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GENERAL ** CVR Electrical Schematic (3) ................ 167
** General System Presentation (1)............... 1 ** CVR Components (3) .......................... 187
** System Control and Indicating (1) ............ 5 CABIN INTERCOMMUNICATION DATA SYSTEM ( CIDS
SPEECH COMMUNICATION )
Speech Communication Presentation (1) .......... 13 ** CIDS Design Philosophy (1) .................. 193
Radio Management Panel Presentation (1) ........ 17 ** CIDS Presentation (1) ....................... 197
Radio Management Panel Interface (3) ........... 23 ** CIDS Director/DEU Architecture (3) ......... 201
Radio Management Panel Utilization (3) ......... 27 ** CIDS Director Description/Operation (3) .... 207
Audio System Presentation (1) ................... 31 ** CIDS Type A DEU Description/Operation (3) .. 215
** Audio Control Panel Presentation (1) ........ 35 ** CIDS Type B DEU Description/Operation (3) .. 219
** Audio Switching (3) .......................... 41 ** CIDS DEU Mount Description/Operation (3) ... 223
** Audio Management Unit Interfaces (3) ........ 45 ** Forward Attendant Panel Presentation (1) ... 227
** Ckpt Loudspeaker Muting Circuit Desc.(3) .... 49 ** AFT Attendant Panel Presentation (1) ....... 231
HF System Architecture (3) ...................... 53 ** PTP Presentation (1) ........................ 235
VHF System Presentation (1) ..................... 59 ** Attendant Indication Panel D/O (3) ......... 239
VHF System Description/Operation (3) ........... 65 ** Area Call Panel (ACP) Indications (3) ...... 249
SELCAL System Presentation (1) .................. 69 ** Cabin Attendant Handset Presentation (3) ... 253
SELCAL and Cockpit Call System D/O (3) ......... 73 ** Passenger Address System Description (3) ... 257
Flight Interphone System Operation (2) ......... 79 ** Passenger Address System Operation (3) ..... 261
Radio Communication Operation (2)............... 83 ** Cabin Interphone System D/O (3) ............ 269
** Ground Crew Call SYS Pres./Operation (1) .... 87 ** Service Interphone D/O (3) .................. 277
Static Discharging (1) .......................... 91 ** Passenger Call System D/O (3)............... 283
Speech Communication Warnings (3)............... 99 ** Passenger Lighted Signs D/O (3) ............ 291
Speech Communication Components (3) ........... 105 ** Prerecorded Announcement & BGM D/O (3) ..... 297
** CIDS Evacuation Signalling (3) ............. 303
SATCOM ** CIDS Warnings (3)............................ 309
MCS SATCOM Presentation (1) .................... 119 ** CIDS Director Interfaces (3) ................ 319
HONEYWELL MCS SATCOM D/O (3) ................... 123 ** FAP/AAP/PTP Interfaces (3) .................. 325
HONEYWELL MCS SATCOM Components (3) ........... 127 ** PTP Utilization (Status & Test) (3) ........ 333
COLLINS MCS SATCOM D/O (3) ..................... 139 ** PTP Cabin Reconfiguration (3)............... 347
COLLINS MCS SATCOM Components (3) ............. 143 ** CIDS Components (3) ......................... 357
COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER SYSTEM PAX ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM
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** CVR System Presentation (1) ................. 155 ** Passenger Entertainment SYS Pres. (1) ...... 371
** CVR Operational Modes (3) ................... 161 ** Passenger Music Entertainment SYS D/O (3) .. 375

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** PAX Music Entertainment SYS CMPNTS (3) ..... 381
** Video Entertainment System D/O (3) ......... 393
** PES Video Components (3) .................... 401
** Passenger Visual Information System D/O
(3) .............................................. 419
** Passenger Visual Information SYS CMPNTS(3). 425
** Cabin Management System D/O (3) ............ 431
** Cabin Management System Components (3) ..... 435
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
SPECIFIC PAGES
** CFDS Specific Page Presentation (3) ...... 441
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CONTENTS:
VHF
HF (Option)
SELCAL (SELective CALling)
CIDS
Passenger Address
Interphone
Cockpit Voice Recorder
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VHF INTERPHONE

The Very High Frequency (VHF) system serves for short There are 3 interphone systems on the aircraft:
range voice communications. the flight interphone, the cabin interphone and the
service interphone.
HF (Option) - The flight interphone system allows
communication between the flight crew members,
The High Frequency (HF) system serves for all and between the flight crew and the ground
long-distance voice communications between different mechanic at the external power receptacle or
aircraft (in flight or on the ground), or between the in the avionics bay.
aircraft and one or several ground stations. - The cabin interphone system allows
communication between the cockpit and the cabin
SELCAL (SELective CALling) attendant stations, and between the cabin
attendant stations.
The purpose of the SELCAL system is to give visual and - The service interphone system enables
aural indications to the crew, concerning calls communication between the different service
received from ground stations through VHF and HF interphone jacks, the cockpit and the cabin
systems. attendant stations.

CIDS COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER

The Cabin Intercommunication Data System (CIDS) is The Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) records in-flight and
designed to interface flight crew, cabin attendants, on-ground crew conversations and radio communications.
passengers, ground service and various cabin systems
dedicated to cabin attendant or passenger use.
The CIDS is used to control, test and monitor various
cabin systems dedicated to cabin attendant or passenger
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The Passenger Address (PA) allows voice announcements


to be broadcast to all passengers, from the cockpit
and cabin attendant stations through the CIDS.

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CONTENTS:
Cockpit
Cabin
Avionics Bay
Nose Landing Gear
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COCKPIT

In the cockpit, we find:


- 3 Audio Control Panels (ACPs) for the selection
of communication systems (in transmission and
reception) and for the control of the received
audio signal levels,
- 3 Radio Management Panels (RMPs) for the
selection of radio communication and navigation
frequencies,
- 1 AUDIO SWITCHING selector for the
reconfiguration of channels, in case of ACP
failure,
- 1 CALLS panel for flight crew-to-ground
mechanic or flight crew-to-cabin attendant
calls,
- and various items of acoustic equipment.
The acoustic equipment comprises:
2 loudspeakers with volume control (1),
2 radio PTT switches (on the side sticks),
2 hand microphones (2),
headsets (3),
boomsets (3),
oxygen mask microphones (3).
Facilities are provided in the cockpit for
headsets and boomsets.
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CABIN

Panels are installed in the cabin, for the control and


monitoring of the various cabin systems:
- The Forward Attendant Panel (FAP) is located
in the forward entrance area of the aircraft.
The cabin attendants can control the different
cabin systems from here.
- 3 Additional Attendant Panels (AAPs) can be
installed near the doors and are dedicated to
cabin zones.
1 AAP is basically installed near the aft
passenger crew door.

Note: The F.A.P. and the A.A.P. are customized per


airline request.

- The Programming and Test Panel (PTP) is


located at the forward attendant station,
behind a hinged access door next to the FAP.
The PTP enables to test and re-program the
Cabin Intercommunication Data System.
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AVIONICS BAY

In the avionics bay, the SELCAL code panel is installed


for coding the SELCAL code assigned to the aircraft.

NOSE LANDING GEAR

On the external power control panel, some features are


dedicated to ground mechanic-to-flight crew or flight
crew-to-ground mechanic calls.
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CONTENTS:
COM/NAV Systems
RMP
ACP
AMU
SELCAL
Static Discharging
Self Examination
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SYSTEMS AUDIO MANAGEMENT UNIT

Communication and navigation systems are connected to The audio management unit (AMU) ensures the interface
the AMU for analog inputs and to the RMP for frequency between the user (jack panel and ACP) and the various
selection. radio communication and radio navigation systems.
The Audio Management Unit is equipped with a TEST
RADIO MANAGEMENT PANEL circuit (BITE) which enables connection to the CFDIU.
The AMU ensures the following functions:
The radio management panels (RMP) centralize radio - Transmission
communication frequency control. - Reception
RMP 1 and RMP 2 can also serve as backups for the - SELCAL and display of ground crew and Cabin
flight management and guidance computers (FMGC) for Attendant calls
radio navigation frequency control (VOR, DME, ILS,
- Flight interphone
ADF).
- Emergency function for the Captain and First
The aircraft is equipped with three RMPs which are
Officer stations.
identical and interchangeable.
The 3rd RMP is optional.
SELCAL
AUDIO CONTROL PANEL
The selective calling system provides visual and aural
indication of calls received from ground stations.
The ACPs supplies the means:
- to use the various radio communication and
STATIC DISCHARGING
radio navigation facilities installed on the
aircraft for transmission and reception of the
The purpose of the static discharges is to discharge
audio signals.
static electricity and to prevent interference of
- to display the various calls (SELCAL, ground communication systems.
crew call and calls from the Cabin Attendants).
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SELF EXAMINATION

What is the purpose of the RMPs?


A - To enable the received audio signals to
be selected.
B - To enable the received audio signals and
the frequencies to be selected.
C - To enable the frequencies of all the
radio communication systems to be
selected.

What is the purpose of the AMU?


A - To centralize all the audio signals and
the frequencies of the communication
systems.
B - To act as an interface between the users
and the various radio communication and
radio navigation systems.
C - To receive audio signals only.
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PRESENTATION

CONTENTS:
Radio Management Panel (RMP) Description
Windows
Transfer P/B
Communication Keys
SEL Indicator
Dual Selector Knob
Navigation Keys
ON/OFF Switch
Self Examination
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RADIO MANAGEMENT PANEL (RMP) DESCRIPTION COMMUNICATION KEYS

The RMPs are used for the selection of radio There are 6 pushbutton keys for the radio communication
communication frequencies. They are also used for the systems. 3 of them are used for VHF, the 3 others for
standby selection of radio navigation frequencies in HF.
back-up mode. The AM key controls the selection of the AM mode for
3 RMPs are used for frequency selection, each one can HF transceivers provided that HF1 or HF2 is selected.
control any VHF (HF) frequency. When a key is pressed, the relevant active and the
Note: the third RMP is optional. standby frequencies are automatically displayed in the
The 3 RMPs permanently dialog so that each RMP is dedicated windows.
informed of the last selection made on any of the other
RMPs. If two RMPs fail, the remaining RMP controls all SEL INDICATOR
the VHF transceivers.
The transmission of data to the communication and Although one RMP can control frequencies of any
navigation systems and the dialog between the RMPs are transceiver, each RMP has dedicated systems.
performed through ARINC 429 buses. The normal configuration is:
- RMP1 allocated with VHF1, VHF3 and HF1, if
WINDOWS installed,
- RMP2 allocated with VHF2 and HF2, if installed.
There are 2 display windows: If the optional RMP3 is installed, it will be allocated
- The active window displays the operational with VHF3 and HF systems which are no longer dedicated
frequency to RMP1 or RMP2.
- The standby/course window displays the standby The SEL indicator light will come on white on the RMPs
frequency or the course in back-up navigation involved, when an RMP takes control of a non dedicated
mode. system frequency selection.
The windows are liquid crystal displays with a high For example, if VHF2 is selected on RMP1, the SEL
contrast. indicator lights come on on RMP1 and RMP2.
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TRANSFER P/B DUAL SELECTOR KNOB

When the transfer key is pressed, the standby frequency The dual selector knob is used for the selection of
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becomes the operational frequency, and the operational the frequency/course displayed in the standby/course
frequency becomes the standby frequency. window.

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NAVIGATION KEYS

The NAVigation guarded pushbutton key allows the radio


navigation systems to be selected, in back-up mode
only, when the Flight Management and Guidance Computers
(FMGCs) have failed. In radio navigation back-up mode,
only RMP1 and RMP2 can perform navigation
frequency/course selection using the dual selector
knob.

ON/OFF SWITCH

The latching ON/OFF switch allows the crew to set the


RMP on or off.
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What happens if RMP2 fails?


A - The communication systems are inoperative
B - VHF2 frequencies cannot be controlled.
C - All communication frequencies can be
controlled.
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CONTENTS:
Radio
Navigation
FMGCs
CFDIU
LGCIUs
RMP Failure
Self Examination
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RADIO FMGCs

RMP 1 and RMP 2 have two ARINC 429 data buses connected In normal operation, the navigation systems are tuned
to the radio communication transceivers: automatically (or manually from the MCDUs) by the FMGCs
- COM BUS 1 delivers the VHF 1 frequency, via internal relays of the onside RMPs. The RMP is
- COM BUS 2 delivers the VHF 2 frequency. thus transparent to the onside FMGC.
Three dialog buses ensure exchange of information In case of failure of one FMCG, the onside navigation
between the three RMPs. Each RMP periodically transmits systems are tuned directly by the remaining FMGC.
its context on its dialog bus.
Each RMP can control any radio transceiver but is more CFDIU
particularly dedicated to one system.
Basic allocation: The BITE functions of the system are available through
- RMP 1 VHF 1 the CFDS.
- RMP 2 VHF 2
LGCIUs
- ATSU VHF 3
Possible allocation (depending on options):
In order to increment the fault memories in case of
- RMP 1 VHF 1 CFDIU failure, each RMP receives a discrete giving the
- RMP 2 VHF 2 landing gear configuration.
- ATSU VHF 3 RMP 1 receives this discrete from LGCIU 1, and RMP 2
- RMP 3 HF 1 and 3 from LGCIU 2.

NAVIGATION RMP FAILURE

If the standby navigation mode is selected, the The system architecture allows access to all
navigation systems frequencies are controlled by RMP communication functions in case of failure of any RMP.
1 and RMP 2 only. The standby navigation is selected But, if RMP1 or RMP 2 fails, the onside navigation
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in the event of failure of both FMGCs. systems are lost.


In this condition : An RMP failure is indicated by the blanking of the
- RMP1 controls VOR 1, ADF 1 and ILS 1 and 2. display windows. Should a failure occur, the failed
- RMP2 controls VOR 2, ADF 2 and ILS 1 and 2. RMP has to be switched off. When selected off, the RMP
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For ILS functions, MMR 1 and 2 receivers always operate sends a discrete signal which enables system
on the same frequency which can be controlled from any reconfiguration.
RMP, either directly or through the cross talk bus.

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In normal operation, are the navigation systems


controlled by RMP 1 ?
A - Yes.
B - No.

Which RMP can control the VHF 1 transceiver ?


A - RMP 1.
B - RMP 1 and RMP 2.
C - RMP 1, RMP 2 and RMP 3.
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UTILIZATION

CONTENTS
VHF1 Selection
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The purpose of this topic is to study RMP operation NOTE :


through an example. The SEL light indicates selection of a radio system
The ON/OFF switch controls the power supply of the by an other RMP than the RMP normally allocated to it.
RMP. For example, it will come on white in case of selection
To select a new frequency for VHF 1, the VHF 1 key of VHF 2 on RMP 1 or in case of selection of VHF 1 on
must be pressed. RMP 2. In this case, the SEL light also comes on on
VHF1 light comes on as VHF 1 is selected. the RMP to which the system is normally dedicated.

VHF1 is selected. On RMP1 and RMP2 only, the NAVigation guarded


The ACTIVE window displays the current operating pushbutton key allows the radio navigation systems to
frequency for VHF 1, while the STBY/CRS be selected, in back-up mode only, when the Flight
(standby/course) window displays the standby Management and Guidance Computers (FMGCs) have failed.
frequency.
A new frequency is selected by rotating the two
concentric knobs below the STBY/CRS window and can be
activated by pressing the transfer key.
The frequency values have been interchanged. VHF 1 now
operates on a new frequency. This new frequency will
be displayed on either RMP 1 or RMP 2 if VHF 1 is
selected on RMP 1 or RMP 2, respectively.
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CONTENTS:
General
Transmission
Reception
Flight Interphone
Selective Calling (SELCAL)
Calls
Self Examination
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GENERAL INTERPHONE

The AMU centralizes the Audio Signals used by the crew. The flight interphone function allows interpone links
The crew controls and operates these functions between the various crew stations in the cockpit and
independently with the Audio Control Panels. with the groud crew through the jack at the external
The audio management system provides: power receptacle panel (108 VU) and the avionics
- radio communication and navigation for crew compartment jack panel (63 VU).
utilization
- flight interphone system SELCAL
- selective calling system (SELCAL)
The Selective Calling system enables reception with
- visual indication of ground crew and cabin
aural and visual indication of calls from ground
attendant calls.
stations equipped with a coding device
Each cockpit occupant Audio Equipment includes:
- oxygen mask,
NOTE: The SELCAL decoding unit is located inside the
- headset, AMU.
- boomset,
- handmicrophone, CALLS
except for the 4th occupant which is only equipped
with a jack box. Cabin attendant and mechanic calls are indicated on
the Audio Control Panels.
TRANSMISSION

In transmission mode, the AMU collects microphone


inputs of the various crew stations and directs them
to the communication transceivers.
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RECEPTION

In reception mode, the AMU collects the audio outputs


of the communication transceivers and navigation
receivers and directs them to the various crew
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SELF EXAMINATION

What is the function of the AMU?


A - It monitors the radio frequency
selection.
B - It integrates all the crew communication
functions.
C - It monitors the NAV frequency selection.
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CONTENTS:
General
Transmission Keys
Reception Knob
Interphone/Radio Selector Switch
Voice Filter
Reset
Passenger Address
Self Examination
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GENERAL RECEPTION KNOB

3 Audio Control Panels (ACPs) are provided in the Fifteen pushbutton knobs are used to select reception
cockpit for the Captain, the First Officer and the and to adjust the volume of received signals.
third occupant. When the reception channel is selected, the pushbutton
Each ACP allows: knob pops out and comes on white.
- the use of various radio communication and
radio navigation facilities installed in the INTERPHONE/RADIO SELECTOR SWITCH
aircraft for transmission and reception of the
audio signals, The INTerphone/RADio selector switch permits the
- the display of various calls received through utilization of the interphone or the radio, when the
the SELCAL system, from ground mechanics and boomsets or oxygen masks are used by the crew.
from cabin attendants, The INT position allows direct flight interphone
- the use of flight, cabin and service interphone transmission:
systems. - whatever the transmission key selected and
provided no Push-To-Talk switch is activated,
TRANSMISSION KEYS - when no transmission key is selected.
The neutral position allows reception only.
Eight rectangular electronic keys are used for the The RAD position is used as a Push-To-Talk switch when
selection of the transmission channel and for the a transmission key is selected.
display of various calls received through SELCAL
system, from ground mechanics and from cabin VOICE FILTER
attendants.
MECH light on the INTerphone key flashes amber to A voice filter can be used on the ADF and VOR channels.
indicate a ground mechanic call. When used, the identification signals transmitted by
ATT light on the CABin key flashes amber to indicate the navaids are greatly attenuated (32 dB) so as to
a cabin attendant call. hear only voice signals.
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ON comes on green when the voice filter is in service


NOTE: Only one transmission channel can be selected (ON VOICE key pressed in).
at a time.
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RESET

The RESET key is used to cancel all the lighted calls.

NOTE: MECH and ATT lights go off automatically after


60 seconds if the call is not cancelled by the
RESET key.

PASSENGER ADDRESS

A key enables the selection of the Passenger Address


transmission.
This key must be pressed in during the whole
transmission.
An AMU pin program can inhibit the unstable operation
of the PA key.
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SELF EXAMINATION

What happens in case of a SELCAL call on VHF2?


A - CALL light flashes amber on the VHF2 key.
B - The three green bars on the VHF2 key
come on.
C - CALL light comes on white on the VHF2
key.

On the ACP, is it possible to transmit


simultaneously on Passenger Address and VHF
channels?
A - Yes.
B - No.

What is the function of the RESET key?


A - The RESET key is used to restart the
system.
B - The RESET key is used to cancel the
previous selections.
C - The RESET key is used to cancel all the
lighted calls.
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23-51-00 AUDIO SWITCHING

CONTENTS
CAPT 3 Position
NORM Position
F/O 3 Position
Self Examination
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AUDIO SWITCHING

The AUDIO SWITCHING selector is used in case of


communication failure on captain or first officer
channels.

CAPT 3 POSITION

In this position, the captain will use the 3rd occupant


ACP.
The 3rd occupant Audio equipment cannot be used.
Note : the message "AUDIO 3 XFRD" is displayed in green
on the ECAM MEMO display

NORM POSITION

This position corresponds to the normal allocation of


the ACPs.

F/O 3 POSITION

In this selector position, the first officer is


switched on the 3rd occupant ACP.
The first officer uses the 3rd occupant ACP.
The 3rd occupant Audio equipement cannot be used.
Note : the message "AUDIO 3 XFRD" is displayed in green
on the ECAM MEMO display.
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AUDIO SWITCHING

SELF EXAMINATION

What happens when CAPT3 position is selected ?


A - The captain uses the 3rd occupant audio
equipment.
B - The 3rd occupant uses the captain audio
equipment.
C - The captain uses the 3rd occupant ACP.
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23-51-00 AUDIO MANAGEMENT UNIT INTERFACES

CONTENTS
ACP-AMU Link
AMU Layout
Volume Control
Self Examination
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ACP-AMU LINK

Three to five identical ACPs can be installed.


They are linked by an ARINC 429 bus to the corresponding
audio cards fitted in the Audio Management Unit.
ACP-AMU link is done by ARINC 429 buses.
Only digital data are exchanged between the AMU and
the ACPs.
There are no audio signals inside the ACPs.

AMU LAYOUT

Various functions such as switching, filtering and


amplification are performed inside the AMU.
The AMU includes several identical audio processing
cards, one for each ACP.

VOLUME CONTROL

The volume control function is achieved by digital


transmission of the knobs position to the AMU.
Volume control is achieved inside the AMU.
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SELF EXAMINATION

Are the audio signals processed inside the ACPs ?


A - Yes
B - No
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23-51-00 COCKPIT LOUDSPEAKER MUTING


CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION

CONTENTS
Muting Circuit
Self Examination
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COCKPIT LOUDSPEAKER MUTING CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION

MUTING CIRCUIT

Each crew station, captain, first officer and 3rd


occupant, is equipped with the direct muting function
managed by the Audio Management Unit.
A muting circuit is provided to avoid acoustic coupling
between the loudspeakers and the microphones.
When a transmission is keyed by any microphone, a
ground signal is delivered to the two loudspeaker
amplifiers. This ground signal decreases the gain and
band-pass of the loudspeaker amplifiers.

Note : This attenuating circuit is not operative with


the Flight Warning Computer (FWC) audio
outputs.
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SELF EXAMINATION

When is the muting circuit operative ?


A - The muting circuit always mutes the
audio output.
B - The muting circuit is operative only
with the hand microphone selection.
C - The muting circuit is operative when any
microphone is keyed to transmit.
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CONTENTS:
HF Transceiver
Radio Management Panels (RMPs)
System Data Acquisition Concentrator (SDAC)
Audio Management Unit (AMU)
Landing Gear and Control Interface Unit (LGCIU)
Centralize and Fault Display System (CFDS)
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HF SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE

HF TRANSCEIVER

The High Frequency (HF) system serves for all


long-distance voice communications between different
aircraft in flight or on the ground, or between the
aircraft and one or several ground stations.
The HF system operates within the frequency range of
2.8 to 23.999 MHz with 1 KHz channels spacing between
channels.
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RMPs AMU

The RMP controls the various operations which are The HF system is linked to the Audio Management Unit
transmitted to the transceiver by a numeric message for connection to the audio integrating and SELective
in compliance with ARINC 429. CALling (SELCAL) system.
This message can be received by the port A or the port The Audio Control Panels (ACPs) are used for HF
B of the transceiver. The RMP performs the selection transmission or reception selection mode and control
by a discrete. of the received audio signal levels through the AMU.
The message can be made up of a one word of 32 bits
or two words of 32 bits for the 100 Hz spacing or CW LGCIU
mode. A microprocessor performs the decoding of the
frequency and mode ( AM or USB ). The Landing Gear Control and Interface Unit indicates
The microprocessor, inside the HF transceiver, checks the flight or ground status of the aircraft.
the message from the Radio Management Panel and This information is used by the HF BITE, in order to
controls the system operation. In case of failure it count the flight legs in case of CFDIU failure.
controls the illumination of the lights located on the
face of the transceiver and is recorded in the BITE CFDS
memory.
For maintenance purposes, Built In Test Equipment is
SDAC integrated in the HF transceiver.
The BITE functions of the HF transceiver are monitored
The connection between the HF transceiver and the by the Centralized Fault Display System.
System Data Acquisition Concentrator ( SDAC ) enables
the use of the HF system in transmission mode to be
recorded .
The connection is obtained through the PTT switch.
In case of continuous emitting during more than one
minute, the ECAM displays in amber:
COM: HF 1 EMITTING
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CONTENTS:
Purpose
Principle
Components
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VHF SYSTEM PRESENTATION

PURPOSE

The VHF system allows short distance voice


communications between different aircraft (in flight
or on ground) or between the aircraft and a ground
station.
The VHF is used for short range voice communications.

PRINCIPLE

For voice communications, the crew uses acoustic


equipment.
- side-stick radio selectors,
- loudspeakers,
- oxygen-masks,
- boomsets,
- headsets,
- hand-microphones.
The Audio Management Unit (AMU) acts as an interface
between the crew and the VHF system.
The Audio Control Panels (ACPs) allow selection of the
VHF1,VHF2, or VHF3 transceiver in transmission or
reception mode and for the control of the received
audio signal.
The Radio Management Panels (RMPs) serve to select the
VHF frequencies.
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The VHF transceiver, tuned on the frequency selected


by one of the 3 Radio Management Panels (RMPs),
transforms the audio signals into VHF signals (in
transmission mode) or VHF signals into audio signals
(in reception mode).
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COMPONENTS

Lets see the main components of the VHF system.


The VHF system comprises:
- 3 VHF transceivers (1),
- 3 blade antennae,
associated with control systems:
- 3 RMPs (2),
- 3 ACPs (2),
- 1 AMU (1).

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CONTENTS:
VHF Tranceiver
RMPs
SDAC
Audio Management Unit (AMU)
Landing Gear and Control Interface Unit (LGCIU)
CFDS
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VHF SYSTEM DESCRIPTION/OPERATION

VHF TRANCEIVER AMU

The Very High Frequency system serves for all The VHF system is linked to the Audio Management Unit
short-range voice communications between different for connection to the audio integrating and SELective
aircraft in flight or between the aircraft and ground CALling (SELCAL) systems.
stations. The Audio Control Panels (ACPs) are used for VHF
The VHF system operates within the frequency range of transmission or reception selection mode and control
118.00 to 136.975 MHz. of the received audio signal levels through the AMU.

RMPs LGCIU

The RMPs are used for VHF frequency control and The Landing Gear Control and Interface Unit indicates
display. the flight or ground aircraft status. This information
The VHF transceiver has 2 serial input ports : Serial is used by the VHF BITE, in order to count the flight
input port A for normal use and serial input port B legs in case of CFDIU failure.
in case of an RMP failure.
The port selection is done through the port selection CFDS
information signal.
The selected frequency information sent to the VHF For maintenance purposes, a Built In Test Equipment
system is a serial 32-bit word. is integrated in the VHF transceiver.
The VHF requires one serial 32-bit word for complete The BITE functions of the VHF transceiver are monitored
tuning data. by the Centralized Fault Display System.

SDAC

The SDAC acquires the VHF Push To Talk signal and


provides this information to the ECAM and the DFDRs.
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In case of continuous emitting, the ECAM displays :


COM: VHF 1 CONT EMITTING
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CONTENTS:
SELCAL Philosophy
SELCAL Operation
Self Examination
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SELCAL PHILOSOPHY

The selective calling system provides visual and aural


indication of calls received from ground stations
equipped with a coding device.
The ground station tone generator provides the assigned
aircraft code which modulates a VHF (or an HF)
transmitter.
In order to receive the SELCAL CALL, the same frequency
as on the ground must be activated in the aircraft.
SELCAL: SELective CALling system
This function is integrated in the AMU. The A/C code
can be set on the SELCAL code panel fitted in the
avionics bay.

SELCAL OPERATION

When a selcal call is received, the CALL light flashes


amber on the corresponding transmission key and a
buzzer sound is heard.
The buzzer signal is generated by the Flight Warning
Computer (FWC).
CALL flashes amber on all the ACPs when a selcal call
is received.
The CALL indication can be manually cleared by pressing
the RESET key on any ACP or it can be automatically
cleared upon transmission on the called channel.
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SELF EXAMINATION

How is the SELCAL CALL light reset?


A - By pressing the transmission key on the
ACP.
B - By pressing the CLR pushbutton.
C - By pressing the RESET key on any ACP.
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D/O

CONTENTS:
General
SELCAL Operation
Ground Call
Attendant Call
Self Examination
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SELCAL AND COCKPIT CALL SYSTEM D/O

GENERAL

The SELCAL and CALL functions are performed in the


Audio Management Unit (AMU) by the SELCAL/CALL card.
This card receives SELCAL calls from the ground
stations via the communication channels, a SELCAL code
from the SELCAL code panel, CALLs from the ground crew
and the attendant stations and provides visual and
aural warnings.

SELCAL OPERATION

The SELCAL/CALL card has 7 inputs connected to the


communication receiver SELCAL outputs. These inputs
are permanently scanned, and when a SELCAL signal is
present, a comparison is made with the code programmed
on the SELCAL code panel.
When the 2 codes agree, a message is sent to the various
ACPs, via the corresponding audio cards.
On the ACPs, the CALL light, corresponding to the
communication channel used, flashes amber.
At the same time, data is sent to the flight warning
computers (FWC). The FWCs send an audio call buzzer
to the loudspeakers.
The Call is cancelled using the RESET key on one ACP,
or selecting the called channel and activating the
PTT.
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GROUND CALL ATTENDANT CALL

Two types of calls may be received by the SELCAL/CALL When a call is made from a cabin attendant station,
card : the cabin intercommunication data system (CIDS)
- ground call and, generates ground information to the SELCAL/CALL card
- cabin attendant call. and to the FWC.
When the cockpit call pushbutton, located on the During one second, the FWC activates the buzzer signal
external power control panel, is pressed, ground through the loudspeakers.
information is sent to the SELCAL/CALL card and to the The SELCAL/CALL card sends a signal through the various
FWC. audio cards to the ACPs.
The FWC activates the buzzer signal through the The ATT legend flashes for 60 seconds on the ACPs.
loudspeakers. The visual call is automatically cancelled and the
The SELCAL card sends a signal through the various circuit reinitialized after 60 seconds or when the
audio cards to the ACPs. RESET pushbutton is pressed in, on any ACP.
The MECH legend flashes amber for 60 seconds on the Information is also sent to the CIDS for
ACPs. reinitialization.
The visual call is automatically cancelled and the The automatic reset may be cancelled with the AMU pin
circuit reinitialized after 60 seconds or when the programming.
RESET pushbutton is pressed in, on any ACP.
The automatic reset may be cancelled with the AMU pin
programming.
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SELF EXAMINATION

How is a SELCAL call indicated in the cockpit ?


A - by visual warning on one ACP.
B - by visual warning on all the ACPs and an
aural buzzer.
C - by visual warning on all the ACPs.
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23-51-00 FLIGHT INTERPHONE SYSTEM


OPERATION

CONTENTS
INT Selection
RAD Selection
INT Key and Knob
Self Examination
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FLIGHT INTERPHONE SYSTEM OPERATION

INT SELECTION INT KEY and KNOB

The INT position of the INT/RAD selector switch enables The flight interphone can also be used like a VHF
permanent use of the flight interphone without any transceiver. Selection of the INT transmission key
further action and whatever the radio key selected lights the green bars, indicating that the flight
(Here VHF 1). interphone is ready to operate.
This is a stable position. Pressing and releasing the INT reception knob enables
adjustment of the interphone level. If done, the knob
NOTE : The radio function has priority over the flight comes on white.
interphone function. Placing and holding the INT/RAD switch in RAD position
So, even with the INT/RAD switch in INT enables the operator to talk through the flight
position, the flight interphone is momentarily interphone system.
cut during a radio emission ( Radio key selected
and hand microphone or side-stick Push To Talk
actuated).

RAD SELECTION

The RAD position of the INT/RAD selector switch puts


the preselected channel in
emission (Here VHF 1).
This is an unstable position.
This position acts like the selection of the hand
microphone pushbutton or like the Push To Talk
pushbutton of the side-stick.
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FLIGHT INTERPHONE SYSTEM OPERATION

SELF EXAMINATION

Which action must be performed to talk through the


flight interphone system ?
A - Pressing the INT transmission key and
with the INT/RAD selector switch to
neutral position.
B - Either setting the INT/RAD selector to
INT, or pressing the INT transmission
key and setting the INT/RAD selector
switch to RAD.
C - Pressing any radio transmission key and
INT transmission key together.
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23-10-00 RADIO COMMUNICATION OPERATION

CONTENTS:
Frequency Selection
Transmission Mode
Reception Mode
Operation
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RADIO COMMUNICATION OPERATION

FREQUENCY SELECTION RECEPTION MODE

On the Radio Management Panel (RMP), when the ON/OFF On the Audio Control Panel, the reception knob allows
switch is set to ON position, two frequencies connection of the headset to the transceiver reception.
previously selected appear in the windows. To select a receiver, the corresponding reception knob
To select a new frequency in a different system, the must be released out. The reception knob comes on
corresponding key must be pressed in on the RMP. The white.
associated green light comes on. To adjust the reception level, the selected reception
The desired frequency can be selected in the STBY/CRS knob must be turned.
window using the dual selector knob. The communication can now be established.
Pressing the transfer pushbutton, activates the
frequency and displays it in the active window, whereas OPERATION
the previous active frequency becomes stand-by.
When the PTT switch is pressed in, the hand mike is
TRANSMISSION MODE connected and the VHF1 transceiver transmits.
The boomset mike is connected when a PTT is pressed
To connect the transmission line to the chosen in on the ACP or on the Side Stick.
transmitter, the corresponding transmission key must On the ACP, several reception knobs can be selected
be pressed in on the Audio Control Panel (ACP). simultaneously.
Only one transceiver can be selected at a time. If the reception knob is pressed in again, the receiver
This selection can be disabled when : is disconnected and the white light goes off.
- the transmission key, previously selected, is
pressed in again.
- another transmitter is selected.
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23-42-00 GROUND CREW CALL SYSTEM


PRESENTATION AND OPERATION

CONTENTS:
Ground Mechanic to Flight Crew Call
Flight Crew to Ground Mechanic Call
Self Examination
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GROUND CREW CALL SYSTEM PRESENTATION AND OPERATION

The ground crew call system enables flight crew to


ground mechanic or ground mechanic to flight crew
calls.

GROUND MECHANIC TO FLIGHT CREW CALL

When the COCKPIT CALL pushbutton is pressed in on


panel 108VU, the MECH light flashes amber on all
ACPs and a buzzer is heard.
An action on the RESET key of any ACP will make all
the MECH lights go off.

NOTE: MECH lights go off automatically after 60 seconds


if the call is not cancelled by the RESET key.

FLIGHT CREW TO GROUND MECHANIC CALL

The horn sounds in the nosewheel well as long as the


MECH pushbutton is pressed in on the cockpit CALLS
panel, and the COCKPIT CALL blue light on panel 108VU
stays on.
The RESET pushbutton on panel 108VU makes the COCKPIT
CALL blue light go off.
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SELF EXAMINATION

How is a ground mechanic to flight crew call


indicated in the cockpit?
A - An ECAM message is displayed and a
buzzer sounds.
B - The MECH light flashes on the captain
ACP and a buzzer sounds.
C - The MECH light flashes on all ACPs and a
buzzer sounds.
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23-60-00 STATIC DISCHARGING

CONTENTS:
Purpose
Localization of the Static Dischargers
Static Dischargers Installation
Self Examination
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STATIC DISCHARGING

PURPOSE

The aircraft behaves like a Faraday cage and should


be discharged.
The static dischargers avoid static electricity
discharging noise and ensure a good quality of radio
transmission, without interference.
The purpose of the static dischargers is:
- to discharge the static electricity accumulated
by the aircraft during its flight.
- to provide better intelligibility on the HF
and VHF system (avoid static electricity
discharge noise).
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STATIC DISCHARGING

LOCALIZATION OF THE STATIC DISCHARGERS

The disposition of the static dischargers ensures


dispatch of the static electricity.
There are located around the aircraft extremities as
follow :
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STATIC DISCHARGING

STATIC DISCHARGERS INSTALLATION

If the aircraft has been struck by lightning the static


dischargers are the first elements destroyed and they
can be easily replaced.
Two kinds of static dischargers are fitted, depending
on their localization on the aircraft.
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What is the purpose of the static dischargers?


A - Its to avoid lightning.
B - Its to discharge static electricity.
C - Its to control the electricity charged
on the aircraft.
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23-10-00 SPEECH COMMUNICATION WARNINGS

CONTENTS
VHF1 (2) (3) EMITTING
HF1 (2) (OPTION)
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VHF1 (2)(3) EMITTING

When a VHF transceiver emits for more than 60 seconds,


the master caution light comes on amber, the single
chime sounds and a message appears on the upper ECAM
display unit.
The warning is inhibited during flight phases 3, 4,
5, 7 and 8.
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HF1 (2) EMITTING (OPTION)

When an HF transceiver, if installed, emits for more


than 60 seconds, the master caution light comes on
amber, the single chime sounds and a message appears
on the upper ECAM display unit.
The warning is inhibited during flight phases 3, 4,
5, 7 and 8.
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23-00-00 SPEECH COMMUNICATION COMPONENTS

CONTENTS:
VHF Transceivers
VHF Antenna
Radio Management Panel
Audio Control Panel
Audio Management Unit
Selcal Code Panel
HF Transceiver (optional)
HF Coupler (optional)
HF Antenna (optional)
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VHF TRANSCEIVERS VHF ANTENNA

IDENTIFICATION IDENTIFICATION
FIN : 1RC1, 1RC2, 1RC3 FIN : 4RC1, 4RC2, 4RC3

LOCATION LOCATION
ZONE : 127, 128, 127 ZONE : 224, 154, 254

COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
Depending on company choice, 4 different VHF
transceivers are available.
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RADIO MANAGEMENT PANEL AUDIO CONTROL PANEL

IDENTIFICATION IDENTIFICATION
FIN : 1RG1, 1RG2, 1RG3 FIN : 2RN1, 2RN2, 2RN3

LOCATION LOCATION
ZONE : 211 ZONE : 211
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AUDIO MANAGEMENT UNIT SELCAL CODE PANEL

IDENTIFICATION IDENTIFICATION
FIN : 1RN FIN : 3RN

LOCATION LOCATION
ZONE : 127 ZONE : 127
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HF TRANSCEIVER (OPTIONAL)

IDENTIFICATION
FIN : 3RE1, 3RE2

LOCATION
ZONE : 127, 128
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HF COUPLER (OPTIONAL)

IDENTIFICATION
FIN : 4RE1, 4RE2

LOCATION
ZONE : 261, 262
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HF ANTENNA (OPTIONAL)

IDENTIFICATION
FIN : 5RE

LOCATION
ZONE : 322

NOTE: Both HF couplers 1 and 2, if intalled, are


connected to this common antenna. Only one system
can transmit at a time.
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23-28-00 MCS SATCOM PRESENTATION

CONTENTS:
Introduction
Space Segment
Ground Earth Station (GES)
Aircraft Earth Station (AES)
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INTRODUCTION - The other is American Mobile Satellite


Consortium (AMSC) system and Telesat Mobile
The Multichannel Aviation Satellite Communications Inc.(TMI), which provides satellite coverage
System (MCS SATCOM) is a worldwide mobile for North America.
communications system providing continuous VOICE and The satellites operated by both AMSC and TMI back each
DATA COMMUNICATION SERVICES to and from the Aircraft. other up.

In addition to the Airborne Avionics (referred to as The communications systems of either AMSC or TMI
an Aircraft Earth Station), the total MCS SATCOM system support public, private radio and data networks.
consists of the Space Segment (satellite network),
Ground Earth Stations (GESs) and Public as well as GROUND EARTH STATION (GES)
Private Voice and Data terrestrial telecommunication
networks. Each GES has the necessary equipment to communicate
with terrestrial networks and communicate through
SPACE SEGMENT satellites with the Aircraft.

The space segment comprises satellites in The GESs are designed to provide the Airline customer
geosynchronous orbits, providing air-ground with a diverse routing of national and international
packet-switched data services and voice communications voice and data communications via submarine cable,
using conventions and capabilities which are satellite and microwave links to all destinations.
standardized worldwide.
Automatic traffic management systems ensure efficient
The satellites function as communication transponders routing of communications using optimum links into
to support L-band links to and from the Aircraft and Public Switched Telephone Networks (PSTN) and avoiding
provide links to and from GESs. multiple satellite connections whenever possible.

There are two space segment providers for Airline The GESs are strategically placed globally to provide
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Aeronautical Satellite Communications: redundancy and diversity in the terrestrial extension


- The first is the INternational MARitime of communications.
SATellite organization (INMARSAT), whose
system is in place today to provide worldwide The aircraft will be connected to a GES via an "in-view"
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AIRCRAFT EARTH STATION (AES)

The AES comprises the avionics and antenna subsystems,


whose primary function is to interface with the space
segment for communications with the GESs.

The AES accepts data and voice messages from various


sources, encodes and modulates this information onto
appropriate radio frequency carriers to be relayed by
satellite to GESs.

Standard interfaces include the ATSU, IRS, Laptop


Computer, MCDUs and Cabin Telecommunication Unit
(CTU), for passenger telephone.

Channels are also provided for voice and data


communications with the Air Traffic Control (ATC).
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CONTENTS:
MCS SATCOM Presentation
Satellite Data Unit
High Power Amplifier
Beam Steering Unit
BITE
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MCS SATCOM PRESENTATION - performs coding/decoding functions,


- defines system protocols,
The MCS SATCOM supports DATA and VOICE communications - provides other system interfacing.
at a rate from 600 bits per second to 21 Kbits per The SDU is connected to:
second.
- the ADIRS to provide the Beam Steering Unit
The MCS SATCOM comprises:
(BSU) with relative azimuth and relative
- the Satellite Data Unit (SDU), elevation so that the High Gain Antenna (HGA)
- the High Power Amplifier (HPA). can directly be pointed at the satellite for
The SDU provides all essential services required to optimum reception and transmission,
accomodate effective air/ground communications, via - the CFDIU for BITE,
satellite, using the antenna and related RF components.
- the ATSU when the VHF link with ground station
The SDU manages the RF link protocols on the satellite
is not possible,
side and provides the appropriate interface with
- the Laptop computer for data loading.
communication management avionics.
The RF signal is sent to the HPA through an attenuator
The HPA boosts the signal to be transmitted to the
and received from the Diplexer/Low Noise Amplifier
satellite.
(D/LNA).
L-band transmission frequency: from 1.6255 GHz to
SATELLITE DATA UNIT
1.6605 GHz
L-band reception frequency: from 1.530 GHz to 1.559
The SDU is the main processing element of the MCS
GHz.
SATCOM avionics and provides Aircraft Earth Station
(AES) control and monitoring.
HIGH POWER AMPLIFIER
The SDU contains a maximum of 6 channels, 1 for
management data and 5 for user voice and data, capable
The HPA is only used for signal transmission and
of providing simultaneous full duplex operation.
amplifies the SDU generated L-band signal to a power
level required for proper transmission to the
Depending on customer requests, these channels
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satellite. The power level is permanently adjusted in


support:
order to minimize the satellite power consumption.
- cabin voice/data communications, The linear HPA provides the required average output
- cockpit voice communications, power, 60 watts per channel, while passing multiple
- flight related data. signals without generating excessive
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- controls timing functions, activation depending on the satellite position.
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BEAM STEERING UNIT

The BSU receives commands from the SDU and converts


them in order to control an electronic antenna to point
its beam at the satellite.

BITE

The SDU is interfaced with the CFDIU for BITE purposes


via an ARINC 429 bus.
The HPA and BSU can be tested through the SDU via ARINC
429 buses. They also provide HGA and D/LNA status.
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Satellite Data Unit
High Power Amplifier
Diplexer/low Noise Amplifier
Beam Steering Unit
High Gain Antenna
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SATELLITE DATA UNIT

IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 5RV1

LOCATION
ZONE: 160

COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
The face of the SDU features:
- two red SDU FAIL and SYSTEM LRU FAIL Light
Emitting Diodes (LEDs),
- a 20-character display capable of displaying
alpha-numeric characters,
- two momentary action pushbutton switches:
- SDU TEST for SDU testing; the result is
displayed on the LEDs,
- CM/SCROLL for alpha-numerical display
scrolling,
- a plug for in situ data loading.
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HIGH POWER AMPLIFIER

IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 7RV1

LOCATION
ZONE: 160

COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
The face of the HPA features:
- a PUSH TO TEST pushbutton switch,
- a red FAIL LED,
- a green PASS LED,
- a plug for in situ data loading.
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DIPLEXER/LOW NOISE AMPLIFIER

IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 19RV1

LOCATION
ZONE: 250

COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
The D/LNA features:
on the front side:
- a J1 connector for connection with the SDU,
- a J2 connector for connection with the BSU,
- a J3 connector for connection with the High
Power Amplifier.
on the back side:
- a J4 connector for connection with the BSU.
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BEAM STEERING UNIT

IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 8RV1

LOCATION
ZONE: 160

COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
This BSU can be provided for a top mounted antenna
management.
The BSU front face features four red LEDs and one green
LED to indicate, while in either operational or
diagnostic mode, a failure in the operational integrity
of the BSU power status.
LEDs will remain on until corrective action is
performed.
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HIGH GAIN ANTENNA

IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 16RV

LOCATION
ZONE: 250

COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
The top mounted High Gain Antenna is mounted with an
adapter plate on the fuselage. It is equipped with a
J1 connector for connection with the BSU and a J2
connector for connection with the D/LNA.
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High Power Amplifier
Beam Steering Unit
BITE
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- defines system protocols,
The MCS SATCOM supports DATA and VOICE communications - provides other system interfacing.
at a rate from 600 bits per second to 21 Kbits per The SDU is connected to:
second.
- the ADIRS to provide the Beam Steering Unit
The MCS SATCOM comprises:
(BSU) with relative azimuth and relative
- the Satellite Data Unit (SDU), elevation so that the High Gain Antenna (HGA)
- the High Power Amplifier (HPA). can directly be pointed at the satellite for
The SDU provides all essential services required to optimum reception and transmission,
accomodate effective air/ground communications, via - the CFDIU for BITE,
satellite, using the antenna and related RF components.
- the ATSU when the VHF link with ground station
The SDU manages the RF link protocols on the satellite
is not possible,
side and provides the appropriate interface with
- the Laptop computer for data loading.
communication management avionics.
The RF signal is sent to the HPA through an attenuator
The HPA boosts the signal to be transmitted to the
and received from the Diplexer/Low Noise Amplifier
satellite.
(D/LNA).
L-band transmission frequency: from 1.6255 GHz to
SATELLITE DATA UNIT
1.6605 GHz
L-band reception frequency: from 1.530 GHz to 1.559
The SDU is the main processing element of the MCS
GHz.
SATCOM avionics and provides Aircraft Earth Station
(AES) control and monitoring.
HIGH POWER AMPLIFIER
The SDU contains a maximum of 6 channels, 1 for
management data and 5 for user voice and data, capable
The HPA is only used for signal transmission and
of providing simultaneous full duplex operation.
amplifies the SDU generated L-band signal to a power
level required for proper transmission to the
Depending on customer requests, these channels
TMU23SD02-T01 LEVEL 3

satellite. The power level is permanently adjusted in


support:
order to minimize the satellite power consumption.
- cabin voice/data communications, The linear HPA provides the required average output
- cockpit voice communications, power, 60 watts per channel, while passing multiple
- flight related data. signals without generating excessive
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The SDU: intermodulations. The HPA also monitors the BSU


- controls timing functions, activation depending on the satellite position.
- performs voice and data digitalizing,

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BEAM STEERING UNIT

The BSU receives commands from the SDU and converts


them in order to control an electronic antenna to point
its beam at the satellite.

BITE

The SDU is interfaced with the CFDIU for BITE purposes


via an ARINC 429 bus.
The HPA and BSU can be tested through the SDU via ARINC
429 buses. They also provide HGA and D/LNA status.
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High Power Amplifier
Diplexer/low Noise Amplifier
Beam Steering Unit
High Gain Antenna
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SATELLITE DATA UNIT

IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 5RV1

LOCATION
ZONE: 160

COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
A plug is provided on the front face of the SDU for
in situ data loading.
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IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 7RV1

LOCATION
ZONE: 160
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IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 19RV1

LOCATION
ZONE: 250

COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
The D/LNA features:
on the front side:
- a J1 connector for connection with the SDU,
- a J2 connector for connection with the BSU,
- a J3 connector for connection with the High
Power Amplifier.
on the back side:
- a J4 connector for connection with the BSU.
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BEAM STEERING UNIT

IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 8RV1

LOCATION
ZONE: 160

COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
This BSU can be provided for a top mounted antenna
management.
The BSU front face features four red LEDs and one green
LED to indicate, while in either operational or
diagnostic mode, a failure in the operational integrity
of the BSU power status.
LEDs will remain on until corrective action is
performed.
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IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 16RV

LOCATION
ZONE: 250

COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
The top mounted High Gain Antenna is mounted with an
adapter plate on the fuselage. It is equipped with a
J1 connector for connection with the BSU and a J2
connector for connection with the D/LNA.
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23-71-00 COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER SYSTEM


PRESENTATION

CONTENTS:
General
Components
Recorder Panel
Self Examination
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GENERAL

The Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) records the last 30


minutes of crew conversations and communications.
It records automatically in flight and on ground when
at least one engine is running and for 5 minutes after
the last engine is shut down.
The CVR can also operate in manual mode on the ground.

COMPONENTS

The components of the Cockpit Voice Recorder system


are:
- The Cockpit Voice Recorder, located in the aft
section of the aircraft.
- The CVR microphone, used for recording the
direct conversations between crew members in
the cockpit and all aural warnings.
It is located at the bottom of the overhead
panel.
- The recorder (RCDR) panel, providing CVR
controls for manual operation, test and erasure
of the recording.
It is located on panel 21VU on the overhead
panel.
- The CVR HEADSET jack mounted on the cockpit
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RECORDER PANEL

GROUND CONTROL
The CVR is automatically energized in flight and on
ground when at least one engine is running and for 5
minutes after the last engine is shut down.
For manual control, on the ground, the CVR has to be
energized by pressing the ground control (GND CTL)
pushbutton on the recorder (RCDR) panel.

CVR TEST
When the CVR TEST pushbutton is pressed, either on
ground or in flight, a test tone is generated 4 times
for approximately 0.8 seconds.
A headset connected to the CVR HEADSET jack mounted
on the cockpit maintenance panel enables monitoring.

CVR ERASE
The CVR ERASE pushbutton is used for manual erasure
of the recording, only on ground with parking brake
applied.
It must be pressed for at least 2 seconds.
For complete manual erasure of the recording, the CVR
has to be energized.
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SELF EXAMINATION

What is the purpose of the CVR ?


A - To record radio communications during
take off and landing.
B - To record crew conversations as soon as
an incident occurs.
C - To record crew conversations and
communications.
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CONTENTS
Normal Mode
Erase Mode
Test Mode
FAA/CAA Option
Self Examination
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NORMAL MODE TEST MODE

In normal mode, the cockpit voice recorder records, The CVR TEST is initiated by pressing the CVR TEST
on four independent channels, the audio signals from pushbutton on the RCDR panel.
the captain, first officer and 3rd occupant via the A 600 HZ test tone is applied sequentially during 0.8s
Audio Management Unit (AMU). Channel 4 records the to each of the four tracks.
ambient noise picked up by the area microphone and fed Provided the aircraft is on ground, the signal should
via a pre-amplifier to the CVR. be heard through the headsets. The signal should also
be heard through the loudspeakers if the R and L main
ERASE MODE landing gear shock absorbers are compressed and the
parking brake is applied.
The Recorder ERASE pushbutton must be pressed in for
a minimum of two seconds to prevent inadvertent NOTE: Prior to this test, the CVR must be energized
erasure. by pressing the GND CTL pushbutton with the
The erase head erases the previously recorded engines not running.
information on all 4 channels simultaneously, before
a new recording is made.
ERASE is only possible, aircraft on the ground, R and
L main landing gear shock absorbers compressed and
parking brake applied.

NOTE: If the engines are shut down, the CVR must first
be energized by pressing the GND CTL pushbutton
on the RCDR panel.
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FAA/CAA OPTION

A jumper strap fitted on the AMU enables FAA/CAA


recording selection.
In FAA mode, only communications sent out by the crew
members are recorded. This is obtained by recording
of side tone signal : Audio output.
In CAA mode, the Captain, First Officer, and Third
Occupant microphones are "HOT" (PTT not activated) at
all times for voice/noise pick-up to reinforce the
sounds picked-up by the area mike.
However, in CAA mode, as in FAA mode, the signal
received in the crews earphones is recorded on the
CVR.
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SELF EXAMINATION

A/C on ground and engines shutdown, what are the


conditions to erase the CVR recordings ?
A - Press the CVR ERASE pushbutton for 10
seconds.
B - Press the GND CTL pushbutton, make sure
that parking brake is applied and press
the CVR ERASE pushbutton for 2 seconds.
C - Start at least one engine and press on
the GND CTL pushbutton for 2 seconds.
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ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC

CONTENTS:
In Flight
On Ground
Manual Mode
Self Examination
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IN FLIGHT

The CVR is automatically supplied when the aircraft


is in flight with engines running or stopped.
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ON GROUND

The CVR is automatically supplied when the aircraft


is on ground with one or both engines running.
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The CVR continues running up to five minutes after 2nd


engine shutdown.
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Five minutes after the second engine shutdown, the


supply of the CVR is automatically cut off.
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MANUAL MODE

On ground, engines shut down, the cockpit voice


recorder may be energized by pressing the GND/CTL
pushbutton on the RCDR panel.
The GND/CTL pushbutton is a momentary type switch.
When RCDR/GND CTL pushbutton is pressed, relay 12 TU
is energized and held energized. This also energizes
the relay 6 RK which enables the CVR to be supplied.
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Then released, the relays 12 TU and 6 RK remain


energized but in addition the relay 13 TU is energized.
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Pressed again, the supplies of the relay 12 TU and 6


RK are cut off simultaneously, the blue ON light goes
off and the CVR is no longer supplied.
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If one engine is started, the CVR is automatically


supplied.
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SELF EXAMINATION

When is the CVR energized with the aircraft on


ground and engines shut down ?
A - When the parking brake is applied.
B - During 5 minutes after the second engine
is shut down.
C - When CVR TEST pushbutton is pressed.
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CONTENTS:
Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR)
RCDR Panel
CVR Head Set Jack
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COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER (CVR)

IDENTIFICATION
FIN : 1RK

LOCATION
ZONE : 312
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RCDR PANEL CVR HEAD SET JACK

IDENTIFICATION IDENTIFICATION
FIN : 11TU, 3RK, 5RK FIN : 22RK

LOCATION LOCATION
ZONE : 211 ZONE : 210
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23-73-00 CABIN INTERCOMMUNICATION DATA


SYSTEM DESIGN PHILOSOPHY

CONTENTS:
General
Principle
Passengers Functions
Crew Functions
Cabin Systems Functions
Monitoring And Test Functions
Aircraft Systems Functions
Cockpit Controls And Indicating
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GENERAL PASSENGER FUNCTIONS

Changing market demands require flexibility in - general cabin illumination control,


customized cabin layouts and optional cabin systems. - passenger address,
With the Cabin Intercommunication Data System (CIDS), - passenger call,
the operator is able to change the cabin layout without - passenger lighted signs,
hardware changes (e.g. cabin loudspeakers, - passenger reading light switching.
PAX-equipment ...).
This can be simply done by entering, on board, new CREW FUNCTIONS
cabin parameters in the software.
The CIDS is a microprocessor based system. It monitors, - cabin and flight crew interphone,
tests, operates and provides control and monitoring - service interphone,
of the cabin functions. - emergency evacuation signalling.

PRINCIPLE CABIN SYSTEMS FUNCTIONS

To manage various functions, the CIDS has a central - boarding music,


unit, the CIDS DIRECTOR. It is linked to the Forward - pre-recorded announcement,
Attendant Panel (FAP) for control and monitoring of - lavatory smoke warning,
the cabin functions. - temperature regulated drain mast system,
The Director then communicates, through a bus system, - emergency lighting.
with Decoder Encoder Units (DEUs). The DEUs send (and
receive) information to (and from) the cabin, passenger MONITORING AND TEST FUNCTIONS
and crew systems.
The Director has interfaces to other aircraft systems. - system programming and test,
Through a Programming and Test Panel (PTP) the CIDS - work light test,
can be programmed to customer demand. - escape slide bottle pressure monitoring,
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The PTP is also used to test the entire CIDS. - reading lights test,
- extended emergency lighting test.
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AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS FUNCTIONS

- interface with aircraft systems:


e.g. FWC, LGCIU, PRAM, SFCC, etc...

COCKPIT CONTROLS AND INDICATING

- call panel,
- evac panel,
- NS/FSB panel,
- PA handset,
- service interphone.
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SYSTEM PRESENTATION

CONTENTS:
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Directors
Type A Decoder Encoder Units
Type B Decoder Encoder Units
Forward Attendant Panel
Programming and Test Panel
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GENERAL TYPE A DECODER ENCODER UNITS

The CIDS consists of the following components: The type A DEUs provide the interface between the
- the Directors including ON Board Replaceable directors and the passenger related systems.
Memories (OBRM),
- the Programming and Test Panel (PTP) including TYPE B DECODER ENCODER UNITS
Cabin Assignment Module (CAM),
- the Forward Attendant Panel (FAP), The type B DEUs provide the interface between the
directors and the attendant and cabin related systems.
- the Additional Attendant Panels,
- the Type A Decoder Encoder Units (DEUs A),
FORWARD ATTENDANT PANEL
- the Type B Decoder Encoder Units (DEUs B),
- Cockpit equipment, The Forward Attendant Panel (FAP) is installed at the
- Cabin equipment. forward attendant station.
From the FAP, the various cabin systems can be
DIRECTORS controlled and monitored.

For redundancy, two directors are installed. PROGRAMMING AND TEST PANEL
In normal operation of the CIDS, director 2 is in hot
stand-by. The Programming and Test Panel (PTP) is installed at
Both directors receive the same inputs and perform the the forward attendant station next to the FAP.
same computations. The outputs of the director in hot The PTP contains the Cabin Assignment Module (CAM)
stand-by are disabled. which is used to store all information for the actual
The directors are connected through two CIDS busses cabin layout.
to the type A and type B DEUs to carry the various
data to the cabin equipment.
The FAP, PTP and other systems are connected directly
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to the directors basically for control, indication and


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CONTENTS:
DEU A
DEU B
Self Examination
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DEU A LOUDSPEAKERS
The loudspeakers are installed in the Passenger Service
Twenty six type A Decoder Encoder Units (DEUs) are Unit (PSU), in each lavatory and close to the attendant
installed above the windows in the cabin ceiling and station.
close to the center ceiling for the DEUs in the entrance They are all identical and are used for:
area. - Passenger address announcements,
The type A DEUs are connected to the directors via a - Call chimes (optional).
top-line data bus (i.e. : two wire twisted and shielded
cable). PASSENGER CALL
A broken wire in one top-line bus will only affect the Pushbuttons are fitted in the PSU above each seat row
type A DEUs behind the crack on this bus. and in the lavatories.
The type A DEUs of the other top-line bus will work
without disturbance. READING/LIGHT POWER UNIT
One R/L power unit for three reading lights is
PASSENGER SIGNS installed in each Passenger Service Unit (PSU).
The passenger signs include NO SMOKING or the optional
NO ELECTRONIC DEVICE lights, FASTEN SEAT BELT lights,
NON SMOKER ZONE lights and RETURN TO SEAT lights in
the lavatories.
Furthermore, for the PAX call system, the seat row
lights are connected to the type A DEUs.

CABIN LIGHTS
The cabin lights include:
- Entrance area lights,
- Lavatory lights,
- Attendant lights,
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- Reading lights,
- Cabin fluorescent strip lights.
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DEU B EPSUs
The Emergency Power Supply Units (EPSUs) are connected
Basically 4 type B DEUs (max. 6 - Optional) are to type B DEUs for the emergency lighting system test.
installed near the exit doors in the center ceiling.
They are connected to the directors via a middle line DRAIN MAST
data bus. The directors receive signals from the drain mast
There are two supplementary DEU B mounts installed as control unit via type B DEUs.
a provision. If the drain mast heater or the control unit fails the
The fig. on the next page shows a typical Type B DEU CIDS CAUTION light on the FAP comes on.
interface. It may vary with different locations and
with specific airline requirements. ATTND AND PANEL
One Attendant Indication Panel is installed near each
SLIDE PRESSURE SYSTEM (Optional) attendant seat for message purposes.
The directors receive signals from the bottle pressure
sensors via type B DEUs. AREA CALL PANEL
If the pressure is low, the CIDS CAUTION light on the One basic and one optional ACP can be connected to
FAP comes on. each DEU B.

DOOR PRESSURE SYSTEM (Optional)


The directors receive signals from the bottle pressure
sensors via type B DEUs.
If the pressure is low, the CIDS CAUTION light on the
FAP comes ON.

CREW INTERPHONE SYSTEM


The crew interphone system enables communication
between cockpit crew and cabin attendants and between
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each attendant station.

NOTE: From each attendant station it is possible to


communicate with personnel at the service
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A break in one top line data bus:


A - Disables all DEUs.
B - Affects only type B DEUs.
C - Only affects the type A DEUs behind the
crack on this bus.

The Area Call Panel (ACP) is connected to:


A - The directors directly.
B - The type A DEUs.
C - The type B DEUs.
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23-73-00 CIDS - DIRECTOR


DESCRIPTION/OPERATION

CONTENTS:
General
Functions
Normal Power Supply
Abnormal Power Supply
Bite
Self Examination
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GENERAL

Two identical directors are installed in the avionics


compartment. A memory module, called the onboard
replaceable module (OBRM) is plugged into the front
of the director.
This solid state memory contains part of the
operational software of the director.
E.g.: a simple exchange of the OBRM can provide system
expansion or software updates.
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FUNCTIONS

The director is a central control and interface


component of the cabin intercommunication data system.

The current cabin layout and properties of layout


related equiment are stored in the directors.
The director provides the following functions:
- The handling of six data bus lines,
- the transmission of digitized audio signals,
- the transmission of control data and commands,
- the adaptation of received DEU data,
- the control of other C.I.D.S. functional units,
- the forward attendant panel,
- the programming and test panel,
- the data transfer to the passenger
entertainment system,
- the service interphone system,
- the aft attendant panel via DEU B,
- the interface to cockpit and avionics
compartment,
- the handling of cabin systems related inputs
and outputs,
- the control and interface of other system,
- the realization of programming functions,
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- the realization of test functions,


- the activation of emergency mode with
minimum power consumption.
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NORMAL POWER SUPPLY ABNORMAL POWER SUPPLY

The directors are continuously energized when the If service bus power is unavailable, the following
essential and service busbar are energized. items of equipment are inoperative:
In normal operation, the essential busbar supplies: - the second director,
- the active director, - the non essential D.E.U. circuits,
- all the circuitry in DEU A which is necessary - the P.T.P. and the F.A.P..
for PA operation, The AIPs and the ACPs are also inoperative because
- all the circuitry in DEU B which is necessary they are supplied with service bus power by the type
for PA and interphone. B DEUs.
In normal operation, the service busbar supplies: If a P.A. operation is done, the top line cut-off relay
- the active and the second directors, 106RH is no longer energized, and then the essential
- the remaining non essential circuitry of the busbar supplies the circuitry in type A D.E.U. which
DEUs, is necessary for P.A. operation.
- the programming and test panel, When the essential bus power is unavailable, circuitry
in the directors and D.E.U.s switches the essential
- the forward attendant panel.
circuits to the service busbar. This ensures full
The service busbar also supplies, the area call panels,
C.I.D.S. capabilities exept for emergency mode
the attendant indication panels and the aft attendant
operation.
panel, via DEU B.
If the aircraft loses main power (the service bus and
the essential bus), and the emergency exit lights
switch is set to ARM or ON, all C.I.D.S. units, which
are supplied by essential bus, are switched
automatically to the hot battery bus.
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BITE Type B DEUs are directly supplied from the essential


bus but only for PA and interphone operations.
On C.I.D.S. energization or reset, all director
interfaces are disabled and the directors are Activation of the P.A. system sets the director 1
initialized (self-test). The self-test is repeated internal NAND-gate to 0, which de-energizes the
periodically. It also includes a test of the data bus top-line cut-off relay.
lines. Power from the essential busbar supplies the two
The power connections are arranged such that director essential circuits of type A DEUs.
1 is normally fully active and in control of the CIDS. All bite results are stored in the director bite
Director 2 is normally partially active, in a dedicated memory.
hot-standby mode. Failure indications may be given by the following:
A failure in the initialization process in director 1 - the CIDS caution light,
causes a deactivation of the director 1 hardware and - the ECAM warning page,
a switchover of control to director 2. If the self-test - the ECAM status page,
of director 1 fails, director 2 takes over.
- the PTP display,
At the same time, the power transfer relay is
- the respective MCDU pages.
de-energized. This prepares director 2 to be
The following items of equipment have their own BITE
supplied from the essential bus in abnormal or
functions and send their BITE status to the director:
emergency mode.
The second contact of the relay prepares the control - each DEU,
from director 2 to the top line cut-off relay for the - the Programming and Test Panel,
emergency mode. - the Forward Attendant Panel,
- the connected equipment such as PES.
The directors internal normal power sensing circuits The DEUs are able to test the connected equipment.
are always checking if power is available on the
service bus. If the power fails, the following occurs:
- As long as director 1 is OK, the power transfer
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relay remains energized. Via the closed


contact, director 1 sends a signal to energize
the top line cut-off relay.
With the top line cut-off relay energized the emergency
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the essential busbar is disconnected from all type A
D.E.Us as long as no P.A. announcements are made.

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In normal operation director 1 is supplied by:


A - The DC essential bus.
B - The service bus.
C - The hot battery bus.

What happens if the DC essential bus fails ?


A - Director 1 is lost.
B - The service bus supplies both directors.
C - The DEUs are no longer supplied.

If the self-test of director 1 fails:


A - Director 1 is switched to emergency mode.
B - The top line data buses are switched off.
C - Director 2 takes over automatically.
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23-73-00 CIDS - TYPE A DEU


DESCRIPTION/OPERATION

CONTENTS:
General
Functions
Top Line Data Bus
Coding Switches
CIDS Power Up
Fail Safe Operation
Emergency Functions
Self Examination
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GENERAL NOTE: In the event of mount change it is necessary to


select the same code as used before on the coding
The type A Decoder-Encoder Unit (DEUs) are located in switch.
the left-hand and right-hand sides above the cabin
windows in the ceiling. Each type A DEU is connected CIDS POWER UP
to a CIDS top line data bus. Each data bus uses a two
wire twisted and shielded cable. When the CIDS is powered-up or reset the director
follows a power up routine. This includes the
FUNCTIONS initialization and testing of each DEU and connected
equipment.
Each type A DEU interfaces with : The test results are transmitted to the Director which
- three Passenger Service Units (PSUs) compares them with its programmed data to decide on
- two loudspeakers their status.
- four fluorescent strip lights which are part At least 95% of possible DEU failures are automatically
of the cabin light system. detected.

TOP LINE DATA BUS FAIL SAFE OPERATION

Two top line data buses on each side of the passenger In the event of a data bus failure the DEU maintains
cabin connect the type A DEUs to the directors. the current status of the discrete cabin systems output
A bus termination resistor is located on the last DEU A for a certain time.
mount of each line for impedance matching. After this delay the outputs are switched to a
A broken top line can affect no more than half of the pre-defined fail safe state, that means the four
DEUs installed on one cabin side. fluorescent strip lights come on at full brightness
and all other items go off.
CODING SWITCHES All audio input/outputs are immediately switched off.
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A coding switch on each DEU mount gives each DEU a EMERGENCY FUNCTIONS
unique address. This method enables replacement of
DEUs without selecting their address. All DEUs operate in emergency mode when the DC service
bus is no longer powered. The DEUs are then supplied
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The type A DEU passenger address circuits and type B
DEU interphone circuits remain operational.

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Where are the coding switches located?


A - On the front of each DEU.
B - On each DEU mount.
C - Only on the last DEU mount of each line.

What are the type A DEUs connected to?


A - To the top line data bus.
B - To the mid line data bus.
C - To an ARINC 429 data link.
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23-73-00 CIDS - TYPE B DEU


DESCRIPTION/OPERATION

CONTENTS:
General
Functions
Middle Line Data Bus
Coding Switches
CIDS Power Up
Emergency Functions
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GENERAL CODING SWITCHES

The type B Decoder Encoder Units (DEUs) are located A coding switch in the DEU mount gives each DEU a
in the left-hand and right-hand sides close to the unique address. This method enables replacement of
cabin ceiling. DEUs without selecting their address.
Each type B DEU connects to a middle line data bus.
Each data bus uses a two wire twisted and shielded NOTE: In the event of mount change it is necessary to
cable. select the same code as used before on the coding
switch.
FUNCTIONS
CIDS POWER UP
Each type B DEU interfaces with the following
components and systems: When the CIDS is powered up or reset, the Director
- Aft Attendant Panel, follows a power up routine. This includes the
- Emergency Power Supply Unit, initialization and testing of each DEU and connected
- Slide pressure monitoring, equipment.
The test results are transmitted to the Director which
- Passenger Address/Interphone handset,
compares them with its programmed Data to decide on
- Attendant Indication Panel,
their status.
- Area Call Panels, At least 95% of possible DEU failures are automatically
- Drain Mast Heating Monitoring. detected.

MIDDLE LINE DATA BUS EMERGENCY FUNCTIONS

One middle line data bus on each side of the passenger All DEUs operate in emergency mode when the DC service
cabin connects the type B DEUs to the Directors. bus is no longer powered. The DEUs are then supplied
A bus termination resistor is located on the last from the DC essential bus.
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DEU B mount of each line for impedance matching. The type A DEU Passenger Address circuits and type B
DEU interphone circuits remain operational.
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23-73-00 CIDS - DEU MOUNTS


DESCRIPTION/OPERATION

CONTENTS:
DEU Mounts
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DEU MOUNTS

The mounts for type A and type B DEUs are basically


the same. Due to index pins it is not possible to
install a type A DEU on a type B DEU mount.
The mounts for the type A DEUs have the index pins on
the outer side of the slot and the type B DEUs on the
inner side of the slot.
On each DEU mount there are Address Coding Switches.
In case of a mount change the old code must be selected.
A Bus termination resistor is installed on the last
DEU mount of each line, for impedance matching.

NOTE: A table giving the address code is placed close


to the mount.
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23-73-12 FORWARD ATTENDANT PANEL


PRESENTATION

CONTENTS:
General
Air Conditioning
Cabin Lighting
Audio Panel
Water and Miscellaneous Panel
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GENERAL AUDIO PANEL

The Forward Attendant Panel (FAP) is located at the The audio panel allows centralized control of the
pursers station. With the FAP the various cabin passenger entertainment, boarding music and
systems can be controlled and monitored. It is prerecorded announcements.
connected to the directors and to the type B DEU
(300RH1).
The FAP is composed of four parts:
- the air conditioning panel,
- the light panel,
- the audio panel,
- the water and miscellaneous panel.

AIR CONDITIONING

Optionally, in this part of the FAP, the forward and


aft cabin temperatures are indicated.

CABIN LIGHTING

The cabin light panel comprises control pushbuttons


for the various cabin lights.
There are controls for the entrance areas and the
different cabin sections.
The BRT, DIM1 and DIM2 pushbuttons respectively switch
on the lights at 100%, 50% and 10% intensity.
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In addition, a power switch provides the power for the


lavatory lights, attendant work lights and the
passenger reading lights.
There are also controls for the window lights and the
ceiling lights.
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All pushbuttons, except for MAIN ON and MAIN OFF, have


integral lights for visual indication of the activated
functions.

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WATER AND MISCELLANEOUS PANEL EVAC COMD


The EVAC COMD membrane switch, switches on the
EMERGENCY LIGHT PUSHBUTTON evacuation system. The integral light in the membrane
EMER LIGHT is a red guarded pushbutton, with an switch comes on.
integral light, used to switch the emergency lighting Pushing the membrane switch a second time switches off
system ON and OFF. the evacuation system and the integral light.

LAVATORY SMOKE LIGHT CHIME INHIB


The LAV SMOKE light is used to warn of lavatory smoke. As an option, this membrane switch enables the
A command from the Smoke Detection Control Unit (SDCU) inhibition of a passenger to cabin attendant call
resets the indication only when the smoke has gone. chime.

RESET MEMBRANE SWITCH CALL RESET


When the RESET membrane switch is pressed, in case of As an option, the CALL RESET membrane switch enables
lavatory smoke warning, it resets only the aural and a central reset of passenger calls for all zones.
visual indication in the passenger compartment,
without affecting the LAV SMOKE indication on the FAP. CABIN READY
As an option, this membrane switch is used to indicate
EVAC the "CABIN READY FOR TAKE OFF" status in the cockpit.
The EVAC indicator light is controlled by a discrete
input. PANEL LIGHT TEST
The PNL LIGHT TEST membrane switch is used to switch
on all the FAP lights (bulb check).

CIDS CAUT
The integral light indicates CIDS CAUTIONS.
The CIDS CAUT light is resettable in flight, but comes
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on again on the ground when the landing gear is down


and locked. The light cannot be reset on the ground.
When a CIDS CAUT occurs, the respective failure message
is displayed on the Programming and Test Panel (PTP).
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CONTENTS:
General
Functions
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GENERAL

From the Aft Attendant Panel (AAP), the cabin


attendants can control various cabin systems in the
same way as on the Forward Attendant Panel.
The location and the front face layout vary with the
airline options.
The Aft Attendant Panels (AAPs) are connected to type
B DEUs.

FUNCTIONS

The basic panel comprises:


- the RESET membrane switch,
- the EVAC indicator lamp.
The available options are the same as for the Forward
Attendant Panel.
Optionally the MAIN ON and MAIN OFF membrane switches
can be integrated on the panel.
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PRESENTATION

CONTENTS:
General
Functions
Description
Self Examination
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The Programming and Test Panel (PTP) is located at the The PTP has an alphanumeric display with four rows of
forward attendant station behind a hinged access door. twenty characters. The display is used to present
For selectable programmed functions, the Cabin messages, test results and selection menus.
Assignment Module (CAM) must be plugged in. There are keys at each end of the display rows. There
are labelled on the display with "<" and ">" symbols.
FUNCTIONS There is no power supply switch. The Programming and
Test Panel is automatically supplied if the DC service
The functions of the Programming and Test Panel are bus is supplied. The DISPL ON membrane switch is used
as follow: to switch on the display.
- To monitor the failure status of the CIDS and The display is automatically switched off if the panel
certain connected systems. is not used for 10 minutes.
- To activate CIDS component tests and readout A keypad is provided for entry of numerical data.
of the results. The Programming and Test Panel contains two membrane
- To examine in detail the fault data held in switches and two annunciator lights for testing the
the director BITE memory. emergency light system.
The CAM defines all of the modifiable system properties
- To program the CIDS properties and cabin layout
and layout information for the CIDS. It contains four
information into the CIDS directors, which are
cabin layouts.
downloaded automatically from the CAM.
The CAM contains the cabin layouts 1, 2, 3 and M. In
- To onboard reprogram, the CAM data, the
the basic configuration, only layout 1 is programmed
activation of the provisioned CIDS extra
to the airline request. Only layout M can be modified
functions, the cabin layout, the cabin zoning.
via the PTP.
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Where is the PTP located?


A - On the center pedestal in the cockpit,
B - On the Forward Attendant Station,
C - On the Aft Attendant Station.
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23-73-00 CIDS - ATTENDANT INDICATION


PANEL (AIP) D/O

CONTENTS:
General
Functions
Messages
Bite
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GENERAL MESSAGES

The AIP is a display panel which indicates system The AIP is equipped with a display area provided an
information processed by the Cabin Intercommunication alphanumerical display in two rows, each with 16
Data System (CIDS). characters.
The AIP is installed near all attendant stations which Additionally, pink and green indicator lights are
are equipped with a handset for passenger address and available and used as attention getters.
interphone purposes.
Upper Row
FUNCTIONS The upper row of the display area is used for the
indication of information concerning the cabin and
The AIP provides the following functions: flight crew interphone system.
- Display of handset-related information, The upper row is divided into 3 sections, 2 sections
- Interphone system messages, with 4 characters and one with 8 characters width.
- PA system messages, The outer left section is provided for display of the
handset status information. The middle section is left
- PAX-lighted signs activation information,
blank and will not be used.
- PAX call indication,
The outer right section will display information about
- Miscellaneous information. the desired interphone station or system function.
For special high priority calls, the full width of the
top line of the display will be used.

Lower Row
The lower row of the display indicates system
information which is derived from the CIDS.
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Handset Operation Related Messages (table) Texts displayed in the outer right section of the
The texts displayed for the handset operation are display area indicate the selected function or, if the
derived from the combination of 2 texts displayed in station is called, the designation of the calling
the outer left and right sections. station will be displayed.
The following texts will appear:
The text displayed in the outer left display indicates
the operational status of the associated handset a) PA related messages (see table 2)
station. The following texts (max. 4 characters) can
appear : (see table 1). b) Interphone related messages (see table 3)
- indications at called station (outer right
section).
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Handset Operation Related Messages (table) System Status Related Messages (table)
Indications at the calling station (outer right The following Status messages are available and will
section), (see table 4). be displayed on the lower row of the display as long
Indications for high priority interphone functions at as the respective function is performed, (see table
all stations (whole upper row), (see table 5). 6).
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AIP Indicator Operation (table)


The AIP indicators will be used as attention getters
and they will be operated in conjunction with the
respective messages. The operation of the AIP
indicators, with respect to the different system
functions, is listed below, (see table 7).
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BITE

The circuitry of the AIP includes BITE circuitry. No


internal BITE memory is provided, but a BITE output
indicates the operational status of the AIP.
The presence of this output of a 1 Hz waveform indicates
"AIP OK" to the connected DEU B. The BITE capabilities
include power-up tests and automatic periodic tests.
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23-73-00 CIDS - AREA CALL PANEL (ACP)


INDICATIONS

CONTENTS:
General
Operation
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GENERAL

The Area Call Panel (ACP) is installed at each end of


the passenger compartment to the right and left of the
centerline in the ceiling.
The ACP has four separately controlled fields, each
contains two parallel connected lamps. The lights can
be seen from the front or rear of the ACP. The following
are the standard colors for the lamps:
- color 1 amber
- color 2 pink (optionally green)
- color 3 pink (optionally green)
- color 4 blue
The fields are activated either continuously or else
are flashed.
They are used as a far-call facility to warn cabin
attendants of PAX-call, interphone call, and lavatory
call.

OPERATION

Five discrete connections link each ACP to a nearby DEU


B. One is for each field and one for a common connection
to the lamps. The DEU B switches the lamps. Any field
or combination of fields can be flashed.
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PRESENTATION

CONTENTS:
General
Function
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GENERAL

Each attendant station is equipped with a handset for


public announcement, interphone dialling and
communication. The handset rests in a cradle.

FUNCTION

The handset and cradle provide the following functions:

- the hook-off sensing


- the Push To Talk (PTT) switching
- the PA announcement
- the interphone

Handset volume adjustment


After removing the keyboard cover, two potentiometers
under the PTT button can be adjusted.
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DESCRIPTION

CONTENTS:
General
Sources
Priority
PA level
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GENERAL SOURCES

The CIDS directors accept audio signals from the A PA announcement can be manually initiated from the
various PA sources in the aircraft. The active director cockpit and from the cabin.
assigns priorities to each source. The announcement from the cockpit can be initiated
It transmits the signal in digital form via the four with :
top-line data buses to the type A DEUs and, OPTIONALLY - the cockpit handset,
via the Passenger Entertainment System Controller - other equipment: handmic, boomset mic,
(PESC), to each Passenger Control Unit (PCU). oxygen-mask mic in conjunction with the Audio
The type A DEUs send the signal to the cabin Control Panels (ACPs),
loudspeakers for broadcasting. - the N/S and FSB switches set to ON,
The announcements can be heard, at each passenger seat, The announcement from the cabin can be initiated with:
with a headset.
- the attendant handsets,
- the Forward Attendant Panel (FAP): from which
the prerecorded announcements, stored in the
PRAM, can be selected and initiated, as the
Boarding Music (BGM),
- If a Video System is installed, PA
announcements can be initiated from the Video
Control Unit (OPTIONAL).
A PA announcement can be automatically initiated from
the PRAM when:
- the N/S or FSB cockpit switches are set to AUTO
and according to the airline definition,
- a cabin decompression occurs.
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PRIORITY

The following are the basic levels of priority:


- 1st priority: FLIGHT COMPARTMENT,
- 2nd priority: CABIN ATTENDANT STATIONS,
- 3rd priority: PRERECORDED ANNOUNCEMENT (if
installed),
- 4th priority: BOARDING MUSIC and/or
ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM (if installed).
As an OPTION the FWD ATTND STATION could have the 2nd
level of priority, in this case the other ATTND
STATIONS will have the 3rd level of priority.
The levels of priority and the defined options are
programmed in the CABIN Assignment Module (CAM).

PA LEVEL

The volume of PA announcements can be automatically


adjusted if several conditions are met.
It is the active Director which establishes the level
according to the software, sending the level setting
to each individual type A DEU. Then the type A DEUs
perform the required amplification.
When an engine is running, the PA volume is increased
automatically by +6dB.
The PA volume is also increased by +4dB in the event
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Depending on software, PA level may be adjustable via
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OPERATION

CONTENTS:
Passenger Announcement from Cockpit
Passenger Announcement from Cabin
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PASSENGER ANNOUNCEMENT FROM COCKPIT

HANDSET
A handset is mounted on the cockpit center pedestal
and contains a Push To Talk (PTT) switch.
Pressing on the Push To Talk switch keys the Passenger
Address system, overriding lower priority Passenger
Address sources and broadcasting the speech over all
Passenger Address loudspeakers.
A PA ALL IN USE indication appears on all Attendant
Indication Panels.
The fastest way to make a Passenger Announcement from
the cockpit is, to pick up the handset, push the PTT
switch and talk.
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PASSENGER ANNOUNCEMENT FROM COCKPIT BOOMSET/OXYGEN MASK


To make an announcement using the boomset or the oxygen
HANDMIC mask, the PA transmission key must be pressed and held.
To select an announcement using the handmic, the PA It comes on green.
transmission key located on the Audio Control Panel To switch on the Passenger Address sidetone, the PA
must be pressed and held. It comes on green and connects reception knob must be pressed and released. It comes
the microphone audio to the Passenger Address system. on white and controls the sidetone volume.
Then, pressing the Push To Talk switch on the mic, A "PA ALL IN USE" indication appears on all Attendant
keys the Passenger Address system with audio and Indication Panels.
broadcasts the speech through the cabin loudspeakers.
To get the sidetone and to control the volume, when
using the headset, the PA reception knob must be
pressed and released. It comes on white.
A "PA ALL IN USE" indication appears on all Attendant
Indication Panels.
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PASSENGER ANNOUNCEMENT FROM CABIN Once a PA call is established, the respective PA IN


USE message is displayed on the bottom line of all
The cabin can be split into a maximum of three cabin AIPs. Cockpit PA IN USE indicator, located on the CALLS
zones, depending on the airline options. This PANEL is provided as an option. The PTT switch keys
information is stored in the CAM. The Director uses the PA system. Sidetone audio is fed to the handset
it to identify the commands received from the cabin earpiece.
attendant handsets and to transmit the passenger When the PA announcement is over, you can disconnect
announcements to the relevant cabin zone. the handset from the PA system as follows:
An attendant handset is mounted at each attendant - put the handset into the cradle or,
station. An AIP is installed near each handset for - press the RESET button.
display of PA-use information. When the handset is
lifted, a dialing tone (440 Hz) is heard. The top line
of the AIP displays a sharp # symbol.

When you press the "PA ALL" key, a confirmation message


is displayed on the AIP.
If the PA call is impossible due to the priority of a
call already in progress, then the word BUSY appears
on the AIP display.
To press the keypad RESET key always clears any handset
operation and lets you make a new key selection.
The numbers of all selectable PA zones and the
respective keypad keys, are stored in the CAM. The CAM
also contains a priority list which establishes if an
announcement can be broadcast.
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23-73-00 CABIN INTERPHONE SYSTEM D/O

CONTENTS:
General
System Description
Priority
Call From the Cabin
Call From the Cockpit
All Attendant Call
Emergency Call
Call Indications
Options
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GENERAL PRIORITY

The cabin and cockpit interphone system enables All communication modes are handled with respect to
telephone communications between the attendant the predefined priorities listed below :
stations and, between the attendant stations and the - 1, Emergency call.
cockpit. - 2, Call from cockpit including an all call from
A communication is always initiated by a dial procedure cockpit, and a normal call from cockpit.
with the ATTENDANT HANDSET or by pushbuttons on the - 3, All call from cabin station.
CALLS panel in the cockpit.
- 4, Normal call from cabin station.
Additionally, all interphone sources have interrelated
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
priorities, as assigned in the CAM.
If more than one interphone source requests the same
The CIDS director accepts audio signals from the
communication mode, the source with the higher priority
various interphone sources in the aircraft and assigns
will have preference.
priorities to each source. The director performs
If they have the same priority, the interphone source
telephone exchange switching and call functions from
which was dialed first will be given preference.
cockpit call switch settings or the attendant handset
keypad entries.
All this is done with reference to the parameters
defined in the Cabin Assignment Module (CAM). Chimes
are transmitted via the top line data bus and the
Passenger Address loudspeakers. In the cockpit, the
green bars on the ATT transmission key on the Audio
Call Panel annunciate interphone calls. In the cabin,
the Area Call Panels (ACP) and Attendant Indication
Panels (AIP) are used for annunciation.
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CALL FROM THE CABIN ALL ATTENDANT CALL (CONFERENCE CALL)

Interphone communications are performed with the The conference mode enables communication between more
attendant station handsets which are connected to the than two interphone sources.
type B DEUs.
To initiate a call, take the handset off the hook and Call From Cockpit :
then select the pushbutton on the keyboard. When an "ALL ATTENDANT CALL" communication mode is
When the communication link is established, all the selected from the cockpit, all the called stations are
visual indications in the cabin are reset when the switched to a common link to the calling station
cabin handset is taken off its hook. (including cockpit).
All attendant stations in the cabin are equipped with In the cockpit, the "ALL" pushbutton on the CALL panel
a reset key to reset the interphone function, and must be pressed.
permits a new dial procedure.
Call From Cabin :
CALL FROM THE COCKPIT When an "ALL ATTENDANT CALL" communication is selected
from the cabin, all the called stations are switched
Calls from the cockpit are initiated from the call to a common link to the calling station except the
panel which is connected to the directors. cockpit.
Connection of the cockpit to the cabin interphone In the cabin, on the handset keyboard, the "ALL ATTND"
system is performed using the CAB key and knob on the key must be pressed.
Audio Control Panels (ACPs).
The call pushbuttons on the CALL panel enable the crew
to select the attendant station.
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EMERGENCY CALL CALL INDICATIONS

Call From Cockpit : IN THE CABIN:


The emergency call pushbutton (EMER) on the CALL panel When a call is initiated, visual and aural indications
must be pressed in order to initiate an emergency call are activated on the AIPs and Area Call Panels,
from the cockpit. associated to the called station.
An EMER CALL from the cockpit initiates a communication Hi-lo chimes are also broadcast in the assigned zones
between the cockpit and all cabin stations on a common through the cabin loudspeakers.
link.
IN THE COCKPIT:
Call From Cabin : A buzzer is broadcast when the amber attendant (ATT)
The EMER CALL key on one of the cabin attendant handsets light on the Audio Control Panels is activated.
must be pressed in order to initiate an emergency call In case of an emergency call activation, the EMERG
from the cabin. CALL light on the cockpit CALLS panel and the amber
An EMER CALL from any attendant station handset only ATT call light on the ACPs are activated.
calls the cockpit. The aural and visual cockpit indications are reset
with the RESET key on the Audio Control Panel.
(See the tables on next page for AIP indications.)
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OPTIONS

Call Chime
When an attendant station is called from an other
attendant station or from the cockpit, the hi-lo chime
can be broadcast from:
- the loudspeakers of the called attendant
station only,
- from both all attendant and passenger
loudspeakers.

Modified Area Call Panels (ACPs).


Instead of two steady pink lights a steady green light
can be triggered on the calling station ACP.
The steady green light is used for cabin attendant to
cabin attendant calls or used for cabin information
to advise the cabin crew that the cockpit is ready to
take-off or land.
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23-73-00 SERVICE INTERPHONE D/O

CONTENTS:
General
System Description
LGCIU and Service Interphone Override Conditions
Operations From Cockpit
Operations From Cabin Station(s)
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SERVICE INTERPHONE D/O

GENERAL

The service interphone system enables voice


communications, on the ground, between flight crew and
the ground service personnel. A communication can also
be made between the attendant stations and the
dedicated jacks around or in the aircraft.

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

The service interphone system is made up of:


- Eight interphone jacks
- A service interphone OVRD switch, with an
integral indicator light located on the
overhead panel in the cockpit.
The audio lines from the cockpit, cabin and interphone
jacks are routed to the amplifiers in both Cabin
Intercommunication Data System (CIDS) Directors.
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LGCIU AND SERVICE INTERPHONE OVERRIDE CONDITIONS OPERATIONS FROM CABIN STATIONS

The SERVICE INTERPHONE SYSTEM is integrated in the To establish a speech communication from the cabin
CIDS DIRECTORS. with the SERVICE INTERPHONE JACKS, the SERVice key on
There are 2 modes to connect the JACKS to the SERVICE the cabin attendant HANDSET must be pressed.
INTERPHONE. The message "SERV INT" is displayed on the calling
station AIP.
The AUTOMATIC mode: On all other ATTENDANT INDICATION PANELs, the steady
On ground only, with the Landing Gear down and "SERV INT IN USE" message appears.
compressed or with the GROUND POWER connected. The audio signals are digitized through the Type B
The Landing Gear Interface Units (LGCIUs) send a ground Decoder Encoder Units and transmitted through the MID
signal to the SERVICE INTERPHONE SYSTEM, integrated DATA BUS LINES to the DIRECTORS.
in the DIRECTORS. After conversion to analog signals, they are
transmitted to the JACKS through audio lines.
The MANUAL mode:
The SERVICE INTERPHONE OVERRIDE pushbutton 15RJ, on NOTE: When the CAB and INT keys are pressed
the overhead panel (50 VU), must be pressed. Then the (respectively on the ACPs in the cockpit and on
white ON light comes on. the handset in the cabin), speech communications
The aircraft is on the ground with no signal from the can be established between the cockpit, the cabin
LGCIUs (e.g: The LGCIUs are not supplied). When the stations and the JACKS.
SERVICE INTERPHONE OVERRIDE pushbutton is pressed, a
ground signal is sent to the DIRECTORS.

OPERATIONS FROM COCKPIT

To establish a speech communication from the cockpit


with the SERVICE INTERPHONE JACKS, the CABin key on
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any AUDIO CONTROL PANEL (ACP), must be pressed.


The audio signals are transmitted to the JACKS through
the Audio Management Unit (AMU), the SERVICE INTERPHONE
SYSTEM, integrated in the CIDS DIRECTORS and the audio
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23-73-00 PASSENGER CALL SYSTEM D/O

CONTENTS:
General
Passenger to Cabin Attnd Call from Passenger Seat
Passenger to Cabin Attnd Call from Lavatories
Options
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GENERAL PASSENGER TO CABIN ATTND CALL FROM LAVATORIES (ONE


CABIN ZONE)
At CIDS power up a general call reset will be initiated.
Any call initiated from a passenger seat or a lavatory Basic version
activates aural and visual indications. Call to Attendants from Lavatories
If no passenger call is made during boarding time, all When a lavatory call pushbutton is pressed, the
seat row numbering lights will be steadily illuminated. following happens:
If a passenger call is made during boarding time, the - the integrated call light comes on,
respective seat row numbering light will flash. - a chime is broadcast over all attendants and
passenger loudspeakers,
PASSENGER TO CABIN ATTND CALL FROM PASSENGER SEAT (ONE - the amber light comes on steady on the
CABIN ZONE) respective ACP,
- the respective lavatory call amber light comes
Basic version
on.
When a passenger seat PAX call pushbutton is pressed
Pressing the respective lavatory call pushbutton a
on the PSU, the following happens:
second time resets the associated call indications.
- the associated seat row numbering light comes
on,
- a high 1 chime is broadcast over all attendant
and passenger loudspeakers,
- the blue light on all ACPs comes on steady.
If several pushbuttons are pressed simultaneously, a
maximum of three chimes sound. The call indications
associated with an activated pushbutton are reset when
the same pushbutton is pressed a second time.
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OPTIONS PASSENGER TO CABIN ATTND CALL VIA CABIN ATTND STATION


LOUDSPEAKERS ONLY OPTION.
The following options could be embodied upon customer The visual call annunciation will be effective on the
request: ACP assigned to the passenger compartment where the
- Two zone passenger to cabin attnd calls, call has been initiated.
- three zone passenger to cabin attnd calls, The aural call annunciation will be broadcast via the
- passenger to cabin attnd call via cabin attnd Cabin Attnd loudspeakers assigned to the passenger
station loudspeakers only, compartment where the call has been initiated.
- central reset of passenger calls for all zones
from the FAP,
- central reset of passenger calls zonewise,
from the FAP and AAP,
- passenger call indication on Attnd Indication
Panels (AIP),
- chime inhibition for passenger to cabin attnd
calls.
Any of these options, once adopted, will be integrated
in the CAM.

2/3 CABIN ZONES OPTION.


When a passenger seat PAX call pushbutton is pressed
on the PSU, the following happens:
The visual annunciation (blue) of a passenger to Cabin
Attnd call will be effective on the ACP assigned to
the passenger compartment where the call has been
initiated.
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The aural call annunciation (1 high chime) will be


broadcast via the cabin and attendant loudspeakers
assigned to the passenger compartment where the call
has been initiated.
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CENTRAL RESET OF PASSENGER CALLS FOR ALL ZONES FROM CHIME INHIBITION FOR PASSENGER TO CABIN ATTND CALLS
THE FAP OPTION. OPTION.
A specific central reset button for all passenger calls A CHIME INHIBIT button is fitted on the FAP for chime
from all zones is fitted on the FAP. inhibition.
Both aural and visual indications are reset when this The button must be pushed in order to inhibit the call
pushbutton is pressed. chimes.
If the button is pushed again the call chime is
CENTRAL RESET OF PASSENGER CALLS ZONEWISE FROM THE FAP activated again.
AND AAPS OPTION. Only the chime is inhibited, visual indications remain
A central reset button for the forward section is unaffected.
fitted on the FAP.
A central reset button for the aft section is fitted CALL FROM PASSENGER CONTROL UNITS (PCU) OPTION.
on the AAP. If a Passenger Entertainment System (PES) is fitted
in the aircraft with the Passenger Service System (PSS)
PASSENGER CALL INDICATION ON ATTND INDICATION PANELS embodied, a passenger to Cabin Attnd call can be
(AIP). initiated from the PCU. The results of this call are
The seat row number with a L/H or R/H reference or the the same as the one defined when the call is initiated
location of the respective lavatory will be displayed from the PSU with all possible options.
in clear text on the AIPs.
A second received call will be displayed after reset
of the first call, if more than one call if designed
at any AIP.
The respective indications disappear when the call has
been reset by pushing the CALL button again.
If two or three zone passenger call is selected, the
individual calls will be indicated only on the AIPs
which are assigned to that particular passenger
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23-73-00 PASSENGER LIGHTED SIGNS D/O

CONTENTS:
General
No Smoking (NS) and Exit Signs
Fasten Seat Belt (FSB) and Return to Seat Signs
Excessive Altitude
Options
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GENERAL Automatic mode


For the automatic mode, the three position switch
No Smoking signs illumination installed in the flight compartment has to be set in
This function is achieved by a three position switch the AUTO position.
(ON/AUTO/OFF) in the flight compartment for NO SMOKING When the landing gear is down and locked the NS and
and EXIT signs in the passenger compartment. EXIT signs are switched ON.
The visual and aural indications are the same as in
Fasten Seat Belt and Return to Seat signs illumination the manual mode.
This function is achieved by a two position switch
(ON/OFF) in the flight compartment for FASTEN SEAT FASTEN SEAT BELT AND RETURN TO SEAT SIGNS (basic
BELT signs in the passenger compartment and the RETURN version)
TO SEAT signs in the lavatories.
A class divider will be installed in the cabin when Manual mode
more than one cabin zone is adopted. The two position switch installed in the flight
compartment can be set in the ON/OFF position for
NO SMOKING (NS) AND EXIT SIGNS (basic version) activation/deactivation of the FSB and RETURN TO SEAT
signs.
Manual mode Visual indication: the FASTEN SEAT BELT signs at the
In manual mode, the three position switch installed seat rows and the RETURN TO SEAT signs at the lavatories
in the flight compartment can be set in the ON/OFF are switched ON/OFF.
position for activation/deactivation of the NS and Aural indication: one LOW chime is broadcast via all
EXIT signs. cabin and all attnd loudspeakers when the signs are
Visual indication: the NO SMOKING at the seat rows and switched ON/OFF.
the EXIT signs are switched ON/OFF.
Aural indication: one LOW chime is broadcast via all Automatic mode
passenger and all attnd loudspeakers when the signs There is no automatic mode in the basic version.
are switched ON/OFF.
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In case of excessive altitude the FASTEN SEAT BELT,


RETURN TO SEAT, NO SMOKING and the EXIT signs switch
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OPTIONS Automatic FASTEN SEAT BELT (FSB) signs control at


landing gear down and locked option.
The following options can be embodied upon customer The FSB signs in the passenger compartment and the
request: RETURN TO SEAT signs in lavatories will come on if the
- flashing mode of passenger lighted signs, FSB switch in the flight compartment is in the auto
- chime activation at signs "ON" operation only, position and the landing gear is down locked.
- automatic FASTEN SEAT BELT (FSB) signs control
at landing gear down and locked, Automatic FSB signs control when slats and flaps are
activated option.
- automatic FASTEN SEAT BELT (FSB) signs control
The FSB signs in the passenger compartment and the
when slats and flaps are activated,
RETURN TO SEAT signs in lavatories will come on if the
- automatic NO SMOKING signs control when slats
FSB switch in the flight compartment is in AUTO
and flaps are activated,
position and the slats and flaps are activated.
- combined "NO SMOKING/SEAT ROW NUMBERING" signs.
Any of these options, once adopted, will be integrated Automatic NS signs control when the slats and flaps
in the CAM. are activated option.
The NS signs in the passenger compartment will come
Flashing mode of passenger lighted signs option. on if the NS switch in the flight compartment is in
The FASTEN SEAT BELT and NO SMOKING will flash for the AUTO position and the slats and flaps are
approximately five seconds, when the corresponding activated.
switches in the flight compartment are set to the ON
position. Combined "NS/SEAT ROW NUMBERING" signs option.
After expiration of this time period the signs will A combined NS and SEAT ROW NUMBERING sign will be
remain on and steady until they are switched off. installed in each PSU.
The additional NS signs are activated in parallel to
Chime activation at signs "ON" operation only option. the basic signs provided in the PSUs.
The passenger attention LOW-chime broadcast through
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the passenger and cabin attendant station loudspeakers "NO ELECTRONIC DEVICE" signs option.
will be initiated only when the FASTEN SEAT BELT or At customer request, the "NO SMOKING" signs can be
the NO SMOKING signs are switched ON. replaced by the "NO ELECTRONIC DEVICE" signs.
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23-73-00 PRERECORDED ANNOUNCEMENT & BGM


D/O

CONTENTS:
General
Prerecorded Announcements
Boarding Music (BGM)
Prerecorded Announcements and BGM Operation
Options
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GENERAL The prerecorded announcements can be controlled from


the audio module in the FAP.
The function of the Prerecorded Announcement and
Boarding Music (PRAM) Reproducer is to play prerecorded BOARDING MUSIC (BGM)
messages. It also plays boarding music programs on a
cassette tape to the passengers through the aircraft There are two sources for the BGM: the PRAM and the
passenger address system. The PRAM is controlled by Passenger Entertainment Audio Reproducer.
the audio module, which is a part of the FWD ATTND The choice of the BGM channels is established by each
Panel. It is installed in the cabin at the forward customer.
attendant station. The PRAM and the audio module are In the PRAM there are two cassette decks for the BGM.
connected with two ARINC 429 data buses through the These two cassettes provide four music channels. The
Cabin Intercommunication Data System (CIDS) active cassette tapes are used alternately. When one is
director to receive and transmit control data. playing the other one rewinds in order to give
The Prerecorded Announcement and Boarding Music (PRAM) continuous play.
Reproducer is installed in the aft avionics Both reproducers are controlled from the audio module
compartment. fitted in the FAP.
The PRAM is automatically initialized at aircraft power
PRERECORDED ANNOUNCEMENTS up when the reproducer receives 115 VAC.
The PES audio reproducer is powered when the PES ON/OFF
The Prerecorded Announcement Reproducer (PRAM) has two pushbutton is selected on the audio module in the FAP,
cassette decks. through relay 800MK.
Up to 256 prerecorded announcements are stored on two
tapes in the prerecorded announcement reproducer (each
minimum 30 s). The PRAM has the capability to produce
an emergency announcement in the event of a rapid cabin
decompression. An emergency announcement is stored in
a Solid State Stored Voice (SSSV). A ground signal
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from a rapid decompression, triggers, through relay


19WR, the emergency announcement.
All functions are remotely controlled from the audio
module in the FWD ATTND Panel (FAP) (except the output
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PRERECORDED ANNOUNCEMENTS AND BGM OPERATION START NEXT


When the START NEXT pushbutton switch is pushed the
During the initialization, the Light Emitting Diode message shown on the MEMO 1 display moves up to the
(LED) display on the audio module is not shown. ON ANNOUNCE display. The MEMO 2 display message then
The least significant digit LED of the announcer moves up to the MEMO 1 display. The message shown on
display on the audio module in the FAP will show "O" the MEMO 3 display moves up to the MEMO 2 display.
when the initialization is complete.
The operation procedures to program and play the START ALL
announcements are controlled via keys on the audio All messages keyed on MEMO 1, 2 and 3 will be announced
module in the FAP: continuously until the last announcement has finished.

ENTER STOP
When the ENTER pushbutton is pushed, the cursor moves When the STOP pushbutton switch is pushed, the message
into the MEMO 1 position. announcement stops immediately.
The required message is keyed-in on the keyboard and The BGM from the PRAM or the PES audio reproducer,
appears on the MEMO 1 display. When the ENTER when it is installed, is controlled from the audio
pushbutton is pushed, the keyed-in data is accepted. module in the FAP with the following keys:
The READY light comes on when the PRAM has found the - ON/OFF, SEL and VOLUME.
corresponding announcement.
The required messages for the MEMO 2 and 3 displays ON/OFF
are keyed-in the same as for the MEMO 1 display. When the ON/OFF pushbutton switch is pushed, the light
The messages keyed-in into the MEMO 1, 2 and 3 display in the pushbutton switch comes ON. Channel 1 is
are alternately played from tape deck A and B. automatically displayed on the BGM channel display.
When the ON/OFF pushbutton is pushed again, the light
CLEAR goes OFF.
When the cursor has moved into the related position
(MEMO 1, 2 or 3) and the CLEAR pushbutton switch is SEL
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pushed, the display clears. When the SEL pushbutton switch is pushed, the system
selects one of the available channels.
These are displayed in a numerical ascending code (four
channels in the mono mode, two in the stereo mode).
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PRERECORDED ANNOUNCEMENTS AND BGM OPERATION (CONTD)

VOLUME
The LEDs on the volume display show the volume level
(2 dB steps).
When the (-) pushbutton switch is pushed the volume
level decreases.
When the (+) pushbutton switch is pushed the volume
level increases.

OPTIONS

The No Smoking and Fasten Seat Belt announcements can


be stored in the PRAM and can automatically be
broadcast through the PA system in the cabin when the
No Smoking and Fasten Seat Belt switches are set to
AUTO position in the cockpit, and the landing gear
and/or flaps/slats conditions are met.
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23-73-00 CIDS - EVACUATION SIGNALLING

CONTENTS:

General
Activation From the Cockpit
Activation From the Cabin
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GENERAL In the cabin, the system can be controlled from the


FAP or AAP. The system configuration is defined by
The EVAC Signalling System is used to provide aural each customer.
and visual signals in the cabin and in the cockpit for The following Keys are used for this purpose:
evacuation, following a request from the flight crew - RESET: cancels the evacuation tone in the
or attendants should an emergency condition happen. corresponding door area attendant
The system can be controlled either from the cockpit loudspeakers.
or from the cabin. - EVAC: Signals the EVAC signalling activation
(EVAC Alert Signal).
In the cockpit, a control panel and a horn for aural - CMD: It is used to activate the EVAC
indications are installed signalling and to display a EVAC COMMAND
The control panel contains: Indication.
- A COMMAND guarded pushbutton to start the
signalling or for a complete reset with two
labels.
- EVAC: which flashes red when the system is
actived.
- ON: which comes on white when the pushbutton
is pressed in.
- A HORN SHUT OFF pushbutton to silence the horn
in the cockpit.
- A two positions switch:
- CAPT AND PURS: Allows the system to be
triggered either from the cockpit or the cabin.
- CAPT: The system can only be triggered from
the cockpit.
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ACTIVATION FROM THE COCKPIT.

The system can be actived by using the COMMAND guarded


pushbutton on the EVAC Panel 21VU on the Overhead
Panel.
The following indications will happen:
- The EVAC indicator light in the COMMAND
pushbutton switch flashes.
- The ON indicator light in the COMMAND
pushbutton switch comes on.
- The EVAC horn gives an intermittend signal.
On the Forward Attendant Panel (FAP) and on the AAP:
- The EVAC indicator lights flash.
From the attendant loudspeakers:
- The EVAC tone is heard as an intermittent
signal.
On all the attendant indication panels "EVACUATION
ALERT" message is displayed associated with flashing
red light (optional).
In this configuration, one of the following actions
can be performed at a time:
- By using the EVAC COMMAND pushbutton, all
messages are cancelled in the cockpit and in
the cabin.
- By using the EVAC HORN SHUT OFF, the EVAC horn
is silenced.
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- By using, on the FAP, the RESET pushbutton,


The EVAC tone stops from the forward attendant
loudspeakers.
- By using, on the AAP, the RESET pushbutton,
the EVAC tone stops on the relevant
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ACTIVATION FROM THE CABIN. 2-THE EVAC CAPT PURS/CAPT SWITCH TO THE CAPT POSITION.
When one of the EVAC CMD pushbuttons is selected in
1-THE EVAC CAPT PURS/CAPT SWITCH TO THE CAPT PURS the cabin, the following happen:
POSITION. - The CMD indicator light in the corresponding
The system can be activated from any of the attendant EVAC CMD Key comes on.
stations by using the FAP/AAP CMD Key. - The EVAC indicator light in the COMMAND
When the CMD Key is pressed, the following will happen: pushbutton switch, on the overhead panel
- The EVAC indicator light in the COMMAND (21VU), in the cockpit, flashes.
pushbutton switch, on the overhead panel, - The EVAC horn broadcasts an intermittent signal
flashes. for approximately 3 seconds.
- The EVAC horn, in the cockpit broadcasts an In this configuration:
intermittent signal. - Pressing the EVAC CMD pushbutton on the
- The CMD indicator light in the EVAC CMD Key corresponding panel, cancels the green
comes on, on the corresponding panel. indicator light on that panel and the EVAC
- The EVAC indicator light comes on, on all message and the horn in the cockpit.
attendant panels.
- The EVAC tone is heard as an intermittent
signal, from all attendant loudspeakers.
- The "EVACUATION ALERT" message is displayed on
all the Attendant Indication Panels associated
with flashing red light (optional).
In this configuration, one of the following actions
can be performed at a time:
- Pressing the RESET Key on one Attendant panel,
cancels the EVAC tone from the relevant
attendant area loudspeakers.
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- Pressing the EVAC CMD pushbutton on the


corresponding panel cancels all EVAC messages
in the cockpit and in the cabin.
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CONTENTS:
General
CIDS 1 + 2 Fault
CIDS Caution on ECAM
CIDS CAUTION Light on FAP
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GENERAL

All BITE results are stored in the director BITE


dedicated memory with failure indication shown on the
CIDS caution light, the ECAM Engine/Warning Display,
the Status page on the ECAM System display, the MCDU
and the PTP.
Some failures or combination of failures cause
immediate indication on ECAM and single chime
activation.
A failure in the initialization process in director 1
causes :
- Display of the STS reminder on the
Engine/Warning Display.
- Display of CIDS 1 message on the STATUS page
(on request).

NOTE: The STATUS page does not appear automatically


after a warning.
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CIDS 1 + 2 FAULT

If a failure of :
- Both Directors
- 50% of all type A DEUs
- 20% of adjacent type A DEUs zonewise
- All type B DEUs with connected handset
happens, the single chime sounds, the ECAM MASTER CAUT
comes on in the cockpit and the CIDS CAUT light comes
on on the FAP.
The failure message is shown on the ECAM Engine Warning
Display, and on request, on the STATUS page.
A "CIDS FAIL" (CHECK CIDS FUNCTIONS) message is
displayed for Cabin Crew on the PTP for all cases.
The corresponding message :
- Director (via DIR 1 + 2)
- 50% type A DEUs
- 20% type A DEUs in (x) zone
- All type B DEUs with handset
is sent to the CFDS/PTP.
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CIDS CAUTION ON ECAM

When a CIDS caution message is displayed on the ECAM,


the detailed failure message is memorized in the PTP
and available on request (ground only).
The caution messages on the ECAM are the STS reminder
on the Engine Warning page, and the maintenance message
(Class 2) on the STATUS Page which is displayed on
request.
The DIRECTOR continues to send CIDS caution message
to the SDAC until the fault is corrected.
The CIDS caution message on the ECAM is displayed if
one director fails.
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CIDS CAUTION LIGHT ON FAP

Some CIDS caution message or failure signals also


activate the CIDS CAUT light on the FAP.

NOTE : The CIDS CAUT light is resettable in flight,


but comes on again on the ground (landing gear
down and locked). The light cannot be reset on
the ground. When a CIDS CAUTION occurs, the
respective failure message is displayed on the
Programming and Test Panel.
The CIDS CAUT light comes on if :
- Both directors fail,
- 50% of all type A DEUs fail,
- 20% of adjacent type A DEUs fail zonewise,
- All type B DEUs with a connected handset fail,
- No data from SDCU channel 1 and 2,
- *) The lavatory smoke detector fails,
- *) Lav. fire extinguisher bottle pressure low,
- The heater of the drain mast fails,
- The control unit of the drain mast fails,
- The slides bottle pressure is low,
- The doors bottle pressure is low,
- CIDS Top Bus,
- CIDS Mid Bus,
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- DEU-A,
- DEU-B,
- FAP, PTP, CAM,
- No data from CAM,
- No data from FAP,
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CONTENTS:
Director Interfaces
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Here is the list of interfaces described in this - DEU A


module. - Top Line Cut-Off Relay (106RH)
- Pin Programming
DIRECTOR INTERFACES
- PES ON/OFF Relay (800MK)
- Relay Board Ann Light Test and Interface
- Centralized Fault Display Interface Unit
- Exit Signs Relay (8WL)
- System Data Acquisition Concentrator
- Audio Management Unit
- Cockpit Handset
- Service Interphone Boomsets NOTE: The CIDS Directors 1 and 2 have the same
- Calls Panel interfaces and the same computations. The
- Signs Panel outputs of the Director in stand-by mode are
- Oil Low Pressure Relay (12KS1) disabled, except the BITE test which can be
- Landing Gear Control And Interface Units carried out by the CFDIU.
- Slat Flap Control Computers
- Flight Warning Computer
- Service Interphone Override Pushbutton
- Forward Attendant Panel
- Programming and Test Panel (PTP)
- Directors
- Cockpit Door Switch
- Evac Panel
- Evac Horn
- Cabin Pressure Relay (19WR)
- Excessive Altitude Pressure Switches
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- Smoke Detection Control Unit


- Audio Reproducer (PES)
- Video System Control Unit
- Prerecorded Announcement Module (PRAM)
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- Passenger Entertainment And Passenger Service


System
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CENTRALIZED FAULT DISPLAY INERFACE UNIT CALLS PANEL


Low speed arinc 429 data buses are used for BITE data Discrete lines are used for activation of CALLS to the
transmission to the Centralized Fault Display cabin attendants or to the ground mechanic with
Interface Unit. dedicated visual and aural indications.

SYSTEM DATA ACQUISITION CONCENTRATOR SIGNS PANEL


A high speed arinc 429 data bus is used for transmission Discrete lines are used for manually or automatically
of doors position information from SDAC 1 for activating or deactivating the info signs in the cabin.
activation of the row numbering light, after a
passenger call during boarding. OIL LOW PRESSURE RELAY (12KS1)
Four discrete signals are sent to the SDACs for CIDS A discrete signal is used to automatically increase
operation status information. or decrease The Passenger Address level in the cabin
- NO SMOKING signs, when the engines are started or stopped.
- FASTEN SEAT BELT signs,
- CIDS operation status, LANDING GEAR CONTROL AND INTERFACE UNIT
Two discrete lines are used for incrementation of the
- CIDS caution.
fault memory or activation or deactivation of the
service interphone and NO SMOKING/FASTEN SEAT BELT
AUDIO MANAGEMENT UNIT
signs when the info switches are in the auto position.
Audio and discrete lines are used for transmission or
reception of the Passenger Address announcements or
SLAT FLAP CONTROL COMPUTER
interphone communications.
Discrete signals are used for automatically activating
Discrete lines are used for activation or deactivation
or deactivating the NO SMOKING/FASTEN SEAT BELT info
of the Passenger Address, interphone, attendant call
signs in the cabin.
and attendant call reset functions.

FLIGHT WARNING COMPUTER


COCKPIT HANDSET
A discrete line is used for activation of aural
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A cockpit handset is connected to the directors for


warnings in the cockpit, through the Flight Warning
Passenger Address announcements to the cabin.
Computer.
SERVICE INTERPHONE BOOMSETS
Boomsets are connected to the directors for service
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SERVICE INTERPHONE OVERRIDE PUSHBUTTON EVAC HORN


A discrete line is used to activate or deactivate the An analog signal activates the evac aural signal.
service interphone system when the aircraft is in flight
or on the ground with the landing gear not compressed CABIN PRESSURE RELAY (19WR)
and the external power plug not connected. The cabin pressure relay discrete signal is used to
automatically increase the PA level in the cabin in
FORWARD ATTENDANT PANEL case of rapid cabin decompression when the cabin
Low speed arinc 429 data buses are used for altitude is above 14000 feet.
transmission and reception of the controls, status and
BITE system information. EXCESSIVE ALTITUDE PRESSURE SWITCHES
Discrete lines are used to automatically activate or
PTP deactivate the NO SMOKING, FASTEN SEAT BELT, RETURN
Low speed arinc 429 data buses are used for TO SEAT and EXIT signs in the cabin, when the cabin
transmission and reception of data regarding the cabin altitude is above 11300 feet.
programming, system test activation and system status.
SMOKE DETECTION CONTROL UNIT
DIRECTORS Low speed arinc 429 data buses are used for
Low speed arinc 429 data buses are used for data transmission of the smoke detection warnings
exchange between the active and standby directors. information to the FAP and of the smoke detectors
The discrete lines are used for the synchronization status to the PTP and CFDIU through the directors.
of the two directors.
AUDIO REPRODUCER
COCKPIT DOOR SWITCH Audio lines are used for broadcasting the boarding
The cockpit door switch discrete signal is used to music in the cabin.
automatically dim the lights and attenuate the PA Discrete signals from the Directors are used to
level, at the entrance door, when the engines are interrupt the program and to initiate the audio
running and the door is open. reproducer test, to select the Boarding Music channel
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and to control the volume of the music.


EVAC PANEL
Discrete lines are used to activate or deactivate aural
and visual indications in the cockpit and cabin after
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VIDEO SYSTEM CONTROL UNIT DEU A


Audio and discrete lines are used for transmission of Four bidirectional top data bus lines are used for the
the video sound to the dedicated zone, according to transmission of the controls, audio data, BITE and
the keyline control. status information of the various Passenger cabin
Low speed arinc 429 data buses are used for status and systems.
bite system transmission.
TOP LINE CUT-OFF RELAY (106RH)
PRERECORDED ANNOUNCEMENT MODULE The top line cut-off relay discrete signal is used to
Audio and discrete lines are used for the broadcasting activate or deactivate the top line cut-off relays
of the BoardinG Music and prerecorded passenger address when the emergency mode is activated, in order to cut
announcements, manually or automatically activated by the supply of the type A DEUs and decrease the power
controls. consumption.
The low speed arinc 429 data buses are used for
transmission of the BITE and status system and also PIN PROGRAMMING
for remote control and selection of the prerecorded Discrete signal is used to determine the active or
announcements with the PRAM page of the PTP. standby director.

PASSENGER ENTERTAINMENT AND PASSENGER SERVICE SYSTEM PES ON/OFF RELAY (800MK)
Audio and discrete lines are used for Passenger Address A discrete signal is used to power the Passenger
announcement distribution according to the PA zone Entertainment System : Multiplexer PES main and the
keyline. PES reproducer.
Low speed arinc 429 data buses are used for control,
monitoring and BITE system transmission. RELAY BOARD ANN LIGHT TEST AND INTERFACE
The directors transmit a discrete signal to the Discrete lines are used for activation or deactivation
multiplexer Passenger Entertainment System unit in of the indicator lights when a function or system is
order to initiate the test of the system. activated or deactivated.
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DEU B EXIT SIGNS RELAY (8WL)


Two bidirectional middle data bus lines are used for Discrete line is used for activation or deactivation
the transmission of the controls, audio data, BITE and of the EXIT signs when the NO SMOKING signal, from the
status system information of the attendant cabin signs panel, or the "SIGNS ON" signals, from the
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CONTENTS
Forward Attendant Panel (FAP) Interfaces
Aft Attendant Panel (AAP) Interfaces
Programming and Test Panel (PTP) Interfaces
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FAP INTERFACES

The FAP is connected to the directors through two ARINC


429 low speed data buses.
Through these buses, the FAP transmits data for
controlling and monitoring of the cabin systems and
receives data from the active director for signalling.
The FAP also transmits, through these lines, its BITE
information :
- A discrete signal is transmitted to the EPSUs
for activation of the emergency lighting,
- discrete signals connect the FAP and type B
DEU for EVAC activation, reset and indication,
- an analog signal connects the FAP and the Water
QTY TMTR for potable water quantity indication,
- discrete signals connect the FAP with the
Potable Preselection Unit for the water
preselection from the FAP,
- an analog signal connects the FAP with the
Vacuum System Controller for waste quantity
indication,
- discrete signal, out of the FAP, for lavatory
lighting, pax reading lights and cabin
attendant work lights,
- a discrete signal for activation of the
lavatory water heater,
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- a discrete signal for switching on the heating


on the FWD and AFT waste service panel,
- a discrete signal for the water/waste
pressurised water system in order to
depresurize the potable water system in
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AFT ATTND PANEL INTERFACES

The Aft Attendant Panel (AAP) is connected to the


relevant type B DEU, for controlling of the cabin
systems, through RS232 lines.
The AAP receives 28 VDC power supply from the relevant
type B DEU .
Discrete signals connect the AAP to the relevant type
B DEU for activation of the EVAC system signalling,
reset and indication.
A discrete signal controls the relevant lavatory water
heater.
A discrete signal, out of the AAP, for call indication
reset.
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PTP INTERFACES

The PTP is connected to the directors through ARINC


429 low speed buses.
A discrete, out of the PTP, initiates the system or
battery test of the EPSUs.
The PTP receives a discrete signal which indicates the
result of the system/battery test.
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CONTENTS:
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System Status
System Test
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GENERAL

The following sequence deals with the PTP SYSTEM STATUS


and SYSTEM TEST functions.
After pressing the DSPL ON pushbutton, the first page
gives access to 3 main parts :
- SYSTEM STATUS (to get information on the CIDS
and on all connected cabin systems),
- SYSTEM TEST (to test CIDS as well as all
connected cabin systems)
- PROGRAMMING (to change the zoning), (not
dealt with in this module).
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SYSTEM STATUS MAINTENANCE


The MAINTENANCE page allows access to the following
The SYSTEM STATUS function allows the current status items (identical to CFDS SYSTEM REPORT/TEST concerning
of the CIDS to be monitored. This includes the CIDS the CIDS) :
and the interfaces to other systems. - LAST LEG REPORT,
In case of no failure, the message is "OK" - PREVIOUS LEGS REPORT,
E.g. : "CIDS OK". - LRU IDENTIFICATION,
In case of failure, the message is indicated first.
- FAULT DATA,
E.g. : "SLIDE PRESS LOW".
- CLASS 3 FAULTS,
Selecting the membrane switch next to the failure
message gives more details on the corresponding - GROUND SCAN
failure. In flight, only the "CURRENT LEG REPORT" item is
For maintenance/cabin crew support, the following displayed and available.
systems functions are also monitored :
- LAVATORY SMOKE SYSTEM (Detectors and Lavatory
Fire Extinguisher Pressure),
- SLIDE BOTTLE PRESSURE,
- DOORS BOTTLE PRESSURE,
- DRAINMASTS,
- DOORS CLOSED/SLIDES ARMED STATUS.

NOTE : If an optional system/function is not requested


by the customer, it will not be monitored or
shown on the display.
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LAST LEG REPORT


This display presents the LAST/CURRENT LEG REPORT,
with the date and time of the failure occurence, the
ATA chapter and the name of the failed unit. It contains
class 1+2 failures

PREV LEGS REPORT


This display presents the previous legs. It contains
class 1+2 failures.
The various failed units can be :
- DIRECTOR 1,
- DIRECTOR 2,
- DEU A,
- DEU B,
- CIDS TOP BUS,
- CIDS MID BUS,
- PROG. AND TEST PNL,
- FWD ATTND PNL,
- SDAC 1+2,
- CFDIU.
- EPSUs,
- SDCU CHANNEL 1+2,
- CABIN ASSIGNMENT MODULE,

NOTE : The PREV LEG report contains the fault


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information of the last 64 flight legs and


includes the date, time and ATA chapter.

LRU IDENTIFICATION
The Part Number of the relevant unit is displayed.
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FAULT DATA CLASS 3 FAULTS


This display contains the same DATA as "TROUBLE This display presents class 3 fault messages from the
SHOOTING DATA" when using the MCDU with the CFDS. following items :
It shows : - CFDIU,
- The date, - SDCU CHANNEL 1,
- the leg number, - SDCU CHANNEL 2,
- the hour, - SDAC 1,
- the number of occurences, - SIGN LAMP,
- a 6 digit code which gives a more precise - CALL LAMP,
failure identification. - ATTND INDICATION PANEL,
For example, code 240A07 means DEU A 200RH07 discrete - ADD ATTND PANEL,
output or wiring connection pin J2-2.
- ANNOUNCEMENT REPRODUCER,
- READING LIGHT
NOTE : Present failures are marked with "LEG 03".
- READING LIGHT PCB,
- POWER READING LIGHT PCB,
- WORK LIGHT FWD, MID, AFT,
- WORK LIGHT PCB FWD, MID,
- POWER PCB FWD, MID, AFT,
- PES MUX,
- ANNOUCEMENT REPRODUCER,
- VIDEO SYSTEM.
PCB = Printed Circuit Board.

GROUND SCAN
The GND SCAN indicates all class 1 and 2 failures which
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are present on ground.


For the continuously monitored systems, the ground
memory will be updated when the failure has been
cancelled.
For non-monitored systems, the update will occur after
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PTP or MCDU.

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SYSTEM TEST

The SYSTEM TEST function allows the following units


to be tested on ground only :
- ACTIVE DIRECTOR,
- CIDS BUS,
- DEU A,
- DEU B,
- CAM,
- PROG AND TEST PNL,
- FWD ATTND PNL,
- ADD ATTND PNLS,
- ATTND IND PNLS,
- LOUDSPEAKERS,
- SIGN LAMPS,
- AREA CALL PANELS,
- PAX CALL LAMPS
- READING/WORK LIGHTS
- EMER LIGHT BATTERY
- DRAINMASTS

NOTE :
Test of the passive director (<DIR 2) is only available
via the MCDU.
(ACT) indicates that director 1 is active.
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The RESET function initiates a CIDS power on reset


including the conplete power on test.
The complete power on test is only performed if there
is at least one cabin door open. If a failure still
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displayed SYSTEM STATUS/MAINTENANCE mode on the PTP.

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NOTE : The reading/work lights test also includes the


test of the decoration lights, if the system
is installed.

See ATA 33 for more explanations about EMER LIGHT


BATTERY test.
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23-73-00 PTP CABIN RECONFIGURATION

CONTENTS:
PTP Cabin Reconfiguration
CAM Layout Selection
Steps to Modify a Selected Cabin Layout
PA Level Adjustment
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PTP CABIN RECONFIGURATION

This presentation deals with the utilization of the


Programming and Test Panel for cabin reconfiguration.
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The programming function is used to change the ZONING To increase the FWD ZONE by 3 seatrows on the right
or to perform the CABIN PROGRAMMING. section select 06 for the end of the FWD ZONE.
For the ZONING mode, no access code is required. But The FWD ZONE ends now at seatrow 06R/04L and the MID
for the CABIN PROGRAMMING mode, an access code is ZONE starts at seatrow 07R/05L.
required. If a change was made, the flashing message "PARAMETER
The ZONING function enables the selection of the number SAVING" appears.
of ZONES inside the cabin as well as the various NO With the message "PARAMETER SAVED" the saving of the
SMOKING areas and the CLASS DIVIDER. The CLASS DIVIDER new configuration to layout M (Modifiable) and into
is a device which separates the cabin zones. Each cabin the director is completed.
zone begins with a NO SMOKING ZONE. The MODIFICATION counter is incremented and displayed
(Here M = 019).
CABIN ZONES
For CABIN ZONES programming, the end seatrow number
of each zone has to be entered. The specific functions
will then be automatically adapted.
The NO SMOKING ZONES begin in accordance with the
respective CABIN ZONES. The NO SMOKING signs in these
zones come on steady.
Here are three asymmetrical cabin zones. The FWD ZONE
ends at seatrow 03R/04L, the MID ZONE ends at seatrow
14R/16L and the AFT ZONE starts at seatrow 15R/17L.
In case of symmetrical cabin zones the numbers will
appear only in the right hand positions of the menu
without left hand or right hand separations.

NOTE : Symmetrical or asymmetrical cabin zones are


customer options.
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NO SMOKING (NS) ZONES


The NS ZONES function gives the seatrow numbers of the
end of the NS ZONES for each cabin zone.
The NS zones are modified using the keyboard in the
same way as for the cabin zones.

NOTE : Entering a zero (0) deletes the NS zone in the


respective cabin zone.
If the layout of CABIN ZONES is changed, the NS ZONES
layout follows automatically.
The number of seatrows in each NS ZONE will remain
constant except if the CABIN ZONE is smaller than the
NS ZONE.
In case of symmetrical NS ZONES, the numbers will
appear only in the right hand positions of the menu
without left hand or right hand separations.

CLASS DIVIDER (DIV)


There can be passive class dividers (without sign
lamps) or active (with sign lamps).
The CLASS DIVIDER programming is used for BITE related
current sensing.
In case of cabin reprogramming, the class divider
should be moved manually.
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CAM LAYOUT SELECTION

The CABIN PROGRAMMING function is protected by an


access code.
Note that each code digit is marked by a * sign.
The CAM LAYOUT SELECTION function enables selection
of a new CAM layout. When activating the CIDS, the
last selected layout is loaded from the CAM into the
DIRECTOR memory.
The programmed layouts are marked with a "<" or ">"
sign. The number of the last selected layout flashes.
A new layout can be selected by pressing the
corresponding labelled key.
Then this number flashes and the layout is downloaded
into the director.
The CIDS system will then be completely updated.
The CAM shown here includes three fixed layouts 1 and
2 (a maximum of 3 fixed layouts can be programmed) and
the modifiable layout M.
If layout 1 or 2 are loaded and modified, they are
saved into layout M.
Layout M is now loaded.
If no CAM is available, the last downloaded LAYOUT is
maintained in the Director.
If no CAM is available and the last downloaded layout
is defective, the CIDS works with its own layout.
In these cases, the failure message "CIDS FAIL" appears
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STEPS TO MODIFY A SELECTED CABIN LAYOUT

- Load the desired layout 1 - 2 - 3 - M into


director (Example "2").

Select "ZONING" on the PTP.


- By programming steps, the layout data (cabin
zones, no-smoker zones, class divider) is
modified in the memory of the director (in the
RAM).
- After completing the programming, press "RET"
on the PTP, PTP displays "PARAMETER SAVING".
- Note: If "RET" is NOT pressed, the system will
operate with the modified data, until a
power interruption causes a restart of
the system. In this case the modified
data will be lost and the old layout "2"
will again control the function of the
CIDS.
- This stores the modified data in the CAM, layout
"M" and in the memory of the director (in the
EEPROM).
- Reselection of layouts 1 - 2 - 3 is
possible, but "M" holds the modified "2"
version, until a new programming is made.
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23-73-00 CIDS COMPONENTS

CONTENTS:
Forward Attendant Panel (FAP)
Programming and Test Panel (PTP)
Additional Attendant Panel (AAP)
Attendant Indication Panels (AIPs)
Area Call Panels (ACPs)
Passenger Service Indication Units (PSIUs)
Type A Decoder Encoder Units (DEUs)
Type B Decoder Encoder Units (DEUs)
Handsets
Directors
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FORWARD ATTENDANT PANEL (FAP) PROGRAMMING AND TEST PANEL (PTP)

IDENTIFICATION IDENTIFICATION
FIN : 120RH FIN : 110RH

LOCATION LOCATION
ZONE : 221 ZONE : 221
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ADDITIONAL ATTENDANT PANEL (AAP) ATTENDANT INDICATION PANELS (AIPs)

IDENTIFICATION IDENTIFICATION
FIN : TBD FIN : TBD

LOCATION LOCATION
ZONE : 200 ZONE : 200
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AREA CALL PANELS (ACPs) PASSENGER SERVICE INDICATION UNITS (PSIUs)

IDENTIFICATION IDENTIFICATION
FIN : 340RH1,2,9,10 FIN : TBD

LOCATION LOCATION
ZONE : 223,224,263,264 ZONE : 200
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TYPE A DECODER ENCODER UNITS (DEUs) TYPE B DECODER ENCODER UNITS (DEUs)

IDENTIFICATION IDENTIFICATION
FIN : TBD FIN : TBD

LOCATION LOCATION
ZONE : 200 ZONE : 200
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HANDSETS

IDENTIFICATION
FIN : TBD

LOCATION
ZONE : 200
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IDENTIFICATION
FIN : 101RH,102RH

LOCATION
ZONE : 127,128
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23-30-00 PASSENGER ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM


PRESENTATION

CONTENTS:
General
PES
PES Video
PRAM
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GENERAL The anouncements and passenger address messages are


also broadcast through the passenger address
The passenger address and entertainment system loudspeakers, via the CIDS.
comprises the following basic functions:
The PES audio reproducers supply music channels to the
- Passenger Entertainment System (PES), Main Multiplexer and boarding music channels to the
- Passenger Entertainment System Video (PES CIDS director.
video), The CIDS broadcasts the boarding music through the
- Pre-Recorded Announcements and boarding Music passenger address loudspeakers.
system (PRAM).
Boarding Music (BGM) channel and volume control is
The PES comprises the PES music, the passenger address performed on the Forward Attendant Panel (FAP).
and the passenger service.
The Main Multiplexer is connected to the CFDIU to
PES ensure the passenger entertainment BITE function.

The PES transmits pre-recorded music programs, PES VIDEO


passenger address information, video and video sounds
to the passengers. The PES video shows pre-recorded video movies and video
The audio signals can be heard through headphones announcements through different display units in the
connected to the Passenger Control Units (PCU). passenger compartment.
The video sound is transmitted to the Main Multiplexer
The PCU allows several music channels and video audio and to the CIDS.
channels to be selected and the volume to be adjusted.
Therefore video sounds can be heard from the headset
The PCU also allows the reading lights and passenger through the PCU or from the cabin passenger address
calls to be remotely controlled through the Passenger loudspeakers.
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Service System (PSS).


The in-seat video display units are supplied through
All pre-recorded announcements (video and sound) and the Main Multiplexer.
the passenger address messages, heard in the headphones
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PRAM

The PRAM is an audio tape reproducer which contains


pre-recorded announcements and boarding music supplied
to the CIDS director.
The announcements are also sent to the Main
Multiplexer.

The PRAM is controlled from the FAP.


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23-32-00 PASSENGER MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT


SYSTEM D/O

CONTENTS:
Main Multiplexer
WDB
SEB
Audio Reproducer
BITE
Self Examination
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MAIN MULTIPLEXER WDB

The Main Multiplexer (MM) generates a radio frequency Each WDB supplies a maximum of 2 SEB columns.
signal which contains the audio information from the
audio reproducer (A/R), and Video System Control Unit SEB
(VSCU), passenger address announcements from the Cabin
Intercommunication Data System (CIDS) and video The Seat Electronic Box (SEB) changes the combined
signals from the VSCU. radio frequency audio signal back to its original
analog form and only transmits the selected program
If passenger address announcements are to be made, the to the PCU.
CIDS sends a keyline signal to the audio reproducer Each SEB supplies a maximum of 3 PCUs.
to stop it. The SEBs receive PCU selected data and transmit it to
the CIDS director, through the PSS and through the MM.
A coaxial cable transmits the radio frequency signal
to the Seat Electronic Boxes (SEB), according to the PCU
zone selection through the Wall Disconnect Boxes (WDB).
The SEBs only transmit the selected audio signal to The Passenger Control Unit (PCU) allows the passengers
the headsets through the Passenger Control Unit (PCU). to select, to adjust the volume and to hear music and
video sounds.
A zone selection, for Passenger Address (PA) and video Each PCU has a stereophonic transducer to drive a
sounds, for a maximum of 2 zones, is made through stereo pneumatical headset, or a jack for an electrical
keylines. headset, or both.

Passenger Service System (PSS) digital data is


exchanged between the MM and the PCU.
The MM transmits this data through an ARINC 429 data
bus to the CIDS director.
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AUDIO REPRODUCER

The Audio Reproducers (A/R) provide different music


programs from cassettes tape or compact disks, to the
MM.
The audio reproducers also send one music program,
among 4 music programs, for boarding music (BGM), to
the CIDS director.
The BGM program selection is done through 3 keylines
from the CIDS director.

Boarding music program selection and volume are


controlled from the Forward Attendant Panel (FAP).

BITE

The BITE is used for detection and isolation of system


and component faults.
All BITE data of the PES music is assembled in the MM.

The MM transmits the BITE data through an ARINC 429


data bus to the CFDIU.

The BITE data transmission to the CFDIU is made


continuously in normal mode and on request in
interactive mode.
In interactive mode, the BITE is connected to the MCDU
through the CFDIU.
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The MM starts an automatic self test after power up


and a manual self test after transmission of the
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SELF EXAMINATION

How do the passengers control the headset volume?

A - With the forward attendant panel.


B - With the forward attendant panel and the
passenger control unit.
C - With the passenger control unit.

The MM provides:

A - Music, video sounds and announcements.


B - Only music channels.
C - Music channels and video sounds.
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MUSIC COMPONENTS

CONTENTS:
Main Multiplexer
Audio Reproducer
Wall Disconnect Box
Seat Electronic Box
Passenger Control Unit
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IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 8MK

LOCATION
ZONE: 128

COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
The front face of the Main Multiplexer (MM) is fitted
with a handle and two lugs.
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AUDIO REPRODUCER

IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 10MK

LOCATION
ZONE: 128

COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
An access door, located on the side of the audio
reproducer (A/R), allows the tapes to be installed.
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WALL DISCONNECT BOX

IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 50MK

LOCATION
ZONE: 200

COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
The Wall Disconnect Boxes (WDBs) are installed on each
side of the cabin.
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SEAT ELECTRONIC BOX

IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 100MK

LOCATION
ZONE: 200

COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
The Seat Electronic Boxes (SEBs) are installed on the
seat legs.
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PASSENGER CONTROL UNIT

IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 200MK

LOCATION
ZONE: 200

COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
The Passenger Control Units (PCUs) are installed on
the seat armrest.
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CONTENTS:
VSCU
VTR
Tapping Unit
Bite
Visual Displays
Self Examination
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VSCU The interface between the optional Cabin and Passenger


Management System (CPMS) and the VSCU allows the
The Video System Control Unit (VSCU) controls the following functions:
Passenger video Entertainment System (PES video).
The VSCU receives video and audio signals from the - remote control of the video system, camera
Video Tape Reproducers (VTR). control unit and Passenger
It generates a radio frequency signal which contains - Visual Information System (PVIS),
the video signals and sends it through the tapping - display of news and advertisements provided by
units to the related display units. the CPMS,
- preview of video programs.
The VSCU operates in the following formats:
The Passenger Video Information System (PVIS) is an
- PAL, option that receives information which is processed,
- SECAM, formated and transmitted as video signals to the VSCU.
- NTSC. The VSCU transmits this information to the display
units.
The VSCU sends the video sounds to the Main Multiplexer
(MM) and to the Cabin Intercommunication Data System As an option, the video camera converts optical images
(CIDS) director. into video signals compatible with the video system.
The passengers can hear the video sounds through This signal is sent to the VSCU and can be displayed
headsets connected to the Passenger Control Units on the video display units.
(PCUs) or from the Passenger Address (PA) loudspeakers.
The camera can be remotely controlled from the CPMS.
Each PA announcement overrides the PES video sounds
in the related zones and stops the video tape
reproducers.
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In case of a rapid cabin decompression, the VSCU stops


the video transmission and controls the retraction of
the overhead monitors installed in the overhead stowage
compartment.
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VTR BITE

The Video Tape Reproducers (VTR) supply audio and video The BITE is assembled into the video system.
signals to the VSCU. All the PES video BITE data is transmitted through an
The VTRs are remotely controlled from the VSCU. ARINC 429 data bus to the MM via the CIDS.
On the front panel of the VTRs, all the operation The MM sends this data through an ARINC 429 data bus
controls are installed. to the CFDIU.

The following video systems are possible: The VSCU starts an automatic self test after power up
and a manual self test after transmission of the
- VHS, Multipurpose Control and Display Unit (MCDU) command.
- SVHS,
- BETA, In CFDIU interactive mode, the BITE is connected to
the Multipurpose Control and Display Unit (MCDU)
- VIDEO 8,
through the CFDIU, to show the maintenance data, start
- High band video 8.
a test or to show the Line Replaceable Unit (LRU)
identification.
The following signal formats are possible:
The BITE failure transmission to the CFDIU is made
- PAL, continuously in normal mode, and on request in
- SECAM, interactive mode.
- NTSC.

TAPPING UNIT

The tapping units distribute the video signals to the


display units in each cabin zone.
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Each tapping unit can supply a maximum of 2 displays.

Each tapping unit has a pincoded address to give a


unique address to the unit.
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This enables the VSCU to control each display unit


individually.

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VISUAL DISPLAYS

Display units are installed in the passenger


compartment.

Each display unit is connected to the nearest tapping


unit.

Each display unit operates with these formats:

- PAL,
- SECAM,
- NTSC.

A retraction mechanism is used to move the overhead


display units, installed in the overhead compartment,
into stowed or viewing position.
Each monitor is automatically energized in the viewing
position, and de-energized in the stowed position.

The monitors move automatically into the stowed


position when:

- an electrical power loss occurs for more than


200 ms,
- a mechanical resistance occurs while the
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display unit moves down,


- a rapid cabin decompression occurs.
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SELF EXAMINATION

How is the PES video BITE signal transmitted?

A - Through the CIDS.


B - Directly to the CFDIU.
C - There is no PES video BITE signal.
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VIDEO COMPONENTS

CONTENTS:
Video System Control Unit
Tapping Unit
Seat Electronic Box
Hatrack Mounted Display Unit
Wall Mounted Display Unit
Video Tape Reproducer
Passenger Control Unit
Cabin Management Terminal
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IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 11MH

LOCATION
ZONE: 221
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TAPPING UNIT

IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 50MH

LOCATION
ZONE: 200
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SEAT ELECTRONIC BOX

IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 95MK

LOCATION
ZONE: 200
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IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 100MH

LOCATION
ZONE: 200
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IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 102MH1, 102MH2

LOCATION
ZONE: 200
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VIDEO TAPE REPRODUCER

IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 12MH, 13MH

LOCATION
ZONE: 200

COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
All controls are located on the front panel of the
VTR.
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IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 200MK

LOCATION
ZONE: 200
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CABIN MANAGEMENT TERMINAL

IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 2RF

LOCATION
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SYSTEM D/O

CONTENTS:
Presentation
DIU
ADIRS
FMGC
CFDIU
ATSU
CMS
Operation
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PRESENTATION

The Passenger Visual Information System (PVIS),


provides continuously updated flight and destination
information to the passengers through the video display
units.
Information is given to the passengers either in text
form or in multicolored maps.
Several modes can be selected:
- MAP mode : map display,
- INFO mode : flight information pages,
- LOGO mode : logo display,
- AUTO mode : automatic cycling of all
pictures.
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DIU ADIRS

The PVIS comprises the Digital Interface Unit (DIU) The Air Data Inertial Reference System (ADIRS) is
and the Remote Control Unit (RCU). The Digital connected to the DIU through two unidirectional ARINC
Interface Unit (DIU) is the PVIS main unit. 429 data buses.
The Digital Interface Unit (DIU) is a computer. It is - an ARINC 429 low speed data bus transmits the
connected to the aircraft avionics systems and to the actual air data,
Passenger Entertainment System Video (PES Video). - an ARINC 429 high speed data bus transmits the
inertial reference data.
The DIU interfaces with:
- The Air Data Inertial Reference System (ADIRS), FMGC
- The Flight Management and Guidance Computer
(FMGC), The Flight Management and Guidance Computer (FMGC) is
- The Passenger Entertainment System Video (PES connected to the DIU through a unidirectional ARINC
Video), 429 data bus.
- The Centralized Fault Display Interface Unit The FMGC sends data to the DIU. Certain parameters
(CFDIU). requiring an input (destination, flight time,...) can
be entered either by the cabin staff or loaded from
The DIU processes all the information and selects the FMGC.
appropriate maps and points of interest stored in its
memory. CFDIU

The DIU is also connected to other systems: The Centralized Fault Display Interface Unit (CFDIU)
- the Air Traffic Service Unit (ATSU), is connected to the DIU through a unidirectional ARINC
429 low speed data bus.
- the Cabin Management System (CMS).
The DIU is supplied with 28 VDC.
ATSU
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The RCU is the input device for the PVIS.


The Air Traffic Service Unit (ATSU) is connected to
The RCU front plate has four pushbutton switches and
the DIU through an ARINC 429 low speed data bus.
an LCD character control screen.
The ATSU allows connecting gate, arrival information,
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CMS

The Cabin Management System (CMS) is connected to the


DIU through a bidirectional ARINC 429 low speed data
bus.
The Cabin Management System (CMS) controls and monitors
the PVIS by means of the Cabin Management Terminal
(CMT).

OPERATION

The DIU reads data from the FMGC and the ADIRS through
ARINC 429 data buses. This information is processed,
formatted and transmitted as a video signal to the PES
Video.
The Video System Control Unit (VSCU) transmits this
information to the display units to be displayed.

BITE

A test is performed automatically at power up or


manually from the control unit.
The result of this test is transmitted to the Video
System Control Unit (VSCU).
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SYSTEM COMPONENTS

CONTENTS:
Digital Interface Unit
Remote Control Unit
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REMOTE CONTROL UNIT

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DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

CONTENTS:
CMS
CMS Components
Operation
Test
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CMS OPERATION

The Cabin Management System (CMS) provides a direct All system controls and data entries are made on the
contact for the cabin crew with the ground via the Air laptop computer.
Traffic Service Unit (ATSU). The software provides guidance for the operator to use
Transmitted data can be passenger and security the system.
information or maintenance reports. All functions are available through selection from the
display.
CMS COMPONENTS To operate the CMS, first the printer drawer has to
be unlocked and pulled forward then pushed back to the
The CMS is composed of: locked position.
- a laptop computer, After that, the computer drawer has to be unlocked and
- a dot matrix printer, pulled forward.
- an interface assembly, Then the computer can be switched on.
- a message awaiting light.
TEST
The interface is provided with two sliding drawers
The CMS has Built-In Test Equipment (BITE). The test
(one for the computer and one for the printer). It is
is done when the system is powered-up.
also equipped with a power supply circuit board and
an interface circuit board.
The message awaiting light indicates that information
has been received from a ground station.
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COMPONENTS

CONTENTS:
Cabin Management System
Message Awaiting Light
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NOTE
Depending on the airlines choice, the Cabin Management
Terminal can be installed without the printer in the
entrance area.
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23-73-00 CFDS SPECIFIC PAGE PRESENTATION

CONTENTS:
CIDS (Specific Pages)
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CIDS
The CIDS 1 (2) TEST function serves to test the
components shown on the MCDU (4 pages are available
using NEXT PAGE).
- Director
- CIDS BUS
- DEU A
- DEU B
- P.T.P.
- C.A.M.
- F.A.P.
- ATTND Indication Panels
- ADD ATTND Panels
- Loudspeakers
- Sign Lamps
- PAX Call Lamps
- Area Call Panels
- Reading/work lights
- Drainmasts
The CIDS 1 (2) TEST menu enables a direct individual
test of the components.
However, for the Loudspaekers and the Area Call Panels
the LSK adjacent to their indication must be pressed
to perform an operational test via the respective
submenu.
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Panels can be switched ON/OFF for a visual check.
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