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A320 Flight Deck
Documentation
By: Ralf Anderseck 25.2.2002
Source: http://www.meriweather.com
by jerome meriweather
1 Flight Deck A320
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Inhaltsverzeichnis
1 Flight Deck A320__________________________________________________________ 1
2 Overhead Panel A320 ______________________________________________________ 3
SVCE INT OVRD Switch ________________________________________________________ 8
Avionics COMPT LT Switch _____________________________________________________ 8
Data Display Window __________________________________________________________ 12
SYS Selector _______________________________________________________________________
SEC Switch ________________________________________________________________________
FAC Switch ________________________________________________________________________
GEN 1 Line Switch __________________________________________________________________
MAN ON Switch ____________________________________________________________________
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3 Glareshield______________________________________________________________ 29
4 Center Instrument Panel___________________________________________________ 29
5 Control Pedestral_________________________________________________________ 29
6 Rudder Pedals ___________________________________________________________ 29
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2 Overhead Panel A320
2.1 Overhead Fuse Panel
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2.1.1. Captain's and F/O's
Read Light Control(A320)
Ajustable Light
Reading Light Knob
Controls the intensity of the overhead Reading
Light.
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2.1.2. Gasper Panel (A320)
Gasper Air Vents
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2.1.3. Fuse Panel (A320)
There are no hotspots on this panel. I left it as
is because it's pretty self-explanatory. The
lettering above each breaker explains what
circuit it accesses.
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2.1.4. Pedestal Floor Light
Auto Switching Control
Enables the Captain or First Officer to use
ACP 3 in case of ACP 1 or 2 failure.
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CAPT 3 - The Captain makes audio
selections on ACP 3 and ACP 1 is
deactivated.
NORM - Each crewmember uses
respective dedicated equipment.
F/O 3 - The First Officer makes audio
selections on ACP 3 and ACP 2 is
deactivated.
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2.1.5. Maintenance Panel
(A320)
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automatically when the avionics
compartment door is opened.
ON - Turns the avionics compartment
lighting on.
HYD
Blue Pump OVRD Switch (Guarded)
•
ON - The Blue electric pump is
energized, provided the BLUE ELEC
PUMP switch, located on the hydraulic
panel, is in AUTO.
Leak Measurement Valve Switches
(Guarded)
Used for Maintenance ground test only. When
the light is on, portions of the Hydraulic system
are inoperative.
APU Auto Extinguishing Panel
APU TEST Switch
CVR HeadSet
Audio Jack for monitoring the operation of the
Cockpit Voice Recorder. Used by Maintenance
Tech Personnel.
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Reset Switch
Resets test circuit.
Maintenance Oxygen Switch
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Tests APU Fire Warning, auto extinguishing
and shutdown circuits. For test, MASTER
switch must be ON and TEST switch must be
held down for 10 seconds. The OK light comes
on to indicate a successful test.
TMR Reset Switch - Resets control
circuit when selected ON, and ON light
illuminates. PASSENGER SYS ON
Light goes off.
TMR Reset Fault Light - Illuminates
with a failure to de-energize the
oxygen mask door latches.
ENG
ENG FADEC GND PWR
Switches (Guarded)
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•
ON - Supply the associated FADEC
with ground power, provided the ENG
FIRE switch is not released.
Off - Disconnect ground power.
SVCE INT OVRD Switch
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AUTO - Enables communication to the
interphone jacks. The function is
inoperative when the landing gear is
not compressed.
ON - Used by Maintenance to allow
communication when the landing gear
is not compressed. The ON light
illuminates.
Avionics COMPT LT Switch
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AUTO - Causes the avionics
compartment lighting to come on
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2.1.6. Captain's and F/O's
Read Light Control(A320)
Ajustable Light
Reading Light Knob
Controls the intensity of the overhead Reading Light.
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2.2. Overhead Panel 2
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2.2.1. OBS Audio ENT ( A320 )
OBS Audio ENT
Observer Audio
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•
2.2.2. ADIRS Control Display Panel
(A320)
Data Display Window
Displays the data selected by the DATA
Selector. Keyboard entry overrides the display.
Data Selector
• Test - Displays all 8s in data display
window and illuminates ENT and CLR
keys.
• TK/GS - Displays true track and
groundspeed.
• PPOS - Displays present latitude and
longitude.
• WIND - Displays true Wind direction
and speed.
• HDG - Displays true Heading and
minutes remaining until alignment is
completed.
• STS - Displays system status
message code.
SYS Selector
• OFF - Blanks data display window.
• 1, 3 or 2 - Displays data for associated
IRS.
Data Entry Keyboard
Allows entry of preset position or heading in
ATT mode, in the selected system.
• Alpha Keys - Select N, S, E, W for
present position entry or H for heading
entry in ATT mode.
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Numeric Keys - Key in present position
or present magnetic heading in ATT
mode, to the data display window.
• ENT Key - Illuminates when and alpha
key is selected. Enters keyed data into
the ADIRS when pushed.
• CLR Key - Illuminates when keyed
data is of an unreasonable value.
Clears keyed (but not yet entered)
data from display window when
pushed.
ON BAT Light
Illuminates amber when one or more ADIRUs
is supplied by airplane battery only. Also
illuminates for a few seconds at the beginning
of the alignment.
IR Lights 1, 2 & 3 toptop
• FAULT - Illuminates amber when a
Fault affects the associated IR.
Flashes if attitude and heading
information is recoverable in the ATT
mode.
• ALIGN - Illuminates white when the
associated IR is operating normally in
the ALIGN mode.
Flashes if:
• IR alignment fault detected.
• No present position entry has
been made after ten minutes.
• Difference between position at
shut down and entered
position exceeds 1° of latitude
or longitude.
IR Mode Selector toptop
• OFF - Deactivates associated ADIRU.
Both ADR and IR data are not
available,
• NAV - Provides full inertial data to
airplane system.
• ATT - Provides only attitude and
heading data if loss of navigation
capability occurs. Heading must be
entered via the ADIRS Control Display
Unit and must be reset frequently.
ADR Lights 1, 2 & 3 toptop
• FAULT - Illuminates amber when a
fault is detected in the associated air
data reference part.
OFF Switch - Disconnects air data output to
associated ADR. IR is not affected.
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“2.2.3 EVAC Controls (A320)“\|3
2.2.3 EVAC Controls (A320)
Flight Controls
ELAC Switch
• ON - Engages the associated elevator
and aileron computer.
• OFF - Disengages associated
computer.
• Fault Light - Illuminates amber:
• When a failure is detected
• During ELAC power up test.
SEC Switch
• ON - Engages the associated spoiler
and elevator and aileron computer.
• OFF - Disengages associated
computer.
• Fault Light - Illuminates amber when a
failure is detected.
FAC Switch
• ON - Engages the associated flight
augmentation computer.
• OFF - Disengages associated
computer.
• Fault Light - Illuminates amber when a
failure is detected.
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EVAC
Command Switch
ON - Activates evacuation alert. The EVAC
light flashes and horn sounds in the cockpit.
EVAC lights flash at forward and AFT Flight
Attendant panels and Evacuation tone sounds
in the cabin. Pushing the COMMAND switch a
second time cancels the Evacuation alert.
Horn Shut OFF Switch
Silences the Evacuation Horn in the cockpit
when pushed.
CAPT and CAPT/PURS Switch (Wired
Guard)
Safety wired to the CAPT/PURS position.
Allows activation of an Evacuation alert from
the cockpit or cabin.
EMER ELEC PWR
EMER GEN Test Switch
Normally used by Maintenance.
GEN 1 Line Switch
• OFF - Causes the GEN 1 line
contactor to open. A fuel pump in each
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wing tank remains powered by GEN 1
and GEN 2 powers AC bus 1.
• Smoke Light - Illuminates amber when
Smoke is detected in the avionics
Ventilation systen.
RAT & ENER GEN Fault Light
- Illuminates red with a loss of power to AC
buses 1 and 2 if:
• The emergency generator is not
supplying electrical power, and
• the nose gear is up.
MAN ON Switch
• AUTO - The RAT extends
automatically, provided AC bus 1 and
2 are not electrically powered and
speed is above 100 knots. If the
Landing Gear is up, the emergency
generator is hydraulically powered by
the blue system.
• ON - The RAT extends. Emergency
generators coupling occurs provided
the landing gear is up.
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2.2.4. Ground Proximity Warning
System (GPWS) &
Cockpit Voice Recorder (RCDR) (
A320 )
•
On the ground with at least
one engine running.
• In flight.
The CVR and DFDR stop automatically five
minutes after the last engine is shut down.
CVR Erase Switch
Erases tape when pushed for two seconds,
provided the airplane is on the ground and the
parking brake handle is on.
CVR Test Switch
When pushed and held, the CVR test is
activated provided the CVR is energized and
the parking brake handle is on. During the test,
a low frequency tone is heard through the
cockpit loudspeakers.
GPWS
TERR
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•
OFF - Inhibits the GPWS enhanced
modes.
FAULT - Illuminates when failure is
detected with the enhanced modes.
SYS Switch
•
•
OFF - All GPWS warnings are
inhibited.
FAULT Light - Illuminates amber when
a GPWS malfunction is detected. All
GPWS warning are inhibited.
G/S Mode
Inhibits the GPWS glide slope mode.
FLAP Mode
Inhibits the GPWS Flap Mode to prevent
nuisance warnings when landing with other
than landing flaps.
LDG FLAP 3
•
ON - Inhibits the GPWS Flap Mode to
prevent nuisance warnings when
landing with flaps 3.
RCDR
GND CTL Switch (Spring-loaded)
Any power interruption may cause the GND
CTL switch to revert to AUTO.
• ON - Energizes the cockpit voice
recorder (CVR) and digital flight data
recorder (DFDR). The ON light
illuminates.
• AUTO - CVR and DFDR are
automatically energized illuminates.
• On the ground for the first five
minutes following electrical
power application.
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2.2.5. Oxygen Panel, Calls Panel &
Rain Repellent & Wiper Controls (
A320 )
pushed, the COCKPIT CALL light illuminates
on the external service interphone panel, and
an external horn sounds. When released, the
external horn is silenced. The COCKPIT CALL
light remains illuminated until the RESET
switch, located on the external service
interphone panel, is pushed.
FWD/AFT Switches
When pushed:
• A pink light illuminates at the
corresponding Flight Attendant area
call panel.
• A "CAPTAIN CALL" message appears
on the corresponding Flight Attendant
indication panel.
• A high/low chime sounds through the
corresponding loudspeaker.
EMER Switch (Guarded)
When selected ON:
• The ON light flashes.
• The CALL light flashes.
• A pink light flashes at all Flight
Attendant area call panels.
• A "EMERGENCY CALL" message
appears on all Attendant indication
panels.
• A high/low chime sounds through all
loudspeakers.
If an emergency call is initiated from the cabin:
• The ON light flashes.
• The CALL light flashes.
• Three long buzzers sound in the
cockpit.
Reset is achieved when the Flight Attendant
hangs up the handset.
Oxygen Panel
Video IN Use
Illuminates when cabin Video System is
operating.
Mask MAN ON Switch (Red
Guarded)
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•
Wiper Controls
AUTO - Oxygen mask doors open
automatically when cabin altitude
exceeds 14,000 feet.
ON - When pressed, Oxygen mask
doors open.
Passenger SYS ON Light
Illuminates when Oxygen mask doors open.
Remains on until the OXYGEN TMR RESET
switch is pushed on the overhead maintenance
panel.
Rain RPLNT Switch
Deactivated
Wiper Selector
Controls operation of the respective Wiper.
When selected OFF, the Wiper stops out of
view.
Crew Supply Switch
•
•
•
ON - Oxygen supply valve is open.
Low Oxygen pressure is supplied to
the masks.
OFF - Oxygen supply valve is closed
and OFF light illuminates.
Calls Panel
MECH Switch
Initiates call to ground personnel. When
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2.2.6. Engine / APU Fire Control
Panel ( A320 )
ENG 1 & 2 Fire Switches ( guarded )
When released out, an electrical signal:
• Cancels aural warning
• Arms squibs
• Deactivates generator
• Closes the following valves
• Fuel LP
• Engine fuel return
• Hydraulic bleed
• Pack flow control
•
ENG 1 & 2 Fire Lights
Illuminate independently of the switch position
as long as the respective engine fire warning is
activated.
ENG 1 & 2 Agent 1/2 Switches
Arms when the corresponding ENG FIRE
switch is released out. SQUIB lights illuminate
to facilitate identification of the agent switch to
be activated. When the AGENT switch is
pushed momentarily:
• Bottle is discharged
• Related DISCH light illuminates
•
ENG 1 & 2 TEST Switches
Test the fire detection and extinguishing
system operation.
• Activates ECAM ENG FIRE warning
• Activates continuous chime
• Illuminates the following:
• Flashing MASTER WARN
lights
• ENG FIRE switch
• SQUIB lights
• DISCH lights
• FIRE lights on engine start
and ignition panel
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APU Fire Switch ( guarded )
When released out:
• Cancels aural warning
• APU shuts down
• Squib is armed
• Squib light illuminates
• Fuel LP valve is closed
• APU bleed and crossbleed valves are
closed
• APU generator is deactivated
•
APU Fire Light
APU Fire light illuminates independently of
switch position when the APU fire warning is
activated.
APU Agent Switch
Arms by pushing the APU FIRE switch. SQUIB
light illuminates. When the AGENT switch is
pushing momentarily:
• Bottle is discharged
• DISCH light illuminates
•
APU TEST Switch
Tests fire detection and extinguishing system
operation.
Does not cause automatic shutdown of
APU.
• Activates ECAM APU FIRE warning
• Activates continuous chime
• Illuminates the following:
• Flashing MASTER WARN
lights
• APU FIRE switch on APU
FIRE Panel
• SQUIB light
DISCH light
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2.2.7. Hydraulic Control & Fuel Panels ( A320 )
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Hydraulic Control Panel
ENG 1 & 2 Pump Switch & Light
• Switch
• ON - The Pump Pressurizes
the system when the Engine is
running.
• OFF - The Pump is
depressurized. Power
generation stops.
• Light
Illuminates amber to indicate:
• Reservoir low level
• Reservoir overheat
• Reservoir low air pressure
• Pump low pressure
Extinguishes when the ENG PUMP
switch is selected OFF, except during
an overheat; in which case, the light
remains on as long as the overheat is
present.
RAT MAN ON Switch ( red Guard )
When pushed, the RAM Air Turbine extends.
The RAT extends automatically in flight with a
loss of AC buses 1 and 2.
Blue ELEC Pump Switch & Fault Light (
Guarded )
• Switch
• AUTO - The Pump is
energized, provided AC power
is available:
• In flight
• On the ground,
provided one engine is
running or the BLUE
PUMP OVRD switch
has been pressed.
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OFF - The Pump is deenergized.
Fault Light - Illuminates amber to
indicate:
• Reservoir low level
• Reservoir overheat
• Reservoir low air pressure
• Pump low pressure
Extinguishes when the BLUE ELEC
PUMP switch is selected OFF, except
during an overheat; in which case, the
light remains on as long as the
overheat is present.
PTU Switch & Fault Light
• Switch
• AUTO - The reversible motor
pump is armed and both
yellow and green electrohydraulic valves are open. The
PTU runs automatically when
the differential pressure
between the green and yellow
systems is more than 500 psi.
• OFF - Both green and yellow
PTU electro-hydraulic valves
are energized and close.
Power transfer stops.
• Fault Light - Illuminates amber to
indicate:
• Green or yellow reservoir
overheat
• Green or yellow reservoir low
air pressure
• Green or yellow reservoir low
level
Extinguishes when the PTU switch is
selected OFF, except during an
overheat; in which case, the light
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remains on as long as the overheat is
present.
Yellow ELEC Pump & Fault Light
• Switch
• ON - The Pump is energized.
If electrical power is removed,
the pump remains deenergized at the next electrical
power application.
• OFF - The Pump is deenergized. It is automatically
energized when the forward or
aft cargo door lever is
operated. During cargo door
operation, all other yellow
system users are inhibited,
except for the No. 2 engine
thrust reverser and the brake
accumulator.
• Fault Light - Illuminates amber to
indicate:
• Reservoir low level
• Reservoir overheat
• Reservoir low air pressure
• Pump low pressure
Extinguishes when the YELLOW
ELEC PUMP switch is selected OFF,
except during an overheat; in which
case, the light remains on as long as
the overheat is present.
Fuel Panel
X FEED Switch & Open Light
• Switch
• OFF - Closes Crossfeed valve.
• ON - Open Crossfeed valve.
ON illuminates white.
• Open Light - Illuminates green when
Crossfeed valve is fully open.
•
ENG 1 & 2 L/R TK Pumps Switch & Fault
Lights
• Switch
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ON - Energize associated
Tank Pump; fuel feeds only
when center Tank Pumps'
delivery pressure drops below
threshold.
• OFF - Deactivate associated
Tank Pump.
Fault Lights - Illuminates amber when
the delivery pressure drops. Inhibited
when OFF selected.
•
CTR TK 1 & 2 Pump Switches & Fault
Lights
• Switch
• ON - Activates associated
Center Tank Pump. If MAN
mode is selected on MODE
SEL switch.
• OFF - Deactivate associated
Center Tank Pump.
• Fault Lights - Illuminates amber when
the associated Pump is operating and
delivery pressure drops.
•
Mode SEL Switch & Fault Lights
• Switch
• AUTO - Center Tank Pumps
control is automatic:
• Pumps operate at
engine start for two
minutes
• Pumps operate
provided slats are
retracted
• Pumps automatically
turn off five minutes
after Center Tank low
level is reached
• MAN - Allows manual control
of Center Tank Pumps with
CTR TK PUMP switches.
• Fault Lights - Illuminates amber when
Center Tank has more than 550
pounds of fuel and the left or right wing
Tank has less than 11,000 pounds.
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2.2.8. Electrical Control Panel ( A320 )
BAT 1/2 Indication Window
Display the Battery voltage
BAT 1/2 Switches
Controls the operation of the corresponding
battery charge limiter.
• AUTO - The Batteries are
automatically connected to the DC
BAT bus during the following:
• APU starting
• Battery charging
• Below 100 knots on the
ground with a loss of AC
buses 1 and 2
• OFF - The Battery charge limiter is not
operating and the batery line contactor
is open. The OFF light illuminates
white provided the DC BAT bus is
powered. The HOT BAT buses remain
powered.
• Fault Light - Illuminates amber when
the charging current for the
corresponding battery increases at an
abnormal rate. In addition, the battery
contactor opens.
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AC ESS Feed Switch
Enables the AC ESS BUS to be powered via
AC BUS 2 instead of AC BUS 1.
• Normal - AC ESS BUS is supplied
from AC BUS 1.
• ALTN - AC ESS BUS is supplied from
AC BUS 2.
• Fault Light - Illuminates amber when
the AC ESS BUS is not electrically
powered.
•
Galley Switch
• AUTO - The Galleys are electrically
powered. The main Galley bus is
automatically shed when only one
generator is operating, except on the
ground when the APU or external
power is available.
• OFF - The Galleys are not electrically
powered.
• Fault Light - Illuminates amber when
any generator load is above 100% of
its rated output.
•
IDG 1/2 Switches
Guarded and normally springloaded out. When
pushed, the IDG is disconnected from its drive
shaft and can only be reconnected by
Maintenance.
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GEN 1/2 Switches
• ON - The Generator field is energized
and the line contactor closes provided
electrical parameters are normal.
• OFF - The Generator field is deenergized and the line contactor
opens. The fault circuit is reset.
• Fault Light - Illuminates amber if a
protection trip is initiated by the
Generator control unit (GCU), or the
line contactor opens without selecting
the respective GEN switch OFF.
•
APU GEN Switch
• ON - The Generator field is energized
and the line contactor closes provided
electrical parameters are normal and
the EXT PWR line contactor is open.
The bus tie contactor (1 and/or 2)
automatically closes if generators 1
and/or 2 are not operating.
• OFF - The Generator field is deenergized and the line contactor
opens. The fault circuit is reset.
• Fault Light - Illuminates amber if a
protection trip is initiated by the
Generator control unit (GCU), or the
line contactor opens without selecting
the APU GEN switch OFF. The APU
GEN FAULT light is inhibited when
APU speed is low.
•
BUS TIE Switch
• AUTO - The Bus Tie contactors open
or close automatically to maintain
power supply to AC buses 1 and 2.
AVAIL Light - Illuminates green provided
External Power is plugged in and electrical
parameters are normal.
One contactor is closed when one
engine-driven generator supplies the
associated AC bus and the APU
generator or external power supplies
the other side.
•
Both contactors are closed in case of
one engine-driven generator, or
external power supply.
OFF - Both Bus Tie contactors are
open.
•
EXT PWR Switch
When pushed with the EXT PWR AVAIL light
illuminated:
• External Power line contactor closes
• AVAIL light goes off
• ON light illuminates
When pushed with the EXT PWR ON light
illuminated:
• External Power line contactor opens
• ON light goes off
• AVAIL light illuminates
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2.2.9. Air Conditioning & Pneumatic Controls ( A320 )
Air Conditioning
PACK Flow Selector
Permits selection of Pack Flow according to
number of passengers and ambient conditions.
Zone Temperature Selectors
Adjust Temperature for associated Zone.
HOT AIR Switch
• ON - Automatically controls zone Hot
Air pressure regulating valve.
• OFF - Closes Hot Air pressure
regulating valve and trim air valves
and resets fault circuit.
• Fault Light - Illuminates amber when
duct overheat is detected. If this
occurs, the zone Hot Air pressure
regulating valve and trim air valves
automatically close. The FAULT light
stay on until ;power temperature is
sensed with the switch off.
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PACK 1/2 Switches
• ON - Automatically controls Pack Flow
control valve. Valve regulates flow,
except in the following conditions:
• Upstream pressure is below
minimum
• Compressor outlet overheat
• During Engine Start sequence
with ENG MODE selector set
to IGN/START or CRANK and:
• Either ENG MASTER
switch is ON
• The start valve is open
• N2 is less than 50%
• Corresponding fire switch is
depressed
• DITCHING switch is selected
ON
• OFF - Closes Pack Flow control valve.
• Fault Light - Illuminates amber when
Pack Flow control valve position
disagrees with selected position, or if
compressor outlet overheats
•
RAM AIR Switch (Guarded)
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ON - Illuminates when selected on. If
the DITCHING switch is in its normal
guarded position:
• Ram Air inlet opens
• Normal outflow valve control is
maintained if differential
pressure is greater than or
equal to 1 psi
• Outflow valve opens if
differential pressure is less
than 1 psi.
• OFF - Closes Ram Air inlet.
Pneumatic
ENG BLEED 1/2 Switches
• ON - Opens Bleed valve provided:
• Upstream pressure is above 8
psi
• APU BLEED switch is OFF or
APU Bleed valve is closed
• There is no leak, overpressure or over-temperature
detected
• ENG FIRE switch not released
out
• Engine start valve is closed
• OFF - Closes Bleed valve and HP
valve. OFF light illuminates white.
• Fault Light - Illuminates amber to
indicate:
• Over-pressure downstream of
Bleed valve
• Bleed overheat
• Wing or engine leak on
associated side
• Bleed valve not closed during
Engine Start
• Bleed valve not closed with
APU Bleed ON
APU BLEED Switch
• ON - Opens APU Bleed valve provided
N is greater than 95% and there is no
leak on APU or left side Bleed.
• OFF - Closes APU valve.
• Fault Light - Illuminates amber when
APU leak is detected.
•
X BLEED Selector
• AUTO - Opens crossbleed valve if
APU Bleed valve is open; closes
crossbleed valve if APU Bleed valve is
closed or an air leak is detected.
• OPEN - Opens crossbleed valve
SHUT - Closes crossbleed valve
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2.2.10. Anti Ice Control, Window Heat & Cabin Press Panel(A320)
Anti Ice
Probe/Window Heat
Wing
Controls Wing Anti Ice system simultaneously
on both Wings.
• ON
• "ON" light illuminates
• "WING A. ICE" message
appear on ECAM MEMO
display
• Wing Anti Ice valves open
provided pneumatic supply is
available. On the ground, the
valves open for 30 seconds
only
• OFF
• "ON" light goes OFF
• Wing Anti Ice valves close
• Fault Light - Illuminates when either of
the following occur:
• Wing Anti Ice valve position
disagrees with selected
position.
• Low pressure is detected.
•
ENG 1 / 2
Controls the respective engine anti-ice system.
• ON
• "ON" light illuminates
• "ENG A. ICE" message
appear on ECAM MEMO
display
• Engine Anti Ice valves open
provided Engine bleed air is
available.
• Continuous ignition is provided
when the valve is open
• OFF
• "ON" light goes OFF
• Engine Anti Ice valves close
• Fault Light - Illuminates if Engine Anti
Ice valve position disagrees with
switch position.
Probe/Window Heat
• AUTO - Provides automatic Heating of
Probes and Windows:
• Inflight
• On the ground provided one
engine is running. (TAT
Probes excluded)
• ON - Provides Heating of Probes and
Windows:
•
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Cabin PRESS
MAN V/S CTL Switch
Controls the outflow valve position via the
manual motor, when MODE SEL switch is
positioned to MAN. Spring loaded to neutral.
Switch must be held in position until target V/S
is reached, as outflow valve operation is slow.
• UP - Moves valve towards open
position.
• DN - Moves valve towards closed
position.
•
Mode SEL Switch
• Auto - Automatic mode is operating.
Outflow valve is controlled by one
system at a time.
• MAN - Allows manual control by the
MAN V/S CTL switch. Illuminates white
when selected. The cabin altitude
indication on the ECAM PRESS page
may fluctuate when switching from
AUTO to MAN.
• Fault Light - Illuminates amber only
when fault detected in both automatic
systems.
LDG ELEV Selector
• Auto (Detent) - Pressurization system
uses FMGS-determined landing
elevation to optimize pressure
schedule.
• Other Positions - Pressurization
system uses selected value for landing
elevation reference in the event of an
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FMGC failure or incorrect landing
elevation in the database. Actual value
is displayed on the ECAM CRUISE
and PRESS pages.
•
Ditching Switch ( Guarded )
• Normal - Selects normal system
operation.
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ON - Commands operating system to
close the outflow valve, emergency
ram air inlet, avionics ventilation inlet
and extract valves and pack flow
control valve.
Outflow valve will not automatically
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2.2.11. Lighting & APU Control Panel ( A320 )
Exterior Lights
Strobe Lights
Controls the operation of the white strobe
lights located on each wing tip and below the
APU tail cone.
• OFF - Turns lights OFF
• AUTO - Causes strobe lights to come
on automatically when the nose gear
shock absorber is not compressed.
• ON - Turns lights ON
•
Beacon Lights
Controls the operation of the red Beacon lights
located on the top and bottom of the fuselage.
• OFF - Turns lights OFF
• ON - Turns lights ON
•
Wing Lights
Controls the operation of the wing illumination
lights located on each side of the forward
fuselage. The lights illuminate the wing leading
edge and engine air intake.
• OFF - Turns lights OFF
• ON - Turns lights ON
•
NAV & LOGO Lights
Controls the operation of the navigation lights.
Dual navigation lights are located on each
wingtip and on the APU tail cone.
• OFF - Turns lights OFF
• 1 - Turns first set of navigation lights
ON
• 2 - Turns second set of navigation
lights ON
•
RWY Turn OFF Lights
Controls the operation of the Runway turnoff
lights located on the nose gear strut.
• OFF - Turns lights OFF
• ON - Turns lights ON
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Land L / R
Controls the operation of the Left and Right
Landing lights located inboard of the engines.
• RETRACT - Causes the respective
light to retract and turn off.
• OFF - Causes the respective light to
go off. (but remain extended)
• ON - Causes the respective light to
extend. The light comes on
automatically when fully extended..
•
Nose
Controls the operation of the taxi and takeoff
lights located on the nose gear strut.
• OFF - Turns the taxi and takeoff lights
OFF.
• TAXI - Turns the taxi lights ON.
• T.O. - Turns the taxi and takeoff lights
ON.
•
APU Control
Master Switch
When selected ON:
• On illuminates blue
• ECB power-up test is initiated
• APU air inlet flap opens
• APU fuel isolation valve opens
• APU fuel pump runs
• ECAM APU page is displayed
When selected OFF:
• On light extinguishes
• APU START switch AVAIL light
extinguishes
• APU shuts down after two minutes for
cooling
• APU air inlet flap closes
•
START Switch
When selected ON:
• On illuminates blue
• The APU starter is energized after air
inlet flap is fully open
• Ignition occurs
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At a preset N, the starter is deenergized and ignition ceases
At 95% N:
• On light extinguishes
• AVAIL light illuminates green
• The APU is available to supply Bleed
Air and/or Electrical power
• After 10 seconds the ECAM APU page
disappears.
•
Interior Lighting Control
OVHD INTEG LT
Controls the intensity of the overhead integral
lighting.
Ice IND & STBY Compass
Controls the operation of the ice indicator and
standby compass integral lighting.
•
ON - Causes NO SMOKING signs to
illuminate and associated chime
sounds. The EXIT signs may or may
not illuminate, depending on which
Cabin Attendant Module (CAM) is
installed.
•
EMER EXIT LT
• ON - Causes overhead emergency
lights, EXIT signs and escape path
lighting system to illuminate.
• ARM - Causes overhead emergency
lights to automatically illuminate if AC
bus 1 or DC ESS SHED bus fails, or if
the emergency generator is operating
due to normal aircraft electrical power
failure.
Dome Light
• OFF - Turns Dome light OFF
• DIM - Reduces Dome lighting intensity
• BRT - Selects both Dome lights on
high intensity
ANN Light
• TEST - Causes all flight deck
annunciator lights to illuminate. All
liquid crystal displays (LCDs) indicate
"8"s.
• DIM - Reduces the illumination of
Annunciator lights
• BRT - Increases the illumination of the
Annunciator lights for normal
operation.
Emergency Lighting / Signs Control
Escape path lighting and EXIT signs
automatically illuminate if DC ESS
SHED bus fails or normal aircraft
electrical power fails without the
emergency generator operating.
EXIT sign also automatically illuminate
when cabin altitude exceeds 11,300
feet and may illuminate when the NO
SMOKING switch is selected ON,
independent of EMER EXIT LT
selector.
Seat Belts Lights
• OFF - Turns signs off and associated
chime sounds.
• ON - Causes FASTEN SEAT BELT
signs (in cabin) and RETURN TO
YOUR SEAT sign (in lavatories) to
illuminate. Associated chime sounds.
•
No Smoking Lights
• OFF - Turns NO SMOKING and EXIT
signs off and associated chime
sounds.
• AUTO - Causes NO SMOKING and
EXIT to come on when the landing
gear is extended and to go off when
the gear is retracted.. Associated
chime sounds when the signs come on
and go off.
UPDATE - Currently the NO
SMOKING sign is always illuminated
and needs to remain in Auto to allow
for Emergency exit battery charging.
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2.2.12. a320 Throttle Controls Transmission Switches
When pushed in, selected the associated
channel for transmission and the three green
lines illuminate. The channel is deselected by
pushing the switch again or selecting another
channel.
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•
•
•
VHF/HF - When pushed, allows
communication on applicable
transceiver. "CALL" flashes when a
SELCAL is received on the applicable
radio.
INT - When pushed, allows
communication on the flight interphone
system. "MECH" flashes when a call is
received from the external service
interphone panel. Light goes off after
60 seconds if not reset.
CAB - When pushed, allows
communication on the Cabin
interphone system or service
interphone. "ATT" flashes when a call
is received from a Flight Attendant
station. Light goes off after 60 seconds
if not reset.
PA - Used for PA transmission via
boom, oxygen mask or hand mike.
The transmission switch must be
pressed and held to use the PA
system. PA announcements can also
be made using the cockpit handset
without selecting the PA transmission
switch.
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Reception Knobs
Select reception channels and adjust
associated audio levels. When knob is
released out, the respective channel is
selected and the knob illuminates.
INT / RAD Switch
Operates as a press-to-talk switch for boon or
oxygen mask microphones.
•
INT - The interphone is "hot" between
cockpit crew members, regardless of
the transmission switch selection. The
INT knob must be selected for
reception.
•
Neutral - Disconnects microphones
from transmission. Reception is
normal.
•
RAD - Connects boom or mask
microphones to facility selected on the
ACP. Spring-loaded to the neutral
position.
ON Voice Switch
Inhibits ADF and VOR IDENT signals. Switch
illuminates when pushed in.
Reset Switch
Extinguishes lights in the CALL, MECH and
ATT transmission switches.
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2.2.13. Radio Management Panel (RMP) ( A320 )
Frequency Displays Windows
•
•
ACTIVE - Shows the active frequency
of the selected radio (which is
identified by the illuminated radio
selection key).
STBY/CRS - Displays the NAV course
or standby radio frequency. This
frequency is activated by pushing the
transfer switch, and is changed by
rotating the frequency selector knobs.
•
Transfer Switch (Arrow)
When pushed, exchanges the active and
standby frequencies, and tunes the new active
frequency.
Radio Selection Switches (VHF, HF & AM)
When pushed, the ACTIVE window displays
the tuned frequency and the STBY/CRS
window displays the Standby frequency.
SEL Indicator
Illuminates on both RMPs when a transceiver
normally associated with an RMP is tuned by
another RMP.
Frequency Selector Knobs
Selects the course or standby radio frequency.
Displayed in STBY/CRS window.
Inner knob controls decimal values.
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NAV Switch (Guarded)
When pressed on RMP 1 or 2, the radio
navigation back-up mode engages.
Removes auto-tuning from the FMGC and the
VOC, ILS and ADF receivers are controlled by
the RMP.
The switch illuminates green when pushed.
Pushing switch a second time returns control
to the FMGC.
STBY NAV Selection Switches (VOR, ILS,
MLS & ADF)
When the NAV switch is selected, enables
tuning of the selected navaid via the frequency
selector knobs.
Each RMP tunes its respective VOR.
Tuning an ILS on either RMP tunes both ILS
receivers, if both RMPs are in the standby NAV
mode.
The ADF can only be tuned on RMP 1.
BFO Switch
When selected, the Beat Frequency Oscillator
mode becomes active, provided the ADF
receiver is selected.
ON/OFF Switch
Controls the power supply to the Radio
Management
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2.2.14. Flight Controls & Cargo Heat(A320)
•
Flight Controls
ELAC Switch
• ON - Engages the associated elevator
and aileron computer.
• OFF - Disengages associated
computer.
• Fault Light - Illuminates amber:
• When a failure is detected
• During ELAC power up test.
•
SEC 2/3 Switch
• ON - Engages the associated spoiler
and elevator and aileron computer.
• OFF - Disengages associated
computer.
• Fault Light - Illuminates amber when a
failure is detected.
•
FAC Switch
• ON - Engages the associated flight
augmentation computer.
• OFF - Disengages associated
computer.
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Fault Light - Illuminates amber when a
failure is detected.
Cargo Heat
HOT AIR Switch
• AUTO - Automatically controls Cargo
Heat pressure regulating valve.
• OFF - Closes Cargo Heat pressure
regulating valve and reset fault circuit.
• Fault Light - Illuminates amber when
duct overheat is detected and
extinguishes when temperature drops
and OFF is selected. System then
resets with ISOL VALVE switch ON.
•
AFT ISOL Valve Switch
• AUTO - Opens inlet and outlet
Isolation valves and activates
extraction fan provided there is no
smoke detected in the AFT cargo
compartment.
• OFF - Closes inlet and outlet Isolation
valves and turns off extraction fan.
• Fault Light - Illuminates amber when
either inlet or outlet valve is in
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disagreement with the selected
position.
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Temperature Selector
Adjust temperature for AFT Cargo
compartment.
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HOT - Approximately 80°F
Center - Approximately 60°F
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2.2.15. Cargo Smoke Panel ( A320 )
A320 Cargo Smoke Panel
Smoke Light (red) FWD / AFT
Illuminates when smoke is detected in
respective Cargo compartment. Activated by
both loops or by one loop if the other is faulty.
Activation of the AFT CARGO SMOKE light
also closes the AFT Cargo inlet and outlet
isolation valves and shuts off the AFT Cargo
extraction fan.
A320 TEST Button
• Tests smoke detectors in sequence.
• Tests SMOKE lights twice with
associated ECAM.
• Closes ventilation system isolation
valves.
• Tests DISCH lights.
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DISCH Agent 2 Light (amber)
• Illuminates 60 minutes after Agent 1 is
discharged in the FWD or AFT
compartment.
• Extinguishes when Agent 2 is
discharged.
•
DISCH Lights 1 & 2 (amber)
Illuminate when associated extinguishing agent
has been discharged.
DISCH ( red Guarded )
Discharges associated agent (1 or 2) in the
respective Cargo compartment (FWD or AFT).
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2.2.16. Ventilation Panel, Engine Start & Rain Repellent &
Wiper Controls ( A320 )
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Ventilation Panel
Blower/Extract Switches
When both switches are in AUTO:
• On ground before takeoff power
applied: the Ventilation system is in
open circuit configuration.
• On ground after takeoff power applied,
or in flight: the Ventilation system is in
closed circuit configuration.
• In flight, Ventilation system can be in
the intermediate configuration if skin
temperature is above flight threshold.
When either switches are in OVRD:
• The system goes to closed circuit
configuration.
• Air from Air Conditioning system is
added to Ventilation system.
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When both switches are in OVRD:
• Air is provided from the Air
Conditioning system and then
extracted overhead.
• The blower fan stops.
CAB Fans Switch
• ON - Activates the two cabin
recirculation fans.
• OFF - Stops the two cabin recirculation
fans.
Engine Manual Start / N1 Mode Panel
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ON
•
The start valve opens,
provided the ENG MODE
selector is in CRANK or
IGN/START and N2 is less
than 10%.
• Both pack valves close.
• The ON light illuminates blue.
OFF - The start valve is closed unless
a start cycle is in progress.
•
ENG N1 Mode Switches
• ON - Thrust control reverts from the
normal (EPR) control mode to the
alternate (N1) control mode. When an
automatic reversion to the N1 rated or
unrated mode occurs, selecting the
switch confirms the mode. The ON
light illuminates blue.
• OFF - The normal (EPR) control mode
is selected, if available.
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Wiper Controls
Wiper Selector
Controls operation of the respective Wiper.
When selected OFF, the Wiper stops out of
view.
Rain RPLNT Switch
ENG MAN Start Switches
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3.1. a320 ACARS IDU AUTO Land
Auto Land
Illuminates below 200 feet RA in the LAND
mode when any one of the following occurs:
• Both Autopilots are off.
• Excessive localizer deviation or glide
slope deviation.
• Loss of localizer signal above 15 feet
RA or loss of glide slope signal above
100 feet RA.
Master WARN Light
Flash red for level 3 Warnings. Accompanied
by an aural Warning.
The lights extinguish when:
• Either MASTER WARN light is
pushed.
• The Warn no longer exists.
• The CLR key on the ECAM Control
Panel is pushed.
• The EMER CANC key on the ECAM
Control Panel is pushed.
The aural Warning stops when:
• Either MASTER WARN light is
pushed.
• The Warning no longer exists.
• The EMER CANC key on the ECAM
Control Panel is pushed.
Master CAUT Light
Illuminate amber for level 2 cautions.
Accompanied by a single chime.
The lights extinguish when:
• Either MASTER CAUT light is pushed.
• The Caution no longer exists.
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The CLR key on the ECAM Control
Panel is pushed.
The EMER CANC key on the ECAM
Control Panel is pushed.
CHRONO Switch
• First push causes Chronometer time to
display in boxed format in lower-left
comer of on-side ND. Operates
independently of clock Chronometer
and other ND Chronometer.
• Second push freezes the displayed
value.
• Third push resets the Chronometer
and removes the display.
Side Stick Priority Lights
Arrow Light
Illuminates red in front of pilot losing authority.
Extinguishes when sidestick activation is reestablished by:
• Release of other priority switch in less
than 30 seconds.
• Pushing either priority switch
momentarily to cancel a latched
priority condition.
•
Captain's Light
Illuminates green to indicate associated
Sidestick has established priority by activation
of its priority switch and the opposite Sidestick
is not in neutral.
Extinguishes when the opposite ( F/O Light ) is
returned to neutral.
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3.2. a320 EFIS
Barometric Window
Displays Barometric reference.
Barometric Selector
Provides selection of Barometric reference.
The outer knob selects units of reference in
inches of mercury (In Hg) or Hectopascals
(hPa). The inner knob provides selection of the
reference value displayed in the Barometric
window and on the PFD. At airplane power-up,
either 1013 hPa or 29.92 In Hg is displayed.
When the selector is pulled, the standard
Barometric reference setting (1013 hPa/29.92
In Hg) is displayed in the Barometric window
and "STD" is displayed on the PFD. Pushing
the knob enables selection of a new
Barometric reference.
FD Switch
When pushed, the respective flight director
command bars or flight path vector/flight path
director is displayed on the associated PFD
and the switch illuminates.
ILS Switch
When pressed, the localizer and glide slope
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scales are displayed on the PFD and the
switch illuminates. Deviation symbols are
displayed when a valid ILS signal is being
received.
Data Display Switches (5)
Display optional data in addition to the data
permanently displayed in the PLAN, ARC and
ROSE NAV modes. Only one switch can be
activated at a time, The selected switch is
illuminates.
Mode Selector
Provides selection of desired navigation
display.
Range Selector
Provides selection of desired Range on the
respective ND. In the event of a mode or
Range data failure, the ND defaults to ROSE
NAV with an 80 nm Range.
VOR/ADF Selector 1&2
Provides selection of VOR and/or ADF bearing
pointers and DME on respective ND in any
mode except PLAN. Corresponding navaid
data characteristics are shown.
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3.3. a320 Flight Control Unit
FCU Window
SPD / MACH Window
Displays dashes when the speed/Mach is
managed. Displays selected speed from the
FCU or pre-selected speed from the MCDU.
Managed Speed Light
Illuminates to indicate an FMGS managed
speed is being flown.
Heading / Track Window
Displays dashes when LNAV is engaged.
LAT Light
Illuminates to indicate managed lateral mode is
either armed or engaged.
Flight Director Display Mode
Indicates that the flight director is in either
HDG V/S or TRK FPA display mode.
When pushed, FMGS managed speed
engages, the managed speed light illuminates
and dashes appear in the SPD/MACH window.
Heading / Track Knob
When rotated, changes the value displayed in
the HDG/TRK window.
When pulled, the selected heading/track
displayed in the HDG/TRK window engages.
If a heading is selected prior to pulling the
knob, the airplane turns in the shortest
direction to the selected heading.
If a heading is selected after pulling the knob,
the airplane turns to the new heading in the
direction the knob is turned.
If the knob is pulled during a turn, the airplane
rolls out on the existing heading.
When pushed, LNAV engaes, the LAT light
illumonates and dashes appear in the
HDG/TRK window.
ALT Window
Displays altitude selected with the altitude
knob. The window never displays dashes,
even when VNAV is engaged.
LVL / CH Light
Illuminates to indicate managed vertical mode
is either armed or engaged.
V/S / FPA Window
Displays the vertical speed or flight path angle
selected using the vertical speed/flight path
angle knob. The applicable mode is controlled
with the HDG-V/S TRK-FPA switch.
Switches / Knobs left to right
SPD / MACH Switch
When pushed, changes the value in the
SPD/MACH window from airspeed to Mach,
and vice-versa.
Speed / MACH Switch
When rotated, changes the value displayed in
the SPD/MACH window.
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When pulled, the selected speed displayed in
the SPD/MACH window engages.
LOC Switch
Arms, engages, or disengages the LOC mode.
It takes a minimum of 3 seconds after arming
for the LOC to engage in the capture mode
Flight Director Mode Switch
When pushed, changes between
heading/vertical speed and track/flight path
angle display modes of both flight directors.
AP Switches
Engages/disengage selected autopilot.
Illuminate green when the autopilot is
engaged.
A/THR Switch
Arms or deactivates autothrottle system.
Illuminates green if the autothrottle is armed or
engaged.
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Altitude Knob
Changes the altitude displayed in the ALT
window.
The inner knob rotates to change the altitude
value.
The outer knob provides selection of 100 or
1000 foot increments.
When pulled, the open climb or open descent
engages.
When pushed, VNAV engages and the
LVL/CH light illuminates.
EXPED Switch
Engages the EXPED mode to reach the
altitude window with maximum vertical
gradient. The expedite mode can only be
disengaged by the engagement of another
mode.
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Metric ALT Switch
When pushed, the FCU altitude is displayed in
meters on ECAM.
Vertical Speed / Flight Path Angle Knob
When rotated, selects the vertical speed or
flight path angle displayed in the V/S / FPA
window.
When the knob is pulled, vertical speed
engages.
When the knob is pushed, the airplane
immediately levels off.
APPR Switch
Arms, engages or disengages the following
modes:
LOC and G/S modes if an ILS approach has
been slected from the MCDU database.
APP NAV, FINAL and FINAL APP modes if a
non-precision approach has been selected
from the MCDU database.
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3.4. a320 EFIS
Barometric Window
scales are displayed on the PFD and the
switch illuminates. Deviation symbols are
displayed when a valid ILS signal is being
received.
Displays Barometric reference.
Barometric Selector
Provides selection of Barometric reference.
The outer knob selects units of reference in
inches of mercury (In Hg) or Hectopascals
(hPa). The inner knob provides selection of the
reference value displayed in the Barometric
window and on the PFD. At airplane power-up,
either 1013 hPa or 29.92 In Hg is displayed.
When the selector is pulled, the standard
Barometric reference setting (1013 hPa/29.92
In Hg) is displayed in the Barometric window
and "STD" is displayed on the PFD. Pushing
the knob enables selection of a new
Barometric reference.
FD Switch
When pushed, the respective flight director
command bars or flight path vector/flight path
director is displayed on the associated PFD
and the switch illuminates.
ILS Switch
When pressed, the localizer and glide slope
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Data Display Switches (5)
Display optional data in addition to the data
permanently displayed in the PLAN, ARC and
ROSE NAV modes. Only one switch can be
activated at a time, The selected switch is
illuminates.
Mode Selector
Provides selection of desired navigation
display.
Range Selector
Provides selection of desired Range on the
respective ND. In the event of a mode or
Range data failure, the ND defaults to ROSE
NAV with an 80 nm Range.
VOR/ADF Selector 1&2
Provides selection of VOR and/or ADF bearing
pointers and DME on respective ND in any
mode except PLAN. Corresponding navaid
data characteristics are shown.
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3.5. a320 ACARS IDU AUTO Land
Illuminates below 200 feet RA in the LAND
mode when any one of the following occurs:
• Both Autopilots are off.
• Excessive localizer deviation or glide
slope deviation.
• Loss of localizer signal above 15 feet
RA or loss of glide slope signal above
100 feet RA.
Master WARN Light
Flash red for level 3 Warnings. Accompanied
by an aural Warning.
The lights extinguish when:
• Either MASTER WARN light is
pushed.
• The Warn no longer exists.
• The CLR key on the ECAM Control
Panel is pushed.
• The EMER CANC key on the ECAM
Control Panel is pushed.
The aural Warning stops when:
• Either MASTER WARN light is
pushed.
• The Warning no longer exists.
• The EMER CANC key on the ECAM
Control Panel is pushed.
Master CAUT Light
Illuminate amber for level 2 cautions.
Accompanied by a single chime.
The lights extinguish when:
• Either MASTER CAUT light is pushed.
• The Caution no longer exists.
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The CLR key on the ECAM Control
Panel is pushed.
The EMER CANC key on the ECAM
Control Panel is pushed.
CHRONO Switch
• First push causes Chronometer time to
display in boxed format in lower-left
comer of on-side ND. Operates
independently of clock Chronometer
and other ND Chronometer.
• Second push freezes the displayed
value.
• Third push resets the Chronometer
and removes the display.
Side Stick Priority Lights
Arrow Light
Illuminates red in front of pilot losing authority.
Extinguishes when sidestick activation is reestablished by:
• Release of other priority switch in less
than 30 seconds.
• Pushing either priority switch
momentarily to cancel a latched
priority condition.
Captain's Light
Illuminates green to indicate associated
Sidestick has established priority by activation
of its priority switch and the opposite Sidestick
is not in neutral.
Extinguishes when the opposite ( F/O Light ) is
returned to neutral.
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4.1. Gasper Air Vent & Speaker(A320)
Gasper Air Vent
Speaker
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4.2. Captain's Forward Panel(A320)
GPWS - G / S
• GPWS - Illuminates red when any
GPWS mode from 1 through 4 is
activated and an aural warning
sounds.
• G / S - Illuminates amber when GPWS
mode 5 is activated and the "Glide
Slope" aural warning sounds. Pressing
the switch silences the "Glide Slope"
warning and turns off the G/S light.
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PFD Brightness Control Knob
Manually adjusts on-side PFD brightness.
When PFD is selected OFF, the PFD image is
auto,atically displayed on the on-side ND. (ND
may be recovered by pushing the PFD/ND
XFR switch.)
briefcase areas and the floor around the pilot
seats
PFD/ND XFR Switch
Interchanges the on-side PFD and ND
displays.
ND Brightness Control Knob
Manually adjusts on-side ND brightness. Outer
knob controls the brightness of the weather
radar image only. Inner knob controls the
general brightness of the ND symbology.
Loud Speaker Knob
Adjust loudspeaker audio volume. Aural alert,
CVR test, and voice message level are not
controlled by these knobs.
Console/Floor Lighting Selector
Controls the intensity of the side consoles,
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4.3. Captain's Primary Flight Display (PFD)(A320)
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Flight Mode Annunciations
Displays 5 columns 3 lines of flight mode
annunciations and messages
PFD Airspeed Indications
Overspeed Protection Symbol
Indicates in green the speed (VMO + 6 knots /
Mmo + 0.01) at which Overspeed protection
activates.
VMAX
Defined by the lower end of a red and black
strip along the speed scale. Represents the
lowest of VMC ( or MMC ), VFE, or VLE if the
landing gear is extended. Computed by the
FACs.
Green Dot Speed
Appears while flying in the clean configuration.
Represents the best lift-to-drag, as computed
by the FACs.
Speed Indicators
• F - Minimum Flap Retraction Speed Appears in green next to the minimum
speed for selecting position 1 when the
FLAPS selector is in position 3 or 2.
Computed by the FACs.
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S - Minimum Slat Retraction Speed Appears in green next to the minimum
speed for selecting position 0 when the
FLAPS selector is in position 1.
Computed by the FACs.
1 - Decision Speed (V1) - Appears in
blue next to the speed entered by the
crew through the MCDU. When out of
indication range, appears on upper
part of scale. Disappears after lift-off.
•
Actual Airspeed Reference Line
Indicates the actual airspeed where the scale
value moves in front of the line. Airspeed
indication starts from 30 knots.
Speed Trend Arrow
Starting from the airspeed reference line,
points to the speed value which will be attained
in 10 seconds if the acceleration remains
constant. Appears only when speed difference
is greater than two knots. Disappears when
speed difference is less than one knot, or if
FACs fail
Target Airspeed Pointer
Points to the target airspeed value or the
airspeed corresponding to the target Mach
number. The pointer is magenta when the
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target airspeed is the value computed by the
FMGC in managed speed mode. The pointer is
blue when the target airspeed is manually
entered on the FMGC or manually entered on
the FCU. When the target airspeed is out of
the speed tape range, the target speed value is
displayed above or below the speed tape in
numeric form.
continuously when the deviation exceeds one
dot for two seconds or more (above 100 feet
RA).
Minimum Selectable Speed (VLS)
Represents 1.13 stall speed (VS) during
takeoff or following touch and go as computed
by the FACs.
Localizer Scale
Appears when ILS switch is pushed. Flashes
continuously when the deviation exceeds onefourth dot for two seconds or more (above 15
feet RA).
Alpha Protection Speed
Represents the speed corresponding to the
angle of attack at which alpha protection
activates, as computed in pitch normal law by
the FACs.
Mach Number
Displays when number is greater than .5.
ILS Information
The following appears when an ILS frequency
and course have been selected in the MCDU
and when the ILS switch on the EFIS control
panel is pushed:
• ILS identification as decoded from the
ILS receiver.
• ILS frequency.
• DME distance if a DME is co-located.
Glide Slope Deviation Index and Localizer
Index
Appear when glide slope and localizer signals
are valid if deviation scales are displayed.
Target Altitude or Selected FL Indicator
Indicates the FCU-selected target altitude or
the selected flight level.
Altitude Indication
Displays altitude in green on a white moving
scale. "NEG" appears in window to indicate
negative altitude. Window changes from yellow
to amber if the airplane deviates from the
selected altitude or flight level. Numerical value
changes from green to amber when the
airplane flies below any MDA entered in the
MCDU.
Barometric Reference Indication
Indicates that either STD or QNH has been
selected as barometric reference.
PFD Attitude Indications
PFD Vertical Speed IndicationsLabel
Fixed Airplane Symbol
Vertical Speed Scale
Displays white on grey. Graduated each 500
feet per minute.
Pitch Scale
Provides graduations between 80° nose up
and 80° nose down with 2.5° increments
between 10° nose down and 30° nose up.
Roll Index
Points to angle of bank on roll scale.
Roll Scale
Provides graduations at 0, 10, 20, 30 and 45
degrees of bank.
Digital Vertical Speed Indication
Displays green. Disappears when vertical
speed is less than 200 feet per minute.
Window surrounding indication becomes
amber to indicate inertial data has been
replaced by barometric information.
Bank Angle Limit Indicator
Indicates bank angle limitation in green at ±67°
on roll scale. Replaced by amber "X" with loss
of normal law.
Analog Vertical Speed Pointer
Displays green. If vertical speed exceeds 2000
feet per minute, pointer positions to end of
scale. Speed indicators becoming amber if any
of the following occur:
• Vertical speed exceeds 6000 fpm.
• Vertical speed exceeds 2000 fpm
descent and radio altitude is between
2500 and 1000 feet.
• Vertical exceeds 1200 fpm descent
and radio altitude is less than 1000
feet.
Glide Slope Deviation Scale
Appears when ILS switch is pushed. Flashes
PFD Heading IndicationsLabel
Actual Track Diamond
Side Slip Index / Beta Target
Indicates lateral acceleration on the ground
and side slip in flight as provided by ADIRS.
Reaches stop at .3Gs.
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Indicates the actual track on the heading scale
in green.
Selected Heading or Track Index
Points to the selected heading or track on the
heading scale.
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ILS Course Pointer
Appears when an ILS frequency and course
have been selected and when ILS switch is
pushed.
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4.4. Captain's Navigation Display (ND)(A320)
Groundspeed and True Airspeed
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Displays airplane speeds in green as
determined by ADIRS.
Estimated Time of Arrival
(05:36) - Displays in green.
Arc Mode Range Marks
Wind Direction / Speed
Displays wind direction and speed with respect
to true north in numeric form and wind direction
in respect to magnetic north in green arrow
form. Dashes indicate no wind data received.
Displays range scale selected on the EFIS
control panel (10 to 320 nm) in white.
Weather Radar Image
APP Massages
Displays when radar is operating in all modes
except PLAN. The echo colors correspond to
the precipitation rate.
Displayed in green when an ILS or VOR
approach has been selected on the MCDU.
Chronometer Indication
TO Waypoint Information
Displays elapsed time in white when on-side
chronometer is started.
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Identification (Tille) - Displays
in white.
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ILS Marker Beacon
Track To Go (011) - Displays in
Flashes blue for outer marker, amber for
middle marker and white for inner marker.
green.
Runway
Distance To Go (5.5nm) -
Displays selected Runway as oriented runway
symbol. Down to scale if range 10, 20 or 40 nm
is selected.
Displays in green.
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Holding Pattern
Displays active Holding Pattern.
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VOR/DME Navaid
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Displays green if a current waypoint, white if it
is the TO waypoint, blue when tuned for
display and magenta when not a part of the
flight plan but displayed as option as selected
on the FCU.
Airplane Symbol
Left/Right Navaid Displays
Display the following information for the
selected Navaid, the left side for receiver one
and the right side for receiver two:
• Type of Navaid (ADF in green or VOR
in white).
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Shape and color of the associated
bearing pointer.
Navaid identification (or frequency if no
identification is available).
DME distance if a DME is co-located
to the selected VOR.
Method of tuning
• M for Navaid manualy tuned
through the MCDU
• R for Navaid tuned from an
RMP.
Waypoints
Active waypoint displays white, all others
green. Others magenta when WPT display
selected.
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4.5. Standby Airspeed Standby Altimeter
Standby Airspeed
Connected directly to the standby pitot and
static source. Airspeed bugs are required
equipment but may be deferred if missing.
Standby Altimeter
Connected directly to the standby static
source. Altimeter bugs are required equipment
but may be deferred if missing.
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4.6. Standby Attitude Indicator(A320)
TERR on ND
Red Flag
Button is used when the terrain counter is
displayed on the ND.
Flag appears with failure of indicator or power
supply.
Attitude Indicator
Caging Knob
Indication remains available for five minutes
after total electrical failure.
When pulled, centers and levels the horizon.
(Airplane should be level for this action.)
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4.7. Digital Distance & Radio Magnetic Indicator (DDRMI)(A320)
VOR DME Counters
Compass Card
Indicate DME distance to the VORs tuned on
the RAD NAV or PROG page or RMP.
Displays the bearing scale. Normally supplied
from ADIRU 1.
HDG Flag
VOR/ADF Flags
Appears when the following occur:
• ADIRS heading signal is invalid.
• RMI fails.
• Power supply fails.
Appears when:
• Selected VOR or ADF receiver fails.
• ADIRS heading signal is invalid.
• RMI fails.
• Power supply fails.
Associate pointer remains at the valid position.
Bearing Pointers
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Indicate the Magnetic Bearing to VOR
1.
Indicate the Magnetic Bearing to VOR
2 or ADF 1 as selected by the
VOR/ADF selectors.
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VOR/ADF Selectors
Allows selection of VOR 2 or ADF 1 on the
double pointer.
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4.8. Primary Engine Display (Engine/Warning Display)
green when the doors are fully deployed.
Upper Left Section
EPR
EGT
Actual EPR Digital Indicator
Actual EGT Pointer and Indication
Displays green. Pulse amber when EGT
exceeds 610°C. Pulse red when EGT exceeds
635°C.
Actual EPR Pointer
EPR Command Arc
Displays difference between EPR pointer and
EPR command value. This transient arc is only
displayed with the A/THR engaged.
Maximum Permissible EGT
Maximum EPR (Red Mark)
Represented by red line. If 635°C is exceeded,
a red mark appears at maximum value
reached. It will only disappear at the next
takeoff or by Maintenance action.
Displays the EPR limit value corresponding to
the full-forward throttle position.
Maximum EGT
Throttle Indication (circle)
Displays amber at 610°C. Not shown during
engine start sequence.
Displays the predicted EPR corresponding to
the throttle position.
REV Indication
Appears when one reverser cowl is not stowed
or is unlocked or inadvertently deployed. In
flight, REV flashes for 9 seconds and then
remains steady. The indication changes to
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N1
Actual N1 Pointer and Indication
Displays green. Pulse amber when N1 exceeds
N1 rating limit. Pulse red when N1 equals or
exceeds 100%.
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Maximum Permissible N1
Actual Position Triangle
Represented by red line. If 100% is exceeded,
a red mark appears at maximum value
reached. It will only disappear at the next
takeoff or by Maintenance action.
Displays green. Becomes amber with:
• Loss of both supplying hydraulic
systems, except on ground with both
engines shut down.
• Application of wing tip brakes.
• Failure of slats or flaps.
Upper Right Section
Selectable Positions
Thrust Limit Mode
Displays selected status. In flight (or on the
ground with engine stopped), the selected
mode corresponds to the detent of the most
advanced throttle.
Display white. Not displayed in clean
configuration.
Selected Position Triangle
Display blue. Disappears when selected
position is reached.
EPR Rating Limit
In flight, displays value computed by the
FADEC receiving the highest actual EPR. On
the ground the value is computed by the
FADEC receiving the most advanced throttle
position.
Flap Lever Position
Fexible Takeoff Temperature
Lower Left Section
Displays Fexible Takeoff Temperature selected
through the MCDUs when FLX mode selected.
Memo/Failure Information
Display green when selected position (0, 1+F,
1, 2, 3, or FULL) is reached. Zero not
displayed when clean confifuration is reached.
Indication displays blue during transit.
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F.F. Indication
Displays Fuel Flow to each engine (pounds per
hour).
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FOB Indication
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Indicates total fuel on board. An amber half
box appears around FOB when quantity shown
is not fully usable due to transfer valve failure
or loss of center tank pumps.
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Lower Right Section
Flap
Displays when slats or flaps not fully retracted.
• White when selected position is
reached.
• Blue when flaps or slats are in transit.
• Becomes amber with:
• Loss of both supplying
hydraulic systems, except on
ground with both engines shut
down.
• Blue when flaps or slats are in
transit.
• Application of wing tip brakes.
• Failure of slats or flaps.
Memo/Failure Information
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S, F Indication
Displays green. Becomes amber with:
• Loss of both supplying hydraulic
systems, except on ground with both
engines shut down.
• Application of wing tip brakes.
• Failure of slats or flaps.
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Displays memos during normal
operation.
When system failure is detected,
displays independent failure and
required action.
Once action is performed, displays
independent and primary failure.
When ECAM CLR key is pushed,
previous memo information reappears.
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Displays memos during normal
operation.
When system failure is detected,
memos remain displayed until the crew
performs required action.
Once required action is performed,
displays secondary failure.
When ECAM CLR key is pushed a
second time, previous memo
information reappears.
When ECAM CLR key is pushed a
third time, status reminder ("STS")
appears.
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4.9. Secondary Engine Display (System/Status Display)
Screen Left
F.USED Indication
Displays fuel used as computed by the
FADEC. The value is frozen at engine
shutdown and is reset at engine start on the
ground. The last two digits are dshed if the fuel
used indication is inaccurate due to loss of fuel
flow for more than one minute.
OIL Quantity Indication
Displays Oil Quantity inquarts. Represented by
pointer and digital display. Indication pulses
below 5 quarts (decreasing) or 7 quarts
(increasing).
OIL Pressure Indication
Represented by pointer and digital display. The
digital indication pulses if oil pressure exceeds
390 psi (increasing) or 385 (decreasing). Both
indications become amber below 80 psi and
red below 60 psi.
OIL Temperature Indication
Displays Oil Temperature in °C. The indication
pulses above 156°C (increasing) or 150°C
(decreasing). It becomes amber if the
temperature exceeds 156°C for more than 15
minutes or instantaneously when above
165°C.
IGN Indication
Displays during start sequence. The selected
Ignitors "A" or "B" or "AB" are displayed when
supplied.
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Start Valve Indication
Displays positive of start valve. A horizontal
line through the circle signifies the valve is fully
open. A vertical line signifies the valve is fully
closed.
Engine Bleed Pressure
Displays Bleed Pressure upstream from the
precooler. The value becomes amber below 21
psi when N2 exceeds 10% with the engine start
valve not closed or when Bleed over-pressure
is detected.
Screen Right
VIB Indications
Displays N1 and N2 Vibration levels. The
indication pulses above 5.0. The data is also
displayed on the ECAM cruise page.
OIL Filter Indication
Displays Filter status. An amber CLOG
massage appears in case of excessive
pressure loss across the main oil scavenge.
F.Filter Indication
Displays fuel Filter status. An amber CLOG
massage appears in case of excessive
pressure loss across the fuel filter.
Permanent Data
TAT, SAT & GW
Message Area.
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4.10. Landing Gear Indicator, AutoBrake, Antiskid &
NoseWheel Steering System (A320)
LDG Gear Lights
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Display proximity detector information received
from LGCIU 1. The LDG GEAR indicator panel
does not illuminate when LGCIU 1 is not
electrically powered.
• UNLK - Illuminate red if the gear is not
locked in the selected position.
• Lights - Illuminate geen if the gear is
locked down.
•
AUTO/BRK Switches
Arm the required deceleration rate. The ON
light illuminates blue to indicate positive
arming. The DECEL light illuminates green
when actual airplane deceleration corresponds
to 80% of the selected rate.
• LO - Selected for landing. If the
deceleration rate from reverse thrust is
not adequate, progressive pressure is
applied to the brakes four seconds
after ground spoiler deployment to
provide a fixed deceleration rate.
• MED - Selected for landing. If the
deceleration rate from reverse thrust is
not adequate, progressive pressure is
applied to the brakes two seconds
after ground spoiler deployment to
provide a fixed deceleration rate.
• MAX - Selected for takeoff. During an
aborted takeoff, maximum brake
pressure is applied when ground
spoilier deployment occurs.
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OFF
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If green hydraulic pressure is
available:
• Antiskid is available.
• Nosewheel steering is
available.
If green hydraulic pressure is
lost:
• Yellow hydraulic
pressure takes over
automatically to
supply the brakes.
• Antiskid remains
available.
• Nosewheel steering is
lost.
Yellow hydraulic pressure
supplies the brakes.
Brake pressure must be
limited by referring to the triple
indicator to avoid wheel
locking.
Differential braking remains
available via the pedals.
Antiskid is deactivated.
Nosewheel steering is lost.
TERR ON ND
Displays a "Terrain Map Display" on the ND for
aircraft equipped with Enhanced Ground
Proximity Warning System (EGPWS).
A/SKID & N/W STRG Switch
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4.11. Landing Gear Selector(A320)
in the DOWN position when any gear
shock absorber is compressed or the
nosewheel steering is not centered.
Landing Gear Lever
Provides electrical signals to the two LGCIUs
which control the green hydraulic supply.
• UP - Retracts landing gear. When the
gear doors open, the main wheels are
automatically braked by the normal
brake system. The nose wheel are
stopped by a brake band in the gear
well during door closure. When the
lever is UP, the hydraulic supply is
automatically cut off above 260 KIAS
• DOWN - Extends the landing gear.
The system remains pressurized if
green hydraulic pressure is available.
An interlock mechanism prevents
unsafe retraction by locking the lever
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DOWN Arrow
Illuminates red associated with ECAM "GEAR
NOT DOWN" warning if the landing gear is not
downlocked with any one of the following:
• Radio altitude less than 750 feet and
both engine's N1 below 75%.
• Radio altitude less than 750 feet and
Flaps 3 or FULL selected.
• Flaps FULL selected with both radio
altimeters failed
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4.12. Clock(A320)
elapsed time.
CHR Button
First push starts Sweep Second Hand and minutes
display in the ET/CHR indicator. Second push stops
second hand and freezes minutes display. Third
push resets second hand to the 12 o'clock position
and blanks CHR indicator.
DATE Button
Sets the Chronometer in the Date Mode. The
date is set by positioning the UTC Selector to
HSD (day), MSM (month) and HLDY (year).
Return the UTC Selector to the RUN position.
Pressing the DATE button again will resume
the display of UTC time.
ET Counter
Displays elapsed and chronograph time.
Chronograph time display has priority over
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Sweep Second Hand
Indicates Chronometer seconds.
ET Selector
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RUN - Starts the elapsed time counter.
HOLD - Freezes counter time.
RESET - Resets counter to zero.
UTC Selector
Sets the time.
• RUN - Clock will begin normal
operation.
• HLDY - Hold
• MSM - Minutes
• HSD - Hours
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4.13. Brakes & Accumulator Pressure Triple Indicator(A320)
ACCU PRESS Indication
BRAKES Pressure Indication
Displays the brake accumulator pressure.
Displays the yellow hydraulic system pressure
that is supplied to the left and right brakes
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4.14. F/O's Primary Flight Display Flags (PFD)(A320)
Indicates attitude data failure.
SPD Sel Flag
Indicates failure of selected speed data.
FPV Flag
Indicates V1 signal is not valid.
Indicates drift angle or flight path angle are not
valid when in TRK-FPA mode.
SI Flag
G/S Flag
Indicates loss of side slip data.
Indicates Glide Slope receiver failure.
Check ATT Flag
ALT Flag
Indicates at least a 5 discrepancy in attitude
data between PFDs. Appears on both PFDs in
amber.
Indicates altitude data failure.
V1 INOP Flag
V/S Flag
Indicates Vertical Speed data failure.
ALT SEL
Indicates selected altitude data failure.
V/DEV Flag
Check ALT Flag
Indicates Vertical Deviation data failure and
ILS switch not pushed.
Appears in amber when the difference
between both PFD's altitude indications is
greater than 250 feet (QNH), or 500 feet
(STD). Inhibited when CAPT and F/O ADR
barometric references disagree.
DH Flag
Indicates in amber that decision height has
been reached.
RA Flag
SPD Flag
Indicates failure of both radio altimeters.
Indicates speed data failure.
LOC Flag
FD Flag
Indicates failure of Localizer receiver.
Indicates both FMGCs have failed or both FDs
have disengaged with FD switches on.
SPD LIM Flag
ATT Flag
Appears when both FACs are inoperative.
Indicates the following speed data is lost: VLS,
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S, F, green dot, VTREND, VMAX OP, VMAX,
VFE NEXT, VSW.
DME Flag
MACH Flag
HDG Flag
Indicates Mach data failure.
Indicates DME distance is not available.
Indicates Heading data failure.
ILS Flag
Check HDG Flag
Indicates ILS frequency is not available or that
both localizer and glide slope signals have
failed.
Indicates at least a 5 discrepancy in Heading
data between PFDs. Appears on both PFDs in
amber
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4.15. F/O's Navigation Display Flags (ND)(A320)
VOR Course Flag
VOR Flag
Indicates VOR course data failure in red.
Indicates VOR bearing is not valid. Flashes for
the first nine seconds.
Check HDG Flag
Appears inamber when a discrepancy of at
least 5° between both NDs is detected by the
flight warning computer (FWC).
G/S Flag
HDG Flag
VOR/ADF/DME Flag
Indicates heading data failure in red. Flashes
for the first nine seconds.
Indicates failure of a navigation receiver in red.
Flashes for the first nine seconds.
LOC Flag
Other Message Area
Indicates localizer data failure in red. Flashes
for the first nine seconds.
Indicates incomplete map data. If the number
of images exceeds capacity, the FMGC might
shed some optional data from the display.
Center Message Area
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MODE Change - Appears in
green when a discrepancy is detected
between the selected mode on the
EFIS control panel and the mode sent
from the on-side FMGC, or while a
new page is being prepared by the
DMC for display. Has priority over
"RANGE Change" message.
•
RANGE Change - Appears in
green when a range discrepancy is
detected.
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Indicates G/S data failure in red. Flashes for
the first nine seconds.
•
MAP Partly Displayed - text
NAV ACCUR DOWNGRAD
or NAV ACCUR UPGRAD text
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SPECIF VOR / D UNAVAIL
- text
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Check ADF1, Check VOR1,
Check ILS1- text
Set Offside RNG / MODEtext
MAP NOT AVAIL - Appears in
red when "CHANGE" message is
displayed more than six seconds, or to
indicate FMGC failure, or to indicate
that the airplane position provided by
FMGC is not valid.
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4.16. F/O's Forward Panel(A320)
GPWS - G / S
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GPWS - Illuminates red when any
GPWS mode from 1 through 4 is
activated and an aural warning
sounds.
G / S - Illuminates amber when GPWS
mode 5 is activated and the "Glide
Slope" aural warning sounds. Pressing
the switch silences the "Glide Slope"
warning and turns off the G/S light.
ND Brightness Control Knob
Manually adjusts on-side ND brightness. Outer
knob controls the brightness of the weather
radar image only. Inner knob controls the
general brightness of the ND symbology.
PFD/ND XFR Switch
PFD Brightness Control Knob
Manually adjusts on-side PFD brightness.
When PFD is selected OFF, the PFD image is
auto,atically displayed on the on-side ND. (ND
may be recovered by pushing the PFD/ND
XFR switch.)
Console/Floor Lighting Selector
Controls the intensity of the side consoles,
briefcase areas and the floor around the pilot
seats.
Loud Speaker Knob
Adjust loudspeaker audio volume. Aural alert,
CVR test, and voice message level are not
controlled by these knobs.
Interchanges the on-side PFD and ND
displays.
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4.17. Gasper Air Vent & Speaker(A320)
Gasper Air Vent
Speaker
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5 Control Pedestral
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5.1. Switching Panel(A320)
ATT HDG Selector
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CAPT 3 - IR 3 replaces IR 1.
NORM
• - IR 1 supplies data to PFD 1, ND 1 and RMI/VOR DME.
• - IR 2 supplies data to PFD 2 and ND 2.
F/O 3 - IR 3 replaces IR 2.
AIR Data Selector
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CAPT 3 - ADR 3 replaces ADR 1.
NORM
• - ADR 1 supplies data to PFD 1, ND 1 and RMI/VOR DME.
• - ADR 2 supplies data to PFD 2 and ND 2.
F/O 3 - ADR 3 replaces ADR 2.
EIS DMC Selector
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CAPT 3 - DMC 3 replaces DMC 1.
NORM
• - DMC 1 supplies data to PFD 1, ND 1 and upper ECAM display.
• - DMC 2 supplies data to PFD 2 and ND 2 and lower ECAM display.
F/O 3 - DMC 3 replaces DMC 2.
ECAM / ND XFR Selector
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CAPT - Transfers SD to Captain's ND.
NORM - SD appears on lower ECAM display.
F/O - Transfers SD to 1st Officer's ND.
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5.2. Electronic Centralized Aircraft Monitoring (ECAM) Panel (A320)
ECAM Control Knobs
Left / Right CLR Keys
Selects respective display on/off and control
brightness. When the upper ECAM display is
selected OFF, the E/WD automatically
transfers to the lower ECAM display.
Illuminates when an ECAM warning, caution,
or status message is displayed. When an
Illuminated CLR key is pushed, the ECAM
display will change.
T.O. CONFIG Key
STS Key
When pushed, simulates takeoff power
application to trigger a warning if the airplane is
not properly configured for takeoff. If the
airplane is properly configured, the
"T.O.CONFIG NORMAL" message in the
takeoff memo displays green.
Illuminates when ECAM STATUS page is
displayed. When pushed, the STATUS page is
displayed on the ECAM lower display. When
pushed with no present status messages,
"NORMAL" appears for five seconds. The
STATUS page may be cleared by pushing the
STS key a second time or by pushing the CLR
key.
EMER CANC Key ( RED )
When pushed:
• Warnings: Present aural warning is
cancelled. MASTER WARN lights
extinguish. ECAM message display is
not affected.
• Cautions: Present Cautions is
cancelled for remainder of flight.
STATUS page is automatically
displayed. "CANCELLED CAUTION"
message and the title of the inhibition
is suppressed after AC power
application until first engine start, but
can be manually recalled by pushing
RCL key for more than 3 seconds.
System Page Keys ( 11 Keys )
When pushed, the related system page
appears on the lower ECAM display.
Illuminates after manual selection or when an
advisory is detected. If pushed a second time
while illuminated, the system page for the
present phase of flight or current warning
appears.
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RCL Key
When pushed, Recalls warning and caution
massages that have been suppressed with the
CLR key or automatic flight phase inhibition.
"NORMAL" appears for five seconds with no
current warnings or cautions. When pushed for
more then three seconds, caution messages
suppressed by the EMER CANC key are
Recalled.
ALL Key
When pushed and held, all system pages are
displayed in succession at one-second
intervals. If the ECAM control panel fails, push
and hold the ALL Key until the desired system
page appears and then release the key to
maintain the display.
If only one ECAM screen is available,
repeatedly pressing the ALL Key will cycle to
the desired page.
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5.3. a320 Throttle Controls
AutoThrottle
AutoThrottle System (A/THR)
, using inputs from the FMGC, controls thrust
based on airplane speed, altitude and
configuration. The throttles do not move when
the Autothrottle System is in use. The system
is armed in flight by pushing the A/THR switch
on the FCU when the throttles are not in the
engagement range.
Transmit signals to the FADEC, which
computes and displays the thrust rating limit
and EPR. The throttle can only be moved
manually. There are five lever positions define
by stops or detents:
Reverse Idle,
Forward Idle,
Climb (CL),
Continuous Thrust (FLX/MCT)
and TakeOff / Go Around (TO/GA)
Autothrottle Disconnect Switches ( Red
Buttons )
When pressed, disconnects the autothrottle
system.
fitted at the FWD IDLE position. The stop is
reset when the throttle is selected back to
forward thrust.
Pitch Trim Wheels
Provides mechanical control of horizontal
stabilizer trim. Trim wheels have priority over
electrical control. Use of trim wheels does not
disconnect the ELACs, as the override
mechanism ensures that the computers remain
synchronized with the manually selected
position.
Trim wheels must be utilized when pitch direct
law is in effect.
Pitch trim is automatically reset to 0 following
touchdown as the pitch attitude becomes less
than 2.5°.
Trim Position Scales
Indicate trim position in degrees. Normal range
is marked by a green band.
CG Scales
Indicate relation between CG location and
pitch trim setting prior takeoff
Select Reverse Thrust by overriding the stop
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5.4. A320 Engine Start & Ignition Panel
ENG MASTER Switches 1 & 2
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ON - LP fuel valve opens, provided the ENG FIRE switch is in.
During and automatic start, the HP fuel valve opens, provided the ENG MODE selector is at
IGN/START.
During a manual start, the HP fuel valve opens, provided the ENG MODE selector is at
IGN/START and the ENG MAN START switch is ON.
•
OFF - Closes the HP and LP fuel valves. Resets both channels of the FADEC.
ENG Mode Selector
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NORM - Continuous ignition A + B is selected when the engine is running and one of the
following is met:
• FLEX or TO/GA thrust is selected on the ground
• TO/GA thrust is selected in flight
• ENG ANTI ICE switch is ON
• Engine surge or stall occurs in flight
• FLAPS lever position is other then "0" in flight
CRANK - The start valve opens provided the ENG MAN START switch is ON and N2 is less
than 10%. Ignition is not supplied.
IGN / START - Provides continuous ignition if the ENG MASTER switch is ON and N2 is at idle
or greater.
During and automatic start, on airplanes placarded :EXTENDED DRY CRANK", expect
ignition and fuel flow 50 seconds after ENG MASTER switch is selected ON.
On airplanes without the placard, expect ignition and fuel flow between approximately 15%
and 20% N2.
During a manual start the HP fuel valve is open and ignition is selected when the ENG
MASTER switch is selected ON.
FIRE Light
Illuminates when the respective fire warning is activated and during engine fire test.
FAULT Light
Illuminates amber in the event of an automatic start abort, or a disagreement between the HP fuel
valve position of FADEC channel A and B.
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5.5. Speed Brake, Trim and Flap Lever Panels( A320 )
Speed Brake
Speed Brake Lever
Lever provides the following speed brake and
ground spoiler functions:
• Manually pushing lever down and aft
inflight, selects surface position of
Speed Brakes. A "hard point: is
provided at the 1/2 position.
• Speed Brake deflection is limited to
approximately 1/2 with an autopilot
engaged, regardless of lever position.
• Pulling the lever up to the RET position
arms the ground spoilers to
automatically extend for landing or
when executing a rejected takeoff.
•
Trim
RUD Trim Selector
Controls the Rudder Trim actuator which
moves the neutral point of the articial feel at a
rate of 1 degree per second of rudder travel.
Selector is deactivated with A/P engaged.
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RUD Trim Position Indicator
Displays Rudder Trim direction (L or R) and
value (0° to 20°).
RUD Trim RESET Switch
When pushed, the FAC commands the Rudder
Trim actuator to the zero trim position.
Flaps
Flap Lever
Commands flaps and slats for simultaneous
operation to selected position. Lever must be
pulled out of detent prior to positioning.
Detents are provided at positions 1 and 3 to
avoid excessive flap/slat travel by a single
action.
When the flap lever is in any position other
then "0" in flight, idle RPM is increased
(approach idle) and continuous ignition is
activated.
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5.6. A320 Parking Brake & Landing Gears Gravity Extension
Parking Brake System
Parking Brake Handle
Sets the Parking Brake by pulling the handle
and then turning it clockwise. Activation of the
Parking Brake deactivates all other braking
modes. "PARK BRK" is displayed on the
ECAM memo page.
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Landing Gear Gravity Extension System
Gravity Gear EXTN Handle
Provides Landing Gear extension in the event
of electrical, hydraulic or mechanical failure.
The handle must be extended and then rotated
clockwise three turns to shut off hydraulic
pressure, open the doors and unlock the gear.
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5.7. Multifunction
Control Display Unit (MCDU) ( A320 )
To me, the MCDU, Mulifunction Control Display Unit is the heart of the A320/319. Everything
that the airbus can do, can be controled from this unit. The few pages above, that I have manage
to highlight are just a small sample of the many pages that you can access from the MCDU.
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the key, selecting the key accesses another
MCDU page.
Line Select Keys
Fail / FMGC Annunciator
The Fail Annunciator illuminates when the
MCDU has stopped operating properly. The
display screen blanks, and "FMC FAIL"
appears.
The FMGC Annunciator illuminates when the
FMGC is not linked to the MCDU and the
FMGC requests the display. Return to the
FMGC via the MCDU MENU key.
MCDU Menu Annunciator
Identified as 1L - 6L and 1R - 6R, provide
access to the on-side data for the left and right
data fields. The keys transfer data from the
scratch pad to the line next to key if acceptable
to FMGC. If a caret ( < or > ) appears next to
MCDU Page Formats and Colors
Page Formats
Large Font Entry
Represents pilot entries or modifiable data.
Small Font Entry
Represents predicted, defaulted, or FMGCcalculated values.
Line Label
Identifies the data displayed directly under this
label line (in small font).
Data Line
Contains box prompts, dashes, brackets and
computer-generated data (displayed in small
font), or pilot-entered data (displayed in large
font).
Box Prompts ()
Indicates that data entry is required for
minimum FMGS operation. The data is entered
via the scratch pad and replaces the box
prompts when the associated line select key is
pressed. The box prompt entry appears in
large font.
Dashes ( - - - - )
Indicates that data entry is not usually required
or that data is being calculated by the FMGC.
The calculated data will appear in small font.
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Illuminates when a system linked to the MCDU
requests the display. The system can be
changed with the MCDU MENU key.
Brackets ( [ ] )
Indicates that data entry is optional.
Vertical Slew Prompts ()
Indicates that the latitude/longitude value
below the prompts can be increased or
decreased. The slew prompts also appear in
the last two spaces of the scratch [ad to
indicate that the display can be scrolled up or
down.
Asterisk ( * )
Indicates that pushing the applicable line select
key will change the parameters which affect
the airplanes active situation.
Page Prompts ( < or > )
Indicates that another MCDU page is
accessible when the associated line select key
is pressed.
Overfly Triangle ()
Appears next to a qaypoint identifier on the FPLN page to indicate that the airplane must
overfly the waypoint.
MCDU Colors
The MCDU uses extensive colors to convey
specific information and to assist in
identification and recongnition of various types
of data. The colors used on the MCDU are
matched with flight plan data that is graphically
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displayed on the Navigation Display (ND). This
provides easy recognition of a particular type
of flight plan on either the MCDU or the ND.
Line Select Keys
BLUE
informs the crew that data entry is allowed.
Pilot-entered data is shown in large font and
FMS-generated data is shown in small font.
Blue information includes modifiable/selectable
data, entry brackets (no default data exists),
missed approach waypoints and active
alternate flight plan data.
MAGENTA
identifies constraints. Magenta information
includes VNAV altitude/speed/time constraints
that will be met, altitude/speed/time constraint
values and climb and descent speed limits.
GREEN
is used for FMS-generated data that is not
modifiable such as active flight plan data
(except "TO" waypoint and destination data)
AMBER
signifies that the item being displayed is
important and requires immediate attention.
Amber information includes VNAV
altitude/speed/time constraints that will be
missed, mandatory data, major scratch pad
message and "INSERT/ERASE" prompts.
YELLOW
indicates a temporary flight plan display.
o display data that clarifies
page operations, including page titles, data
field labals, dashed data fields (no data
available), minor scratch pad messages,
secondary flight plan data, active
Identified as 1L - 6L and 1R - 6R, provide
access to the on-side data for the left and right
data fields. The keys transfer data from the
scratch pad to the line next to key if acceptable
to FMGC. If a caret ( < or > ) appears next to
the key, selecting the key accesses another
MCDU page.
WHITE
is used t
ht plan "TO" waypoint and predictions, active
flight plan destination and predictions and page
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Provides access to the FLIGHT PLAN pages,
which contain a leg-by-leg description of the
active flight plan route. Destination and arrival
information is also available on applicable flight
plan pages.
Function and Mode Keys
Provides access to the DIR TO page which
enables the pilot to proceed directly from the
present position to a designated waypoint.
Provides access to the radio navigation
(RADIO NAV) which enables navaids display
and tuning.
Provides access to the PROGRESS page
which displays active flight data concerning the
flight plan for the phase of flight during which
PROG is selected. Allows the crew to update
the flight management position and provides
bearing and distance to a specified waypoint.
Provides access to the FUEL PRED page for
review of fuel and time predictions based on
the active flight plan and display of GW / CG
and FOB.
Provides access to the SEC INDEX page
Provides access to the PERFORMANCE
pages which display the performance
parameters for the current phase of flight.
which displays a leg-by-leg description of the
secondary flight plan route. Destination and
arrival information is also available on
applicable flight plan pages.
Provides access to the flight plan initialization
INIT A and B pages. Used to initialize the
FMGC parameters. The INIT B page is only
available on the ground prior to engine start.
Provides access to the DATA INDEX page,
which enables access to a menu for various
pages concerning airplane position and status,
runways, waypoints, routes and stored data.
Currently BLANK
Provides access to the MCDU MENU page,
which enables access to systems that use the
MCDU for display.
Provides access to the active flight plan page if
another page is displayed on the MCDU or, if
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plan is modified so that the airplane directly
overflies the waypoint. The overfly function
provides for flight directly over a waypoint while
maintaining LNAV.
the F-PLN page is already displayed, the
display cycles between the origin and
destination.
Provides access to additional pages of related
information when another page is required to
complete data display. This capability is
indicated by the additional page arrow on the
MCDU page title line. The NEXT PAGE
function wraps around from the last page to the
first page.
Used to scroll the display up and down when
pages are longer than the available space on
the CRT (indicated by arrows in the last two
spaces of the scratch pad). These keys are
also used for changing data )latitude/longitude)
by a set amount.
When pushed, clears messages and data from
the scratch pad or an individual data field.
rovides access to the DIR TO page which
enables the pilot to proceed directly from the
present position to a designated waypoint.
Alphanumeric Keys
Enable entry of letters and numbers into the
scratch pad. The slash key " / " is used to
separate pairs of entries in the same data field.
OVFY Key
When pushed, aappears in the scratch pad.
Line selecting the waypoint to be overflown
causes theto appear next to that waypoint
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5.8. Radio Management Panel (RMP) ( A320 )
Frequency Displays Windows
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ACTIVE - Shows the active frequency
of the selected radio (which is
identified by the illuminated radio
selection key).
STBY/CRS - Displays the NAV course
or standby radio frequency. This
frequency is activated by pushing the
transfer switch, and is changed by
rotating the frequency selector knobs.
•
Transfer Switch (Arrow)
When pushed, exchanges the active and
standby frequencies, and tunes the new active
frequency.
Radio Selection Switches (VHF, HF & AM)
When pushed, the ACTIVE window displays
the tuned frequency and the STBY/CRS
window displays the Standby frequency.
SEL Indicator
Illuminates on both RMPs when a transceiver
normally associated with an RMP is tuned by
another RMP.
Frequency Selector Knobs
Selects the course or standby radio frequency.
Displayed in STBY/CRS window.
Inner knob controls decimal values.
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NAV Switch (Guarded)
When pressed on RMP 1 or 2, the radio
navigation back-up mode engages.
Removes auto-tuning from the FMGC and the
VOC, ILS and ADF receivers are controlled by
the RMP.
The switch illuminates green when pushed.
Pushing switch a second time returns control
to the FMGC.
STBY NAV Selection Switches (VOR, ILS,
MLS & ADF)
When the NAV switch is selected, enables
tuning of the selected navaid via the frequency
selector knobs.
Each RMP tunes its respective VOR.
Tuning an ILS on either RMP tunes both ILS
receivers, if both RMPs are in the standby NAV
mode.
The ADF can only be tuned on RMP 1.
BFO Switch
When selected, the Beat Frequency Oscillator
mode becomes active, provided the ADF
receiver is selected.
ON/OFF Switch
Controls the power supply to the Radio
Management
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5.9. a320 Throttle Controls
When pushed in, selected the associated
channel for transmission and the three green
lines illuminate. The channel is deselected by
pushing the switch again or selecting another
channel.
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VHF/HF - When pushed, allows
communication on applicable
transceiver. "CALL" flashes when a
SELCAL is received on the applicable
radio.
INT - When pushed, allows
communication on the flight interphone
system. "MECH" flashes when a call is
received from the external service
interphone panel. Light goes off after
60 seconds if not reset.
CAB - When pushed, allows
communication on the Cabin
interphone system or service
interphone. "ATT" flashes when a call
is received from a Flight Attendant
station. Light goes off after 60 seconds
if not reset.
PA - Used for PA transmission via
boom, oxygen mask or hand mike. The
transmission switch must be pressed
and held to use the PA system. PA
announcements can also be made
using the cockpit handset without
selecting the PA transmission switch.
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Reception Knobs
Select reception channels and adjust
associated audio levels. When knob is
released out, the respective channel is
selected and the knob illuminates.
INT / RAD Switch
Operates as a press-to-talk switch for boon or
oxygen mask microphones.
•
INT - The interphone is "hot" between
cockpit crew members, regardless of
the transmission switch selection. The
INT knob must be selected for
reception.
•
Neutral - Disconnects microphones
from transmission. Reception is
normal.
•
RAD - Connects boom or mask
microphones to facility selected on the
ACP. Spring-loaded to the neutral
position.
ON Voice Switch
Inhibits ADF and VOR IDENT signals. Switch
illuminates when pushed in.
Reset Switch
Extinguishes lights in the CALL, MECH and
ATT transmission switches.
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5.10. Instrument Panel & Pedestal Lighting Controls
Flood LT Main PNL Knob
Controls the intensity of the Center Instrument
Panel flood lighting.
INTEG LT Main PNL & PED Knob
Controls the intensity of the Main Panel and
Control Pedestal intgral lighting.
Door Unlock
Controls the Flight Deck Door and is used by
the pilots to keep that door locked at specific
altitudes during phases of the flight.
Flood LT PED Knob
Controls the intensity of the Control Pedestal
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flood lighting.
AIDS Print
Aircraft Integrated Data System ( AIDS ) allows
the airline to record and montior all available
parameters which are on the aircraft buses.
The button can be programmed ( over the
MCDU ) to trigger paper reports, DAR
recordings or ACARS transmissions of a select
amount of parameters.
DFDR Event
When pressed, an event flag will be written on
the DFDR.
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5.11.WX Radar Control Panel(A320)
Both the A320 & A319
SYS Switch
Activates Weather Radar to display on ND in
any mode except PLAN.
A320 Image/A319 Mode Selector
• WX - Provides 180° display of
continuously updated Weather Radar
information.
• MAP - text
• A320 WX/TURB - Provides 180°
display of Turbulence and Weather to
40nm and Weather only beyond 40
nm.
• A319 WX+T - Provides 180 display of
Turbulence and Weather to 40nm and
Weather only beyond 40 nm.
GAIN Knob
Allows automatic Gain adjustment when
positioned to AUTO and manual adjustment up
to MAX.
TILT Knob
Controls antenna Tilt angle with reference to
horizon. Tilt angle is displayed on lower-right
corner of ND.
Clockwise rotation commands Tilt up and
counter-clockwise commands Tilt down.
Just the A319
PWS Switch
• OFF - Deactivates PWS
• AUTO - Activates PWS provided:
• One engine is operating
• The airplane is below 2300
feet RA
• The TCAS/XPDR switch is in
any position other than STBY
GND CLTR SPRS Switch
• ON - Suppresses the ground echo on
the screen.
• OFF - Normal switch position.
•
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5.12. A320 Cabin Handset
PA All
When pushed, the Passenger Address system provides cabin announcement capability from the
cockpit. Volume output is automatically increased when an engine is operating.
CAPT. Switch
When pushed, the ATT light illuminates on all ACPs and a buzzer sounds in the cockpit. "CAPTAIN"
message is displayed at the respective Flight Attendant Interphone panel
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5.13 F/O´s FMC
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5.14 F/O´s Radio
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5.15. F/O´s Throttle Control
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5.16. F/O´s Light Control
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5.17. TCAS/ATC Control Panel(A320)
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Above/Below Switches
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N - Vertical coverage of 2700' Above
and Below airplane altitude.
Above/Below - Vertical coverage of
9900' Above or Below airplane
altitude. Opposite altitude remains
2700'.
De-Activate
ATC Fail Light (red)
Indicates a failure of the selected transponder.
Transponder Code Indicator
(Window)
IDENT Button
Displays current Transponder Code.
TCAS/XPDR Selector
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STBY - TCAS and the transponders
are in the warmup cycle. Message
"TCAS STBY" will appear in green on
upper ECAM.
XPDR - The transponder is ON and
TCAS is in the warmup cycle.
TA - The ATC/TCAS system is ON and
all Proximate Traffic and Traffic
Advisory functions of TCAS are
operable. Resolution Advisories and
vertical guidance function are inhibited.
Target symbols will be visible only
when a TA is active.
TA/RA - The ATC/TCAS system is ON
and all Proximate Traffic, Traffic
Advisory and Resolution Advisory
functions of TCAS are operable.
Target symbols will be visible only
when a TA or RA is active.
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Code Selector Knob
Selects TCAS/ATC Code.
DEACT
•
TFC - The ATC/TCAS system is ON
and all transponder equipped airplanes
within 40 nm and the altitude slice
selected by the ABOVE/BELOW
switch are displayed full time: Other,
Proximate, TA and RA traffic.
According to Kevin Camilleri A320 F/O, when a
aircraft, during a flight, is handed over to
another controller, that controller may request
the crew to "IDENT" by saying e.g. "American
590 squawk ident." The crew can push this
button which will send a signal to the ground
radars and highlight the aircraft on the ATC
screen. The controller can then confirm that
the target is actually the aircraft he just spoke
to.
Transponder Selector
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5.18. ACARS Data Printer(A320)
SLEW Switch
Advances the paper when pushed
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5.19. A320 SideStick
RIGHT" audio voice message
according to control configuration.
Takeover (Priority) Switch
When pressed:
• Disconnects autopilot
• When held in, deactivates the other
Sidestick and allows full singular
control. Holding switch for more than
30 seconds latches the system,
allowing the switch to be released
without losing priority.
A deactivated stick can be reactivated
at any time by momentarily pushing
either priority switch.
•
If the priority switches on both
sidesticks are pushed, the last one
activated assumes priority.
Illuminates Glareshield SIDE STICK
PRIORITY lights and activates
"PRIORITY LEFT" or "PRIORITY
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Transmit Switch
Operates as a push-to-talk switch for boom or
oxygen mask microphones.
• Neutral - Boom and mask
microphones are disconnected from
transmission, although reception is
normal. Switch is spring-loaded to
neutral.
• Transmit - When selected, provides
transmission to the facility selected on
the ACP transmission switch. If
transmit is selected on the sidestick
when the ACP INT/RAD switch is set
to INT, the transmit function has
priority over the interphone function.
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7 Acronyms & Definitions
A
F
ACARS Aircraft Communications Addressing
and Reporting System
ACFT Aircraft
ACPT Accept
ADF Automatic Direction Finder
ADS Automatic Dependent Surveillance
AES Airborne Earth Station
AEIS Automatic Enroute Information Service
AFDS Autopilot Flight Director System
AFN ATS Facilities Notification
AFTN Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunications
Network
AGL Above Ground Level
ALT Altitude
ALTM Altimeter
ALTN Alternate
ANP Actual Navigation Performance
APT Airport
APU Auxiliary Power Unit
ATC Air Traffic Control
ATIS Automatic Terminal Information Service
FANS 1 Future Air Navigation System 1
FMCS Flight Management Computer System
FOB Fuel on Board
FPF Flight Plan Forecast
FPT Flight Plan Time
B
BF Boarded Fuel
BKN Broken
BLK Blank
GNSS Global Navigation Satellite System
GPS Global Positioning System
GPWS Ground Proximity Warning System
GOSSU Global Positioning System Sensor
Unit
H
HDG Heading
HF High Frequency
HGA High Gain Antenna
HPA Hectopascals
I
IAS Indicated Airspeed
IDG Integrated Drive Generators
IN Inches of Mercury
INMARSAT International Maritime Satellite
J
C
K
Centigrade
CANC/RCL Cancel / Recall
CDU Control Display Unit
CLB Climb
CLR Clear
CNS Communication, Navigation and
Surveillance
CPDLC Control ler/Pilot Datalink
Communications (ICAO)
CRZ Cruise
KT Knots
L
LAT Latitude
LDG Landing
LNAV Lateral Navigation
LONG Longitude
M
D
DARPS Dynamic Air Route Planning System
DES Descend
DEST Destination
DNLNK Downlink
M Mach
MCDU Multifunction Control Display Unit
MCP Mode Control Panel
MFD Multifunction Display
N
ND Navigation Display
NM Nautical Mile
E
ECS Environmental Control System
EFIS Electronic Flight Instrument System
EICAS Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting
System
EMER Emergency
EST Estimate
ETA Estimate Time of Arrival
ETD Estimate Time of Departure
ETE Estimate Time Enroute
ETR Estimate Time Remaining
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G
O
P
PFC Primary Flight Computers
PFD Primary Flight Display
Q
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RAIM Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitor
RNP Required Navigation Performance
RTA Required Time Of Arrival
RWY Runway
S
SATCOM Satellite Communication
SATNAV Satellite Navigation
SELCAL Selective Calling
STAB Stabilizer
V
V1 Takeoff Decision Speed
V2 Scheduled Takeoff Target Speed
VHF Very High Frequency
VNAV Vertical Navigation
VOR VHF Omnidirectional Range
W
WPT Waypoint
T
X
TCAS Traffic Collision Avoidance System
TDM Track Detail Message
TWDL Two Way Datalink
Y
U
Z
UPLNIK Uplink
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