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MECHANICS / ELECTRICS & AVIONICS COURSE

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Under no circumstances should this document be used as a reference.
It will not be updated.
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GENERAL (A320)
** General Presentation (1) 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
** ECAM Page Presentation (1) 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GENERAL (A319)
** General Presentation (1) 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
** ECAM Page Presentation (1) 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GENERAL (A321)
** General Presentation (1) 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
** ECAM Page Presentation (1) 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PASSENGER DOORS
** Presentation (1) 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
** Operation from Inside (2) 35 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
** Operation from Outside (2) 39 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
** Emergency Operation (2) 43 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
** Slide Arming MECH Operation (2) 47 . . . . . . . . . . . . .
** Structure (3) 51 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
** Locking Mechanism Description (3) 55 . . . . . . . . . . .
** ESC Slide/Raft Control Mechanism Desc.(3) 61 . . .
** Damper/Emergency Cylinder Description (3) 69 . . .
** Components (3) 79 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EMERGENCY EXITS
** Doors Presentation (1) (A320) 89 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
** Doors Presentation (1) (A319) 99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
** Doors Presentation (1) (A321) 109 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
** Doors Operation (2) (A320/A319) 121 . . . . . . . . . . . .
** Doors Operation (2) (A321) 125 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
** Opening for Maintenance (2) (A320/A319) 129 . . . .
** Door Structure (3) 133 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
** Locking Mechanism Description(3)(320/319) 137 . .
** Locking Mechanism Description (3) (A321) 141 . . .
** Door Components (3) 145 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CARGO DOORS
** FWD & AFT Cargo Door Presentation (1) 149 . . . . . .
** Bulk Cargo Door Presentation (1) 161 . . . . . . . . . . .
** Normal Operation (2) 167 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
** Manual Operation (2) 171 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
** Bulk Cargo Door Operation (2) 175 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
** FWD and AFT Cargo Door Structure (3) 179 . . . . . . .
** FWD & AFT Cargo Door Locking MECH D/O (3) 183 . .
** Hydraulic System D/O (3) 191 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
** Hydraulic Actuator D/O (3) 215 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
** Cargo Doors Components (3) 223 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MISCELLANEOUS
** Doors Presentation (1) 235 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
** Door Indication & Warning D/O (3) 243 . . . . . . . . . .
** Doors Components (3) 253 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
SPECIFIC PAGES
** CFDS Specific Page Presentation (3) 257 . . . . . .
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Emergency Exits
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GENERAL
The aircraft is equipped with :
- Passenger doors,
- Emergency exits,
- Cargo doors,
- Bulk cargo door,
- Miscellaneous doors.
PASSENGER DOORS
There are four type 1 passenger doors located at the
ends of the passenger cabin : two on each side.
The passenger door dimensions are:
- 1.829 m x 0.813 m ( 72 in x 32 in ).
EMERGENCY EXITS
There are four type 3 emergency exits, two on each
side, located over the wings.
The emergency exit hatch sizes are:
- 1.2 m x 0.508 m ( 40.1 in x 20 in ).
CARGO DOORS
There are two cargo doors located on the lower right
side of the fuselage.
The cargo door dimensions are :
- 2.025 m x 1.855 m ( 80 in x 73 in ).
BULK CARGO DOOR
There is one bulk cargo door located on the right aft
side of the fuselage.
The size of the bulk cargo door is:
- 1.2 m x 0.94 m ( 47 in x 37 in ).
The bulk cargo door is optionally installed.
MISCELLANEOUS DOORS
There are four avionics bay access doors located at
the bottom of the nose section.
These doors are plug-type doors and open inwards.
FWD avionics bay access door :
- 0.559 m x 0.36 m ( 22 in x 14.5 in ).
LH avionics bay access door :
- 0.508 m x 0.439 m ( 20 in x 17.3 in ).
RH AFT avionics bay access door :
- 0.65 m x 0.444 m ( 25.6 in x 17.5 in ).
RH avionics bay access door :
- 0.762 m x 0.444 m ( 30 in x 17.5 in ).
A cockpit door separates the cockpit from the passenger
cabin.
The door can be mechanically latched in the closed
position.
A stairs door, optionally installed, covers the stairs
compartment when the stairs are in the stowed position.
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B - By one avionics access door.
C - By four avionics access doors.
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DOOR SYMBOLS
The door symbols are green when the corresponding doors
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DOOR INDICATIONS
Door indications appear amber when the corresponding
doors are not locked.
SLIDE INDICATIONS
Slide indications appear white when the corresponding
slides are armed.
When the slides are disarmed, nothing is shown.
When the doors are opened and slides disarmed, slide
indications are replaced by dashes.
ENTRANCE STAIRS
The stairs symbol is displayed in amber when stairs
door is not locked.
The indication XX appears when the stairs dooor status
is not available.
The stairs symbol is not displayed when the stairs are
retracted and locked.
Stairs are optionally installed.
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GENERAL
The aircraft is equipped with :
- Passenger doors,
- Emergency exits,
- Cargo doors,
- Miscellaneous doors.
PASSENGER DOORS
There are four type 1 passenger doors located at the
ends of the passenger cabin : two on each side.
The passenger door dimensions are:
- 1.829 m x 0.813 ( 72 in x 32 in ).
EMERGENCY EXITS
There are two type 3 emergency exits, one on each
side, located over the wings.
The emergency exit hatch sizes are :
- 1.2 m x 0.508 m ( 40.1 in x 20 in)
CARGO DOORS
There are two cargo doors located on the lower right
side of the fuselage.
The cargo door dimensions are :
- 2.025 m x 1.855 m ( 80 in x 73 in ).
MISCELLANEOUS DOORS
There are four avionics bay access doors located at
the bottom of the nose section.
These doors are plug-type doors and open inwards.
FWD avionics bay access door :
- 0.559 m x 0.36 m ( 22 in x 14.5 in ).
LH avionics bay access door :
- 0.508 m x 0.439 m ( 20 in x 17.3 in ).
RH AFT avionics bay access door :
- 0.65 m x 0.444 m ( 25.6 in x 17.5 in ).
RH avionics bay access door :
- 0.762 m x 0.444 m ( 30 in x 17.5 in ).
A cockpit door separates the cockpit from the passenger
cabin.
The door can be mechanically latched in the closed
position.
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How do you have access to the aircraft avionics
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DOOR SYMBOLS
The door symbols are green when the corresponding doors
are closed and locked, and amber when not locked.
DOOR INDICATIONS
Door indications appear amber when the corresponding
doors are not locked.
SLIDE INDICATIONS
Slide indications appear white when the corresponding
slides are armed.
When the slides are disarmed, nothing is shown.
When the doors are open and slides disarmed, slide
indications are replaced by dashes.
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Cabin Emergency Doors
Cargo Doors
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GENERAL
The door system consists of :
- Passenger doors,
- Cabin emergency doors,
- Cargo doors,
- Bulk cargo door,
- Miscellaneous doors.
PASSENGER DOORS
There are four passenger doors located at the ends of
the passenger cabin : two on each side.
Passenger doors are plug-type doors designed as type
1 emergency exits.
The passenger door dimensions are:
- 1.829 m ( 72 in ) in height.
- 0.813 m ( 32 in ) in width.
CABIN EMERGENCY DOORS
There are four type C emergency exits, located in
the center of the cabin.
Two of them are located forward of the wing area
and two behind the wing area.
They are of fail-safe, plug-type design.
The emergency exit sizes are :
- 1.854 m (73 in) x 0.762 m (30 in) for the FWD
L/H door.
- 1.524 m (60 in) x 0.762 m (30 in) for the FWD
R/H door and the two AFT doors.
The larger FWD L/H door may be used as a passenger
door.
CARGO DOORS
There are two cargo doors located on the lower right
side of the fuselage.
The cargo door dimensions are :
- 1.855 m x 2.025 m ( 73 x 80 in ).
BULK CARGO DOOR
There is one bulk cargo door located on the right aft
side of the fuselage.
The size of the bulk cargo door is :
1.2 m 0.94 (47 37 in.).
The bulk cargo door is optionally installed.
MISCELLANEOUS DOORS
There are four avionics compartment access doors
located at the bottom of the nose section.
These doors are plug-type doors and open inwards.
FWD avionics compartment access door :
- 0.559 m x 0.36 m ( 22 in x 14.5 in ).
LH avionics compartment access door :
- 0.508 m x 0.439 m ( 20 in x 17.3 in ).
RH AFT avionics compartment access door :
- 0.65 x 0.444 m ( 25.6 in x 17.5 in ).
RH avionics compartment access door :
- 0.762 m x 0.444 m ( 30 in x 17.5 in ).
A cockpit door separates the cockpit from the passenger
cabin.
The door can be mechanically latched in the closed
position.
A stairs door, optionally installed, covers the stairs
compartment when the stairs are in the stowed position.
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DOOR SYMBOLS
The door symbols are green when the corresponding doors
are closed and locked, and amber when not locked.
The door symbols are also amber in case of warning.
DOOR INDICATIONS
Door indications appear amber when the corresponding
doors are not locked.
The door indications are also amber in case of warning.
SLIDE INDICATIONS
Slide indication appears white when the corresponding
slide is armed.
When the slides are disarmed, nothing is shown on the
ECAM page.
When the doors are opened and slides disarmed, slide
indications are replaced by dashes on the ECAM page.
ENTRANCE STAIRS
The stairs symbol is displayed in amber when stairs
door is not locked.
The indication xx appears when the stairs door status
is not available.
The stairs symbol is not displayed when the stairs are
retracted and locked.
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Structure
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GENERAL
The doors are type 1 passenger/crew doors.
They are of fail-safe plug-type construction.
The doors unlock inwards, then move upwards, outwards
and forward parallel to the fuselage.
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STRUCTURE
Each side edge of the door is fitted with adjustable
door stop fittings and guide rollers.
A viewing prism window allows the cabin pressure
warning light to be seen.
The doors seal consists of a rubber extrusion with
spaced pressurization holes.
ATTACHMENTS
The door is supported by the support arm and maintained
parallel to the fuselage by guide arms.
The door is attached to the support arm by means of
upper and lower connection links.
The lower connection link is the lifting lever.
A door stay mechanism, installed in the support arm,
locks the door in the fully open position.
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LOCKING SYSTEM
The door is locked by a hook located at the top of the
door.
One inner handle and one outer handle operate the
door locking mechanism.
The shafts of these handles are coupled via a gearbox,
so that when the inner handle is operated, the outer
handle does not move.
EMERGENCY OPENING SYSTEM
The emergency opening system consists of an emergency
control handle controlling the girt bar, a
damper/emergency operation cylinder, and an escape
slide /raft packed in a container fitted at the bottom
of the door.
-In "DISARMED" mode, the girt bar is locked on the
door and the damper/emergency operation cylinder damps
the door movements.
-In "ARMED" mode, the girt bar is locked on the
fuselage, and the damper/emergency operation
cylinder is powered by a gas bottle to open the door
automatically and to deploy the escape slide/raft.
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INDICATING
Different kinds of indicating systems are fitted to
the door:
- a mechanical indicating system.
- an electrical indicating system.
- a "ARMED" girt bar visual indicator.
- ARMED/DISARMED indication placards.
Mechanical indicating :
- a visual indicator on the top of the door shows
if the door is LOCKED or UNLOCKED.
- a visual indicator on the slide arming lever
shows if the girt bar is in the ARMED or in
the DISARMED position.
Electrical indicating :
- Two warning lights are located below the door
window.
- They are visible from the inside and the
outside.
When a person tries to open the door :
- The white SLIDE ARMED light indicates that the
escape slide is in the ARMED mode.
- The red CABIN PRESSURE light flashes when there
is residual pressure in the cabin with slide
disarmed and engines not running.
Girt bar visual indicator :
- On the floor, there is an "ARMED" label to show
the armed position of the girt bar.
ARMED/DISARMED indication placards.
- There are two labels near the slide arming
lever, to avoid forgetting to disarm the
door before opening.
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SELF EXAMINATION
The passenger door is maintained parallel to the
fuselage by :
A - The guide arms.
B - The support arms.
C - The upper and lower connection links.
How is the operator warned, when there is residual
pressure in the cabin ?
A - By a white flashing light
B - By a red flashing light.
C - By an amber flashing light.
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Normal Closing
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PASSENGER DOORS/OPERATION FROM INSIDE
NORMAL OPENING
Before normal door opening:
- check that the arming lever is in the disarmed
position,
- check that the cabin pressure indicator is not
flashing,
- hold the assist handle on the door frame,
- lift the door control handle fully up,
- push the door outward,
- move the door forward by using the door assist handle.
The door locks when it is in fully open position.
NORMAL CLOSING
For closing:
- push the gust lock and move the door rearward towards
the frame,
- with the help of the door assist handle pull the
door in,
- lower the control handle.
The locking indicator turns from red to green which
indicates correct locking.
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WARNING When the door is opened from outside the
evacuation system is disarmed automatically.
Do not open the passenger/crew door if the
wind speed is more than 65 kts.
Do not open pressure sealed doors when the
aircraft is pressurized( fully or not fully ).
This will cause explosive decompression, kill
or cause injury to persons and cause damage
to the aircraft.
Stop the opening procedure if the red warning
light flashes.
Residual pressure could cause the door to open
with a sudden force and injure persons and/
or damage the aircraft.
OPENING
- Labels next to the exterior handle indicate how to
open the door from the outside.
- Check through the observation window that the cabin
pressure indicator does not flash.
Push the flap in and grasp the handle, lift it fully
up to the horizontal green line.
- Pull the door outward and push forward until it locks
in the fully open position.
- For safety reasons, lower the handle into its recess.
CLOSING
- Prior to closing, push the gust lock to unlock the
door.
- lift the control handle and move the door towards
the frame.
- Push the door in and lower the control handle.
The door is locked when the handle is flush with the
fuselage.
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EMERGENCY OPENING
- In case of emergency opening, check that the arming
lever is in the armed position.
- Hold the frame assist handle.
- Check the conditions outside.
- Pull the door control handle rapidly fully up and
release it.
- Door opens and locks automatically.
- Protect the exit until safe for evacuation.
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ARMING
- In order to arm the evacuation device, the safety
pin with the red flag must be removed and stored away.
- Push the arming control lever down.
The red ARMED/green DISARMED indicator must show ARMED.
Opening an armed door from outside:
- If someone opens the armed door from the outside,
by moving up the exterior control handle, the slide
arming lever moves automatically to the disarmed
position, which avoids accidental slide deployment.
DISARMING
- To disarm the door, lift the arming control lever
fully up. The ARMED-DISARMED indicator must be green
and indicate DISARMED.
- Install the safety pin with the red flag to avoid
inadvertent movement of the arming lever.
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CONTENTS:
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LONGERONS
The horizontal longerons, vertical frame segments,
outer skin edge members and inner skin are riveted
together.
DOOR STOPS
The loads resulting from the cabin pressure are
transmitted by adjustable stop fittings to the door
frame and to the fuselage.
GUIDE ROLLER
The guide rollers mounted on the door frame, and the
guide ramps mounted on the fuselage frame block the
door in the closed position.
The guide rollers engage in a ramp to direct the travel
path of the door during lowering operation.
SEAL
The door seal consists of a rubber extrusion with
equally spaced pressurization holes.The door seal is
installed around the edge of the door, and a sealing
section is fitted to on the door frame.
WINDOW
The observation window enables the door warning light
to be seen from the outside.
An observation window is installed on the door.
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CONTENTS:
Locking Hook
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Spring Rod
Lowering Shaft
Emergency Control Handle
Gear Box
Disarming Mechanism
Lifting Lever
Torsion Bar Spring
Girt Bar
Self Examination
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LOCKING HOOK
The locking hook engages on a roller mounted on the
door frames.
The door is locked by a hook.
SAFETY PIN
A safety pin blocks the door even if a double mechanical
failure in the locking mechanism and the lifting
mechanism occurs.
The safety pin prevents any upward door movement.
LOCKING SHAFT
The locking shaft is locked in an over centered
position.
An arm on the locking shaft forms the visual locking
indicator.
The locking shaft is connected to the hook by a rod
and bellcrank.
SPRING ROD
The overcentered position is maintained by a clearance
even if structural deformation occurs.
A spring rod maintains the locking shaft in an
overcentered position.
LOWERING SHAFT
The door cannot be lowered in the open position while
beyond the door frame.
The lowering shaft mechanism locks the control handle
to prevent the door from being lowered when not in
contact with the door sill.
EMERGENCY CONTROL HANDLE
The emergency control handle is located far from the
inner control handle.
It is connected via rods and levers to the girt bar
actuating mechanism.
GEAR BOX
The shaft of the door central handles is coupled via
a gear box so that the outer-handle will not move when
the door is lifted by operation of the inner handle.
The gear box is connected by rods to the locking shaft
and lifting lever.
DISARMING MECHANISM
When the outer control handle is operated, the release
mechanism of the emergency escape slide/raft is
returned to the "disarmed" position.
A cam disk and a roller connect the emergency control
handle and the outer control handle.
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LIFTING LEVER
The door moves upwards until it clears the stop fitting
and then moves outwards.
The lifting lever connected, to the support arm which
acts as a fixed point, and to the control mechanism
mounted on the movable door, transmits a lifting
movement to the door.
TORSION BAR SPRING
A torsion bar spring compensates the weight of the
door.
GIRT BAR
The escape slide/raft is fastened to the girt bar.
The emergency control handle is connected to the girt
bar.
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Which device blocks the outer control handle during
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A - The control handle gearbox.
B - The safety pin.
C - The lifting mechanism.
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CONTENTS:
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Automatic Disarming
Disarmed Position
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DESCRIPTION
Here are the main components of the escape slide/raft
mechanism.
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CONTROL MECHANISM
The control mechanism includes the control handle, the
bellcrank and the flexible control.
The girt bar assembly which is connected to a flexible
control is operated via the control handle and a
bellcrank.
AUTOMATIC DISARMING
A cam disk and a roller attach the escape slide/raft
control lever to the exterior control handle in order
to disarm the system automatically if the door is
opened from the outside opening.
DISARMED POSITION
When the lever is in the DISARMED position, the girt
bar remains part of the door when it is opened.
When the arming lever is set to the DISARMED position,
the girt bar remains in the telescopic fork.
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ARMED POSITION
In this case, the girt bar remains part of the floor
when the door is opened in an emergency situation.
When the arming lever is set to ARMED, the girt bar
slides towards the girt bar fitting, and the emergency
operation cylinder percussion lever is moved to door
emergency configuration.
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How can the door be opened from the outside when
the arming lever is set in the ARMED position ?
A - The arming lever must be set to DISARMED.
B - The door cannot be opened from the
outside in such a configuration.
C - An installation containing a cam disk
and a roller disarms the system
automatically.
What happens when the arming lever is set to the
ARMED position ?
A - The girt bar stays attached to the cabin
floor.
B - The girt bar slides towards the
telescopic fork.
C - The telescopic fork slides towards the
girt bar fitting.
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CONTENTS:
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Door Damper Function
Emergency Function
Cylinder Deactivation
Cylinder Activation
Servicing
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GENERAL
The Damper and Emergency Operation Cylinder, located
on the support arm, damps door movement during opening
and closing sequences.
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DOOR DAMPER FUNCTION
The door damper cylinder function is to damp door
movement during opening and closing, in windy
conditions for example.
Damping is ensured by hydraulic fluid passing through
a restrictor as the operating rods extends or retracts.
EMERGENCY FUNCTION
The damper and emergency operation cylinder form an
emergency actuator that assists the opening of the
door in emergency conditions.
When opened in an emergency situation, the operating
percussion lever allows the nitrogen bottle pressure
to act upon the piston to push it out.
NOTE: The door can be closed after an emergency
opening.
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CYLINDER DEACTIVATION
Several tasks have to be carried out to deactivate the
door damper cylinder.
To disarm the system :
- the safety pin must be installed,
- cut and discard the lockwire,
- loosen the knurled screw,
- pull the operating striker lever to the rear
to disarm it,
- tighten the knurled screw.
CYLINDER ACTIVATION
Several tasks have to be carried out to activate the
door damper cylinder.
To activate the system :
- loosen the knurled screw,
- push the operating striker lever to the front
to arm it,
- tighten the knurled screw,
- safety the knurled screw with the lockwire,
- remove the safety pin.
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SERVICING
After an emergency operation of the door, the nitrogen
bottle has to be bled, using the filling valve.
Remove the broken pieces of the shear pin and the
damaged diaphragm after an emergency operation.
Install a new shear pin and a new diaphragm.
NOTE: To fill the nitrogen bottle, take into account
the temperature and pressure chart values, if
the DAMPER/EMERGENCY CYLINDER is not equipped
with a temperature compensated pressure
indicator.
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What is the purpose of the damper nitrogen bottle
and Emergency Operation Cylinder ?
A - To damp door opening and closing.
B - To assist in opening and closing the
door.
C - To damp door opening / closing and to
pressurize the cylinder in case of an
emergency opening.
Which maintenance task must be performed after an
emergency opening ?
A - The operating striker lever has to be
replaced.
B - The diaphragm, in the mechanism housing,
and the shear pin must be replaced.
C - The nitrogen bottle has to be replaced.
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Damper/Emergency Operation Cylinder
Hook Proximity Switch
Locking Shaft Proximity Switch
Slide Armed Proximity Switch
Indicator Light
Pressure Switch
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GENERAL PRESENTATION
The aircraft is provided with four type 1 passenger
doors, two on the left side of the fuselage and two
on the right side.
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IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 1500WN/1501WN
LOCATION
ZONE: 831/841 FWD
832/842 AFT
HOOK PROXIMITY SWITCH
IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 11WV1/11WV2 FWD
15WV1/15WV2 AFT
LOCATION
ZONE: 221/222
261/261
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LOCKING SHAFT PROXIMITY SWITCH
IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 13WV1/13WV2 FWD
17WV1/17WV2 AFT
LOCATION
ZONE: 831/841
832/842
SLIDE ARMED PROXIMITY SWITCH
IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 4WN1/4WN2 FWD
7WN1/7WN2 AFT
LOCATION
ZONE: 831/841
832/842
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INDICATOR LIGHT
All the slide ARMED boxes are interchangeable.
IDENTIFICATION
FIN: SLIDE ARMED
1WN1 FWD L DOOR
1WN2 FWD R DOOR
3WN1 AFT L DOOR
3WN2 AFT R DOOR
FIN: CABIN PRESSURE
16WN1 FWD L DOOR
16WN2 FWD R DOOR
17WN1 AFT L DOOR
17WN2 AFT R DOOR
LOCATION
ZONE: 831/841 FWD
832/842 AFT
PRESSURE SWITCH
IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 14WN
LOCATION
ZONE: 122
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CONTENTS:
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Pivot Fittings
Locking Mechanism
Escape Slide Release Mechanism
Warning
Grip Mould
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GENERAL
Two emergency exits are provided on each side of the
center fuselage over the wings.
These emergency exits are classified as type 3 exits.
They are plug-in type hatches, which can be opened
both from the inside and the outside of the aircraft.
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PIVOT FITTINGS
Two upper rollers and two lower pivot fittings ensure
the centering of the door during closing.
The door is supported in the exit opening by two lower
pivot fittings which engage with the lower pivot hooks.
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LOCKING MECHANISM
The two parts of the locking mechanism are the locking
shaft unit and the control handle.
They are installed in the upper section of the door.
The locking shaft unit includes the two locking hooks
and the locking shaft.
The pull lever and the flush panel of the control
handle operate the locking mechanism.
Pushing the flush panel on the outside moves the pull
lever down and operates the locking shaft unit.
ESCAPE SLIDE RELEASE MECHANISM
The escape slide release mechanism consists of two
different portions, a hatch mounted portion and a
fuselage mounted portion.
A latch pin allows the release mechanism to be manually
disarmed.
The doors are equipped with an automatical slide
release mechanism.
Opening of the emergency exit from inside or outside
automatically releases the emergency escape slide.
If the automatic slide activation fails, the slide can
be released manually using the manual release handle.
The escape slide container is located in the wing
fairing.
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Accidental opening of the cover flap for access to the
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white indication light.
A proximity switch monitors the ARMED/DISARMED
position of the latch pin and sends a signal to the
ECAM system.
GRIP MOULD
A grip mould housed in the door lining facilitates
door operation.
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One emergency exit is provided on each side of the
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These emergency exits are classified as type 3 exits.
They are plug-in type hatches, which can be opened
both from the inside and the outside of the aircraft.
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Two upper rollers and two lower pivot fittings ensure
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The door is supported in the exit opening by two lower
pivot fittings which engage with the lower pivot hooks.
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LOCKING MECHANISM
The two parts of the locking mechanism are the locking
shaft unit and the control handle.
They are installed in the upper section of the door.
The locking shaft unit includes the two locking hooks
and the locking shaft.
The pull lever and the flush panel of the control
handle operate the locking mechanism.
Pushing the flush panel on the outside moves the pull
lever down and operates the locking shaft unit.
ESCAPE SLIDE RELEASE MECHANISM
The escape slide release mechanism consists of two
different portions, a hatch mounted portion and a
fuselage mounted portion.
A latch pin allows the release mechanism to be manually
disarmed.
The doors are equipped with an automatical slide
release mechanism.
Opening of the emergency exit from inside or outside
automatically releases the emergency escape slide.
If the automatic slide activation fails, the slide can
be released manually using the manual release handle.
The escape slide container is located in the wing
fairing.
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Accidental opening of the cover flap for access to the
inner control handle will automatically activate the
white indication light.
A proximity switch monitors the ARMED/DISARMED
position of the latch pin and sends a signal to the
ECAM system.
GRIP MOULD
A grip mould housed in the door lining facilitates
door operation.
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The emergency doors are designed as type C
passenger/crew doors.
They are of the fail safe and plug-type construction
and they are similar to passenger doors in function.
The doors unlock inwards, then upwards, open outwards
and move forward, parallel to the fuselage.
The various items covered are :
- Structure,
- Attachments,
- Locking system,
- Emergency system,
- Indicating.
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Each side edge of the door is fitted with adjustable
door stop fittings and guide rollers.
A viewing prism window, equipped with a window shade,
allows the inside mounted cabin pressure warning light
to be seen.
The door seal consists of a rubber extrusion with
spaced pressurization holes.
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The door is supported by the support arm and maintained
parallel to the fuselage by guide arms.
The door is attached to the support arm by two
connection forks. The support arm is linked to the
fuselage by two hinge fittings.
A door stay mechanism, installed in the support arm,
locks the door in the fully open position.
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The door is locked by a hook located at the top of
the door.
Door locking is monitored on the ECAM by proximity
switches.
One inner handle and one outer handle operate the door
locking mechanism.
The shafts of these handles are coupled via a control
mechanism which disarms the slide release mechanism
when the outer handle is moved.
It also prevents the operation of the outer handle if
the inner handle is moved.
EMERGENCY SYSTEM
The emergency system consists of a slide control handle
controlling the escape slide release mechanism, a
damper and emergency operation cylinder, an escape
slide/raft packed in a container fitted in the fuselage
under the door and an inflation reservoir located above
the door.
- In DISARMED mode, the damper and emergency
operation cylinder damps the door movements.
- In ARMED mode, the damper and emergency
operation cylinder powered by a gas bottle
opens the door automatically.
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For safe operation, two different kinds of indicating
systems are fitted to the door :
- a electrical indicating system.
- an mechanical indicating system.
- ARMED/DISARMED indication placards.
Electrical indicating :
- The warning lights are located below the door
window. They are visible, from the inside or
the outside, through the window.
When a person tries to open the door :
- The white light comes on if the escape slide
is in the ARMED mode.
- The red CABIN PRESSURE light flashes when there
is residual pressure in the cabin with slide
disarmed and engines not running.
Mechanical indicating :
- A visual indicator on the top of the door shows
if the door is LOCKED or UNLOCKED.
- A visual indicator above the slide control
handle shows if the escape slide control
mechanism is in the ARMED or in the DISARMED
position.
ARMED/DISARMED indication placards
- There are two labels near the slide control
handle, to avoid forgetting to disarm the
door before opening.
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When does the damper and emergency operation
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A - When the slide control handle is in
"DISARMED" position.
B - When the door is fully closed.
C - When the arming lever is in the "ARMED"
position.
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NOTE : In this module the EMERGENCY EXITS / DOORS
OPERATION is described on the A320 but the
principle is the same for the A319.
OPERATION
Two emergency exits are located over each wing.
The exits can be opened from the outside and the inside.
Inside opening instructions are placarded on the exit
frame.
To open an exit, the cover flap must be removed.
The "slide armed" indicator illuminates white
immediately.
To unlock the latch mechanism, the control handle must
be used.
Pull down the control handle and pull exit top inwards.
With free hand grasp the lower grip mould and lift
exit.
Turn exit inward and throw it out away from opening.
Should the exit opening not initialize the automatic
slide deployment, the red handle must be pulled for
manual deployment.
If a ditching line is provided, it has to be fixed to
the yellow fittings located in the exit frame and on
the wing.
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DESCRIPTION/OPERATION
For the evacuation of the passengers, there are four
emergency exit doors as well as four regular
passenger/crew doors.
Two emergency exit doors are installed on each side
of the cabin, two forward of the wing leading edge and
two aft of the wing trailing edge.
The operation is similar to that of the normal
passenger doors.
The forward left emergency exit door is larger in size
than the others and is known as a 73" door.
The three other emergency exits doors are 60" doors.
Door operation from outside or inside and in emergency
is identical for all the emergency doors.
The emergency exit door is installed with a support
arm and two guide arms which maintain door parallel
to the fuselage in operation.
The door mechanism is manually operated, it locks and
keeps the door in the safety closed position.
It also unlocks and lifts the door before you can move
the unlocked door to the open position.
The primary components of the door locking mechanism
are:
- The door handle mechanism.
- The locking shaft mechanism.
- The balance mechanism.
- The lifting mechanism.
The lifting mechanism will lock, unlock the door and
operate the lifting mechanism.
This moves the door up so that the lateral guide rollers
come free from the fuselage guide fittings.
A balance mechanism decreases the force necessary to
operate the lifting mechanism.
The door moves inwards, upwards and forward parallel
to the fuselage and is locked by a mechanical lock in
the open position.
The door lock open mechanism is intalled on the support
arm.
To close the door, operate the release button so that
the spring-loaded linkage releases the locking hook.
The escape slide-release mechanism operates the
automatic inflation system. There are two modes:
- The DISARMED MODE for normal door operation.
- The ARMED MODE for the emergency door
operation.
The DISARMED MODE allows the door to be manually opened
without escape slide operation.
When the door is opened from the inside of the cabin
in the ARMED MODE the emergency operation cylinder
releases nitrogen to assist the door into its fully
open position.
The cylinder is shown in maintenance position with the
safety pin installed.
The escape slide-release mechanism operates the
automatic inflation system to inflate the escape slide
installed below the door.
When the door is unlocked from the outside in the ARMED
MODE the escape slide-release mechanism is
automatically DISARMED.
The door damper hydraulically limits the speed of the
door under normal operation conditions.
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DESCRIPTION/OPERATION
Under emergency conditions the door damper acts as an
actuator to open the door rapidly.
To initiate emergency operation, the release lever
is raised by the upward movement of the door.
The percussion mechanism breaks the diaphragm of the
pressure accumulator and causes the nitrogen gas from
the pressure accumulator to extend the actuator piston
rod.
A pressure gauge and pressure switch are mounted on
the pressure accumulator.
The pressure gauge has a red, yellow and green
indicator area to show the actual pressure in the gas
cylinder. The pressure switch relays a signal to the
CIDS if pressure is low.
Two proximity switches monitor the locked/unlocked
condition and the DISARMED/ARMED condition of the door.
One proximity sensor, which is part of the Escape
Slide-Warning system, transmits a signal to the ECAM
system. It gives a warning in the cockpit on the LOWER
ECAM display panel when a door is opened in the ARMED
MODE.
At the same time the white indicator light SLIDE ARMED
located near the door window comes on.
The other proximity sensor is part of the door warning
system and also transmits a signal to the ECAM system,
it shows on the lower ECAM display panel, when door
is unlocked.
An additional proximity sensor and target is installed
in the fuselage above the door.
This sensor is part of the Door Warning System and
monitors the OPEN/CLOSE position on the ECAM page.
Here is the door ECAM page, Door 1LH side is locked
and slide armed.
All the doors in green are locked and those in amber
are open.
The red warning light CABIN PRESSURE near the window
flashes on ground if the door is in Disarmed Mode and
there is a difference between the inside and outside
pressure with the two engines off.
Now we will show the Emergency Exit Door in more detail.
The structural door components are made of aluminium
alloy, they are riveted together to give the door its
rigidity.
Integrated in the door skin is exterior handle and
window. The door has two hoisting points integrated
in the frame segments above the door center line.
The door seal is an extruded rubber seal profile with
equally spaced pressurization holes.
When the cabin is pressurized, the door seal inflates
and makes the door pressure-tight
Blankets are installed in the interspace of the primary
structure for sound and thermal protection.
They are attached with velcro tapes on the inner face
of the outer skin.
The primary components of the escape slide-release
mechanism are:
- The Arm/Disarm Unit.
- The release assembly.
Here is the operation of the components.
The door stop assemblies include the adjustable stops
and the stop fittings.
The guide assembly contains the guide rollers and the
guide fittings.
Here we see its operation during door movement.
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Opening For Maintenance
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NOTE : In this module the EMERGENCY EXIT / OPENING FOR
MAINTENANCE is described on the A320 but the
principle is the same for the A319.
OPENING FOR MAINTENANCE
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE LOCKPIN ASSEMBLY IS
CORRECTLY INSTALLED IN THE OPERATING HEAD
OF THE INFLATION RESERVOIR. IT PREVENTS AN
ACCIDENTAL EXTENSION OF THE OFFWING ESCAPE
SLIDE.
To open one of the two emergency exit hatches from the
outside, a red panel has to be pushed in, the door
falls into the cabin and activates the escape slide
release mechanism.
To open one of the two emergency exit hatches from the
inside, pull down the cover flap from the recess.
A slide armed indicator comes on to show that the
escape slide release mechanism is in the armed
configuration.
To disarm the mechanism, turn the retractable pin a
quarter turn anticlockwise.
This is confirmed by the extinguishing of the slide
armed indicator.
Pull the lever of the hatch control handle to the down
position.
Carefully let the top of the hatch fall inwards so
that it comes clear of the structure.
Take the lower handle and pull the hatch from the
recess.
A red manual handle can be used to activate the escape
slide release mechanism manually.
Install a rigging pin in the provision of the hatch
frame.
A ditching line attachment point housed in the door
frame, and a dual point on the wing upper surface
enable the ditching line to be connected.
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CONTENTS:
Outer Skin
Inner Skin
Edge Members
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Frame Segments
Stop Profiles
Window
Seal
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OUTER SKIN
The emergency exit hatch incorporates an aluminium
alloy chemically etched outer skin.
INNER SKIN
It includes an aluminium alloy formed sheet metal inner
skin.
EDGE MEMBERS
It includes aluminium alloy formed sheet metal vertical
and horizontal edge members.
HORIZONTAL BEAMS
It incorporates aluminium alloy formed sheet metal
horizontal beams.
FRAME SEGMENTS
It includes aluminium alloy formed sheet vertical frame
segments.
STOP PROFILES
When the passenger compartment is pressurized, the
loads are taken by the two extruded stop profiles which
are riveted to the vertical edge members.
At the vertical stop profiles, the retaining channel
is integrated in the extruded parts.
WINDOW
The structure includes an aluminium alloy forged
passenger window frame.
SEAL
The seal is retained by a formed sheet metal retaining
channel, which is riveted to the hatch structure.
The hatch seal is a fabric reinforced silicone rubber
lip-type seal.
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CONTENTS:
Slide Release Mechanism
Locking Shaft Unit
Control Handles
Locking Hooks
Lower Roller
Lateral Guide
Self Examination
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SLIDE RELEASE MECHANISM
The guide pin locks the spring loaded latch pin in its
armed position ( latch pin extended ), and in its
disarmed position ( latch pin retracted ).
The slide release mechanism includes the guiding
fitting, the spring and the latch pin.
For maintenance purposes, the latch pin can be disarmed
by turning it counter-clockwise.
LOCKING SHAFT UNIT
The locking shaft unit includes the two locking hooks
and the locking shaft.
A connection rod attaches the hatch handle to the
locking shaft.
CONTROL HANDLES
The hatch control handle has two tension springs which
retain the handle in the up position.
When the hatch control is released, the connection
causes a movement of the locking shaft unit.
LOCKING HOOKS
Inside or outside operation of the control handles
locks or unlocks the hatch.
When the emergency exit hatch is correctly locked, the
locked hooks engage in the upper roller fittings.
LOWER ROLLER
The lower rollers put the emergency exit hatch in line
with the fuselage during the installation.
The lower roller brackets, attached on the hatch bottom
beam, engage in their pivot fitting.
LATERAL GUIDE
The lateral guides put the hatch in the center position
during the installation.
A lateral guide fitting is attached on each vertical
edge member of the emergency exit hatch.
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How is the latch pin released for maintenance
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A - By operating the outer control handle.
B - By retracting the latch pin.
C - By setting the disarming control handle
to DISARMED.
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CONTENTS:
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Door Handle Mechanism
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Balance Mechanism
Lifting Mechanism
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GENERAL
The door locking mechanism, which is manually operated,
locks and keeps the door in the safety closed position,
and lifts it when the door is moved to the open
position.
It is composed of:
- the door handle mechanism,
- the locking shaft mechanism,
- the balance mechanism,
- the lifting mechanism.
DOOR HANDLE MECHANISM
The door handle mechanism is composed of the inboard
handle assembly and the outboard handle assembly.
The inboard handle and the outboard handle are
connected to the internal control shaft and operate
the locking shaft mechanism and the lifting mechanism.
The control mechanism disarms the slide release
mechanism when the external handle is moved.
LOCKING SHAFT MECHANISM
The locking shaft is locked in an overcentered
position. An arm on the locking shaft forms the visual
locking indicator. The locking shaft is connected to
the locking hook by a connection rod.
A spring unit is installed between the twin lever and
the door structure.
It makes sure that the locking shaft mechanism is
always in the overcentered position.
BALANCE MECHANISM
The balance mechanism is installed in the lower section
of the door.
It is composed of the torsion bar assembly, the
pretension unit and the connection rod.
LIFTING MECHANISM
The lifting mechanism is installed in the lower section
of the door.
It is composed of the lifting shaft assembly, the door
detent shaft and the adjustment lever unit.
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Which device makes sure that the locking shaft
mechanism is always in the overcentered position?
A - The spring unit.
B - The control mechanism.
C - The locking hook.
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CONTENTS:
General Presentation
Slide Armed/Disarmed Proximity Switch
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Indicator Light
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SLIDE ARMED/DISARMED PROXIMITY SWITCH
IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 5WN1 FWD, 5WN2 FWD,
6WN1 AFT, 6WN2 AFT
LOCATION
ZONE: 241, 242
HANDLE COVER FLAP PROXIMITY SWITCH
IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 19WV1 FWD, 19WV2 FWD,
21WV1 AFT, 21WV2 AFT
LOCATION
ZONE: 241, 242
INDICATOR LIGHT
IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 2WN1, 2WN2
LOCATION
ZONE: 241, 242
All the SLIDE ARMED boxes are interchangeable.
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CONTENTS:
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Structure
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Indicating
Size And Weight
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GENERAL
The cargo compartment doors installed on the lower
right-hand side of the fuselage provide access to the
forward and aft cargo compartments.
The FWD and AFT cargo doors open outwards and upwards
from the fuselage.
They are manually locked and unlocked but hydraulically
operated.
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STRUCTURE
The door is fixed to the aircraft structure by
piano hinges.
At the bottom the door is locked on the sill by six
locking hooks.
The door seal around the door inflates when
pressurization is available.
The vent door balances the difference of the
pressure between the cargo compartment and the
outside, when it is being opened.
LOCKING SYSTEM
The operating handle drives the locking hooks, the
safety mechanism (vent door), the drift pin and
interlock mechanism and the door warning system.
The locking handle operates the hooks which secure the
door to the door frame.
Each hook is equipped with individual locking
indicators which are seen through indication windows.
Cargo door locking is monitored on the ECAM by
proximity switches.
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HYDRAULIC OPERATION
The cargo door actuators are supplied by the yellow
hydraulic system.
Normal operation :
- Turning the manual selector valve to the
required position, sends a signal through LGCIU
to a time relay, which energizes the electro
selector valve, and to the yellow electric
pump, which pressurizes the door hydraulic
system for the door to operate.
Manual operation :
- It is performed by setting the manual selector
valve to open or closed and using the hand
pump.
Wind velocity limitations have to be observed.
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Different kinds of indicating systems are fitted:
- a mechanical indicating system.
- an electrical indicating system.
- a cargo door opening placard.
Mechanical indicating :
In the access panel at the bottom of the door, there
are indication windows to check if the door is
correctly locked :
- red marks : door not correctly locked.
- green marks : door correctly locked.
Electrical indicating :
- When the door is fully open and locked, a green
indicator light comes on, on the control panel.
Cargo door opening placard
- a placard is placed on the FWD and AFT
cargo door adjacent to the door handle.
It warms about violent door opening in case
of residual cabin pressure.
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SIZE AND WEIGHT
The FWD and AFT cargo doors are equivalent but they
are not interchangeable because of different
electrical pin connections of the door plug.
The weight of each door is 116 kg (255.7 lbs).
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What does the green light fitted near the manual
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A - The yellow hydraulic pressure is
available to operate the door.
B - The door is fully open and locked.
C - The door is correctly unlatched and
unlocked.
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Description
Operation
Self Examination
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SIZE AND WEIGHT
The bulk cargo door (plug-type) is installed on the
lower right side.
The weight of the door is 32.2 kgs (71 lbs).
DESCRIPTION
The bulk cargo door is manually operated and gives
access to the bulk cargo compartment.
The bulk cargo door opens inward and upward, and a
hook arrester safeties it in the fully open position.
A balance mechanism decreases the force necessary to
open the bulk door and to keep the door open when it
is not uplocked.
The locking mechanism is installed in the lower section
of the bulk cargo.
It consists of:
- door handle,
- a locking shaft,
- a latch assembly,
- a proximity switch which sends a signal to
the ECAM.
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OPERATION
The bulk cargo door is normally operated by the
external door handle.
It is moved manually inboard until the hook engages
with the hook arrester.
When the external handle is turned to its "OPEN"
position, the locking mechanism unlocks.
To prevent possible damage during the loading, put the
external handle in its "LOCKED" position.
To close the door, put the external handle in its
"OPEN" position to disengage from the hook arrester.
Then pull down the door until it is in line with the
fuselage contour and put the external handle in its
locked position.
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How is the bulk cargo door operated ?
A - Only manually.
B - Both manually or hydraulically.
C - Only hydraulically.
Where is the locking mechanism of the bulk cargo
door located ?
A - In the upper section of the door.
B - In the middle section of the door.
C - In the lower section of the door.
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52-30-00 CARGO DOORS / NORMAL OPERATION
CONTENTS:
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Normal Door Closing
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NOTE : In this module the CARGO DOORS / NORMAL
OPERATION is described on the A320 but the
principle is the same for the A319 and the A321.
NORMAL DOOR OPENING
The cargo door is mechanically locked and operated by
the yellow hydraulic system.
The door opening operation procedure is labelled next
to the door controls.
Lets open the door under normal conditions.
To operate the door handle, push the spring-loaded
flap inwards, the handle is released.
Pull the door handle outwards and up to the fully
UNLOCKED position, check that the vent door opens.
Check that the locking indicators are red indicating
that the locking hooks are released and the door is
unlocked.
Due to the internal leakage and the door weight, the
door may open towards its vertical position.
Open the access panel below the fuselage to gain access
to the door hydraulic control system.
Check the door "OPEN" green indicator by pressing it,
the light will come on.
Set the selector on the control panel to "OPEN" and
hold it in this position.
The door is opened by means of two hydraulic actuators
pressurized by the yellow electric pump.
When the door is in the "FULLY OPEN" and locked
position, this is indicated by the green indicator
which comes on.
Then release the control lever, the yellow pump remains
operative during a time delay.
In this configuration all required safeties must be
applied.
The door opening operating instructions are labelled
on the access control panel.
NORMAL DOOR CLOSING
To close the cargo door hydraulically, make sure that
the door sill latches are in the raised position (if
the cargo loading is installed) and all required
safeties are supplied.
Set the control selector to "CLOSE".
The yellow hydraulic pump starts running, pressurizes
the actuators and unlocks the door.
The green indicator light goes off and the door closes.
When the door is in its frame, release the control
selector.
The yellow electric pump remains operative, during a
time delay.
Lock the door before it is able to open again due to
internal leakage and the door weight.
Pull the door handle down to its "LOCKED" position,
push it into the recess of the door structure and check
that the locking indicators are green and the door is
flush with its door frame.
Check that the vent door is closed, the spring-loaded
flap locks the control handle.
Check that access panels are closed.
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CONTENTS:
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Manual Door Closing
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NOTE : In this module the CARGO DOORS / NORMAL
OPERATION is described on the A320 but the
principle is the same for the A319 and the A321.
MANUAL DOOR OPENING
Here two operators are required.
The first one unlocks the cargo door in the same manner
as for normal operation.
The second operator opens the yellow ground service
access panel.
Unlock the hand pump control handle quick locking
fasteners.
Pull out the hand pump control handle and set it in
the operating mode.
Install the hand pump control handle on its pump.
The first operator must hold the selector in the OPEN
position.
Then, the second operator operates the hand pump and
the door opens.
When the green indicator light comes on, the first
operator releases the control selector.
MANUAL DOOR CLOSING
Two operators are required for this operation.
The first will set the control selector to its CLOSE
position and hold it.
The other, then operates the hand pump.
When the door is engaged in its door frame, return the
hand pump control lever to its stowage position.
Lock it and close the access control panel.
The first operator closes the access panel and sets
the door handle to its LOCKED position and checks that
the locking indicators are green.
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CONTENTS:
Bulk Cargo Door Operation
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The bulk cargo compartment door is installed on the
lower right side of the fuselage.
The bulk door is a manually operated door, the
operating procedures are labelled on the door.
To open the bulk door from the outside, press the
button of the external handle.
Set it to its open position, then to its locked position
again.
This operation releases the closed bulk door, then
move manually the bulk door inboards until the hook
engages with the hook arrester of the fuselage
croosbeam.
This operation safeties the bulk door in its fully
open position.
To release the opened bulk door, put the handle to its
open position.
A balance mechanism prevents the bulk door from falling
down.
Pull the bulk door closed and lock it using the external
handle by setting it to the locked position.
After operation from the outside, push the external
handle into its recess again.
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CONTENTS:
Main Structural Components
Door Seal Retainer
Hinges and Fittings
Self Examination
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MAIN STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS
The door is made of sheet metal and machined parts.
Note the position of the hoist points.
The primary structure consists of vertical and
horizontal edge members, longitudinal beams, frames,
and an inner and outer skin.
DOOR SEAL RETAINER
The door seal is a round hose-type seal and made of
silicone and fabric.
When the cargo doors are locked, the door seal makes
the related compartment pressure-tight.
For attachment of the door seal, the retainers are
riveted to the edge members around the cargo door.
HINGES AND FITTINGS
The connection of the cargo door to the fuselage
includes the two halves of the titanium and aluminum
alloy piano hinges, and two hinge pins for the
actuators.
The actuator attachment fitting is attached with screws
to the inboard side of frames 25A / 53A, and 26A /
54A.
The FWD and AFT cargo doors are structurally the same,
but they are not interchangeable.
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How the cargo door is connected to the fuselage ?
A - By two hinge pins.
B - By six hinge pins.
C - By piano hinges.
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CONTENTS:
Latching Shaft
Locking Hook
Locking Shaft
Cam
Locking Operation
Drift Pin
Self Examination
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LATCHING SHAFT
The latching shaft, which is connected to the operating
handle by an adjustable rod, operates all the hooks.
It is the main part of the locking mechanism.
LOCKING HOOK
In closed and locked position, the hooks are in contact
with the fuselage slide spools and eccentric bolts and
transmit the loads resulting from the internal
pressure.
The hooks ensure the locking of the cargo door to the
fuselage.
LOCKING SHAFT
When the locking handle is in the LOCKED position, the
locking shaft turns and the safety cams move into the
recess of the locking hooks.
The locking shaft is the main part of the safety
mechanism.
It is actuated by the operating handle.
CAM
The cam is fastened on the locking shaft and blocks
the hooks in the locked position.
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LOCKING OPERATION
1 - Green marks are visible through the locking
indicators. The door cannot be opened because the
locking shaft and the hooks are in the locked position.
2 - Red marks are visible through the locking
indicators. The locking shaft is in the unlocked
position but the hooks are in the locked position, so
the door cannot be opened.
3 - Red marks are still visible through the locking
indicators. The locking shaft and the hooks are in the
unlocked position, so the door can be opened.
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DRIFT PIN
To fulfill aerodynamic requirements, a drift pin
mechanism has been provided in the middle of the door.
Two drift pins are operated by the locking shaft via
rods.
The extended pins move into fuselage side frame
pockets.
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When can the door be opened?
A - When the cam and the hooks are in the
locked position.
B - When the cam is in the unlocked position
and the hooks are in the locked position.
C - When the cam and the hooks are in the
unlocked position.
What is the cam fastened to?
A - To the latching shaft.
B - To the locking shaft.
C - To the spring unit.
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CONTENTS:
General
Normal Opening
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This system controls the operation of the FWD and AFT
cargo compartment doors.
The hydraulic system includes the duplex actuators,
two manual selector valves (one for each cargo door),
and one electro selector valve.
The electrical control system of the cargo doors
supplies the hydraulic components with electrical
power.
It prevents the operation of the system when the cargo
doors are locked.
The FWD and the AFT cargo doors can be opened at the
same time.
The electric pump of the yellow hydraulic system
pressurizes the system (3000 psi/207 Hpa).
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NORMAL OPENING
To open the door in normal conditions, make sure that
the door handle is in the UNLOCKED position, out of
its recess.
On the control panel, near the door, when you begin
to turn the selector towards OPEN, an internal switch
triggers the electric pump and the electro selector
valve.
Remain in that position until the green indicator light
on the control panel comes on
The normal opening procedure is completed.
As the selector is set to OPEN, the selector valve
moves from the neutral to the extension mode to enable
pressurization of the actuator chambers.
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The electric pump stops after 10 seconds.
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NORMAL CLOSING (INTERIM)
For a normal closing, make sure that the manual Y-Z
latches are in the raised position.
Then turn the selector, on the control panel, to the
"CLOSE" position.
Door retraction is made through two successive steps.
1 - Interim : The chambers A are pressurized first.
In the interim position, the spring loaded blocking
piston locks the selector in this position until a
sufficient pressure is reached in the extension
chambers.
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2 - Retraction : The actuator chambers B can now be
pressurized.
When the hydraulic pressure is high enough, the
blocking piston enables the selector to move fully to
the "CLOSE" position and to pressurize the retraction
chambers of the actuators.
The pressure built-up in the retraction chambers closes
the internal valve and keeps it closed.
The green light goes off.
When the manual selector is released, the closing of
the internal valve prevents pressurization of
extension chambers when the manual selector passes
back to the interim position.
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The electric pump stops after 10 seconds.
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MANUAL OPENING
The manual opening procedure is used in case of
electrical failure or pump failure.
The door locking handle must be set to the "UNLOCKED"
position.
This configuration is an electrical power failure.
In case of manual opening, two operators are necessary.
While the first operator holds the manual selector
valve in the OPEN position, the second operator
operates the hand pump on the yellow ground service
panel in order to pressurize the A chambers.
The operation of the manual selector valve on the
control panel, moves the electro selector valve to the
extension.
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MANUAL CLOSING
The manual closing procedure is used in case of
electrical failure or pump failure.
In case of manual closing, two operators are necessary.
Door retraction is made through two successive steps.
1 - Interim : The chambers A are pressurized first.
In the interim position, while the first operator holds
the manual selector valve in the "CLOSE" position, the
second operator operates the hand pumps on the yellow
ground service panel.
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2 - Retraction : The spring loaded bloking piston is
lifted up under the effect of rising pressure in the
extension chambers.
Once pressure is built-up in the B chambers, the
blocking piston allows the selector valve (still held
"CLOSE") to move and the retraction chambers can now
be manually pressurized.
As the hydraulic pressure closes the door, the internal
valve is pressurized too and closes to avoid
pressurization of the A chambers when the selector is
released.
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The cargo doors hydraulic system is pressurized by
the :
A - Green electric pump.
B - Yellow electric pump.
C - Blue electric pump.
What is the purpose of the spring loaded blocking
piston in the manual selector valve ?
A - To prevent door opening if pressure is
<3000 psi.
B - To lock the selector in the OPEN / CLOSE
position until the actuator is fully
opened/retracted.
C - To ensure correct pressure in the
extension chamber of the actuators
before closing.
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Description
Rod Extension
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Rod Retraction
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Two actuators are used to move one compartment door,
they extend to open and retract to close.
In the open position, the actuators lock internally
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The locking clamp is fixed to the rod via the piston,
and the locking bushing is fixed to the housing.
The sleeve mechanism is used to lock the piston rod.
The detection pin, lever and proximity switch are used
for monitoring purposes.
ROD EXTENSION
As the piston rod reaches the end of the opening travel,
the claws pass over an internal lock.
The hydraulic pressure applied to port A forces the
piston rod to extend until the claws push back the
sleeve assembly, at the end of the rod travel.
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In this position, the lever is lifted up lifting with
it the detection pin which triggers the proximity
switch that signals LOCKED.
As soon as the locking clamp claws get behind the edge
of the locking bushing, the compressed claws spread
apart and the sleeve assembly is pushed between the
claws, locking the system.
ROD RETRACTION
The pressure first moves the sleeve assembly backwards,
then unlocks the claws, allowing the piston rod to
retract.
The pressure applied via port B acts upon the annular
piston area and the sleeve assembly area.
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Actuators
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Electro Selector Valve
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The system includes:
- one electro selector valve,
- one hand pump on the yellow ground service
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and for each door
- two door actuators,
- one manual selector valve,
- three proximity switches
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LATCHING SHAFT PROXIMITY SWITCH
IDENTIFICATION
FIN: 5MJ FWD, 12MJ AFT
LOCATION
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COCKPIT DOOR
The cockpit door is installed between the cockpit and
the passenger compartment and opens into the cockpit.
A magnetic door stop holds the door in the open
position.
The latch mechanism, keeps the cockpit door closed.
The door is provided with a spyglass.
In case of emergency, the cockpit door can be opened
from the cockpit by moving the door handle sideways
and pushing the door in the direction of the passenger
compartment.
An electrical release strike, optionally installed,
permits the locking and unlocking of the cockpit door.
There is a red indication when it is locked.
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AVIONICS COMPARTMENT DOORS
There are four avionics compartment doors in the lower
fuselage around the nose landing gear bay.
These doors are manually operated and open inward.
The locking mechanism is identical on each door.
Each avionics compartment door is monitored by a
proximity switch, which sends a signal to the ECAM
system .
ACCESS DOORS
Forward opening access doors allow servicing and
miscellaneous access.
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STAIRS DOOR
The stairs door is located under the LH forward
passenger door and it is an inner plug type door.
It allows the extension of the stairs and it is actuated
by an electric actuator.
The stairs door is operated from a control unit located
in the cabin or from the nose wheel steering electric
box.
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FWD and AFT Cargo Doors
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PASSENGER DOORS
Each door has three proximity switches which are:
- the locking hook proximity switch,
- the locking shaft proximity switch,
- the escape slide proximity switch.
DOOR INDICATING AND WARNING - PRINCIPLE
The locking hook and the locking shaft proximity
switches provide door indication on the DOOR ECAM page
via the System Data Acquisition Concentrator (SDAC).
DOOR INDICATING AND WARNING - LOCKED
When the door is locked, the proximity switch targets
are NEAR, and the door symbol is green on the DOOR
ECAM page.
DOOR INDICATING AND WARNING - NOT LOCKED
As soon as the proximity switch targets are FAR, the
door indication is amber on the ECAM page.
ESCAPE SLIDE INDICATING AND WARNING - PRINCIPLE
The locking shaft and the arming lever proximity
switches provide an escape slide indication on the
DOOR ECAM page and on the door itself via the SDAC.
ESCAPE SLIDE INDICATING AND WARNING - SLIDE ARMED,
DOOR LOCKED
The white word "SLIDE" appears on the ECAM page.
The door symbol is green.
ESCAPE SLIDE INDICATING AND WARNING - SLIDE ARMED,
DOOR NOT LOCKED
The word "SLIDE" appears on the ECAM page.
The door symbol is amber.
The "SLIDE ARMED" light comes on steady on the door.
ESCAPE SLIDE INDICATING AND WARNING - SLIDE DISARMED,
DOOR LOCKED
The word "SLIDE" disappears.
The door symbol is green.
ESCAPE SLIDE INDICATING AND WARNING - SLIDE DISARMED,
DOOR NOT LOCKED
The door symbol is amber.
The slide indication is replaced by an amber dashed
line.
RESIDUAL CABIN PRESSURE
The red flashing light indicates an excessive residual
cabin pressure.
The red light flashes if engines not running, escape
slide disarmed and residual cabin pressure greater
than 2.5 mbars (0.04 psi).
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EMERGENCY EXIT DOORS
Each door has two proximity switches which are:
- the handle cover flap proximity switch,
- the handle escape slide proximity switch.
DOOR INDICATING AND WARNING - PRINCIPLE
The cover flap proximity switch provides door
indication on the DOOR ECAM page via the SDAC.
DOOR INDICATING AND WARNING - LOCKED
When the door is locked, the proximity switch target
is NEAR, and the door symbol is green on the DOOR ECAM
page.
DOOR INDICATING AND WARNING - NOT LOCKED
As soon as the proximity switch target is FAR, the
door indication is amber on the ECAM page.
ESCAPE SLIDE INDICATING AND WARNING - PRINCIPLE
The escape slide proximity switch provides an escape
slide indication on the DOOR ECAM page and on an
indicator light between the two emergency exits via
the SDAC.
ESCAPE SLIDE INDICATING AND WARNING - SLIDE ARMED,
DOOR LOCKED
The white word "SLIDE" appears on the ECAM page.
The door symbol is green.
ESCAPE SLIDE INDICATING AND WARNING - SLIDE ARMED,
DOOR NOT LOCKED
The white word "SLIDE" appears on the ECAM page.
The door symbol is amber.
The "SLIDE ARMED" light comes on between the two
emergency exits.
ESCAPE SLIDE INDICATING AND WARNING - SLIDE DISARMED,
DOOR LOCKED
The word "SLIDE" disappears.
The door symbol is green.
ESCAPE SLIDE INDICATING AND WARNING - SLIDE DISARMED,
DOOR NOT LOCKED
The door symbol is amber.
The slide indication is replaced by an amber dashed
line.
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The forward and the AFT cargo doors have three similar
proximity switches which are:
- the handle proximity switch,
- the frame proximity switch,
- the latching shaft proximity switch.
DOOR INDICATING AND WARNING - PRINCIPLE
The locking handle and the frame proximity switches
provide the door indication on the ECAM via the Landing
Gear Control and Interface Unit (LGCIU).
DOOR INDICATING AND WARNING - LOCKED
When the door is latched and locked, both proximity
sensor targets are NEAR.
DOOR INDICATING AND WARNING - NOT LOCKED
As soon as one of the two proximity sensor targets is
FAR, the door is indicated unlocked on the ECAM page.
DOOR INDICATING AND WARNING - FULLY OPEN
When the door reaches the fully open position, the
door actuators switches illuminate the green indicator
light fitted in the manual selector recess.
ELECTRICAL CONTROL SYSTEM - ENABLE LOGIC
The electro selector valve is supplied when:
- the latching shaft proximity switch target is
NEAR,
- the manual selector valve is operated.
ELECTRICAL CONTROL SYSTEM - CONTROL
When the manual selector valve is operated, the
integrated proximity sensor sends a signal to the LGCIU
to open the electric selector valve and to start the
electric pump of the yellow hydraulic system.
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The avionics, the bulk cargo and the airstairs doors
use a single proximity switch for the door warning
function.
It is installed in the door frame on the fuselage.
Bulk cargo and airstairs doors are optionally
installed.
DOOR INDICATING AND WARNING - PRINCIPLE
The proximity switch provides door indications on the
DOOR ECAM page via the SDAC.
Except the airstairs door, which is not displayed when
closed and locked.
DOOR INDICATING AND WARNING - LOCKED
When the door is locked the proximity switch target
is near and the door symbol is green on the DOOR ECAM
page.
DOOR INDICATING AND WARNING - NOT LOCKED
As soon as the proximity switch target is far, the
door indication is amber on the DOOR ECAM page.
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When does the residual cabin pressure red light
come on?
A - When all the engines are not running,
the parking brake is applied and the
cabin residual pressure exceeds 2.5
mbars.
B - When engines are not running, the slide
is disarmed and the cabin residual
pressure exceeds 2.5 mbars.
C - When engines are not running, the
parking brake is applied, the slide is
disarmed and the cabin residual pressure
exceeds 2.5 mbars.
When is the electro selector valve supplied?
A - When the locking shaft proximity switch
target is NEAR and when the manual
selector valve is operated.
B - When the locking shaft proximity switch
target is FAR and when the manual
selector valve is operated.
C - When the locking shaft proximity switch
target is NEAR.
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FIN: 23WV, 36WV, 38WV, 40WV
LOCATION
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The Centralized Fault Display System (CFDS) SYSTEM
REPORT / TEST does not include the DOORS menu page.
The purpose of this module is to present the access
to the LAST LEG REPORT, the TROUBLE SHOOTING DATA and
the TEST of the Landing Gear Control Interface Units
(LGCIU) in case of failure of cargo door proximity
switches.
The cargo door proximity switches monitored by the
LGCIUs are :
- Handle proximity switches
- Safety mechanism proximity switches
- Lockshaft proximity switches.
LAST LEG REPORT
The handle, safety mechanism and lockshaft proximity
switches of the FWD and aft cargo doors send a signal
to LGCIU 1 and 2.
TROUBLE SHOOTING DATA
The following items give a CFDS level 3 information
( engineering maintenance ).
When required, the TSM gives the interpretation of the
coded message.
TEST
During the LGCIU test the following components,
belonging to the cargo doors, are also tested:
- Handle proximity switches
- Safety mechanism proximity switches
- Lockshaft proximity switches.
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