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209, 215, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,
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31-21-21 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


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404, 406- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,
407

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1, 3- MOD.35538P9038 INCORPORATED 101-199, 901-999,
4, 6- AUTOFLIGHT-MULTIPURPOSE CONTROL AND
18, 26, DISPLAY UNIT (MCDU) -
28- 29, INSTALL HONEYWELL LCD MCDU

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34, 37,
41, 49-
56, 66,
68- 69,
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83- 86,
89-A000,
A003-A008,
A010,A017-
A020,A022,
A026,A029,
A031,A033-
A035,A038,
A043,A046-
A048,A051-
A052,A054,
A056,A058-
A060,A063-
A064,A067-
A068,A071-
A072,A076,
A078,A081,
A085-A086,
A089,A091,
A094-B004,
B006,B008-
B012,B017-
B020

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EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

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1- 3, MOD.30142K6308 INCORPORATED ALL


8- 9, INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-CFDS-
12- 14, INSTALL FLIGHT DATA INTERFACE MNGT UNIT
18- 22, (FDIMU) FROM VENDOR TELEDYNE
24- 25, MOD.31279K7266 INCORPORATED 101-199, 901-999,
27-A011 INDICATING/RECORDING SYS-DFDRS-DEFINE
OPTICAL QAR (ARINC 591/ARINC 404)
SPIRENT SYSTEMS P/N D52000-42200 (BFE)
TITLE OF TOPIC UPDATED ALL
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

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201- 230 MOD.30142K6308 INCORPORATED 101-199, 901-999,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-CFDS-
INSTALL FLIGHT DATA INTERFACE MNGT UNIT
(FDIMU) FROM VENDOR TELEDYNE
MOD.31279K7266 INCORPORATED 101-199, 901-999,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYS-DFDRS-DEFINE
OPTICAL QAR (ARINC 591/ARINC 404)
SPIRENT SYSTEMS P/N D52000-42200 (BFE)
LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED ALL
TITLE OF TOPIC UPDATED ALL
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 101-199, 901-999,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-33-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


501- 503, MOD.30142K6308 INCORPORATED 101-199, 901-999,
506- 508, INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-CFDS-
510- 543 INSTALL FLIGHT DATA INTERFACE MNGT UNIT
(FDIMU) FROM VENDOR TELEDYNE
MOD.31279K7266 INCORPORATED ALL
INDICATING/RECORDING SYS-DFDRS-DEFINE
OPTICAL QAR (ARINC 591/ARINC 404)
SPIRENT SYSTEMS P/N D52000-42200 (BFE)
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 101-199, 901-999,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-33-16 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 402, MOD.30142K6308 INCORPORATED 101-199, 901-999,
404- 409 INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-CFDS-
INSTALL FLIGHT DATA INTERFACE MNGT UNIT
(FDIMU) FROM VENDOR TELEDYNE
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

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301- 316 MOD.31279K7266 INCORPORATED 101-199, 901-999,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYS-DFDRS-DEFINE
OPTICAL QAR (ARINC 591/ARINC 404)

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SPIRENT SYSTEMS P/N D52000-42200 (BFE)


CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 101-199, 901-999,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-33-52 MOD.31279K7266 INCORPORATED ALL


406 INDICATING/RECORDING SYS-DFDRS-DEFINE
OPTICAL QAR (ARINC 591/ARINC 404)
SPIRENT SYSTEMS P/N D52000-42200 (BFE)
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT)

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32-A028

31-36-00 03 MOD.21701P1866 INCORPORATED 101-199,


1-A012 ENGINE INDICATING-MONITOR ENGINE
VIBRATIONS
MOD.30142K6308 INCORPORATED 101-199,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-CFDS-
INSTALL FLIGHT DATA INTERFACE MNGT UNIT
(FDIMU) FROM VENDOR TELEDYNE
MOD.34322K9322 INCORPORATED 101-199,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - DFDRS -
ADAPT SOFTWARE FIN SYSTEMATIC
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 101-199,

31-36-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


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INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-CFDS-
INSTALL FLIGHT DATA INTERFACE MNGT UNIT
(FDIMU) FROM VENDOR TELEDYNE
LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED ALL
TITLE OF TASK(S) DATA UPDATED ALL
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 101-199, 901-999,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-36-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


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INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-CFDS-
INSTALL FLIGHT DATA INTERFACE MNGT UNIT
(FDIMU) FROM VENDOR TELEDYNE
MOD.31058K7085 INCORPORATED 101-199,
INDG/RECORDING SYSTEM-IMPLEMENTATION
OF FAR 121.344 IN THE TELEDYNE SOFT.
FOR FDMIU (FDIU PART) (FDR REGULATIONS)
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 101-199, 901-999,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

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411- 414 INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-CFDS-
INSTALL FLIGHT DATA INTERFACE MNGT UNIT
(FDIMU) FROM VENDOR TELEDYNE
TITLE OF TASK(S) DATA UPDATED 101-199, 901-999,
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 101-199, 901-999,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-37-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 3, MOD.30142K6308 INCORPORATED ALL
5- 7, INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-CFDS-
9-A019 INSTALL FLIGHT DATA INTERFACE MNGT UNIT
(FDIMU) FROM VENDOR TELEDYNE
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-37-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


201- 206, MOD.30142K6308 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-016, 101-199,
208- 212 INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-CFDS- 901-999,
INSTALL FLIGHT DATA INTERFACE MNGT UNIT
(FDIMU) FROM VENDOR TELEDYNE
CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-012, 014-016, 101-199,
ADDED NOTE 901-999,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-012, 014-016, 101-199,
901-999,

31-37-21 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 3, MOD.30142K6308 INCORPORATED 101-199, 901-999,
11- 29 INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-CFDS-
INSTALL FLIGHT DATA INTERFACE MNGT UNIT
(FDIMU) FROM VENDOR TELEDYNE
MOD.33297K8601 INCORPORATED 101-199, 901-999,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - AIDS
INTERCONNECTION-INSTALL DMU S/W(SACF02)
CONNECTED TO FDIMU FOR CFMI (TELEDYNE)
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-37-49 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


6- 40 MOD.30142K6308 INCORPORATED 101-199, 901-999,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-CFDS-
INSTALL FLIGHT DATA INTERFACE MNGT UNIT
(FDIMU) FROM VENDOR TELEDYNE
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-37-51 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 3, MOD.30142K6308 INCORPORATED 101-199, 901-999,
11, 14- INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-CFDS-

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54 INSTALL FLIGHT DATA INTERFACE MNGT UNIT


(FDIMU) FROM VENDOR TELEDYNE
CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-012, 014-099, 901-999,
ADDED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR GWL VALUE
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-37-73 02 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1-B039 MOD.30142K6308 INCORPORATED 101-199, 901-999,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-CFDS-
INSTALL FLIGHT DATA INTERFACE MNGT UNIT
(FDIMU) FROM VENDOR TELEDYNE
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-38-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


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INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-CFDS-
INSTALL FLIGHT DATA INTERFACE MNGT UNIT
(FDIMU) FROM VENDOR TELEDYNE
TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 101-199, 901-999,
FORMAT TABLES UPDATED
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 101-199, 901-999,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-38-00 01 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


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EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-38-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


501- 507 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 101-199, 901-999,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-38-21 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 406 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 101-199, 901-999,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-38-22 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 405 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 101-199, 901-999,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-38-34 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 407 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 101-199, 901-999,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-50-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 5- MOD.22536P2590 INCORPORATED 101-199, 901-999,
6, 8- NAVIGATION - INSTALL A BENDIX TCAS II
16, 24- COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEM
95 MOD.25590P4287 INCORPORATED ALL

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INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC -


DEFINE OEB REMINDER WITHIN FWC STD -E1
AND SUBSEQUENT
MOD.30368P6578 INCORPORATED 101-199, 901-999,
INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEMS-
EIS-INSTALL DMC, DU AND DISKETTES
FOR EIS2
MOD.35220P9107 INCORPORATED 101-199,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS -
FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER (FWC) -
INSTALL FWC STANDARD H2F3
SB 31-1257 INCORPORATED ALL
INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INSTALL FWC STANDARD H2F2.
SB 31-1264 INCORPORATED ALL
INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - ACTIVATION OF F
WC HARD PIN PROGRAMMED FUNCTIONS.
TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS ALL
CHANGED WORDING CRT BY DISPLAY UNIT
CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-012, 014-099, 101-199,
WORDING MODIFIED : FLYING INSTEAD OF FLIGHT 901-999,
REPRINTED ALL
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) ALL

31-50-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


502, 506, SB 31-1257 INCORPORATED ALL
519- 524, INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - FLIGHT WARNING
532- 548 COMPUTER (FWC) - INSTALL FWC STANDARD H2F2.
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED ALL
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) ALL

31-51-00 MOD.35220P9107 INCORPORATED ALL


1- 2 INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS -
FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER (FWC) -
INSTALL FWC STANDARD H2F3
SB 31-1257 INCORPORATED ALL
INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INSTALL FWC STANDARD H2F2.
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) ALL

31-51-00 MOD.20011P0003 INCORPORATED ALL


301- 327 ELECTRICS- GENERATION- DISTRIBUTION-
V.U.S AND AVIONICS- DEFINE SYSTEMS OF
THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
MOD.20748P1116 INCORPORATED ALL
ELECTRICAL POWER - RELOCATE 3 CIRCUIT
BREAKERS FROM PANEL 120 VU TO 49 VU -
MOD.21678P1731 INCORPORATED ALL

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INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-SUPPLY THE


ND1 IN EMERGENCY CONFIGURATION -
MOD.25410P3898 INCORPORATED ALL
INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM-FWC-
INTRODUCE F.W.C. E1 STANDARD
MOD.25590P4287 INCORPORATED ALL
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC -
DEFINE OEB REMINDER WITHIN FWC STD -E1
AND SUBSEQUENT
MOD.26017P4480 INCORPORATED ALL
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-FLIGHT
WARNING COMPUTER (FWC)-INTRODUCE
FWC ST2 E2
MOD.30622P6589 INCORPORATED ALL
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-CFDIU-
INTRODUCE CFDIU STANDARD 9B
MOD.31396P7201 INCORPORATED ALL
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CFDIU -
RE-ACTIVATE BACK-UP CIRCUIT BREAKER
SB 31-1097 03 INCORPORATED ALL
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - GENERAL - FLIG
HT WARNING COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E1
STANDARD.
SB 31-1106 05 INCORPORATED ALL
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E2 STANDARD.
SB 31-1264 INCORPORATED ALL
INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - ACTIVATION OF F
WC HARD PIN PROGRAMMED FUNCTIONS.
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION ALL

31-51-21 MOD.20011P0003 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,


1- 25 ELECTRICS- GENERATION- DISTRIBUTION-
V.U.S AND AVIONICS- DEFINE SYSTEMS OF
THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
MOD.20059K0070 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
AIR CONDITIONING - CARGO COMPARTMENT -
VENTILATION - INSTALL SYSTEM IN AFT
COMPARTMENT -
MOD.22113P1840 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC -
INTRODUCE SOFTWARE C2
MOD.22548P2217 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS -
INTRODUCE C3 STD
MOD.22634P2545 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL
WARNING SYSTEM - DEFINE STD FWC

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FOR A321
MOD.22750P2659 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - INSTALL
FWC C4 STANDARD
MOD.23273P2908 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS -
DEFINE FWC STD C5
SB 31-1028 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC - INTRODUC
E SOFTWARE C2
SB 31-1040 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - DEFINE FWC C4
STANDARD
SB 31-1048 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC - INTRODUC
E FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER STANDARD C5
SB 31-1055 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FWC COMMON STANDARD FOR A3
20/A321
SB 31-1080 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER ST
ANDARD D2
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 001-012, 014-099,

31-51-22 MOD.20011P0003 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,


1- 24 ELECTRICS- GENERATION- DISTRIBUTION-
V.U.S AND AVIONICS- DEFINE SYSTEMS OF
THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
MOD.22113P1840 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC -
INTRODUCE SOFTWARE C2
MOD.22249P2316 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
AUTO FLIGHT - ACTIVATE WINDSHEAR
FUNCTION
MOD.22548P2217 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS -
INTRODUCE C3 STD
MOD.22634P2545 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL
WARNING SYSTEM - DEFINE STD FWC
FOR A321
MOD.22750P2659 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - INSTALL
FWC C4 STANDARD
MOD.23273P2908 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS -

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DEFINE FWC STD C5


MOD.24084P3415 INCORPORATED 028-099,
AUTO FLIGHT - A320/A321 FOR IAE AND CFM
ENGINES - INSTALL WIRING PROVISION FOR
ENERGY MANAGEMENT ACTIVATION
SB 22-1015 12 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
AUTO FLIGHT - FLIGHT AUGMENTATION - WINDSHEA
R WARNING AND GUIDANCE SYSTEM ACTIVATION
SB 31-1028 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC - INTRODUC
E SOFTWARE C2
SB 31-1040 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - DEFINE FWC C4
STANDARD
SB 31-1048 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC - INTRODUC
E FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER STANDARD C5
SB 31-1055 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FWC COMMON STANDARD FOR A3
20/A321
SB 31-1080 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER ST
ANDARD D2
SB 31-1097 03 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - GENERAL - FLIG
HT WARNING COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E1
STANDARD.
SB 31-1106 05 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E2 STANDARD.
SB 31-1141 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS - INTRODUC
E FWC STANDARD H1P-E3P.
SB 31-1257 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INSTALL FWC STANDARD H2F2.
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 001-012, 014-099,

31-51-23 MOD.20011P0003 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,


1- 11 ELECTRICS- GENERATION- DISTRIBUTION-
V.U.S AND AVIONICS- DEFINE SYSTEMS OF
THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
SB 31-1141 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS - INTRODUC
E FWC STANDARD H1P-E3P.
SB 31-1257 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,

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INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - FLIGHT WARNING


COMPUTER (FWC) - INSTALL FWC STANDARD H2F2.
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 001-012, 014-099,

31-51-24 MOD.20011P0003 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,


1- 39 ELECTRICS- GENERATION- DISTRIBUTION-
V.U.S AND AVIONICS- DEFINE SYSTEMS OF
THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
MOD.20024J0006 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
FUEL- INSTALL A CENTRE TANK SYSTEM-
MOD.20056P0073 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
AIR CONDITIONING- AVIONICS EQUIPMENT-
GROUND COOLING- INSTALL COOLING SYSTEM-
MOD.20059K0070 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
AIR CONDITIONING - CARGO COMPARTMENT -
VENTILATION - INSTALL SYSTEM IN AFT
COMPARTMENT -
MOD.22634P2545 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL
WARNING SYSTEM - DEFINE STD FWC
FOR A321
MOD.22750P2659 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - INSTALL
FWC C4 STANDARD
MOD.23273P2908 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS -
DEFINE FWC STD C5
SB 31-1040 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - DEFINE FWC C4
STANDARD
SB 31-1048 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC - INTRODUC
E FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER STANDARD C5
SB 31-1055 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FWC COMMON STANDARD FOR A3
20/A321
SB 31-1080 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER ST
ANDARD D2
SB 31-1097 03 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - GENERAL - FLIG
HT WARNING COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E1
STANDARD.
SB 31-1106 05 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E2 STANDARD.

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INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS - INTRODUC
E FWC STANDARD H1P-E3P.
SB 31-1257 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INSTALL FWC STANDARD H2F2.
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 001-012, 014-099,

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V.U.S AND AVIONICS- DEFINE SYSTEMS OF
THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
MOD.20059K0070 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
AIR CONDITIONING - CARGO COMPARTMENT -
VENTILATION - INSTALL SYSTEM IN AFT
COMPARTMENT -
MOD.20067K0035 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
FIRE PROTECTION - FWD CARGO COMPARTMENT -
INSTALL SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEM -
MOD.20069K0036 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
FIRE PROTECTION - AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT -
INSTALL SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEM -
MOD.20071K0037 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
FIRE PROTECTION - CARGO COMPARTMENT
FIRE EXTINGUISHING - INSTALL A SINGLE
SHOT SYSTEM -
MOD.22634P2545 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL
WARNING SYSTEM - DEFINE STD FWC
FOR A321
MOD.22750P2659 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - INSTALL
FWC C4 STANDARD
MOD.23273P2908 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS -
DEFINE FWC STD C5
SB 31-1040 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - DEFINE FWC C4
STANDARD
SB 31-1048 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC - INTRODUC
E FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER STANDARD C5
SB 31-1055 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FWC COMMON STANDARD FOR A3
20/A321
SB 31-1080 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN

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ANDARD D2
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THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
MOD.20024J0006 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
FUEL- INSTALL A CENTRE TANK SYSTEM-
MOD.22634P2545 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL
WARNING SYSTEM - DEFINE STD FWC
FOR A321
MOD.22750P2659 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - INSTALL
FWC C4 STANDARD
MOD.23273P2908 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS -
DEFINE FWC STD C5
SB 31-1040 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - DEFINE FWC C4
STANDARD
SB 31-1048 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC - INTRODUC
E FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER STANDARD C5
SB 31-1055 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FWC COMMON STANDARD FOR A3
20/A321
SB 31-1080 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER ST
ANDARD D2
SB 31-1097 03 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - GENERAL - FLIG
HT WARNING COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E1
STANDARD.
SB 31-1106 05 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E2 STANDARD.
SB 31-1141 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS - INTRODUC
E FWC STANDARD H1P-E3P.
SB 31-1257 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INSTALL FWC STANDARD H2F2.
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 001-012, 014-099,

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THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
MOD.20024J0006 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
FUEL- INSTALL A CENTRE TANK SYSTEM-
MOD.20165P0116 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
STD. PRACTICES-ENGINE - INSTALL IAE V2500
ENGINE RATED AT 23500 LBS
MOD.22634P2545 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL
WARNING SYSTEM - DEFINE STD FWC
FOR A321
MOD.22750P2659 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - INSTALL
FWC C4 STANDARD
MOD.23273P2908 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS -
DEFINE FWC STD C5
SB 31-1040 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - DEFINE FWC C4
STANDARD
SB 31-1048 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC - INTRODUC
E FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER STANDARD C5
SB 31-1055 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FWC COMMON STANDARD FOR A3
20/A321
SB 31-1080 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER ST
ANDARD D2
SB 31-1097 03 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - GENERAL - FLIG
HT WARNING COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E1
STANDARD.
SB 31-1141 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS - INTRODUC
E FWC STANDARD H1P-E3P.
SB 31-1257 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INSTALL FWC STANDARD H2F2.
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 001-012, 014-099,

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V.U.S AND AVIONICS- DEFINE SYSTEMS OF


THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
MOD.22634P2545 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL
WARNING SYSTEM - DEFINE STD FWC
FOR A321
MOD.22750P2659 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - INSTALL
FWC C4 STANDARD
MOD.23273P2908 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS -
DEFINE FWC STD C5
SB 31-1040 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - DEFINE FWC C4
STANDARD
SB 31-1048 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC - INTRODUC
E FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER STANDARD C5
SB 31-1055 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FWC COMMON STANDARD FOR A3
20/A321
SB 31-1080 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER ST
ANDARD D2
SB 31-1097 03 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - GENERAL - FLIG
HT WARNING COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E1
STANDARD.
SB 31-1106 05 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E2 STANDARD.
SB 31-1141 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS - INTRODUC
E FWC STANDARD H1P-E3P.
SB 31-1257 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INSTALL FWC STANDARD H2F2.
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 001-012, 014-099,

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THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
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INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL
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FOR A321
MOD.22750P2659 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - INSTALL
FWC C4 STANDARD
MOD.23273P2908 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS -
DEFINE FWC STD C5
SB 31-1040 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - DEFINE FWC C4
STANDARD
SB 31-1048 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC - INTRODUC
E FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER STANDARD C5
SB 31-1055 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FWC COMMON STANDARD FOR A3
20/A321
SB 31-1080 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER ST
ANDARD D2
SB 31-1097 03 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - GENERAL - FLIG
HT WARNING COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E1
STANDARD.
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 001-012, 014-099,

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V.U.S AND AVIONICS- DEFINE SYSTEMS OF
THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
MOD.21350P1491 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-REROUTE
CABLE TO ACCOMODATE MODE DFDR FAIL
IN PHASE 1 WARNING ON ECAM-
MOD.22634P2545 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL
WARNING SYSTEM - DEFINE STD FWC
FOR A321
MOD.22750P2659 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - INSTALL
FWC C4 STANDARD
MOD.23273P2908 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS -
DEFINE FWC STD C5
SB 31-1040 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - DEFINE FWC C4
STANDARD

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SB 31-1048 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,


INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC - INTRODUC
E FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER STANDARD C5
SB 31-1055 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FWC COMMON STANDARD FOR A3
20/A321
SB 31-1080 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER ST
ANDARD D2
SB 31-1097 03 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - GENERAL - FLIG
HT WARNING COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E1
STANDARD.
SB 31-1106 05 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E2 STANDARD.
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 001-012, 014-099,

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V.U.S AND AVIONICS- DEFINE SYSTEMS OF
THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
MOD.20127P0130 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
LANDING GEAR - WHEELS AND BRAKES -
INSTALL CARBON BRAKES AND ASSOCIATED
WHEELS (4 WHEEL BOGIE) -
MOD.22634P2545 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL
WARNING SYSTEM - DEFINE STD FWC
FOR A321
MOD.22750P2659 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - INSTALL
FWC C4 STANDARD
MOD.23273P2908 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS -
DEFINE FWC STD C5
SB 31-1040 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - DEFINE FWC C4
STANDARD
SB 31-1048 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC - INTRODUC
E FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER STANDARD C5
SB 31-1055 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FWC COMMON STANDARD FOR A3
20/A321

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SB 31-1080 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,


INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER ST
ANDARD D2
SB 31-1097 03 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - GENERAL - FLIG
HT WARNING COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E1
STANDARD.
SB 31-1106 05 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E2 STANDARD.
SB 31-1141 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS - INTRODUC
E FWC STANDARD H1P-E3P.
SB 31-1257 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INSTALL FWC STANDARD H2F2.
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 001-012, 014-099,

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THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
MOD.20030P0020 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
NAVIGATION - INSTALL A GPWS SYSTEM
MOD.22634P2545 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL
WARNING SYSTEM - DEFINE STD FWC
FOR A321
MOD.22750P2659 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - INSTALL
FWC C4 STANDARD
MOD.22769P2223 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
NAVIGATION - GPWS - INSTALL GPWC
MARK V WITH INTERFACE WITH CFDS
MOD.23273P2908 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS -
DEFINE FWC STD C5
SB 31-1040 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - DEFINE FWC C4
STANDARD
SB 31-1048 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC - INTRODUC
E FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER STANDARD C5
SB 31-1055 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FWC COMMON STANDARD FOR A3
20/A321

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SB 31-1080 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,


INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER ST
ANDARD D2
SB 31-1097 03 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - GENERAL - FLIG
HT WARNING COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E1
STANDARD.
SB 31-1106 05 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E2 STANDARD.
SB 31-1141 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS - INTRODUC
E FWC STANDARD H1P-E3P.
SB 31-1257 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INSTALL FWC STANDARD H2F2.
SB 34-1042 35 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
NAVIGATION - GPWS - INSTALL GPWS SYSTEM MARK
V WITH INTERFACE WITH CFDS.
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 001-012, 014-099,

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THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
MOD.22634P2545 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL
WARNING SYSTEM - DEFINE STD FWC
FOR A321
MOD.22750P2659 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - INSTALL
FWC C4 STANDARD
MOD.23273P2908 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS -
DEFINE FWC STD C5
SB 31-1040 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - DEFINE FWC C4
STANDARD
SB 31-1048 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC - INTRODUC
E FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER STANDARD C5
SB 31-1055 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FWC COMMON STANDARD FOR A3
20/A321
SB 31-1080 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN

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ANDARD D2
SB 31-1097 03 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - GENERAL - FLIG
HT WARNING COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E1
STANDARD.
SB 31-1257 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INSTALL FWC STANDARD H2F2.
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 001-012, 014-099,

31-51-49 MOD.20011P0003 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,


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V.U.S AND AVIONICS- DEFINE SYSTEMS OF
THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 001-012, 014-099,

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V.U.S AND AVIONICS- DEFINE SYSTEMS OF
THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
MOD.20062P0083 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-019,
DOORS - INSTALL ENTRANCE STAIRS AT
FWD PAX DOOR
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 001-012, 014-099,

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V.U.S AND AVIONICS- DEFINE SYSTEMS OF
THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
MOD.20165P0116 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
STD. PRACTICES-ENGINE - INSTALL IAE V2500
ENGINE RATED AT 23500 LBS
MOD.22634P2545 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL
WARNING SYSTEM - DEFINE STD FWC
FOR A321
MOD.22750P2659 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - INSTALL
FWC C4 STANDARD
MOD.23273P2908 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS -
DEFINE FWC STD C5
MOD.24084P3415 INCORPORATED 028-099,
AUTO FLIGHT - A320/A321 FOR IAE AND CFM
ENGINES - INSTALL WIRING PROVISION FOR
ENERGY MANAGEMENT ACTIVATION
SB 31-1040 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,

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INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - DEFINE FWC C4


STANDARD
SB 31-1048 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC - INTRODUC
E FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER STANDARD C5
SB 31-1055 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FWC COMMON STANDARD FOR A3
20/A321
SB 31-1080 02 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL WARNIN
G SYSTEM - INSTALL FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER ST
ANDARD D2
SB 31-1097 03 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - GENERAL - FLIG
HT WARNING COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E1
STANDARD.
SB 31-1106 05 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E2 STANDARD.
SB 31-1141 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS - INTRODUC
E FWC STANDARD H1P-E3P.
SB 31-1257 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INSTALL FWC STANDARD H2F2.
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 001-012, 014-099,

31-52-00 01 MOD.20011P0003 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,


1-B067 ELECTRICS- GENERATION- DISTRIBUTION-
V.U.S AND AVIONICS- DEFINE SYSTEMS OF
THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
MOD.20024J0006 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
FUEL- INSTALL A CENTRE TANK SYSTEM-
MOD.20030P0020 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
NAVIGATION - INSTALL A GPWS SYSTEM
MOD.20139J0016 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
LANDING GEAR - MAIN LANDING GEAR -
INSTALL A 4 WHEEL BOGIE -
MOD.20165P0117 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
POWER PLANT - ENGINE - INSTALL
IAE V2500 ENGINE RATED AT 25.000 LBS
MOD.20963P1260 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC -
INSTALL EQUIPMENT STANDARD L8 -
MOD.22113P1840 INCORPORATED 020-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC -
INTRODUCE SOFTWARE C2

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MOD.22634P2545 INCORPORATED 028-099,


INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL
WARNING SYSTEM - DEFINE STD FWC
FOR A321
MOD.22750P2659 INCORPORATED 020-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - INSTALL
FWC C4 STANDARD
MOD.22769P2223 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
NAVIGATION - GPWS - INSTALL GPWC
MARK V WITH INTERFACE WITH CFDS
MOD.23273P2908 INCORPORATED 020-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS -
DEFINE FWC STD C5
SB 31-1141 04 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWS - INTRODUC
E FWC STANDARD H1P-E3P.
SB 31-1257 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INSTALL FWC STANDARD H2F2.
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 001-012, 014-099,

31-52-00 02 SB 31-1257 INCORPORATED ALL


1- 2 INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INSTALL FWC STANDARD H2F2.

31-53-33 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 406 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 101-199, 901-999,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-53-34 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 405- MOD.25410P3898 INCORPORATED ALL
409 INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM-FWC-
INTRODUCE F.W.C. E1 STANDARD
MOD.25590P4287 INCORPORATED ALL
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FWC -
DEFINE OEB REMINDER WITHIN FWC STD -E1
AND SUBSEQUENT
MOD.26017P4480 INCORPORATED ALL
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-FLIGHT
WARNING COMPUTER (FWC)-INTRODUCE
FWC ST2 E2
SB 31-1097 03 INCORPORATED ALL
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - GENERAL - FLIG
HT WARNING COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E1
STANDARD.
SB 31-1106 05 INCORPORATED ALL
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INTRODUCE FWC E2 STANDARD.

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INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INSTALL FWC STANDARD H2F2.
SB 31-1264 INCORPORATED ALL
INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - ACTIVATION OF F
WC HARD PIN PROGRAMMED FUNCTIONS.
LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED ALL
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 020-099, 101-199, 901-999,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) ALL

31-54-00 01 MOD.20011P0003 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,


1-A033 ELECTRICS- GENERATION- DISTRIBUTION-
V.U.S AND AVIONICS- DEFINE SYSTEMS OF
THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
MOD.20024J0006 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
FUEL- INSTALL A CENTRE TANK SYSTEM-
MOD.20056P0073 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
AIR CONDITIONING- AVIONICS EQUIPMENT-
GROUND COOLING- INSTALL COOLING SYSTEM-
MOD.20062P0083 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-019,
DOORS - INSTALL ENTRANCE STAIRS AT
FWD PAX DOOR
MOD.20127P0130 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
LANDING GEAR - WHEELS AND BRAKES -
INSTALL CARBON BRAKES AND ASSOCIATED
WHEELS (4 WHEEL BOGIE) -
MOD.20165P0117 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
POWER PLANT - ENGINE - INSTALL
IAE V2500 ENGINE RATED AT 25.000 LBS
MOD.20667P1019 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - MAKE
IRS IN ALIGN MESSAGE ON ECAM MEMO
PAGE EFFECTIVE FOR THE 3 IRUS -
MOD.22706P2546 INCORPORATED 028-099,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CENTRAL
WARNING SYSTEM - INSTALL SDAC A320/321
STANDARD
SB 31-1257 INCORPORATED 001-012, 014-099,
INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INSTALL FWC STANDARD H2F2.
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 001-012, 014-099,

31-54-00 02 SB 31-1257 INCORPORATED ALL


1 INDICATING RECORDING SYSTEM - FLIGHT WARNING
COMPUTER (FWC) - INSTALL FWC STANDARD H2F2.

31-55-34 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED ALL


401- 402, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) ALL

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31-60-00 02 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 52, MOD.22551P2438 INCORPORATED 101-199, 901-999,
54- 85 ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC COMMON INSTL -
WIRING FOR A321 OPTION MODS APPLIED STD
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-60-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


201- 202, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 020-099, 101-199, 901-999,
207- 210 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 020-099, 101-199, 901-999,

31-60-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


301- 343 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 101-199, 901-999,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-60-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


502- 504, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 101-199, 901-999,
515- 516, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,
519- 565

31-61-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 5- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 020-099, 101-199, 901-999,
6, 8-
9, 13,
16, 24,
26, 31,
33

31-62-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


5, 7, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,
13, 15-
16, 19,
21- 22,
24, 28,
30, 33,
38- 40,
43, 52-
53, 63,
73- 74

31-63-00 02 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 15 TITLE OF TOPIC UPDATED 101-199, 901-999,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-63-00 02 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 404 TITLE OF TOPIC UPDATED 101-199, 901-999,
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 101-199, 901-999,

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31-63-22 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 402, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 101-199, 901-999,
405- 414 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-63-22 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


609- 614 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 101-199, 901-999,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-63-34 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,


407

31-64-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 3- MOD.25819P4642 INCORPORATED 101-199, 901-999,
4, 9- NAVIGATION - WEATHER RADAR SYSTEM -
10, 12- ACTIVATE DUAL PREDICTIVE WINDSHEAR
13, 15, FUNCTION
17- 19, REPRINTED 101-199, 901-999,
24- 29, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 028-099, 101-199, 901-999,
31, 33,
35, 37-
39, 41-
43, 46-
48, 50-
53, 56-
57, 59-
60, 63-
65, 68-
72, 74-
80, 82-
85, 90-
91, 93-
94, 96-
99,A002,
A005-A008,
A010,A012-
A014,A016,
A019-A020,
A023-A024,
A026-A028,
A030-A033,
A035,A040-
A041,A046,
A048-A055,
A059-A062,
A064,A066,
A068-A069,

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A074-A076,
A079,A082-
A085,A087,
A091-A092,
A096-B004,
B007-B008,
B014-B017,
B019-B021,
B024-B026,
B028,B030,
B032-B033,
B036-B038,
B040,B043-
B044,B049-
B052,B054-
B056,B059-
B060

31-65-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 3- MOD.22536P2590 INCORPORATED 101-199, 901-999,
4, 13- NAVIGATION - INSTALL A BENDIX TCAS II
14, 18- COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEM
19, 21, MOD.25819P4642 INCORPORATED 101-199, 901-999,
23- 26, NAVIGATION - WEATHER RADAR SYSTEM -
28- 29, ACTIVATE DUAL PREDICTIVE WINDSHEAR
31- 32, FUNCTION
34- 36, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,
38, 40-
45, 50-
51, 53-
54, 56-
58, 60-
65, 67-
70, 72-
74, 77-
81, 83,
85- 86,
88, 90-
91, 93-
94, 97,
A001-A002,
A005-A007,
A009-A011,
A013-A017,
A019,A021,
A024-A028,
A030-A032,
A034-A037,

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A039-A040,
A042,A045,
A047,A064,
A066-A067,
A073-A075

31-66-00 02 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 36 MOD.22317P2380 INCORPORATED 101-199,
FLIGHT CONTROLS - ADAPT FLIGHT
CONTROLS TO A321 DEFINITION
MOD.22551P2438 INCORPORATED 101-199, 901-999,
ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC COMMON INSTL -
WIRING FOR A321 OPTION MODS APPLIED STD
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-67-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 2, MOD.20029K0024 INCORPORATED 101-199,
4- 5, DOORS- BULK CARGO COMPARTMENT- INSTALL
8- 9, AN ADDITIONAL DOOR AT FR 60/62-
11, 13- MOD.22551P2438 INCORPORATED 101-199,
14, 16, ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC COMMON INSTL -
19- 71 WIRING FOR A321 OPTION MODS APPLIED STD
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-67-21 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 2, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,
4- 5,
7- 8,
10- 12,
14- 15,
17- 18,
21- 24,
26, 28-
31, 34-
35, 38-
40, 43-
44, 47

31-67-24 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 2, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,
4- 9,
11- 13,
15- 27,
29- 30,
32- 38

31-67-27 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 2, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

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31-67-28 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 51 MOD.22551P2438 INCORPORATED ALL
ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC COMMON INSTL -
WIRING FOR A321 OPTION MODS APPLIED STD
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-012, 014-099, 101-199,
901-999,

31-67-29 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 2, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,
4- 5,
7- 9,
11- 12,
14- 15,
17- 21,
23- 24

31-67-32 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 2, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,
4- 7,
9- 24,
27- 28

31-67-36 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 2, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,
4- 5,
7- 9,
11- 12,
14- 15,
17- 20,
22- 24,
26- 29

31-67-49 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 2, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,
4- 5,
7- 9,
11- 13,
15, 17-
18

31-67-52 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 25 MOD.20029K0024 INCORPORATED 101-199,
DOORS- BULK CARGO COMPARTMENT- INSTALL
AN ADDITIONAL DOOR AT FR 60/62-
MOD.22551P2438 INCORPORATED 101-199,
ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC COMMON INSTL -

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EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-012, 014-099, 101-199,
901-999,

31-67-77 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 2, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,
4- 5,
7- 9,
11- 14,
16- 20

31-68-00 02 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 39 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,

31-68-00 MOD.21693P1604 INCORPORATED ALL


401, 404- NAVIGATION - TCAS - INSTALL SYSTEM
406, 411- PROVISION
413, 418, MOD.22536P2590 INCORPORATED ALL
421 NAVIGATION - INSTALL A BENDIX TCAS II
COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEM
TITLE OF TASK(S) DATA UPDATED ALL
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED ALL
WARNING/NOTE/REASON FOR THE JOB AMENDED ALL
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) ALL
MPD/MMEL/CDL DATA AMENDED ALL

31-69-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


2, 5- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 101-199, 901-999,
48, 50-
54, 56-
58, 60-
62, 64-
66, 68-
70, 72-
74, 76-
78, 80-
82, 84-
94, 96-
A001,A003-
A009,A011-
A015,A017-
A027,A029-
A030,A040

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RECORD T. of C. R 38 Feb01/07 31-10-00 218 May01/06


OF TEMP. T. of C. N 39 Feb01/07 31-10-00 R 219 Feb01/07
REVISION T. of C. N 40 Feb01/07 31-10-00 220 May01/06
T. of C. N 41 Feb01/07 31-10-00 221 May01/06
L.E.P. R 1-33 Feb01/07 T. of C. N 42 Feb01/07 31-10-00 222 May01/06
T. of C. R 1 Feb01/07 31-10-00 223 Nov01/06
T. of C. R 2 Feb01/07 31-00-00 1 May01/06 31-10-00 R 224 Feb01/07
T. of C. R 3 Feb01/07 31-00-00 R 2 Feb01/07
T. of C. R 4 Feb01/07 31-00-00 3 Feb01/96 31-14-25 201 Nov01/98
T. of C. R 5 Feb01/07 31-00-00 4 May01/06 31-14-25 202 Nov01/98
T. of C. R 6 Feb01/07 31-00-00 5 May01/06 31-14-25 203 Nov01/98
T. of C. R 7 Feb01/07 31-00-00 6 May01/06 31-14-25 204 Nov01/98
T. of C. R 8 Feb01/07 31-00-00 R 7 Feb01/07 31-14-25 205 Nov01/98
T. of C. R 9 Feb01/07 31-00-00 R 8 Feb01/07 31-14-25 206 Nov01/98
T. of C. R 10 Feb01/07 31-00-00 9 Nov01/05
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T. of C. R 13 Feb01/07 31-00-00 12 Nov01/05 31-21-00 R 3 Feb01/07
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T. of C. R 15 Feb01/07 31-00-00 14 May01/06 31-21-00 R 5 Feb01/07
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31-69-00 R 16 Feb01/07 31-69-00 67 May01/06 31-69-00 R A 18 Feb01/07
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31-69-00 R 20 Feb01/07 31-69-00 71 May01/06 31-69-00 R A 22 Feb01/07
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31-69-00 R 28 Feb01/07 31-69-00 79 May01/06 31-69-00 R A 30 Feb01/07
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31-69-00 R 39 Feb01/07 31-69-00 R 90 Feb01/07 31-69-00 A 41 Aug01/06
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31-69-00 R 53 Feb01/07 31-69-00 R A 4 Feb01/07 31-69-00 A 55 Aug01/06
31-69-00 R 54 Feb01/07 31-69-00 R A 5 Feb01/07 31-69-00 A 56 Aug01/06
31-69-00 55 May01/06 31-69-00 R A 6 Feb01/07 31-69-00 A 57 Aug01/06
31-69-00 R 56 Feb01/07 31-69-00 R A 7 Feb01/07 31-69-00 A 58 Aug01/06
31-69-00 R 57 Feb01/07 31-69-00 R A 8 Feb01/07 31-69-00 A 59 Aug01/06
31-69-00 R 58 Feb01/07 31-69-00 R A 9 Feb01/07 31-69-00 A 60 Aug01/06
31-69-00 59 May01/06 31-69-00 A 10 Aug01/06 31-69-00 A 61 Aug01/06
31-69-00 R 60 Feb01/07 31-69-00 R A 11 Feb01/07 31-69-00 A 62 Aug01/06
31-69-00 R 61 Feb01/07 31-69-00 R A 12 Feb01/07 31-69-00 A 63 Aug01/06
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INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - GENERAL
______________________________________ 31-00-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Description and Operation 1 ALL
Instruments and Panels 1 001-012, 014-099
Instruments and Panels 2 101-199, 901-999
Centralized Fault Display System 4 ALL
(Ref. 31-30-00)
Recording System (Ref. 31-30-00) 4 ALL
Electronic Instrument System 8 001-012, 014-099
(EIS)
Electronic Instrument System 8 101-199, 901-999
(EIS)

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INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROL PANELS 31-10-00
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Test Program after 201 ALL
Removal/Installation of a VU panel
OVERHEAD CONTROL AND INDICATING PANEL 31-14-25
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Floor Path Emergency-Lighting 201 ALL
Inhibition With Removal of the
Overhead Panel 25VU
Installation of the 25VU 204 ALL

ELECTRICAL CLOCK 31-21-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 7 ALL
Presentation and Operation 7 001-012, 014-099
Presentation and Operation 7 101-199, 901-999
Internal Arrangement 18 ALL
Interface 18 ALL
Sequence and Rating 18 ALL
Word Structure 21 ALL
Operation 21 ALL
Normal Conditions 21 001-012, 014-099
Normal Conditions 21 101-199, 901-999
Failure Configuration 21 ALL

ELECTRICAL CLOCK 31-21-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Procedure to set the Clock 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Clock 509 ALL

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CLOCK 31-21-21
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Clock (2FS) 401 ALL
Installation of the Clock (2FS) 406 ALL
Replacement of the clock batteries 409 001-012, 014-099

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CENTRALIZED FAULT DISPLAY SYSTEM (CFDS) 31-30-00
AND DATA RECORDING SYSTEM
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DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
CFDS 1 ALL
Data Recording System 1 ALL
System Description 1 ALL
CFDS 1 ALL
Data Recording System 1 ALL
Operation 4 ALL

CENTRALIZED FAULT DISPLAY INTERFACE 31-32-00


(CFDIU)
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Purpose of the Maintenance 1 ALL
Levels of Maintenance 1 ALL
Component Location 4 ALL
System Description 7 ALL
System Architecture 7 ALL
System BITE Functions 16 ALL
The Interface Unit : the CFDIU 25 ALL
The Complete System : CFDS 26 ALL
Flight/Ground Conditions of 64 ALL
Systems and the CFDIU
Standby Clock Function 74 ALL
Pin Programming Function 75 001-012, 014-099
Pin Programming Function 75 101-199, 901-999
Warning/Fault Messages Filtering 76 028-099, 101-199
Function 901-999,
Power Supply 77 ALL
Power Supply and Consumption 77 001-012, 014-099
Circuit Breakers 77 001-012, 014-099
Power Supply and Consumption 79 101-199, 901-999
Circuit Breakers 79 101-199, 901-999
Interfaces 81 ALL
CFDIU Inputs/Outputs 81 ALL
Interface with the MCDUs A 12 ALL
Interface with the Systems which A 13 001-012, 014-099
Provide General Parameters

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(clock, FWC, FDIU and FAC1 and
DMC1).
Interface with the Systems which A 17 101-199, 901-999
Provide General Parameters
(clock, FWC, FDIU and FAC1 and
DMC1).
Interface with the On-Board A 22 ALL
Printer
Interface with the Systems which A 23 ALL
Provide Aircraft Configuration
(AMU, CIDS1, FWC1, DMC1)
Interface with the Multi Mode A 23 ALL
Receiver (MMR)
Interface with the Air Traffic A 26 101-199, 901-999
Service Unit (ATSU)
Component Description A 26 ALL
Architecture A 26 001-012, 014-099
Architecture A 29 101-199, 901-999
Characteristics of the Normal A 29 001-012, 014-099
Channel
Characteristics of the Back-up A 29 001-012, 014-099
Channel
Switching Logic A 29 001-012, 014-099
Operation A 31 001-012, 014-099
Functions Proper to the CFDIU A 31 001-012, 014-099
Operation A 31 101-199, 901-999
Functions Proper to the CFDIU A 33 101-199, 901-999
Reports Proper to System BITEs A 73 ALL
Available on the MCDU
Printing of CFDIU and System A 92 001-012, 014-099
Reports
Printing of CFDIU and System A 94 101-199, 901-999
Reports
Transmission to Ground of CFDIU A 96 101-199, 901-999
and System Reports
Use of the CFDS by the B 1 ALL
Maintenance Operator
CFDS Backup Modes B 4 001-012, 014-099
CFDS BITE B 9 ALL
Constitution of the CFDS - B 9 001-012, 014-099
General
Constitution of the CFDS - B 10 101-199, 901-999
General
Power-Up Tests of the CFDIU B 11 001-012, 014-099
Power-Up Tests of the CFDIU B 11 101-199, 901-999
Processing of the General B 12 ALL

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Functions of the CFDS
Menu Mode of the CFDIU B 13 001-012, 014-099
Menu Mode of the CFDIU B 17 101-199, 901-999
Monitoring of the FWC 1 and 2 B 21 ALL
SYSTEM REPORT TEST - B 23 ALL
Indicating/Recording Systems -
CFDIU

CENTRALIZED FAULT DISPLAY INTERFACE 31-32-00


(CFDIU)
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Procedure for CFDS Switching to 201 001-012, 014-099
Back-up Mode
Procedure for Class 3 Faults 203 ALL
Reading
Procedure to use CFDS, the 209 ALL
aircraft being in the jacking
configuration .
Procedure to Get Access to the 214 ALL
SYSTEM REPORT/TEST Menu Page
Procedure to Get Access to the 217 ALL
SYSTEM REPORT/TEST/AIR COND Page
Procedure to Get Access to the 222 ALL
SYSTEM REPORT/TEST/COM Page
Procedure to Get Access to the 226 ALL
SYSTEM REPORT/TEST/ELEC Page
Procedure to Get Access to the 230 ALL
SYSTEM REPORT/TEST FIRE PROT Page
Procedure to Get Access to the 233 ALL
SYSTEM REPORT/TEST F/CTL Page
Procedure to Get Access to the 236 ALL
SYSTEM REPORT/TEST/ICE & RAIN Page
Procedure to Get Access to the 240 ALL
SYSTEM REPORT/TEST/INST Page
Procedure to Get Access to the 244 ALL
SYSTEM REPORT/TEST/L/G Page
Procedure to Get Access to the 247 ALL
SYSTEM REPORT/TEST NAV Page
Procedure to Get Access to the 253 ALL
SYSTEM REPORT/TEST/PNEU Page
Procedure to Get Access to the 256 ALL
SYSTEM REPORT/TEST/ENG Page
Procedure to Get Access to the 259 101-199, 901-999
SYSTEM REPORT/TEST/INFO SYS Page

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CENTRALIZED FAULT DISPLAY INTERFACE 31-32-00


(CFDIU)
SERVICING 301 ALL
Uploading of the Maintenance 301 001-012, 014-099
Filter Data Base to the CFDIU with
the Portable Data Loader (SFIM)
Uploading of the Maintenance 306 101-199, 901-999
Filter Data base to the CFDIU
Activation/Deactivation of the PFR 311 ALL
(Post Flight Report) FILTER
Activation/Deactivation of the 316 101-199, 901-999
Automatic Post Flight Report
Printout

CENTRALIZED FAULT DISPLAY INTERFACE 31-32-00


(CFDIU)
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Back-up 501 001-012, 014-099
Mode
Operational Test of the Back-up 504 101-199, 901-999
Mode
BITE Test of the Centralized Fault 508 ALL
Display Interface Unit (CFDIU)
Ground Scanning of the CFDIU 511 ALL
Read the POST FLIGHT REPORT for 514 001-012, 014-027
FCDC Class 2 Maintenance Messages
Read the POST FLIGHT REPORT for 516 001-012, 014-099
FDIU Class 2 Maintenance Messages
Read the POST FLIGHT REPORT for 518 001-012, 014-099
ECB Class 2 Maintenance Messages
Read the AVIONICS STATUS on the 520 ALL
MCDU
CFDIU TIME/DATE Initialization 523 ALL
INTERFACE UNIT - CENTRALIZED FAULT 31-32-34
DISPLAY (CFDIU)
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the CFDIU (1TW) 401 ALL
Installation of the CFDIU (1TW) 404 ALL

DIGITAL FLIGHT DATA RECORDING SYSTEM 31-33-00


INTERCONNECTION (FDIMU, DFDR, QAR)
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL

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System Description 3 ALL
System Architecture 12 001-012, 014-099
DFDRS Function: 18 101-199, 901-999
AIDS Function 21 101-199, 901-999
System Architecture 21 101-199, 901-999
System Architecture 22 001-012, 014-099
System Power Supply 22 ALL
Interface 29 ALL
FDIU Input Sources 29 001-012, 014-099
FDIMU (FDIU-Part) Input Sources 32 101-199, 901-999
Parameters 32 ALL
FDIU Input/Output Pin Assignment 34 001-012, 014-099
FDIMU (FDIU-Part) Input/Output 39 101-199, 901-999
Pin Assignment
Component Description 46 ALL
Flight Data Interface Unit 46 001-012, 014-019
(FDIU)
Flight Data Interface And 51 101-199, 901-999
Management Unit (FDIMU)
Flight Data Interface Unit 55 001-012, 014-099
(FDIU)
Input/Output Characteristics 56 001-012, 014-019
Input/Output Characteristics 57 020-099,
Input/Output Characteristics 58 101-199, 901-999
Input/Output Characteristics 60 001-012, 014-099
Digital Flight Data Recorder 65 001-012, 014-019
(DFDR)
Digital Flight Data Recorder 73 020-099,
(DFDR)
Digital Flight Data Recorder 74 101-199, 901-999
(DFDR)
Digital Flight Data Recorder 75 001-012, 014-099
(DFDR)
Linear Accelerometer (LA) 79 ALL
Quick Access Recorder (QAR) 79 101-199,
Quick Access Recorder (QAR) 90 901-999,
Quick Access Recorder (QAR) 92 001-012, 014-099
Operation/Control and Indicating 95 ALL
Energization 98 001-012, 014-099
Energization 98 101-199, 901-999
Energization A 1 001-012, 014-099
Control A 1 ALL
Indication A 4 001-012, 014-099
Indication A 4 101-199, 901-999
Indication A 5 001-012, 014-099
Lighting A 5 ALL

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Monitoring A 6 001-012, 014-099
Monitoring A 7 101-199, 901-999
Monitoring A 8 001-012, 014-099
Test BITE A 9 ALL
Conditions of Power-Up Test A 9 ALL
Initialization
Progress of Power-up Test A 9 ALL
Results of Power-up Test A 9 ALL
DFDRS Failure Messages A 10 001-012, 014-099
DFDRS Failure Messages A 11 101-199, 901-999

DIGITAL FLIGHT DATA RECORDING SYSTEM 31-33-00


INTERCONNECTION (FDIMU, DFDR, QAR)
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Cleaning Procedure of the Optical 201 101-199, 901-999
Lens of the QAR Drive
FDIMU (10TV) DFDRS Software Load 206 101-199, 901-999
Procedure
Optical QAR Software Load 212 901-999,
Procedure
Readout Procedure of the Digital 214 ALL
Flight Data Recorder
Procedure to Use the Aircraft 226 ALL
Coding Plug 197VC-A

DIGITAL FLIGHT DATA RECORDING SYSTEM 31-33-00


INTERCONNECTION (FDIMU, DFDR, QAR)
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Power 501 ALL
Interlocks and Status Monitoring
Operational Test of the Quick 510 ALL
Access Recorder (QAR)
Operational Test of DFDR System 519 ALL
thru the MCDU
Operational Test of the DFDR 529 ALL
Functional Test of the 532 ALL
Three-Axis-Accelerometer
Operational Test of the 535 101-199, 901-999
Three-Axis-Accelerometer thru the
MCDU
Operational Test of the DFDR 538 ALL
Underwater Locator Beacon (ULB)
ACCELEROMETER - THREE AXIS 31-33-16
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL

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Removal of the 401 ALL
Three-Axis-Accelerometer (LA)
Installation of the 406 ALL
Three-Axis-Accelerometer (LA)
INTERFACE UNIT - FLIGHT DATA (FDIU) 31-33-34
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-012, 014-099
Removal of the Flight Data 401 001-012, 014-099
Interface Unit (FDIU) (2TU)
Installation of the Flight Data 404 001-012, 014-099
Interface Unit (FDIU) (2TU)
RECORDER - QUICK ACCESS (QAR) 31-33-52
SERVICING 301 ALL
Replacement of the Disk with the 301 101-199, 901-999
QAR (3TU) Energized
Replacement of the Cassette with 308 ALL
the QAR (3TU) Energized
Replacement of the Cassette with 313 001-012, 014-099
the QAR (3TU) not Energized
RECORDER - QUICK ACCESS (QAR) 31-33-52
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Quick Access 401 ALL
Recorder (QAR) (3TU)
Installation of the Quick Access 405 ALL
Recorder (QAR) (3TU)
RECORDER - DIGITAL FLIGHT DATA (DFDR) 31-33-55
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Digital Flight Data 401 ALL
Recorder (DFDR)
Installation of the Digital Flight 406 ALL
Data Recorder (DFDR)
Replacement of the Underwater 410 ALL
Locator Beacon (ULB) and Battery

MULTIFUNCTION PRINTING (PRINTER) 31-35-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 1 ALL
Power Supply 3 ALL
Interface 3 ALL
Output parameters 3 ALL
Component Description 7 ALL
Operation 9 ALL
Paper 9 ALL
Paper Loading Procedure 9 ALL
Reports Print-out 9 ALL

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Test 9 ALL
Functional Test 9 ALL
Monitoring 9 ALL

MULTIFUNCTION PRINTING (PRINTER) 31-35-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Printer 501 ALL
PRINTER 31-35-22
SERVICING 301 ALL
Servicing of the Printer (4TW) 301 ALL
PRINTER 31-35-22
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Printer (4TW) 401 ALL
Installation of the Printer (4TW) 404 ALL

AIDS INTERCONNECTION ((FDIMU, DAR)) 31-36-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 1 001-012, 014-099
General 1 001-012, 014-099
Purpose of the Aircraft 1 001-012, 014-099
Integrated Data System
Component Location 1 001-012, 014-099
System Description 1 001-012, 014-099
System Architecture 5 001-012, 014-099
Power Supply 5 001-012, 014-099
Component Description 7 001-012, 014-099
Data Management Unit (DMU) 7 001-012, 014-099
Hardware Layout of DMU 7 001-012, 014-099
Hardware Determined Functions of 15 001-012, 014-099
DMU
General Functions of DMU 17 001-012, 014-099
General Rules for Formal Print 22 001-012, 014-099
Reports of DMU
Reports Transferred to ACARS of 28 001-012, 014-099
DMU
AIDS Programming of DMU 35 001-012, 014-099
Specific AIDS Functions of DMU 39 001-012, 014-099
Engine Condition and A/C 47 001-012, 014-099
Performance Monitoring of DMU
APU Condition Monitoring (ACM) A 69 001-012, 014-099
of DMU
Load Report <15> of the DMU A 86 001-012, 014-099
Three Programmable Reports (16, B 6 001-012, 014-099
17 and 18) of DMU
Environmental Condition System B 12 001-012, 014-099
(ECS) Report (19) of DMU

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Digital AIDS Recorder (DAR) B 27 001-012, 014-099
Operation/Control and Indicating B 32 001-012, 014-099
Energization B 32 001-012, 014-019
Energization B 32 001-012, 014-099
Control and Indication of MCDU B 32 001-012, 014-099
MCDU B 32 001-012, 014-099
MCDU Functions and Rules B 33 001-012, 014-099
MCDU Operation B 39 001-012, 014-099
Parameter Label Call-Up B 45 001-012, 014-099
AIDS Programming B 54 001-012, 014-099
DAR Programming B 56 001-012, 014-099
Modifying Call Ups B 68 001-012, 014-099
Programming Print Reports B 79 001-012, 014-099
Individual Report Programming B 87 001-012, 014-099
Programming Print Rules C 9 001-012, 014-099
Programming Flight Phase Logic C 9 001-012, 014-099
Limits
Modifying the Access Code C 13 001-012, 014-099
Handling the BITE via CFDS C 13 001-012, 014-099
Print Button C 21 001-012, 014-099
Lighting C 25 001-012, 014-099
Monitoring C 25 001-012, 014-099
Test BITE C 42 001-012, 014-099
Conditions of Power-up Test C 42 001-012, 014-099
Initialisation
Progress of Power-up Test C 42 001-012, 014-099
Results of Power-up Test C 42 001-012, 014-099

AIDS INTERCONNECTION (DMU, DAR) 31-36-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 2 1 901-999,
General 1 901-999,
AIDS Part Function: 1 901-999,
DFDRS Part Function: 1 901-999,
Component Location 1 901-999,
System Description 4 901-999,
System Architecture 4 901-999,
Power Supply 7 901-999,
Interface 7 901-999,
Architecture of Inputs 7 901-999,
FDIMU (DMU-Part) Input Sources 9 901-999,
Summary of Input/Output Data 11 901-999,
Filtered Parameters 24 901-999,
Printer Word 27 901-999,
Component Description 28 901-999,
Flight Digital Interface and 28 901-999,
Management Unit (FDIMU)

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Hardware Layout of the FDIMU 28 901-999,
Software Layout of the FDIMU 39 901-999,
(DMU-part)
Hardware Determined Function of 39 901-999,
the FDIMU
Software Determined Functions 41 901-999,
General Functions of the FDIMU 42 901-999,
General AIDS Function 48 901-999,
AIDS Reports 48 901-999,
Standard Header for Print 52 901-999,
Reports
FDIMU (DMU-part) Programming 55 901-999,
AIDS Data Recording 59 901-999,
Smart AIDS Recorder 59 901-999,
MDDU/PDL Functions 61 901-999,
ACARS Functions 61 901-999,
Operation/Control and Indicating 63 901-999,
Energization 63 901-999,
Control and Indication via MCDU 63 901-999,
MCDU Functions and Rules 63 901-999,
MCDU Operation 71 901-999,
MCDU AIDS Menu Levels 76 901-999,
User Access Levels 76 901-999,
Test BITE A 10 901-999,
AIDS Failure Messages A 13 901-999,
Power-On Reset of the FDIMU A 14 901-999,
CFDS Menu Function A 15 901-999,
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 3 1 101-199,
General 1 101-199,
AIDS Part Function: 1 101-199,
DFDRS Part Function: 1 101-199,
Component Location 1 101-199,
System Description 4 101-199,
System Architecture 4 101-199,
Power Supply 7 101-199,
Interface 9 101-199,
Architecture of Inputs 9 101-199,
FDIMU (DMU-Part) Input Sources 9 101-199,
Summary of Input/Output Data 10 101-199,
Filtered Parameters 23 101-199,
Printer Word 26 101-199,
Component Description 27 101-199,
Flight Data Interface Management 27 101-199,
Unit (FDIMU)
Hardware Structure of the FDIMU 27 101-199,
General Functions of the FDIMU 33 101-199,

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General AIDS Function 39 101-199,
AIDS Reports 39 101-199,
Standard Header for Print 43 101-199,
Reports
AIDS Data Recording 47 101-199,
GSE Functions 48 101-199,
MDDU/PDL Functions 48 101-199,
ACARS Functions 49 101-199,
Operation/Control and Indicating 51 101-199,
Energization 51 101-199,
Control and Indication via MCDU 51 101-199,
Remote Print Button 51 101-199,
MCDU Functions and Rules 52 101-199,
MCDU Operation 59 101-199,
AIDS MCDU Functions 62 101-199,
MCDU AIDS Access Levels 95 101-199,
Test BITE 96 101-199,
General 96 101-199,
Test 97 101-199,
AIDS Failure Messages 98 101-199,
CFDS Menu Function A 0 101-199,

AIDS INTERCONNECTION ((FDIMU, DAR)) 31-36-00


MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Update of the APU Hours and Cycles 201 001-012, 014-099
in the DMU after APU, ECB or DMU
Replacement
Update of the APU Hours and Cycles 204 101-199, 901-999
in the FDIMU after APU, ECB or
FDIMU Replacement
Update of the Engine Hours and 209 001-012, 014-099
Cycles in the DMU after Engine or
DMU Replacement
Update of the Engine Hours and 213 101-199, 901-999
Cycles in the FDIMU (10TV)
Printout of the APU Hours and 218 001-012, 014-099
Cycles
Printout of the Engine Hours and 221 001-012, 014-099
Cycles
Printout of the Engine / APU Hours 224 101-199, 901-999
and Cycles Stored in the FDIMU
(10TV)
Access to the Parameter Call-Up 228 ALL
Menus
FDIMU Programming Procedures 235 101-199, 901-999

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Printout of Stored Reports 246 101-199, 901-999
Printout of Manually Requested 252 101-199, 901-999
Reports
FDIMU (10TV) AIDS Software Load 258 101-199, 901-999
Procedure
AIDS Software Load Procedure 268 101-199, 901-999
through the PCMCIA-Card (PCMCIA =
Personal Computer Memory Card
International Association)
Dump Procedure to Download FDIMU 272 101-199, 901-999
Data
Download of FDIMU/DMU Data on a 277 901-999,
PCMCIA Card
Removal of the Personal Computer 280 101-199, 901-999
Memory Card (PCMCIA)
Installation of the Personal 283 101-199, 901-999
Computer Memory Card (PCMCIA)
Replacement of the FDIMU Batteries 288 901-999,

AIDS INTERCONNECTION ((FDIMU, DAR)) 31-36-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Test of the DMU (1TV) 501 001-012, 014-099
Test of the FDIMU (10TV) 505 101-199, 901-999
Test of the DAR (2TV) 514 001-012, 014-099
MANAGEMENT UNIT - DATA (DMU OR FDIMU) 31-36-34
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Data Management 401 001-012, 014-099
Unit (DMU) (1TV)
Removal of the FDIU/DMU (FDIMU) 404 101-199, 901-999
(10TV)
Installation of the Data 408 001-012, 014-099
Management Unit (DMU) (1TV)
Installation of the FDIU/DMU 411 101-199, 901-999
(FDIMU) (10TV)
RECORDER - DIGITAL AIDS (DAR) 31-36-52
SERVICING 301 001-012, 014-099
Replacement of the Cassette with 301 001-012, 014-099
the DAR (2TV) Energized
Replacement of the Cassette with 305 001-012, 014-099
the DAR (2TV) not Energized
Replacement of the Cassette 308 001-012, 014-099
RECORDER - DIGITAL AIDS (DAR) 31-36-52
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-012, 014-099
Removal of the Digital AIDS 401 001-012, 014-099
Recorder (DAR) (2TV)

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Installation of the Digital AIDS 404 001-012, 014-099
Recorder (DAR) (2TV)

AIDS INPUT INTERFACE ((FDIMU)) 31-37-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
System description 1 ALL
Architecture of Inputs 1 001-012, 014-099
Architecture of Inputs 1 101-199, 901-999
DMU Input Parameters 6 001-012, 014-099
FDIMU (DMU-part) Input 6 101-199, 901-999
Parameters
Procedure for the Fuel Flow 7 ALL
Parameter
Explanations to the Parameter 7 ALL
List
Parameter List 10 001-012, 014-099
Parameter List 14 101-199,
Parameter List 18 901-999,
Parameter List 68 101-199, 901-999
Alpha Call-up List 79 101-199,
(CFMI-Engines)
Alpha Call-up List A 8 901-999,
(CFMI-Engines)

AIDS INPUT INTERFACE ((FDIMU)) 31-37-00


MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 001-012, 014-016
101-199, 901-999
Check of the Load-Report Parameter 201 001-012, 014-016
after Hard/Overweight Landing or 101-199, 901-999
Excessive Turbulence
AIDS - ECS REPORTS 31-37-21
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Reports 1 ALL
ECS Report <19> 1 ALL
AIDS - APU REPORTS 31-37-49
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Reports 1 ALL
APU MES/IDLE Report <13> 1 ALL
APU Shut Down Report <14> 18 ALL
Report Limits for APU MES/IDLE 35 001-012, 014-099
Report <13>.
Report Limits for APU Shutdown 37 001-012, 014-099

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AIDS - STRUCTURE REPORTS 31-37-51
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Load Reports 1 ALL
Load Report <15> 1 ALL
Report Limits for Load Report 45 001-012, 014-099
<15>.
Report Limits for Load Report 51 101-199, 901-999
<15>
AIDS - ENGINE REPORTS 31-37-73
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 1 001-012, 014-099
General 1 001-012, 014-099
Reports 1 001-012, 014-099
Engine Cruise Report <01> 1 001-012, 014-099
Cruise Performance Report <02> 16 001-012, 014-099
Engine Take-Off Report <04> 32 001-012, 014-099
Engine Report On Request <05> 47 001-012, 014-099
Engine Gas Path Advisory Report 55 001-012, 014-099
<06>
Engine Mechanical Advisory 67 001-012, 014-099
Report <07>
Engine Divergence Report <09> 77 001-012, 014-099
Engine Start Report <10> 88 001-012, 014-099
Engine Run Up Report <11> 99 001-012, 014-099
Report Limits for Engine Cruise A 10 001-012, 014-099
Report <01>
Report Limits for Cruise A 16 001-012, 014-099
Performance Report <02>
Report Limits for Engine T/O A 22 001-012, 014-099
Report <04>
Report Limits for Engine Report A 25 001-012, 014-099
On Request <05>.
Report Limits for Engine Gas A 28 001-012, 014-099
Path Advisory Report <06>.
Report Limits for Engine A 31 001-012, 014-099
Mechanical Advisory Report <07>.
Report Limits for Engine A 34 001-012, 014-099
Divergence Report <09>.
Report Limits for Engine Start A 40 001-012, 014-099
Report <10>.
Report Limits fpr Engine Run-up A 43 001-012, 014-099
Report <11>.
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 2 1 101-199, 901-999
General 1 101-199, 901-999
Reports 1 101-199, 901-999

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Engine Cruise Report <01> 1 101-199, 901-999
Cruise Performance Report <02> 35 101-199, 901-999
Engine Take-Off Report <04> 56 101-199, 901-999
Engine Report On Request <05> 66 101-199, 901-999
Engine Gas Path Advisory Report 71 101-199, 901-999
<06>
Engine Mechanical Advisory 81 101-199, 901-999
Report <07>
Engine Divergence Report <09> 87 101-199, 901-999
Engine Start Report <10> A 0 101-199, 901-999
Engine Run Up Report <11> A 11 101-199, 901-999
Report Limits for Engine Cruise A 16 101-199,
Report <01>
Report Limits for Cruise A 31 101-199,
Performance Report <02>
Report Limits for Engine T/O A 46 101-199,
Report <04>
Report Limits for Engine Report A 51 101-199,
On Request <05>.
Report Limits for Engine Gas A 56 101-199,
Path Advisory Report <06>.
Report Limits for Engine A 61 101-199,
Mechanical Advisory Report <07>.
Report Limits for Engine A 66 101-199,
Divergence Report <09>.
Report Limits for Engine Start A 76 101-199,
Report <10>.
Report Limits fpr Engine Run-up A 81 101-199,
Report <11>.
Report Limits for Engine Cruise A 86 901-999,
Report <01>
Report Limits for Cruise A 98 901-999,
Performance Report <02>
Report Limits for Engine T/O B 9 901-999,
Report <04>
Report Limits for Engine Report B 13 901-999,
On Request <05>.
Report Limits for Engine Gas B 17 901-999,
Path Advisory Report <06>.
Report Limits for Engine B 21 901-999,
Mechanical Advisory Report <07>.
Report Limits for Engine B 25 901-999,
Divergence Report <09>.
Report Limits for Engine Start B 33 901-999,
Report <10>.
Report Limits fpr Engine Run-up B 37 901-999,

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UP AND DOWN DATA LOADING SYSTEM 31-38-00


ACQUISITION/INTERFACE AND EQUIPMENT
(DLRB, DLS)
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 101-199, 901-999
General 1 101-199, 901-999
UPLOADING Function (only on 1 101-199,
ground)
UPLOADING Function (only on 1 901-999,
ground)
DOWNLOADING Function 1 901-999,
Component Location 2 101-199, 901-999
System Description 8 101-199, 901-999
Description 8 101-199,
Description 11 901-999,
Architecture 12 101-199, 901-999
Power Supply 15 101-199, 901-999
28VDC Power Supply 15 101-199, 901-999
115VAC Power Supply 15 101-199, 901-999
Circuit Breakers 15 101-199, 901-999
Interface 17 101-199, 901-999
Input/Output Capacity 17 101-199, 901-999
Exchange from disk unit to 19 101-199, 901-999
target computers
Exchange from target computers 21 101-199, 901-999
to disk unit
RS422 Interface 23 101-199, 901-999
RS-232 Interface 24 101-199, 901-999
ARINC 603 Compatibility 24 101-199, 901-999
3.5 Inch Disk 25 101-199, 901-999
MDDU Interface (Messages) 26 101-199, 901-999
Data Loading Selector (DLS) 28 101-199, 901-999
Interface (Messages)
Component Description 32 101-199, 901-999
MDDU Description 32 101-199, 901-999
DLRB Description 34 101-199, 901-999
DLS Description 36 101-199, 901-999
Operation 39 101-199, 901-999
MDDU 39 101-199, 901-999
DLRB 43 101-199, 901-999
DLS 43 101-199, 901-999
Operation/Control and indicating 45 101-199, 901-999
MDDU 45 101-199, 901-999
DLS 49 101-199, 901-999
DLRB 49 101-199, 901-999

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BITE 50 101-199, 901-999
DLRB BITE Test 50 101-199, 901-999
Maintenance message 51 101-199, 901-999
MDDU BITE Test 51 101-199, 901-999

UP AND DOWN DATA LOADING SYSTEM 31-38-00


ACQUISITION/INTERFACE AND EQUIPMENT
(DLRB, DLS)
SERVICING 1 301 101-199, 901-999
Uploading Procedure 301 101-199, 901-999

UP AND DOWN DATA LOADING SYSTEM 31-38-00


ACQUISITION/INTERFACE AND EQUIPMENT
(DLRB, DLS)
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 101-199, 901-999
BITE Test of the Data Loading 501 101-199, 901-999
Routing Box (DLRB)
BITE Test of the Multipurpose Disk 504 101-199, 901-999
Drive Unit (MDDU)
SELECTOR - DATA LOADING 31-38-21
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 101-199, 901-999
Removal of the Data Loading 401 101-199, 901-999
Selector (101TD)
Installation of the Data Loading 404 101-199, 901-999
Selector (101TD)
MDDU (MULTIPURPOSE DISK DRIVE UNIT) 31-38-22
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 101-199, 901-999
Removal of the MDDU (1TD) 401 101-199, 901-999
Installation of the MDDU (1TD) 404 101-199, 901-999
ROUTING BOX - DATA LOADING 31-38-34
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 101-199, 901-999
Removal of the Data Loading 401 101-199, 901-999
Routing Box (102TD)
Installation of the Data Loading 404 101-199, 901-999
Routing Box (102TD)

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DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 5 ALL
General Description 6 ALL
System Data Acquisition 16 001-012, 014-099
Concentrator (SDAC)

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System Data Acquisition 24 ALL
Concentrator (SDAC)
Flight Warning Computer (FWC) 25 001-012, 014-099
Flight Warning Computer (FWC) 25 101-199, 901-999
ECAM Control Panel 37 ALL
Attention getters 37 ALL
Display Management Computers 39 ALL
(DMC)
ECAM Display Units 39 001-012, 014-099
ECAM Display Units 42 101-199, 901-999
ECAM Operation 42 ALL
General principles 42 ALL
ECAM operational display 45 ALL
Power Supply 64 ALL
Bite Description 66 ALL
General 66 ALL
Operation/ Control and 66 ALL
Indicating
OEB REMINDER function description 86 ALL
General 86 ALL
OEB DATABASE Access Menu 86 ALL
LIST FWC1 and LIST FWC2 86 ALL
OEB DATABASE UPDATE 87 ALL

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ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Ground Scanning of the Central 501 ALL
Warning System
Operational Test of the Flight 505 ALL
Warning Computer (FWC)
Operational Test of the System 510 ALL
Data Acquisition Concentrator
(SDAC)
Operational Test of the ECAM 514 ALL
Control Panel
Operational Test of the Circuit 518 ALL
Breaker Monitoring System
Operational Test of the Automatic 527 ALL
Call-Out
Read and Decode SDAC and FWC 532 ALL
Hardware Pin Programming
Read FWC Software Pin Programming 539 ALL
Operational Test of the MASTER 544 ALL
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OPERATIONAL PRESENTATION 31-51-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 001-012, 014-099
General 1 ALL
Message Presentation 2 ALL
Upper ECAM Display Unit 2 ALL
Lower ECAM Display Unit 2 ALL
List of Maintenance Items in 6 ALL
Status
Symbology Used in the Operational 6 ALL
Presentation

OPERATIONAL PRESENTATION 31-51-00


SERVICING 301 ALL
Load OEB REMINDER information into 301 ALL
FWCs using MCDUs.
Delete OEB REMINDER information 309 ALL
from FWCs using MCDUs.
Crossload OEB REMINDER information 318 ALL
into FWCs using MCDUs.
Read OEB REMINDER information in 324 ALL
the FWC1 and/or the FWC2.
CENTRAL WARNING SYSTEM - AIR 31-51-21
CONDITIONING
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-012, 014-099
Operation/Control and Indication 1 001-012, 014-099
CENTRAL WARNING SYSTEM - AUTO FLIGHT 31-51-22
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-012, 014-099
Operation/Control and Indication 1 001-012, 014-099
CENTRAL WARNING SYSTEM - 31-51-23
COMMUNICATIONS
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-012, 014-099
Operation/Control and Indication 1 001-012, 014-099
CENTRAL WARNING SYSTEM - ELECTRICAL 31-51-24
POWER
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-012, 014-099
Operation/Control and Indication 1 001-012, 014-099
CENTRAL WARNING SYSTEM - FIRE 31-51-26
PROTECTION
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-012, 014-099
Operation/Control and Indication 1 001-012, 014-099
CENTRAL WARNING SYSTEM - FLIGHT 31-51-27
CONTROLS
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-012, 014-099
Operation/Control and Indication 1 001-012, 014-099

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CENTRAL WARNING SYSTEM - FUEL 31-51-28
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-012, 014-099
Operation/Control and Indication 1 001-012, 014-099
CENTRAL WARNING SYSTEM - HYDRAULIC 31-51-29
POWER
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-012, 014-099
Operation/Control and Indication 1 001-012, 014-099
CENTRAL WARNING SYSTEM - ICE AND RAIN 31-51-30
PROTECTION
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-012, 014-099
Operation/Control and Indication 1 001-012, 014-099
CENTRAL WARNING SYSTEM - INDICATING 31-51-31
/RECORDING SYSTEMS
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-012, 014-099
Operation/Control and Indication 1 001-012, 014-099
CENTRAL WARNING SYSTEM - LANDING GEAR 31-51-32
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-012, 014-099
Operation/Control and Indication 1 001-012, 014-099
CENTRAL WARNING SYSTEM - NAVIGATION 31-51-34
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-012, 014-099
Operation/Control and Indication 1 001-012, 014-099
CENTRAL WARNING SYSTEM - PNEUMATIC 31-51-36
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-012, 014-099
Operation/Control and Indication 1 001-012, 014-099
CENTRAL WARNING SYSTEM - AIRBORNE 31-51-49
AUXIIARY POWER
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-012, 014-099
Operation/Control and Indication 1 001-012, 014-099
CENTRAL WARNING SYSTEM - DOORS 31-51-52
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-012, 014-099
Operation/Control and Indication 1 001-012, 014-099
CENTRAL WARNING SYSTEM - ENGINE 31-51-77
INDICATING
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-012, 014-099
Operation/Control and Indication 1 001-012, 014-099

FWC - ACQUISITION/INTERFACE 31-52-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 1 001-012, 014-099
General 1 001-012, 014-099
Signal Types 1 001-012, 014-099
Wired Discretes 1 001-012, 014-099
Boolean on Bus 2 001-012, 014-099
Digital on Bus 2 001-012, 014-099
Analog on Synchro 2 001-012, 014-099
Power Supplies 2 001-012, 014-099
Miscellaneous 2 001-012, 014-099

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Re-labelling 3 001-012, 014-099
Re-labelling 3 001-012, 014-099
Interface Tables 6 001-012, 014-099
Interface Tables 6 001-012, 014-099
Input/Output Miscellaneous B 65 001-012, 014-099
Signals
Output Discrete Signals B 67 001-012, 014-099
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 2 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Signal Types 1 ALL
Wired Discretes 1 ALL
Boolean on Bus 2 ALL
Digital on Bus 2 ALL
Analog on Synchro 2 ALL
Power Supplies 2 ALL
Miscellaneous 2 ALL
Interface Tables 3 ALL
Interface Tables 3 ALL
LOUD SPEAKER 31-53-21
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Loudspeakers (7WW, 401 ALL
8WW)
Installation of the Loudspeakers 404 ALL
(7WW, 8WW)
MIXING BOX - AUDIO 31-53-33
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 101-199, 901-999
Removal of the Audio Mixing Box 401 101-199, 901-999
(15WW)
Installation of the Audio Mixing 404 101-199, 901-999
Box (15WW)
COMPUTER - FLIGHT WARNING (FWC) 31-53-34
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Flight Warning 401 ALL
Computer (FWC) (1WW1, 1WW2)
Installation of the Flight Warning 405 ALL
Computer (FWC) (1WW1, 1WW2)

SDAC - ACQUISITION/INTERFACE 31-54-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 1 001-012, 014-099
General 1 001-012, 014-099
Signal Type 1 001-012, 014-099
Wired Discretes 1 001-012, 014-099
Booleans on Bus 2 001-012, 014-099
Analog Signals 2 001-012, 014-099
Digital on Bus 2 001-012, 014-099
Analog on Synchro or RVDT 2 001-012, 014-099

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Low Level DC 2 001-012, 014-099
High level DC 3 001-012, 014-099
High Level AC 3 001-012, 014-099
Frequencies 3 001-012, 014-099
Resistances 3 001-012, 014-099
Power Supplies and Miscellaneous 3 001-012, 014-099
Interface 3 001-012, 014-099
Interface Tables 3 001-012, 014-099
Interface Tables 4 001-012, 014-099
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 2 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Signal Type 1 ALL
Wired Discretes 2 ALL
Booleans on Bus 2 ALL
Analog Signals 2 ALL
Digital on Bus 3 ALL
Analog on Synchro or RVDT 3 ALL
Low Level DC 3 ALL
High level DC 3 ALL
High Level AC 3 ALL
Frequencies 4 ALL
Resistances 4 ALL
Power Supplies and Miscellaneous 4 ALL
Interface 4 ALL
CONCENTRATOR - SYSTEM DATA ACQUISITION 31-55-34
(SDAC)
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the SDAC (1WV1, 1WV2) 401 ALL
Installation of the SDAC (1WV1, 405 ALL
1WV2)

ECAM CONTROL PANEL 31-56-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Functional Description 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Logic 1 ALL
Power Supply 5 ALL
ECP ARINC 429 Output Bus 7 ALL
LABEL 270 - ECP Warning Switches 7 ALL
LABEL 271 - System Switches 8 ALL
LABEL 272 - Light Status 9 ALL
LABEL 155 - Self Test Results 10 ALL
LABEL 156 - Self Test Results 11 ALL
LABEL 160 - P/N Hardware 12 ALL
LABEL 161 - P/N Software 13 ALL

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LABEL 275 - Order of Light 14 ALL
Illumination

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ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENT SYSTEM (EIS) 31-60-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 1 001-012, 014-099
General 1 001-012, 014-099
Information Presented on EFIS 1 001-012, 014-099
DUs
Information Presented on ECAM 5 001-012, 014-099
DUs
Component Location 8 001-012, 014-099
Power Supply 14 001-012, 014-099
Component Description-System 23 001-012, 014-099
Description
Component Description 23 001-012, 014-099
System Architecture and 34 001-012, 014-099
Interface
ECAM/EFIS Data definition 39 001-012, 014-099
Eis Operation 40 001-012, 014-099
EFIS Operation 40 001-012, 014-099
ECAM Operation 69 001-012, 014-099
Operation in Case of 94 001-012, 014-099
Failure-Reconfiguration
General 94 001-012, 014-099
Configuration of Input Sources 94 001-012, 014-099
Reconfiguration Possibilities in A 1 001-012, 014-099
the EIS System Itself
Test A 11 001-012, 014-099
Maintenance and test A 11 001-012, 014-099
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 2 1 101-199, 901-999
General 1 101-199, 901-999
Architecture 1 101-199, 901-999
Description 1 101-199, 901-999
Main Components 3 101-199, 901-999
Operation 4 101-199, 901-999
Test/Built-In Test Equipment 4 101-199, 901-999
(BITE)
Teleloading function 4 101-199, 901-999
EIS Sections 6 101-199, 901-999
Component Location 6 101-199, 901-999
Components of the Electronic 8 101-199, 901-999
Instrument System (EIS)
Components Associated with the 12 101-199, 901-999
Electronic Instrument System
(EIS)
EIS Components (List/Location) 13 101-199, 901-999

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System Description 13 101-199, 901-999
System Description 13 101-199, 901-999
Component Description 17 101-199, 901-999
Component Description-System 31 101-199, 901-999
Description
Description 31 101-199, 901-999
Acquisition/Processing 31 101-199, 901-999
DMC/DU Interface 32 101-199, 901-999
Eis Operation 34 101-199, 901-999
Operation 34 101-199, 901-999
Switching 34 101-199, 901-999
Configuration of Input Sources 35 101-199, 901-999
Reconfiguration and Abnormal 40 101-199, 901-999
Operation
Description of Display 44 101-199, 901-999
Symbologies
General Messages 85 101-199, 901-999
BITE and Test 85 101-199, 901-999
General 85 101-199, 901-999

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MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
EIS Start Procedure 201 ALL
EIS Stop Procedure 205 ALL
LRU Identification Check 207 101-199, 901-999

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SERVICING 301 101-199, 901-999
X LOADING Procedure of the DMC1 to 301 101-199, 901-999
the PFD CAPT, ND CAPT, the EWD or
the SD
X LOADING Procedure of the DMC2 to 305 101-199, 901-999
the PFD F/O or the ND F/O
XLOADING Procedure of the DMC3 to 309 101-199, 901-999
the PFD CAPT, ND CAPT, the EWD or
the SD
XLOADING Procedure of the DMC3 to 313 101-199, 901-999
the PFD F/O and ND F/O
X LOADING Procedure of the DMC1 317 101-199, 901-999
X LOADING Procedure of the DMC2 321 101-199, 901-999
X LOADING Procedure of the DMC3 325 101-199, 901-999
UP LOADING Procedure of the DMC1 329 101-199, 901-999
with a portable DATA LOADER
Uploading of Software to the DMC1 334 101-199, 901-999

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Loader
UP LOADING Procedure of the DMC1 340 101-199, 901-999
with the MDDU

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ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the EIS 501 ALL
Operational Test of EFIS/ECAM 506 001-012, 014-099
Switching Functions
PFD/ND/Upper and Lower ECAM 514 ALL
Display Units (DU) - Brightness
Operational Test of EFIS/ECAM 519 101-199, 901-999
Automatic and Manual Transfer
Operational Test of the DMC3 Power 526 101-199, 901-999
Supply Transfer when the 101XP
BUSBAR is Lost
EIS Input Test 529 001-012, 014-099
EIS System Test 534 ALL
Ground Switching Test of the DMC 540 101-199, 901-999
LAST LEG REPORT Test of the DMC 548 101-199, 901-999
GROUND SCANNING Test of the DMC 550 101-199, 901-999
GROUND REPORT Test of the DMC 553 101-199, 901-999
DU BRIGHTNESS TEST of the DMC 555 101-199, 901-999
Operational Test of the DMC/DU 562 101-199, 901-999
data bus

EIS - CONTROL 31-61-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
EIS Component Location 1 ALL
EIS Controls 17 ALL
DU ON/OFF BRIGHTNESS 17 ALL
Potentiometers
PFD/ND Transfer Manual Control 19 ALL
Transfer Selector Switches 19 ALL
FCU-EFIS Control Sections 24 ALL
ECAM Control Panel 30 ALL
Drawing the crew menbers 30 ALL
attention
INT LT/ANN LT Switch 31 ALL
CONTROL PANEL - ECAM 31-61-12
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the ECAM Control Panel 401 ALL
(6WT)

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Installation of the ECAM Control 404 ALL
Panel (6WT)

DMC - ACQUISITION/INTERFACE 31-62-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
System Description 1 ALL
DMC Input Signals 1 ALL
Input parameters selection 1 ALL
DMC Output Signals 7 ALL
Interface 10 ALL
Interface Tables 10 ALL

DISPLAY MANAGEMENT COMPUTER (DMC) 31-63-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 1 001-012, 014-099
General 1 001-012, 014-099
Component location 1 001-012, 014-099
System Description 5 001-012, 014-099
DMC 5 001-012, 014-099
CRT 6 001-012, 014-099
Interface 8 001-012, 014-099
Component Description 8 001-012, 014-099
DMC 8 001-012, 014-099
CRT 56 001-012, 014-099

DISPLAY MANAGEMENT COMPUTER (DMC) / 31-63-00


LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (LCD) CONTROL
AND INTERCONNECTION
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 2 1 101-199, 901-999
General 1 101-199, 901-999
EIS Sections 1 101-199, 901-999
Component location 2 101-199, 901-999
System description 2 101-199, 901-999
DMC description 2 101-199, 901-999
DU description 2 101-199, 901-999
DMC Technical Data 6 101-199, 901-999

DISPLAY MANAGEMENT COMPUTER (DMC) 31-63-00


REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 1 401 001-012, 014-099
Deactivation of the DMC 401 001-012, 014-099
(1WT1/1WT2/1WT3)
Reactivation of the DMC 403 001-012, 014-099
(1WT1/1WT2/1WT3) (Installation of
the DMC3 in its initial position)

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DISPLAY MANAGEMENT COMPUTER (DMC) / 31-63-00
LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (LCD) CONTROL
AND INTERCONNECTION
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 2 401 101-199, 901-999
Deactivation of the DMC 401 101-199, 901-999
(1WT1/1WT2/1WT3)
Reactivation of the DMC 403 101-199, 901-999
(1WT1/1WT2/1WT3)
DISPLAY UNIT 31-63-22
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Display Unit (2WT1, 401 ALL
2WT2, 3WT1, 3WT2, 4WT1, 4WT2)
Installation of the Display Unit 405 ALL
(2WT1, 2WT2, 3WT1, 3WT2, 4WT1,
4WT2)
Display Units Swapping procedure 410 001-012, 014-099
(2WT1, 2WT2, 3WT1, 3WT2, 4WT1,
4WT2)
DISPLAY UNIT 31-63-22
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Measurement of the Display Unit 601 001-012, 014-099
Brightness
Display Unit Inspection for 609 101-199, 901-999
Legibility
DISPLAY UNIT 31-63-22
CLEANING/PAINTING 701 ALL
Cleaning of the Display Unit 701 ALL
(2WT1, 2WT2, 3WT1, 3WT2, 4WT1,
4WT2)
COMPUTER - DISPLAY MANAGEMENT (DMC) 31-63-34
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the DMC (1WT1, 1WT2, 401 ALL
1WT3)
Installation of the DMC (1WT1, 405 ALL
1WT2, 1WT3)

PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY (PFD) 31-64-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 9 ALL
Attitude Data 12 ALL
Heading 79 ALL
Altitude 93 ALL
Airspeed A 19 ALL
Vertical Speed A 61 ALL

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Flight Mode Annunciator A 92 001-012, 014-027
Flight Mode Annunciator A 96 028-099, 101-199
901-999,
ILS Guidance and Vertical B 16 ALL
Deviation
Simplified symbols B 37 001-012, 014-099
EIS Acquisition and Wiring B 40 ALL
FMGC B 40 ALL
ADIRU B 52 ALL
FAC Bus Selection B 52 ALL
ILS Selection B 56 ALL
Radio Altimeter B 56 ALL
FCU B 56 ALL
VOR B 60 ALL
DME B 60 ALL
TCAS B 60 ALL

NAVIGATION DISPLAY (ND) 31-65-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component location 1 ALL
Color Choice 9 ALL
Presentation Rules 13 ALL
Failure Indications 13 ALL
ND Figurations 17 ALL
ND Modes 17 ALL
Heading or Track Presentation 35 ALL
Speed and Wind Indications 43 ALL
ADF-VOR Bearing and 44 ALL
Characteristics of the NAV
Stations
Radio Deviation Indications: 63 ALL
VOR, LOC, GLIDE SLOPE
Map Information 80 ALL
PLAN Mode A 5 ALL
Trafic Collision Avoidance A 6 101-199, 901-999
System (TCAS)
GPS Primary Function A 10 101-199, 901-999
Messages A 16 ALL
Chrono indications A 30 ALL
Weather Radar A 31 ALL
GPWS TERRAIN Function (EGPWS) A 38 ALL
Image display stopping A 44 ALL
conditions
Predictive Windshear Function A 45 101-199, 901-999
Interface between the DMCs and the A 45 ALL

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NAV Sensors and AFS Computers for
the ND
ADIRU A 48 ALL
FMGC HS EFIS Bus A 52 ALL
FCU A 62 ALL
ADF A 64 001-012, 014-099
ADF A 64 101-199, 901-999
VOR A 68 ALL
DME A 70 ALL
ILS A 70 ALL
TCAS A 73 101-199, 901-999
Weather Radar A 75 001-012, 014-099
Weather Radar A 75 101-199, 901-999
Flags Test A 77 ALL

ECAM ENGINE/WARNING DISPLAY 31-66-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 1 001-012, 014-099
General 1 001-012, 014-099
Component Location 2 001-012, 014-099
Display Partitioning 4 001-012, 014-099
Primary Engine Parameters 6 001-012, 014-099
Primary Engine Parameters 6 001-012, 014-099
Description
General 6 001-012, 014-099
EPR Indications 6 001-012, 014-099
EPR MAX 6 001-012, 014-099
EPR THROTTLE 6 001-012, 014-099
EPR COMMAND 6 001-012, 014-099
EPR LIMIT 8 001-012, 014-099
EPR LIM Mode 8 001-012, 014-099
EGT Indication 11 001-012, 014-099
EGT Red Line 11 001-012, 014-099
N1 INDICATION 11 001-012, 014-099
N1 RED LINE 12 001-012, 014-099
N2 INDICATION 12 001-012, 014-099
FUEL FLOW 12 001-012, 014-099
REVERSE INDICATIONS 12 001-012, 014-099
FAILURE INFORMATION 14 001-012, 014-099
BACK UP Mode with N1 Rated 16 001-012, 014-099
BACK UP Mode with N1 Unrated 16 001-012, 014-099
Fuel on Board Information 20 001-012, 014-099
Engine Types 20 001-012, 014-099
Engine 1 Parameters Definition 20 001-012, 014-099
Engine 2 Parameters Definition 24 001-012, 014-099
Exceedance Values 26 001-012, 014-099
Engine 1 & 2 Other Parameters 28 001-012, 014-099

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Alpha Floor Function 31 001-012, 014-099
Idle 31 001-012, 014-099
Slats and Flaps Indication 33 001-012, 014-099
Normal Operation 33 001-012, 014-099
Abnormal Operation 37 001-012, 014-099
SLAT/FLAP Parameter Definition 39 001-012, 014-099
Other Parameters 39 001-012, 014-099
Warning and Memo Section 43 001-012, 014-099
Operation 43 001-012, 014-099
Partitioning 43 001-012, 014-099
Warning Messages 43 001-012, 014-099
Overflow Indication 43 001-012, 014-099
Memo Messages 43 001-012, 014-099
STS and ADV Messages 46 001-012, 014-099
Acquisition and Wiring 47 001-012, 014-099
EEC (Fadec System) 47 001-012, 014-099
FQI 47 001-012, 014-099
SDAC Links 47 001-012, 014-099
FWC Links 47 001-012, 014-099
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 2 1 101-199, 901-999
General 1 101-199, 901-999
Component Location 1 101-199, 901-999
Display Partitioning 1 101-199, 901-999
Primary Engine Parameters 4 101-199, 901-999
Primary Engine Parameters 4 101-199, 901-999
Description
N1 INDICATION 4 101-199, 901-999
N1 RED LINE 4 101-199, 901-999
N1 lIMIT 4 101-199, 901-999
N1 LIM MODE 4 101-199, 901-999
N1 MAX 6 101-199, 901-999
N1 REFERENCE (N1 throttle) 6 101-199, 901-999
N1 COMMAND 6 101-199, 901-999
N1 Trend 6 101-199, 901-999
N1 dgraded data 6 101-199, 901-999
N2 INDICATION 9 101-199, 901-999
EGT INDICATION 9 101-199, 901-999
FUEL FLOW 9 101-199, 901-999
REVERSE INDICATIONS 9 101-199, 901-999
AVAIL indication 9 101-199, 901-999
FAILURE INFORMATION 9 101-199, 901-999
MONITORING OF THE RELEVANT 11 101-199, 901-999
DISPLAY OF THE ENGINE PARAMETERS
A safety mechanism is
implemented in the EIS to
monitor the engine parameters

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N1,
System Feedback Message 11 101-199, 901-999
Fuel on Board Information 12 101-199, 901-999
Engine types 12 101-199, 901-999
Engine 1 Parameters Definition 14 101-199, 901-999
Engine 2 Parameters Definition 16 101-199, 901-999
Engine 1 & 2 Other Parameters 18 101-199, 901-999
Messages Related to Engine Rating 20 101-199, 901-999
Alpha Floor Function 20 101-199, 901-999
Idle 20 101-199, 901-999
Slats and Flaps Indication 20 101-199, 901-999
Operation 22 101-199, 901-999
Abnormal Operation 24 101-199, 901-999
SLAT/FLAP Parameter Definition 28 101-199, 901-999
Warning and Memo Section 32 101-199, 901-999
Operation 32 101-199, 901-999
Partitioning 32 101-199, 901-999
Warning Messages 32 101-199, 901-999
Overflow Indication 32 101-199, 901-999
Memo Messages 32 101-199, 901-999
STS And ADV Messages 34 101-199, 901-999
Acquisition and Wiring 34 101-199, 901-999
ECU (Fadec System) 34 101-199, 901-999
FQI 36 101-199, 901-999

ECAM SYSTEM/STATUS DISPLAY 31-67-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 4 ALL
General 4 ALL
Description of the Pages 46 ALL
Permanent Data 47 ALL
CRUISE page 61 101-199, 901-999
CRUISE page 64 001-012, 014-099
SYSTEM DISPLAY - COND & CAB PRESS 31-67-21
PAGES
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
CAB PRESS Page 1 ALL
Cabin Differential Pressure 4 ALL
(delta P)
Cabin Vertical Speed 7 ALL
Landing Field Elevation 11 ALL
Indication
Cabin Altitude 14 ALL
System in Control Indication SYS 17 ALL

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1(2)
Mode MAN Indication 20 ALL
Safety Valves 21 ALL
PACK 1(2) Indication 21 ALL
Outflow Valve Control Indication 23 ALL
Extract Valve 23 ALL
BLOWER Indication 29 101-199, 901-999
VENT Indication 29 101-199, 901-999
EXTRACT Indication 29 101-199, 901-999
EXTRACT Indication 29 001-012, 014-099
VENT Indication 29 ALL
Air Inlet Valve position 30 ALL
indication
Ground Cooling 34 ALL
COND page 34 ALL
Zone temperature 38 ALL
Cabin Recirculation FAN status 39 ALL
Pack Control Mode 40 ALL
Duct temperature 42 ALL
Zone trim air valve position 42 ALL
Hot air shutoff valve 43 ALL
AFT Cargo downstream isolation 44 ALL
valve
Aft cargo duct temperature 47 101-199, 901-999
Aft cargo hot air shutoff valve 47 101-199, 901-999
Aft cargo trim air valve 47 101-199, 901-999
Aft cargo upstream isolation 47 ALL
valve
SYSTEM DISPLAY - ELEC PAGE 31-67-24
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
ELEC Page 1 ALL
Item 1 - Transformer rectifier 1 5 ALL
operation
Item 2 - DC busbar 1 indication 5 ALL
Item 3 - Battery 1 operation 8 ALL
Item 4 - Essential TR contactor 8 ALL
indication
Item 5 - Battery 1 8 ALL
charge/discharge operation
Item 6 - DC Battery busbar 8 ALL
indication
Item 7 - Battery 2 11 ALL
charge/discharge operation
Item 8 - Battery 2 operation 11 ALL
Item 9 - DC Busbar 2 indication 11 ALL
Item 10 - Emergency generator 12 ALL

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operation
Item 11 - Transformer rectifier 15 ALL
2 operation
Item 12 - Emergency Generator 15 ALL
line contactor
Item 13 - AC Busbar 2 indication 15 ALL
Item 14 - Generator 2 operation 15 ALL
Item 15 - IDG 2 status (low 17 ALL
pressure/disconnection)
Item 16 - IDG 2 outlet 19 ALL
temperature indication
Item 17 - External power 19 ALL
operation
Item 18 - AC Essential busbar 21 ALL
indication
Item 20 - APU Generator 23 101-199, 901-999
operation
Item 19 - APU Generator 23 001-012, 014-099
operation
Item 20 - IDG 2 outlet 24 001-012, 014-099
temperature
Item 21 - IDG 2 outlet 24 101-199, 901-999
temperature
Item 21 - Galley Shed message 24 001-012, 014-099
Item 19 - Galley Shed message 24 101-199, 901-999
Item 22 - IDG 1 operation (low 24 ALL
pressure/disconnection)
Item 23 - Generator 1 operation 24 ALL
Item 24 - AC Busbar 1 indication 24 ALL
Item 25 - Essential TR supply 25 ALL
indication
Item 26 - Essential TR operation 25 ALL
ELEC Page links 26 ALL
DC Links 26 ALL
AC Links 33 ALL
SYSTEM DISPLAY - F/CTL PAGE 31-67-27
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
F/CTL Page 1 ALL
Item 1: Spoilers status 4 ALL
indication
Item 2: Hydraulic system 6 ALL
pressure indication
Item 3: Spoilers status (right) 6 ALL
Item 4: FCDC Message 6 ALL
Item 5: Aileron position 7 ALL
Item 6: Servo control hydraulic 7 ALL

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pressure
Item 7: Servo control electrical 9 ALL
status
Item 8: Aileron scale 9 ALL
Item 9: SEC computer operation 10 ALL
Item 10: Horizontal stabilizer 10 ALL
hydraulic pressure
Item 11: Elevator (right) 12 ALL
hydraulic pressure
Item 12: Elevator (right) 12 ALL
electrical status
Item 13: Elevator (right) scale 12 ALL
Item 14: Elevator (right) 13 ALL
position
Item 15: Rudder scale 13 ALL
Item 16: Rudder trim position 15 ALL
Item 17: Rudder position 15 ALL
Item 18: Rudder hydraulic status 15 ALL
Item 19: Trimmable horizontal 16 ALL
stabilizer position
Item 20: Elevator (left) 17 ALL
Item 21: Trimmable horizontal 17 ALL
stabilizer control
Item 22: ELAC operation 17 ALL
Item 23: Aileron indication 17 ALL
(left)
SYSTEM DISPLAY - FUEL PAGE 31-67-28
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
FUEL Page 1 ALL
Item 1 - Left inner cell fuel 7 001-012, 014-099
quantity 901-999,
Item 1 - Right wing cell fuel 7 101-199,
quantity
Item 1 - Left inner cell fuel 11 001-012, 014-099
quantity
Item 2 - Left inner cell 12 001-012, 014-099
temperature 901-999,
Item 2 - Right cell fuel 12 101-199,
temperature
Item 3 - Left fuel transfer 16 901-999,
valve
Item 3 - Left fuel transfer 17 001-012, 014-099
valve
Item 4 - Left outer cell 17 001-012, 014-099
temperature 901-999,
Item 4 - Left cell fuel 18 101-199,

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temperature
Item 5 - Left outer cell fuel 18 001-012, 014-099
quantity 901-999,
Item 5 - Left cell fuel quantity 19 101-199,
Item 6 - Left tank pumps 20 ALL
Item 7 - APU fire valve 24 ALL
Item 8 - Engine 1 fire valve 29 ALL
Item 9 - Fuel used - Engine 1 30 ALL
Item 10 - Engine number 33 ALL
Item 11 - Total Fuel Used 33 101-199, 901-999
Item 11 - Fuel on board 34 001-012, 014-099
Item 12 - Fuel used - Engine 2 34 ALL
Item 13 - Engine number 34 ALL
Item 14 - Engine 2 fire valve 34 ALL
Item 15 - Crossfeed valve 35 ALL
Item 16 - Right tank pumps 35 ALL
Item 17 - Right outer cell fuel 39 001-012, 014-099
quantity 901-999,
Item 17 - Center tank pumps 39 101-199,
Item 18 - Right fuel transfer 39 ALL
valve
Item 19 - Right outer cell 40 001-012, 014-099
temperature 901-999,
Item 20 - Right inner cell 40 001-012, 014-099
temperature 901-999,
Item 21 - Right inner cell fuel 40 001-012, 014-099
quantity 901-999,
Item 22 - Center tank pumps 40 001-012, 014-099
901-999,
Item 23 - Center tank fuel 42 901-999,
quantity
Item 23 - Center tank fuel 42 001-012, 014-099
quantity
Item 24 - Fuel on board 43 901-999,
Auxiliary center tank transfer 43 101-199, 901-999
Item 25: Total Fuel Flow 45 101-199, 901-999
indication
Fuel links 45 ALL
Item 1: Link to Engine 1 45 ALL
Item 2: Link from left auxiliary 45 101-199,
pump
Item 2: Link between the APU and 47 901-999,
the Crossfeed valve
Item 2: Link to APU 47 001-012, 014-099
Item 3: Link to APU 47 101-199,
Item 3: Link next to the 47 901-999,

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Crossfeed valve
Item 3: Link between the APU and 47 001-012, 014-099
the Crossfeed valve
Item 4: Link between the 47 001-012, 014-099
crossfeed valve and the Engine 2 901-999,
Item 5: Link to Engine 2 47 001-012, 014-099
901-999,
Item 6: Link from right pump of 48 001-012, 014-099
the center tank 901-999,
Item 4: Link between the APU and 48 101-199,
the Crossfeed valve
Item 5: Link between the 48 101-199,
crossfeed valve and the Engine 2
Item 6: Link to Engine 2 48 101-199,
Item 7: Link from right pump 48 ALL
Item 8: Link from right 48 ALL
auxiliary pump
Items 8 and 9(alike): Link from 48 101-199,
the center transfer pump
Item 9: Link from left pump 49 101-199, 901-999
Items 9: Link from the center 49 001-012, 014-099
transfer pump
Item 10: Link from the left pump 49 901-999,
Items 9 and 10: Link from right 49 001-012, 014-099
or left pump of the center tank
Item 11: Link from left pump of 49 901-999,
the center tank
Item 11: Link from left 50 001-012, 014-099
auxiliary pump
Item 12: Link to APU 50 901-999,
SYSTEM DISPLAY - HYD PAGE 31-67-29
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
HYD Page 1 ALL
Green Hydraulic system status 4 ALL
Blue Hydraulic system status 7 ALL
Yellow Hydraulic system status 7 ALL
Yellow hydraulic pressure 7 ALL
Yellow electrucal pump 8 ALL
ELEC indication 8 ALL
OVHT indication 8 ALL
Yellow ENG pump 11 ALL
Yellow fire valve 11 ALL
Yellow reservoir level 14 ALL
BLUE ELEC Pump (item 10). 18 ALL
Green fire valve (item 12) 18 ALL
GREEN Pump (item 13). 19 ALL

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RAT link to the BLUE system 19 ALL
(item 14)
BLUE hydraulic pressure (item 20 ALL
15)
GREEN hydraulic pressure (item 20 ALL
16)
Hydraulic links 20 ALL
SYSTEM DISPLAY - WHEEL PAGE 31-67-32
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
WHEEL Page 1 ALL
Item 1: Left L/G position 6 ALL
Item 2: Left L/G door operation 9 101-199, 901-999
Item 2: Left L/G door operation 10 001-012, 014-099
Item 6: Nose L/G position 15 101-199, 901-999
Item 5: Nose L/G position 16 001-012, 014-099
Item 7: Right landing gear 16 101-199, 901-999
operation
Item 6: Right L/G position 16 001-012, 014-099
Item 8: Brake temperature 17 101-199, 901-999
Item 7: Brake temperature 17 001-012, 014-099
Item 12: Normal and Alternate 18 101-199, 901-999
Breaking Messages
Item 10: Spoiler status 21 001-012, 014-099
indication
Item 13: L/G CTL Message 23 101-199, 901-999
Item 11: Braking mode 23 001-012, 014-099
SYSTEM DISPLAY - OXY PAGE 31-67-35
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
SYSTEM DISPLAY - BLEED PAGE 31-67-36
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
BLEED Page 1 ALL
Cold air duct supply 4 ALL
Emer RAM air valve 4 ALL
Engine 2 Pack outlet temperature 8 ALL
Engine 2 Temperature Control 8 ALL
Valve
Engine 2 Pack compressor outlet 11 ALL
temperature
Engine 2 Pack flow 11 ALL
Engine 2 Pack flow control valve 14 ALL
Right Wing ANTI ICE indication 17 ALL
Right Wing anti ice valve not 18 ALL
closed
ENG precooler inlet pressure 19 ALL
ENG precooler outlet temperature 22 ALL

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SUBJECT
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PAGE EFFECTIVITY
ENG number 22 ALL
ENG bleed valve 23 ALL
ENG 2 H.P bleed valve 26 ALL
XFEED valve 27 ALL
APU valve 28 ALL
Ground supply 29 101-199, 901-999
Engine 1 HP bleed valve 29 ALL
Engine 1 bleed valve 29 ALL
Engine number 29 ALL
Engine 1 precooler outlet 29 ALL
temperature
Engine 1 precooler outlet 29 ALL
pressure
Left wing anti ice valve 30 ALL
Left Wing ANTI ICE indication 30 ALL
Engine 1 Pack flow control valve 30 ALL
Engine 1 Pack flow 30 ALL
Engine 1 Pack compressor outlet 30 ALL
temperature
Engine 1 Temperature control 30 ALL
valve
Engine 1 Pack outlet Temperature 30 ALL
SYSTEM DISPLAY - APU PAGE 31-67-49
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
APU Page 1 ALL
APU Generator operation 4 ALL
APU GEN line contactor 7 ALL
APU available 7 ALL
APU bleed valve 8 ALL
APU bleed pressure 8 ALL
FUEL LO PR indication 11 ALL
FLAP OPEN indication 11 ALL
APU oil level indication 12 ALL
APU EGT 12 ALL
APU speed (N) indication 17 ALL
SYSTEM DISPLAY - DOOR/OXY PAGE 31-67-52
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
DOOR/OXY Page 1 ALL
Airstairs operation 6 001-012, 014-019
Cabin door status 9 ALL
Front and aft avionic doors 9 ALL
Left and right avionic doors 12 ALL
Crew oxygen operation 12 ALL
REGUL LO PRESS indication 14 ALL
Display of the vertical speed. 14 ALL
Door name 18 ALL

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Slide operation 19 ALL
item 9 19 ALL
item 10 19 ALL
Cargo door operation 19 ALL
EMER exit operation 21 ALL
Item 13 (AFT cargo door) 24 ALL
BULK cargo door operation 24 101-199,
Item 15 25 ALL
Item 16 25 ALL
Item 17 25 ALL
Item 18 25 ALL
SYSTEM DISPLAY - ENGINE PAGE 31-67-77
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
ENGINE Page 1 ALL
Oil Pressure Indication 4 ALL
Oil Quantity Indication 8 ALL
Fuel Used Indication 9 ALL
Fuel Used engine 2 11 ALL
Engine vibration N1 11 ALL
Vibration engine 2 12 ALL
Oil Filter CLOG Indication 12 ALL
Fuel Filter CLOG Indication 13 ALL
Starting Sequence Indications 14 ALL
Nacelle Temperature 16 ALL
Engine oil Temperature 16 ALL

EIS - SWITCHING 31-68-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 1 001-012, 014-099
General 1 001-012, 014-099
Links Between DMCs and DUs 1 001-012, 014-099
EIS Switching Operation 3 001-012, 014-099
EIS DMC Switching 3 001-012, 014-099
Switching of the EIS DUs 4 001-012, 014-099
(PFD-ND)
Switching of the ECAM DUs (Upper 15 001-012, 014-099
ECAM DU - Lower ECAM DU and
ECAM/ND Transfer)
Switching of the DMC Output 24 001-012, 014-099
Buses
Switching of the Various Onside & 25 001-012, 014-099
Offside DMC Input Buses
ARINC 429 Buses 31 001-012, 014-099
FWC Message Bus (RS 422) 41 001-012, 014-099
Weather Radar Buses (ARINC 453) 41 001-012, 014-099
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 2 1 101-199, 901-999
General 1 101-199, 901-999

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SUBJECT
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Power Supply Reconfiguration 3 101-199, 901-999
Source Reconfiguration 3 101-199, 901-999
Reconfiguration in Case of an 3 101-199, 901-999
EIS Component Failure
EIS Reconfiguration Devices 7 101-199, 901-999
Compnent Location 8 101-199, 901-999
System Description 9 101-199, 901-999
Power Supply Reconfiguration 9 101-199, 901-999
DMC Input Sources 12 101-199, 901-999
Reconfiguration
DMC Sources Reconfiguration 12 101-199, 901-999
Reconfiguration in Case of DU 16 101-199, 901-999
Failure
Table of Reconfigurations 27 101-199, 901-999
Functional Description 28 101-199, 901-999
Weather Radar Buses (ARINC 453) 35 101-199, 901-999

EIS - SWITCHING 31-68-00


DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Deactivation of the DMC2 (1WT2) 401 ALL
when AC ESS FEED control is
operative
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 31-63-02 401 ALL
Reactivation of the DMC2 (1WT2) 402 ALL
Deactivation of the ATT HDG 403 ALL
Selector Switch
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 403 ALL
31-61-01-A)
Reactivation of the ATT HDG 409 ALL
Selector Switch
Deactivation of the AIR DATA 410 ALL
Selector Switch
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 410 ALL
31-61-01-B)
Reactivation of the AIR DATA 416 ALL
Selector Switch
Deactivation of the EIS DMC 417 ALL
Selector Switch
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 417 ALL
31-61-01-C)
Reactivation of the EIS DMC 423 ALL
Selector Switch
Deactivation of the Lower ECAM DU 424 ALL
(4WT2) when AC ESS FEED control is
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Refer to the MMEL TASK: 424 ALL
31-63-01-C)
Reactivation of the Lower ECAM DU 427 ALL
(4WT2)
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 427 ALL
31-63-01-C)

EIS - TEST/BITE 31-69-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
FIDS and BITE Functions in the 1 ALL
EIS
EIS/FWS Architecture Versus 1 ALL
Maintenance Requirements and
Basic Operation
Failure Detection-BITE 6 ALL
Organization
Internal Failures 6 ALL
External Failures 6 ALL
Fault messages 6 101-199, 901-999
Fault message list 6 101-199, 901-999
List of internal fault messages, 9 101-199, 901-999
associated syntax and ATA
Interactive mode 11 ALL
DMC BITE Memory Features and A 28 ALL
Organization
Operation in the Normal Mode A 32 ALL
Transmission of Failure A 32 ALL
Information
Messages Transmitted for the A 32 001-012, 014-099
Different Possible Failures
Operation in the Menu or A 35 ALL
Maintenance Mode
Transmission of Maintenance A 35 ALL
Information
Menus - Complementary Failure A 35 ALL
Information
Operational Tests at the Crews A 44 001-012, 014-099
Disposal
Configuration of a DMC and its A 51 ALL
Associated DUs in the Menu Mode
A/C Test Plugs for Maintenance A 57 ALL
List of Error Codes A 57 001-012, 014-099

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1. _______
General
This chapter covers the five main subjects:
- Independent instruments (Ref. 31-21-00)
- Centralized fault display system (Ref. 31-30-00)
- Recording system (Ref. 31-30-00).
- Electronic Instrument System (EIS) (Ref. 31-60-00) including Electronic
Flight Instrument System (EFIS) and Electronic Centralized Aircraft
Monitor (ECAM) (Ref. 31-50-00).

2. _________________________
Description and Operation

R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

A. Instruments and Panels

(1) Panels
The aircraft is certificated to be operated by two crew members (two
pilots).
An observer seat is installed aft of the pedestal offering maximum
visibility over all panels.
Six Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) display units providing high level of
flexibility in presentation of information are used for the main
display functions i.e. flight guidance, navigation, engines and
aircraft systems monitoring. They are 7.25 X 7.25 full color, all
interchangeable. Conventional electromechanical instruments are also
used to provide mainly back-up information.
The Captains and First Officers panels are dedicated to flight
guidance and navigation information and comprise two CRT display
units each, one Primary Flight Display (PFD) and one Navigation
Display (ND). These two displays units are installed side by side.
The center instrument panel is dedicated to :
- aircraft monitoring comprising two CRT display units, upper ECAM
display unit for essential engine parameters, flap/slat position
indication, fuel on board and Memo/Warning display and lower ECAM
display unit for System/Status display.
- standby instruments
- landing gear control.
The overhead panel is dedicated to aircraft system controls.
The center pedestal provides
- multifunction control and display units (MCDU) for navigation, AIDS
and maintenance controls.
- controls for engines, flap/slat, speed brake and trims.
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R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

A. Instruments and Panels

(1) Panels
Six Liquid Crystal Display units (LCDU725) are a part of the
Electronic Instrument System (EIS).
The main function of the equipment is to display all the parameters
used for flight control, navigation and monitoring of the engine and
system parameters.
The useful image size is 6.25 X 6.25.
The Captains and First Officers panels are dedicated to flight
guidance and navigation information and comprise two LCD units each,
one Primary Flight Display (PFD) and one Navigation Display (ND).
These two displays units are installed side by side.
The center instrument panel is dedicated to :
- aircraft monitoring comprising two LCD units, upper ECAM display
unit for essential engine parameters, flap/slat position
indication, fuel on board and Memo/Warning display and lower ECAM
display unit for System/Status display.
- standby instruments
- landing gear control.
The overhead panel is dedicated to aircraft system controls.
The center pedestal provides
- multifunction control and display units (MCDU) for navigation, AIDS
and maintenance controls.
- controls for engines, flap/slat, speed brake and trims.
- radio management, ECAM, weather radar controls.

**ON A/C ALL

(2) Independent instruments

(a) Electrical clock (Ref. 31-21-00)


(Ref. Fig. 001)
A unique clock is installed on the main instrument panel.
This clock provides the primary time base installed in the
aircraft. The UTC and date generation is transmitted to FMGC 1
and 2, FDIU and CFDIU.
In case of failure of the clock, CFDIU provides back-up for UTC
with updating through MCDUs.
The clock also provides :
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- back-up chronometer function with local control. (The primary
chronometer function is performed by EIS on each ND with remote
controls for CAPT and F/O).

B. Centralized Fault Display System (Ref. 31-30-00)


(Ref. Fig. 002)
This system provides a central maintenance aid which allows from the
cockpit to extract the maintenance information and to initiate the
various maintenance tests, at system or subsystem level.
It comprises :
One Centralized Fault Display Interface Unit (CFDIU) installed in the
electronics rack which receives from the system bites all the maintenace
data in a form directly meaningful.
The CFDIU is controlled from the two Multipurpose Control and Display
Units (MCDU) (see ATA 22-82-00) to display BITE data results from the
system and initiate maintenance tests.
The CFDIU also provides back-up time base for UTC to cover the loss of
the main time base provided by the clock.
Optional features are available :
- BITE data transmission to ground via ACARS
- Multi-use printer management in relation with the optional multi-use
printer.

C. Recording System (Ref. 31-30-00)


(Ref. Fig. 003)
The recording system allows to satisfy the recording regulation and will
accomodate options for AIDS data collection, reporting, recording or
printing.

(1) Basic recording system


Its function consists in the recording of the regulation mandatory
parameters and additional basic parameters from the appropriate data
systems.
The installation comprises one Flight Data Interface Unit (FDIU), one
Digital Flight Data Recorder (DFDR), one three axis Linear
Accelerometer (LA) and one Control Panel (CP)
- The DFDR is installed at the rear of the aircraft behind the rear
bulkhead in an unpressurized area.
An Underwater Locating Beacon (ULB) is directly attached to the
face of the DFDR
- The FDIU is installed in the avionics compartment and the LA near
the aircraft center of gravity. LA is connected to SDACs. The
parameters acquired by the EIS (FWC, SDAC, DMC) are transmitted on
their ARINC 429 output buses to FDIU which composes the data frame
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**ON A/C ALL

Post SB 31-1025 For A/C 001-012,014-099,

(2) AIDS options - Quick Access Recorder (QAR)


It records the same data as the DFDR. The QAR is installed in the
electronics rack.

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

(3) AIDS Options - Data Management Unit (DMU)


It is installed in the electronics rack.
It is controlled from the Multifunction Control and Display Units
(MCDU) (see ATA 22-82-00).
The DMU collects and manages all the data for AIDS. It is mainly
oriented to the engine condition monitoring.

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

(3) AIDS Options - Data Management Unit (part of FDIDMU)


It is installed in the electronics rack.
It is controlled from the Multifunction Control and Display Units
(MCDU) (see ATA 22-82-00).
The DMU part collects and manages all the data for AIDS. It is mainly
oriented to the engine condition monitoring.

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

(4) AIDS options - Digital AIDS recorder (DAR)


It is installed in the electronics rack.

**ON A/C ALL

(5) Multi-use printer option


It allows to print data coming from the different possible sources
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D. Electronic Instrument System (EIS)


(Ref. Fig. 004)
The Electronic Instrument System comprises :
- The Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS) (Ref. 31-60)
- The Electronic Centralized Aircraft Monitor System (ECAM) (Ref. 31-50).
Figures referenced above show the general EIS arrangement comprising six
identical cathode ray tube display units (size 7.25 X 7.25).

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

D. Electronic Instrument System (EIS)


(Ref. Fig. 004)
The Electronic Instrument System comprises :
- The Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS) (Ref. 31-60)
- The Electronic Centralized Aircraft Monitor System (ECAM) (Ref. 31-50).
The general EIS arrangement comprises six identical LCD units (size
67.25 X 67.25).

**ON A/C ALL

(1) Electronic Flight Intrument System (EFIS)


(Ref. Fig. 005)
The EFIS comprises the following equipment :
- Two Primary Flight Displays (PFD), one for the captain, one for the
first officer.
- Two Navigation Displays (ND), one for the captain, one for the
first Officer.
- Two EFIS control sections located on left and right sides of the
flight control unit.
- Three Display Management Computers (DMC), where DMC3 replaces DMC1
or DMC2 in case of failure of one of them.
The DMCs are installed in the avionics compartment.
- Switching panel for reconfiguration purpose installed in the front
part of the center pedestal.
- Display unit brightness and ON/OFF control.
- PFD/ND XFR pushbutton switch.

(a) PFD indications


(Ref. Fig. 006)
The PFD format shall include the following parameters :
- pitch and roll attitude
- * flight path angle and drift angle



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- * flight director commands (FD bars or FPD symbol)
- actual magnetic heading and track
- * selected magnetic heading
- selected and actual speed
- * limiting and operational speeds
- selected and actual altitude
- altitude barometric correction setting
- vertical speed
- * mach number
- * radio altitude and decision height
- * final approach trajectory deviations (ILS or R-NAV)
- * marker indications
- * AFS mode annunciations.

NOTE : * Depending on pilot selection and/or A/C present flight


____
configuration.

(b) ND indications
The ND format shall have five selectable operational modes and
shall display the following parameters :

1
_ 3 ROSE modes = ROSE-ILS, ROSE-VOR, ROSE-NAV
In each mode the following information shall be provided :
- aircraft heading and track heading dial, (oriented heading
up with the aircraft symbol in the center of the display)
- speeds (GS, TAS)
- wind data
- ADF/VOR bearing (on selection), and corresponding station
characteristics (ident or frequency), plus DME distances if
a VOR/DME or DME station is tuned.
Weather radar information may be superimposed in the front
sector.
Course selection and lateral deviation shall be provided in
VOR and ILS submodes.
A map with the actual flight path and flight plan information
shall be provided in NAV mode.
Additional data including constraints, waypoints, NAVAIDS and
airports may be selected.

2
_ ARC mode
(Ref. Fig. 006)
The following information shall be provided :
- aircraft heading and track (oriented heading up with the
aircraft symbol at the lower part of the display)
- map with actual flight plan and flight plan information
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Weather radar information may be superimposed.
Additional data, including constraints, waypoints, NAVAIDS and
airports may be selected.

3
_ PLAN mode
- A fixed area plan oriented north up, centered on a
selectable waypoint, shall include actual flight plan,
flight plan information and aircraft position.
- Additional data including constraints, waypoints, NAVAIDS
and airports may be selected.

4
_ chronograph function
In any of the ND operating modes it is possible to display a
chronograph function operated by a dedicated pushbutton switch
provided for each pilot.

(2) Electronic Centralized Aircraft Monitor System (ECAM)


(Ref. Fig. 007)
The ECAM system comprises the following equipment :
- One upper display unit for engine/warning display
- One lower display unit for system/status display
- One ECAM control panel
- Two Flight Warning Computers (FWC)
- Two System Data Acquisition Concentrators (SDAC)
- Two MASTER WARN (MW) and two MASTER CAUT (MC) lights.
- Two Cockpit Audio Loudspeakers (CAL)
- Three DMCs common with EFIS
The ECAM system provides the crew with
- engine primary indication, fuel quantity on board and flaps/slats
position indication
- operational assistance for both normal and abnormal aircraft system
configurations.
The ECAM system performs appropriate presentation on the two display
units devoted to ECAM.
In addition the ECAM system generates aural and visual warnings. The
aural warnings are transmitted by the Cockpit Audio Loudspeakers.
The visual signals are transmitted by the DU messages and the MASTER
WARN and MASTER CAUT lights.

(a) Upper display unit


(Ref. Fig. 008)
In normal operation, i.e. without DU failure, the top two thirds
of the display will present engine indications, plus fuel
quantity and flaps/slats position indications.
The bottom third will present :
- either MEMO messages, i.e. a reminder of functions/systems
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- or MEMO messages including some key items of the normal
check/list in the Take-Off and the Approach phases
- or warning/caution messages, giving the title of the failure
and the corresponding procedures/actions to be performed.

(b) Lower display unit


(Ref. Fig. 008)
In normal operation, the display unit will present :

1
_ either an A/C system synoptic diagram, corresponding to the
current phase of flight or to the crew manual selection, or to
the caution/ warning that is being shown to the crew
eventually ;

2
_ or status messages, i.e. :
- an operational summary of the aircraft condition,
- an explanation of possible autoland capability downgrading,
- indications of the aircraft status following all failures
except those that do not affect the flight,
- general contents, limitations (speed, altitude), peculiar or
emergency postponable procedures, information, etc.
These STATUS messages will appear once the crew has cleared
all the pages correponding to the current warning/caution, or
upon manual call.
At last, the two bottom lines are reserved for the display of
A/C parameters such as TAT, SAT, A/C Gross weight.

(3) EIS reconfigurations


(Ref. Fig. 009)
The selected architecture offers a large versatility thanks to
several redundancies :
- DMC 3 can replace DMC 1 or DMC 2,
- transfers between PFD and ND images are available,
- upper ECAM DU image (Engines and Memo/Warning) can be transferred
on lower ECAM DU which is normally dedicated to systems/status
display,
- Upper or lower ECAM DU image can be transferred on CAPT or F/O ND,
- the two FWCs and the two SDACs are identical and are configured in
such a way that all the master warnings and cautions are still
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INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROL PANELS - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
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TASK 31-10-00-700-001

Test Program after Removal/Installation of a VU panel

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Do the tests necessary to make sure that all the primary functions are
operational after removal/installation of VU panel.

It is possible that your version of the panel does not have all of these
functions. Do only the tests that are applicable to your version of the
panel.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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21-21-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Cabin Recirculation Fans 14HG


and 15HG.
21-26-00-710-002 Operational Check of Override Function (BLOWER and
EXTRACT)
21-27-00-710-001 Operational Check of Fault Warning
R 21-31-00-710-003 Operational Test of Manual Mode Selection and Manual
R Mode Pressure Control and Functional Test of Manual
R Mode Cabin Altitude/Outflow Valve Position Indication
21-31-00-710-004 Operational Test of the Outflow Valve Closing in
Ditching Configuration
21-43-00-710-002 Operational Test of the FWD Cargo Compartment Heating
System
21-51-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Flow Control and Indicating
System
21-51-00-710-003 Operational Test of the Flow Control Valves Closing
21-55-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Emergency Ram-Air Inlet
21-63-00-720-001 Functional Test of the Cockpit and Cabin Temperature
Control without CFDS/MCDU.
22-60-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Automatic Change-Over
Function
R 22-70-00-610-008 Upload the FM Data
22-96-00-710-001 Operational Test of the AFS
22-97-00-710-001 Operational Test of the LAND CAT III Capability



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23-33-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Passenger Entertainment


System (Music)
23-36-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Passenger Entertainment
(Video)
23-36-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Landscape Camera
23-42-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Mechanic Call
23-44-00-700-001 Operational Test of the Service Interphone
23-51-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Audio Management
23-71-00-710-001 Operational Test of the CVR and the CVR Channel
Recording
23-71-00-720-002 Functional Test of the bulk-erase function and
bulk-erase inhibition-logic of the CVR
23-73-00-710-003 Operational test of the Cabin and Flight Crew
Interphone System
23-73-00-710-004 Operational test of the Emergency Evacuation (EVAC)
Signaling System
23-73-00-710-006 Operational test of the battery-bus powered PA
23-73-00-710-017 Operational test of the Cabin Signs
23-73-00-710-021 Operational test of the Cabin and Flight Crew
Interphone System
23-73-00-710-026 Operational test of the Emergency Evacuation (EVAC)
Signaling System
24-21-00-710-040 Operational Test of the IDG Disconnect and Reconnect
(Reset) Function - Engine Static
24-21-00-710-042 Operational Test of the IDG Disconnect and Reconnect
(Reset) Function - Engine Static
24-22-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Generator Line Contactor
(GLC-1) Opening in the Smoke Procedure
24-22-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Transfer Inhibition
24-24-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Emergency Generation System
R 24-25-00-710-001 Operational Test of the AC Essential-Generation
Switching
24-26-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Manual and Automatic Shedding
of the Galleys
24-28-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Static Inverter (3XB) when
the Aircraft Electrical Circuits are Energized from
the External Power
24-41-00-740-002 Operational Test of the Ground Power Control Unit
(GPCU)
24-41-00-740-002 Operational Check of GAPCU via CFDS
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-56-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Galley Supply



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25-65-00-740-001 Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) System - BITE


Test
26-12-00-710-001 Operational Check of Loop/Squib
26-16-00-710-001 Operational Check of Cargo-Compartment
Smoke-Detection by PTT
26-16-00-710-003 Operational Check of Cargo-Compartment
Smoke-Detection by CFDS to Confirm Isolation Valve
Latching Circuit Integrity
26-16-00-710-008 Operational Test of the Ground Cooling Isolation
Valve to Verify Closing in Case of Smoke Warning
26-22-00-710-001 Operational Test of the APU Fire-Extinguishing
Loop/Squib
26-23-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Cargo-Compartment
Fire-Extinguishing System
26-23-00-710-003 Check Firing Circuit Continuity and perform
Operational Check of Priority Switching
26-23-00-710-004 Perform Functional Check of Time Delay for
Illumination of Disch Agent 2 Reminder Light
26-23-00-720-001 Check Firing Circuit Continuity
27-22-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Reset Function
27-51-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Wing Tip Brake and the
Pressure Off Brake
27-54-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Flap System
27-96-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Computers
Engagement/Disengagement
27-96-00-710-003 Operational Test of the Side Stick Priority
28-21-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Wing-Tank Fuel Control
28-21-00-710-010 Operational Test of the Center Tank Pump Control
28-23-00-720-001 Operational Test of Crossfeed Valve Using Individual
Motors: ...
28-25-00-710-003 Operational Test of the Refuel System
28-26-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Main Transfer System
28-28-00-710-001 Operational Check of the ACT Manual Transfer System
29-10-00-720-001 Functional Check of Hydraulic Fire Shut-Off Valves
29-12-00-710-001 Functional Check of Blue Electrical Pump Pressure by
Reading ECAM Indication
29-22-00-710-003 Operational Test of the Manual Deployment and the
Retraction of the Ram Air Turbine
29-22-00-710-007 Operational Test of the Manual Deployment and the
Retraction of the Ram Air Turbine
29-22-00-720-001 Operational Check of RAT Manual Deployment,
Functional Check of RAT using Ground Test Unit and
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30-11-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Wing Ice-Protection System


30-42-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Windshield Anti-Icing and
Defogging
30-45-00-200-001 Inspection/Check of the Operation of the Windshield
Wipers.
30-45-00-720-001 Functional Test of the Windshield Rain Protection.
31-32-00-600-001 Uploading of the Maintenance Filter Data Base to the
CFDIU with the Portable Data Loader (SFIM)
31-50-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Flight Warning Computer (FWC)
31-50-00-710-003 Operational Test of the System Data Acquisition
Concentrator (SDAC)
31-60-00-710-002 Operational Test of EFIS/ECAM Switching Functions
31-60-00-710-003 PFD/ND/Upper and Lower ECAM Display Units (DU) -
Brightness
31-60-00-710-005 Operational Test of EFIS/ECAM Automatic and Manual
Transfer
32-42-00-710-003 Operational Check of Antiskid Inhibition
32-42-00-710-005 Operational test of the autobrake deceleration rate
arming
32-45-00-710-001 Operational Check of the Parking Brake System Using
Individual Motors in Turn
33-12-00-710-001 Operational Test of the General Illumination
33-13-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Instrument and Panel Integral
Lighting
33-14-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Annunciator Light Test System
in the Cockpit
R
33-35-00-720-001 Functional Test of the Avionics-Compartment Lighting
33-41-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Navigation Lights
33-42-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Landing Lights
33-43-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Runway Turnoff Lights
33-46-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Taxi and Take Off Lights
33-47-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Logo Lights
33-48-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Anti-Collision/Strobe
Lighting
33-48-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Anti-Collision/Strobe
Lighting
33-49-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Wing and Engine Scan Lights
34-10-00-710-007 Test of the Angle of Attack Warning
34-11-15-710-001 Test of the Pitot Probe (9DA1, 9DA2, 9DA3) without
the CFDS
34-13-00-710-001 Operational Test of the AIR DATA Switching Function



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34-14-00-710-003 Operational Test of the Attitude/Heading (ATT/HDG)


Switching Function
34-35-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Head Up Display (HUD)
34-48-00-710-001 Operational Test of GPWS Ground Self-test Function
34-52-00-720-009 Functionnal Test of the Remote ATC Control Box
35-12-00-710-001 Operational test of the Crew Oxygen Distribution
35-23-00-710-001 Operational Check of Manual Mask Release
R 36-11-00-710-003 Operational Test of the Bleed Air System of the
R Engine 1 or 2
49-00-00-710-004 Operational Test of the APU (4005KM) (GTCP 36-300)
49-00-00-710-008 Operational Test of the APU (APS 3200)
49-00-00-710-010 Operational Test of the APU (131-9(A))
52-51-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Cockpit Door Lock System
(CDLS)
52-51-12-400-001 Installation of the Electric Release Strike
73-21-60-720-040 Functional Test of the Electronic Control Unit (ECU)
73-22-34-710-040 Operational Test of the EEC
ESPM 20-52-10

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 31-10-00-860-050

A. Not applicable.

4. Procedure
_________

NOTE : Some aircraft do not have all the systems/functions referred to in


____
this procedure. Ignore the tests related to systems/functions that
are not installed on your aircraft.

Subtask 31-10-00-710-050

A. Preliminary Tests

(1) Do a visual check of the locking connectors (Ref. ESPM 20-52-10).

(2) Do the operational test of the instrument and panel integral lighting
(Ref. TASK 33-13-00-710-001).

(3) Do the operational test of the annunciator light test system in the
cockpit (Ref. TASK 33-14-00-710-001).



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Subtask 31-10-00-710-051

B. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 8VU

(1) Do the operational test of the EFIS/ECAM switching functions


(Ref. TASK 31-60-00-710-002).

(2) Do the operational test of the AIR DATA switching function (Ref. TASK
34-13-00-710-001).

(3) Do the operational test of the attitude/heading switching function


(Ref. TASK 34-14-00-710-003).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-052

C. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 15VU

(1) Do the operational test of the Audio Management Unit (Ref. TASK 23-
51-00-710-001).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-053

D. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 16VU

(1) Do the operational test of the Audio Management Unit (Ref. TASK 23-
51-00-710-001).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-054

E. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 17VU

(1) Do the operational test of the Audio Management Unit (Ref. TASK 23-
51-00-710-001).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-055

F. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 21VU

(1) Do the operational test of the passenger entertainment (video)


(Ref. TASK 23-36-00-710-001).

(2) Do the operational test of the mechanic call (Ref. TASK 23-42-00-710-
001).

(3) Do the operational test of the CVR (Ref. TASK 23-71-00-710-001).



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(4) Do the operational test of the cabin and flight crew
interphone-system (Ref. TASK 23-73-00-710-003).

(5) Do the operational test of the emergency evacuation (EVAC) signalling


system (Ref. TASK 23-73-00-710-004).

(6) Do the operational test of the battery-bus powered passenger-address


system (Ref. TASK 23-73-00-710-006).

(7) Do the operational test of the cabin and flight crew


interphone-system (Ref. TASK 23-73-00-710-021).

(8) Do the operational test of the emergency evacuation (EVAC) signalling


system (Ref. TASK 23-73-00-710-026).

(9) Do the operational test of the Generator Line Contactor (GLC-1)


opening in the smoke procedure (Ref. TASK 24-22-00-710-001).

(10) Do the operational test of the emergency generation system (Ref. TASK
24-24-00-710-001).

(11) Do the inspection/check of the operation of the windshield wipers


(Ref. TASK 30-45-00-200-001).

(12) Do the functional test of the windshield rain protection (Ref. TASK
30-45-00-720-001).

(13) Do the operational test of the GPWS ground self-test function


(Ref. TASK 34-48-00-710-001).

(14) Do the operational test of the crew oxygen distribution (Ref. TASK
35-12-00-710-001).

(15) Do the operational test of manual mask release (Ref. TASK 35-23-00-
710-001).



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Subtask 31-10-00-710-056-A

G. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 22VU

(1) Do the operational test of the cabin recirculation fans 14HG and 15HG
(Ref. TASK 21-21-00-710-001).

(2) Do the operational test of the override function (BLOWER and EXTRACT)
(Ref. TASK 21-26-00-710-002).

(3) Do the operational test of the avionics-equipment ground-cooling


fault warning (Ref. TASK 21-27-00-710-001).

(4) Do the operational test of the FWD cargo-compartment heating system


(Ref. TASK 21-43-00-710-002).

(5) Do the operational test of the landscape camera (Ref. TASK 23-36-00-
710-002).

(6) Do the operational test of the cargo-compartment smoke-detection


system by PTT (Ref. TASK 26-16-00-710-001).

(7) Do the operational test of the cargo-compartment smoke-detection with


the CFDS to confirm isolation valve latching circuit integrity
(Ref. TASK 26-16-00-710-003).

(8) Do the operational test of the ground cooling isolation valve to


verify closing in case of smoke warning (Ref. TASK 26-16-00-710-008).

(9) Do the operational test of the cargo-compartment fire-extinguishing


system. (Ref. TASK 26-23-00-710-001).

(10) Do a check of the firing circuit continuity and do the operational


test of priority switching (Ref. TASK 26-23-00-710-003).

(11) Do the functional test of time delay for illumination of DISCH AGENT
2 reminder light (Ref. TASK 26-23-00-710-004).

(12) Do a continuity check of the cargo-compartment firing-circuit


(Ref. TASK 26-23-00-720-001).

(13) Do the inspection/check of the operation of the windshield wipers


(Ref. TASK 30-45-00-200-001).


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(14) Do the functional test of the windshield rain protection (Ref. TASK
30-45-00-720-001).

(15) Do the operational test of the Engine Electronic Control (EEC)


(Ref. TASK 73-22-34-710-040).

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

Subtask 31-10-00-710-056

G. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 22VU

(1) Do the operational test of the cabin recirculation fans 14HG and 15HG
(Ref. TASK 21-21-00-710-001).

(2) Do the operational test of the override function (BLOWER and EXTRACT)
(Ref. TASK 21-26-00-710-002).

(3) Do the operational test of the avionics-equipment ground-cooling


fault warning (Ref. TASK 21-27-00-710-001).

(4) Do the operational test of the FWD cargo-compartment heating system


(Ref. TASK 21-43-00-710-002).

(5) Do the operational test of the landscape camera (Ref. TASK 23-36-00-
710-002).

(6) Do the operational test of the cargo-compartment smoke-detection


system by PTT (Ref. TASK 26-16-00-710-001).

(7) Do the operational test of the cargo-compartment smoke-detection with


the CFDS to confirm isolation valve latching circuit integrity
(Ref. TASK 26-16-00-710-003).

(8) Do the operational test of the ground cooling isolation valve to


verify closing in case of smoke warning (Ref. TASK 26-16-00-710-008).

(9) Do the operational test of the cargo-compartment fire-extinguishing


system. (Ref. TASK 26-23-00-710-001).

(10) Do a check of the firing circuit continuity and do the operational


test of priority switching (Ref. TASK 26-23-00-710-003).

(11) Do the functional test of time delay for illumination of DISCH AGENT
2 reminder light (Ref. TASK 26-23-00-710-004).



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R (12) Do a continuity check of the cargo-compartment firing-circuit
R (Ref. TASK 26-23-00-720-001).

R (13) Do the inspection/check of the operation of the windshield wipers


R (Ref. TASK 30-45-00-200-001).

R (14) Do the functional test of the windshield rain protection (Ref. TASK
R 30-45-00-720-001).

R (15) Do the functional test of the Electronic Control Unit (ECU)


R (Ref. TASK 73-21-60-720-040).

R **ON A/C ALL

Subtask 31-10-00-710-057

H. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 23VU

(1) Do the operational test of the computers engagement/disengagement


(Ref. TASK 27-96-00-710-002).

(2) Do the operational test of the automatic change-over function


(Ref. TASK 22-60-00-710-002).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-058

J. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 24VU

(1) Do the operational test of the computers engagement/disengagement


(Ref. TASK 27-96-00-710-002).

(2) Do the operational test of the automatic change-over function


(Ref. TASK 22-60-00-710-002).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-059

K. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 25VU

(1) Do the operational test of the general illumination (Ref. TASK 33-12-
00-710-001).

(2) Do the operational test of the manual pressure control and monitoring
(Ref. TASK 21-31-00-710-003).

(3) Do the operational test of the outflow valve closing in ditching


configuration (Ref. TASK 21-31-00-710-004).



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(4) Do the operational test of the cabin signs (only the test of the
passengers lighted signs Para. 4.A.) (Ref. TASK 23-73-00-710-017).

(5) Do the operational test of the wing ice-protection system (Ref. TASK
30-11-00-710-001).

(6) Do the operational test of the windshield anti-icing and defogging


(Ref. TASK 30-42-00-710-001).

(7) Do an inspection/check of the operation of the windshield wipers


(Ref. TASK 30-45-00-200-001).

(8) Do the operational test of the annunciator light test system in the
cockpit (Ref. TASK 33-14-00-710-001).

(9) Do the operational test of the navigation lights (Ref. TASK 33-41-00-
710-001).

(10) Do the operational test of the landing lights (Ref. TASK 33-42-00-
710-001).

(11) Do the operational test of the runway turnoff lights (Ref. TASK 33-
43-00-710-001).

(12) Do the operational test of the taxi and take off lights (Ref. TASK
33-46-00-710-001).

(13) Do the operational test of the logo lights (Ref. TASK 33-47-00-710-
002).

(14) Do the operational test of the anti-collision/strobe lighting


(Ref. TASK 33-48-00-710-001).

(15) Do the operational test of the anti-collision/strobe lighting


(Ref. TASK 33-48-00-710-002).

(16) Do the operational test of the wing and engine scan lights (Ref. TASK
33-49-00-710-001).

(17) Do the test of the pitot probe (9DA1, 9DA2, 9DA3) without the CFDS
(Ref. TASK 34-11-15-710-001).

(18) Do the operational test of the APU (GTCP 36-300) (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-
710-004).

(19) Do the operational test of the APU (APS 3200) (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-
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(20) Do the operational test of the APU (131-9(A)) (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-
710-010).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-060

L. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 27VU

(1) Do the operational test of the passenger entertainment system (music)


(Ref. TASK 23-33-00-710-002).

(2) Do the operational test of the passenger entertainment (video)


(Ref. TASK 23-36-00-710-001).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-061

M. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 30VU

(1) Do the operational test of the flow control and indicating system
(Ref. TASK 21-51-00-710-002).

(2) Do the operational test of the flow control valves closing (Ref. TASK
21-51-00-710-003).

(3) Do the operational test of the emergency ram-air inlet (Ref. TASK 21-
55-00-710-001).

(4) Do the functional test of the cockpit and cabin temperature control
without CFDS/MCDU (Ref. TASK 21-63-00-720-001).

(5) Do the operational test of the bleed air system (Ref. TASK 36-11-00-
710-003).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-062

N. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 35VU

(1) Do the operational test of the Integrated Drive Generator (IDG)


disconnect and reconnect function (Ref. TASK 24-21-00-710-040). (CFM)

(2) Do the operational test of the Integrated Drive Generator (IDG)


disconnect and reconnect function (Ref. TASK 24-21-00-710-042). (IAE)

(3) Do the operational test of the transfer inhibition (Ref. TASK 24-22-
00-710-002).

(4) Do the operational test of the AC essential generation switching


(Ref. TASK 24-25-00-710-001).



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(5) Do the operational test of the manual and automatic shedding of the
galleys (Ref. TASK 24-26-00-710-001).

(6) Do the operational test of the static inverter (3XB) when the
aircraft electrical circuits are energized from the external power
(Ref. TASK 24-28-00-710-001).

(7) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits from the external power
(Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

(8) Do the operational test of the Ground Power Control Unit (GPCU)
(Ref. TASK 24-41-00-740-002).

(9) Do the operational test of the Ground Auxiliary Power Control Unit
(GAPCU) (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-740-002).

(10) Do the operational test of the galley supply (Ref. TASK 24-56-00-710-
001).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-063

P. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 40VU

(1) Do the operational test of the center tank pump control (Ref. TASK
28-21-00-710-010).

(2) Do the operational test of the wing-tank fuel control (Ref. TASK 28-
21-00-710-001).

(3) Do the operational test of the crossfeed valve (Ref. TASK 28-23-00-
720-001).

(4) Do the operational test of the main transfer system (Ref. TASK 28-26-
00-710-001).

(5) Do the operational test of the ACT manual transfer system (Ref. TASK
28-28-00-710-001).

(6) Do the functional test of the hydraulic fire shut-off valves 1046GK
and 3046GD (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-720-001).

(7) Do the operational test of the manual deployment and the retraction
of the Ram Air Turbine (Ref. TASK 29-22-00-710-003).

(8) Do the operational test of the manual deployment and the retraction
of the Ram Air Turbine (Ref. TASK 29-22-00-710-007).



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Subtask 31-10-00-710-090

Q. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 45VU

(1) Do the operational test of the cockpit door lock system (CDLS)
(Ref. TASK 52-51-00-710-002).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-064

R. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 48VU

(1) Do the operational test of the Audio Management Unit (Ref. TASK 23-
51-00-710-001).

R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

Subtask 31-10-00-710-065-A

S. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 50VU

(1) Do the operational test of the service interphone (Ref. TASK 23-44-
00-700-001).

(2) Do the operational test of the CVR (Ref. TASK 23-71-00-710-001).

(3) Do the functional test of the erase section of the CVR (Ref. TASK 23-
71-00-720-002).

(4) Do the operational test of the APU fire-extinguishing loop/squib


(Ref. TASK 26-22-00-710-001).

(5) Do the operational test of the electric pump of the Blue hydraulic
system (Ref. TASK 29-12-00-710-001).

(6) Do the operational test of the manual deployment of the Ram Air
Turbine and the functional test of the Ram Air Turbine (Ref. TASK 29-
22-00-720-001).

(7) Do the functional test of the avionics-compartment lighting


(Ref. TASK 33-35-00-720-001).

(8) Do the operational test of manual mask release (Ref. TASK 35-23-00-
710-001).

(9) Do the operational test of the Engine Electronic Control (EEC)


(Ref. TASK 73-22-34-710-040).



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Subtask 31-10-00-710-065

S. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 50VU

(1) Do the operational test of the service interphone (Ref. TASK 23-44-
00-700-001).

(2) Do the operational test of the CVR (Ref. TASK 23-71-00-710-001).

(3) Do the functional test of the erase section of the CVR (Ref. TASK 23-
71-00-720-002).

(4) Do the operational test of the APU fire-extinguishing loop/squib


(Ref. TASK 26-22-00-710-001).

(5) Do the operational test of the electric pump of the Blue hydraulic
system (Ref. TASK 29-12-00-710-001).

(6) Do the operational test of the manual deployment of the Ram Air
Turbine and the functional test of the Ram Air Turbine (Ref. TASK 29-
22-00-720-001).

(7) Do the functional test of the avionics-compartment lighting


(Ref. TASK 33-35-00-720-001).

(8) Do the operational test of manual mask release (Ref. TASK 35-23-00-
710-001).

(9) Do the functional test of the Electronic Control Unit (ECU)


(Ref. TASK 73-21-60-720-040).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 31-10-00-710-066

T. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 51VU

(1) Do the operational test of the refuel system (Ref. TASK 28-25-00-710-
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Subtask 31-10-00-710-067

U. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 52VU

(1) Do the uploading procedure with portable data loader to load the
navigation data base of the FMGC (Ref. TASK 22-70-00-610-008).

(2) Do the operational test of the AFS (Ref. TASK 22-96-00-710-001).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-068

V. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 54VU

The preliminary tests are sufficient (Ref. para. 4.A.).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-069

W. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 55VU

The preliminary tests are sufficient (Ref. para. 4.A.).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-070

X. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 56VU

(1) Do the operational test of the landscape camera (Ref. TASK 23-36-00-
710-002).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-071

Y. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 60VU

(1) Do the operational test of the Audio Management Unit (Ref. TASK 23-
51-00-710-001).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-072

Z. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 61VU

(1) Do the operational test of the Audio Management Unit (Ref. TASK 23-
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AA. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 62VU

(1) Do the operational test of the Audio Management Unit (Ref. TASK 23-
51-00-710-001).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-074

AB. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 63VU

(1) Do the operational test of the service interphone (Ref. TASK 23-44-
00-700-001).

(2) Do the operational test of the Audio Management Unit (Ref. TASK 23-
51-00-710-001).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-075

AC. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 64VU

(1) Do the operational test of the Audio Management Unit (Ref. TASK 23-
51-00-710-001).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-076

AD. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 108VU

(1) Do the operational test of the mechanic call (Ref. TASK 23-42-00-710-
001).

(2) Do the operational test of the Audio Management Unit (Ref. TASK 23-
51-00-710-001).

(3) Do the BITE test of the Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) system
(Ref. TASK 25-65-00-740-001).

(4) Do the operational test of the annunciator light test system on the
R EXT PWR panel 108VU (Ref. TASK 33-14-00-710-001).

(5) Do the operational test of the APU (GTCP 36-300) (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-
710-004).

(6) Do the operational test of the APU (APS 3200) (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-
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(7) Do the operational test of the APU (131-9(A)) (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-
710-010).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-077

AE. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 110VU

(1) Do the operational test of the reset function (Ref. TASK 27-22-00-
710-001).

(2) Do the operational test of the parking brake system (Ref. TASK 32-45-
00-710-001) .

Subtask 31-10-00-710-078

AF. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 111VU

(1) Do the operational test of the general illumination (Ref. TASK 33-12-
00-710-001).

(2) Do the operational test of the electrical release strike (Ref. TASK
52-51-12-400-001) para. 4.D.

Subtask 31-10-00-710-079

AG. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 112VU

(1) Do the operational test of the general illumination (Ref. TASK 33-12-
00-710-001).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-080

AH. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 114VU

(1) Do the operational test of the wing tip brake and the pressure off
brake (Ref. TASK 27-51-00-710-001).

(2) Do the operational test of the flap system (Ref. TASK 27-54-00-710-
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Subtask 31-10-00-710-081-A

AJ. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 115VU

(1) Do the operational test of the engine fire and overheat detection
(loop/squib) (Ref. TASK 26-12-00-710-001).

(2) Do the operational test of the Engine Electronic Control (EEC)


(Ref. TASK 73-22-34-710-040).

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

Subtask 31-10-00-710-081

AJ. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 115VU

(1) Do the operational test of the engine fire and overheat detection
(loop/squib) (Ref. TASK 26-12-00-710-001).

(2) Do the functional test of the Electronic Control Unit (ECU)


(Ref. TASK 73-21-60-720-040).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 31-10-00-710-082

AK. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 117VU

(1) Do the uploading procedure to load the maintenance filter data base
of the CFDIU (Ref. TASK 31-32-00-600-001).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-089

AL. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 119VU

(1) Do the operational test of the cockpit door lock system (CDLS)
(Ref. TASK 52-51-00-710-002).



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AM. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 130VU

(1) Do the operational test of the general illumination (Ref. TASK 33-12-
00-710-001).

(2) Do the operational test of the LAND CAT III capability (Ref. TASK 22-
97-00-710-001).

(3) Do the operational test of the Audio Management Unit (if RADIO PTT
Pushbutton switch installed) (Ref. TASK 23-51-00-710-001).

(4) Do the operational test of the side stick priority (Ref. TASK 27-96-
00-710-003).

(5) Do the operational test of the Flight Warning Computer (FWC)


(Ref. TASK 31-50-00-710-002).

(6) Do the operational test of the System Data Acquisition Concentrator


(SDAC) (Ref. TASK 31-50-00-710-003).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-084

AN. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 131VU

(1) Do the operational test of the general illumination (Ref. TASK 33-12-
00-710-001).

(2) Do the operational test of the LAND CAT III capability (Ref. TASK 22-
97-00-710-001).

(3) Do the operational test of the Audio Management Unit (if RADIO PTT
pushbutton switch installed) (Ref. TASK 23-51-00-710-001).

(4) Do the operational test of the side stick priority (Ref. TASK 27-96-
00-710-003).

(5) Do the operational test of the Flight Warning Computer (FWC)


(Ref. TASK 31-50-00-710-002).

(6) Do the operational test of the System Data Acquisition Concentrator


(SDAC) (Ref. TASK 31-50-00-710-003).

(7) Do the operational test of the Head Up Display (DU) (Ref. TASK 34-35-
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AP. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 301VU

(1) Do the operational test of the General Illumination (Ref. TASK 33-12-
00-710-001).

(2) Do the operational test of the Audio Management Unit (Ref. TASK 23-
51-00-710-001).

(3) Do the operational test of the EFIS/ECAM switching functions


(Ref. TASK 31-60-00-710-002).

(4) Do the brightness test of the PFD/ND/upper and lower ECAM Display
Units (DU) (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-710-003).

(5) Do the operational test of the angle-of-attack warning (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-710-007).

(6) Do the operational test of the GPWS ground self-test function


(Ref. TASK 34-48-00-710-001).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-086

AQ. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 402VU

CAUTION : DO NOT CONTINUE THE TEST FOR MORE THAN ONE MINUTE TO PREVENT
_______
DAMAGE TO THE PROBES.

(1) Landing gear indication test

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ACTION RESULT
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1. On the MCDU 1(2): - the MCDU 1(2) is on.


- Adjust the brightness of the
MCDU screen:

2. On the MCDU 1(2): On the MCDU 1(2):


- push the MCDU MENU mode key. - the MCDU MENU page comes into view.

3. On the MCDU 1(2): On the MCDU 1(2):


- push the line key adjacent to - the CFDS MENU page comes into view.
the CFDS indication.

4. On the MCDU 1(2): On the MCDU 1(2):



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ACTION RESULT
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- push the line key adjacent to - the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST page comes
the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST into view.
indication.

5. Push the line key adjacent to the On the MCDU 1(2):


L/G indication - the SYSTEM REPORT TEST L/G page comes
into view.

6. Push the line key adjacent to the the LGCIU1 page comes into view.
LGCIU1 indication.

7. Push the NEXT PAGE key. the LGCIU1 page comes into view.

8. Push the line key adjacent to the On the MCDU 1(2):


LANDING GEAR SIMULATION - the LGCIU1 LANDING GEAR SIMULATION
indication. page comes into view.

9. Push the line key adjacent to the On the MCDU 1(2):


NOSE + LH + RH indication. - the LGCIU1 NOSE + LH + RH page comes
into view.

10. Push the line key adjacent to On the MCDU 1(2):


the UP LOCKED indication - the LGCIU1 NOSE + LH + RH page comes
into view.

On the panel 402VU:


- the three UNLK legends come on (red)
- the three downlock symbols go off

11. Push the line key adjacent to On the MCDU 1(2):


the DOWN LOCKED indication. - the LGCIU1 NOSE + LH + RH page comes
into view.

On the panel 402VU:


- the three UNLK legends go off
- the three downlock symbols come on
(green).

12. Push the line key adjacent to


the RETURN indication until the
CFDS menu page comes into view.

(2) Do the operational test of the anti-skid inhibition (Ref. TASK 32-42-
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(3) Do the operational test of the autobrake deceleration rate arming
(Ref. TASK 32-42-00-710-005).

(4) Do the operational test of the GPWS ground self-test function


(Ref. TASK 34-48-00-710-001).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-087

AR. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 403VU

(1) Do the operational test of the GPWS ground self-test function


(Ref. TASK 34-48-00-710-001).

R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

Subtask 31-10-00-710-088

AS. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 500VU

(1) Do the operational test of the general illumination (Ref. TASK 33-12-
00-710-001).

(2) Do the operational test of the Audio Management Unit (Ref. TASK 23-
51-00-710-001).

R (3) Do the operational test of the EFIS/ECAM switching functions


R (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-710-002).

R (4) Do the brightness test of the PFD/ND/upper and lower ECAM Display
R Units (DU) (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-710-003).

(5) Do the operational test of the angle-of-attack warning (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-710-007).

(6) Do the operational test of the GPWS ground self-test function


(Ref. TASK 34-48-00-710-001).



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R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

Subtask 31-10-00-710-088-A

AS. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 500VU

(1) Do the operational test of the general illumination (Ref. TASK 33-12-
00-710-001).

(2) Do the operational test of the Audio Management Unit (Ref. TASK 23-
51-00-710-001).

(3) Do the operational test of EFIS/ECAM Automatic and Manual Transfer


(Ref. TASK 31-60-00-710-005).

(4) Do the brightness test of the PFD/ND/upper and lower ECAM Display
Units (DU) (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-710-003).

(5) Do the operational test of the angle-of-attack warning (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-710-007).

(6) Do the operational test of the GPWS ground self-test function


(Ref. TASK 34-48-00-710-001).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 31-10-00-710-092

AT. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 619VU

(1) Do the functional test of the remote ATC control box (Ref. TASK 34-
52-00-720-009).

Subtask 31-10-00-710-093

AU. Test Program after Removal/Installation of the Panel 620VU

(1) Do the functional test of the remote ATC control box (Ref. TASK 34-
52-00-720-009).



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OVERHEAD CONTROL AND INDICATING PANEL (25VU) - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
____________________________________________________________________

R TASK 31-14-25-860-002

R Floor Path Emergency-Lighting Inhibition With Removal of the Overhead Panel


R 25VU

R 1. __________________
Reason for the Job

R Self Explanatory

R 2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

R A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

R No specific blanking caps

R B. Referenced Information

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

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


R from the External Power
R 31-14-25-991-001 Fig. 201

R 3. __________
Job Set-up

R Subtask 31-14-25-862-052

R A. De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits


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



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R 4. Procedure
_________

R Subtask 31-14-25-000-051

R A. Removal of the Overhead Control and Indicating Panel


R (Ref. Fig. 201/TASK 31-14-25-991-001)

R (1) Loosen the four quarter-turn fasteners.

R (2) Pull the panel 25VU from its housing.

R (3) Disconnect the electrical connectors.

R (4) Remove the panel 25VU.

R (5) Put blanking caps on the disconnected electrical connectors (1), (3),
R (4) and (5).

R (6) On the connector (2), make a shunt between terminals A and S.



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Panel 25VU - Location in the Cockpit and Rear Face
Figure 201/TASK 31-14-25-991-001



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TASK 31-14-25-400-001

R Installation of the 25VU

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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

R 21-31-00-710-003 Operational Test of the Manual Pressure Control and


R Monitoring
R 21-31-00-710-004 Operational Test of the Outflow Valve Closing in
R Ditching Configuration
R 23-73-00-710-017 Operational Test of the Cabin Signs
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
R 30-11-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Wing Ice-Protection System
R 33-14-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Annunciator Light Test System
R in the Cockpit
R 33-41-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Navigation Lights
R 33-42-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Landing Lights
R 33-43-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Runway Turnoff Lights
R 33-46-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Taxi and Take Off Lights
R 33-48-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Anti-Collision/Strobe
R Lighting
R 33-49-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Wing and Engine Scan Lights
R 33-51-00-710-004 Check manual Operation from both Control Panels and
R check all Cabin Lights and Signs illuminated by
R Batteries
R 34-11-15-710-001 Test of the Pitot Probe (9DA1, 9DA2, 9DA3) without
R the CFDS

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 31-14-25-862-051

A. De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits


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



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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 31-14-25-400-051

A. Installation of the Overhead Control and Indicating Panel

(1) Clean the component interface and/or the adjacent area.

(2) Do a visual inspection of the component interface and/or the adjacent


area.

(3) Remove the shunt from the connector 2423VC.

(4) Remove the blanking caps from the electrical connectors (1), (3),
(4), (5).

(5) Make sure that the electrical connectors are clean and in the correct
condition.

(6) Install the panel 25VU in its housing.

(7) Connect the electrical connectors.

(8) Tighten the four quarter-turn fasteners.

Subtask 31-14-25-861-052

B. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits


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

Subtask 31-14-25-710-051

R C. Do the following tests:


R - Operational Test of the Annunciator Light System (Ref. TASK 33-14-00-
710-001),
R - Operational Test of the Wing Ice-Protection System (Ref. TASK 30-11-00-
R 710-001),
R - Operational Test of the Anti-Collision/Strobe Lighting (Ref. TASK 33-
R 48-00-710-002),
R - Operational Test of the Navigation Lights (Ref. TASK 33-41-00-710-001),
R - Check manual Operation from both Control Panels and check all Cabin
R Lights and Signs illuminated by Batteries (Ref. TASK 33-51-00-710-004),
R - Operational Test of the Cabin Signs (only the test of the passengers
R lighted signs, Para. 4.A.) (Ref. TASK 23-73-00-710-017),
R - Operational Test of the Landing Lights (Ref. TASK 33-42-00-710-001),
R - Operational Test of the Manual Pressure Control and Monitoring
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R - Operational Test of the Outflow Valve Closing in Ditching Configuration
R (Ref. TASK 21-31-00-710-004),
R - Test of the Pitot Probe (9DA1, 9DA2, 9DA3) without the CFDS (Ref. TASK
R 34-11-15-710-001),
R - Operational Test of the Taxi and Take Off Lights (Ref. TASK 33-46-00-
R 710-001),
R - Operational Test of the Wing and Engine Scan Lights (Ref. TASK 33-49-
R 00-710-001),
R - Operational Test of the Runway Turnoff Lights (Ref. TASK 33-43-00-710-
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ELECTRICAL CLOCK - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
____________________________________________

1. General
_______

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

(Ref. Fig. 001)

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

**ON A/C ALL

Universal Coordinated Time (UTC) is provided by a fully independent


electrical clock with built-in time base, located on the R center instrument
panel 400VU.
Moreover, the clock provides UTC in the form of an ARINC 429 format bus for
the centralized fault display interface unit (CFDIU), the flight data
interface unit (FDIU) and the two flight management and guidance computers
(FMGC).
The clock is powered by two electrical circuits with one circuit directly
connected to the aircraft battery. This enables time to be counted in memory
throughout the period that aircraft is parked.

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

Furthermore, the clock is provided with a built-in battery which enables


time to be counted in memory during aircraft battery removal (standby power
capacity: 50 hours).

NOTE : (the SB VENDOR SEXTANT GMT/4200 Amdt F may permanently remove the
____
clock batteries).

**ON A/C ALL

2. __________________
Component Location

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

(Ref. Fig. 002)



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Figure 001


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Figure 001A


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Figure 002


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R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 002A)

**ON A/C ALL

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FIN I FUNCTIONAL DESIGNATION I PANELIZONEIACCESS I ATA
I I I I DOOR I REF.
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2FS CLOCK 400VU 212 31-21-21
33LP SW-INT LT/ANN LT 25VU 210



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Figure 002A


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3. __________________
System Description

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

A. Presentation and Operation


This self-contained clock with built-in time base is contained in a 3 ATI
case. It features the controls and the information related to each of the
following functions :
- time (UTC) : display in hours and minutes on a digital counter
- elapsed time (ET) : display in hours and minutes on a digital counter
- chronometer (CHR) : display in seconds and minutes by means of a sweep
hand and a digital counter respectively
- date : display in lieu and place of UTC display by action on a
pushbutton switch.

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

A. Presentation and Operation


This self-contained clock with built-in time base is contained in a 3 ATI
case. It features the controls and the information related to each of the
following functions :
- time (UTC) : display in hours and minutes on a digital counter
- elapsed time (ET) : display in hours and minutes on a digital counter
- chronometer (CHR) : display in seconds and minutes on a digital counter
- date : display in lieu and place of UTC display by action on a
pushbutton switch.

**ON A/C ALL

(1) UTC

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

(Ref. Fig. 003)

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 003A)



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Figure 003


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Figure 003A


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R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

UTC is displayed in digital form :


- two digits for the hours (item 1)
- two digits for the minutes (item 2).

(a) Indication of tendency (the minute is divided into four sequences


of fifteen seconds each) by three horizontal segments (item 3):
- from 0 to 14 seconds : no segment comes on
- from 15 to 29 seconds : upper segment comes on
- from 30 to 44 seconds : the two upper segments come on
- from 45 to 59 seconds : the three segments come on.
A five-position selector switch identified UTC, located in the R
upper corner on the face of the clock, provides the five
following functions (item 4) :
- MO position : setting of month and year
- DY position : setting of day
- HR position : setting of hours
- MIN position : setting of minutes
- RUN position : validation of the function : the counter starts.
Time is indicated up to 23 hours 59 minutes.

NOTE : Switching from the MIN setting position to the RUN


____
validation and operation position is obtained by the
combined action of pressing and rotating the selector
switch.

(b) Setting of time and date


After selection of the desired setting position by means of the
UTC selector switch, setting of time and date is performed using
the pushbutton switch identified SET, located in the L upper
corner of the face of the clock.
During setting of time or date, only the digits corresponding to
the position of the UTC selector switch are displayed.

1
_ Operating mode
- Increasing Setting : by rotation of the SET pushbutton
switch in either direction
- Decreasing Setting : by momentary action on the SET
pushbutton switch.
Data are displayed successively.
- Setting of minutes : by placing the UTC selector switch in
MIN position.
Two cases are available.
Action on the SET pushbutton switch :


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The UTC second counter returns to zero (possible
extinguishing of tendency segments).
The UTC second counter runs when the UTC selector switch is
placed in RUN position after the setting of minutes.
No action on the SET pushbutton switch :
The UTC second counter is incremented.
- Setting of hours, days, months and years :
No influence on the UTC minute and second counters.
Remarks : The clock is programmed to take into account months
of 28, 29, 30 or 31 days.
The clock is capable of identifying leap years up to the year
2025 (possible extension).
The clock is initialized on the basic year corresponding to
the delivery year.
It is possible to increment or decrement the years by acting
on the month function.
Years are incremented when the months pass from 12 (december)
to 01 (january).
Years are decremented when the months pass from 01 (january)
to 12 (december).

(2) Elapsed time (ET)


Elapsed time is displayed in digital form :
- two digits for the hours (item 5)
- two digits for the minutes (item 6).
The elapsed time counter can totalize up to 99 hours 59 minutes.
Operation of the ET counter is controlled by a three-position
selector switch identified ET and located in the L lower angle of
the face of the clock (two stable positions RUN and STOP, one
spring-loaded position with automatic return to RST) (item 7) :
- RUN position : counter runs
- STOP position : counter stops. Display is frozen.
- RST position : the counter is reset to zero (momentary position)
and displays go off.

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

UTC is displayed in digital form in the UTC window :


- two digits for the hours (item 1)
- the two next digits for the minutes (item 2)
- the next smaller digits for the seconds (item 3).
A three-position selector switch identified GPS/INT/SET, located in
the right middle section of the face of the clock, provides the three
following functions
(item 5):
- GPS position: the time display is controlled by the GPS receiver



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- INT position: the time display is controlled by the clock internal
time base
- SET position: this position allows to set the clock internal time
base

Time is indicated up to 23 hours 59 minutes and 59 seconds.

(a) Not Applicable

(b) Setting of time and date

NOTE : During setting of time or date, only the digits which are
____
flashing can be set. The other digits are unchanged.

1
_ Operating mode

- Increasing Setting: by rotation of the SET pushbutton


switch, located in the left middle section of the face of
the clock, clockwise.
- Decreasing Setting: by rotating of the SET pushbutton
switch, counterclockwise.
The minutes digits are flashing first when the selector switch
is in the SET position, then the hours digits when the SET
knob is pressed once, then the years digits, then the months
digits and eventually the days digits.

(2) Elapsed time (ET)

(Ref. Fig. 003A)

Elapsed time is displayed in digital form:


- two digits for the hours (item 7 marked HR)
- the two next digits for the minutes (marked MIN).
The elapsed time counter can totalize up to 99 hours 59 minutes.
Operation of the ET counter is controlled by a three-position
selector switch: RUN/STP/RST (item 6) and located in the right lower
angle of the face of the clock.
- RUN position: counter runs
- STP position: counter stops. Display is frozen
- RST position: the counter is reset to zero (momentary position) and
displays go off.


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(3) Chronometer (CHR)

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

(Ref. Fig. 004)

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 004A)

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

- The CHR seconds are displayed in analog form by means of a sweep


hand which completes a turn in 60 seconds, with one increment every
second (item 8)
- The CHR minutes are totalized in digital form ; height of digits is
6.35 mm (item 9).
- The chronometer is controlled by a three-pressure pushbutton switch
identified CHR which can select three sequences (item 10) when
pressed (in) :
First pressure : the pointer of seconds starts followed by the
display of minutes.
Second pressure : the pointer of seconds stops and the minutes are
no longer totalized.
Third pressure : the pointer of seconds is reset to zero. The
display of minutes goes off.

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

- The CHR time is displayed in digtal form on the upper window:


minutes (item 10) and seconds (the next two digits marked SEC).
- The chronometer is controlled by a pushbutton switch located in the
right upper corner of the clock face, identified CHR and which can
select two sequences when pressed (in):
. First pressure: the chrono time starts counting followed by the
minutes.
. Second pressure: the chrono time stops counting
to restart the CHR time the pushbutton RST (item 9) has to be
pressed.



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Clock - UTC/Chronometer Display
Figure 004


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Clock - UTC/Chronometer Display
Figure 004A


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(4) Date

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

(Ref. Fig. 005)


- Display in lieu and place of UTC display :
Indication of the months by the left two digits (item 12).
Indication of the days by the right two digits (item 11).
- Display in lieu and place of elapsed time (ET) display:
Indication of the year (item 13).

NOTE : The date is displayed only if specifically selected upon crew


____
request or if set for updating purposes.

NOTE : The tendency segments go off.


____

- Date display
Date display is obtained by placing the UTC selector switch in the
RUN position and pressing the SET pushbutton switch (item 14).
The date is displayed when the SET pushbutton switch is pressed
(in).

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

- Display in lieu and place of UTC display:


Indication of the days by the right two digits
Indication of the months by the next two digits on the left
- Displayed in lieu and place of the seconds:
Indication of the year
- Date display
The date is displayed by pressing the DATE pushbutton switch when
the time of the day is displayed.

NOTE : The date is displayed only if specifically selected upon crew


____
request or if set for updating purposes.



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Clock - Date Display
Figure 005



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B. Internal Arrangement

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

(Ref. Fig. 006)

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 006A)

**ON A/C ALL

4. Interface
_________

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

(Ref. Fig. 001)

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

**ON A/C ALL

The clock provides UTC to the FMGC 1 and 2, the FDIU and the CFDIU. UTC is
provided to the users in the form of an ARINC 429 bus.
Time is encoded to label 125 in BCD format and label 150 in BNR format.
Date is encoded to label 260 in BCD format.
Equipment identification is encoded to label 377 in HEX format
(identification 031).

A. Sequence and Rating


Parameter sequence on the output bus is as follows :

(1) UTC in BCD format : label 125.

(2) UTC in BNR format : label 150.



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Clock - Internal Block Diagram
Figure 006



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Figure 006A


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(3) Date in BCD format : label 260.

(4) Equipment identification in HEX format : label 377.


The transmission rate is one parameter every 31.25 ms, the whole
period being 125 ms.

B. Word Structure
(Ref. Fig. 007)

5. Operation
_________

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

A. Normal Conditions
- Instruments are powered normally
- Erroneous display for 2 seconds maximum
- After 2 seconds :
CHR and ET displays are off.
UTC displays zero.
CHR sweep hand is at zero.
- Perform test of displays : place ANN LT switch located on panel 25VU in
TEST position. Make certain that all displays show 8s.

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

A. Normal Conditions
- Instruments are powered normally
- Perform test of displays : place ANN LT switch located on panel 25VU in
TEST position. Make certain that all displays show 8s (2 seconds on, 1
second off).

**ON A/C ALL

B. Failure Configuration

(1) Clock failure


- displays go off.

(2) Failure of electrical power supply.



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ARINC Word Structure
Figure 007



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**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

(a) Failure of main electrical power supply (aircraft bus):


- displays go off
- time is still counted in memory.

(b) Loss of aircraft battery power supply:


No effect provided that main power is available.

(c) Failure of main and aircraft battery power supplies.


If, for maintenance purposes, the aircraft battery is removed,
time is still counted in memory through the clock built-in
battery,
except when the SB SEXTANT GMT 4200 Amdt F which remove
permanently these clock batteries. In this last case the clock
cannot operate.

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

(a) Loss of main electrical power supply (aircraft bus):


- displays go off
- ARINC output disabled
- time is still counted in memory through the A/C battery supply.
- all pushbuttons are desabled
When the power is restored:
- the correct time is displayed again.

(b) Loss of aircraft battery power supply:


The time keeping function is lost, but can be recovered through
the GPS channel after the battery power has been restored (switch
to GPS mode).

(c) Loss of main and aircraft battery power supplies:


The clock does not operate.



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ELECTRICAL CLOCK - ADJUSTMENT/TEST
__________________________________

TASK 31-21-00-750-002

Procedure to set the Clock

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

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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

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


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

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

31-21-00-991-001 Fig. 501

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

31-21-00-991-001-A Fig. 501A

**ON A/C ALL

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 31-21-00-861-050

A. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).



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Subtask 31-21-00-865-050

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

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU CLOCK/NORM/SPLY 6FS F11

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

121VU CLOCK/STBY/SPLY 4FS N03

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

121VU CLOCK/STBY/SPLY 4FS N02

Subtask 31-21-00-865-052

C. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) open, safetied and
tagged

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
121VU CFDS/CFDIU/SPLY 2TW J18
121VU CFDS/CFDIU/BACK/UP 8TW J17

**ON A/C ALL

4. Procedure
_________

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

Subtask 31-21-00-750-050

A. Set the Clock

NOTE : When you set the time or the date, only the numbers related to the
____
position of the UTC selector switch are shown.
The number of mn, hours, days, months or years increases when you
turn the SET pushbutton switch.
The numbers decrease when you push the SET pushbutton switch.



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(Ref. Fig. 501/TASK 31-21-00-991-001)

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ACTION RESULT
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On the clock: The two numbers of the month come into


- set the UTC selector switch to MO. view
(Ref. Fig. 501/TASK 31-21-00-991-001)
item 1

- adjust the month with the SET


pushbutton switch.

- adjust the year:


when the month changes from 12
(december) to 01 (january) in the
MO display, the year increases in
the ET display.
when the month changes from 01
(january) to 12 (december) in the
MO display, the year decreases in
the ET display.

- set the UTC selector switch to DY. The two numbers of the day come into
view
(Ref. Fig. 501/TASK 31-21-00-991-001)
item 2

- adjust the day with the SET


pushbutton switch.

- set the UTC selector switch to HR. The two numbers of the hours come into
view
(Ref. Fig. 501/TASK 31-21-00-991-001)
item 1

- adjust the hours with the SET


pushbutton switch.

- set the UTC selector switch to The two numbers of the minutes come
MIN. into view
(Ref. Fig. 501/TASK 31-21-00-991-001)
item2

- adjust the minutes with the SET


pushbutton switch.


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Figure 501/TASK 31-21-00-991-001



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ACTION RESULT
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- set the UTC selector switch to Time (hours and minutes) is shown.
RUN.

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

Subtask 31-21-00-750-050-A

A. Setting of the clock internal time base

NOTE : When you set the time or the date, only the digits which are
____
flashing can change, the other digits remain unchanged.

(Ref. Fig. 501A/TASK 31-21-00-991-001-A)

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

1. Setting the minutes The two digits for the minutes start
On the clock face, set the flashing.
(Ref. Fig. 501A/TASK 31-21-00-991-001-
A)
GPS/INT/SET (right middle section (item 2).
of the clock face) to the SET
position.

Increase (or decrease) the figure The two digits for the minutes increase
by turning the SET knob clockwise (or decrease).
(or counterclockwise).

2. Setting the hours The two left digits for the hours start
Press the SET knob once flashing
(Ref. Fig. 501A/TASK 31-21-00-991-001-
A)
(item 1).

3. Increase (or decrease) the figure The two left digits for the hours
for the hours by turning the SET increase (or decrease).
knob clockwise (or
counterclockwise).

4. Setting the years figure The two smaller digits at the right of
Press the SET knob once the time window start flashing.



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Figure 501A/TASK 31-21-00-991-001-A


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ACTION RESULT
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5. Increase (or decrease) the figure The two smaller right digits for the
for the year by turning the SET year increase (or decrease).
knob clockwise (or
counterclockwise).

6. Setting the months figure The two left digits for the month start
Press the SET knob once flashing.

Increase (or decrease) the The two left digits for the month
figurez for the month by turning increase (or decrease).
the SET knob clockwise (or
counterclockwise).

7. Setting the days figure The two digits for the days start
Press the SET knob once flashing.

Increase (or decrease) the figure The two digits for the days increase
for the days by turning the SET (or decrease).
knob clockwise (or
counterclockwise).

8. When all the needed figures are The two right digits for the seconds
correct the time display start are reset (they display 00) and start
running at any time by turning counting.
the GPS/INT/SET switch to the INT
position.

If the figure for the seconds are The clock internal time base is set.
known move the selector switch to
the INT position only when they
have to change from 59 to 00.

Subtask 31-21-00-750-053

B. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
2TW, 8TW
The time displayed on the lower ECAM display unit should be in accordance
with the clock.


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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 31-21-00-860-051

A. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits


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

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



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TASK 31-21-00-710-002

Operational Test of the Clock

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

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

To make sure that the clock and the standby power supply operate correctly.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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

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


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

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 31-21-00-861-051

A. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002)



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Subtask 31-21-00-865-051

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

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU CLOCK/NORM/SPLY 6FS F11

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

121VU CLOCK/STBY/SPLY 4FS N03

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

121VU CLOCK/STBY/SPLY 4FS N02

**ON A/C ALL

4. Procedure
_________

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

Subtask 31-21-00-710-050

A. Test

NOTE : Make sure that the time shown on the clock is correct.
____

NOTE : Make sure that the A/C batteries are not removed.
____

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

1. On the overhead panel, on the On the R center instrument panel 400VU,


panel 25VU: on the clock:

- set the ANN LT switch to TEST. - the digital displays show 8s.

2. On the clock:



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ACTION RESULT
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- push the SET pushbutton switch. - the numbers in the digital displays
go from 0 to 9.

3. On the overhead panel, on the


panel 25VU:

- set the ANN LT switch to BRT. - the time comes into view.

4. On the clock:

- push the CHR pushbutton switch. - the sweep hand starts.


- the numbers of the minutes come into
view.

- after not many seconds, push - the sweep hand stops.


the CHR pushbutton switch for a
second time.

- push the CHR pushbutton switch - the sweep hand goes to zero.
for a third time.

5. On the overhead circuit breaker


panel 49VU:

- open the circuit breaker 6FS. - the digital displays go off.

6. after 2 minutes, close the - the correct time comes into view.
circuit breaker 6FS.

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

Subtask 31-21-00-710-050-A

A. Test

NOTE : Make sure that the time shown on the clock is correct.
____

NOTE : Make sure that the A/C batteries are not removed.
____



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

1. On the overhead panel, on the On the R center instrument panel 400VU,


panel 25VU: on the clock:

- set the ANN LT switch to TEST. - the digital displays show 8s.

2. On the clock:

- push the DATE pushbutton - the numbers in the digital displays


switch. go from 0 to 9.

3. On the overhead panel, on the


panel 25VU:

- release the ANN LT switch from - the time comes into view.
the TEST position, and release
the DATE pushbutton switch.

**ON A/C ALL

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 31-21-00-860-050

A. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

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


002).

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



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CLOCK (2FS) - REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
__________________________________

TASK 31-21-21-000-001

Removal of the Clock (2FS)

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific blanking caps


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

B. Referenced Information

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

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

31-21-21-991-001 Fig. 401

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

31-21-21-991-001-A Fig. 401A



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**ON A/C ALL

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 31-21-21-865-050

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

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU CLOCK/NORM/SPLY 6FS F11

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

121VU CLOCK/STBY/SPLY 4FS N03

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

121VU CLOCK/STBY/SPLY 4FS N02

**ON A/C ALL

4. Procedure
_________

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 31-21-21-991-001)

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 401A/TASK 31-21-21-991-001-A)



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Figure 401/TASK 31-21-21-991-001


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Figure 401A/TASK 31-21-21-991-001-A


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**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 31-21-21-020-050

A. Removal of the Clock

(1) Remove the thermoformed cover from the center instrument panel.

(2) Loosen the two screws (4). Do not remove them.

(3) Disengage the clock (2) from its housing (1).

(4) Disconnect the electrical connector (5).

(5) Remove the clock (2).

(6) Put blanking caps on the disconnected electrical connectors (3) and
(5).



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TASK 31-21-21-400-001

Installation of the Clock (2FS)

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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

31-21-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Clock

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

31-21-21-991-001 Fig. 401

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

31-21-21-991-001-A Fig. 401A



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**ON A/C ALL

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 31-21-21-865-051

A. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) open, safetied and
tagged

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU CLOCK/NORM/SPLY 6FS F11

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

121VU CLOCK/STBY/SPLY 4FS N03

**ON A/C ALL

121VU CFDS/CFDIU/SPLY 2TW J18


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

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

121VU CLOCK/STBY/SPLY 4FS N02

**ON A/C ALL

4. Procedure
_________

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 31-21-21-991-001)

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 401A/TASK 31-21-21-991-001-A)



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Subtask 31-21-21-420-050

A. Installation of the Clock

(1) Clean the component interface and/or the adjacent area.

(2) Do an inspection of the component interface and/or the adjacent area.

(3) Remove the blanking caps from the electrical connectors (3) and (5).

(4) Make sure that the electrical connectors (3) and (5) are clean and in
the correct condition.

(5) Connect the electrical connector (5) to the clock (2).

(6) Install the clock (2) in its housing (1).

(7) Tighten the screws (4).

(8) Install the thermoformed cover on the center instrument panel.

Subtask 31-21-21-865-052

B. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
4FS, 6FS

Subtask 31-21-21-710-051

C. Do the operational test of the clock (Ref. TASK 31-21-00-710-002)

Subtask 31-21-21-865-053

D. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
2TW, 8TW
The time displayed on the lower ECAM display unit should be in accordance
with the clock.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 31-21-21-942-050

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



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TASK 31-21-21-920-002

Replacement of the clock batteries

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Refer to the MPD TASK: 312100-01

NOTE : This replacement procedure is not applicable when


____
the SEXTANT SB : GMT 4200 Amdt F is implemented
(internal batteries of the clock permanently removed).

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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31-21-21-000-001 Removal of the Clock (2FS)


31-21-21-400-001 Installation of the Clock (2FS)
CMM 312123 (for corrective action)

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 31-21-21-020-051

A. Remove the clock (Ref. TASK 31-21-21-000-001)

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 31-21-21-960-050

A. Replace and discard the batteries of the clock (Ref. CMM 312123)

5. Close-up
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Subtask 31-21-21-420-051

A. Install the clock (Ref. TASK 31-21-21-400-001)



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CENTRALIZED FAULT DISPLAY SYSTEM (CFDS) AND DATA RECORDING SYSTEM
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_________________________

1. General
_______

A. CFDS
The CFDS is a centralized maintenance aid system which gives the
maintenance technicians a means to read the maintenance information
related to most of the aircraft systems and to initiate the tests of
these systems from the cockpit.

B. Data Recording System


This system is a centralized system to record the parameters from most of
the aircraft systems. These recordings serve to determine the causes of
incidents or accidents and are also an aircraft maintenance and
monitoring raid.

(1) Basic recording system


The function of this system is to record the mandatory parameters
necessary for the Certification Authorities, and important basic
parameters. These parameters serve in case of incident or accident.

(2) Options
The function of the options is to record additional parameters which
serve as maintenance and monitoring aids.

2. __________________
System Description

A. CFDS
(Ref. Fig. 001)
The CFDIU is connected to most of the electronic systems (BITE) of the
aircraft and stores failure information from these systems in memory.
It also serves to initialize tests in each system.
The MCDUs are control and display units. They serve to dialogue either
with the CFDIU or with a particular aircraft system (via the CFDIU) to
display failure information or to initialize tests.
The printer provides print-outs of the various maintenance reports
available.

B. Data Recording System


(Ref. Fig. 002)
The FDIU is connected to several electronic systems of the aircraft and
performs acquisition of several parameters. These parameters are
transmitted to the DFDR and recorded on magnetic tape. This recording
serves in case of incident or accident : it is included in a protected
area.



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These parameters are also transmitted to the QAR and recorded on magnetic
tape.
This tape (similar to the DFDR tape) enables easy and quick access to
these parameters.

**ON A/C ALL

The DMU is connected to other aircraft systems and performs acquisition


of other parameters.

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

These parameters are transmitted to the DAR and recorded on a magnetic


tape.

**ON A/C ALL

The DMU is also connected to the MCDUs and to the printer to give direct
display of certain parameters.
These parameters are used as an aid to aircraft system monitoring and
maintenance (in particular engine monitoring).

3. _________
Operation
Utilization of the CFDIU and of the Data Recording System is based on an
interactive dialogue between the system and the MCDU.
Refer to the Description and Operation of the systems below:
- CFDIU (Ref. section 313200)
- FDIU (Ref. section 313300)
- DMU (Ref. section 313600)



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CENTRALIZED FAULT DISPLAY INTERFACE (CFDIU) - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_______________________________________________________________________

1. General
_______

A. Purpose of the Maintenance


The purpose of the onboard maintenance is to provide maintenance
personnel with an aid to fault diagnosis further to a complaint of the
crew.
To accomplish this goal:

(1) Each system includes a Built-In-Test Equipment (BITE) used for


detection and isolation of faulty equipment.
Furthermore the system is able to initiate tests for the purpose of
confirming a fault condition or checking that proper system operation
is restored after corrective action.
Remark:
To simplify the task of maintenance personnel:
- the faces of the computers and the maintenance test functions have
been standardized
- the maintenance messages are displayed in clear English language
and always concern the faulty component or, in some cases, the
faulty system.

(2) A Centralized Fault Display Interface Unit (CFDIU) acquires and


processes (completes, correlates, memorizes and presents) the data
transmitted by the BITEs and the warnings which have originated the
crew complaint.

(3) The result of fault diagnosis is displayed to the maintenance


operator through the Multipurpose Control and Display Units (MCDU)
and the Printer which constitute the user interface.
(Ref. Fig. 001)

B. Levels of Maintenance
The failure information delivered by the Centralized Fault Display System
(CFDS) corresponds to several levels of maintenance.

(1) Line maintenance


This maintenance is characterized by rapid intervention of
maintenance personnel in a short time period; it is limited to the
isolation and replacement of a faulty equipment.
This action consists of the identification and/or confirmation of
fault condition(s), the isolation of the fault and the replacement of
the faulty unit (i.e the Line Replaceable Unit (LRU)).
A test is carried out before and after the removal/installation
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(2) Hangar or main base maintenance
This maintenance is characterized by intervention of maintenance
personnel in a longer time period and generally concerns actions that
cannot be performed at line maintenance level, either because the
procedures are too lengthy or because more skilled personnel are
required.

(3) Workshop maintenance


These maintenance actions are performed at regular intervals (check
A, 2A, B...).
Intervention of maintenance personnel is then scheduled according to
aircraft utilization and concerns the items of equipment for which
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2. __________________
Component Location

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FIN | FUNCTIONAL DESIGNATION | PANEL|ZONE|ACCESS | ATA
| | | | DOOR | REF.
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3. __________________
System Description

A. System Architecture

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(Ref. Fig. 003)

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(Ref. Fig. 003A)

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The CFDS is made up of the following components :

(1) The BITEs of the systems :


The BITE is an electronic device (hard + soft) located inside each
electrical or electronic system of the aircraft.
The main functions of the BITE are to detect, locate and store the
faults of the system.

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-019,

(2) The CFDIU :


This computer is connected to the BITE of the electronic systems of
the aircraft (except the ground proximity warning system (GPWS)) and
receives the fault data from these systems.
Moreover, the flight warning computer 1 or 2 (FWC), the flight
augmentation computer 1 (FAC1), the clock, the flight data interface
unit (FDIU) and the display management computer 1,2 or 3 (DMC) are
used in the basic definition to deliver general parameters.


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Figure 003


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(2) The CFDIU :


This computer is connected to the BITE of the electronic systems of
the aircraft and receives the fault data from these systems.
Moreover, the flight warning computer 1 or 2 (FWC), the flight
augmentation computer 1 (FAC1), the clock, the flight data interface
unit (FDIU) and the display management computer 1,2 or 3 (DMC) are
used in the basic definition to deliver general parameters.

**ON A/C ALL

(3) The MCDUs :

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(Ref. Fig. 004)

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(Ref. Fig. 004A)

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The MCDU consists of a screen used for the display of data, an


alphanumerical keyboard and lines keys for sending commands to the
systems that are connected to it:

- FMGC (Flight Management function)

- DATA LINK (ACARS) (optional)

- CFDS (Centralized Fault and Display System)

- AIDS (optional)

- SAT (SATCOM) (optional)

- ATSU (optional).


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Figure 004


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Figure 004A


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(Ref. Fig. 005A)

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The MCDUs enable the dialog with these connected systems for the
display of their data or for transmitting commands to them.

Several keys are reserved for using the FMGS which is the system with
priority, these keys are described in 22-82-00.

The MCDU MENU key allows the operator to select one of the systems
with which he wants to dialog.

The next page key allows the display of a new page when the lenght of
the text imposes the use of another page.

The alphanumerical keys allow the operator to enter data for a


particular system.

The line keys allow the operator to send commands to a particular


system.

As far the CFDS is concerned, it has been seen that the MCDUs allow a
dialog with the CFDIU or with the BITEs of the various systems
connected to the CFDIU, depending on the flight/ground conditions.

If MCDU 3 is installed (option), only MCDU 2(3) can be used for


maintenance.

(4) The printer :


It is located in the cockpit, on the right section of the center
pedestal.
The printer is connected to the CFDIU and serves to print reports.


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Figure 005


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(5) The ACARS (with ATSU installed):

It is an electronic system located in the avionics compartment.


Morever, the ACARS uses VHF3.
This system is connected to the CFDIU and serves to send reports to
the ground.

**ON A/C ALL

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(6) The DATA LOADER panel


The DATA LOADER panel (117VU) is located in the cockpit on the left
section of the center pedestal. It is connected to the CFDIU and
enables connection of a portable data loader for filter data base
uploading.

**ON A/C ALL

B. System BITE Functions

(1) General
- Each electrical or electronic system of the aircraft includes a
fault detection, isolating and storing device called a BITE
- A system consists of a set of removable components called LRUs that
are specific to the system and that are said to be internal to the
system.
In many cases, a system uses data from other systems that can be
considered as sensors and that are said to be LRUs external to
the system.
Example : In an autopilot, the control unit, the computers which
determine the laws and the power systems are internal LRUs.
The air data and inertial reference units, the radio altimeter, ...
are external LRUs.
- The BITE system reacts to any fault affecting operation, whether
INTERNAL or EXTERNAL to the system.
- Each LRU is a component internal to a given system and no other.
Example : A pressure sensor used for several systems is taken into
account as an internal component by one of these systems only.
- All systems including a BITE system are connected to the CFDIU.
- The systems are connected to the CFDIU by means of the system bus.
Exceptions : the FMGS via the FAC 1 and the EFCS via the FCDC use
specific b uses.


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- The responsibility for fault detection and isolation lies with the
system. The CFDS does not perform any processing and it does not
modify the diagnosis made by the system.
- For complex systems, one of the computers plays the role of system
BITE, in other words :
it collects the maintenance data from the peripheral computers and
it ensures the interface between the computers and the CFDS.

NOTE : A system BITE is supposed to analyze the data received with a


____
view to establishing a consolidated diagnosis.

(2) BITE operating principles


- The BITE is capable of memorizing, while making the distinction
between internal and external faults, over a period of one or
several flights (depending on the system).
- The fault data memorized during the flight(s) are not affected by
the various ground maintenance operations.
- The BITE enables the memorization of faults in flight and on the
ground, by means of different memory zones.
- All LRU input buses (ARINC 429) are monitored according to the
configuration of each system.
- The faults are memorized following confirmation over several cycles
(intermittent faults).
- Faulty LRUs are identified by their ATA 100 reference and sometimes
by their Functional Item Number (FIN).
- The BITE permanently transmits maintenance messages in real time
(in flight).
These maintenance messages cover internal and external faults of
the current flight or of the last flight.
System BITEs operate in 2 modes : NORMAL MODE and MENU MODE.

(3) The various fault classes detected by the system BITEs.


The faults detected by the system BITEs are classified in 3
categories with respect to their consequences on aircraft safety and
availability.

(a) Class 1 faults


These are faults detected by the systems, which may have an
operational consequence (safety aspect) on the current flight.
These faults are indicated to the crew in flight:
- by the ECAM system (upper and/or lower display unit)
- by local warning in the cockpit.

NOTE : The FWC receives the class 1 faults from the aircraft
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(b) Class 2 faults
These are faults detected by the systems and which do not have
any operational consequences (safety aspects) on the current
flight or on the following flight(s) but which may have
consequences if a second fault occurs.
R These faults are indicated to the cockpit crew on ground by a
R Maintenance STATUS on the ECAM STATUS page after the engines shut
R down.

NOTE : The warning messages (class 1 and 2) presented to the crew


____
are transmitted in real time by the FWC to CFDIU which
memorizes them and constitutes the ECAM REPORT (only
messages corresponding to primary and independent faults
are transmitted).

(c) Class 3 faults


These are faults detected by the systems which have no
consequences on aircraft safety or availability.
The operator may have these faults corrected at his convenience.
These faults are not indicated to the crew.

(4) Various types of systems and BITE connected to the CFDS

(Ref. Fig. 006)

(a) Type 1 systems

Systems with an ARINC 429 input and output bus, the input being
specific to the CFDS.

These constitute the majority of aircraft systems.

Type 1 systems are capable of memorizing data concerning faults


detected on a maximum of 64 flights.

Schematically, a Type 1 system BITE consists of 5 zones of


non-volatile memory:

1
_ Zone 1

This zone is used for storing the identity of the LRU declared
faulty during the current or the last flight. It is also used
for storing the identity of LRUs declared faulty during the
last 63 flights (background over 64 flights). The capacity is
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2
_ Zone 2

This zone is used for storing complementary data (e.g. :


aircraft configuration, ...) concerning faults occured during
the last 64 flights. The capacity is approximately 30
failures.

3
_ Zone 3

This zone is used to store the identity of faulty LRUs and the
complementary data concerning these fault, for faults that
occurred on the ground during the last line stops. The
capacity is approximately 3 failures.

Zone 3 access:

a
_ On the center pedestal, on the MCDU, get access to the MCDU
page.

b
_ On the MCDU MENU page, push the line key adjacent to the
SYSTEM REPORT/TEST indication.

c
_ On the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST page, push the line key adjacent
to the related system.

d
_ On the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST page of the system that you have
selected, push the line key adjacent to the related
computer indication.

e
_ Push the line key adjacent to the trouble shooting function
indication (if the computer has this function).

4
_ Zone 4

This zone is used for storing more detailed data concerning


the faults (parts of the LRU). This zone is only accessible in
the workshop (test bench).

5
_ Zone 5

This zone is used for storing the identity of the LRUs


affected by a class 3 fault. The capacity is approximately 400
flight hours.

Memorization of failures in these memories and transmission of


these data to the CFDIU is carried out according to 2
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Ref. Table below :
BITE memory structure/type 1 system

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| ZONE 4 | SHOP USE ONLY | |
|-------------------------------------------------------------| |
| | TROUBLE | CODED | SNAPSHOT OF FAULTS IN | |
| |SHOOTING | INFOR- | LAST 64 FLIGHTS | |
| ZONE 2 | DATA | MATION | | INFORMATION |
| | | | | TRANSMITTED |
|--------|-----------| |-------------------------------| ON THE GROUND |
| | | | SNAPSHOT OF FAULTS DETECTED | ON REQUEST |
| | | | ON THE GROUND (IF FUNCTION | |
| | GROUND | | ACTIVATED BY MENU MODE) | |
| | TROUBLE | | | |
| ZONE 3 | SHOOTING |--------|-------------------------------| |
| | | CLEAR | FAULTS DETECTED ON THE | |
| | | LAN- | GROUND (IF FUNCTION ACTIVATED | |
| | | GUAGE | BY MENU MODE) | |
|--------|-----------| |-------------------------------| |
| ZONE 5 | BACK- | | CLASS 3 FAULTS | |
|--------| GROUND OF | |-------------------------------| |
| | FAILED | | FAULTS IN LAST 63 FLIGHTS | |
| | EQUIPMENT | |-------------------------------|---------------|
| ZONE 1 | | | FAULTS IN LAST FLIGHT (OR | INFORMATION |
| | | | PRESENT FLIGHT) | TRANSMITTED |
| | | | | PERMANENTLY |
| | | | | ON THE SYSTEM |
| | | | | BUS (GROUND |
| | | | | OR FLIGHT) |

(5) Type 2 systems


(Ref. Fig. 006)
Systems with an ARINC 429 output and a discrete input.
Type 2 systems are not capable of memorizing data concerning faults
that they detect beyond the last flight.
Schematically, a Type 2 system BITE consists of 4 zones of
non-volatile memory (EEPROM):
- Zone 1 : This zone is used for storing the identity of the LRU
declared faulty during the current or the last flight.
- Zone 2 : This zone is used for storing complementary data
concerning faults occured during the current or the last flight.
This zone is only accessible in the workshop.
- Zone 3 : This zone is used to store the identity of faulty LRUs,
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- Zone 4 : This zone is used for storing more detailed data
concerning the faults (parts of the LRU). This zone is only
accessible in the workshop.
Memorization of faults in these memories and transmission of these
data to the CFDIU is carried out according to a single operating
mode, Normal Mode.
The input discrete is used to initialize a ground test.

Ref. Table below :

BITE memory structure/type 2 system


------------------------------------------- --- --- ---
| | C | | | | |
| | L | FAULTS DETECTED | | IN | O |
| ZONE 1 | E | DURING LAST FLIGHT | | | N |
| | A | (OR PRESENT FLIGHT) | | FLIGHT | |
| | R | | | | | INFORMATION
|---------| |-----------------------| --- | G | TRANSMITTED
| | L | | | R | PERMANENTLY
| | A | | | O | ON THE
| | N | FAULTS DETECTED ON | | U | SYSTEM BUS
| ZONE 3 | G | THE GROUND (FUNCTION | | N |
| | U | ALWAYS ACTIVATED) | | D |
| | A | | | |
| | G | | | |
| | E | | | |
|-----------------|-----------------------| --- ---
| | C | TROUBLE SHOOTING |
| | O | DATA (FACULTATIVE) |
| ZONE 2 | D | |
| | E | SHOP USE ONLY |
| | D | |
|---------| |-----------------------|
| | I | |
| | N | |
| | F | |
| | O | |
| | R | |
| ZONE 4 | M | SHOP USE ONLY |
| | A | |
| | T | |
| | I | |
| | O | |
| | N | |



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(6) Type 3 systems
(Ref. Fig. 006)
Systems with discrete inputs and outputs only.
Type 3 systems are not capable of memorizing beyond the current
flight.
Type 3 system BITEs do not have a memory.
Fault detection and transmission to the CFDIU is carried out by means
of a single operating mode.
The input discrete is used for initializing a Ground test or Reset.

C. The Interface Unit : the CFDIU

(1) General
The CFDIU is a computer that is used as the interface between the
system BITEs and the MCDUs.

(2) CFDIU operating principles


The CFDIU permanently generates maintenance phases NULL/DC2/DC1 from
external data.
The CFDIU permanently memorizes in real time (to within a few
seconds) the maintenance messages from the system BITEs.
The maintenance messages memorized by the CFDIU concern the internal
faults detected during the current or last flight.
The CFDIU monitors all its inputs from BITEs (monitoring of the
non-refreshment of buses and the state of the discretes) and
memorizes a fault message in the event of non-validity of an input.
The CFDIU permanently memorizes in real time the ECAM warnings
presented to the crew during the current or the last flight.
The CFDIU associates the occurrence flight phase and the occurence
time (hours and minutes) with each fault memorized.
The CFDIU associates the occurrence time (hours and minutes) and the
flight phase with each warning message memorized.
The CFDIU correlates each internal fault memorized with all external
faults which may be a consequence of the internal fault.
The CFDIU permanently monitors and memorizes the status of the
systems, in other words correct or faulty operation (using fault data
transmitted by the systems or the non-refreshment of inputs).
The CFDIU establishes a fault history of the last 64 flights giving
the flight counter number and the date for each flight.
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D. The Complete System : CFDS
Operating principles
The CFDS (BITE + CFDIU) is characterized by two operating modes :
Normal Mode and Menu Mode.

(1) Normal Mode


Normal Mode characterizes the permanent and systematic operation in
flight and on the ground of all the systems and of the CFDIU.
This mode is based on the permanent memorization in real time of
fault data. This memorization takes place at 2 levels : system and
CFDIU.
The characteristics of Normal Mode are the following :
- Memorization at aircraft systems level :
All the systems connected to the CFDIU (types 1 and 2) memorize
fault data concerning the system in the system BITE non-volatile
memories.
The nature of these data depends on the flight phases and on the
systems; it is described below.
- These maintenance data are transmitted by the system to the CFDIU.
The nature of these data concerns the last flight and depends on
the system; it is described below.
- Memorization at the CFDIU level :
The CFDIU memorizes the maintenance data concerning all the
aircraft systems in non-volatile memories.
The nature of the data memorized by the CFDIU concerns internal or
external faults of systems.
This mode involves :
- For the systems (BITE) :
. Permanent monitoring, detection and isolation of faults
. the storage in memory of maintenance data
. the permanent transmission to the CFDIU of the last flight fault
messages.
- For the CFDIU :
. Reading by scanning of all the buses coming from the systems
. selection and memorization of corresponding messages.

(a) Operation of Type 1 systems

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(Ref. Fig. 008A)

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1
_ Detection/memorization of faults in BITEs:
Transition to flight is defined at the soonest or at the
latest depending on whether the flight number is entered by
the crew before takeoff or not.

a
_ In flight : (maintenance phases corresponding to DC2 or
DC1)
- Phases corresponding to DC2:
(memorized phase = NULL confirmed over 120 s) and (engine
running = running confirmed over 180 s) and ((flight
phase more than or equal to 4 and less than 9) or (flight
number SSM at NO and acquired flight number different
from memorized flight number)).
The system BITE ensures detection and permanent
memorization of its class 1 and 2 internal faults in the
flight memory (zones 1 and 2 of the BITE) and class 3
in zone 5 of the BITE.
- Phases corresponding to DC1:
(memorized phase = DC2 confirmed over 30 s).
The system BITE ensures detection and permanent
memorization of its class 1 and 2 internal and external
faults in the flight memory (zones 1 and 2) and class 3
in zone 5.

b
_ On the ground : (maintenance phases corresponding to NULL)
(memorized phase = DC1 or DC2) and ((flight phase more than
or equal to 9b and less than 4) or (engine running =
shutdown confirmed over 4 s)).
The system BITE ensures detection and permanent
memorization of its class 1 and 2 internal faults in the
ground memory (zone 3) and class 3 in zone 5.
These flight and ground faults concern the last 64 flights
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Furthermore, the system BITE ensures permanent memorization
of more detailed data concerning the faults (data at LRU
parts level) in zone 4. These data are only accessible in
the workshop (test bench).

2
_ Transmission of these data to the CFDIU
In flight and on the ground:
The system BITE ensures the permanent transmission on its
output bus of the part of the flight memory concerning the
identity of the LRUs declared faulty (internal or external,
class 1 or 2) during the current or last flight (part of zone
1).
This transmission is made on label 356 at a fixed rate of
between 50 ms and 250 ms depending on the system.
The flight and ground memories are never erased on the
aircraft. The part of the flight memory transmitted to the
CFDIU is erased at each ground to flight transition (but it
remains stored in the other parts of the memory).

(b) Operation of Type 2 systems

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1
_ Detection/memorization of faults in BITEs :

a
_ In flight :
The system BITE ensures detection and permanent
memorization of its class 1, 2, and 3 internal and external
faults in the flight memory (zone 1).

b
_ On the ground :
The system BITE ensures detection and permanent
memorization of its class 1, 2 and 3 internal faults in the
ground memory (zone 3).
These flight and ground faults concern the current and the
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Furthermore, the system BITE ensures memorization of
complementary or more detailed data of these failures in
zones 2 and 4. These data are only accessible in the
workshop (test bench).

2
_ Transmission of these data to the CFDIU :
In flight and on the ground :
The system BITE ensures the permanent transmission on its
output bus of the flight and ground memories contents (zones 1
and 3).
This transmission is made on label 356 at a fixed rate of
between 50 ms and 250 ms depending on the system.
The flight and ground memories are erased at each ground to
flight transition.

(c) Operation of Type 3 systems

1
_ Detection of faults in BITE in flight and on the ground.
The system BITE ensures permanent detection of its class 1, 2
and 3 internal and external faults (no memorization).

2
_ Transmission of these data to the CFDIU in flight and on the
ground.
The system BITE ensures permanent transmission on its output
discrete of correct or faulty operation information.

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(Ref. Fig. 010, 011)
The CFDIU carries out a permanent scan of inputs from each system
connected (Type 1, 2 or 3), in flight and on the ground.
However, CFDIU processing is not the same depending on whether it
is performed on the ground or in flight.

1
_ In flight : (maintenance phases corresponding to DC2 or DC1)
- at the soonest for Type 1 and 3 systems - phases 2 b thru
9 a.
- at the latest for Type 1 and 3 systems - phases 4 thru 9 a
For Type 2 systems - phases 5 a thru 7a.

a
_ The CFDIU establishes the CURRENT/LAST LEG REPORT.
At each scrutinization of a system input (bus or discrete),
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- Monitors refreshment of information transmitted on the
buses on each of the ARINC 429 input ports (except those
which are excluded by pin programming). Non-refreshment
detection is carried out by monitoring label 356 which is
permanently transmitted by the subscriber systems.
Non-refreshment is confirmed in 4 seconds.
Each time a non-refreshment is detected, the CFDIU
associates the ATA reference and the system identity and
memorizes the following external fault message:
XX - XX - XX NO XX...X DATA
system ATA System identity coded
REFERENCE on 9 characters max.
Assignment is carried out with respect to the input port.
Furthermore the CFDIU carries out correlation of this
fault (see Correlation Function below).
It detects intermittent operation of the system and adds
(INTM) to the message so as to indicate that the system
operates intermittently.
Example of message:
NO XXXX...X DATA (INTM)
9 char. max.

NOTE : The CFDIU does not monitor the non-refreshment of


____
the ECB bus when it is not supplied in flight.

- Acquires the fault messages and memorizes them:


* Type 1 or 2 systems
It checks the validity of the received frames (messages)
prior to their memorization.
The following checks are performed:
. Delta Block Word Count of first Start of Text (STX)
more than 0.
It checks that the number of words received between the
first STX and the End of Transmission (EOT) is equal to
the Block Word Count of the first STX.
It checks that the Block Word Count associated with the
STX(s) (except the first one in the frame) is at zero.
It checks that an End of Text (ETX) is always followed by
an STX.
In these conditions the message(s) corresponding to the
Block Word count increase is(are) acquired and memorized.
Increase of the Block Word Count indicates that a first
or a new fault has been detected by the system. The most
recent fault message (the one that caused the
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. Delta Block Word Count of first STX less than or equal
to 0.
In this case the frame is immediately rejected and the
following system is selected (polling).
. Character check
It checks that the characters composing the messages
belong to the ASCII table of the MCDU characters.
It detects the nature of the fault (internal or external
to the system).
It memorizes the new internal fault message and it also
memorizes the identity of the systems that reacted to the
internal fault by transmitting an external fault within
the 30 seconds that preceded or followed (see Correlation
Function below).
* Type 3 systems
On each input discrete which is associated with the
identification of a system fault, it scrutinizes discrete
state so as to detect the state indicating the fault.
It associates and memorizes a text enabling
identification of the anomaly at each change in discrete
state.
Example : 240000 GCU EMERG
(Ref. Fig. 012)
Let us suppose that an angle of attack sensor fault has
been detected and that systems A, B, C and D are affected
by this fault. Systems A, B, C and D transmit EXTERNAL
fault information on their bus.
The air data system transmits the INTERNAL fault
information; this is the message memorized by the CFDIU.
The CFDIU also memorizes the identity of systems A, B, C
and D which reacted to the air data system fault by
transmitting an external fault message (correlation).
- Assigns the time to each event:
For each new or the first fault occurrence memorized by
the CFDIU, the latter associates the GMT (hour and
minute) at which it occurred with it.
GMT is memorized with the fault identity.
Example:
GMT : 0920
315000 FWC1
In the event of several non-refreshments being detected
in a given flight, only the GMT associated with the first
occurrence is memorized (capacity : 40 lines of 24
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b
_ The CFDIU establishes the CURRENT/LAST LEG ECAM REPORT.
The FWCs transmit the following information in real time on
their output bus and on label 357:
- The characters making up the title of the fault message
displayed on the display units (lower and upper).
Example : ENG LOOP A FAULT
- ATA reference (4 digits) of the system affected by the
fault (the first 5 characters of the warning message are
always the ATA reference).
Example : 2 6 - 1 0
| | | | |
1st------- | | | ---------5th
2nd------------ | --------------4th
|
3rd
The informations above are sent only once, at the moment
of the FWC Warning computation (wathever the flight phase
display inhibition is). The warning message is limited to
24 characters.
Example of message sent by the FWC:
26-10 ENG LOOP A FAULT.
The CFDIU ensures the following functions so as to
establish the ECAM REPORT:
- Selection of the valid FWC bus.
- Reading filtering and memorization of label 357.
- Association of GMT and of the flight phase with each ECAM
warning message memorized.

c
_ The CFDIU establishes the AVIONICS STATUS.
At each sequential scrutinization of all buses of Type 1
and 2 systems and of discretes of Type 3 systems, the
CFDIU:
- Monitors the non-refreshment of label 356.
After confirmation over 4 seconds, the CFDIU associates a
NO X DATA message with this event, X being the identify
of the system.
If the system resumes normal transmission, the message is
deleted.
So the CFDIU operates in real time, to the nearest system
scrutinization period.
- Monitors systems status:
* Type 1 and 2 systems
The CFDIU monitors the status of bits 20 and 21 of the
initial STX word of label 356 on the systems input buses.
If bit 21 is set to 1, this means that the system is
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If bit 20 is set to 1, this means that the system is
currently affected by a class 3 fault.
The CFDIU associates the identity of the system, with
respect to its input port, with bit 21 and the indication
CLASS 3 with bit 20.
Example : ILS1.
If bit 21 returns to 0, the CFDIU deletes the system
identity display.
* Type 3 systems
The status of Type 3 systems is given by the status of
the discrete connected to the CFDIU.
The discretes are monitored regularly and the system
status can be managed in real time.
The CFDIU associates system identity with each incorrect
status detection (Capacity: 40 lines of 24 characters).

d
_ The CFDIU carries out EVENTS CORRELATION
- Principle of the fault correlation function.
The purpose of the fault correlation function is to
memorize in the CFDIU only one fault message for a given
aircraft fault event.
The general principle of this function is therefore to
group round a single message all messages which may occur
further to a given aircraft event. This single message is
as near as possible to the primary fault which generated
this aircraft event.
- Criteria of fault correlation and application window.
. Criterion of correlation
The criterion of correlation of the fault messages
(association or exclusion) is defined by means of the ATA
reference of the LRU incriminated by the message.
This reference is given by the first 2 labels 356 which
follow the STX of the fault message.
As a general rule the messages are associated if their
ATA reference is nearly the same, i.e.:
* in most cases, if the first 3 digits of the ATA
reference are identical
* in some particular cases, if the first 3 or 4 digits of
the ATA reference are identical or if they belong to the
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22-81
22-82
22-83
22-8N N different from 1, 2 or 3
23-11
23-12
23-13
23-1N N different from 1, 2 or 3
26-10
26-12
26-13
26-1N N different from 0, 2 or 3
27-92
27-93
27-94
27-95
27-9N N different from 2, 3, 4 or 5
31-32
31-33
31-36
31-3N N different from 2, 3 or 6
32-41
32-49
32-4N N different from 1 or 9
34-35
34-36
34-37
34-3N N different from 5, 6 or 7
34-41
34-42
34-48
34-4N N different from 1, 2 or 8
34-51
34-52
34-53
34-55
34-5N N different from 1, 2, 3 or 5
73-25
73-2N N different from 5
XX-XX + 23-13
XX-XX + 22-83
letters
. Application window
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3 complete cycles of scanning of the input ports, the
cycles being counted from the input port on which
correlation processing was initiated
or
1 minute from the fault which initiated correlation
processing if duration of the 3 scanning cycles is less
than 1 minute (to enable systems to transmit their
faults).
* Under DC2
The period between detection of the internal fault which
initiated a correlation processing and DC2/DC1 transition
plus 1 minute (as systems transmit the external faults at
DC2/DC1 transition only).
- General rules of correlation processing
The starting point of fault correlation is an aircraft
event.
Depending on fault confirmation time of each system and
according to scanning principle of the CFDIU this
aircraft event is detected in the CFDIU through reception
of internal fault(s) or external fault(s), although it is
not possible to know whether the internal failure will
precede or follow the external fault.
* Rule No. 1 :
Any fault (internal or external and with any ATA
reference) which occurs outside the duration of the
correlation processing of a previous fault (internal or
external and with any ATA reference) is considered as a
new fault and initiates a new correlation processing.
* Rule No.2 :
Any fault (internal or external) which occurs during the
correlation processing of one or several previous faults
(internal or external) is considered differently,
depending on its ATA reference:
. First case : the ATA reference of the fault is nearly
the same that of one or several faults under processing
:the fault is not considered as a new fault and is
correlated with these faults under processing.
. Second case : the ATA reference of the fault is
different from that of all faults under processing : the
fault is considered as a new fault and initiates a new
correlation processing (processing of the other faults is
not interrupted).
- Description of the fault correlation processing
(Ref. Fig. 013)


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NOTE : An internal fault is an internal fault transmitted
____
by a system BITE or a fault internal to the CFDIU
BITE (CFDIU/CLOCK/MCDU3). An external fault is an
external fault transmitted by a system BITE or a
non-refreshment of label 356 detected by the CFDIU.
For faults internal to the CFDIU BITE or external
faults (non-refreshment of label 356), the
source/identifier of the fault is CFDS.

NOTE : A given system can be source/identifier only once.


____
Particularly, if several external faults are
transmitted by a given system during a correlation
processing, this system is mentioned as identifier
only once.

NOTE : - For a given fault, the number of identifiers is


____
limited to 6 (1 page).
- For the totality of faults occurred in flight the
number of identifiers is limited to 200.

NOTE : The number of simultaneous correlation processings


____
is limited to 8. If a 9th fault occurs, the
processing of the first fault is arbitrarily
stopped.

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(Ref. Fig. 010A)

(Ref. Fig. 011A)

The CFDIU carries out a permanent scan of inputs from each system
connected (Type 1, 2 or 3), in flight and on the ground.

However, CFDIU processing is not the same depending on whether it


is performed on the ground or in flight.

1
_ In flight : (maintenance phases corresponding to DC2 or DC1)

- at the soonest for Type 1 and 3 systems - phases 2 b thru


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For Type 2 systems - phases 5 a thru 7a.

a
_ The CFDIU establishes the CURRENT/LAST LEG REPORT.

At each scrutinization of a system input (bus or discrete),


the CFDIU:

- Monitors refreshment of information transmitted on the


buses on each of the ARINC 429 input ports (except those
which are excluded by pin programming). Non-refreshment
detection is carried out by monitoring label 356 which is
permanently transmitted by the subscriber systems.
Non-refreshment is confirmed in 4 seconds.

Each time a non-refreshment is detected, the CFDIU


associates the ATA reference and the system identity and
memorizes the following external fault message:

XX - XX - XX NO XX...X DATA
system ATA System identity coded
REFERENCE on 9 characters max.
Assignment is carried out with respect to the input port.

Furthermore the CFDIU carries out correlation of this


fault (see Correlation Function below).

It detects intermittent operation of the system and adds


(INTM) to the message so as to indicate that the system
operates intermittently.

Example of message:

NO XXXX...X DATA (INTM)


9 char. max.

NOTE : The CFDIU does not monitor the non-refreshment of


____
the ECB bus when it is not supplied in flight.

- Acquires the fault messages and memorizes them:

* Type 1 or 2 systems
It checks the validity of the received frames (messages)
prior to their memorization.
The following checks are performed:
. Delta Block Word Count of first Start of Text (STX)
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It checks that the number of words received between the
first STX and the End of Transmission (EOT) is equal to
the Block Word Count of the first STX.
It checks that the Block Word Count associated with the
STX(s) (except the first one in the frame) is at zero.
It checks that an End of Text (ETX) is always followed by
an STX.
In these conditions the message(s) corresponding to the
Block Word count increase is(are) acquired and memorized.
Increase of the Block Word Count indicates that a first
or a new fault has been detected by the system. The most
recent fault message (the one that caused the
modification of the Block Word Count) is the first
message transmitted.
. Delta Block Word Count of first STX less than or equal
to 0.
In this case the frame is immediately rejected and the
following system is selected (polling).
. Character check
It checks that the characters composing the messages
belong to the ASCII table of the MCDU characters.
It detects the nature of the fault (internal or external
to the system).
It memorizes the new internal fault message and it also
memorizes the identity of the systems that reacted to the
internal fault by transmitting an external fault within
the 30 seconds that preceded or followed (see Correlation
Function below).
* Type 3 systems
On each input discrete which is associated with the
identification of a system fault, it scrutinizes discrete
state so as to detect the state indicating the fault.
It associates and memorizes a text enabling
identification of the anomaly at each change in discrete
state.
Example : 240000 GCU EMERG
(Ref. Fig. 012)
Let us suppose that an angle of attack sensor fault has
been detected and that systems A, B, C and D are affected
by this fault. Systems A, B, C and D transmit EXTERNAL
fault information on their bus.
The air data system transmits the INTERNAL fault
information; this is the message memorized by the CFDIU.
The CFDIU also memorizes the identity of systems A, B, C
and D which reacted to the air data system fault by
transmitting an external fault message (correlation).
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For each new or the first fault occurrence memorized by
the CFDIU, the latter associates the GMT (hour and
minute) at which it occurred with it.
GMT is memorized with the fault identity.
Example:
GMT : 0920
315000 FWC1
In the event of several non-refreshments being detected
in a given flight, only the GMT associated with the first
occurrence is memorized (capacity : 40 lines of 24
characters).

b
_ The CFDIU establishes the CURRENT/LAST LEG ECAM REPORT.
The FWCs transmit the following information in real time on
their output bus and on label 357:
- The characters making up the title of the fault message
displayed on the display units (lower and upper).
Example : ENG LOOP A FAULT
- ATA reference (4 digits) of the system affected by the
fault (the first 5 characters of the warning message are
always the ATA reference).
Example : 2 6 - 1 0
| | | | |
1st------- | | | ---------5th
2nd------------ | --------------4th
|
3rd
The informations above are sent only once, at the moment
of the FWC Warning computation (wathever the flight phase
display inhibition is). The warning message is limited to
24 characters.
Example of message sent by the FWC:
26-10 ENG LOOP A FAULT.
The CFDIU ensures the following functions so as to
establish the ECAM REPORT:
- Selection of the valid FWC bus.
- Reading filtering and memorization of label 357.
- Association of GMT and of the flight phase with each ECAM
warning message memorized.

c
_ The CFDIU establishes the AVIONICS STATUS.
At each sequential scrutinization of all buses of Type 1
and 2 systems and of discretes of Type 3 systems, the
CFDIU:
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After confirmation over 4 seconds, the CFDIU associates a
NO X DATA message with this event, X being the identify
of the system.
If the system resumes normal transmission, the message is
deleted.
So the CFDIU operates in real time, to the nearest system
scrutinization period.
- Monitors systems status:
* Type 1 and 2 systems
The CFDIU monitors the status of bits 20 and 21 of the
initial STX word of label 356 on the systems input buses.
If bit 21 is set to 1, this means that the system is
currently affected by a system internal or external fault
(class 1, 2 or 3).
If bit 20 is set to 1, this means that the system is
currently affected by a class 3 fault.
The CFDIU associates the identity of the system, with
respect to its input port, with bit 21 and the indication
CLASS 3 with bit 20.
Example : ILS1.
If bit 21 returns to 0, the CFDIU deletes the system
identity display.
* Type 3 systems
The status of Type 3 systems is given by the status of
the discrete connected to the CFDIU.
The discretes are monitored regularly and the system
status can be managed in real time.
The CFDIU associates system identity with each incorrect
status detection (Capacity: 40 lines of 24 characters).

d
_ The CFDIU carries out EVENTS CORRELATION
- Principle of the fault correlation function.
The purpose of the fault correlation function is to
memorize in the CFDIU only one fault message for a given
aircraft fault event.
The general principle of this function is therefore to
group round a single message all messages which may occur
further to a given aircraft event. This single message is
as near as possible to the primary fault which generated
this aircraft event.
- Criteria of fault correlation and application window.
. Criterion of correlation
The criterion of correlation of the fault messages
(association or exclusion) is defined by means of the ATA
reference of the LRU incriminated by the message.
This reference is given by the first 2 labels 356 which
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As a general rule the messages are associated if their
ATA reference is nearly the same, i.e.:
* in most cases, if the first 3 digits of the ATA
reference are identical
* in some particular cases, if the first 3 or 4 digits of
the ATA reference are identical or if they belong to the
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22-81
22-82
22-83
22-8N N different from 1, 2 or 3
23-11
23-12
23-13
23-1N N different from 1, 2 or 3
26-10
26-12
26-13
26-1N N different from 0, 2 or 3
27-92
27-93
27-94
27-95
27-9N N different from 2, 3, 4 or 5
31-32
31-33
31-36
31-3N N different from 2, 3 or 6
32-41
32-49
32-4N N different from 1 or 9
34-35
34-36
34-37
34-3N N different from 5, 6 or 7
34-41
34-42
34-48
34-4N N different from 1, 2 or 8
34-51
34-52
34-53
34-55
34-5N N different from 1, 2, 3 or 5
73-25
73-2N N different from 5
XX-XX + 23-13
XX-XX + 22-83
23-2X-XX + 46-2X-XX
letters
. Application window
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3 complete cycles of scanning of the input ports, the
cycles being counted from the input port on which
correlation processing was initiated
or
1 minute from the fault which initiated correlation
processing if duration of the 3 scanning cycles is less
than 1 minute (to enable systems to transmit their
faults).
* Under DC2
The period between detection of the internal fault which
initiated a correlation processing and DC2/DC1 transition
plus 1 minute (as systems transmit the external faults at
DC2/DC1 transition only).
- General rules of correlation processing
The starting point of fault correlation is an aircraft
event.
Depending on fault confirmation time of each system and
according to scanning principle of the CFDIU this
aircraft event is detected in the CFDIU through reception
of internal fault(s) or external fault(s), although it is
not possible to know whether the internal failure will
precede or follow the external fault.
* Rule No. 1 :
Any fault (internal or external and with any ATA
reference) which occurs outside the duration of the
correlation processing of a previous fault (internal or
external and with any ATA reference) is considered as a
new fault and initiates a new correlation processing.
* Rule No.2 :
Any fault (internal or external) which occurs during the
correlation processing of one or several previous faults
(internal or external) is considered differently,
depending on its ATA reference:
. First case : the ATA reference of the fault is nearly
the same that of one or several faults under processing
:the fault is not considered as a new fault and is
correlated with these faults under processing.
. Second case : the ATA reference of the fault is
different from that of all faults under processing : the
fault is considered as a new fault and initiates a new
correlation processing (processing of the other faults is
not interrupted).
- Description of the fault correlation processing
(Ref. Fig. 013)

NOTE : An internal fault is an internal fault transmitted


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by a system BITE or a fault internal to the CFDIU


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R BITE (CFDIU/CLOCK/MCDU3). An external fault is an
R external fault transmitted by a system BITE or a
R non-refreshment of label 356 detected by the CFDIU.
R For faults internal to the CFDIU BITE or external
R faults (non-refreshment of label 356), the
R source/identifier of the fault is CFDS.

R NOTE : A given system can be source/identifier only once.


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R Particularly, if several external faults are
R transmitted by a given system during a correlation
R processing, this system is mentioned as identifier
R only once.

R NOTE : - For a given fault, the number of identifiers is


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R limited to 6 (1 page).
R - For the totality of faults occurred in flight the
R number of identifiers is limited to 200.

R NOTE : The number of simultaneous correlation processings


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R is limited to 8. If a 9th fault occurs, the
R processing of the first fault is arbitrarily
R stopped.

R NOTE : All messages identified by ATA reference 462XXX will


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R be correlated with messages identified by ATA
R reference 232XXX.

R **ON A/C ALL

- Transmission to the ACARS (if installed)


The identifiers are sent to the ACARS together with the
fault message, in real time. They are also transmitted on
transmission of the complete POST FLIGHT REPORT.

e
_ The CFDIU establishes the PREVIOUS LEGS REPORT.
- Memorization of maintenance information.
The CFDIU transfers and stores the complete LAST LEG
REPORT in the PREVIOUS LEGS REPORT at DC1/NULL
transition.
The CFDIU can memorize up to 200 fault data over 63
flights.
The faults prior to the last 63 flights are deleted. Only
flights with at least one fault appear in the PREVIOUS
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The CFDIU associates the data below with the maintenance
information so that maintenance personnel can clearly
identify the flight concerned:
. The flight count (generated by the CFDIU). LEG -00
coresponds to the last flight. It is identical to the
LAST LEG REPORT.
Example : LEG -13
. The flight date (emitted by the CLOCK or generated by
the CFDIU, using label 260).
. Aircraft identification (emitted by the FDIU using
labels 301, 302, 303 and 304).
- The CITY PAIR (FROM TO) (emitted by the FMS using labels
040, 041 and 042 transmitted by the FAC) used by the
printer only.

2
_ On the ground
At each scrutinization of a system input, the CFDIU monitors
refreshment of the fault information transmitted on the bus
(see description in flight) ; it does not memorize a fault
message.
This monitoring is only used for determining the status of
aircraft systems at any moment and for establishing the
AVIONICS STATUS.

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(2) Menu Mode (Type 1 systems) and pseudo menu mode (Type 2 and 3
systems)
The menu mode concerns a specific operation that is only possible on
the ground for Type 1 systems (ARINC input and output).
This mode is based on an interactive dialog between an aircraft
system (Type 1) and the MCDU, the operator being guided by the
information provided by the system itself.
Menu mode can only be connected to one system and one MCDU at a time.
The characteristics of menu mode are a selective transmission of data
(depending on the operators selection) on the bus between the MCDU
and the system, the CFDIU serving as interface. This transmission is
described below.
This mode involves:
- For the system (BITE):
* Interruption of normal mode, i.e. detection, memorization and
transmission of faults.
* Display of its menu and execution of the menu functions, when
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* Interruption of normal mode, i.e. input scanning and fault
memorization.
* Permanent connection to the system selected and establishing a
dialog between the MCDU and the system.
For Type 2 and 3 systems there is a pseudo menu mode, which can be
used on the ground only. This mode does not consist of a CFDIU -
system dialog, as the operator is guided by the information provided
by the CFDIU (and not by the system).
The characteristics of this pseudo menu mode are:
- Permanent transmission of maintenance information by the system on
the system bus to the CFDIU, except for the Test item, where
transmission is only temporary. This transmission is described
below.
- Reading by the CFDIU of data corresponding to the menu item
selected by the operator. This processing is described below.
This mode involves:
- For the system (BITE):
No interruption of normal mode, except in some cases for the Test
item of the menu triggered by the discrete.
- For the CFDIU:
* interruption of normal mode,
* permanent connection to the system selected,
* presentation by the CFDIU of the system menu,
* reading by the CFDIU of the information transmitted by the
systems that correspond to the menu item selected by the operator.

(a) Operation of Type 1 systems and the CFDIU


When the operator selects the required system (on the MCDU):
- The CFDIU transmits the identification code of the system
selected to its output buses, using label 227 at a rate of 120
ms.
- The system BITE transmits the menu contents to the CFDIU once
on its output bus. This transmission is made on label 356 at a
variable rate depending on the system. However, these data are
transmitted in less than 3 s.
- The CFDIU displays these data on the MCDU i.e. it reads the
messages contained in labels 356 and adapts these messages to
the MCDU.
When the operator selects one of the menu items (except the TEST
item):
- The CFDIU transmits the code of the line key corresponding to
the item selected by the operator to the system; this
transmission is made on label 227 at a rate of 120 ms.
- The system BITE transmits the maintenance data stored in the
different memory zones and corresponding to the selected item
(except TEST item) to the CFDIU once on its output bus.


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This transmission is made on label 356 at a variable rate
depending on the system. However, these data are transmitted in
less than 3 s.
Example:
The contents of zone 1, covering the last 63 flights is
transmitted by the BITE when PREVIOUS LEGS REPORT is activated
by the operator.
- The CFDIU displays these data on the MCDU.
When the TEST item is selected in the menu:
- The CFDIU transmits the code of the line key corresponding to
this item (label 227) to the system.
- The system BITE executes its test and may transmit a standby
message to the CFDIU (label 356).
- At the end of the test, the BITE transmits the test results
(label 356) to the CFDIU once.
These data are not stored in the BITE.
- The CFDIU displays these data on the MCDU.

(b) Operation of Type 2 systems and the CFDIU


When the operator selects the required system:
The CFDIU displays the system menu on the MCDU.
When one of the menu items is selected (except TEST item):
- The CFDIU reads, on the system output bus, the maintenance data
permanently transmitted by the BITE, which correspond to the
item selected.
This transmission is made on label 356 in normal mode, i.e. at
a rate set between 50 ms and 250 ms.
- The CFDIU displays these data on the MCDU.
When the TEST item is selected in the menu:
- The CFDIU connects the CFDIU-to-the-system discrete to ground
for 500 ms.
- The system BITE executes its test and may transmit a standby
message to the CFDIU (label 356) when the test lasts a long
time.
- At the end of the test, the system BITE transmits the test
results on its output bus (label 356) three times consecutively
and then restarts transmission of faults in Normal Mode. These
data are not stored in the BITE.
- The CFDIU reads, on the system output bus, the test results
(having previously read the standby messages that may have been
sent by the system).
- The CFDIU displays these data on the MCDU. In the event of
non-reception, (after 3 seconds) the CFDIU displays the
following message:
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(c) Operation of Type 3 systems and the CFDIU
The only functions possible are Test (GCU emergency) or Reset
(TR1, 2 and 3) depending on the systems
When these items are selected:
- The CFDIU connects the CFDIU-to-the-system discrete to ground.
- The system BITE executes its Test or Reset.
- At the end of the Test or the Reset, the system BITE transmits,
on its output discrete, the test result (correct or faulty
operation depending on discrete status) or the Reset result
(Reset performed or not, depending on discrete status).
- The CFDIU decodes the result (reads discrete status).
- The CFDIU displays this result on the MCDU by creating a
correct or faulty operation text.

NOTE : - For the TEST function, the command (ground connection)


____
lasts 500 ms ; for the RESET it lasts 60 ms.
- GCU emergency:
discrete open = fault.
discrete connected to ground = correct operation.
- TR1, 2 and 3:
discrete open = correct operation.
discrete connected to ground = fault.

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(2) Menu Mode (Type 1 systems) and pseudo menu mode (Type 2 and 3
systems)
The menu mode concerns a specific operation that is only possible on
the ground for Type 1 systems (ARINC input and output).
This mode is based on an interactive dialog between an aircraft
system (Type 1) and the MCDU, the operator being guided by the
information provided by the system itself.
Menu mode can only be connected to one system and one MCDU at a time.
The characteristics of menu mode are a selective transmission of data
(depending on the operators selection) on the bus between the MCDU
and the system, the CFDIU serving as interface. This transmission is
described below.
This mode involves:
- For the system (BITE):
* Interruption of normal mode, i.e. detection, memorization and
transmission of faults.
* Display of its menu and execution of the menu functions, when
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* Interruption of normal mode, i.e. input scanning and fault
memorization.
* Permanent connection to the system selected and establishing a
dialog between the MCDU and the system.
For Type 2 and 3 systems there is a pseudo menu mode, which can be
used on the ground only. This mode does not consist of a CFDIU -
system dialog, as the operator is guided by the information provided
by the CFDIU (and not by the system).
The characteristics of this pseudo menu mode are:
- Permanent transmission of maintenance information by the system on
the system bus to the CFDIU, except for the Test item, where
transmission is only temporary. This transmission is described
below.
- Reading by the CFDIU of data corresponding to the menu item
selected by the operator. This processing is described below.
This mode involves:
- For the system (BITE):
No interruption of normal mode, except in some cases for the Test
item of the menu triggered by the discrete.
- For the CFDIU:
* interruption of normal mode,
* permanent connection to the system selected,
* presentation by the CFDIU of the system menu,
* reading by the CFDIU of the information transmitted by the
systems that correspond to the menu item selected by the operator.

(a) Operation of Type 1 systems and the CFDIU


When the operator selects the required system (on the MCDU):
- The CFDIU transmits the identification code of the system
selected to its output buses, using label 227 at a rate of 120
ms.
- The system BITE transmits the menu contents to the CFDIU once
on its output bus. This transmission is made on label 356 at a
variable rate depending on the system. However, these data are
transmitted in less than 3 s.
- The CFDIU displays these data on the MCDU i.e. it reads the
messages contained in labels 356 and adapts these messages to
the MCDU.
When the operator selects one of the menu items (except the TEST
item):
- The CFDIU transmits the code of the line key corresponding to
the item selected by the operator to the system; this
transmission is made on label 227 at a rate of 120 ms.
- The system BITE transmits the maintenance data stored in the
different memory zones and corresponding to the selected item
(except TEST item) to the CFDIU once on its output bus.


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This transmission is made on label 356 at a variable rate
depending on the system. However, these data are transmitted in
less than 3 s.
Example:
The contents of zone 1, covering the last 63 flights is
transmitted by the BITE when PREVIOUS LEGS REPORT is activated
by the operator.
- The CFDIU displays these data on the MCDU.
When the TEST item is selected in the menu:
- The CFDIU transmits the code of the line key corresponding to
this item (label 227) to the system.
- The system BITE executes its test and may transmit a standby
message to the CFDIU (label 356).
- At the end of the test, the BITE transmits the test results
(label 356) to the CFDIU once.
These data are not stored in the BITE.
- The CFDIU displays these data on the MCDU.

(b) Operation of Type 2 systems and the CFDIU


When the operator selects the required system:
The CFDIU displays the system menu on the MCDU.
When one of the menu items is selected (except TEST item):
- The CFDIU reads, on the system output bus, the maintenance data
permanently transmitted by the BITE, which correspond to the
item selected.
This transmission is made on label 356 in normal mode, i.e. at
a rate set between 50 ms and 250 ms.
- The CFDIU displays these data on the MCDU.
When the TEST item is selected in the menu:
- The CFDIU connects the CFDIU-to-the-system discrete to ground
for 500 ms.
- The system BITE executes its test and may transmit a standby
message to the CFDIU (label 356) when the test lasts a long
time.
- At the end of the test, the system BITE transmits the test
results on its output bus (label 356) three times consecutively
and then restarts transmission of faults in Normal Mode. These
data are not stored in the BITE.
- The CFDIU reads, on the system output bus, the test results
(having previously read the standby messages that may have been
sent by the system).
- The CFDIU displays these data on the MCDU. In the event of
non-reception, (after 3 seconds) the CFDIU displays the
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(c) Operation of Type 3 systems and the CFDIU
The only functions possible are Test (GCU emergency) or Reset
(TR1, 2 and 3) depending on the systems
When these items are selected:
- The CFDIU connects the CFDIU-to-the-system discrete to ground.
- The system BITE executes its Test or Reset.
- At the end of the Test or the Reset, the system BITE transmits,
on its output discrete, the test result (correct or faulty
operation depending on discrete status) or the Reset result
(Reset performed or not, depending on discrete status).
- The CFDIU decodes the result (reads discrete status).
- The CFDIU displays this result on the MCDU by creating a
correct or faulty operation text.

NOTE : - For the TEST function, the command (ground connection)


____
lasts 500 ms ; for the RESET it lasts 60 ms.
- GCU emergency:
discrete open = fault.
discrete connected to ground = correct operation.
not monitored by the CFDIU in flight and on ground.
only test function available.
- TR1, 2 and 3:
discrete open = correct operation.
discrete connected to ground = fault.

**ON A/C ALL

E. Flight/Ground Conditions of Systems and the CFDIU

Depending on the ground or flight conditions, the systems use different


memorization and transmission modes and the CFDIU uses different modes
for processing this information.

So the systems and the CFDIU require a flight/ground indication; this


indication depends on the type of system.

(1) Type 1 systems

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(Ref. Fig. 015)

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(Ref. Fig. 016, 017)

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

(Ref. Fig. 018)

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 018A)

**ON A/C ALL

The flight/ground condition is sent to the system by the CFDIU on the


CFDIU to the system buses. This condition is coded on label 227, it
is generated by the CFDIU.

The flight condition is coded DC2 and DC1 and corresponds:

- for DC2:

. memorized phase : NULL (confirmed over 120s) and

. Engine running (CONF 180s) : running and

. (flight phase more than or equal to 4 and less than 9b) or ((SSM
of acquired flight number at NO) and (acquired flight number
different from memorized flight number)).

- for DC1:

. memorized phase : DC2 (confirmed over 30s)

- for NULL:

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Maintenance Phases - Logic Diagram (transition to flight at the soonest. FLT
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Figure 016



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Maintenance Phases - Logic Diagram (transition to flight at the latest. FLT
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Figure 017



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. (flight phase more than or equal to 9b and less than 4) or
(engine running: shutdown (CONF 4s))

A flight change is given by a NULL/DC2 transition.

If the CFDIU is not available (input bus coming from the CFDIU
declared invalid by the system because of the SSM, or refreshment,
...) the systems use a second condition sent directly as a result
of aircraft configuration information (landing gear, engines, ...).

Furthermore, given their functionalities, certain systems (e.g.


brakes which in theory only operate on the ground) cannot use these
transition signals and generate their flight/ground logic using
aircraft configuration information.

NOTE : In order to satisfy safety requirements the majority of Type 1


____
systems use a combination of 2 means for confirming their
flight/ground condition and for inhibiting access to the menu
mode and in particular to the test function, in flight.

(2) Type 2 or 3 systems

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(Ref. Fig. 009)

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(Ref. Fig. 009A)

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

(Ref. Fig. 014)

**ON A/C ALL

(Ref. Fig. 015)

The flight/ground condition is sent directly to the system by means


of one or several pieces of aircraft configuration information (e.g.
discrete from the landing gear and/or engines) which correspond to
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(3) CFDIU

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(Ref. Fig. 010)

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(Ref. Fig. 010A)

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

(Ref. Fig. 011)

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 011A)

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

(Ref. Fig. 014)

**ON A/C ALL

(Ref. Fig. 015)

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(Ref. Fig. 016, 017)

**ON A/C ALL

The CFDIU generates its flight/ground condition using some parameters


transmitted by the FWC, the FAC, the memorized maintenance phases and
a discrete from the LGCIU1 (nose landing gear shock absorber
compressed).
For memorization of message in flight, the flight/ground condition is
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- For type 1 and 3 systems:
Flight condition at the latest (flight number not acquired)
corresponds to flight phases 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9a.
Flight condition at the soonest (flight number acquired prior to
engine start up) corresponds to flight phases 2b, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
and 9a.
Ground condition at the latest corresponds to flight phases 1, 2,
3, 9b and 10.
Ground condition at the soonest corresponds to flight phases 1,
2a, 9b and 10.
- For Type 2 systems:
The flight condition corresponds to flight phases 5b, 6 and 7.
The ground condition corresponds to phases 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9 and 10.
A flight change is given by NULL/DC2 transition:
* For in flight inhibition of the functions which are forbidden in
flight, i.e presentation of the CFDS main menu and availability of
some specific functions (e.g : system menu mode/test) the
flight/ground condition is given by an OR between the flight
phases from the FWC and the discrete from the LGCIU1.
* For activation or non-activation of complete CFDIU power-up test
(long or short test) in the event of CFDIU long power cutoff, the
flight/ground condition is given by the discrete from the LGCIU1.

F. Standby Clock Function

(1) Principle
The aircraft time base in normal operation is the clock located on
the main instrument panel, it provides:
- GMT/Date
- Elapsed time
- Chronometer.
It has been shown that the CFDIU permanently acquires GMT and the
date and retransmits these data to the systems on its output buses.
In the event of clock fault, the CFDIU takes over and transmits GMT
and date on its output buses.

(2) Operation
In normal operation, the CFDIU receives the time from the clock and
synchronizes its internal clock with it.
In the event of fault of the main clock detected by the CFDIU (using
the scrutinization of the status matrices and/or refreshment rate),
the CFDIU calculates and transmits the time and the date using its
internal clock. This transition does not require any
reinitialization.
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on the MCDU through the GMT/DATE INIT function displayed by the CFDIU
on the MCDU, one minute after CFDIU power-up.

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

G. Pin Programming Function


The CFDIU generates and transmits on its output bus 2 aircraft
configuration labels which contain pin programming of the electronic
items of equipment which are optional on the aircraft. These
configuration labels (155 and 156) are used by all BITEs to know the
printer status (installed or not installed) and by some systems (e.g:
RMP) to know the status of some optional items of equipment (e.g: VHF3,
HF2...).

(1) Description and generation of aircraft configuration labels


The aircraft configuration labels 155 and 156 are generated either
from pin programming directly wired to the CFDIU or from data
transmitted by the bus of other computers connected to the CFDIU.

(2) Acquisition of labels making up the aircraft configuration labels.


The configuration is memorized by the CFDIU 45 seconds after power-up
tests and on maintenance phase NULL/DC2 transition.
In the event of incorrect data at CFDIU input (labels not refreshed
or SSM invalid), the CFDIU remains in the previous configuration.
If the CFDIU detects a memory fault, it assigns the present default
code to all systems on labels 155 and 156.

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

G. Pin Programming Function

The CFDIU generates and transmits on its output bus 2 aircraft


configuration labels which contain pin programming of the electronic
items of equipment which are optional on the aircraft. These
configuration labels (155, 156 and 157) are used by all BITEs to know the
printer status (installed or not installed) and by some systems (e.g:
RMP) to know the status of some optional items of equipment (e.g: VHF3,
HF2...).

(1) Description and generation of aircraft configuration labels

The aircraft configuration labels 155, 156 and 157 are generated
either from pin programming directly wired to the CFDIU or from data
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(2) Acquisition of labels making up the aircraft configuration labels.

The configuration is memorized by the CFDIU 45 seconds after power-up


tests and on maintenance phase NULL/DC2 transition.

In the event of incorrect data at CFDIU input (labels not refreshed


or SSM invalid), the CFDIU remains in the previous configuration.

If the CFDIU detects a memory fault, it assigns the present default


code to all systems on labels 155, 156 and 157.

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H. Warning/Fault Messages Filtering Function

(1) Principle

The purpose of this function is to improve the operational use of the


POST FLIGHT REPORT, LAST LEG ECAM REPORT and LAST LEG REPORT printed
at the end of the flight as well as the real-time fault and warning
information transmitted by the ACARS, by filtering all the spurious
or unjustified faults/warnings.

(2) Operation

- The filtering function can be activated or de-activated from the


MCDU.

- The filter criteria can be uploaded by means of the portable data


loader or the MDDU (option).

- When PFR function is activated, FILTER does apply to the LAST LEG
REPORT, CURRENT LEG REPORT, LAST LEG ECAM REPORT, CURRENT LEG ECAM
REPORT, POST FLIGHT REPORT, CURRENT FLIGHT REPORT, REAL TIME
FAILURE, REAL TIME WARNING whatever the output mode could be
(ACARS, PRINTER, MCDU).

- When PFR FILTER is not activated, none of the above mentioned


reports are filtered.


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4. ____________
Power Supply

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R (Ref. Fig. 019)

A. Power Supply and Consumption


The CFDIU is supplied with 28VDC.
Power consumption is less than 28W.

B. Circuit Breakers
The following table defines the circuit breakers used by the system :

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FIN | FUNCTIONAL DESIGNATION | PANEL|ZONE|ACCESS | ATA
| | | | DOOR | REF.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2TW CFDS/CFDIU/SPLY 121VU 210
8TW CFDS/CFDIU/BACK/UP 121VU 210



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R Figure 019


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R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 019A)

A. Power Supply and Consumption

The CFDIU is supplied with 28VDC.

Power consumption is less than 13W.

B. Circuit Breakers

The following table defines the circuit breakers used by the system :

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FIN | FUNCTIONAL DESIGNATION | PANEL|ZONE|ACCESS | ATA
| | | | DOOR | REF.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2TW CFDS/CFDIU/SPLY 121VU 210


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Figure 019A


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**ON A/C ALL

5. Interfaces
__________

A. CFDIU Inputs/Outputs
The list of all the systems connected to the CFDIU and the
characteristics of these connections are given in the table below.

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

(Ref. Fig. 020)

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 020A)

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | BACK| TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | -UP | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-| NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION| TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|-----|
| ATA : 21 | | | | | | | |
| CAB PRESS | 1 | 3 | X | | | X | X |
| CONT 1 | | | | | | | |
| CAB PRESS | 1 | 4 | X | | | | |
| CONT 2 | | | | | | | |
| ZONE CONT | 1 | 4 | X | | | | X |
| AEVC | 2 | | X | X | | | |



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R Figure 020


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Figure 020A


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-------------------------------------------------------------------------
| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|
| ATA : 21 | | | | | | |
| CAB PRESS | 1 | 3 | X | | | X |
| CONT 1 | | | | | | |
| CAB PRESS | 1 | 4 | X | | | |
| CONT 2 | | | | | | |
| ZONE CONT | 1 | 4 | X | | | X |
| AEVC | 2 | | X | X | | |
| HEAT CONT-AFT | 1 | 1 | X | | | |
| CARGO COMPT | | | | | | |

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | BACK| TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | -UP | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-| NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION| TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|-----|
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 22 | | | | | | | |
| FAC 1 | 1 | 3 | FIDS BUS| | | X | X |
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 23 | | | | | | | |
| CIDS 1 | 1 | 3 | X | | | | |
| CIDS 2 | 1 | 4 | X | | | | |
| AMU | 1 | 4 | X | | | | |
| RMP 1 | 1 | 1 | FREQ.BUS| | | | |
| VHF 1 | 1 | 1 | X | | | | |
| VHF 2 | 1 | 2 | X | | | | |
| HF 1 | 1 | 1 | X | | | | |



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------------------------------------------------------------------------
| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|
| | | | | | | |
| ATA : 22 | | | | | | |
| FAC 1 | 1 | 3 | FIDS BUS| | | X |
| | | | | | | |
| ATA : 23 | | | | | | |
| CIDS 1 | 1 | 3 | X | | | |
| CIDS 2 | 1 | 4 | X | | | |
| AMU | 1 | 4 | X | | | |
| RMP 1 | 1 | 1 | FREQ.BUS| | | |
| VHF 1 | 1 | 1 | X | | | |
| VHF 2 | 1 | 2 | X | | | |

-------------------------------------------------------------------------
| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|
| HF 1 | 1 | 1 | X | | | |

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | BACK| TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | -UP | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-| NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION| TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|-----|
| HF 2 | 1 | 2 | X | | | | |



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------------------------------------------------------------------------
| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|
| VHF 3 | 1 | 4 | X | | | |

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | BACK| TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | -UP | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-| NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION| TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|-----|
| VHF4 | | | | | | | |
| (Provision) | | | | | | | |
| ACARS MU2 | | | | | | | |
| (Provision) | | | | | | | |
| SDU1 | | | | | | | |
| (Provision) | | | | | | | |

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

-------------------------------------------------------------------------
| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|
| SDU | 1 | 3 | X | | | |



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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | BACK| TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | -UP | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-| NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION| TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|-----|
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 24 | | | | | | | |
| CSM/G CONTROL | 3 | | | X | X | | |
| UNIT | | | | | | | |
| GPCU | 2 | | X | X | | X | X |
| BCL 1 | 2 | | 3 | X | | | |
| BCL 2 | 2 | | 3 | X | | | |
| TR 1 | 3 | | | X | X | | |
| TR 2 | 3 | | | X | X | | |
| TR 3 | 3 | | | X | X | | |
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 26 | | | | | | | |
| FDU 1 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| FDU 2 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| APU FDU | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| SDCU | 1 | 3 | X | | | | |
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 27 | | | | | | | |
| FCDC 1 | 1 | 3 | 1 | | | X | X |
| FCDC 2 | 1 | 4 | 1 | | | X | X |
| SFCC 1 | 1 | 3 | 1 | | | X | X |
| SFCC 2 | 1 | 4 | 1 | | | X | X |
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 28 | | | | | | | |
| FQI | 1 | 3 | 2 | | | | X |
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 30 | | | | | | | |
| WHC 1 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| WHC 2 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| PHC 1 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| PHC 2 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| PHC 3 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 31 | | | | | | | |
| FWC 1 | 1 | 1 | 3 | | | X | X |
| FWC 2 | 1 | 2 | 3 | | | X | X |
| DMC 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | | X | X |
| DMC 2 | 1 | 2 | 1 | | | X | X |
| DMC 3 | 1 | 4 | 1 | | | | X |
| FDIU | 1 | 4 | X | | | X | X |



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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | BACK| TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | -UP | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-| NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION| TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|-----|

| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 24 | | | | | | | |
| CSM/G CONTROL | 3 | | | X | X | | |
| UNIT | | | | | | | |
| GPCU | 2 | | X | X | | X | X |
| GPCU STEP 2 | | | | | | | |
| (Provision) | | | | | | | |
| BCL 1 | 2 | | 3 | X | | | |
| BCL 2 | 2 | | 3 | X | | | |
| TR 1 | 3 | | | X | X | | |
| TR 2 | 3 | | | X | X | | |
| TR 3 | 3 | | |NOT |NOT | | |
| | | | |ACTIVATED |ACTIVATED| | |
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 26 | | | | | | | |
| FDU 1 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| FDU 2 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| APU FDU | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| SDCU | 1 | 3 | X | | | | |
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 27 | | | | | | | |
| FCDC 1 | 1 | 3 | 1 | | | X | X |
| FCDC 2 | 1 | 4 | 1 | | | X | X |
| SFCC 1 | 1 | 3 | 1 | | | X | X |
| SFCC 2 | 1 | 4 | 1 | | | X | X |
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 28 | | | | | | | |
| FQI | 1 | 3 | 2 | | | | X |
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 30 | | | | | | | |
| WHC 1 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| WHC 2 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| PHC 1 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| PHC 2 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| PHC 3 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| ICE DET 1 | 3 | | | X | X | | |


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| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | BACK| TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | -UP | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-| NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION| TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|-----|
| ICE DET 2 | 3 | | | X | X | | |
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 31 | | | | | | | |
| FWC 1 | 1 | 1 | 3 | | | X | X |
| FWC 2 | 1 | 2 | 3 | | | X | X |
| DMC 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | | X | X |
| DMC 2 | 1 | 2 | 1 | | | X | X |
| DMC 3 | 1 | 4 | 1 | | | | X |
| FDIU | 1 | | X | | | X | X |

R **ON A/C 101-199,

R ------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM TEST |
R | NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | PLUG|
R | TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-|
R | CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-|
R | FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION|
R |---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|
R | | | | | | | |
R | ATA : 24 | | | | | | |
R | CSM/G CONTROL | 3 | | | X | X | |
R | UNIT | | | | | | |
R | GPCU | 2 | | X | X | | X |
R | BCL 1 | 2 | | 3 | X | | |
R | BCL 2 | 2 | | 3 | X | | |
R | TR 1 | 3 | | | X | X | |
R | TR 2 | 3 | | | X | X | |
R | TR 3 | 3 | | |not |not | |
R | | | | |activated |activated| |
R | | | | | | | |
R | ATA : 26 | | | | | | |
R | FDU 1 | 2 | | X | X | | |
R | FDU 2 | 2 | | X | X | | |
R | APU FDU | 2 | | X | X | | |
R | SDCU | 1 | 3 | X | | | |
R | | | | | | | |
R | ATA : 27 | | | | | | |
R | FCDC 1 | 1 | 3 | 1 | | | X |



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------------------------------------------------------------------------
| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM TEST |
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|
R | FCDC 2 | 1 | 4 | 1 | | | X |
R | SFCC 1 | 1 | 3 | 1 | | | X |
R | SFCC 2 | 1 | 4 | 1 | | | X |
R | | | | | | | |
R | ATA : 28 | | | | | | |
R | FQI | 1 | 3 | 2 | | | X |
R | | | | | | | |
R | ATA : 30 | | | | | | |
R | WHC 1 | 2 | | X | X | | |
R | WHC 2 | 2 | | X | X | | |
R | PHC 1 | 2 | | X | X | | |
R | PHC 2 | 2 | | X | X | | |
R | PHC 3 | 2 | | X | X | | |
R | ICE DET 1 | 3 | | | X | X | |
R | ICE DET 2 | 3 | | | X | X | |
R | | | | | | | |
R | ATA : 31 | | | | | | |
R | FWC 1 | 1 | 1 | 3 | | | X |
R | FWC 2 | 1 | 2 | 3 | | | X |
R | DMC 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | | X |
R | DMC 2 | 1 | 2 | 1 | | | X |
R | DMC 3 | 1 | 4 | 1 | | | X |
R | FDIU | 1 | 4 | X | | | X |



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-------------------------------------------------------------------------
| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|
| | | | | | | |
| ATA : 24 | | | | | | |
| CSM/G CONTROL | 3 | | | X | X | |
| UNIT | | | | | | |
| GPCU | 2 | | X | X | | X |
| BCL 1 | 2 | | 3 | X | | |
| BCL 2 | 2 | | 3 | X | | |
| TR 1 | 3 | | | X | X | |
| TR 2 | 3 | | | X | X | |
| TR 3 | 3 | | |NOT |NOT | |
| | | | |ACTIVATED |ACTIVATED| |
| GAPCU | 1 | 4 | X | | | |
| | | | | | | |
| ATA : 26 | | | | | | |
| FDU 1 | 2 | | X | X | | |
| FDU 2 | 2 | | X | X | | |
| APU FDU | 2 | | X | X | | |
| SDCU | 1 | 3 | X | | | |
| | | | | | | |
| ATA : 27 | | | | | | |
| FCDC 1 | 1 | 3 | 1 | | | X |
| FCDC 2 | 1 | 4 | 1 | | | X |
| SFCC 1 | 1 | 3 | 1 | | | X |
| SFCC 2 | 1 | 4 | 1 | | | X |
| | | | | | | |
| ATA : 28 | | | | | | |
| FQI | 1 | 3 | 2 | | | |
| | | | | | | |
| ATA : 30 | | | | | | |
| WHC 1 | 2 | | X | X | | |
| WHC 2 | 2 | | X | X | | |
| PHC 1 | 2 | | X | X | | |
| PHC 2 | 2 | | X | X | | |
| PHC 3 | 2 | | X | X | | |
| ICE DET 1 | 3 | | | X | X | |
| ICE DET 2 | 3 | | | X | X | |
| | | | | | | |


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| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|
| ATA : 31 | | | | | | |
| FWC 1 | 1 | 1 | 3 | | | X |
| FWC 2 | 1 | 2 | 3 | | | X |
| DMC 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | | X |
| DMC 2 | 1 | 2 | 1 | | | X |
| DMC 3 | 1 | 4 | 1 | | | |
| FDIU | 1 | | X | | | X |

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-019,

Post SB 24-1091 For A/C 001-012,014-019,

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | BACK| TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | -UP | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-| NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION| TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|-----|
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 24 | | | | | | | |
| CSM/G CONTROL | 3 | | | X | X | | |
| UNIT | | | | | | | |
| GPCU | 2 | | X | X | | X | X |
| GPCU STEP 2 | | | | | | | |
| (Provision) | | | | | | | |
| BCL 1 | 2 | | 3 | X | | | |
| BCL 2 | 2 | | 3 | X | | | |
| TR 1 | 3 | | | X | X | | |
| TR 2 | 3 | | | X | X | | |
| TR 3 | 3 | | |not |not | | |
| | | | |activated |activated| | |
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 26 | | | | | | | |
| FDU 1 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| FDU 2 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| APU FDU | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| SDCU | 1 | 3 | X | | | | |
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 27 | | | | | | | |


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| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | BACK| TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | -UP | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-| NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION| TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|-----|
| FCDC 1 | 1 | 3 | 1 | | | X | X |
| FCDC 2 | 1 | 4 | 1 | | | X | X |
| SFCC 1 | 1 | 3 | 1 | | | X | X |
| SFCC 2 | 1 | 4 | 1 | | | X | X |
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 28 | | | | | | | |
| FQI | 1 | 3 | 2 | | | | X |
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 30 | | | | | | | |
| WHC 1 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| WHC 2 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| PHC 1 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| PHC 2 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| PHC 3 | 2 | | X | X | | | |
| ICE DET 1 | 3 | | | X | X | | |
| ICE DET 2 | 3 | | | X | X | | |
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 31 | | | | | | | |
| FWC 1 | 1 | 1 | 3 | | | X | X |
| FWC 2 | 1 | 2 | 3 | | | X | X |
| DMC 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | | X | X |
| DMC 2 | 1 | 2 | 1 | | | X | X |
| DMC 3 | 1 | 4 | 1 | | | | X |
| FDIU | 1 | 4 | X | | | X | X |

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

| DMU (AIDS) | 1 | 1 | 1 | | | | |



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| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|
| DMU (AIDS) | 1 | 1 | 1 | | | |
| DLRB / DLS 3 | | | X | X | |
| MDDU | 2 | 4 | X | | | |
| |BUS/BUS | | 3 | | | |

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| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | BACK| TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | -UP | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-| NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION| TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|-----|
| PRINTER | 1 | 1 | X | | | | |
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 32 | | | | | | | |
| LGCIU 1 | 1 | 3 | 3 | | | X | X |
| LGCIU 2 | 1 | 4 | 3 | | | | X |
| BSCU 1 | 1 | 3 | 2 | | | X | X |
| BSCU 2 | 1 | 4 | 4 | | | | X |
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 34 | | | | | | | |
| ADIRU1 IRS 1 | 1 | 1 | 3 | | | X | X |
| ADC 1 | 1 | 1 | 4 | | | X | X |
| ADIRU2 IRS 2 | 1 | 2 | 3 | | | X | X |
| ADC 2 | 1 | 2 | 4 | | | X | X |
| ADIRU3 IRS 3 | 1 | 3 | 3 | | | | X |
| IADC 3 | 1 | 3 | 4 | | | | X |
| ILS 1 or MMR 1| 1 | 1 | 2 | | | | X |
| ILS 2 or MMR 2| 1 | 2 | 2 | | | | X |
| VOR 1 | 1 | 1 | 2 | | | | |
| VOR 2 | 1 | 2 | 2 | | | | |
| DME 1 | 1 | 1 | 2 | | | | |
| DME 2 | 1 | 2 | 2 | | | | |
| ATC 1 | 1 | 1 | CFDS BUS| | | | |


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| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-| NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION| TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|-----|
| ATC 2 | 1 | 2 | CFDS BUS| | | | |
| RALT 1 | 1 | 1 | 2 | | | | X |
| RALT 2 | 1 | 2 | 2 | | | | X |
| RADAR 1 | 1 | 1 | X | | | | |
| ADF 1 | 1 | 1 | 2 | | | | |

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| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|
| PRINTER | 1 | 1 | X | | | |
| | | | | | | |
| ATA : 32 | | | | | | |
| LGCIU 1 | 1 | 3 | 3 | | | X |
| LGCIU 2 | 1 | 4 | 3 | | | X |
| BSCU 1 | 1 | 3 | 2 | | | X |
| BSCU 2 | 1 | 4 | 4 | | | X |
| | | | | | | |
| ATA : 34 | | | | | | |
| ADIRU1 IRS 1 | 1 | 1 | 3 | | | X |
| ADC 1 | 1 | 1 | 4 | | | X |
| ADIRU2 IRS 2 | 1 | 2 | 3 | | | X |
| ADC 2 | 1 | 2 | 4 | | | X |
| ADIRU3 IRS 3 | 1 | 3 | 3 | | | X |
| IADC 3 | 1 | 3 | 4 | | | X |
| ILS 1 or MMR 1| 1 | 1 | 2 | | | X |
| ILS 2 or MMR 2| 1 | 2 | 2 | | | X |
| VOR 1 | 1 | 1 | 2 | | | |
| VOR 2 | 1 | 2 | 2 | | | |
| DME 1 | 1 | 1 | 2 | | | |
| DME 2 | 1 | 2 | 2 | | | |
| ATC 1 | 1 | 1 | CFDS BUS| | | |
| ATC 2 | 1 | 2 | CFDS BUS| | | |
| RALT 1 | 1 | 1 | 2 | | | X |


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| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|
| RALT 2 | 1 | 2 | 2 | | | X |
| RADAR 1 | 1 | 1 | X | | | |
| ADF 1 | 1 | 1 | 2 | | | |

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| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | BACK| TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | -UP | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-| NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION| TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|-----|
| RADAR 2 | 1 | 2 | X | | | | |
| ADF 2 | 1 | 2 | 2 | | | | |
| GPWC * | 1 | 4 | X | | | | |
| GPS 1 * | 1 | 1 | X | | | | |
| GPS 2 * | 1 | 2 | X | | | | |
| GPSSU 1 * | 1 | 1 | X | | | | |
| GPSSU 2 * | 1 | 2 | X | | | | |
| TCAS * | 1 | 4 | X | | | | |

NOTE : * if installed.
____

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| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | BACK| TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | -UP | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-| NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION| TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|-----|
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 36 | | | | | | | |
| BMC 1 | 1 | 3 | X | | | | X |
| BMC 2 | 1 | 4 | X | | | | X |
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| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|
| GPWC * | 1 | 4 | X | | | |
| GPS 1 * | 1 | 1 | X | | | |
| GPS 2 * | 1 | 2 | X | | | |
| GPSSU 1 * | 1 | 1 | X | | | |
| GPSSU 2 * | 1 | 2 | X | | | |
| TCAS * | 1 | 4 | X | | | |

NOTE : * if installed.
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| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|
| | | | | | | |
| ATA : 36 | | | | | | |
| BMC 1 | 1 | 3 | X | | | X |
| BMC 2 | 1 | 4 | X | | | X |
| | | | | | | |

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| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | BACK| TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | -UP | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-| NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION| TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|-----|
| ATA : 38 | | | | | | | |
| TOILET SYS. | 1 | 2 | X | | | | |
| | | | | | | | |


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| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|
| ATA : 38 | | | | | | |
| TOILET SYS. | 1 | 2 | X | | | |
| | | | | | | |
| ATA : 46 | | | | | | |
| ATSU | 1 | 2 | X | | | |
| | | | | | | |

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| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | BACK| TEST|
| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | -UP | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-| NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION| TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|-----|
| ATA : 49 | | | | | | | |
| ECB | 1 | 3 | X | | | | X |
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 70/80 | | | | | | | |
| EIU 1 | 1 | 3 | B | | | X | X |
| EIU 2 | 1 | 4 | B | | | X | X |
| EVMU | 1 | 3 | X | | | | X |
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| SYSTEM CONNECTED | | |BACK-UP | TEST |
| TO THE CFDIU | | |CONNEC- | PLUG |
| THROUGH ANOTHER | THROUGH | NOTES | TION | CONNEC-|
| SYSTEM (FOR FAULTS | | | | TION |
| DATA) | | | | |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ATA : 21 | | | | |
| FLOW AMPLIFIER |_ | | | |
| PACK CONT 1 | | ZONE | Title : TEMP CTL | | |
| PACK CONT 2 |_| CONT | | | |
| | | | | |
| ATA : 22 | | | | |
| FAC 2 _ |_ |_ | X_ | X_ |
| FMGC 1 | | | | | | X | | X | |
| | FMC 1 | | | | | X_| | X_| |
| _| FGC 1 | | FAC 1 | | Title : AFS | X | | X | |
| FMGC 2 | FMC 2 | | | | | X_| | X_| |
| _| FGC 2 | | | | | X | |
| FCU |_| | | | | |
| MCDU 1 | | FMGC 1 | | | | |
| MCDU 2 | | and |_| | | |
| |_| FMGC 2 | | | |
| | | | | |
| ATA : 23 |_ | | | |
| RMP 2 | | RMP 1 | | | |
| RMP 3 (IF INSTALLED)|_| | | | |
| ACP 1 | | | | | |
| ACP 2 | | AMU | | | |
| ACP 3 | | | | | |
| ACP 4 |_| | | | |
| Tape Reproducer | | | | | |
| (Prerecorded | | | | | |
| announcement) | | | | | |
| Tape Reproducer | | | | | |
| (Passenger Enter- | | | | | |
| tainment system PES)| | | | | |
| Amplifier PES | | | | | |
| Amplifier Video | | CIDS | | | |
| Video Reader | | | | | |
| FWD Attendant Panel | | | | | |
| (FWD ATT ND PNL) | | | | | |
| Programming and Test| | | | | |
| Panel (PTP) | | | | | |
| Attendant Indication| | | | | |
| Panel (AIP) |_| | | | |
| | | | | |
| ATA : 24 |_ | | | |
| GCU 1 | | | | | |
| GCU 2 | | | | | |
| GCU APU | | GPCU | Title : AC GEN | | |
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| SYSTEM CONNECTED | | |BACK-UP | TEST |
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| THROUGH ANOTHER | THROUGH | NOTES | TION | CONNEC-|
| SYSTEM (FOR FAULTS | | | | TION |
| DATA) | | | | |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| EGIU 2 |_| | | | |
| | | | | |
| ATA : 27 | | | | |
| SEC 1 |_ | | | |
| SEC 2 | | FCDC 1 | Title : EFCS = X | | |
| SEC 3 | | and | (X = 1 or 2) | | |
| ELAC 1 | | FCDC 2 | | | |
| ELAC 2 |_| | | | |
| | | | | |
| ATA : 28 |_ | | | |
| FLSCU 1 | | FQI | Title : FUEL | | |
| FLSCU 2 |_| | | | |
| | | | | |
| ATA : 30 | | | | |
| Wing Anti Ice | ZONE CONT | Title : TEMP CTL | | |
| | | | | |
| ATA : 31 |_ | | | |
| CAPT PFD | | | | | |
| F/O PFD | | | | | |
| CAPT ND | | | | | |
| F/O ND | | DMC 1 | Title : EIS X | | |
| ECAM Engine/Warning | | 2 and 3 | (X = 1, 2 or 3)| | |
| Display | | | | | |
| ECAM System/Status | | | | | |
| Display |_| | | | |
| SDAC 1 | | FWC 1 | Title : ECAM X | X | X |
| SDAC 2 | | and | (X = 1 or 2) | X | X |
| ECAM CTL PNL
| QAR (IF INSTALLED) | | | | | |
| DFDR |_| FDIU | | | |
| DAR (IF INSTALLED) | DMU | | | |
| | (AIDS) | | | |
| | | | | |
| ATA : 34 | | | | |
| OHU (IF INSTALLED) | HUD | | | |
| | | | | |
| ATA : 70/80 |_ | | | |
| FADEC 1 CHA | | EIU 1 | Title : FADEC 1A, 1B, | X | X |
| CHB |_| | 2A, 2B | X | |
| FADEC 2 CHA | | EIU 2 | (EIU transparent for | X | X |
| CHB |_| | FADEC) | X | |
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| CFDIU (FOR | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-| CON-|
| OTHER THAN | | | | | | NEC-| NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION| TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|-----|
| ATA : 22 | | | | | | | |
| MCDU 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | | X | |
| MCDU 2 | 1 | 2 | 1 | | | | |
| | | | | | | | |
| ATA : 31 | | | | | | | |
| CLOCK | - | | X | | | | |


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The table below gives the distribution of type 1 systems on the output
buses.

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| BUS 1 | BUS 2 | BUS 3 | BUS 4 |
|------------------|------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
| SYSTEM | SYSTEM | SYSTEM | SYSTEM |
|------------------|------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
| ADR 1 | ADR 2 | BMC 1 | BMC 2 |
| ILS 1 or *MMR 1| ILS 2 or *MMR 2| EIU 1 | EIU 2 |
| VOR 1 | VOR 2 | FAC 1 | CIDS 2 |
| DME 1 | DME 2 | CIDS 1 | SFCC 2 |
| ATC 1 | ATC 2 | SFCC 1 | CAB PRESS |
| * MLS 1 | * MLS 2 | CAB PRESS | CONT 2 |
| RA 1 | RA 2 | CONT 1 | |
| RADAR 1 | * RADAR 2 | | LGCIU 2 |
| ADF 1 | * ADF 2 | LGCIU 1 | * ACARS MU |
| FWC 1 | FWC 2 | FQI | BSCU 2 |
| DMC 1 | DMC 2 | BSCU 1 | AMU |
| VHF 1 | VHF 2 | ECB | FCDC 2 |
| * DMU (AIDS) | IR 2 | FCDC 1 | * VHF 3 |
| IR 1 | MCDU 2 | * WBS 1 | * WBS 2 |
| MCDU 1 | * HF 2 | EVMU | ZONE CONT |
| * AFT CARGO HEAT | VACUUM SYS | * FWD CARGO | DMC 3 |
| CONT | CONT | HEAT CONT | FDIU |
| * HF 1 | * GPSSU 2 | * SDCU | * GPWC (MK 5) |
| RMP 1 | * ATSU | ADR 3 | * TCAS |
| PRINTER | | IR 3 | * MDDU |
| * GPSSU 1 | | * TPIS | GAPCU |
| | | * SDU | |
|__________________|__________________|___________________|___________________|

* : options

The table below lists the output discretes.

------------------------------------------
| TYPE 2 | TYPE 3 |
|--------------------|-------------------|
| AEVC | GCU Emergency |
| GPCU | TR 1, 2, 3 |
| BCL 1, 2 | ICE DET 1 + 2 |
| FDU 1, 2, APU | |
| WHC 1, 2 | |
| PHC 1, 2, 3 | |
|____________________|___________________|


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| NECTED DIREC- | SYSTEM |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | PLUG|
| TLY TO THE | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-|
| CFDIU (FOR | | | | | | NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|
| ATA : 49 | | | | | | |
| ECB | 1 | 3 | X | | | X |
| | | | | | | |
| ATA : 70/80 | | | | | | |
| EIU 1 | 1 | 3 | B | | | X |
| EIU 2 | 1 | 4 | B | | | X |
| EVMU | 1 | 3 | X | | | X |
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| SYSTEM CONNECTED | | | TEST |
| TO THE CFDIU | | | PLUG |
| THROUGH ANOTHER | THROUGH | NOTES | CONNEC-|
| SYSTEM (FOR FAULTS | | | TION |
| DATA) | | | |
|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ATA : 21 | | | |
| FLOW AMPLIFIER |_ | | |
| PACK CONT 1 | | ZONE | Title : TEMP CTL | |
| PACK CONT 2 |_| CONT | | |
| | | | |
| ATA : 22 | | | |
| FAC 2 _ |_ |_ | X_ |
| FMGC 1 | | | | | | X | |
| | FMC 1 | | | | | X_| |
| _| FGC 1 | | FAC 1 | | Title : AFS | X | |
| FMGC 2 | FMC 2 | | | | | X_| |
| _| FGC 2 | | | | | X |
| FCU |_| | | | |
| MCDU 1 | | FMGC 1 | | | |
| MCDU 2 | | and |_| | |
| |_| FMGC 2 | | |
| | | | |
| ATA : 23 |_ | | |
| RMP 2 | | RMP 1 | | |
| RMP 3 (IF INSTALLED)|_| | | |
| ACP 1 | | | | |
| ACP 2 | | AMU | | |
| ACP 3 | | | | |
| ACP 4 |_| | | |
| Tape Reproducer | | | | |
| (Prerecorded | | | | |
| announcement) | | | | |
| Tape Reproducer | | | | |
| (Passenger Enter- | | | | |
| tainment system PES)| | | | |
| Amplifier PES | | | | |
| Amplifier Video | | CIDS | | |
| Video Reader | | | | |
| FWD Attendant Panel | | | | |
| (FWD ATT ND PNL) | | | | |
| Programming and Test| | | | |
| Panel (PTP) | | | | |
| Attendant Indication| | | | |
| Panel (AIP) |_| | | |
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| SYSTEM CONNECTED | | | TEST |
| TO THE CFDIU | | | PLUG |
| THROUGH ANOTHER | THROUGH | NOTES | CONNEC-|
| SYSTEM (FOR FAULTS | | | TION |
| DATA) | | | |
|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ATA : 24 |_ | | |
| GCU 1 | | | | |
| GCU 2 | | | | |
| GCU APU | | GPCU/ | Title : AC GEN | |
| EGIU 1 | | GAPCU | | |
| EGIU 2 |_| | | |
| | | | |
| ATA : 27 | | | |
| SEC 1 |_ | | |
| SEC 2 | | FCDC 1 | Title : EFCS = X | |
| SEC 3 | | and | (X = 1 or 2) | |
| ELAC 1 | | FCDC 2 | | |
| ELAC 2 |_| | | |
| | | | |
| ATA : 28 |_ | | |
| FLSCU 1 | | FQI | Title : FUEL | |
| FLSCU 2 |_| | | |
| | | | |
| ATA : 30 | | | |
| Wing Anti Ice | ZONE CONT | Title : TEMP CTL | |
| | | | |
| ATA : 31 |_ | | |
| CAPT PFD | | | | |
| F/O PFD | | | | |
| CAPT ND | | | | |
| F/O ND | | DMC 1 | Title : EIS X | |
| ECAM Engine/Warning | | 2 and 3 | (X = 1, 2 or 3)| |
| Display | | | | |
| ECAM System/Status | | | | |
| Display |_| | | |
| SDAC 1 | | FWC 1 | Title : ECAM X | X |
| SDAC 2 | | and | (X = 1 or 2) | X |
| ECAM CTL PNL | | | | |
| QAR (IF INSTALLED) | | | | |
| DFDR |_| FDIU | | |
| DAR (IF INSTALLED) | DMU | | |
| | (AIDS) | | |
| | | | |
| ATA : 34 | | | |
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| SYSTEM CONNECTED | | | TEST |
| TO THE CFDIU | | | PLUG |
| THROUGH ANOTHER | THROUGH | NOTES | CONNEC-|
| SYSTEM (FOR FAULTS | | | TION |
| DATA) | | | |
|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| | | | |
| ATA : 70/80 |_ | | |
| FADEC 1 CHA | | EIU 1 | Title : FADEC 1A, 1B, | X |
| CHB |_| | 2A, 2B | |
| FADEC 2 CHA | | EIU 2 | (EIU transparent for | X |
| CHB |_| | FADEC) | |
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| SYSTEMS CON- | | CFDIU | SYSTEM | CFDIU | SYSTEM | TEST|
| NECTED TO THE | |TO SYSTEM|TO CFDIU |TO SYSTEM |TO CFDIU | PLUG|
| CFDIU (FOR | TYPE | BUS No. | BUS No. | DISCRETE | DISCRETE| CON-|
| OTHER THAN | | | | | | NEC-|
| FAULTS DATA) | | | | | | TION|
|---------------|--------|---------|---------|----------|---------|-----|
| ATA : 22 | | | | | | |
| MCDU 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | | |
| MCDU 2 | 1 | 2 | 1 | | | |
| | | | | | | |
| ATA : 31 | | | | | | |
| CLOCK | - | | X | | | |

The table below gives the distribution of type 1 systems on the output
buses.

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| BUS 1 | BUS 2 | BUS 3 | BUS 4 |
|------------------|------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
| SYSTEM | SYSTEM | SYSTEM | SYSTEM |
|------------------|------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
| ADR 1 | ADR 2 | BMC 1 | BMC 2 |
| ILS 1 or *MMR 1| ILS 2 or *MMR 2| EIU 1 | EIU 2 |
| VOR 1 | VOR 2 | FAC 1 | CIDS 2 |
| DME 1 | DME 2 | CIDS 1 | SFCC 2 |
| ATC 1 | ATC 2 | SFCC 1 | CAB PRESS |
| * MLS 1 | * MLS 2 | CAB PRESS | CONT 2 |
| RA 1 | RA 2 | CONT 1 | |
| RADAR 1 | * RADAR 2 | | LGCIU 2 |
| ADF 1 | * ADF 2 | LGCIU 1 | * ACARS MU |
| FWC 1 | FWC 2 | FQI | BSCU 2 |
| DMC 1 | DMC 2 | BSCU 1 | AMU |
| VHF 1 | VHF 2 | ECB | FCDC 2 |
| * DMU (AIDS) | IR 2 | FCDC 1 | * VHF 3 |
| IR 1 | MCDU 2 | * WBS 1 | * WBS 2 |
| MCDU 1 | * HF 2 | EVMU | ZONE CONT |
| * AFT CARGO HEAT | VACUUM SYS | * FWD CARGO | DMC 3 |
| CONT | CONT | HEAT CONT | FDIU |
| * HF 1 | * GPSSU 2 | * SDCU | * GPWC (MK 5) |
| RMP 1 | | ADR 3 | * TCAS |
| PRINTER | | IR 3 | * MDDU |
| * GPSSU 1 | | * TPIS | GAPCU |
| | | * SDU | * ATSU |
|__________________|__________________|___________________|___________________|

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The table below lists the output discretes.

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| TYPE 2 | TYPE 3 |
|--------------------|-------------------|
| AEVC | GCU Emergency |
| GPCU | TR 1, 2, 3 |
| BCL 1, 2 | ICE DET 1 + 2 |
| FDU 1, 2, APU | DLRB/DLS * |
| WHC 1, 2 | |
| PHC 1, 2, 3 | |
|____________________|___________________|

* : option(s)

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The list of input/output labels is given in the figure below.

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(Ref. Fig. 021)

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(Ref. Fig. 021A)

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(Ref. Fig. 021B)

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(1) Inputs
The CFDIU receives fault information from approx. 130 aircraft
systems (basic + optional), directly (Type 1, 2 or 3 systems) or
indirectly (System BITEs).
The CFDIU inputs (for maintenance) consist of :



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- ARINC 429 buses from Type 1, 2 systems, SYSTEM BITEs and
peripherals
- discretes from Type 3 systems, pin programming and flight/ground
condition.

NOTE : These inputs receive fault messages except: CLOCK and MCDUs.
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The DMU input receives fault messages and it also receives
other data.
The MCDUs and PRINTER inputs also receive the data
constituting the protocol with the CFDIU.

(2) Outputs
At output, the CFDIU has:
- ARINC 429 buses to Type 1 systems and systems BITEs
- discretes to type 2 and 3 systems.

(3) Discrete input/output characteristics


The CFDIU has the capacity for 24 discrete inputs and 24 discrete
outputs, of the GROUND/OPEN CIRCUIT type.
When open, each input/output has a maximum leakage current of 10
micro.A.

(a) Ground/open circuit type input


- Low-pass filter with 1.6 ms time constant.
- For a ground signal at input, the typical current is
approximately 0.5 mA.

(b) Ground/open circuit type output


- Leakage current in open state : less than 10 micro.A up to 150
degrees.
- In closed state (= ground), the current capacity is between 6
and 30 mA.
These discretes are closed (connected to ground) at each TEST (or
RESET) request for the corresponding Type 2 or 3 systems, when
the request is made from the MCDU.

B. Interface with the MCDUs


The MCDUs allow a dialog with the CFDIU or with the BITEs of the various
systems connected to the CFDIU, depending on the flight/ground
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C. Interface with the Systems which Provide General Parameters (clock, FWC,
FDIU and FAC1 and DMC1).
Dating and Fault Identification.
The CFDIU is connected to several aircraft systems which provide general
parameters enabling identification of faults.
These general parameters are retransmitted by the CFDIU to the various
Type 1 systems which are connected to it, via its output buses. They are
memorized by the system BITEs for the establishment of fault reports that
are memorized in the systems.
These parameters are also used and memorized by the CFDIU itself, for
establishing fault reports that are memorized in the CFDIU.
The transmission of these parameters by the CFDIU is synchronous. It
implies permanent scrutinization of the FWC (1 or 2) and CLOCK input
buses, and sequential scrutinization of the FAC1, DMC1 and FDIU buses.

(1) Interface with the clock


The CFDIU is connected to the clock, located on the center instrument
panel, which provides:
- GMT/Date
- elapsed time
- chronometer.
The CFDIU permanently acquires GMT and the date and transmits these
data on its output buses.
The clock provides the date and the time at which faults occur.
The time associated with the fault messages and the ECAM warnings
enables the correlation between the ECAM warnings and the fault
messages memorized by the CFDIU.
In the event of loss of clock operation or incorrect operation
detected by the CFDIU, the CFDIU takes over and calculates the time
and the date using its internal clock.
This transition does not require reinitialization if there is not a
long power cutoff (> 200 ms). If there is a long power cutoff, the
crew performs reinitialization using the MCDU.
The CLOCK is declared failed or invalid (= incorrect operation) by
the CFDIU when one of the labels of the GMT and DATE parameters is
not refreshed or transmitted with incorrect parity or with SSM at NCD
or FT confirmed over 1 minute.

(2) Interface with the FWC


In normal configuration (no fault) the CFDIU permanently reads the
FWC1 bus and reads the FWC2 bus cyclicly for the reception of fault
messages (label 356).
When a fault occurs, or with incorrect FWC1 operation detected by the
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The CFDIU returns to FWC1 bus after a long CFDIU power cutoff.
The FWC provides the flight phases associated with ECAM warnings and
used to generate the flight/ground conditions of the CFDIU and of
type 1 systems.

NOTE : In addition to this parameter, it has been seen that the FWC
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provides:
- the fault messages presented to the ECAM with label 357,
using the same transmission protocol and the same
transmission frequency as label 356 in Normal Mode. This
label is permanently read by the CFDIU, message transmission
is asynchronous and it is only emitted once for each warning
- the fault messages generated by the BITE function which are
transmitted by the FWC with label 356 using established
protocol.

The FWC1 is declared failed by the CFDIU when flight phase label is
not refreshed or transmitted with incorrect parity or with SSM at FW
= 0, confirmed over 4 seconds.
In this case, after the confirmation time on the FWC1, the CFDIU
reads the FWC2 bus and uses this bus to retransmit the flight phases
transmitted by the FWC2.
The FWC1 is declared invalid (but not failed) by the CFDIU when
flight phase label is transmitted with SSM at NCD = 01 or FT = 10,
or with flight phase smaller than 1 or greater than 10, confirmed
over 3 cycles.
In this case, after the confirmation time on the FWC1, the CFDIU uses
and retransmits at NCD = 01 the last correct flight phase received
from the FWC1, i.e. received with SSM at NO = 11 and flight phase
comprised between 1 and 10. If this last correct phase is no longer
memorized, i.e. if moreover a CFDIU power cutoff occurs, after the
confirmation time on the FWC1, the CFDIU uses and retransmits phase 1
at NCD = 01 by default.
During the confirmation time the CFDIU does not retransmit anything.
the FWC2 is declared failed or invalid (= incorrect operation), after
a FWC1 failure, when flight phase label is not refreshed or
transmitted with incorrect parity or with SSM at NCD = 01, FW = 00 or
FT = 10, or with flight phase smaller than 1 or greater than 10.
In this case, after the confirmation times on the FWC1 and the FWC2,
the CFDIU uses and retransmits at NCD = 01 the last correct flight
phase received from the FWC2 i.e. received with SSM at NO = 11 and
phase comprised between 1 and 10.
If this last correct phase is no longer memorized, i.e. if moreover a
CFDIU power cutoff occurs, after the confirmation times on the FWC1
and on the FWC2, the CFDIU uses and retransmits phase 1 at NCD = 01
by default. During the confirmation times, the CFDIU does not
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NOTE : - During the confirmation times related to the invalid or
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failed state, except in the case of CFDIU power cutoff, the
CFDIU uses and retransmits at NO = 11 the last correct flight
phase received.
- When the invalid or failed state disappears, the CFDIU
resumes use and normal transmission of flight phases.
- The command label 227 (NULL/DC2/DC1) directly follows the
value of the flight phase transmitted by the CFDIU, whether
this phase is transmitted at NO or at NCD.
- After a power-up test of the CFDIU without FWCs, the CFDIU
presents the Flight menu or the Ground menu depending on the
status of the Flight/Ground discrete; however, it considers
itself on the ground (phase 1) as far as its operation is
concerned.

(3) Interface with the FDIU and the DMU


The FDIU provides aircraft identification.
This parameter is acquired by the CFDIU at each flight phase change
and at power-up.
The FDIU and the DMU provide fault information (label 350) to the
CFDIU (label 270), which in turn transmits it to the ECAM system.
These items of information are permanently acquired by the CFDIU.
The FDIU or the DMU is declared failed or invalid (= incorrect
operation) by the CFDIU when at least one of the labels of the
aircraft identification parameter is not refreshed or transmitted
with incorrect parity, confirmed over 4 seconds (no SSM).
In this case, after a flight phase transition (+ confirmation), the
CFDIU uses and retransmits in lieu of the incorrect label(s), the
last label(s) acquired correctly, i.e. received with the correct
state during a flight phase transition.
This (these) used and retransmitted label(s) is (are) frozen, even
after other flight phase transitions, as long as it (they) remains
(remain) incorrect.
If moreover a CFDIU power cutoff occurs, the CFDIU uses blank
characters for its own reports (e.g. printouts) and retransmits 0s by
default, for the incorrect label(s) before cutoff.

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operation, the CFDIU uses and retransmits the last correct
labels acquired.
- When the incorrect operation disappears, the CFDIU resumes
use and normal transmission of the parameter at the following
acquisition (phase transition).

The FDIU or the DMU is declared invalid (but not failed) by the CFDIU
when their fault information (label 350) is transmitted at NCD = 01
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In this case, after the confirmation time, the CFDIU retransmits at
NO = 00 the label 270 with the last correct value acquired on the
failed label 350. The label 270 bits corresponding to the failed
label 350 are frozen as long as the label is failed. If moreover a
CFDIU power cutoff occurs, the CFDIU retransmits 0s by default at NO
= 00 for the values corresponding to failed label 350.

(4) Interface with the FAC1


The FAC1 provides the flight number and the departure and arrival
airports.
These parameters are acquired by the CFDIU at NULL/DC2 transition at
each flight phase change, at touchdown (nose landing gear) and
power-up.
The FAC1 is declared failed by the CFDIU when at least one of the
labels of the flight number or city pair parameters is not
refreshed or transmitted with incorrect parity, confirmed over 4
seconds.
In this case, after a flight phase transition (+ confirmation), the
CFDIU uses and retransmits at NCD = 01, in lieu of the failed
label(s), the last label(s) acquired correctly, i.e. received with
the correct state during a flight phase transition.
This (these) used label(s) which is (are) retransmitted at NCD = 01,
is (are) frozen, even after other flight phase transitions, as long
as it (they) remains (remain) incorrect.
If moreover a CFDIU power cutoff occurs, the CFDIU uses dashes for
its own reports (e.g. printout) and retransmits 0s by default at NCD
= 01, for the incorrect label(s) before cutoff.
The FAC1 is declared invalid (but not failed) by the CFDIU when at
least one of the labels of the flight number or city pair
parameters is transmitted at NCD = 01, confirmed over 3 cycles.
In this case, the CFDIU performs a processing which is identical to
that of the previous case.

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failed state, the CFDIU uses and retransmits at NO = 11 the
last correct labels acquired.
- when the invalid or failed state disappears, the CFDIU
resumes use and normal transmission of the parameters at the
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C. Interface with the Systems which Provide General Parameters (clock, FWC,
FDIU and FAC1 and DMC1).
Dating and Fault Identification.
The CFDIU is connected to several aircraft systems which provide general
parameters enabling identification of faults.
These general parameters are retransmitted by the CFDIU to the various
Type 1 systems which are connected to it, via its output buses. They are
memorized by the system BITEs for the establishment of fault reports that
are memorized in the systems.
These parameters are also used and memorized by the CFDIU itself, for
establishing fault reports that are memorized in the CFDIU.
The transmission of these parameters by the CFDIU is synchronous. It
implies permanent scrutinization of the FWC (1 or 2) and CLOCK input
buses, and sequential scrutinization of the FAC1, DMC1 and FDIU buses.

(1) Interface with the clock


The CFDIU is connected to the clock, located on the center instrument
panel, which provides:
- GMT/Date
- elapsed time
- chronometer.
The CFDIU permanently acquires GMT and the date and transmits these
data on its output buses.
The clock provides the date and the time at which faults occur.
The time associated with the fault messages and the ECAM warnings
enables the correlation between the ECAM warnings and the fault
messages memorized by the CFDIU.
In the event of loss of clock operation or incorrect operation
detected by the CFDIU, the CFDIU takes over and calculates the time
and the date using its internal clock.
This transition does not require reinitialization if there is not a
long power cutoff (> 200 ms). If there is a long power cutoff, the
crew performs reinitialization using the MCDU.
The CLOCK is declared failed or invalid (= incorrect operation) by
the CFDIU when one of the labels of the GMT and DATE parameters is
not refreshed or transmitted with incorrect parity or with SSM at NCD
or FT confirmed over 1 minute.

(2) Interface with the FWC


In normal configuration (no fault) the CFDIU permanently reads the
FWC1 bus and reads the FWC2 bus cyclicly for the reception of fault
messages (label 356).
When a fault occurs, or with incorrect FWC1 operation detected by the
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The CFDIU returns to FWC1 bus after a long CFDIU power cutoff.
The FWC provides the flight phases associated with ECAM warnings and
used to generate the flight/ground conditions of the CFDIU and of
type 1 systems.

NOTE : In addition to this parameter, it has been seen that the FWC
____
provides:
- the fault messages presented to the ECAM with label 357,
using the same transmission protocol and the same
transmission frequency as label 356 in Normal Mode. This
label is permanently read by the CFDIU, message transmission
is asynchronous and it is only emitted once for each warning
- the fault messages generated by the BITE function which are
transmitted by the FWC with label 356 using established
protocol.

The FWC1 is declared failed by the CFDIU when flight phase label is
not refreshed or transmitted with incorrect parity or with SSM at FW
= 0, confirmed over 4 seconds.
In this case, after the confirmation time on the FWC1, the CFDIU
reads the FWC2 bus and uses this bus to retransmit the flight phases
transmitted by the FWC2.
The FWC1 is declared invalid (but not failed) by the CFDIU when
flight phase label is transmitted with SSM at NCD = 01 or FT = 10,
or with flight phase smaller than 1 or greater than 10, confirmed
over 3 cycles.
In this case, after the confirmation time on the FWC1, the CFDIU uses
and retransmits at NCD = 01 the last correct flight phase received
from the FWC1, i.e. received with SSM at NO = 11 and flight phase
comprised between 1 and 10. If this last correct phase is no longer
memorized, i.e. if moreover a CFDIU power cutoff occurs, after the
confirmation time on the FWC1, the CFDIU uses and retransmits phase 1
at NCD = 01 by default.
During the confirmation time the CFDIU does not retransmit anything.
the FWC2 is declared failed or invalid (= incorrect operation), after
a FWC1 failure, when flight phase label is not refreshed or
transmitted with incorrect parity or with SSM at NCD = 01, FW = 00 or
FT = 10, or with flight phase smaller than 1 or greater than 10.
In this case, after the confirmation times on the FWC1 and the FWC2,
the CFDIU uses and retransmits at NCD = 01 the last correct flight
phase received from the FWC2 i.e. received with SSM at NO = 11 and
phase comprised between 1 and 10.
If this last correct phase is no longer memorized, i.e. if moreover a
CFDIU power cutoff occurs, after the confirmation times on the FWC1
and on the FWC2, the CFDIU uses and retransmits phase 1 at NCD = 01
by default. During the confirmation times, the CFDIU does not
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NOTE : - During the confirmation times related to the invalid or
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failed state, except in the case of CFDIU power cutoff, the
CFDIU uses and retransmits at