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High RAWS warning:
380 +-20 FEET
Low RAWS warning:
170 +-10 FEET
Minimum altitude for using AFCS:
200 FEET
Minimum recommended altitude for bailout
3000 FEET
Minimum altitude for two engine loiter
1000 FEET
APU automatic load monitoring altitude
8000 FEET
CABIN PRESS light illuminates
10000 +-500 FEET
Maximum altitude for starting APU in-flight
20000 FEET
Maximum altitude for using the APU for engine starts on deck
6000 FEET
Maximum altitude for flying with a cracked windscreen (middle layer)
10000 FEET
Maximum altitude before turning off landing lights
10000 FEET
Altitude for notifying crew to locate their O2
FL250
Maximum speed with flaps UP:
VNE
max airspeed maneuver
275 kts
Maximum speed with flaps at TAKEOFF/APPROACH
190 KTS
Maximum speed with flaps at LAND
170 KTS
Maximum speed with landing gear extended:
300 KTS
Maximum speed to extend landing gear (at 1.0 G):
300 KTS
Maximum speed to extend landing gear (greater than 1.0 G):
190 KTS
Maximum speed to retract landing gear
190 KTS
Maximum speed with landing lights extended
260 KTS
Maximum speed with overwing exit hatch open
170 KTS
Maximum speed with main cabin door open
300 KTS
Maximum speed with APU doors open
225 KTS
Maximum speed with IRDS turret extended:
405 KTS
Maximum speed with AIMS turret extended:
405 KTS
Maximum speed to extend or retract IRDS turret:
375 KTS
Maximum speed to extend or retract AIMS turret:
350 KTS
Speed range for dumping fuel:
140 TO 300 KTS
Speed range for in-flight restart
170 TO 345 (MIN OF 210 IF RANGE CRITICAL)
Maximum speed for retarding power levers into ground range:
135 KTS
Max speed for retarding power levers into ground range without electrical power:
125 KTS
Maximum speed with bomb bay doors open:
VNE:
Maximum speed with windshield heat inoperative:
240 KTS BELOW 10000 FEET
Normal speed range for NTS checks:
180 +-10 KTS
Maximum zero fuel weight (P-3C):
80400LBS
Maximum zero fuel weight (P-3C) with foam:
82400 LBS
Maximum normal landing weight:
103880 LBS
Max landing wt that does not require an immediate overweight landing inspection:
114000 LBS
Maximum recommended takeoff weight
135000 LBS
Maximum tank imbalances for tanks 1 & 4 for takeoff:
1400 LBS
Maximum tank imbalances for tanks 1 & 4 for in-flight and landing:
4389 LBS
Maximum tank imbalances for tanks 2 & 3 for takeoff:
5025 LBS
Maximum tank imbalances for tanks 2 & 3 for in-flight and landing:
NO LIMIT
Minimum fuel to obtain a dip in tanks 1 & 4 (in pounds):
9500 LBS
Minimum fuel to obtain a dip in tanks 2 & 3 (in pounds)
5500 LBS
APU fuel burn rate per hour with electrical power and ground air:
300 PPH
Flight station gages to hydrostatic tester difference limit:
1200 LBS
During an in-flight restart, light off should occur within:
10 SEC
During ground start, the time from rotation to LOW RPM should not exceed:
60 SEC
Flight station oxygen bottles endurance:
3.5 HOURS AT 25000 FEET
O2 walkaround bottle limit with little or no exertion:
22 MIN
O2 walkaround bottle limit with moderate exertion:
5-10 MIN
Engine oil cooler augmentation occurs within (after all parameters are met):
8 SEC
In-flight, maximum time allowed at zero or negative G’s:
10 SEC
After returning from zero or negative G’s, a feather shutdown is required if oil pressure fluctuations continue longer than:
15 SEC
Maximum time for landing lights on with no airflow:
30 SEC
Test cycle time for emp de-ice:
44 SEC
Normal cycle for emp de-ice:
176 SEC
Test cycle time for prop de-ice test:
160 SEC
Normal cycle for prop de-ice:
160 SEC
With a loss of power, the peanut gyro provides reliable information for:
9 MIN
Maximum time for OIL HOT light to be illuminated in the alpha range:
5 MIN
Maximum time for OIL HOT light to be illuminated in the beta range:
30 MIN
VRU will limit depending on size and exertion level:
12-60 MIN
Stagnated start RPM reluctant to rise above:
35-50%
Digital SHP gauge will indicate actual engine SHP @
43%
Fuel flow initiation during start:
16%
During start, EDC press low light out between:
16-65%
During start, light off occurs between:
16-33%
During start, the fuel manifold drain valve is closed at:
16%
During start, the fuel manifold drain valve is held closed by fuel pressure above:
65%
Prop brake held released by RGB oil pressure above:
21%
PROP PUMP lights should be out during an in-flight restart by:
55%
Start button should pop out between:
57-64%
NORMAL RPM limits:
96.3-99.1%
LOW RPM limits:
71.0-73.8%
MAX REVERSE RPM limits:
96.7-104.9%
FLIGHT IDLE RPM limits:
94.5-98.4%
Fuel control maintains RPM above:
97%
Pitchlock regulator dumps at:
103.5%
Pitchlock reset resets RPM to:
109%
Fuel Topping Governor limits:
104.2-106.7%
APU on deck limits:
98-102%
APU in-flight limits:
98-103%
APU overspeed:
106%
LOW RPM:
410-730C
NORMAL RPM:
445-645C
Flight Idle:
430-705C
Maximum Reverse:
580-790C
Maximum Reverse:
580-790C
Maximum TIT for five seconds
1175C
Maximum TIT for five minutes:
1077 +6-10C
Maximum TIT for thirty minutes:
1049C
Maximum TIT for continuous operation:
1010C
Recommended climb TIT:
950C
Recommended cruise TIT:
925C
Maximum residual TIT for an in-flight restart (prior to F & I switch on):
150C
Maximum residual TIT for using PRIME (prior to F & I switch on):
100C
Maximum residual TIT for a ground start (prior to F & I switch on):
200C
Maximum TIT for hot start and continuing the start
830C
Maximum TIT for a hot start that requires a shutdown:
850C
Maximum TIT before a turbine inspection is required on a start:
965C
TIT overtemp light illuminates
1080 +-2
Maximum TIT allowed by the TD in temp controlling range:
1077 +6-10C
Amount of TIT rise during ground check of engine anti-ice system:
CORRESPONDING
Amount of TIT rise required during ground check of wing de-ice system:
10C MIN
Fuel heater strainer heats fuel to
40-70F
Zone 1 fire warning actuation temperature
600F
Zone 2 fire warning actuation temperature
400F
Zone 3 fire warning actuation temperature
400F
Normal engine oil temperature range for operation
60-90C
Normal engine oil temperature range for extremely cold weather operations:
50-60C
OIL HOT light illuminates:
100C
Transformer Rectifier overheat light illuminates:
150C
Leading Edge hot light illuminates:
110C
For takeoff, use engine anti-ice with visible moisture and temperatures below
8C
Loiter is not recommended with visible moisture and temp below:
10C
Loiter is not recommended with OAT below:
0C
MIL-L-23699 oil can be used down to:
-40C
MIL-L-7808 can be used down to:
-54C
-2 APU limits (continuous, peak 10 seconds, peak):
688,710,715C
-3 APU limits (continuous, peak):
649,704C
-10 APU limits (continuous, peak 10 seconds, peak)
649,710,732C
MAX REVERSE:
0 *
GROUND IDLE:
9 *
GROUND START:
15 *
NTS disabled below:
24 *
Pitchlock reset energized below:
28 *
Prop SYNC available above:
32 *
Oil cooler augmentation available below:
32 *
FLT IDLE:
34 *
Wheels warning below (with 153 knots):
48 *
Wheels warning below (with 142 knots):
60 *
FLT START:
48 *
Auto feather armed above:
60 *
TD switches to temp controlling above:
66 *
Beta follow up sets a minimum blade angle of 22.5 degrees at
90 *
Pitchlock cammed out below:
17 *
Pitchlock cammed out above:
57*
Pitchlock available between:
17-57 *
Low pitch stops sets minimum blade angle of:
13 *
Coordinator at MAX REVERSE:
-13 *
Coordinator at GROUND IDLE:
-6 *
Coordinator at GROUND START:
0 *
Coordinator at FLIGHT IDLE (beta range):
11 *
Coordinator at FLIGHT IDLE (alpha range):
13 *
Feather:
86.65 *
Pitchlock reset occurs when the power lever is below 28* and blade angle is above:
10 *
Minimum air at 16%:
25 PSI
Oil pressure at 35%:
RISING
Oil pressure, RGB in LOW RPM:
50-250 PSI
Oil pressure, RGB in NORMAL RPM:
130-250 PSI
Oil pressure, power section in LOW RPM:
50-60 PSI
Oil pressure, power section in NORMAL RPM:
50-60 PSI
Max oil pressure, power section during start and warm-up:
100 PSI
OIL PRES light illuminates for RGB at:
130 PSI
OIL PRES light illuminates for power section at:
40 PSI
Normal hydraulic pressure:
2960-3200 PSI
Minimum emergency brake pressure for flight
1900 PSI
Fuel boost pump lights illuminate (wing tank) at:
2 PSI
Fuel transfer pump lights illuminate at:
4 PSI
Normal fuel boost pump pressure:
15-30 PSI
Minimum O2 for flight at 70 degrees F:
1500 PSI
A fully discharged brake accumulator statically reads:
800 PSI +/- 25
Fuel tank #5 pressure safe range (green section of indicator):
0-7.0 PSI
Fuel tank #5 pressure warning range (red section of indicator):
+7 PSI
Main and standby regulator valve maintains PSI higher than system demand by:
150 PSI
Maximum oil pressure flux for RGB
+-10 PSI
Maximum oil pressure flux for power section
+-5 PSI
Maximum reverse SHP limits 1-4:
1150+/- 150
Maximum reverse SHP limits 2-3:
1250 +/- 150
Maximum SHP with oil temperature below 0 degrees C:
MIN SHP
Maximum SHP with oil temperature between 0 and 40 degrees C:
1000 SHP
Maximum SHP with oil temperature above 40 degrees C (no RGB flux):
MAX SHP
Prop decouple range:
-500 TO -1700 SHP
NTS range for engines 1 and 4:
-150 TO -500 SHP
NTS range for engines 2 and 3:
-100 TO -500 SHP
Minimum SHP for opening a bleed air valve during an NTS check
800 SHP
Digital SHP gage red over torque light illuminates
@ 4600
Maximum/Military/Normal rated SHP:
4600 SHP
Flop over
5300 SHP
Fuel tank capacity for tanks 1 and 4
1606 GAL
Fuel tank capacity for tanks 2 and 3:
1671 GAL
Fuel tank capacity for tank 5:
1740 GAL
Fuel tank capacity for tank 5A
906 GAL
Prop de-ice current ranges for front spinners (ground test and flight):
74-76 TO 100
Prop de-ice current ranges for cuffs (ground test and flight)
48-51 TO 72
Pro de-ice current ranges for aft spinners and islands (gnd test and flight):
58-63 TO 82
Applications a fully charged brake accumulator will give:
8
Applications a fully charged emergency brake bottle will give:
3 FULL, 6 PARTIAL
Hours a fully charged brake accumulator will hold the parking brakes for:
30
Total capacity of #1 hydraulic system:
16.2 GAL
Total capacity of #2 hydraulic system:
5.6 GAL
Capacity of the #1 hydraulic system reservoir:
5.6 GAL
Capacity of the #2 hydraulic system reservoir:
1.0 GAL
Service level of the #1 hydraulic reservoir (in any configuration):
.8 GAL BELOW FULL
Service level of the #2 hydraulic reservoir:
.75 GAL
Capacity of the bomb bay reservoir:
.75 GAL
Maximum wind velocity for opening the nose radome on deck:
20 KTS
Output rating of the AC generators (volts, phase, frequency):
120 VAC, 3P, 400HZ
PMG rating (volts, phase, frequency):
39VAC, 1P, 600HZ
Amount of air used for cooling and flame control in the engine (%):
75%
Amount of air used for combustion in the engine (%):
25%
Amount of dual element thermocouples on each engine:
18
Max put capacity of the TD in temp controlling:
15%
Max take capacity of the TD with RPM below 94%:
50%
Max take capacity of the TD with RPM above 94%:
20%
Bypass capacity of the TD:
20%
Isobaric range of operation (with AFC-341):
0-13.3 IN
Differential range of operation (with AFC-341):
13.3 TO 13.9 IN
Safety relief range of operation (with AFC-341):
13.9 TO 14.4 IN
Useable capacity of engine oil in the oil tank:
8.65 GAL
Unusable capacity of engine oil in the oil tank:
1.4
Foaming space:
5.7
Total capacity of engine oil tank:
15.75 GAL