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A318/A319/A320/A321 (CFM56)
COMMUNICATIONS
ATA 23 (T1)

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SINGLE AISLE TECHNICAL TRAINING MANUAL

COMMUNICATIONS
GENERAL PASSENGER ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM (PES)
Communications Level 2 (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Passenger Entertainment System Presentation (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92
SPEECH COMMUNICATION MAINTENANCE PRACTICE
Flight Interphone System D/O (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Electrostatic Discharge (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94
Radio Communication D/O (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 BITE Test of CIDS through the PTP(3)(Classic CIDS . . . . . . . . . .104
Static Discharging Presentation (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Speech Communication Warnings (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
A/C COM ADDRESSING & REPORTING SYS
(ACARS)(option
ACARS Architecture (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
ACARS VHF 3 Operation (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
CABIN INTERCOM DATA SYSTEM (CIDS)(Classic)
CIDS Director/DEU Architecture (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Cabin Attendant Handset Presentation (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Passenger Address System Description (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Service Interphone D/O (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Passenger Call System D/O (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Passenger Lighted Signs D/O (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
CIDS Warnings (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
PTP SYS Test & SYS Status Pages Presentation (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . .60
CABIN INTERCOM DATA SYSTEM (CIDS)(Enhanced)
# Cabin Attendant Handset Presentation (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72
Passenger Address System Description (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74
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# Service Interphone D/O (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76


Passenger Call System D/O (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80
Passenger Lighted Signs D/O (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84
CIDS Warnings (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88

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COMMUNICATIONS LEVEL 2 (2)


SYSTEM OVERVIEW
The use of the radio system on the Single Aisle aircraft is extremely
important for the safe operation of the aircraft. While taxiing and towing,
communication is necessary with the tower to safely move the aircraft.
Basic system description and procedures will enable the student to
understand system interconnect and correctly operate the systems by
selecting frequencies and setting transmission and reception modes. In
addition, the use of the Service Interphone communications will also be
explained.
The Panels and equipment that will be explained is as follows:
- Audio Control Panel (ACP),
- Radio Management Panel (RMP),
- Audio Management Unit (AMU),
- radio transceivers,
- acoustic equipment that includes: Boomsets, hand mikes, and handsets.
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SYSTEM OVERVIEW

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COMMUNICATIONS LEVEL 2 (2)


SYSTEM OVERVIEW (continued) OPERATION
When one of the Push-to-Talk (PTT) switches is depressed, the hand
RMP FREQUENCY SELECTION mike is connected, and in this case, the VHF 1 transceiver transmits.
The Radio Management Panel (RMP) is the Digital tuning head for The boomset mike is connected when a PTT is pressed in on the ACP
the Communications transceivers. They are located in the center or on the side stick.
pedestal, with an optional one installed in the overhead for the 3rd On the ACP, several reception knobs can be selected simultaneously.
observer seat. The panels have an over center ON/OFF switch. When If the reception knob is pressed in again, the receiver is disconnected
the ON/OFF switch is switched to the ON position, two frequencies and the white light goes off.
that were previously selected appear in the ACTIVE and STandBY
windows. To operate the transceiver, you might have to select a new
frequency on one of the VHF or HF transceivers. To do this, you must
select the Transceiver that you wish to transmit on. To select the radio,
the corresponding radio pushbutton must be pushed on the RMP. The
associated green LED will come on.
TRANSMISSION MODE
To connect one of the acoustical devices (microphone) to the
transmission line, the associated transmission key must be selected
on the Audio Control Panel (ACP).
When the transmission key is pressed (green light illuminated) you
are ready to transmit. This selection can be disabled when you select
another transceiver or when you press the illuminated pushbutton
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again. Only ONE transmit key can be selected at a time.


RECEPTION MODE
In order to listen on the selected transceiver, you must operate the
Audio Control Panel (ACP). On the ACP, the reception knobs allows
connection of the headsets / acoustic equipment to the transceiver
reception via the Audio Management Unit. To select a transceiver,
the corresponding reception knob must be released out. The reception
knob comes on white. To adjust the reception volume level, the
selected reception knob must be turned. Communications can now be
established.
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SYSTEM OVERVIEW - RMP FREQUENCY SELECTION ... OPERATION

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COMMUNICATIONS LEVEL 2 (2)


SYSTEM OVERVIEW (continued)
FLIGHT INTERPHONE SYSTEM OPERATION
Flight interphone selection is necessary for voice communications
between flight crew members and for ground handling, taxiing and
towing. This control is performed using the ACP. If the flight crew
needs to maintain contact and communicate with the mechanic, the
flight crew can push the MECHanic pushbutton on the CALLS panel
on the overhead.
The Flight Interphone can also act as a transceiver. Selection of the
INTerphone transmission key lights the green bars, indicating that the
flight interphone is ready to operate. Pressing and releasing the INT
reception knob illuminates the knob and enables adjustment of the
interphone audio level.
The INTerphone/RADio selector switch must be in the INT position.
The INT position enables permanent use of the flight interphone
without any further reaction and whatever radio key is selected. The
INT/RAD switch is a 3-position switch with INT being a stable
position.
The RAD selection connects the pre-selected channel to transmit. The
RAD position is a momentary contact, and is spring loaded to the
center position. This position acts like the selection of the hand
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microphone pushbutton or the Push To Talk trigger on the side-stick.

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SYSTEM OVERVIEW - FLIGHT INTERPHONE SYSTEM OPERATION

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COMMUNICATIONS LEVEL 2 (2)


SYSTEM OVERVIEW (continued)
SERVICE INTERPHONE SYSTEM OPERATION
The service interphone system is made up of eight service interphone
jacks located around the aircraft to facilitate communications between
maintenance personnel during troubleshooting, and between
maintenance and flight crew when performing coordinated tasks; i.e.
Manual start valve operation.
The audio lines from the cockpit, cabin and interphone jacks are routed
to the amplifiers through the amplifiers in the Cabin
Intercommunication and Data System (CIDS) Directors. The system
is integrated in the CIDS directors. There are 2 modes to connect the
jacks to the service interphone. The automatic mode on ground only
with the landing gear down and compressed OR the external power
contactor connected. The other mode is mentioned in the
MAINTENANCE TIPS section.
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MAINTENANCE TIPS
When jacking the aircraft it might be necessary to communicate between
personnel at various points around the aircraft. Once the weight off
wheels, the service interphone system is disabled due to the logic of the
system. The Landing Gear Control and Interface Unit (LGCIU) on ground
discrete disables all service interphone connections.
The reason for this is to eliminate potential static noise generated and
amplified through the AMU due to the length of wires acting as antennae,
into the audio system.
To re-enable the service interphone, the SerViCE INTerphone OVeRriDe
P/BSW must be switched to 'ON'. The Service Interphone Override switch
is a guarded switch located on the Maintenance Panel 50VU on the
overhead in the cockpit.
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FLIGHT INTERPHONE SYSTEM D/O (2)


INT SELECTION
The INT position of the INTerphone/RADio selector switch enables
permanent use of the flight interphone without any further action and
whatever the radio key selected (here VHF 1). This is a stable position.

NOTE: : The radio function has priority over the flight interphone
function. So, even with the INT/RAD switch in INT position,
the flight interphone is momentarily cut during a radio emission
(radio key selected and hand microphone or side-stick Push To
Talk (PTT) actuated).

RAD SELECTION
The RAD position of the INT/RAD selector switch puts the pre-selected
channel in emission (here VHF 1). This is an unstable position. This
position acts like the selection of the hand microphone pushbutton or like
the PTT pushbutton of the side-stick.

INT KEY AND KNOB


The flight interphone is selected like a VHF transceiver. Selection of the
INT transmission key lights the green bars, indicating that the flight
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interphone is ready to operate. Pressing and releasing the INT reception


knob adjusts the interphone level. If done, the knob comes on white.
Placing and holding the INT/RAD switch in RAD position lets the
operator talk through the flight interphone system.

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INT SELECTION ... INT KEY AND KNOB

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RADIO COMMUNICATION D/O (2)


knobs can be selected simultaneously. If the reception knob is pressed
FREQUENCY SELECTION in again, the receiver is disconnected and the white light goes off.
On the Radio Management Panel (RMP), when the ON/OFF switch is
set to ON position, two frequencies previously selected appear on the
windows. To select a new frequency in a different system, the related
key must be pressed in on the RMP. The associated green light comes
on. The desired frequency can be selected in the STand-BY/CouRSe
window using the dual selector knob. Pressing the transfer pushbutton,
activates the frequency and displays it in the active window, whereas the
previous active frequency becomes stand-by.

TRANSMISSION MODE
To connect the transmission line to the chosen transmitter, the
corresponding transmission key must be pressed in on the Audio Control
Panel (ACP). Only one transceiver can be selected at a time. This selection
can be disabled when:
- the transmission key, previously selected, is pressed in again,
- another transmitter is selected.

RECEPTION MODE
On the ACP, the reception knob makes the connection of the headset to
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the transceiver reception. To select a receiver, the related reception knob


must be released out. The reception knob comes on white. To adjust the
reception level, the selected reception knob must be turned. The
communication can now be established.

OPERATION
When the Push-To-Talk (PTT) switch is pressed in, the hand mike is
connected and the VHF1 transceiver transmits. The Boomset mike is
connected when the PTT is pressed in on the Side Stick or the PA
transmission key is pressed in on the ACP. On the ACP, several reception

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FREQUENCY SELECTION ... OPERATION

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STATIC DISCHARGING PRESENTATION (1)


PURPOSE
The aircraft behaves like a Faraday cage and should be discharged. The
static dischargers avoid static electricity discharging noise and ensure a
good quality of radio transmission, without interference. The purpose of
the static dischargers is:
- to discharge the static electricity accumulated by the aircraft during its
flight,
- to supply better intelligibility on the HF and VHF system (avoid static
electricity discharge noise).
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PURPOSE

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STATIC DISCHARGING PRESENTATION (1)


LOCALIZATION OF THE STATIC DISCHARGERS
The disposition of the static dischargers is used for the dispatch of the
static electricity. There are located around the aircraft extremities.
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LOCALIZATION OF THE STATIC DISCHARGERS

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STATIC DISCHARGING PRESENTATION (1)


STATIC DISCHARGERS INSTALLATION
If the aircraft has been struck by lightning the static dischargers are the
first elements destroyed and they can be easily replaced. Two kinds of
static dischargers are installed, depending on their localization on the
aircraft:
- one with a straight mounting installed at the trailing edges,
- one with a 30 degree angle mounting, installed at the tips.
Two types of retainer are installed:
- a flat retainer at the trailing edges,
- an angular retainer at the tips.
The two types are not interchangeable.
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STATIC DISCHARGERS INSTALLATION

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SPEECH COMMUNICATION WARNINGS (3)


VHF1 (2)(3) EMITTING
When a VHF transceiver (XCVR) emits for more than 60 seconds, the
master caution light comes on amber, the single chime sounds and a
message appears on the upper ECAM display unit.

HF1 (2) EMITTING (OPTION)


When an HF XCVR, if installed, emits for more than 60 seconds, the
master caution light comes on amber, the single chime sounds and a
message appears on the upper ECAM display unit.
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VHF1 (2)(3) EMITTING & HF1 (2) EMITTING (OPTION)

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ACARS ARCHITECTURE (3)


ACARS MANAGEMENT UNIT CFDIU
The Aircraft Communication Addressing and Reporting System All the fault messages and all the warnings recorded by the Centralized
Management Unit (ACARS MU) is supplied with 115 VAC from the Fault Display Interface Unit (CFDIU) can be transmitted automatically
AC BUS 1 through a circuit breaker located in the cockpit on the panel to the ACARS MU as soon as the CFDIU receives them from a system
121VU. The ACARS MU manages all tasks related to the ACARS. or a Flight Warning Computer (FWC). The CFDIU can transmit the Post
Flight Report (PFR) automatically to the ACARS MU at the end of the
VHF 3 flight. This report can also be transmitted to the ACARS MU manually.
After a dialogue in menu mode between the CFDIU and a system, any
The VHF 3 transceiver (XCVR) is normally used for ACARS data
page displayed on an MCDU by the CFDIU can be transmitted manually
transmission and reception, but it can also be used in conventional radio
to the ACARS MU.
communication mode. The VHF3 XCVR receives a voice/data discrete
signal, which determines the mode of operation: DATA mode or RADIO FMGC
mode. In DATA mode, the XCVR is keyed by the ACARS MU through
the DATA keyline. The digital data exchanged between the MU and the The ACARS MU is linked to the Flight Management and Guidance
VHF 3 XCVR are coded by 1.200 and 2.400 hertz tones. In Computer (FMGC)1 and 2. The FMGCs transmit the following messages
RADIO-COMMUNICATION mode, the XCVR can be tuned either by to the ACARS MU either automatically or manually:
the ACARS MU or by any Radio Management Panel (RMP). This is - request for flight plan initialization,
determined by the port select discrete signal sent by the ACARS MU. - request for wind messages,
- pre-flight report,
RMP - in-flight report,
- PFR.
Each RMP receives the same port select discrete signal as VHF 3 from
Each function is rendered operational or not depending on the message
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the ACARS MU. In normal condition, any RMP is able to tune the VHF
transmitted by the ACARS MU to the FMGCs.
3 XCVR. When a RMP controls the VHF 3 frequency, it sends a remote
The ACARS MU transmits the following messages to the FMGCs either
voice/data select discrete signal to the ACARS MU to force it to leave
automatically or manually:
the control of the VHF 3 frequency.
- flight plan initialization,
SDAC1 - wind message,
- advisory message related to a "request not transmitted to the ground",
The ACARS MU receives the System Data Acquisition Concentrator - request for a pre-flight report,
(SDAC)1 main bus and can use any information given by this bus. The - request for a PFR.
MU can also trigger ECAM messages. The ECAM can display messages
related to ACARS operation on EWD.

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DMU according to a specific protocol, which is also used by the other computers
operating in conjunction with the printer.
Each report generated by the Data Management Unit (DMU) can be
programmed individually for transmission to the ACARS MU either
automatically or manually. The ACARS MU can also require generation
and transmission of any report by the DMU. The ACARS MU can send
information to the DMU when each report has been duly transmitted to
the ground.

FWC
The ACARS MU provides FWCs 1 and 2 with data indicating for ACARS
configurations. FWC 1 and 2 enable display of the corresponding
indications on the memo zone of the upper ECAM Display Unit (DU).
The DU only shows one indication even with several configurations at
the same time. These indications are:
- ACARS MSG: indicates reception of a ground message,
- ACARS STBY: indicates loss of communication with the ground,
- VHF3: VOICE: indicates that the VHF3 transceiver is not controlled
by the ACARS,
- ACARS CALL: indicates reception of a voice communication demand
with the ground.
When the FWCs are no longer given with this data by the ACARS MU,
or do not receive it in normal conditions, the ACARS MU appears on
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the faulty system list (ECAM STATUS page) and the amber ACARS
FAULT warning appears on the upper ECAM DU. The ACARS MU
receives the FWC1 main bus and can use any information given by this
bus.

PRINTER
The ACARS MU is linked to the printer. Data generated by the ACARS
MU from data transmitted by the ground and by peripheral computers
can therefore be printed, as well as data entered by the crew through the
MCDUs. The data are transmitted to the printer by the ACARS MU

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ACARS ARCHITECTURE (3)


MCDU
Dialogue between one Multipurpose Control & Display Unit (MCDU)
and the ACARS MU is initiated when ACARS is selected on the MCDU
menu. On the MCDUs the follwin can be done:
- Display of data generated by the ACARS MU from data transmitted by
the ground or by peripheral computers,
- Selection of the various functions of the ACARS MU,
- Entry of data or text by the crew.
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ACARS VHF 3 OPERATION (2)


ACARS NORMAL OPERATION
This sequence deals with the useof the Radio Management Panel (RMP)
when VHF 3 is selected. One window displays ACARS: the frequency
is then controlled by the Aircraft Communication Addressing and
Reporting System Management Unit (ACARS MU). The other window
shows a frequency value. When this value is in the ACTIVE window,
the VHF3 is in voice mode and its frequency is controlled by the RMP.

ACARS FAILURE
With the ACARS MU failed or selected OFF, the VHF 3 can only be
used with the Audio Management Unit (AMU) in normal audio
communication.
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CIDS DIRECTOR/DEU ARCHITECTURE (3)


DEU A PASSENGER CALL
Pushbuttons are installed on the PSU above each seat row and in the
Twenty six to thirty two type A Decoder/Encoder Units (DEUs) are lavatories.
installed above the windows in the cabin ceiling and close to the center
ceiling for the DEUs in the entrance area. The type A DEUs are connected READING/LIGHT POWER UNIT
to the directors (DIRs) via a top-line data bus (i.e. : two wire twisted and One Reading/Light (R/L) power unit for three R/L is installed in each
shielded cable). A broken wire in one top-line bus will only affect the PSU.
type A DEUs behind the crack on this bus. The type A DEUs of the other
top-line bus will work without disturbance.
PASSENGER SIGNS
The passenger signs include NO SMOKING or the optional NO
ELECTRONIC DEVICE lights, FASTEN SEAT BELT lights, NON
SMOKER ZONE lights and RETURN TO SEAT lights in the
lavatories. Furthermore, for the passenger call system, the seat row
lights are connected to the type A DEUs.
CABIN LIGHTS
The cabin lights include:
- entrance area lights,
- lavatory lights,
- attendant lights,
- reading lights,
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LOUDSPEAKERS
The loudspeakers are installed in the Passenger Service Unit (PSU),
in each lavatory and near the attendant station. They are all identical
and are used for:
- passenger address announcements,
- call chimes (optional).

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DEU B DRAIN MAST
The DIRs receive signals from the drain mast control unit via type B
Basically 4 type B DEUs (optional maximum of 6), are installed near the DEUs. If the drain mast heater or the control unit fails the CIDS CAUT
exit doors in the center ceiling (Except A321, which can be equipped light on the FAP comes on.
with 8 DEUs B). They are connected to the DIRs via a middle line data
bus. There are two supplementary DEU B mounts installed as a provision. ATTENDANT INDICATION PANEL
Type B DEU interface, may vary with different locations and with specific One Attendant Indication Panel (AIP) is installed near each attendant
airline requirements. seat for message purposes.
SLIDE PRESSURE SYSTEM (OPTIONAL) AREA CALL PANEL
The DIRs receive signals from the bottle pressure sensors via type B One basic and one optional Area Call Panel (ACP) can be connected
DEUs. If the pressure is low, the Cabin Intercommunication Data to each DEU B.
System (CIDS) CAUTion light on the Forward Attendant Panel (FAP)
comes on. ADDITIONAL ATTENDANTL PANEL
One Additional Attendant Panel (AAP) is installed near the after
DOOR PRESSURE SYSTEM (OPTIONAL) attendants station.
The DIRs receive signals from the bottle pressure sensors via type B
DEUs. If the pressure is low, the CIDS CAUT light on the FAP comes
on.
CREW INTERPHONE SYSTEM
The crew interphone system is used for the communication between
cockpit crew and cabin attendants and between each attendant station.
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with personnel at the service interphone connections.
EPSU
The Emergency Power Supply Units (EPSU) are connected to type
B DEUs for the emergency lighting system test.

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CABIN ATTENDANT HANDSET PRESENTATION (3)


GENERAL
Each attendant station has a handset for public announcement, interphone
dialing and communication. The handset rests in a cradle.

FUNCTION
The handset and cradle fulfill the following functions:
- the hook-off sensing,
- the Push-To-Talk (PTT) switching,
- the Passenger Address (PA) announcement,
- the interphone.
Handset volume adjustment: After removing the keyboard cover, two
potentiometers under the PTT button can be adjusted.
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PASSENGER ADDRESS SYSTEM DESCRIPTION (3)


GENERAL PRIORITY
The Cabin Intercommunication Data System (CIDS) directors (DIRs) The basic levels of priority are:
accept audio signals from the various Passenger Address (PA) sources - 1st priority: Flight compartment,
in the aircraft. The active DIR assigns priorities to each source. It transmits - 2nd priority: Cabin attendant stations,
the signal in digital form via the four top-line data buses to the type A
Decoder/Encoder Units (DEUs) and, optionally via the Passenger - 3rd priority: Prerecorded announcement (if installed),
Entertainment System Main MUltipleXer (PESMMUX), to each - 4th priority: Boarding music and/or entertainment system (if installed).
Passenger Control Unit (PCU). The type A DEUs send the signal to the As an option the FWD attendant station could have the 2nd level of
cabin loudspeakers for broadcasting. The announcements can be heard, priority, in this case the other attendant stations will have the 3rd level of
at each passenger seat, with a headset. priority. The levels of priority and the defined options are programmed
in the Cabin Assignment Module (CAM).
SOURCES
PA LEVEL
A PA announcement can be manually initiated from the cockpit and from
the cabin. The announcement from the cockpit can be initiated with: The volume of PA announcements can be automatically adjusted if several
- the cockpit handset, conditions are met. It is the active DIR which establishes the level
- other equipment: handmic, boomset mic, oxygen-mask mic in according to the software, sending the level setting to each individual
conjunction with the Audio Control Panels (ACPs), type A DEU. Then the type A DEUs do the required amplification. When
- the NO SMOKING and SEAT BELTS switches set to ON. an engine is running, the PA volume is increased automatically by + 6
The announcement from the cabin can be initiated with: dB. The PA volume is also increased by + 4 dB in the event of cabin
- the attendant handsets, depressurization. Depending on software, PA level may be adjustable
- the Forward Attendant Panel (FAP): from which the prerecorded
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announcements, stored in the PRerecorded Announcement and Music
(PRAM), can be selected and initiated, as the BoardinG Music (BGM),
- if a video system is installed, PA announcements can be initiated from
the Video Control Unit (VCU) (optional).
A PA announcement can be automatically initiated from the PRAM when:
- the NO SMOKING and SEAT BELTS cockpit switches are set to AUTO
and according to the airline definition,
- a cabin decompression occurs.

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SERVICE INTERPHONE D/O (3)


GENERAL
The SerViCE INTerphone SYStem is a voice communications system
on the ground, between the flight crew and the ground service personnel.
A communication can also be made between the attendant stations and
the dedicated jacks around or in the aircraft.

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
The SVCE INTPH SYS is made of:
- eight interphone jacks,
- a SVCE INTerphone OVerRiDe switch, with an integral indicator light
located on the maintenance panel in the cockpit,
- five isolation units, If there is a short-circuit condition in a
maintenance-interphone jack-socket, the isolation unit will keep the
effects of the failure on the service interphone system to a minimum.
The audio lines from the cockpit, cabin and interphone jacks are routed
to the amplifiers in both Cabin Intercommunication Data System (CIDS)
directors.
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SERVICE INTERPHONE D/O (3)


LGCIU AND SERVICE INTERPHONE OVERRIDE NOTE: When the CAB and INT keys are pressed (respectively on the
CONDITIONS ACPs in the cockpit and on the handset in the cabin), speech
communications can be established between the cockpit, the
The SVCE INTPH SYS is integrated in the CIDS directors. There are 2 cabin stations and the jacks.
modes to connect the jacks to the SVCE INTPH.
The automatic mode:
On ground only, with the landing gear down and compressed. The
Landing Gear Control and Interface Units (LGCIUs) send a ground signal
to the SVCE INTPH SYS, integrated in the directors.
The manual mode:
The SVCE INT OVRD pushbutton, on the maintenance panel, must be
pressed. Then the white ON light comes on. The aircraft is on the ground
with no signal from the LGCIUs (e.g: The LGCIUs are not supplied).
When the SVCE INT OVRD pushbutton is pressed or when the aircraft
is on jacks, a ground signal is sent to the directors.

OPERATIONS FROM COCKPIT


To establish a speech communication from the cockpit with the SVCE
INTPH jacks, the CABin key and knob on any Audio Control Panel
(ACP), must be pressed. The audio signals are transmitted to the jacks
through the Audio Management Unit (AMU), the SVCE INTPH SYS,
integrated in the CIDS directors and the audio lines.
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To establish a speech communication from the cabin with the SVCE
INTPH jacks, the SVCE key on the cabin attendant handset must be
pressed. The message "SERV INT" is displayed on the calling station
Attendant Indication Panels (AIPs). On all other AIPs, the steady "SERV
INT IN USE" message appears. The audio signals are digitized through
the type B Decoder/Encoder Units (DEUs) and transmitted through the
middle data bus lines to the directors. After conversion to analog signals,
they are transmitted to the jacks through audio lines.
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PASSENGER CALL SYSTEM D/O (3)


GENERAL OPTIONS
At Cabin Intercommunication Data System (CIDS) power-up a general The following options could be embodied upon customer request:
call reset will be initiated. Any call initiated from a passenger seat or a - two zone PAX to cabin ATTND calls,
lavatory activates aural and visual indications. If no passenger call is - three zone PAX to cabin ATTND calls,
made during boarding time, all seat row numbering lights will be steadily - PAX to cabin ATTND call via cabin ATTND station loudspeakers only,
illuminated. If a passenger call is made during boarding time, the - central reset of PAX calls for all zones from the Forward Attendant
respective seat row numbering light will flash. Panel (FAP),
- central reset of PAX calls zone wise, from the FAP and Additional
PASSENGER TO CABIN ATTND CALL FROM PASSENGER Attendant Panel (AAP),
SEAT (ONE CABIN ZONE) - PAX call indication on Attendant Indication Panels (AIP),
- chime inhibition for PAX to cabin ATTND calls.
When a passenger (PAX) seat PAX call pushbutton is pressed on the
Any of these options, once adopted, will be integrated in the Cabin
Passenger Service Unit (PSU), the following actions occur:
Assignment Module (CAM).
- the associated seat row numbering light comes on,
- a high 1 chime is broadcast over all ATTeNDant and PAX loudspeakers, 2/3 CABIN ZONES
- the blue light on all Area Call Panels (ACPs) comes on steady. When a passenger seat PAX call pushbutton is pressed on the PSU,
If several pushbuttons are pressed simultaneously, a maximum of three the following actions occur:
chimes sound. The call indications associated with an activated pushbutton - the blue visual indication of a PAX to cabin ATTND call will be
are reset when the same pushbutton is pressed a second time. effective on the ACP assigned to the PAX compartment where the
call has been initiated,
PASSENGER TO CABIN ATTND CALL FROM
- the aural call annunciation (1 high chime) will be broadcast via the
LAVATORIES (ONE CABIN ZONE)
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cabin and ATTND loudspeakers assigned to the PAX compartment


Basic version: When a lavatory call pushbutton is pressed, the following where the call has been initiated.
actions occur: PASSENGER TO CABIN ATTND CALL VIA CABIN
- the integrated call light comes on, ATTND STATION LOUDSPEAKERS ONLY
- a chime is broadcast over all ATTNDs and PAX loudspeakers,
The visual call annunciation will be effective on the ACP assigned to
- the amber light comes on steady on the respective ACP,
the PAX compartment where the call has been initiated. The aural
- the respective lavatory call amber light comes on.
call annunciation will be broadcast via the cabin ATTND loudspeakers
Pressing the respective lavatory call pushbutton a second time resets the
assigned to the PAX compartment where the call has been initiated.
associated call indications.

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CENTRAL RESET OF PASSENGER CALLS FOR ALL
ZONES FROM THE FAP
A specific central reset button for all PAX calls from all zones is
installed on the FAP. Both aural and visual indications are reset when
this pushbutton is pressed.
CENTRAL RESET OF PASSENGER CALLS ZONE WISE
FROM THE FAP AND AAP
A central reset button for the forward section is installed on the FAP.
A central reset button for the aft section is installed on the AAP.
PASSENGER CALL INDICATION ON AIP
The seat row number with a LH or RH reference or the location of
the respective lavatory will be displayed in clear text on the AIPs. A
second call received will be displayed after reset of the first call, if
more than one call and if designed for any AIP. The respective
indications disappear when the call has been reset by pushing the
CALL button again. If two or three zones PAX call is selected, the
individual calls will be indicated only on the AIPs which are assigned
to that particular PAX compartment call zone.
CHIME INHIBITION FOR PASSENGER TO CABIN
ATTND CALLS
A CHIME INHIBIT button installed on the FAP for chime inhibition.
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The button must be pushed in order to inhibit the call chimes. If the
button is pushed again the call chime is activated again. Only the
chime is inhibited, visual indications remain unaffected.
CALL FROM PCU
If a Passenger Entertainment System (PES) is installed on the aircraft
with the Passenger Services System (PSS) embodied, a PAX to cabin
ATTND call can be initiated from the Passenger Control Unit (PCU).
The results of this call are the same as the one defined when the call
is initiated from the PSU with all possible options.

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PASSENGER LIGHTED SIGNS D/O (3)


indication: One low chime is broadcast via all cabin and all ATTND
GENERAL loudspeakers when the signs are switched on/off.
No Smoking (NS) signs on is achieved by a 3-position switch AUTOMATIC MODE
(ON/AUTO/OFF) in the flight compartment for NS and EXIT signs in There is no automatic mode in the basic version.
the passenger compartment. Fasten Seat Belt (FSB) and return to seat
signs on is achieved by a 2-position switch (ON/OFF) in the flight EXCESSIVE ALTITUDE
compartment for FSB signs in the passenger compartment and the return
to seat signs in the lavatories. A class divider will be installed in the cabin In case of excessive altitude the FSB, return to seat, NS and the EXIT
when more than one cabin zone is adopted. signs switch on automatically.

NS AND EXIT SIGNS OPTIONS

MANUAL MODE The following options can be embodied upon customer request:
- flashing mode of passenger light signs,
In manual mode, the 3-position switch installed in the flight
- chime activation at signs "ON" operation only,
compartment can be set in the ON/OFF position for
- automatic FSB signs control at landing gear down and locked,
activation/deactivation of the NS and EXIT signs. Visual indication:
- automatic FSB signs control when slats and flaps are activated,
the NS at the seat rows and the EXIT signs are switched on/off. Aural
- automatic NS signs control when slats and flaps are activated,
indication: one low chime is broadcast via all passenger and all
- combined NS/seat row numbering signs.
attendant (ATTND) loudspeakers when the signs are switched on/off.
Any of these options, once adopted, will be integrated in the Cabin
AUTOMATIC MODE Assignment Module (CAM).
For the automatic mode, the 3-position switch installed in the flight FLASHING MODE OF PASSENGER LIGHTED SIGNS
compartment has to be set in the AUTO position. When the landing
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The FSB and NS will flash for approximately five seconds, when the
gear is down and locked the NS and EXIT signs are switched on. The
related switches in the flight compartment are set to the ON position.
visual and aural indications are the same as in the manual mode.
After expiration of this time period the signs will remain on and steady
FSB AND RETURN TO SEAT SIGNS until they are switched off.
CHIME ACTIVATION AT SIGNS ON OPERATION
MANUAL MODE
ONLY
The2-position switch installed in the flight compartment can be set
The passenger attention low-chime broadcast through the passenger
in the ON/OFF position for activation/deactivation of the FSB and
and cabin attendant station loudspeakers will be initiated only when
return to seat signs. Visual indication: the FSB signs at the seat rows
the SEAT BELTS or the NO SMOKING signs are switched on.
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AUTOMATIC FSB SIGNS CONTROL AT LANDING
GEAR DOWN AND LOCKED
The FSB signs in the passenger compartment and the return to seat
signs in lavatories will come on if the SEAT BELTS switch in the
flight compartment is in the auto position and the landing gear is down
locked.
AUTOMATIC FSB SIGNS CONTROL WHEN SLATS
AND FLAPS ARE ACTIVATED
The FSB signs in the passenger compartment and the return to seat
signs in lavatories will come on if the SEAT BELTS switch in the
flight compartment is in AUTO position and the slats and flaps are
activated.
AUTOMATIC NS SIGNS CONTROL WHEN THE SLATS
AND FLAPS ARE ACTIVATED
The NS signs in the passenger compartment will come on if the NO
SMOKING switch in the flight compartment is in the AUTO position
and the slats and flaps are activated.
COMBINED NS/SEAT ROW NUMBERING SIGNS
A combined NS and seat row numbering sign will be installed in each
Passenger Service Unit (PSU). The additional NS signs are activated
in parallel to the basic signs installed on the PSUs.
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NO ELECTRONIC DEVICE SIGNS


At customer request, the NS signs can be replaced by the no electronic
device signs.

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CIDS WARNINGS (3)


GENERAL
All BITE results are stored in the director (DIR) BITE dedicated memory
with failure indication shown on the Cabin Intercommunication Data
System (CIDS) CAUTion light, the ECAM EWD, the STATUS page on
the ECAM SD, the MCDU and the Programming and Test Panel (PTP).
Some failures or combination of failures cause immediate indication on
ECAM and single chime activation. A failure in the initialization process
in DIR 1 causes:
- display of the STatuS reminder on the EWD,
- display of CIDS 1 message on the STATUS page (on request).

NOTE: The STATUS page does not appear automatically after a


warning.
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CIDS 1 + 2 FAULT
If a failure of:
- both directors,
- 50% of all type A Decoder/Encoder Units (DEUs),
- 20% of adjacent type A DEUs zone wise,
- all type B DEUs with connected handset,
happens, the single chime sounds, the ECAM MASTER CAUT comes
on in the cockpit and the CIDS CAUT light comes on, on the Forward
Attendant Panel (FAP). The failure message is shown on the ECAM
EWD, and on request, on the STATUS page. A "CIDS FAIL" (check
CIDS functions) message is displayed for cabin crew on the PTP for all
cases. The related message is sent to the Centralized Fault display System
(CFDS)/PTP:
- DIR (via DIR 1 + 2),
- 50% type A DEUs,
- 20% type A DEUs in (x) zone,
- all type B DEUs with handset.
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CIDS CAUTION ON ECAM
When a CIDS caution message is displayed on the ECAM, the detailed
failure message is memorized in the PTP and available on ground on
request. The caution messages on the ECAM are the STS reminder on
the EWD, and the class 2 maintenance message on the STATUS page
which is displayed on request. The DIR continues to send CIDS caution
message to the System Data Acquisition Concentrator (SDAC) until the
fault is corrected. The CIDS caution message on the ECAM is displayed
if one DIR fails.
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CIDS CAUTION LIGHT ON FAP
Some CIDS caution message or failure signals also activate the CIDS
CAUT light on the FAP.

NOTE: The CIDS CAUT light can be reset in flight, but comes on again
on the ground (landing gear down and locked). The light cannot
be reset on the ground. When a CIDS CAUT occurs, the
respective failure message is displayed on the PTP.
The CIDS CAUT light comes on if :
- both DIRs fail,
- 50% of all type A DEUs fail,
- 20% of adjacent type A DEUs fail zonewise,
- all type B DEUs with a connected handset fail,
- no data from Smoke Detection Control Unit (SDCU) channel 1 and 2,
- the lavatory smoke detector fails (option),
- lavatory fire extinguisher bottle pressure low (by SDCU) (option),
- the heater of the drain mast fails,
- the control unit of the drain mast fails,
- the slides bottle pressure is low,
- the doors bottle pressure is low,
- CIDS top bus,
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- CIDS mid bus,


- DEU-A,
- DEU-B,
- FAP, PTP, Cabin Assignment Module (CAM),
- no data from CAM,
- no data from FAP,
- no data from PTP.

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GENERAL
The following sequence deals with the Programming and Test Panel
(PTP) SYSTEM STATUS and SYSTEM TEST functions. After pressing
the DiSPLay ON pushbutton, the first page gives access to 3 main parts:
- SYSTEM STATUS to get information on the Cabin Intercommunication
Data System (CIDS) and on all connected cabin systems,
- SYSTEM TEST to test CIDS as well as all connected cabin systems,
- PROGRAMMING to change the zoning, (not explained in this module).
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SYSTEM STATUS
The SYSTEM STATUS function lets the current status of the CIDS be
monitored. This includes the CIDS and the interfaces to other systems.
In case of no failure, the message is "OK" E.g.: "CIDS OK". In case of
failure, the message is indicated first. E.g.: "SLIDE PRESS LOW".
Selecting the membrane switch next to the failure message gives more
details on the related failure. For maintenance/cabin crew support, the
following systems functions are also monitored:
- lavatory smoke system (detectors and lavatory fire extinguisher
pressure),
- slide bottle pressure,
- doors bottle pressure,
- drain masts,
- doors closed/slides armed status.

NOTE: If an optional system/function is not requested by the customer,


it will not be monitored or shown on the display.
MAINTENANCE
The MAINTENANCE page gives access to the same items as the
Centralized Fault Display System (CFDS) SYSTEM REPORT/TEST
concerning the CIDS:
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- last leg report,


- previous legs report,
- Line Replaceable Unit (LRU) identification,
- fault data,
- class 3 faults,
- ground scan.
In flight, only the "CURRENT LEG REPORT" item is displayed and
available.

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SYSTEM STATUS (continued)
LAST LEG REPORT
This display shows the LAST/CURRENT LEG REPORT, with the
date and time of the failure occurrence, the ATA chapter and the name
of the failed unit. It contains class 1+2 failures.
PREVIOUS LEGS REPORT
This display shows the previous legs. It contains class 1+2 failures.
The various failed units can be:
- director (DIR) 1,
- DIR 2,
- Decoder/Encoder Unit (DEU) A,
- DEU B,
- CIDS top bus,
- CIDS middle bus,
- PTP,
- Forward Attendant Panel (FAP),
- System Data Acquisition Concentrator (SDAC) 1+2,
- Centralized Fault Display Interface Unit (CFDIU),
- Emergency Power Supply Units (EPSUs),
- Smoke Detector Control Unit (SDCU) channel 1+2,
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- Cabin Assignment Module (CAM).

NOTE: The PREV LEG report contains the fault information of the
last 64 flight legs and includes the date, time and ATA
chapter.
LRU IDENTIFICATION
The Part Number of the relevant unit is shown.

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- video system.
SYSTEM STATUS (continued)
GROUND SCAN
FAULT DATA The GROUND SCAN indicates all class 1 and 2 failures which are
This display contains the same DATA as "TROUBLE SHOOTING present on ground. For the continuously monitored systems, the ground
DATA" when using the MCDU with the CFDS. It shows: memory will be updated when the failure has been cancelled. For
- the date, non-monitored systems, the update will occur after a DIR power-on
- the leg number, or after a test activation via the PTP or MCDU.
- the hour,
- the number of occurrences,
- a 6 digits code which gives a more precise failure identification.
For example, code 240A07 means DEU A 200RH07 discrete output
or wiring connection pin J2-2.

NOTE: Failures are marked with "LEG 03".


CLASS 3 FAULTS
This display shows class 3 fault messages from the following items:
- CFDIU,
- SDCU channel 1,
- SDCU channel 2,
- SDAC 1,
- sign lamp,
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- call lamp,
- Attendant Indication Panel (AIP),
- Additional Attendant Panel (AAP),
- reading light,
- reading light Printed Circuit Board (PCB),
- power reading light PCB,
- work light FWD, MIDdle, AFT,
- work light PCB FWD, MID,
- power PCB FWD, MID, AFT,
- Passenger Entertainment System (PES) Main Multiplexer (MMUX),
- announcement reproducer,
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SYSTEM TEST
The SYSTEM TEST function is used for the test on ground only of the
following units: :
- active DIR,
- CIDS bus,
- DEU A,
- DEU B,
- CAM,
- PTP,
- FAP,
- AAPs,
- AIPs,
- loudspeakers,
- sign lamps,
- Area Call Panels (ACPs),
- passenger call lamps,
- reading/work lights,
- emergency light battery,
- drain masts.

NOTE: Test of the passive director (DIR) 2 is only available via the
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MCDU. (ACT) indicates that director 1 is active.


The RESET function initiates a CIDS power on reset including the
complete power on test. The complete power on test is only done if there
is at least one cabin door open. If there is a failure, it can be read using
the automatically displayed SYSTEM STATUS/MAINTENANCE mode
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SYSTEM TEST (continued)
READING/WORK LIGHTS TEST
See ATA 33 for more explanations about EMERGENCY LIGHT
BATTERY test.

NOTE: The reading/work lights test also includes the test of the
decoration lights, if the system is installed.
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# CABIN ATTENDANT HANDSET PRESENTATION (3)


GENERAL
Each attendant station has a handset for public announcement, interphone
dialing and communication. The handset rests in a cradle.

FUNCTION
The handset and cradle fulfill the following functions:
- the hook-off sensing,
- the Push-To-Talk (PTT) switching,
- the Passenger Address (PA) announcement,
- the interphone.
Handset volume adjustment: After removing the keyboard cover, two
potentiometers under the PTT button can be adjusted.
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GENERAL PRIORITY
The Cabin Intercommunication Data System (CIDS) directors (DIRs) The basic levels of priority arethe following ones:
accept audio signals from the various Passenger Address (PA) sources - 1st priority: Flight compartment,
in the aircraft. The active DIR assigns priorities to each source. It transmits - 2nd priority: Cabin attendant stations,
the signal in digital form via the two top-line data buses to the type A
Decoder/Encoder Units (DEUs) and, optionally via the Passenger - 3rd priority: Prerecorded announcement,
Entertainment System Main Multiplexer (PESMMUX), to each Passenger - 4th priority: BGM and/or entertainment system (if installed).
Control Unit (PCU). The type A DEUs send the signal to the cabin As an option the FWD attendant station could have the 2nd level of
loudspeakers for broadcasting. The announcements can be heard, at each priority, in this case the other attendant stations will have the 3rd level of
passenger seat, with a headset. priority. The levels of priority and the defined options are programmed
in the Cabin Assignment Module (CAM) flash card integrated into the
SOURCES
FAP.
A PA announcement can be manually initiated from the cockpit and from
PA LEVEL
the cabin. The announcement from the cockpit can be initiated with:
- the cockpit handset, The CIDS transmits the PA announcements and the BGM to all passenger
- other equipment: handmic, boomset mic, oxygen-mask mic in related loudspeakers. When an engine is running, the PA volume is
conjunction with the Audio Control Panels (ACPs), increased automatically by + 6 dB, and by + 4 dB in the event of cabin
- the No Smoking (NS) and Fasten Seat Belts (FSB) switches set to ON. depressurization, monitored by the Cabin Pressure Controller (CPC). The
The announcement from the cabin can be initiated with: PA volume is also increased in case of a data bus failure (top line). If
- the attendant handsets, during a PA announcement the cockpit door is opened, there is a volume
- the Flight Attendant Panel (FAP); from which the prerecorded
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decrease of the PA announcement in the cockpit door area, to avoid a


announcements, stored in the PRerecorded Announcement and Music feedback with the cockpit. The CIDS gives the possibility to change the
(PRAM) flash card (optional) integrated into the FAP, can be selected volume of chimes and announcements in all defined cabin areas
and initiated, as the BoardinG Music (BGM). Instead of the flash card, independently. To change the settings in one area, the LEVEL
PRAM-audio cassette/compact disc reproducer can be optionally installed. ADJUSTMENT page must be selected on the FAP. The related Adjust
- the Video Control Unit (VCU) if a video system is installed (optional). button must be pushed on the LEVEL ADJUSTMENT page to open the
A PA announcement can be automatically initiated from the PRAM when: related VOLUME ADJUSTMENT subpanel. To select the respective
- the NS or FSB cockpit switches are set to AUTO and the landing gear location the up/down buttons must be pushed on the VOLUME
is down and locked or slats and flaps are activated, ADJUSTMENT subpanel. The volume of announcements and chimes is
- a cabin decompression occurs. increased/decreased by pushing the related plus/minus button on the
subpanel.

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# SERVICE INTERPHONE D/O (3)


GENERAL
The SerViCE INTerphone SYStem is a voice communications system
on the ground, between the flight crew and the ground service personnel.
A communication can also be made between the attendant stations and
the dedicated jacks around or in the aircraft.

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
The SVCE INTPH SYS is made of:
- eight interphone jacks,
- a SVCE INTerphone OVerRiDe switch, with an integral indicator light
located on the maintenance panel in the cockpit,
- five isolation units, If there is a short-circuit condition in a
maintenance-interphone jack-socket, the isolation unit will keep the
effects of the failure on the service interphone system to a minimum.
The audio lines from the cockpit, cabin and interphone jacks are routed
to the amplifiers in both Cabin Intercommunication Data System (CIDS)
directors.
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# SERVICE INTERPHONE D/O (3)


LGCIU AND SERVICE INTERPHONE OVERRIDE NOTE: When the CAB and INT keys are pressed (respectively on the
CONDITIONS ACPs in the cockpit and on the handset in the cabin), speech
communications can be established between the cockpit, the
The SVCE INTPH SYS is integrated in the CIDS directors. There are 2 cabin stations and the jacks.
modes to connect the jacks to the SVCE INTPH.
The automatic mode:
On ground only, with the landing gear down and compressed. The
Landing Gear Control and Interface Units (LGCIUs) send a ground signal
to the SVCE INTPH SYS, integrated in the directors.
The manual mode:
The SVCE INT OVRD pushbutton, on the maintenance panel, must be
pressed. Then the white ON light comes on. The aircraft is on the ground
with no signal from the LGCIUs (e.g: The LGCIUs are not supplied).
When the SVCE INT OVRD pushbutton is pressed or when the aircraft
is on jacks, a ground signal is sent to the directors.

OPERATIONS FROM COCKPIT


To establish a speech communication from the cockpit with the SVCE
INTPH jacks, the CABin key and knob on any Audio Control Panel
(ACP), must be pressed. The audio signals are transmitted to the jacks
through the Audio Management Unit (AMU), the SVCE INTPH SYS,
integrated in the CIDS directors and the audio lines.
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To establish a speech communication from the cabin with the SVCE
INTPH jacks, the SVCE key on the cabin attendant handset must be
pressed. The message "SERV INT" is displayed on the calling station
Attendant Indication Panels (AIPs). On all other AIPs, the steady "SERV
INT IN USE" message appears. The audio signals are digitized through
the type B Decoder/Encoder Units (DEUs) and transmitted through the
middle data bus lines to the directors. After conversion to analog signals,
they are transmitted to the jacks through audio lines.
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PASSENGER CALL SYSTEM D/O (3)


GENERAL OPTIONS
At Cabin Intercommunication Data System (CIDS) power-up a general The following options could be embodied upon customer request:
call reset will be started. Any call started from a passenger seat or a - two zone PAX to cabin ATTND calls,
lavatory activates aural and visual indications. If no passenger call is - three zone PAX to cabin ATTND calls,
made during boarding time, all seat row numbering lights will be - PAX to cabin ATTND call via cabin ATTND station loudspeakers only,
continuously lighted. If a passenger call is made during boarding time, - central reset of PAX calls for all zones on the AUDIO page, on the
the respective seat row numbering light will flash. Flight Attendant Panel (FAP),
- central reset of PAX calls zone wise, on the AUDIO page, on the FAP
PASSENGER TO CABIN ATTND CALL FROM PASSENGER and on the Additional Attendant Panel (AAP),
SEAT (ONE CABIN ZONE) - PAX call indication on Attendant Indication Panels (AIPs),
- chime inhibition for PAX to cabin ATTND calls.
When a passenger (PAX) seat call P/B is pressed on the Passenger Service
Any of these options, once adopted, will be integrated in the Cabin
Unit (PSU):
Assignment Module (CAM) flash card into the FAP.
- the associated seat row numbering light comes on,
- a high 1 chime is broadcasted over all attendant (ATTND) and PAX 2/3 CABIN ZONES
loudspeakers, When a passenger seat PAX call P/B is pressed on the PSU:
- the blue Light Emitting Diode (LED), on all Area Call Panels (ACPs) - the visual annunciation (blue) of a PAX to cabin ATTND call will
comes on continuously. be effective on the ACP assigned to the PAX compartment where the
If several P/Bs are pressed simultaneously, a maximum of three chimes call has been initiated,
sound. The call indications associated with an activated P/B are reset - the aural call annunciation (1 high chime) will be broadcasted via
when the same P/B is pressed a second time. the cabin and ATTND loudspeakers assigned to the PAX compartment
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PASSENGER TO CABIN ATTND CALL FROM
LAVATORIES (ONE CABIN ZONE) PASSENGER TO CABIN ATTND CALL VIA CABIN
ATTND STATION LOUDSPEAKERS ONLY
Basic version: When a lavatory call P/B is pressed:
The visual call annunciation will be effective on the ACP assigned to
- the integrated call light comes on,
the PAX compartment where the call has been initiated. The aural
- a chime is broadcasted over all ATTNDs and PAX loudspeakers,
call annunciation will be broadcasted via the cabin ATTND
- the amber LED comes on continuously on the respective ACP,
loudspeakers assigned to the PAX compartment where the call has
- the respective lavatory call amber LED comes on.
been initiated.
Pressing the respective lavatory call P/B a second time resets the
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CENTRAL RESET OF PASSENGER CALLS FOR ALL The results of this call are the same as the one defined when the call
ZONES FROM THE FAP is initiated from the PSU with all possible options.
A specific Call Reset button for all PAX calls from all zones is
localized on the AUDIO page on the FAP. Both aural and visual
indications are reset when this P/B is pressed.
CENTRAL RESET OF PASSENGER CALLS ZONE WISE
FROM THE FAP AND AAP
A central reset button for the forward section is localized on the
AUDIO page on the FAP. A CALL RESET button for the aft section
is installed on the AAP.
PASSENGER CALL INDICATION ON AIP
The seat row number with a LH or RH reference or the location of
the respective lavatory will be shown in clear text on the AIPs. A
second received call will be shown after reset of the first call, if more
than one call if designed at any AIP. The respective indications
disappear when the call has been reset by pushing the CALL button
again. If two or three zone PAX calls are selected, the individual calls
will be indicated only on the AIPs which are assigned to that particular
PAX compartment call zone.
CHIME INHIBITION FOR PASSENGER TO CABIN
ATTND CALLS
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A chime Inhibit button is set on the AUDIO page on the FAP for
chime inhibition. The button must be pushed in order to inhibit the
call chimes. If the button is pushed again the call chime is activated
again. Only the chime is inhibited, visual indications remain
unaffected.
CALL FROM PCU
If a Passenger Entertainment System (PES) is installed in the aircraft
with the Passenger Services System (PSS) embodied, a PAX to cabin
ATTND call can be initiated from the Passenger Control Unit (PCU).

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PASSENGER LIGHTED SIGNS D/O (3)


GENERAL FASTEN SEAT BELT AND RETURN TO SEAT SIGNS
No Smoking (NS) signs lighting is achieved by a 3 position NO MANUAL MODE
SMOKING SW (ON/AUTO/OFF) in the flight compartment for NS and The 2 positions SEAT BELTS SW installed in the flight compartment
EXIT signs in the cabin. Fasten Seat Belt (FSB) and Return To Seat can be set in the ON/OFF position for activation/deactivation of the
(RTS) signs lighting is achieved by a 2 position SEAT BELTS SW FSB and RTS signs. Visual indication: The FSB signs at the seat row
(ON/OFF) (AUTO third position in option) in the flight compartment signs and the RTS signs at the lavatories are switched on/off. Aural
for FSB signs in the cabin and the RTS signs in the lavatories. indication: One low chime is broadcast via all cabin and all ATTND
loudspeakers when the signs are switched on/off.
NO SMOKING AND EXIT SIGNS
AUTOMATIC MODE
MANUAL MODE
There is no automatic mode in the basic version.
In manual mode, the 3 position NO SMOKING SW installed in the
flight compartment can be set in the ON/OFF position for NOTE: The AUTO third position is available as an option on the
activation/deactivation of the NS and EXIT signs. Visual indication: SEAT BELTS SW and the signs will, normally be activated
The NS at the seat rows and the EXIT signs are switched on/off. Aural at SLAT/FLAP extension, if in AUTO position.
indication: One low chime is broadcast via all passenger and all
ATTeNDant loudspeakers when the signs are switched on/off. All the EXCESSIVE ALTITUDE
NS signs (including cabin crew NS signs) can be switched on by
selecting the NON SMOKER A/C button on the CABIN In case of excessive altitude the FSB, RTS, NS and the EXIT signs switch
PROGRAMMING page of the Flight Attendant Panel (FAP), all NS on automatically.
and attendant NS signs are switched on, regardless of the position of
OPTIONS
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the cockpit switches. This does not affect the EXIT signs.
AUTOMATIC MODE The following options can be embodied upon customer request:
- flashing mode of passenger lighted signs,
For the automatic mode, the 3 position NO SMOKING SW installed - chime activation at signs "ON" operation only,
in the flight compartment has to be set in the AUTO position. When - automatic FSB signs control at landing gear down and locked,
the landing gear is down and locked the NS and EXIT signs are - automatic FSB signs control when slats and flaps are activated,
switched on. The visual and aural indications are the same as in the - automatic NS signs control when slats and flaps are activated,
manual mode. - combined NS/seat row numbering signs.
Any of these options, once adopted, will be integrated in the Cabin
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FLASHING MODE OF PASSENGER LIGHTED SIGNS NO ELECTRONIC DEVICE SIGNS
The FSB and NS will flash for approximately five seconds, when the At customer request, the NS signs can be replaced by the no electronic
related switches in the flight compartment are set to the ON position. device signs.
After expiration of this time period the signs will remain on and steady
until they are switched off.
CHIME ACTIVATION AT SIGNS ON OPERATION
ONLY
The passenger attention low-chime broadcast through the passenger
and cabin attendant station loudspeakers will be started only when
the FSB or the NS signs are switched on.
AUTOMATIC FASTEN SEAT BELT SIGNS CONTROL
AT LANDING GEAR DOWN AND LOCKED
The FSB signs in the passenger compartment and the RTS signs in
lavatories will come on if the SEAT BELTS SW in the flight
compartment is in the AUTO position and the landing gear is down
locked.
AUTOMATIC FSB SIGNS CONTROL WHEN SLATS
AND FLAPS ARE ACTIVATED
The FSB signs in the passenger compartment and the RTS signs in
lavatories will come on if the SEAT BELTS SW in the flight
compartment is in AUTO position and the slats and flaps are activated.
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AND FLAPS ARE ACTIVATED
The NS signs in the passenger compartment will come on if the NO
SMOKING SW in the flight compartment is in the AUTO position
and the slats and flaps are activated.
COMBINED NS/SEAT ROW NUMBERING SIGNS
A combined NS and seat row numbering sign will be installed in each
Passenger Service Unit (PSU). The additional NS signs are activated
in parallel to the basic signs available on the PSUs.

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CIDS WARNINGS (3)


list on the ECAM STATUS page. Class 1 faults are recorded in the CFDS
GENERAL LAST/CURRENT LEG REPORT and the POST FLIGHT REPORT.
The indication of the failures depends on their importance. On the Flight NON CRITICAL CIDS FAULTS
Attendant Panel (FAP), there is a Cabin Intercommunication Data System
(CIDS) CAUTion light in the upper left corner of the touchscreen. It is Non critical CIDS faults (e.g. Cabin Assignment Module (CAM) layout
normally off. The CAUT light comes on amber and flashes when the transmission failure) have no flight crew related effects, so there are no
active director (DIR) detects a fault that needs cabin crew action. The 'in flight' cockpit alerts. In most cases there is no FAP CAUT and/or
action needed is shown in the heading row (e.g. Please select Doors page). message. However some of these faults are class 2 maintenance faults
When you select the page, the CAUT light stops flashing and remains only. The cabin crew is not alerted, but these class 2 faults are indicated
on continuously. If the fault is cleared the CAUT light goes off. For some to the cockpit crew in flight on the ECAM STATUS page after manual
faults, the required page is automatically shown on the FAP, there can selection and are the subject of an ECAM report (POST FLIGHT
also be a blue card message. This is a blue rectangle with a fault message REPORT...) on the ground after engines shutdown. The ECAM STATUS
written in amber. Major CIDS faults (class 1) are also indicated to the page shows MAINTENANCE CIDS 1 (2).
flight crew with Flight Warning System (FWS) level 2 or level 1 alerts.
All CIDS faults generate Centralized Fault Display System
(CFDS)/MCDU class 1, 2, 3 messages. Contrary to cockpit indications,
the FAP failures indications doe not depend on flight phases.

NOTE: The STATUS page does not appear automatically after a


warning.

MAJOR CIDS FAULTS (CLASS 1)


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Class 1 CIDS faults are:


- CIDS DIR 1 and 2 fault,
- a top line bus failure,
- a middle line bus failure,
- 10 % of Decoder/Encoder Units (DEUs) type A failed,
- 50 % of DEUs type B with failed connected handsets.
In each case the cockpit display will be:
MASTER CAUT light (amber), single stroke chime, and an ECAM
message CIDS 1+ 2 FAULT on the EWD (inhibited in flight phases 3,
4, 5, 7 and 8). CIDS 1+2 message will be added to the INOP SYStem

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PASSENGER ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM PRESENTATION (1)


The video is transmitted to the video System Control Unit (SCU) from
GENERAL the Video Tape Reproducers (VTRs). The video sound is transmitted to
the MAIN MUX and to the CIDS. Therefore video sounds can be heard
The Passenger Address (PA) and entertainment system comprises the
from the headset through the PCU or from the loudspeakers. The in-seat
following basic functions:
video DUs are supplied through the MAIN MUX.
- Passenger Entertainment System (PES),
- PES video, PRAM
- PRerecorded Announcements and Music system (PRAM).
The PES comprises the PES music, the PA announcement and the The PRAM can be:
passenger service. - an audio tape reproducer,
- a compact disc reproducer,
PES - a flash card directly plugged in the Flight Attendant Panel only.
Reproducers or flash card contain prerecorded announcements and BGM
The PES transmits prerecorded music programs, PA information, video
supplied to the CIDS DIRs. The announcements are also sent to the MAIN
and video sounds to the passengers. The audio signals can be heard
MUX. The PRAM is controlled from the FAP.
through headphones connected to the Passenger Control Units (PCUs).
The PCU allows several music channels and video audio channels to be
selected and the volume to be adjusted. The PCU also allows the reading
lights and passenger calls to be remotely controlled through the Passenger
Services System (PSS). All prerecorded announcements (video and sound)
and the PA messages, heard in the headphones through the PCUs, have
priority over the music and video sound entertainment channels. The PA
announcements and messages are also broadcast through the loudspeakers
and headsets, via the Cabin Intercommunication Data System (CIDS).
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The PES audio reproducers supply music channels to the MAIN


MUltipleXer (MAIN MUX) and BoardinG Music (BGM) channels to
the CIDS directors (DIRs). The CIDS broadcasts the BGM through the
loudspeakers. BGM channel and volume control is performed on the
Flight or Forward Attendant Panel (FAP). The MAIN MUX is connected
to the CFDS via the CIDS DIRECTOR to ensure the PA BITE function.

PES VIDEO
The PES video shows prerecorded video movies and video announcements
through different Display Units (DUs) in the passenger compartment.
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ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE (2)


ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE PROBLEMS
Electro Static Discharge (ESD) is generated by rubbing materials with
each other. By moving over plastic materials (synthetic fibers), wearing
synthetic fiber clothing, electrical charges build up on the body. Thus
voltages of 12000 to 35000 volts can develop on a person. Touching
connector pins of computer units, a discharge path is formed through
wiring and components. Integrated Circuit (IC) chips can be partly
damaged or totally destroyed. Rubbing materials from the "tribo-electris"
series against each other and then separating them from each other causes
a build-up of electrostatic charges. If the materials are far apart in the
series, there will be a higher electric charge.
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ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE PROTECTION
Here are some precautions to avoid damage of electronic equipment by
ESD. Line Replaceable Units (LRUs) that are sensitive to ESD are
identified by a black and yellow label on equipment face.
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LRU REMOVAL
Replacing an LRU bearing the black and yellow label requires these
precautions.
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LRU TEST
Testing of installed LRUs requires the following precautions.
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WORK STATION
The removal and testing of printed-circuit boards from an LRU bearing
the black and yellow label, is carried out as follows.
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BITE TEST OF CIDS THROUGH THE PTP(3)(CLASSIC CIDS


JOB SET-UP (1/2)
The aircraft has to be put in maintenance configuration.
Energize the aircraft electrical circuits.
Do the EIS start procedure, only for the upper and lower ECAM Display
Units (DUs).
Make sure Passenger Entertainment System (PES), video/music is
energized, if installed.
Make sure that at least one cabin door is open.
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JOB SET-UP (2/2)
Make sure that the EMERgency EXIT LighT switch (SW) on the SIGNS
panel 25VU is in the OFF position.
Make sure that C/Bs listed in AMM on panels 49VU, 121VU , 122VU
and 2001VU are closed.

NOTE: Several C/Bs have to be checked on 49VU, 121VU , 122VU


and 2001VU C/B panels, but the number and name depend on
aircraft equipment.
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PROCEDURE(1/5)
On the panel 49VU:
- open the C/Bs DIR ESS/1 and DIR ESS/2.
On the panel 121VU:
- open the C/Bs DIR 1/BAT and DIR 2/BAT,
- open the C/Bs DIR NORM/1 and DIR NORM/2.
On the Forward Attendant Panel (FAP), the Cabin Intercommunication
Data System (CIDS) CAUTion light comes on.
On the Programming and Test Panel (PTP), the CIDS DEGRADATION
message comes on.
In the cockpit, on the upper ECAM display, the message COM CIDS
1+2 FAULT comes on, through the cockpit loudspeaker a single chime
is heard, and the MASTER CAUT comes on amber.
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PROCEDURE(2/5)
On the ECAM Control Panel (ECP), push the STatuS P/B, the message
INOP SYS CIDS comes on on the lower ECAM DU.
On the panel 121VU, after approximately 10 s, close the C/B DIR
NORM/1 and DIR NORM/2, after that on the panel 49VU close the C/Bs
DIR ESS/1 and DIR ESS/2, the CIDS CAUT light goes off, then close
the C/B DIR 1/BAT and DIR 2/BAT on the panel 121VU.
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PROCEDURE(3/5)
Wait approximately 5 min before starting the next test step. After that,
on the FAP the CIDS CAUT light is still off, and in the cockpit on the
upper and lower ECAM DUs, all CIDS FAULT messages are off.
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PROCEDURE(4/5)
On the PTP push the DiSPLay ON membrane SW, the CIDS menu pages
comes on.
Push the SYSTEM STATUS related membrane SW, the page comes on
with system OK messages.
Push the CONTinuous related membrane SW until the MAINTENANCE
message comes on
Push the MAINTENANCE related membrane SW, the page comes on.
Push the CONT related membrane SW until the GROUND SCAN
message comes on.
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PROCEDURE(5/5)
Push the GROUND SCAN related membrane SW, the page comes on
with NO FAILURE message.
Push the RETurn related membrane SW until the SYSTEM STATUS
page comes on, thereafter, push the CONT related membrane SW until
the MAINTENANCE message comes on.
Push the MAINTENANCE related membrane SW until, the page comes
on.
Push the CONT related membrane SW, the CLASS 3 FAULTS message
comes on.
Push the CLASS 3 FAULTS related membrane SW, this occurs that the
CLASS 3 FAULTS page comes on with NO FAILURE messages comes
on.
To finish, push the DSPL ON membrane SW, the CIDS menu page comes
on.
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CLOSE UP
Do the EIS stop procedure and de-energize the aircraft electrical circuits

NOTE: If some reading lights be inoperational after the test: Switch


off the reading lights on the FAP for approximately 10 seconds,
and then on again.
If the NS signs in a Non Smoker A/C configuration do not come
on: Set the NS switch to the AUTO or ON position and then
back again.
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