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The Air Data System (ADS) supplies the flight parameters to the aircraft systems. Inputs come from:

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The magenta pitch target marker appears when the TOGA switch is pushed. It indicates the required pitch angle for:

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The information displayed on the DUs is grouped into:

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When only one MFW is accessible (three or more DU failure, or battery power only), both pilots can access the MFW sequentially (one at a time).

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The Air Data System (ADS) uses _____. The ADSPs, AOA sensors, and the TAT probes are symmetrically installed on each side of the nose of the aircraft, below the flight deck windows.

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ADS malfunction messages are displayed on the EICAS page.

The rear pair of static ports provide static pressure for sideslip compensation and redundant sensing. Drain holes provide drainage for any trapped moisture.

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There are two Angle Of Attack (AOA) sensors installed on the aircraft, one on each side of the nose fuselage, just behind the corresponding pair of ADSPs. The static ports are also used to calculate Angle Of Attack (AOA). As the AOA changes, the pressure sensed at the different static ports also changes. The Air Data Smart Probe (ADSP) compares:

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The PFDs are displayed on DU 1 and DU 4. They occupy the full surface of the DU screen. During multiple DU failures or during reversion mode, the PFDs will be displayed one-third of the screen surface.

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During multiple DU failures or during reversion mode, the PFDs will be displayed on half of the screen surface.

To select and control a display, and to enter data, each pilot can use the:

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Pitch limit indicator - Pitch limits are calculated by the Fly-By-Wire (FBW) system. Pitch limits are indicated by _____ indicator for nose up and nose down.

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The Multi Function Windows (MFWs) can be configured by the flight crew to show:

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Integrated standby instrument (ISI) - An amber CROSS CHECK ATTITUDE message is displayed above the aircraft reference symbol when one of the conditions that follow occurs:

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The message flashes for 5 seconds and is then removed from the display.

Integrated standby instrument (ISI) - When the roll angle exceeds _____, the ISI displays a red double-lined chevron on the pitch ladder.

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The pitch chevron is positioned at the +30 degrees pitch line or the -20 degrees pitch pointing upward or downward and towards the horizon line.

The Integrated Standby Instrument (ISI) supplies the information necessary to fly the aircraft when _____ and no other display systems are available. The ISI is located on the main instrument panel.

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The default position of the EICAS page display is the right half of DU 2. If there is a malfunction of DU 2, the EICAS page is displayed on the left half of DU 3.

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When both PFDs use the same air data source, the source is displayed _____ on the PFD.

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Airbus A220 – Electronic Display