First officer’s instruments
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First officer¶s instruments
Panel Panel light control PANEL LIGHT CONTROL
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GPWS INOPERATIVE LIGHT (amber) ILLUMINATED ± GPWS com puter malfunction or power loss.
Invalid in puts are being received from the r adio altimeter, ADC, or ILS receiver with a MARK II GPWS com puter installed; r adio altimeter, ADC, ILS receiver, IR S, FMC, Digital Stall Warning (Management) com puters, or EFIS Control Panel with A MARK V GPWS com puter installed.
GROUND PROXIMITY SWITCH NORMAL (guarded position)
± Flap and landing gear position logic is provided for Modes 2, 3, and 4. INHIBIT SWITCH ±
Inhibits or cancels warnings/alerts caused by the flaps not in the 30 or 40 position (FLAP INHIBIT), or landing gear not down (GEAR INHIBIT). GROUND PROXIMITY SYSTEM TEST SWITCH
MARK V GPWS Com puter PRESS (momentary on the ground, or above 1000 feet radio altitude inflight)
Illuminates the BELOW G/S, PULL UP, WINDSHEAR and INOP Lights, dis plays the EADI WINDSHEAR message, and causes the ³ GLIDE SLOPE´, ³WHOOP, WHOOP PULLUP¶, and ³WINDSHEAR´ aur als to sound. PRESS (at least 10 seconds, on the ground)
The a bove indications always occur first, followed by any additional aur als. The system test is inhibited from liftoff to 1000 feet r adio altitude.
Wndshd/foot air WINDSHIELD/FOOT AIR CONTROLS
A pplies conditioned air to the No. 1 windows for anti-fogging.
A pplies conditioned air to the pilot¶s leg position.
CHRONOGRAPH (CHR) CONTROL PRESS ± Controls the start, sto p and reset functions of the CHR Dis play and Second hand with successive ³ push´ o per ations.
Dis play time in 24-hour format 9hours and minutes)/date in numerical format.
Overrides any existing ET Dis plays.
Controls Date Dis play. PRESS ± Dis plays Date (DAY MO) alternating with YR at 1 second intervals.
Allows date to be set with time control.
Controls the Time/Date Dis play RUN ± Starts
CHRONOGRAPH SECOND HAND
the Time/Date Dis play
Indicates chronogr aph seconds.
(Hold) ± Sto ps the Time/Date Dis play, sets seconds to zero, and advances years. HLD Y
Controlled by the CHR Control.
(Slow SS M
Slew) ± Advances the Time/Date Dis play minutes/months.
ELAPSED TIME (ET) CONTROL
(s pring-loaded to HLD) RESET
- Returns the ET Dis play to zero time.
(Hold) ± Sto ps the ET Dis play at the indicated time.
RUN ± Starts
the ET Dis play counting time. Continues to count from HLD time when selected back to R U N.
(Fast Slew) ± Advances the Time/Date Dis play hours/days. FS D
Dis plays Elapsed Time or Chronogr aph Time. ET Display Range : zero to 99 hrs 59 min. CHR Display Range : zero to 99 min.
Vertical s peed indicator VERTICAL SPEED POINTER
De picts r ate of climb or descent from 0 to 6000 feet per minute. Indicates zero when IR S vertical s peed is unrelia ble.
OFF FLAG IN VIEW ± The air data com puter altitude r ate signal is lost, or a malfunction exists.
Selected IR S vertical s peed data are unrelia ble, or Res pective VSI and/or ADC has f ailed.
Air tem per ature indicator TAT/SAT/TAS ANNUNCIATORS
ILLUMINATED ± Identifies the type of data being dis played on the Digital Dis play.
Dis plays TAT (oC), SAT (oC), or TAS (knots) indications in digital form.
SELECTOR PUSHBUTTON PRESS ± Sequences the dis play from TAT, to SAT, to TAS.
PRIMARY ALTIMETER (electric)
Dis plays altitude in increments of thousands, hundreds and twenty feet. Warning flag appears whenever the ADC signal is lost or malfunction exists. Green
flag appears in the left window when altitude is below 10,000 feet.
A NEG flag appears in the two left-hand windows when altitude below zero feet is dis played.
Makes one revolution each one thousand feet. BAROMETRIC SETTING WINDOW
REFERENCE ALTITUDE MARKER
Manually positioned to the desired reference altitude using the Reference Altitude Marker Control..
Reflects barometric correction (in millibars and inches of mercur y as set by the Barometric Setting Control.
BAROMETRIC SETTING CONTROL ROTATE ± Adjusts the barometric correction in the Barometric Setting Window.
REFERENCE ALTITUDE MARKER CONTROL
Used to manually set the Reference Altitude marker.
MACH/AIRSPEED INDICATOR (electric)
Mach airs peed indicator AIRPSEED CURSOR MODE ANNUNCIATOR
Auto Mode: Out of View Manual Mode: In View
Indicates target airs peed.
Positioned manually or automatically, as selected by the Airs peed Cursor Control. MACH DIGITAL COUNTER
Shows Mach number, from .40 to .99 Mach, in digital form.
Indicates the maximum o per ating (indicated) airs peed in knots.
Masked below .40 Mach Digits are covered by a warning flag when the dis play is unrelia ble.
VMO FLAG IN VIEW: Indicates the MO is ino per ative.
AIRSPEED CURSOR FLAG Manual mode: Flag is retr acted.
AIRSPEED POINTER Indicates airs peed in knots. AIRSPEED CURSOR CONTROL PUSH IN - Auto Mode.
Airs peed Cursor is positioned from the AFDS FCC.
Auto mode : Flag in view if Airs peed Cursor signals, as determined by the AFDS FCC, are unrelia ble. AIRSPEED DIGITAL COUNTER
Digital dis play of indicated airs peed in knots. Warning flag covers the counter when the Airs peed Pointer and Airs peed Digital Counter are unrelia ble.
AIRSPEED MARKER ( bugs)
Positioned manually to the desired airs peed reference.
300 nautical miles maximum search for all DME stations
R adio distance magnetic indicator Warning Flag. Electrical Power lost or invalid DME receiver.
DME receiver powered, but not receiving a DME station, BEARING POINTER NO.1 or during Agility ±Tuning. WARNING FLAG VOR MODE - Power f ailure.
HEADING WARNING FLAG Selected com pass signal is invalid.
VHF NAV signal unrelia ble. ADF MODE - Power f ailure.
Power f ailure.
Signals to the VOR Bearing Pointers are not affected by the VHF NAV tr ansfer switch.
BEARING POINTER NO. 2 WARNING FLAG
NARROW POINTER ± Uses signals from the VHF NAV receiver No. 1 or ADF No. 1 receiver. WIDE POINTER ± Uses signals from VHF NAV receiver No. 2 when in VOR mode.
ADF No. 2 receiver not installed.
VOR MODE ± Power f ailure.
VHF NAV signal unrelia ble. ADF MODE ± Always in view. ADF NO. 2 not installed. ADF/VOR BEARING POINTER SWITCHES PRESS ± Selects ADF or VOR for the bearing pointer.
HYDRAULIC BRAKE PRESSURE INDICATOR Indicates accumulator precharge plus residual hydr aulic pressure prior to activation of any hydr aulic pum p.
Hydr aulic indicators Normal pressure ± 3000 psi.
Maximum pressure ± 3500 psi. Normal precharge ± 1000 psi.
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM PRESSURE INDICATOR Indicates hydr aulic system A and B pressure.
When both pum ps for a system are OFF, the res pective pointer reads zero. Normal pressure ± 3000 psi. Maximum pressure ± 3500 psi.
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM QUANTITY INDICATORS SYSTEM A ± F (full) 4.7 U.S. gallons
RFL (refill) 4.2 U.S. gallons. SYSTEM B ± F (full) 7.2 U.S. gallons
RFL (refill) 6.4 U.S. gallons.
Marker beacon lights MARKER BEACON LIGHTS AIRWAYS (white) ± Illuminates over an inner or airways marker beacon. AIRWAYS
MIDDLE (amber) ± Illuminates over a middle marker beacon. OUTER ( blue) ± Illuminates over an outer marker beacon.
indicator PULL UP WARNING LIGHT (red)
BELOW GLIDE SLOPE ALERT LIGHT (amber) ILLUMINATED ± Air plane is more than 1.3 dots below the glide slo pe. PRESS ± Inhibits or cancels below glide slo pe alerting if pressed while in the alerting area.
ILLUMINATED ± Indicates that one or more of the following conditions exist:
Excessive descent r ate Excessive terr ain closure r ate Altitude loss after takeoff or go-around Unsafe terr ain clear ance when not in the landing configur ation.
FLIGHT DIRECTOR COMMAND BARS (magenta)
Dis played when res pective FD switch is ON and valid command steering is availa ble or during automatic o per ation of the FD.
Blanked when the res pective FD switch is OFF, or command steering becomes invalid. GLIDESLOPE POINTER AND DEVATION SCALE
(magenta/white) FLIGHT MODE ANNUNCIATIONS
Pointer indicates glideslo pe position. Scale indicates deviation. Pointer is not dis played when the glideslo pe signal is unusa ble or when tr ack and the front course on the MCP differ by more than 90o ( back Course)
BANK INDICATOR AND SCALE (white)
PITCH LIMIT SYMBOL (yellow)
DECSION HEIGHT (green)
Indicates pitch attitude corres ponding to stick shaker activation with flaps extended.
Dis plays selected decision height as set on the EFIS control panel when r adio altitude is a bove 1000 feet AGL. Blank when negative DH is selected.
RADIO ALTITUDE (white)
Dis plays r adio altitude below 2,500 feet AGL. Blanked a bove 2,500 feet AGL.
AIRPLANE SYMBOL ( black with white outline)
Changes color from white to yellow when below selected DH on descent.
CURRENT MACH (white)
Changes to white when passing selected DH plus 75 feet during go-around, after touchdown or after pressing R ST Switch on EFIS Control Panel.
Dis played when MACH increases a bove .40 Mach. Dis play is blanked when Mach decreases below .38 Mach. GROUNDSPEED (white)
Dis plays FMC/IR S grounds peed in knots. LOCALIZER POINTER AND DEVIATION SCALE (magenta/white)
Pointer indicates localizer position. Scale indicates deviation. When LOC is engaged and deviation is slightly more than one half dot scale ex pands. Pointer is blanked when ILS LOC signal is too weak to be usa ble.
HORIZON LINE AND PITCH ANGLE SCALE (white) RISING RUNWAY (green)
Dis played when Localizer Pointer is in view and r adio altitude is valid. Rises towards air plane symbol when r adio altitude is below 200 feet AGL.
Auto pilot controls and indicators
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Auto pilot controls A/P and indicators
AUTOPILOT DISENGAGE LIGHT (red/amber)
Flashes red and tone sounds when auto pilot has disengaged. Can be reset by pressing either disengage light or either A/P disengage switch. Steady red if: Sta bilizer is out of trim below 800 feet on a dual channel approach. Altitude acquire mode is inhibited during an A/P go-around. (Sta bilizer not trimmed for a single A/P o per ation). Test switch is held in position 2. Failure of automatic ground system tests. Steady Amber when flight mode annunciator test switch held at position 1. Flashes Amber if A/P automatically reverts to CWS pitch or roll while in CMD. Resets when either light is pressed or another mode engaged.
Auto pilot controls A/T and indicators AUTOTHROTTLE DISENGAGEMENT LIGHT (red/amber) FLASHING RED: Autothrottle has disengaged. STEADY RED: When flight mode annunciator test switch is held at position at position 2. STEADY AMBER : When flight mode annunciator test switch is held at position 1. FLASHING AMBER : Indicates A/T airs peed error if s peed not held within +10 or ±5 knots of commanded s peed when all of following conditions exist: In Flight: Flaps not u p, A/T engaged in MCP SPD, or FMC SPD mode.
An automatic test of the A/T flashing amber function is performed if the A/T is engaged and following conditions exists: MCP SPD or FMC SPD is A/T active mode. More than 150 seconds after lift-off. Flaps Extended. A/T amber light flashes for 2 seconds, rem ains extinguished for 2 seconds and then flashes for 2 seconds again.
Auto pilot controls test and indicators
TEST SWITCH ± Spring loaded to center position. TEST 1 ± Illuminate steady amber. TEST 2 ± Illuminate Steady red.
Auto pilot controls fmc and indicators FMC ALERT LIGHT (amber) ILLUMINATED ±
The FAIL light on the CDU(s) is illuminated, or An alerting message exists for both CDU(s), or The TEST switch is in position 1 or 2.
ALT ALERT ALTITUDE ALERT ANNUNCIATION
One on each pilot¶s primar y dis play a bove altimeter. ILLUMINATED (amber) ± STEADY ± acquisition alert:
Within 900 feet from MCP ± selected altitude, ALT ALERT annunciation shows Momentar y tone also sounds Within 300 feet from MCP ± selected altitude, ALT ALERT annunciation no longer sounds FLASHING ± deviation alert:
Deviation more than 300 feet from MCP ± selected altitude, ALT ALERT annunciation flashes Momentar y tone also sounds Flashing continues until: Altitude deviation less than 300 feet, or Altitude deviation more than 900 feet, or New MCP altitude selected
MAGNETIC/TRUE REFERECENCE HEADING POINTER
CURRENT TRACK DISTANCE TO NEXT ACTIVE WAYPOINT
ESTIMATED TIME OF ARRIVAL AT NEXT ACTIVE WAYPOINT
SELECTED HEADING BUG
WEATHER RADAR RETURNS
ACTIVE LNAV ROUTE POSITION TREND VECTOR