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AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.

10
P1 400
GENERAL NOV 98
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AIRCRAFT DIMENSIONS AND GROUND CLEARANCES

R VERTICAL CLEARANCE (A → H)
R OPERATING EMPTY MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT
R
R WEIGHT
R CG 16.4% CG 12% CG 36%
R ft m ft m ft m
R
R A 10.57 3.22 10.35 3.15 10.55 3.21
R B 1.93 0.59 1.71 0.52 1.91 0.58
R
R C 3.84 1.17 3.61 1.10 3.76 1.15
R D 4.80 1.46 4.53 1.38 4.35 1.33
R
R E 25.43 7.75 25.14 7.66 24.78 7.55
R F 10.26 3.13 10.03 3.06 10.10 3.08
R G 12.34 3.76 12.09 3.69 12.07 3.68
R
R H 22.99 7.01 22.69 6.92 22.34 6.81
R α -1°.515 -1°.445 -0°.921
J ∅ 12.9 Ft ∅ 3.93 m
K 5 Ft 6.3 in. 1.683 m
L 28 Ft 9.7 in. 8.781 m
M 74 Ft 4.5 in. 22.670 m
N 23 Ft 11.8 in. 7.31 m
P 13 Ft 5.4 in. 4.100 m
R 26 Ft 6.9 in. 8.100 m
S 80 Ft 7.4 in. 24.572 m
ATR 42 Model : 400
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.30
P2 090
DOORS NOV 99
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SERVICE DOOR
The service door is an outward opening, non plug type door with a net opening of
69 cm (27") wide and 1.27 m (50") high.
Open position is forward. Door operation can be performed manually from inside or
outside of the airplane (refer to 1.07.30).

INTERNAL DOORS
Smoke doors separate the forward cargo compartment from the cockpit. Four safety
pins are provided (two on each side) in order to remove the doors in case of emergency.

R Mod : 4273 ATR 42 Model : 400/500


AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.30
P2 090
DOORS NOV 99
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SERVICE DOOR
The service door is an outward opening, non plug type door with a net opening of
69 cm (27") wide and 1.27 m (50") high.
Open position is forward. Door operation can be performed manually from inside or
outside of the airplane (refer to 1.07.30).

INTERNAL DOORS
Smoke doors separate the forward cargo compartment from the cockpit. Four safety
pins are provided (two on each side) in order to remove the doors in case of emergency.

R Mod : 4273 ATR 42 Model : 400/500


AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.30
P3 090
DOORS NOV 99
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CARGO DOOR
The cargo door is an outward opening, non plug type
door hinged at its upper edge giving a net clear opening
of 1.30 m (51") wide by 1.57 m (62") high.
The door is actuated by an electrical actuator.
A hold-open strut maintains the cargo door in the open
position. It also protects the door from wind gusts.

OPERATING FROM OUTSIDE


The cargo door is operated from a panel located outside.

1 Panel cover switch


Connects the Ground Handling Bus on line when the panel cover is open.
2 Ground Handling Bus "ON BAT" red light
Is ON when Ground Handling bus is directly supplied by Hot main Bat Bus.
Note : This light shows that the main battery is emptying even if the BAT toggle
switch is in "OFF" position (visible even when the panel cover is closed).
3 Cargo Bay light switch
Allows illumination of the cargo bay light from outside.
4 Actuator Selection Switch
Is used to operate the door (opening or closing) when the "CARGO DOOR ARMED"
green light is ON.
5 "CARGO DOOR LCHD" blue light
Is ON when all door hooks and latch locks are fully engaged.
Note : The door can be locked and latched only from outside.

R Mod : 4273 ATR 42 Model : 400/500


AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.30
P4 090
DOORS NOV 99
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6"CARGO DOOR ARMED" green light


Is ON when Actuator Selection Switch working conditions are met.
These conditions are :
- Panel cover open
- Door unlocked by operating handle : all hooks are disengaged.
CAUTION : Door must be mechanically closed by outboard handles only in order to
be sure that latching and locking mechanisms are in the closed position.

OPERATING FROM INSIDE

OPENING
D Push upwards handle 1 (Latch lock flap get free)
D Push downward handle 2 on the vent door (the door is unlocked)
D Rotate downwards the handle 3 (Hooks are disengaged and the door is
unlatched)
D Use the actuator selection garded switch located in the internal operating panel.

CLOSING
D Use the actuator selection garded switch located in the internal operating panel.
Note : The locking and latching are not possible from inside. However, the latching
position can be inspected from inside through the view ports located on the
bottom part of the door.

FORWARD AVIONICS COMPARTMENT ACCESS HATCH


An inward opening manually operated hatch in forward section of the nose landing
gear bay gives external access to the avionics compartment behind the main
instrument panel.

COCKPIT COMMUNICATION HATCH


A machined door with a net opening of 17.5 cm (7") wide and 15 cm (6") high is
located immediately below the CAPT side window.

R Mod : 4273 ATR 42 Model : 400/500


AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.40
P3 100
LIGHTING NOV 99
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EMERGENCY LIGHTING

Emergency evacuation path marking near the floor is a photoluminescent system. EXIT,
CEILING and EXTERIOR EMERGENCY lights are supplied with 6V DC. Two sources are
available :
- DC EMER BUS via a voltage divider.
- 6V integral batteries charged from the DC EMER BUS with a 10 mn capacity.
In case of system activation, light will be supplied by DC EMER BUS. If this source fails,
the batteries will be utilized automatically.
In case of flight with DC EMER BUS only, the cockpit lighting is restricted to :
- RH DOME light with the possibility to switch it off.
- LH three lights located below the glareshield.
- Overhead panel light illumination the pedestal
One light is provided in the toilet, illuminating when associated door is locked.
Note : Emergency flash lights are provided (see 1.07).

Mod : 5067 or 5171 ATR 42 Model : 400/500


AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.40
P5 001
LIGHTING NOV 01
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(1) NO SMOKING sw
NO SMOKING Associated signs come on in the cabin, associated with a single chime.
The NO SMOKING" light illuminates blue in the memo panel.
OFF Associated signs and memo panel light are extinguished.
(2) SEAT BELTS sw
SEAT BELTS FASTEN SEAT BELTS" signs in the cabin and RETURN TO SEAT"
sign in the toilet come on associated with a single chime upon
illumination. The SEAT BELTS" light illuminates blue in the memo
panel.
OFF Associated signs and cockpit light are extinguished.
Note : When switching off NO SMOKING" or SEAT BELTS" signs, single chime
sounds in cabin.
(3) EMER EXIT LIGHT sélector
ON Emergency light s illuminate.
ARM Normal selector position in operation. Emergency lights will :
- Illuminate if DC EMER BUS voltage is below 18V or if the two
generators are lost.
- Extinguish if DC EMER BUS voltage is over 20V and at least one
generator running.
R Note : With GPU power AVAIL and selected on, non engine running, the emergency
lights will illuminate.
DISARM Normal selector position with engines stopped. Emergency light
system is deactivated.
Note : Cabin attendant's EMER LIGHT sw will override the ARM and DISARM
positions of the selector.
(4) DISARM light
Illuminates amber when the emergency light system is deactivated.

Light illuminate blue when associated switch is selected ON.


ATR 42 Model : 400/500
AIRCRAFT GENERAL 1.00.40
P5 130
LIGHTING NOV 01
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(1) NO SMOKING sw
NO SMOKING Associated signs come on in the cabin, associated with a single chime.
The NO SMOKING" light illuminates blue in the memo panel.
OFF Associated signs and memo panel light are extinguished.
(2) SEAT BELTS sw
SEAT BELTS FASTEN SEAT BELTS" signs in the cabin and RETURN TO SEAT"
sign in the toilet come on associated with a single chime upon
illumination. The SEAT BELTS" light illuminates blue in the memo
panel.
OFF Associated signs and cockpit light are extinguished.
Note : When switching off NO SMOKING" or SEAT BELTS" signs, single chime
sounds in cabin.
(3) EMER EXIT LIGHT sélector
ON Emergency exist lights and evacuation path markings illuminate.
ARM Normal selector position in operation. Emergency exit lights and
evacuation path marking will :
- Illuminate if DC EMER BUS voltage is below 18V or if the two
generators are lost.
- Extinguish if DC EMER BUS voltage is over 20V and at least one
generator running.
R Note : With GPU power AVAIL and selected on, non engine running, the emergency
lights will illuminate.
DISARM Normal selector position with engines stopped. Emergency exit light
system is deactivated.
Note : Cabin attendant's EMER LIGHT sw will override the ARM and DISARM positions
of the selector.
(4) DISARM light
Illuminates amber when the emergency light system is deactivated.
(5) STERILE LT sw
STERILE LT A blue it illuminates above the cockpit door to indicate that cockpit
access is prohibited.
OFF The blue it is extinguished.

Light illuminate blue when associated switch is selected ON.


Mod : 1547 + 1548 ATR 42 Model : 400/500