM to Normal Operation for a discrete |
| |maintenance word |
| 32 |Odd parity |
---------------------------------------------------------------------

Table 8 = Software Ident (Label 040)


R

EFF : 051-099, 106-149, 204-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-523,
 34-11-00

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D. Total Air Temperature (TAT) Sensor

**ON A/C 051-099, 106-149, 204-238, 301-310, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 008)

R **ON A/C 239-249, 251-299, 311-399, 501-509, 511-523,

(Ref. Fig. 008A)

R **ON A/C 051-099, 106-149, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,


R 511-523,

The aircraft is equipped with two TAT sensors with two sensing elements
each. The sensing elements of the sensor have variable resistances. The
TAT sensor 1 is linked to the ADR portion of ADIRUs 1 and 3, the TAT
sensor 2 is linked to the ADR portion of ADIRU 2.
The TAT sensors are set at 2.33 m from the nose and at 0.60 m of the
aircraft axis below the fuselage. The TAT sensor 1 is located on the left
side and the TAT sensor 2 on the right side.
The air flow enters the scoop of the sensor, goes through a calibrated
choke and flows over the hermetically sealed platinum resistance sensing
element where the temperature is measured. The speed of the flow over the
element is controlled by the choke in the element tube.
The ADR portion is designed to operate with 500 ohms (at 0 deg. C )
temperature sensor unit corresponding to the basic Callender - Van Dusen
equation. To improve the accuracy of the sensor, a network of precision
resistors is used. This technique is identified by the term Precision
Calibration Interchangeability (PCI).
These sensors are heated with 115VAC through the probe heating system.
The heating element must not be energized on the ground.
The heating element is implanted in the scoop and strut and keeps the
probe free of ice under the most severe icing conditions.

NOTE : Probe ice protection is described in 30-31-00.


____


R

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301-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-523,
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ADIRS - TAT Sensor
Figure 008


R

EFF :
401-499,
051-099, 106-149, 204-238, 301-310,  34-11-00

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ADIRS - TAT Sensor
Figure 008A


R

EFF :
511-523,
239-249, 251-299, 311-399, 501-509,  34-11-00

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E. Angle Of Attack (AOA) Sensor

**ON A/C 051-061,

(Ref. Fig. 009)

R **ON A/C 062-099, 106-149, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,


R 511-523,

(Ref. Fig. 009A)

R **ON A/C 051-099, 106-149, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,


R 511-523,

The aircraft is equipped with three AOA sensors. Two are located on the
left side and one on the right side of the fuselage. Each of these AOA
sensors is respectively linked to each ADR portion of the ADIRUs. The AOA
sensors 1 and 3 are set at 6.08 deg. and 31 deg. below the fuselage datum
line (Z = 0) on the left side. The AOA sensor 2 is set at 6.08 deg. below
the fuselage datum line (Z = 0) on the right side.
The angle of attack sensor is of the wind vane type. Its sensing element
is a small wing which is positioned in the direction of airflow. The
small wing is mechanically linked to a free turn-shaft which drives the
devices transmitting the local angle of attack signal. These transmitting
devices are made up of resolver transformers which convert the angular
information into proportional electrical information (angle sine and
cosine). The resolvers are supplied with a 26VAC signal. The same signal
is also received by the ADIRU as a reference for the decoding of AOA
values. Each sensor has three resolver outputs but only two are wired to
the ADIRU.
The whole mechanism is stabilized around the rotation axis. In addition,
a damping device enables a satisfactory dynamic response to be obtained
(filtering of mechanical oscillation).
A self-regulated heating element (CTP resistances: positive coefficient
of temperature) inserted into the vane eliminates or avoids icing. It is
supplied with 115VAC through the PHC (Ref. 30-31-00).
The AOA sensor is equipped with a self-test device which is activated by
a 28VDC signal, from the ADR (through the relay 21FP1, 21FP2 or 21FP3)
when the test is entered via the maintenance system (CFDIU and MCDU). The
self-test positions the vane at a resolver angle of +15 deg. (left side
test) or -15 deg. (right side test).
The mounting and wing of AOA resolvers determine the relationship between
the measured resolver angle and indicated angle of attack. This
relationship for each resolver input is as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 010)


R

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301-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-523,
 34-11-00

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ADIRS - AOA Sensor
Figure 009


R

EFF :

051-061,  34-11-00

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ADIRS - AOA Sensor
Figure 009A


R

EFF : 062-099, 106-149, 204-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-523,
 34-11-00

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AOA Sensor - Installation Definition
Figure 010


R

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301-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-523,
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------------------------------------------------------------------------
| | Indicated AOA: | +85 | +60 | +25 | 0 | -35 |
| AOA 1 and AOA 3 |----------------------------------------------------|
| in degrees | Resolver angle: | -60 | -35 | 0 | +25 | +60 |
------------------------------------------------------------------------
| | Indicated AOA: | +85 | +60 | +25 | 0 | -35 |
| AOA 2 |----------------------------------------------------|
| in degrees | Resolver angle: | +60 | +35 | 0 | -25 | -60 |
------------------------------------------------------------------------
The ADRs receive the same 26VAC, 400 Hz reference as the AOA resolvers.
This reference is common to both AOA resolver inputs 1 and 2.
Characteristics:
Excitation : 26 V 400 Hz
Phase shift : 18 deg. to 30 deg.
Resolver transformer
ratio RT : 0.4029 to 0.4629
Rotor impedance : Zro = 125 + j175 ohms +/-20%
Stator impedance : Zso = 115 + j90 ohms +/-30%
Range : +/-60 deg.
Scale factor : 1 deg. resolver/1 deg. local AOA
The accuracy of the AOA sensor, at 100 knots, is +/-0.3 deg.


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301-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-523,
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R **ON A/C 051-099, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-523,

F. Selector Switches
(Ref. Fig. 011)
The two selector switches AIR DATA and ATT HDG are rotary selector
switches with 3 positions: CAPT/3, NORM and F/O/3.
These selector switches are used for the functions listed below (Ref. the
respective section for more details):
- AIR DATA SEL SW (15FP):
34-14-00 Selection of the ADR used by the IR3
34-52-00 ATC mode S
31-68-00 DMC
22-85-00 FMGC
- ATT HDG SEL SW (13FP):
34-11-00 Power Supply
34-14-00 Selection of the ADR used by the IR3
34-41-00 Weather Radar
31-68-00 DMC
22-85-00 FMGC.


R

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511-523,
051-099, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509,  34-11-00

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INTENTIONALLY BLANK


R



 34-11-00

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ADIRS Switching
Figure 011


R

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301-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-523,
 34-11-00

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**ON A/C 106-149, 204-249, 301-399,

F. Selector Switches
(Ref. Fig. 011)
The two selector switches AIR DATA and ATT HDG are rotary selector
switches with 3 positions: CAPT/3, NORM and F/O/3.
These selector switches are used for the functions listed below (Ref. the
respective section for more details):
- AIR DATA SEL SW (15FP):
34-14-00 Selection of the ADR used by the IR3
34-52-00 ATC mode S
31-68-00 DMC
22-85-00 FMGC
- ATT HDG SEL SW (13FP):
34-11-00 Power Supply
34-14-00 Selection of the ADR used by the IR3
34-41-00 Weather Radar
31-68-00 DMC
22-85-00 FMGC.



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106-149, 204-249, 301-399,  34-11-00

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SENSORS, POWER SUPPLY AND SWITCHING - ADJUSTMENT/TEST
_____________________________________________________

TASK 34-11-00-720-001

Functional Test of the ADM

CAUTION : OBEY THESE PRECAUTIONS WHEN YOU DO THE TEST TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO
_______
INSTRUMENTS:
- THE PRESSURES SET MUST NOT BE MORE THAN 1050 hPa (31 in Hg) OR LESS
THAN 115 hPa (3.39 in Hg)
- CHANGES IN STATIC PRESSURE MUST NOT BE MORE THAN 6000 FEET/MINUTE
- DO NOT SUDDENLY OPEN LINES TO AMBIENT AIR WHILE THE PRESSURE
GENERATOR IS CONNECTED.

CAUTION : THE TOTAL PRESSURE IN THE PITOT SYSTEM MUST NEVER BE LESS THAN THE
_______
STATIC PRESSURE. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE PITOT AND THE STATIC
PRESSURE CIRCUITS MUST NEVER BE MORE THAN 368 hPa (10.86 in Hg).

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)


No specific colored adhesive tape
No specific ARINC reader
No specific access platform 1.6 m (5 ft. 3 in.)
No specific 1 GENERATOR - GROUND PRESSURE MINI. 100 MB
R 36122 3 ADAPTOR-CHARGING,PITOT PROBE
98D34003500000 1 ADAPTER COVER-STATIC PORT



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B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the


External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
31-60-00-860-002 EIS Stop Procedure
34-10-00-860-002 ADIRS Start Procedure
34-10-00-860-005 ADIRS Stop Procedure
R 52-41-00-410-002 Close the Avionics Compartment Doors after Access

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 34-11-00-010-050

A. Get Access to the Avionics Compartment

(1) Put the access platform in position and open the access door 824.

Subtask 34-11-00-860-056

B. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits


(Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

(2) Do the EIS start procedure (PFDs only) (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001).

(3) Do the ADIRS start procedure (Ref. TASK 34-10-00-860-002).

(4) On the center pedestral, on the SWITCHING panel 8VU, make sure that
the AIR DATA selector switch is at NORM.



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Subtask 34-11-00-865-050

C. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PITOT/1 3DA1 D02
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/PITOT 3DA2 Y14
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/STATIC 5DA2 Y11
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/PITOT 3DA3 Z16
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/STATIC 5DA3 Z14
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/STATIC 5DA1 Z13

Subtask 34-11-00-480-050

D. Install the Ground Pressure Generator and the ARINC Reader.

(1) Remove the slip on covers from the static probes and the pitot
probes.

(2) Connect the static port of the GENERATOR - GROUND PRESSURE MINI. 100
MB to the static and/or total probes on which you do the test :

(a) the static probes with the ADAPTER COVER-STATIC PORT


(98D34003500102)
For CAPT circuit (ADIRU 1) and F/O circuit (ADIRU 2):
- 7DA1 ZONE 127 STA 8750 for the LH static pressure ADM (19FP5)
- 7DA2 ZONE 127 STA 8700 for the LH static pressure ADM (19FP7)
and
- 8DA1 ZONE 128 STA 9300 for the RH static pressure ADM (19FP4)
- 8DA2 ZONE 128 STA 9350 for the RH static pressure ADM (19FP6)

(b) the static probes with the ADAPTER COVER-STATIC PORT


(98D34003500100)
For the standby circuit (ADIRU 3) :
- 7DA3 ZONE 121 STA 4250 for the static pressure ADM (19FP8) or
- 8DA3 ZONE 122 STA 4250 for the static pressure ADM (19FP8)

R (c) the pitot probes with the ADAPTOR-CHARGING,PITOT PROBE or


equivalent
For CAPT circuit (ADIRU 1) :
- 9DA1 ZONE 125 STA 5500 for the total pressure ADM (19FP1)
For F/O circuit (ADIRU 2) :
- 9DA2 ZONE 126 STA 5500 for the total pressure ADM (19FP2)
For the standby circuit (ADIRU 3) :
- 9DA3 ZONE 125 STA 5500 for the total pressure ADM (19FP3)



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(3) seal the Stby probes:

CAUTION : WHEN YOU SEAL THE DRAIN HOLE IN THE PITOT PROBE, DO NOT
_______
SEAL THE HOLE DIRECTLY WITH THE COLORED ADHESIVE TAPE.
ALWAYS PUT A PIECE OF PLASTIC ON THE HOLE FIRST AND USE THE
COLORED ADHESIVE TAPE TO ATTACH THE PLASTIC.
IF YOU SEAL THE DRAIN HOLE DIRECTLY WITH THE ADHESIVE TAPE,
THERE IS A RISK THAT SOME OF THE ADHESIVE WILL STAY ON THE
HOLE AND COLLECT PARTICLES. THIS CAN SUBSEQUENTLY CAUSE
BLOCKAGE OF THE HOLE AND THUS INCORRECT OPERATION OF THE
PROBE.

(a) Seal the drain holes of the pitot probes with a piece of plastic
and colored adhesive tape of very bright color.

(b) Seal the opposite static probe of the standby ADM with the
ADAPTER COVER-STATIC PORT (98D34003500103).

(4) Start the ground pressure generator.

(5) Connect the ARINC reader to :


- the connector 199VC (pins GG/HH) for the CAPT circuit (ADIRU 1)
- the connector 198VC (pins GG/HH) for the F/O circuit (ADIRU 2)
- the connector 199VC (pins <Y/<Z) for the standby circuit (ADIRU 3)

(6) Start the ARINC reader.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 34-11-00-720-050

A. Functional Test of the ADM

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the ground pressure generator, On the ARINC reader, compare the


set a static pressure as given in pressure values of the static and total
the table below. ADM read on the following labels :
ADIRU 1
NOTE : You can also set an other
____ - Label 242 (ADM 19FP1)
pressure value. The - Label 176 (ADM 19FP5)
tolerance for the values - Label 177 (ADM 19FP4)
read on the ARINC reader ADIRU 2



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ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
is the same as these - Label 242 (ADM 19FP2)
indicated in the table - Label 176 (ADM 19FP7)
below. - Label 177 (ADM 19FP6)
ADIRU 3
- Label 242 (ADM 19FP3)
- Label 245 (ADM 19FP8)

2. On the ground pressure generator, The rate of descent must not be more
slowly decrease the pressure. than 6000 ft/mn.

3. Stop the ground pressure The test procedure stops.


generator.

-----------------------------------------------------
| PT | Altitude | Pressure value from |
| | (approx.) | the ADM |
|----------|--------------|-------------------------|
R | 836 hPa | 5000 ft | 836 +/- 0.3 hPa |
|----------|--------------|-------------------------|
R | 690 hPa | 10000 ft | 690 +/- 0.3 hPa |
|----------|--------------|-------------------------|
R | 460 hPa | 20000 ft | 460 +/- 0.3 hPa |
|----------|--------------|-------------------------|
R | 300 hPa | 30000 ft | 300 +/- 0.3 hPa |
|----------|--------------|-------------------------|
R | 196 hPa | 39000 ft | 196 +/- 0.3 hPa |
-----------------------------------------------------

5.