The PSEU light will illuminate after 60 sec and the master caution will illuminated with an overhead caption.
The Master Caution will illuminated with an overhead caption.
The PSEU light will illuminate after 30 sec and the master caution will illuminated with an overhead caption.
The PSEU light will illuminate.
Below fuselage, at front wheel
Below fuselage, at wheel well
Below Captains Window
Below First Officers Window
8 degrees rudderpedals - 78 degrees tiller
7 degrees rudderpedals - 70 degrees tiller
7 degrees rudderpedals - 78 degrees tiller
7 degrees rudderpedals - 77 degrees tiller
Below fuselage, by E/E compartment and a green disc
Below FO's window and a blue disc
Below FO's window and a green disc
In wheel well and a blue disc
Underneeth the fuselage, at the front
Below FO's window
In wheel well
Below Captains window
Behind the Captain on P6
Behind the FO on P6
Below the Seat
In the Galley
8 doors, service doors are on the left
4 doors, service doors are on the left
4 doors, service doors are on the right
8 doors, service doors are on the right
There is a smoke detection system and a fire extinguishment system beneath the sink area. Fire extinguishment is automatic. Indication of smoke or extinguisher discharge on the flight deck.
There is a fire detection system and a fire extinguishment system beneath the sink area. Fire extinguishment is automatic. No indication of smoke or extinguisher discharge on the flight deck.
There is a smoke detection system and a fire extinguishment system beneath the sink area. Fire extinguishment is automatic. No indication of smoke or extinguisher discharge on the flight deck.
There is a fire detection system and a fire extinguishment system beneath the sink area. Fire extinguishment is automatic. Indication of smoke or extinguisher discharge on the flight deck.
115 volts DC, 400 cycles
220 volts AC, 400 cycles
115 volts AC, 400 cycles
220 volts DC, 400 cycles
On the overhead panel, electrical panel at flightdeck.
At the aft galley.
At the forward galley.
At the electrical panel in aft galley.
By bleed air from ENG 1
By an electrical heater under the sink
By the electrical Right Pack Pump
By APU Bleed air
No, this only applys for Engineers
Yes, in the overhead panel
Yes, from the front galley
Yes, but normally it is done by maintanance only.
Pneumatic system at 35 psi or electrically driven compressure below 30 psi. It builds up 40 psi and shuts off.
By the Electric driven Pack no. 1 pump
The system is connected to the hydraulic system
By one electric pump in the wheel well
In the front galley
In the overhead panel
In the rear galley
Outboard on the left side of fuseage
No, the airstairs can only be operated from the flightdeck
Yes, on the exterior fuselage
Yes, from the panel in the wheel weel
Yes, By a remote control
Yes, just make sure the outer area is clear
No because you are unable of watching the airstairs
No the door must be partially opened
No the door automatically works with the airstairs
Yes, from system A
No, by 115 volt AC
Yes, from system B
No, by a DC-driven pump
Yes if your are using standby sytem, but is dangerous and can damage the stairs and aircraft.
Yes, it is all automatically controlled
Yes, both outer and inner controls
No, the Batt swicth must be on
Yes from the outside it does not require battery swich to be on. Inside the battery must be on.
Yes, but only from the front galley panel
Yes, from the overhead panel
Left and right transfer bus (in air and on ground).
Only AC transfer BUS 2
Direcly to TR1 and TR2
To the Hot battery bus
Only bleed air to the left Pack system
Electrical power only
2 aircondition packs and electrical power
Electrical power and 1 aircondition pack.
FL250 – APU can operate can up to FL410.
FL270 - APU can operate up to FL410
FL150 - But usually a succesfull start until FL 350
2 minnutes after startup
Directly after startup
When the APU GEN OFF BUSS light illuminates.
When you turn it on
Overspeed, low oil pressure, fire, EGT exedance, high oil temp., or any condition shown by the fault light.
Never, you must at all times monitor the APU
When the OAT is below -50 degrees celcius
If cabin altitude is higher than 12.000 feet
It shuts down
It will not shut down before you turn the start switches
It shuts down after a 60 second delay
It shuts down after 120 second delay
On the ground and in the air.
When in flight mode with flaps extended
The APU temp exceeds 500 egt
Sucks from the left wingtank.
No fuel is available
From Right maintank
From the Centertank
By a gear driven fan.
By the Heat exchanger
By the Fuel flow from left maintank
By air inlets
By the EEC
By a temp control sensor
By the Fuel control unit (FCU)
By the CDU
In the rear cargo comp
RHS of forwards cargo compartment. Blow out disc below FO’s window.
Just above the FO
Beneeth the Captain
On overhead panel.
In the upper panel
In the fron galley panel
Just below the EFIS display
Yes But only in flight
Yes, But only by maintanense
In the PSUs (passenger service units) in the overhead panel. 4 masks on each side.
In the aft galley
In the flightdeck
Above the captain
Yes. Using a switch on the flight deck overhead panel.
Yes. Using the fire handle
Yes. But only in flight with flaps extended
By a chemical oxygen generators, activated by pulling on lanyards
By bleed air
By an engine driven pump
By the Oxygen bottle behind the FO
1850 PSI and 100 Litres
1800 PSI and 120 Liters
180 PSI and 120 Litres
1800 PSI and 100 Litres