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During normal operations:

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By switching ADIRS selector on ATT, available data are:

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Ground Speed and TAS shown on ND 2 are supplied by:

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There are ADMs (Air Data Modules) which convert pneumatic data from PITOT and STAT probes into numerical data for the ADIRUs.

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ADR 1 sends aerodynamic data to CAPT instruments and ADR 2 to F/O instruments. In case of ADR 1 or ADR 2 failure:

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Using RMP for selecting NAVAID is allowed:

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The ADIRU 3 receives information from:

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The ADIRU provides navigation information:

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Each ADIRU is divided in two parts. The ADR (Air Data Reference) and the IR (Inertial Reference). The ADR part supplies:

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The DME1 and DME2 displays are dashed when a fault is detected or data invalid.

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The DME1 and DME2 displays are blanked or dashed when a fault is detected or data invalid.

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The aircraft has two radio altimeters (RA). CAPT PFD displays the RA1 height, and the F/O PFD displays the RA2 height. If one RA fails, both PFDs display the height from the remaining RA.

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In normal operation, the NAVAIDS are tuned:

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In flight, an IR selector set on ATT, may we use again the NAV function?

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ADIRS panel - If the IR 1 FAULT flashing light comes on:

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The Radio Navigation Tuning may be automatic (FMGEC), manual (MCDU) or stand-by mode (RMP). What is the true statement about RMP:

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In normal operation, PFD 2 and ND 2 receive their data from the ADIRU 2. With the AIR DATA switch on F/O ON 3, displayed data come from:

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The loudspeaker announces 'RETARD':

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In case of RA 1 failure:

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In normal operation, heading information on the DDRMI, is coming from:

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In case of ADR 2 failure:

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In case of both FMGECs failure, ILS may be tuned on:

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Should PITOT STBY and STATIC STBY probes fail:

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ADIRS panel - If the IR 1 FAULT light comes on steady:

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Only one RMP can manage both ILS receivers:

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The reference altitude for callouts is always the radio height for both precision and non precision approaches.

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The reference altitude for callouts is the radio height for precision approaches (DH) and baro altitude (MDA/MDH) for non precision approaches.

ILS 1 and ILS 2 are available on:

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The information produced by the ADIRUs:

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During a turnaround, you notice that there is a residual groundspeed on both NDS. How do you correct this?

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In case of both FMGECs failure, VOR 2 may be tuned on:

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What are the possible modes of FMGEC operation?

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In ELEC EMER configuration, DDRMI displays:

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In EMER ELEC configuration, only the VOR1 or ADF1 are available, according to the position of the VOR1/ADF1 selector.

When the NAV key is on and the flight crew presses one of these STBY NAV keys, the ACTIVE window displays the frequency/channel to which that receiver is tuned. The green monitor light on the selected key comes on, and the one on the previously selected STBY NAV or COM key goes out.

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IR 1 sends inertial data to captain instruments and IR 2 to F/O instruments. In case of IR 1 or IR 2 failure:

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The Flight Management Guidance Envelope Computers (FMGECs) have three functions:

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Each ADIRU is divided in two parts. The ADR (Air Data Reference) and the IR (Inertial Reference). The IR part supplies:

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The 'ON BAT' light comes on for a few seconds. What does it mean?

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The ON BAT light also comes on for a few seconds at the beginning of a complete IRS alignment. The light does not come on in the case of a fast alignment.

ADIRS panel - If the ADR 2 FAULT light comes on steady. What does it mean?

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The Air Data and Inertial Reference System (ADIRS) supplies temperature, anemometric, barometric and inertial parameters to the EFIS system (PFD and ND) and to other user systems (FMGEC, FADEC, PRIM, SEC, FWC, SFCC, ATC, GPWS, etc.).

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Inertial data (TK/GS, PPOS, WIND, HDG) are available if ADIRS selector is on:

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Airbus A330 – Navigation