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111 Cards in this Set

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Maximum Landing Weight 170
72,310 lbs.
Max Runway Slope
+/- 2.0%
Max operating Altitude
41,000 Feet
Maximum Ramp Weight 170
82,364 lbs.
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight 170
65,256 lbs
Flap Maneuvering Load Acceleration limits flaps up
-1.0 G to +2.5 G
Max Takeoff and Landing Altitude
8,000 feet
Flap Maneuvering Load Acceleration limits flaps Down
0.0 to +2.0 G
Maximum Ambient Air Temperature for T/0 and Landing
Max Flap Extension Altitude
20,000 feet
Min Ambient Temperature for operation
Latitude miscompare tolerances from 10000 up to 20000
120 feet
Altimeter Miscompare Tolerances from 20000 up to 410000
180 feet
Maximum Operating Mach Number
.82 (Mmo)
Max Takeoff Weight 170
82,011 lbs
Max Takeoff and Landing Tailwind Component
10 Knots
Turbulent Airspeed below 10,000
250 KIAS
Turbulent airspeed at or above 10,000
270 KIAS/.7M
Max Flight Operating Latitude
78N to 78S
In the event of a landing below ___C, the airplane may not takeoff without further maintenance inspection
Minimum Ambient Temperature approved for Takeoff
Altimeter Miscompare Tolerances from -2000 to 10,000
50 feet
When the altitude between the captain and first officer's display exceeds ____ feet, use PFD ____ as the selected source for the autopilot
100 feet, #1
Maximum Airspeed for RAT Operation
Maximum Tire Ground Speed
195 knots
Maximum Windshield Wiper Operation Speed
250 KIAS
Maximum Flap Operating Speed Flaps 2(VFE)
Maximum Flap Operating Speed Flaps 5(VFE)
180 KIAS
Maximum usable fuel quantity per tank
10392.5 lbs
(1535.5 U.S. Gal)
Approved Fuel Types
Jet A
Jet A-1
Maximum Gear Extension(VLO), Extended (VLE), and Retraction (VLO) Speed
250 KIAS
Maximum Flap Operating Speed Flaps 3(VFE)
200 KIAS
Maximum Flap Operating Speed Flaps Full(VFE)
165 KIAS
Fuel Quantity Unusable quantity per tank
75 lbs
(11 U.S. Gal)
Min. Fuel Tank Temperature
Maximum Flap Operating Speed Flaps 1(VFE)
230 KIAS
Maximum Flap Operating Speed Flaps 4(VFE)
180 KIAS
Design Maneuvering Speed (Va)
240 KIAS
Fuel Quantity-Aircraft Maximum Fuel Capacity
(Uasble and Unusable Fuel)
20,935 lbs
(3094 U.S. Gal)
Maximum Fuel Imbalance between Tanks
794 lbs
The X feed selector must be set to ___ during takeoff and landing
Maximum Differential Overpressure
8.7 PSI
Maximum Altitude for Single Pack Operation
31,000 feet
Autopilot Minimum Engagement Height
400 feet
Maximum Differential Pressure up to 37,000 feet
7.8 PSI
Maximum Differential Negative Pressure
-0.5 PSI
TAS, TAT, SAT are only valid above ___ KIAS
Autopilot Minimum Enroute Height
500 feet
Maximum Differential Pressure above 37,000 feet
8.34 PSI
Maximum Differential Pressure for Takeoff and Landing
0.20 PSI
Standby Magnetic Compass indication is not valid while transmitting on VHF #____
Autopilot Minimum Use Height-Coupled ILS Approach
50 feet
Autopilot Minimum Use Height-Visual and Nonprecision Approaches
200 feet
Engine N2 Min and Max
Maximum takeoff and go around ITT
5 Minute total time limit:
1006C for first 2 minutes
990C for remaining 3 minutes
Engine Oil Temperature Continuous
155 C
Engine Starter Dry Motoring Duty Cycle Limits
Start 1:
90 sec. on-5 min off

Start 2 through 5:
30 sec on-5 min. off

After 5th start, cycle may be repeated following a 15 min. cool down
Engine Type
General Electric CF-34-8E5
Engine ITT Max Start
815 C
Engine ITT Max Continuous
960 C
Engine Oil Temperature-Transient
163 C
15 min. limit for operation above 155 C
APU Type
Sundstrand APS2300
Engine N1 Max
99.5 %
Normal Takeoff and Go Around ITT
5 Min. Total Time Limit:

965 C for first 2 min.
949 C for remaining 3 min.
Engine Oil Pressure Min and Max
25 PSI
95 PSI
Engine Starter Duty Cycle Limits
Starts 1 and 2:
90 sec.(ground)/120 sec. (flight) ON-10 sec OFF

Start 3 through 5:
90 sec.(ground)/120 sec. (flight) ON-5 min. OFF
APU Start Min. and Max Temperature
-54 C
ISA +35 C
APU Start Max Altitude
30,000 feet
APU Operation Max Altitude for Bleed
15,000 feet
APU EGT Max Start
1032 C
APU Operation Min. and Max Temperature
-62 C
ISA +35 C
APU Operation Max Altitude for Engine Start Assist
21,000 feet
APU Max EGT Continuous
717 C
APU Operation Max Altiude for Electrical
33,000 feet
APU Max Rotor Speed
APU Starter Duty Cycles
Starts 1 and 2:
60 sec. ON - 60 sec. OFF

Start 3:
60 sec ON - 5 min. OFF
Max Operating Airspeed at or below 8000
300 KIAS
Maximum Operating Airspeed above 8000 ft and below 10,000 ft
Linear variation from 300 to 320 KIAS
Maximum Operating Airspeed
320 KIAS
Max demonstrated crosswind for takeoff and landing
28 knots
Maximum crosswind for takeoff and landing dry runway
28 knots
Maximum crosswind for takeoff and landing wet runway
28 knots
Maximum crosswind for takeoff and landing runway with compacted snow
20 Knots
Maximum crosswind for takeoff and landing runway with standing water/slush
18 knots
Maximum crosswind for takeoff and landing with wet ice (no melting)
12 knots
During taxi out and takeoff the MCDU TO DATASET MENU must be set to ___ when SAT is ___
or below and icing conditions exists or are anticipated
If either one or both ice detectors are failed, the crew must set the mode to ___
when icing conditions exists or are anticipated below____
TAT with visible mositure
What are the limitations on the use of thrust reversers
1.Ground use only
2.Intended for use during full stop landings
3.Do not attempt a go-around maneuver after deployment of the thrust reversers
4.Power back operations prohibited
5.Landing rollout below 60 KIAS:
*Application of maximum reverse thrust is not permitted
*Reduce reverse thrust to IDLE
What modes on the flight director are prohibited
What approach is not authorized using the IESS
Localizer BC
What type of flight is the ERJ-170 certified for
Icing conditions
CAT 1 (R)
The maximum takeoff weight is limited by what
Most restrictive of:
a)Maximum t/off wght-climb lmtd
b)Maximum fld. length limited t/off weight
c)Maximum certificated t/off wght
d)Obstacle clearance, enroute, and landing limitations
e)Brake energy weight limits
The maximum landing weight is limited by what
Most restrictive of:
a)Maximum approach and landing weight(runway length plus obstacle, altitude, and temperature, and including limitations for inoperative equipment
b)Maximum landing weight (climb limited)
d)Maximum certificated landing weight
Maximum latitude for stationary alignment
78.25 Northern and Southern
What is the cooling limitation on the brakes
Do not takeoff with amber brake temperature indicators
What type of towing is not approved unless complied with certain criteria
Towbarless towing
When is activation of the landing gear downlock release button prohibited
All takeoffs unless obstacle clearance is required
What are the restrictions on the use of flaps
-Max altitudes with flaps extended is 20000
-Enroute use is prohibited
-Do not hold in icing with flaps extended
What altimeter minimums must be used for all CAT 1 approaches
What is inoperative on the weather radar tilt
Fine adjustment
What are the limitations of the EGPWS
1. A/C navigation must not be predicated upon the use of the terrain awarness display
2. For airports not in the database its use should be manually inhibited
3. Deviate from ATC clearance to the extent necessary to comply with the warning
4. It should only be used as a situational tool
5. Manually inhibit for qfe operations if gps data is unavailable or inoperative
What must be done prior to executing a coupled approach using the autopilot
Make sure the correct ILS identifier has been inserted on the FMS progress page 1/3, lines 5L and 5R
After applying thrust reverser, do not move the throttle back to the forward thrust range unless
The REV icon on the EICAS is shown in amber or green
When using reduced thrust the total thrust reduction must not exceed ___% of the full takeoff thrust
Reduced takeoff thrust is not allowed on runways with
Standing water, slush, snow, or ice and are not allowed on wet runways unless suitable performance accountability is made for the increases in stopping distance on the wet runway surface
Max ramp weight 175
85870 lbs
Max landing weight 175
74957 lbs
Max takeoff weight 175
85517 lbs
Max zero fuel weight 175
69886 lbs
What is the direct vision window speed
160 Knts
What is the direct vision window speed
160 Knts