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How do you retrieve the BIT Fault codes from a LaserRef1?
“BIT” button leads to 3 pages :
Bit 2- Current Status
Bit 3 – Last Flight
Bit 4 – All History
Now: lets look at the 270 word
One example is 0082 2800
Note the first two digits are 00 and the last two are 00. they are unused digits in this scheme.
This Work sheet might help with the decode.
My notes from N850BA EGPWS squawk.
This aircraft took off with the # 2 cowl latches loose.
Flew to destination airport. All was fine until the TR opened, then….$1.3 million in damage.
Here is a shot of the airplane SECONDS before the indecent, caught by happenstance by a Airliners.net phototog.
Here is the cowl on the ground
Here is what is left of the cowl on the engine
Keep your head about you boys…. the penalty for inattention is high.
And Again. The penalties are high
According to Sparks 2002 EX class:
+ : Excitation, 16 v to 23 v,
28 v when probe is unplugged
S : Signal,
6VDC or more in air.
2 v or less in fuel
– : Low
Here is the deets from the CMM….pretty confusing:
thermistor fuel level