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MAINTENANCE COURSE - T1 & T2 (RR / Metric)
LEVEL III - ATA 44 Cabin Systems
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Theory System
Cabin Intercommunication Data System Desc. (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Cockpit Door Surveillance System Description (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Cabin Video Monitoring System Description (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Cabin Systems Maintenance (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Cabin Systems Operation, Control & Indicating (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . .60
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General
The CIDS is designed in a modular way, that means the number of
installed components will be adapted to the cabin layout and functional
requirements. The general CIDS system architecture is based on
computers (3 directors), bus lines and network concept.
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GENERAL

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System Description
Directors
The three Directors are the heart of the CIDS.
They are fully identical and have the same outputs and inputs.
They give to each other their operational status through a discrete
signal plus data and failure information through CAN busses.
In normal operation, one director is operative and the two others are
in hot stand-by.
The Directors integrate a smoke detection function, which is an
independent hardware part. This function is linked to the cargo and
avionics smoke detectors by CAN busses.
The Directors are linked with the MD and UD Flight Attendant Panels
(FAP):
- by Ethernet for data exchange,
- by discrete for reset.
The Directors are linked with the DEU A by Ethernet data busses
called "TOP LINES". They are also linked with the DEU B by Ethernet
data busses called "MIDDLE LINES".
The system reconfiguration (installation of options, cabin
reconfiguration or CIDS expansion) is achieved through Field
Loadable Software (FLS). These FLS are in the OBRM and the CAM
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flash memory cards. They are loaded from the Main Deck (MD) FAP
(Master) flash cards at power-up.
The CIDS transmits the following data to the OMS :
- fault messages from the BITE to the CMS for failure isolation, failure
memorization and reports generation
- its configuration to the DLCS for configuration monitoring and
management.
The CMS can launch CIDS interactive tests from the maintenance
terminals.

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTION - DIRECTORS

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DEU A. A PISA is integrated into each PSU. Each DEU A can control
System Description (continued) up to 8 PISAs.
The PISAs or std alone PISAs are connected to the following
DEU Type A
equipment:
The Directors and Decoder/Encoder Units (DEUs) type A for - Reading-light switches and reading lights,
passenger functions are connected to the Top line data busses. There - PAX call button and call light,
are six independent top line data-buses installed on the Main Deck - Loudspeakers,
(MD) and six on the Upper Deck (UD). On both decks the six top - No Smoking (NS), Fasten Seat Belt (FSB) and Return To Seat (RTS)
lines are installed along both aircraft sides and on the center of the signs,
aircraft. They are all located above the ceiling of the cabin. The four The DEU A is the interface for the Stair Electrical Load Adapter
top line data bus, in the Lower Deck (if applicable), are installed along (STELLA), Spot Array Light Supply Adapter (SALSA), Lavatory
each A/C side. Interface and Light Adapter (LAILA) and the ballast units (up to 8
Top lines are Ethernet data busses (10Mb/sec). Each line is connected per DEU A).
to the three Directors. The Stand alone PISA are basically connected to attendant reading
A failure of one top line disables all passenger functions controlled lights and loudspeakers. The stand alone PISA are installed in the
by this bus. But in this case, the level of the loudspeaker connected cabin attendant stations, door, entrance and bar areas.
through the other bus is increased. The LAILA supplies dimmable lighting of lavatories and lavatory
The lines run through connection boxes. Each connection box is signs.
connected on a DEU A. A coding switch on the connection box The STELLA, SALSA supplies stair case area lighting and spot light
supplies the DEU A with its own address. arrays.
Control commands and audio signals from the Director are decoded The DEU A supplies 28VDC normal or essential power to the PISA,
by the DEU A and transmitted to the respective connected equipment. StA PISA and LAILA.
There are power supply monitoring lights on each connection box.
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The green light (NORMal) is on if the DC SERVICE BUS power is


available. The amber light (ESSential) is on if the DC ESSENTIAL
BUS power is available.
Note that the last connection box on the top line includes a termination
resistor for impedance matching.
Up to 192 DEUs A (12 DEU A per Top line) can be installed in the
cabin (85 in the typical configuration).
The CIDS uses each DEU A to control cabin lighting, signs, calls and
cabin loudspeakers according to the program hosted in the CAM.
The passenger functions are centralized in the PSUs. The Passenger
Interface and Supply Adapter (PISA) is the PSU interface with the
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SYSTEM DESCRIPTION - DEU TYPE A

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- Optional cabin alert push button,
System Description (continued) - Lavatory occupied sign.
DEU Type B
The CIDS Directors and DEUs type B for cabin crew related functions
are connected to the Middle line data busses. On each deck, there are
two independent middle line data-buses installed, each on the A/C
deck. The middle lines are installed along each aircraft side and are
located above the ceiling of the cabin.
Middle lines are Ethernet data busses (10Mb/sec). Each line is
connected to the three Directors.
The lines run through connection boxes. Each connection box is
connected on a DEU B. A physical mount coding device prevents the
mechanics to mount a DEU A in place of a DEU B and vice versa.
There are power supply monitoring lights on each connection box.
The green light (NORMal) is on if the DC SERVICE BUS power is
available. The amber light (ESSential) is on if the DC ESSENTIAL
BUS power is available.
Note that the last connection box on the middle line includes a
termination resistor for impedance matching.
Up to 72 DEUs B (12 DEU B per Middle line) can be installed in the
cabin (18 in the typical configuration).
The CIDS uses each DEU B to control the different cabin crew related
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functions and other cabin support systems.


The following equipment are connected to the DEUs B:
- ACP
- AIP
- AAP
- Cabin handset
- Ice Protection Control Unit (IPCU),
- Emergency Power Supply Unit (EPSU),
- Trolley Lift Controller (TLC),
- Cabin smoke detectors,
- Temperature sensors,
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SYSTEM DESCRIPTION - DEU TYPE B

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System Description (continued)
CIDS Cabin Crew Related Equipment
There are two types of ACPs: integrated in EXIT signs or stand alone.
The ACP has five separately controlled fields. Each field contains
coloured LEDs activated either continuously or flashing. They inform
cabin attendants of PAX-call, interphone call, sterile cockpit request,
smoke detection and EVAC.
The AIPs display dial and call information from Passenger Address
(PA), interphone and PAX call and other cabin systems information
like the LAV smoke location. The AIP display is composed of two
lines and two indicator lights. These indicator lights are used to attract
cabin crew attention (when a message is displayed).
The optional AAPs control a specific cabin zone. They are 3 AAPs
types: With 18, 12 or 6 keys. Their basic functions are the cabin lights
control, smoke detection indication and EVAC alert. Up to 144 AAPs
can be installed.
The cabin and cockpit handsets are used for Interphone functions and
for PA announcements. In typical configuration there are 20 handsets
installed (up to 144 can be installed). The handset has the following
main components:
- An integrated keyboard with 18 keys (17 for cockpit handset) which
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is used to initiate different types of calls/announcements,


- An integrated display which provides the related PA/Interphone
dialling and calling information,
- A PTT switch which is used for PA function.

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTION - CIDS CABIN CREW RELATED EQUIPMENT

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- USB plug for printer, mouse, software or data loading for NSS
System Description (continued) applications,
- Headphone plug to listen to PRAM before broadcasting.
FAP Presentation
On the lower part of the FAP panel, part hidden by the lining, 3 flash
The FAP is the main user interface with the CIDS. It programs, card readers are installed:
controls and indicates the status of the CIDS and of some cabin support - One for the OBRM flash card containing the system software,
systems. - One for the CAM flash card containing all cabin layout and zoning
Basically, there is one FAP installed on the UD and one on the MD information (Cabin zoning, seat relation to loudspeakers and passenger
(which is the master) and they are installed in the door area. Up to 10 lighted signs, chime sequences, Audio levels).
FAPs can be installed. The FAP comprises a touch screen and a hard - The third flash card is the integrated PRAM which stores prerecorded
key panel. announcement and boarding music audio.
The touch screen has the following functional areas: As an option it is possible to connect a keyboard.
- Heading row for each selected title page.
- Display area to show each selected page.
- System and function keys to navigate through the different pages.
The hard key panel is used for major functions, which have to be
operated independently from the FAP touch screen.
The hard key panel has the following hard keys:
- PED POWER,
- LIGHTS MAIN ON/OFF to switch the main cabin lights ON or OFF
(100% or 0%),
- LAV MAINT (standing for lavatory maintenance) to switch lavatory
lights on (100%),
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- SCREEN 30 sec LOCK to lock the touch function of the screen and
be able to clean it,
- EVAC CMD to initiate an emergency evacuation,
- EVAC RESET to reset the evacuation lights and audio alert,
- SMOKE RESET to reset the audio smoke alert,
- FAP - PC RESET to reset the PC part of the FAP.
The hard key panel has the following switches:
- EMER LIGHT for emergency,
- PAX SYS to cut off the In-Flight Entertainment System (normally
enabled upon power-up).
And it has also the following interfaces:
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System Description (continued)
FAP Interfaces
Only the first two FAPs are directly connected to the Directors. Any
other FAP is connected in series with one of the first two FAPs. The
FAPs installed on the UD are independent from the FAPs installed
on the MD. A faulty FAP on the UD has no influence on the MD FAP
and vice versa.
The FAP is connected to the following equipments:
- Director 1,
- Director 2,
- Director 3,
- Next FAP,
- Mini FAPs,
- IFE,
- Emergency lighting system,
- NSS - SIRU (for CCOM, cabin log book and OMS applications),
- NSS - CRU (for CVMS display, IFE control and other).
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SYSTEM DESCRIPTION - FAP INTERFACES

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System Description (continued)
MINI FAP (Optional)
The MINI FAP is a touch screen panel and has FAP limited functions.
It is used for local cabin control (up to 4 zones can be controlled and
up to 28 mini FAPs can be installed). In case of MINI-FAP installation,
there is a data link between one MINI-FAP on Main Deck (MD) and
one MINI-FAP on Upper Deck (UD). This data link is always active,
data from CIDS directors goes via master FAP and MD MINI-FAP
to UD MINI-FAP and then to the UD FAP and the other MINI-FAPs.
In case of failure of the Master FAP, the back up bus becomes active,
and data from the CIDS directors goes to UD FAP, UD MINI-FAPs
and then to the MD MINI-FAPs via the data link. The MINI-FAP
comprises a touch screen and an hard key panel.
The MINI-FAP has the basic following pages:
- Cabin lighting
- Smoke detection
- MINI-FAP set-up.
This can be extended to include up to 10 pages: cabin ready function,
air conditioning control,...
The MINI-FAP has the basic following hard keys:
- SCREEN OFF
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- EVAC RESET
- SMOKE RESET.

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System Description (continued)
Power Supply
In the normal mode, the normal bus supplies 28VDC to CIDS
Directors and DEUs. The system operates with full capability.
In the emergency mode, only the essential bus supplies 28 VDC to
the CIDS if the normal bus is not available.
If the normal bus is not available and the CIDS is in emergency mode,
the power consumption is reduced to a minimum.
The system operates with minimum capabilities. The remaining
functions are:
- Passenger Address,
- Cabin Interphone,
- EVAC,
- Smoke detection.
The CABIN lighting is set to 100%.
The DEUs A, which are connected to the top lines, are only supplied
when an audio signal is present. If there is no audio signal, the active
Director energizes the Top Line cut-off relays not to power the DEUs.
If a power interruption is longer than 5 sec. the CIDS software is reset
and all the components of the system are set to the predefined status.
After an interrupt of 0.2s the smoke detectors are reinitialized.
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Note that the BITE and test functions are only active when both
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Announcements can be made in a specific cabin zone and also to all
System Functions or to one crew rest.
Cockpit crew can also make PA announcements using the acoustic
The CIDS system has several functions, which are:
devices (boomset, microphone and oxygen mask) and selecting the
- Passenger Address
PA key on the RMP. The audio signal will then transit via the Audio
- Cabin and service interphone
Management Unit (AMU).
- ECAS (optional)
When the PTT key is pressed, corresponding to the direct PA function,
- Crew signalling
the confirmation message "DIRECT PA/PA ALL/PRIO PA IN USE"
- EVAC
is displayed on all the AIPs and a high-low chime is broadcasted to
- PAX Signs
all the cabin loudspeakers and passenger headsets.
- PAX Call
In the cockpit, the "PA IN USE" message is displayed on the left
- Software Loading
memo area of the ECAM E/WD memo.
- Layout Selection
The function of the PRAM is to play prerecorded messages. It also
- Cabin Programming
plays boarding music programs to the passengers through the aircraft
- Loudspeaker Level Adjustement
passenger address system. The selection of prerecorded announcement
PA is made on the PRE ANNOUNCEMENT page of the FAPs and/or
The passenger address system distributes the PA announcements from boarding music is made on the MUSIC page of the FAP (these pages
the cockpit, the attendant stations, the PRAM and, the In-Flight are also available with the optional MINI-FAPs).
Entertainment System (IFES) to all assigned cabin loudspeakers. In case of low cabin-pressure or engine on (high oil-pressure) the
PA announcements are also transmitted through the passenger headset, volume of a PA announcement is increased. The volume is also
if the IFES is activated. increased in case of a data bus failure (top line). If a cabin handset is
Cockpit and cabin crew make PA announcements using handsets (PTT in use, the volume of the PA announcement in the respective handset
area is decreased to avoid a feedback. The volume is also decreased
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and handset functional keys).


The following functions are available: when the cockpit door is opened to avoid a feedback between cockpit
- DIRECT PA: pushing the PTT button broadcasts the announcement audio equipment and cabin loudspeakers.
in all the cabin (all decks including crew rests if installed), The PA functions have priorities:
- PRIO PA: pushing the PRIO then PTT buttons broadcasts the 1 - PA from cockpit acoustic devices (AMU)
announcement in all the cabin (all decks except in crew rests), 2 - DIRECT PA,
- DECK PA UD, MD or LD: pushing the PA button followed by 3 - PRIO PA,
DECK selection (MD, UD or LD) and the PTT button, transmits the 4 - Normal PA.
announcement to the loudspeakers in the selected deck (except in The PA sources have the following priorities:
crew rest). 1- cockpit acoustic devices (AMU),
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3- cabin handsets,
4- PRAM,
5- IFES.
A source with higher PA priority interrupts a PA announcement from
a source with lower priority. Only the announcement from the source
with the higher priority is heard. However, there is an exception, if
the lower priority source makes an announcement with a higher
functional priority.
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- CONF (conference mode),
System Functions (continued) - Miscellaneous (crew rests, stairs area, lift, galley...).
The interphone system has a maximum of 42 functions.
Interphone
The interphone calls have the following priorities:
The cabin and service interphone systems will provide communication 1- EMERGENCY CALL
between cockpit crew, cabin crew and ground mechanics. 2- SECURITY CALL (optional, only from CCP)
One or more links can be initialized at the same time. In conference 3- PRIORITY CALLS
mode, communication is possible between more than two and up to 4- PURSER CALLS
24 interphone stations. 5- CONFERENCE CALLS
From the cockpit, interphone communications are achieved using 6- NORMAL CALLS (lowest priority)
cockpit handset or the cockpit call panel and the cockpit acoustic The sources have the following priorities:
devices (boomset, microphone and oxygen mask) connected to the 1- cockpit acoustic devices (AMU)
AMU. 2- cockpit handset
The following functions are available to call the cabin from the cockpit 3- cabin handsets
call panel: A source with higher priority interrupts interphone communication
- EMER call (to call all cabin crew stations in emergency mode), of station with lower priority. A function with higher priority selected
- ALL call (to call all cabin crew stations), on a source with lower priority also interrupts an existing link.
- PURS call (to call the purser), The dial information is displayed on the related AIP then a chime will
- UPPER DECK call, be activated in the respective cabin area. After finishing the procedure
- MAIN DECK call, the respective light field in the ACP comes on and the related message
- SECURITY call (optional), is shown on the assigned AIP.
- PILOT REST FWD call (to upper flight crew rest compartment) If the cockpit is called from an interphone station, a buzzer is activated
- PILOT REST MAIN call (to lower flight crew rest compartment) (normal or emergency) via the Flight Warning System (FWS).
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Note: before initiating an interphone communication with the cabin, If the cockpit is called from an interphone station the ATT light on
the pilot must select the CABin transmission key and reception knob the RMP comes on and the dial information is displayed on the
on the RMP. optional cockpit AIP. In case of emergency call the corresponding
Calls from the cabin are initiated with the cabin handset or with the light on the cockpit call panel comes on.
wireless handset (optional). The interphone is reset by hanging up the handsets or by pushing the
From the cabin and the cockpit handset, the interphone basic functions reset button. This reset function is automatically done after
are: approximately 5 minutes, when no requested handset accepts the call.
- EMER (emergency call to all stations), The service interphone system enables voice communications, on
- PRIO CAPT/CONF/PURS (priority call), ground only, between the cockpit, the cabin crew stations and the
- CAPT (to call the captain) (only available from cabin handset), service interphone jacks located around and in the aircraft.
- PURS (to call the purser),
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The service interphone is automatically activated when the CIDS
directors receive LGERS on-ground or GGPCU external power
available signal.
The AIPs in the cabin will indicate that the service interphone is in
use.
If LGERS on-ground information or GGPCU external power are not
sent to the Directors, the SerViCE INTerphone OVerRiDe pushbutton
has to be set to ON to force the service interphone activation.
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System Functions (continued)
ECAS (Optional)
The Emergency Crew Alerting System (ECAS) is an optional system
which is highly customized. It is used to signal an incident in the cabin
or in the cockpit.
If a cabin alert is initiated (hidden/guarded switch), the DEU B
transmits the signal to the Directors. The Directors send the signal to
the cockpit to activate visual and aural indications. The directors also
send the signal via the middle line data-bus to the DEUs B, which
activate visual indications on the AIPs in the area where the key had
been pressed (if enabled in the CAM). Furthermore, the Director sends
the ECAS status to the optional CVMS (activation of some camera
display on the cockpit SD).
If a cockpit alert is initiated, the signal is transmitted directly to the
Directors. The Directors send the signal via the middle line data-bus
to the DEUs B, which activate visual indications on the AIPs and
ACPs in the cabin. Furthermore, the Directors send the signal on the
top line data-bus to the DEUs A. The DEU A transmits the signal
trough PISA or Sta PISA to emit a special chime sequence.
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System Functions (continued)
Crew Signalling
The cabin crew can send a cabin ready status to the cockpit for take-off
and landing. First an "area ready" signal is initiated on each assigned
optional MINI-FAP or FAP, and the area status of all areas is collected
on a Cabin ready page on FAPs. Thus the purser is able to initiate a
"cabin ready" signal which is then displayed on the ECAM. The
enable/reset logic of the cabin ready is programmed in the CAM. It
will depend on flight phases and other customized conditions (L/G
down and locked, oil pressure low on ground or slats or flaps
extended).
If the flight crew does not want to be disturbed by the cabin crew, an
optional "sterile cockpit" switch may be activated from the cockpit
to trigger visual indications on AIPs and ACPs. It can only be reset
by the sterile cockpit switch.
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System Functions (continued)
EVAC
The emergency evacuation signaling system is used to initiate the
evacuation in all cabin areas and in the cockpit.
The EMER command can be initiated from the FAP, the optional
MINI-FAP, the optional AAP, using the EVAC CMD buttons, and/or
from the cockpit on the EVAC panel.
The EVAC switch (CAPT & PURS position) allows the cabin crew
to initiate the evacuation process.
In the CAPT position, only the cockpit crew can activate the EVAC
command. In this case, if an evacuation is initiated from the cabin, it
activates visual indication (EVAC light on EVAC panel) and aural
indications (cockpit horn and normal buzzer) in the cockpit.
The horn can be shut off using the HORN OFF button.
The EVAC command can be confirmed by the cockpit crew pushing
the COMMAND button. The ON indication comes on in white.
Indication in the cabin is given through an emergency tone broadcast
by the loudspeakers. At the same time, the AIPs will display
"EVACUATION ALERT" and their red light will flash. The pink led
of the ACPs will be on. And the EVAC RESET button will flash on
the FAPs, optional AAPs and optional MINI-FAPs.
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- in the cockpit by pushing the EVAC CMD push button switch.
- in the cabin using the EVAC RESET button on the FAP, optional
MINI-FAP and optional AAP.
If assigned in the CAM, CIDS also sends EVAC status to the Doors
and Slides Management Control Unit (DSMCU) and to the IFE
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When the NS signs are ON, a NO SMOKING message is displayed
System Functions (continued) on the ECAM.
When the NS control switch is in the OFF position, the director sends
PAX Signs
a signal to switch off all NS and EXIT signs. Only the NS signs in
The passenger lighted signs system controls the No Smoking (NS), the no smoking areas are constantly switched on.
Fasten Seat Belt (FSB), Return To Seat (RTS) and EXIT Signs. The no smoking areas are modified on the CABIN PROGRAMMING
The control switches are located on the SIGNS panel on the cockpit page of the FAP.
overhead panel. On the FAP, on the CABIN PROGRAMMING page, you can activate
Except for the EXIT sign, these signs are connected to a PISA, std the NON SMOKER A/C function. In this case, all NS signs are
alone PISA or LAILA and are controlled by the Directors via DEUs switched on, regardless of the position of the cockpit switches.
A. The PED signs are controlled together with the NS signs or from an
The EXIT signs are controlled by the Directors via the Emergency optional NO PED control switch in the cockpit.
Power Supply Unit (EPSU). In case of low cabin pressure (CPCS) all NS, FSB and EXIT signs
As an option, it is possible to install NO PED (Passenger carried are switched on, regardless of the position of the cockpit switches
Electronic Devices) signs instead of NS signs. (The RTS, PED and RTC signs stay OFF).
When the FSB control switch is in the ON position, the director sends In case of low air flow (VCS) in lower crew rest compartment (if
a signal to the DEU A to switch on all FSB and RTS signs. installed) the RTC signs are switched on.
When the FSB control switch is in the AUTO position, the director The 'sign flash' function is an option, which can be defined in the
sends a signal to switch on all FSB and RTS signs in case of: CAM. After activation the NS, PED (if installed), FSB, RTS and RTC
- Nose landing gear down and locked (LGERS) or Slats extended signs flash for a pre-defined time and then remain on.
(SFCC), Activating and deactivating of the NS, PED (if installed), FSB, RTS
- and Engine running (EIPM) and RTC signs initiate an attention chime in the cabin.
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When the FSB control switch is in the OFF position, all FSB and RTS PRAM to broadcast special announcements.
signs are off. The active director also transfer the signs activation to the IFE system
When the FSB signs are ON, a FASTEN SEAT BELT message is for display on the IFE equipments.
displayed on the ECAM. Different modes are available to decrease or increase the lighting level
When the NS control switch is in the ON position, the director switches of the passenger lighted signs:
on all NS signs. Optionally, the EXIT signs are also switched on. - The lighting level of the passenger lighted signs decreases or
When the NS control switch is in the AUTO position, the director increases in the same rate as the general lighting (proportional mode).
sends a signal to switch on all NS and Exit signs when the Nose - The lighting level of the passenger lighted signs decreases or
landing gear is down and locked (LGERS) or Slats are extended increases when the general lighting goes through a pre-defined level
(SFCC) (Note that these conditions are customized). (trigger level mode).

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System Functions (continued)
PAX Call
The passenger call system controls the passenger call activation and
indications.
A passenger call is initiated by pushing the PAX CALL button at each
seat row (PSU) or in the lavatory.
The call can also be initiated from the Passenger Control Unit (PCU),
which is located in the armrest of each seat.
When the PAX CALL button is pressed, a signal is sent to the
Directors, via the DEU A or the IFES.
The active Director will then send a signal to the DEU A to switch
on the related call light.
At the same time, it will switch on the respective ACP light and the
AIP will indicate the origin of the call. As an option, the call location
can also be indicated on the PAX CALL pages of the FAP and/ or of
the dedicated optional MINI-FAP.
A call chime is heard from the loudspeakers in the respective cabin
area upon call activation.
As an option, it is possible to suppress the chime activation (eg for
night flight).
Pushing the call button a second time resets the all call indications.
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the FAP or on the MISCELLANEOUS page of the optional MINI-FAP
or on the optional AAP resets all calls in the assigned zone.
After pushing the Chime Inhibit button on the SEAT SETTING page
of the FAP or on the MISCELLANEOUS page of the optional
MINI-FAP, the call chime is inhibited. All visual indications remain.
As an option, it is possible to activate this function on the assigned
AAP. All inhibitions are reset when the A/C transits from flight phase
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System Functions (continued)
Layout Selection
The CIDS cabin layout selection is done from a FAP. Maximum of
three predefined modifiable cabin layouts can be selected. The CAM
Layouts may be changed only when the aircraft is on ground (EIPM
and LGERS signal detection) and when there is no CMS Interactive
mode activated. After a layout change, the information is sent to the
IFE system. The layout modification are saved and dated. Note that
this function is protected by a three digit access code.
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System Functions (continued)
Cabin Programming
The cabin programming function permits the modification of the cabin
zones predefined in the CAM. There are up to 8 cabin zones, on each
deck, which are used by different CIDS functions:
- Passenger Lighted Signs (no smoking signs)
- Cabin Interphone
- Cabin lighting
- Passenger Call
- Passenger Address
- IFE system
- Electrical window shades (option)
The cabin programming can be also used to modify the smoking zones.
Without saving the new entries, the previous settings remain valid
after leaving the programming page. To save the changes, push the
SAVE button. The layout is saved in the CAM as a modified layout.
Note that this function is protected by a three digit access code.
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System Functions (continued)
Loudspeaker Level Adjustement
The FAP level adjustment page enables to adjust the loudspeakers
level (announcement and/or chimes) in the cabin zones, attendant
areas, rooms, lavatory and stairs. This function is protected by an
access code and is available on ground or in flight. The announcement
volume and the chime volume are modifiable within a range from
-4dB +6dB, in steps of 2dB. When modifications are saved they are
stored in the CAM. Note that this function is protected by a three digit
access code.
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General
The CDSS is designed to help the cockpit crew to identify a person
requesting entrance to the cockpit and to survey the doors 1 hidden cross
section via video camera observation. The CDSS is mainly composed
of:
- 3 video cameras installed in the cockpit entrance area (a maximum of
6 can be installed),
- 1 CDSS controller
The pictures of the cameras are shown on the cockpit System Display
(SD) (part of the Control and Display System (CDS)).
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The CDSS controller transmits fault messages from the BITE to the CMS
Description for failure isolation, failure memorization and reports generation.
In case that the whole a/c is not powered, it is possible by using an
The CDSS controller manages video signals from the CDSS cameras.
external power supply (via the optional GSP) to energize all cameras and
The CDSS controller sends CDSS images to the SD via the CMV through
transmit the captured images to a laptop connected to the optional GSP.
optical fiber. It sends also the images to the optional GSP (access to the
camera images via a connected laptop) and to the optional CVMS. The
system is composed of three black and white video cameras (up to 6 can
be installed), which are supplied by the CDSS controller:
- Camera 1 is installed above the cockpit door. It shows pictures of the
area directly in front of the cockpit door. This camera includes infrared
lighting.
- Camera 2 is installed in the ceiling of the right Door-1-Area. It shows
pictures of the area directly below the camera 2 in the right Door-1-Area.
- Camera 3 is installed in the ceiling of the left Door-1-Area. It shows
pictures of the area directly below the camera 3 in the left Door-1-Area.
An optional CDSS in use light can be installed in the cabin, which will
be lighted each time the cameras of the CDSS are active. An optional
CDSS_FAULT indication light can be installed in the cockpit.
The Concentrator Multiplexer for Video (CMV) sends the CDDS images
to the cockpit System Display (SD):
- if a cockpit door entrance is requested by the Cockpit Door Lock System
(CDLS) or the optional Private Door Locking System (PDLS) (automatic
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- or if the cockpit crew selects the CDSS video.
It is then possible to change the active camera by turning the Camera
Select knob on the ECAM CTL panel.
As an option, in case of Hi-jacking it is possible to deactivate, the video
link (no video display on the cockpit SD) as well as the CDSS in use
light (no indication whether a camera is displayed). This is done via the
optional GSP or via optional CAPT and F/O RATC push buttons switches.
The CDSS controller is also able to send all the cameras images to an
optional Video Recorder Capability (VRC).

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General
The CVMS is basically composed of cameras, ADUs and one DAU.
The cockpit crew, the cabin crew, the passengers, and the ground staff
can view the CVMS camera images.
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By activation of the PUSH key on the FAP, the cabin crew sends a
Description dedicated camera image to be displayed automatically on the SD for the
cockpit crew.
The CVMS has up to 15 cameras (As an option it is possible to install
In case of an ECAS alert from the CIDS directors (cabin alert switch
up to 60 cameras). These cameras are color cameras with microphone.
activated) the nearest camera will automatically be selected and displayed
Each ADU receives video signal from the cameras, it can control up to
on the SD (priority request to CMV via discrete signal). The ECAS alert
10 cameras (the number depends on the installation location). There are
signal is sent to the DAU via the same path as the camera selection signal.
basically 5 ADUs, up to 10 can be installed (including 1 ADU for lower
Basically each camera has a 5 minutes audio and video recording (buffer
deck facilities). The ADUs convert the camera analog video signal into
memory). As an option it is possible to record all the video images and
a digital signal. The DAU is the video controller of the CVMS.
audio with an optional digital recorder (optic fiber). From the FAP and/or
There are two USB drives connected to the DAU:
the optional GSP it is possible to control the storing and to retrieve the
One USB drive is used to safe/archive events recorded from a dedicated
video with the associated audio.
video-camera. The cabin crew can request (using the FAP) to store the
Two optional CVMS Kill switches are installed in the cockpit to allow
last 5 minutes recording of a selected camera to the USB video storage
the manual and irreversible deactivation of the CVMS (discrete signals
drive in the DAU.
to DAU). Once OFF, the CVMS can only be reset by Maintenance on
One other USB drive is used to store the CVMS configuration file.
ground.
The DAU sends upon request the video images to the following basic
The manual deactivation of the CVMS and CDSS is also possible using
equipment:
a dedicated ON/OFF switch on the optional GSP (discrete signal to DAU).
- SD through the CMV (optic fiber technology) for cockpit crew,
As an option, A/C data are sent to the DAU via the same path as the
- FAPs with associated audio (through Ethernet bus via optional CRU)
camera selection signal. They are used to activate the surveillance of
for cabin crew,
specific cabin area during specific flight phases and/or to deactivate
The DAU sends upon request the video images to the following optional
automatically the CVMS display when the A/C is on ground. In case the
equipment:
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- IFE Center (through Ethernet busses via CRU or via a direct link if NSS
to energize all the cameras from the optional GSP external power
is not available) for passengers,
connector.
- GSP with associated audio (through Ethernet bus) available via a laptop
The CVMS has a Local Maintenance Function (LMF). This LMF is
for ground staff when A/C is on ground,
displayed on an airline cabin laptop (used as a maintenance terminal).
The DAU receives CDSS videos images (analog signals), which can also
be sent to the previous equipment.
The cockpit crew has access to the CVMS video by turning the rotary
knob on the ECAM control panel. The camera selection is sent via the
ADCN to the CDAM, optional ARU-OPS, optional OWD and finally to
the DAU.

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CIDS tests
In the cabin systems (except In Flight Entertainment System) , only the
CIDS has some specific tests.
OMS Interactive Tests Overview
The CIDS fulfills the following interactive tests :
- TESTS
- REPORTS
- SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS
These tests are launched from the OMS HMI (using the OMT, OIT
or PMAT).
Reports
The report gives access to the system configuration which is stored
in the CAM.
Specific funtions
The lamps activation activates all the reading/work/decor/ spot lights,
ACPs, PAX call lights and signs in the cabin, lavatories and rooms.
The loudspeakers activation distributes a test tone to all loudspeakers
in the cabin, lavatories and rooms.
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Dataloading
In the cabin systems (except In Flight Entertainment System), only the
CIDS has a specific data loading process.
CIDS software Loading
The CIDS system software loading, which is only available on ground,
is done in two steps:
- Step 1: Data loading from the DLCS into the OBRM (DLCS initiated
action).
- Step 2: Data loading from the OBRM into the respective CIDS
components (FAP initiated action).
Step 1: The updating of the CIDS software is done by the DLCS from
the OMT or from the PMAT using a Compact Disc (CD) or Digital
Video Disc (DVD) which contains the CIDS software package. Then
the active director transmits this new CIDS software package transmits
to the OBRM data base. During this step 1, the active director stops
all other CIDS functionalities and the FAPs are not available.
Moreover there is a progress and loading status message on FAPs.
Step 2: The CIDS software loading from OBRM to CIDS components
is done using the software loading page on FAPs. This FAP page
displays the CIDS hardware and software details of :
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- Directors, FAP, optional MINI-FAP, Handset, DEU-B Part numbers,


Serial numbers and Functional Item Number,
- Active OBRM part number and software part number,
- In slot OBRM part number and software part number.
If the software of one or several components is different from the one
stored in the OBRM database, the dedicated window goes amber. If
there is no difference, the window is green. After starting the software
loading process, the software, which is memorized in the OBRM, is
distributed to the CIDS selected components.
The active director manages this process for all components including
the passive directors.

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Specific Maintenance Items
Removal/installation of the Compact Flash Cards (IPRAM,
CAM, OBRM)
The compact flash cards (I-PRAM, CAM, OBRM) can be removed
either using the FAP SET-UP page on the MD FAP (it is then called
Hot plug replacement) or via a standard procedure from the OMT.
The hot plug replacement of the compact flash cards is only available
on ground and is protected by an access code.
Then press the compact flash card remove key on the FAP SET-UP
page and follow the displayed instructions.
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