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Aircell Training Feb 9 2015

TrainCertAircell_THeffley

Joseph Byrne – Trainer – 303-301-3309

Chase – Greenpoint,  Marty – Foxtronics,  George – Duncan,  Justin – DFW Avionics, Justin Henry – DFW Avionics, Willie – Universal

DHCP Wan Vs. Lan,

Gateway

ANN’s

FliteStreamAOC

easiest way  to see if  subscription is current –  still must call voice.

my.gogoair.com

Boom Quiet headset for troubleshooting – 2.5 mm jack audio out the bottom of the handset. Clearer audio, troubleshoots poor handset connection.

Painless FANS/CPDLC  for VQ-BZZ – using a 4200. Use existng  DIU and existing ST4200, (SW upgrade) to reach satellite. universal in the middle for a keyboard.

CTR = router

Remember these programs/apps

WIFI_ANALYZER  – android, for field strength.

RDP –

IPCONFIG – if you see 169.x.x.x NOT CONNECTED TO ANY DEVISE, 169 means I cant see anything.

AngryIP – to list out all available IP’s

How do you PING? – RunWindow, –  CMD to get a terminal in Windows. ……..-T will give continuous. Also try PING www.google.com to check NameServer function.

 

ALSO TRY ICMP ECHO_REQUEST

 

ATG 2000 = only 5 users, no WAN management for pair with a real SATCOM

ATG 4000 = Many users Usually pared with a AXXESS II 4200

ATG 5000  = standalone 4000 , no PBX

Axxess 4200 =   2 channel IRIDIUM

Axxess 4300 – UCS – UniversalCabinSystem , 3Ch sat com+ 1 sort burst data+ n cabin wireless POE provider+POTS+support 8 handsets+2 COCKPIT POTS, BGN

Axxess 4020 = 2 Channel Expansion

New Product, UCS-5000 = router, more users, fancy integration. stores 100 movies

ST4300 – LOTS more features, combines Single voice, CTR, ACA, AHI, FANS CAPABILITY.

DIU = Analog out to the old world, OR FANS Iridium

 

TCP/IP

PAN – Personal

LAN  – local,  CTR =  router, DO NOT ENABLE DHCP

WAN – Internet,   ATG =  Modem

IPV4  – running out of addresses

IPV6 – more digits

Dynamic IP – DHCP – bucket of IP’s to hand out.

Static IP –  Hard Addressed

 

If there is a ATG IT MUST BE THE DHCP SERVER

4000 AN be a server, 4200 CAN BE A SERVER.

NEW PRODUCTS:

GoGo Biz voice – VOIP down to the ground, ONLY 2 GOOD QUALITY PHONE CALLS at once.

TextandTalk – Key requires two keys, TEXT and TALK and voice,Voice is free.  IMESSGE, SMS  MUST BE TURNED OFF. TURN OFF SIRI.

GOGO VISION – drags in content from a FBO hotspot.

Garmin, Phenom, Drops labels, Must prioritize labels manually.  they sometimes roll back to defaults.

Breakin:

 

Extended setup:

4300 UCS – 192.168.1.100

MUST leave GATEWAY at .65 IF STANDALONE 4300,  LEAVE DHCP on.

IF you have a ATG it  is ALWAYS THE ONLY DHCP SERVER. 4300 DHCP Server OFF.  4300 Gateway to .15?

SLIDE 109 = sys defauts for 4300

Here s the Standard IP’s setup

GBA Dealer Training Mk3 handout

UCS5000 config, Slide 141

ATG4200 Detail 2 CH Iridium, no POTS available inside

includes PBX, 2 232 ports, ACA2 will allow wireless disable.

Handset Troubleshooting:

70 seconds from SPLASH to DIALERpage

ATG should not offer out DHCP for the FULL 6 Minutes.

PW WIRELESS HS 000000.  Wired 1234

AXXESS SETUP:

USER General User PW Letmein

USER PW pwaircell1PBX password with  higher privilege Slide442

USE DISA, the other wa is ATTENDANT…….. Call tree

IPPBX tab, r

Remember STATUS of each handset for health check.

DIU2 to allow Cockpit Silence, or WIFI SHUTOFF

aircelldealers.com

 Brief Aircell Aircraft Trouleshooting

 http://192.168.1.15:1000/mobile-portal/ brings up a brief troubleshooting page….only SW 2.2.1 or later.

AVIATOR series troubleshooting 

Mainly used as a DataChannel by Aircell.

Low Loss from Ant to DLNA

Red Button resets to factory defaults for THAT POWER CYCLE ONLY.

May have to set APN password in multiple screens

Click YellowTriangle for fault log. Log can be opened with Notepadd++ to allow English readable.

Download Log File BEFORE SELF TEST

For deeper troubleshooting on Aviator, more detail:

192.168.0.1 addresses on laptop. Use HyperTerm or equiv.

Type TELNET. O for OPEN.

USER: admin all lower, PW password SLIDE 382

How does the LaserRef strapping work in a F50?

Italics is the setup before strap change, Thursday, April 25, 2008.

850BA_RestrapResults_html_3717c31d850BA_RestrapResults_html_m68b53bf3

This restrap affected only the CALLOUT menu selection, it did not affect the EGPWS failure at all.

GPWS COMPUTER OK

GPWS EXTERNAL FAULTS:

IRS AHRS BUS 1 INACTIVE

IRS AHRS BUS 2 INACTIVE

———-

Envelope Modulation INOP

Terrain Awareness INOP

PROGRAM PIN CONFIGURATION:

Aircraft Type = 82

Audio Menu = 4

Altitude Callout Menu = 67

Alternate Volume 2 Selected

Lamp Format 2 Selected

Smart Callout Selected

Optional Inputs Selected

Windshear Caution with Voice Selected

Bank Angle Selected

Alternate Pop Up Selected

Peaks Enabled

Mode 6 Low Volume Selected

Steep Approach Enabled

Obstacle Awareness Enabled

RAW PROGRAM PIN STATES:

Program Pin 1 (TP-10A) = 3 (MP-15D)

Program Pin 2 (TP-10B) = 3 (MP-15D)

Program Pin 3 (TP-10C) = 2 (MP-03A or Gnd)

Program Pin 4 (MP-04D) = 4 (MP-03D)

Program Pin 5 (MP-04B) = 1 (Open)

Program Pin 6 (MP-08A) = 6 (TP-12C)

Program Pin 7 (MP-14D) = 2 (MP-03A or Gnd)

Program Pin 8 (MP-05A) = 5 (MP-07B)

Program Pin 9 (MP-02C) = 1 (Open)

Program Pin 10 (MP-04A) = 1 (Open)

Program Pin 11 (MP-04C) = 4 (MP-03D)

Program Pin 12 (TP-05B) = 9 (TP-12B)

Program Pin 13 (MP-05B) = 3 (MP-15D)

Program Pin 14 (TP-02C) = 2 (MP-03A or Gnd)

Program Pin 15 (MP-15C) = 2 (MP-03A or Gnd)

Program Pin 16 (MP-08B) = 1 (Open)

Program Pin 17 (TP-06D) = 2 (MP-03A or Gnd)

Program Pin 18 (MP-15A) = 1 (Open)

Program Pin 19 (MP-15B) = 1 (Open)

Bold Text is status after re-strap.

Red is the differences

> ps

EGPWC CONFIGURATION:

PART NUMBER: 965-0976-040-212-212

MOD STATUS: 08

SERIAL NUMBER: 8524

APPLICATION S/W VERSION: 212.2

CONFIGURATION S/W VERSION: 212

TERRAIN DATABASE VERSION: 448

ENVELOPE MOD DATABASE VERSION: B07

BOOT CODE VERSION: B101.2

CURRENT FAULTS:

GPWS COMPUTER OK

GPWS EXTERNAL FAULTS:

IRS AHRS BUS 1 MAGNETIC TRACK FAULT UPD

IRS AHRS BUS 2 MAGNETIC TRACK FAULT UPD

———-

Terrain Awareness – No Valid True Heading

Terrain Awareness – No Valid Roll

PROGRAM PIN CONFIGURATION:

Aircraft Type = 82

Audio Menu = 4

Altitude Callout Menu = 66

Alternate Volume 2 Selected

Lamp Format 2 Selected

Smart Callout Selected

Optional Inputs Selected

Windshear Caution with Voice Selected

Bank Angle Selected

Alternate Pop Up Selected

Peaks Enabled

Mode 6 Low Volume Selected

Steep Approach Enabled

Obstacle Awareness Enabled

RAW PROGRAM PIN STATES:

Program Pin 1 (TP-10A) = 3 (MP-15D)

Program Pin 2 (TP-10B) = 3 (MP-15D)

Program Pin 3 (TP-10C) = 2 (MP-03A or Gnd)

Program Pin 4 (MP-04D) = 3 (MP-15D)

Program Pin 5 (MP-04B) = 1 (Open)

Program Pin 6 (MP-08A) = 6 (TP-12C)

Program Pin 7 (MP-14D) = 2 (MP-03A or Gnd)

Program Pin 8 (MP-05A) = 5 (MP-07B)

Program Pin 9 (MP-02C) = 1 (Open)

Program Pin 10 (MP-04A) = 1 (Open)

Program Pin 11 (MP-04C) = 4 (MP-03D)

Program Pin 12 (TP-05B) = 9 (TP-12B)

Program Pin 13 (MP-05B) = 3 (MP-15D)

Program Pin 14 (TP-02C) = 2 (MP-03A or Gnd)

Program Pin 15 (MP-15C) = 2 (MP-03A or Gnd)

Program Pin 16 (MP-08B) = 1 (Open)

Program Pin 17 (TP-06D) = 2 (MP-03A or Gnd)

Program Pin 18 (MP-15A) = 1 (Open)

Program Pin 19 (MP-15B) = 1 (Open)

How do I make peace with the Aircell BroadBand in Roberts Falcon 900 SN 143?

Dassault F900 s/n 143 N24FJ

F900 s/n 143

ATG 2000 P/N     P15864-002    S/N 1586400214543

 

First of all….The WIFI SSID that shows up on the face of your phone MUST BE N24FJ_WIFI.  If the network shows up as LINKSYS on your Wireless on your phone>>>> Do not waste time troubleshooting the system.   Any fix you implement now will soon be lost and you will be stuck in a endless circle.  Order a CTR exchange and configure it correctly.

 

When you are ready to get into the system:

http://192.168.1.15:8080/maintenance/user

User: atguser  PW letmein

++++++++++++++++++++

ATG Transceiver ID: 14543

ATG Aircraft ID: 905C6D

ACM Serial Number 1412613581

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

 

CTR  192.168.1.0 USER admin P/W *aircel1*

CTR P/N P12083 s/n 1208313433

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Hint s and tricks about logging into the units:

 

ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS  ____Turn OFF_____ the wireless connection on you laptop before you attempt to connect to the WIRED connection on the ATG or CTR.

Try a connection with the wired connection.

If you have trouble hitting the units from the wired connection at the 500JT Panel:

Try setting up a laptop with a Static IP address of 192.168.1.50 for the LAN connection.  This will be required if there is a problem with the ATG….beccause the ATG ____ONLY____ provides DHCP services to other devises on the network.

 

___DO NOT ALLOW the CTR to provide DHCP services___
REMEMBER: If you do set the laptop to STATIC IP, you will not be able to use the laptop as a normal user on the network.

After a reboot, the ATG takes 7 minutes to come up. During that time you will have no DHCP Services on the network.  So a STATIC IP connection will come up fine, but a DHCP request connection will take the full 7 minutes or more…..frustrating.

LiscenceKey or TextandTalk

GoGoTextandTalkLicesceKeyACTVATED

What are the ATA Chapters and sub-chapters, and Avionics related ATA’s

An Exhaustive list can be found here:

http://www.s-techent.com/ATA100.htm#[80]

Here is the

ATA Chapters

Chapter 05

  • 05-00-00 Periodic Inspections
  • 05-10-00 Time Limit
  • 05-20-00 Scheduled Maintenance Checks
  • 05-30-00 [As Required]
  • 05-40-00 [As Required]
  • 05-50-00 Unscheduled Maintenance Checks

Chapter 06

  • Dimensions & Areas
  • Those charts, diagrams, and text which show the area, dimensions, stations, access doors / zoning and physical locations, of the major structural members of the aircraft. Includes an explanation of the system of zoning and measurement used.

Chapter 07

  • 07-00-00 Lifting & Shoring
  • 07-10-00 Jacking
  • 07-20-00 Shoring

Chapter 08

  • 08-00-00 Leveling & Weighing
  • 08-10-00 Weighting & Balancing
  • 08-20-00 Leveling

Chapter 09

  • 09-00-00 Towing & Taxiing
  • 09-10-00 Towing
  • 09-20-00 Taxiing

Chapter 10

  • 10-00-00 Parking, Mooring, Storage & Return To Service
  • 10-10-00 Parking / Storage
  • 10-20-00 Mooring
  • 10-30-00 Return To Service

Chapter 11

  • 11-00-00 Placards & Marking
  • 11-10-00 Exterior Color Schemes & Markings
  • 11-20-00 Exterior Placards & Markings
  • 11-30-00 Interior Placards

Chapter 12

  • 12-00-00 Servicing Routine Maintenance
  • 12-10-00 Replenishing
  • 12-20-00 Scheduled Servicing
  • 12-30-00 Unscheduled Servicing

Airframe Systems

Chapter 20

  • 20-00-00 Standard Practices

Chapter 21

  • 21-00-00 Air Conditioning
  • 21-10-00 Compression
  • 21-20-00 Distribution
  • 21-30-00 Pressurization Control
  • 21-40-00 Heating
  • 21-50-00 Cooling
  • 21-60-00 Temperature Control
  • 21-70-00 Moisturize / Air Contamination Control

Chapter 22

  • 22-00-00 Auto flight
  • 22-10-00 Autopilot
  • 22-20-00 Speed-Attitude Correction
  • 22-30-00 Auto Throttle
  • 22-40-00 System Monitor
  • 22-50-00 Aerodynamic Load Alleviating

Chapter 23

  • 23-00-00 Communications
  • 23-10-00 Speech Communication
  • 23-20-00 Data Transmission & Automatic Calling
  • 23-30-00 Passenger Address, Entertainment & Comfort
  • 23-40-00 Interphone
  • 23-50-00 Audio Integrating
  • 23-60-00 Static Discharging
  • 23-70-00 Audio & Video Monitoring
  • 23-80-00 Integrated Automatic Tuning

Chapter 24

  • 24-00-00 Electrical Power
  • 24-10-00 Generator Drive
  • 24-20-00 AC Generation
  • 24-30-00 DC Generation
  • 24-40-00 External Power
  • 24-50-00 AC Electrical Load Distribution
  • 24-60-00 DC Electrical Load Distribution
  • 24-70-00 Primary & Secondary Power

Chapter 25

  • 25-00-00 Equipment & Furnishings
  • 25-10-00 Flight Compartment
  • 25-20-00 Passenger Compartment
  • 25-30-00 Buffet / Galley
  • 25-40-00 Lavatories
  • 25-50-00 Cargo Compartments
  • 25-60-00 Emergency
  • 25-70-00 Accessory Compartments
  • 25-80-00 Insulation

Chapter 26

  • 26-00-00 Fire Protection
  • 26-10-00 Detection
  • 26-20-00 Extinguishing
  • 26-30-00 Explosion Suppression

Chapter 27

  • 27-00-00 Flight Controls
  • 27-10-00 Aileron & Tab
  • 27-20-00 Rudder & Tab
  • 27-30-00 Elevator & Tab
  • 27-40-00 Horizontal Stabilizer
  • 27-50-00 Flaps
  • 27-60-00 Spoiler, Drag Devices, Fairings
  • 27-70-00 Gust Lock & Damper
  • 27-80-00 Lift Augmenting

Chapter 28

  • 28-00-00 Fuel
  • 28-10-00 Storage
  • 28-20-00 Distribution
  • 28-30-00 Dump
  • 28-40-00 Indicating

Chapter 29

  • 29-00-00 Hydraulic Power
  • 29-10-00 Main
  • 29-20-00 Auxiliary
  • 29-30-00 Indicating

Chapter 30

  • 30-00-00 Ice & Rain Protection
  • 30-10-00 Airfoil
  • 30-20-00 Air Intakes
  • 30-30-00 Pitot & Static
  • 30-40-00 Windows, Windshields & Doors
  • 30-50-00 Antennas & Radomes
  • 30-60-00 Propellers & Rotors
  • 30-70-00 Water Lines
  • 30-80-00 Detection

Chapter 31

  • 31-00-00 Indicating & Recording Systems
  • 31-10-00 Instrument & Control Panels
  • 31-20-00 Independent Instruments
  • 31-30-00 Recorders
  • 31-40-00 Central Computers
  • 31-50-00 Central Warning Systems
  • 31-60-00 Central Display Systems
  • 31-70-00 Automatic Data Reporting Systems

Chapter 32

  • 32-00-00 Landing Gear
  • 32-10-00 Main Gear & Doors
  • 32-20-00 Nose Gear & Doors
  • 32-30-00 Extension & Retraction
  • 32-40-00 Wheels & Brakes
  • 32-50-00 Steering
  • 32-60-00 Position & Warning
  • 32-70-00 Supplementary Gear

Chapter 33

  • 33-00-00 Lights
  • 33-10-00 General Compartment
  • 33-20-00 Passenger Compartments
  • 33-30-00 Cargo and Service Compartments
  • 33-40-00 Exterior
  • 33-50-00 Emergency Lighting

Chapter 34

  • 34-00-00 Navigation
  • 34-10-00 Flight Environment Data
  • 34-20-00 Attitude & Direction
  • 34-30-00 Landing & Taxiing Aids
  • 34-40-00 Independent Position Determining
  • 34-50-00 Dependent Position Determining
  • 34-60-00 Flight Management Computing

Chapter 35

  • 35-00-00 Oxygen
  • 35-10-00 Crew
  • 35-20-00 Passenger
  • 35-30-00 Portable

Chapter 36

  • 36-00-00 Pneumatic
  • 36-10-10 Distribution
  • 36-20-00 Indicating

Chapter 37

  • 37-00-00 Vacuum
  • 37-10-00 Distribution
  • 37-20-00 Indicating

Chapter 38

  • 38-00-00 Water & Waste
  • 38-10-00 Potable
  • 38-20-00 Wash
  • 38-30-00 Waste Disposal
  • 38-40-00 Air Supply

Chapter 39

  • 39-00-00 Electrical – Electronic Panels & Multipurpose Components
  • 39-10-00 Instrument & Control Panels
  • 39-20-00 Electrical & Electronic Equipment Racks
  • 39-30-00 Electrical & Electronic Junction Boxes
  • 39-40-00 Multipurpose Electronic Components
  • 39-50-00 Integrated Circuits
  • 39-60-00 Printed Circuit Card Assemblies

Chapter 41

  • 41-00-00 Water Ballast
  • 41-10-00 Storage
  • 41-20-00 Dump
  • 41-30-00 Indication

Chapter 42

  • 42-00-00 Integrated Modular Avionics
  • 42-10-00 Core System
  • 42-20-00 3D Network Components

Chapter 44

  • 44-00-00 Cabin System
  • 44-10-00 Cabin Core System
  • 44-20-00 In-flight Entertainment System
  • 44-30-00 External Communication System
  • 44-40-00 Cabin Mass Memory System
  • 44-50-00 Cabin Monitoring System
  • 44-60-00 Miscellaneous Cabin System

Chapter 45

  • 45-00-00 Central Maintenance Systems (CMS)
  • 45-10-00 CMS / Aircraft General
  • 45-20-00 CMS / Airframe Systems
  • 45-30-00 Central Maintenance System
  • 45-40-00 CMS / Airframe Systems
  • 45-50-00 CMS / Structures
  • 45-60-00 CMS / Propellers
  • 45-70-00 CMS / Power Plant

Chapter 46

  • 46-00-00 Information Systems
  • 46-10-00 Airplane General Information Systems
  • 46-20-00 Flight Deck Information Systems
  • 46-30-00 Maintenance Information Systems
  • 46-40-00 Passenger Cabin Information Systems
  • 46-50-00 Miscellaneous Information Systems

Chapter 47

  • 47-00-00 Inert Gas System
  • 47-10-00 Generation / Storage
  • 47-20-00 Distribution
  • 47-30-00 Control
  • 47-40-00 Indicating

Chapter 49

  • 49-00-00 Airborne Auxiliary Power
  • 49-10-00 Power Plant
  • 49-20-00 Engine
  • 49-30-00 Engine Fuel & Control
  • 49-40-00 Ignition / Starting
  • 49-50-00 Air
  • 49-60-00 Engine Controls
  • 49-70-00 Indicating
  • 49-80-00 Exhaust
  • 49-90-00 Oil

Structures

Chapter 50

  • 50-00-00 Cargo & Accessory Compartments
  • 50-10-00 Cargo Compartments
  • 50-20-00 Cargo Loading Systems
  • 50-30-00 Cargo Related Systems
  • 50-40-00 Unassigned
  • 50-50-00 Accessory Compartments
  • 50-60-00 Insulation

Chapter 51

  • 51-00-00 Standard Practices & Structures General
  • 51-10-00 Investigation, Cleanup & Aerodynamic Smoothness
  • 51-20-00 Processes
  • 51-30-00 Materials
  • 51-40-00 Fasteners
  • 51-50-00 Support of Airplane for Repair & Alignment Check Procedures
  • 51-60-00 Control-Surface Balancing
  • 51-70-00 Repairs
  • 51-80-00 Electrical Bonding

Chapter 52

  • 52-00-00 Doors
  • 52-10-00 Passenger / Crew
  • 52-20-00 Emergency Exit
  • 52-30-00 Cargo
  • 52-40-00 Service
  • 52-50-00 Fixed Interior
  • 52-60-00 Entrance Stairs
  • 52-70-00 Door Warning
  • 52-80-00 Landing Gear

Chapter 53

  • 53-00-00 Fuselage
  • 53-10-00 Main Frame
  • 53-20-00 Auxiliary Structure
  • 53-30-00 Plates-Skin
  • 53-40-00 Attach Fittings
  • 53-50-00 Aerodynamic Fairings
  • 53-60-00 [As Required]
  • 53-70-00 [As Required]
  • 53-80-00 [As Required]
  • 53-90-00 [As Required]

Chapter 54

  • 54-00-00 Nacelles / Pylons
  • 54-10-00 Nacelle [As Required]
  • 54-20-00 Nacelle [As Required]
  • 54-30-00 Nacelle [As Required]
  • 54-40-00 Nacelle [As Required]
  • 54-50-00 Pylon [As Required]
  • 54-60-00 Pylon [As Required]
  • 54-70-00 Pylon [As Required]
  • 45-80-00 Pylon [As Required]

Chapter 55

  • 55-00-00 Stabilizers
  • 55-10-00 Horizontal Stabilizer / Canard
  • 55-20-00 Elevator
  • 55-30-00 Vertical Stabilizer
  • 55-40-00 Rudder

Chapter 56

  • 56-00-00 Windows
  • 56-10-00 Flight Compartment
  • 56-20-00 Passenger Compartment
  • 56-30-00 Door
  • 56-40-00 Inspection & Observation

Chapter 57

  • 57-00-00 Wings
  • 57-10-00 Center Wing
  • 57-20-00 Outer Wing
  • 57-30-00 Wing Tip
  • 57-40-00 Leading Edge & Leading Edge
  • 57-50-00 Trailing Edge &Trailing Edge
  • 57-60-00 Ailerons & Elevons
  • 57-70-00 Spoilers
  • 57-80-00 [As Required]
  • 57-90-00 Wing Folding System

Propeller / Rotor

Chapter 60

  • 60-00-00 Standard Practices-Propeller / Rotor

Chapter 61

  • 61-00-00 Propellers / Propulsion
  • 61-10-00 Propeller Assembly
  • 61-20-00 Controlling
  • 61-30-00 Braking
  • 61-40-00 Indicating
  • 61-50-00 Propulsor Duct

Chapter 62

  • 62-00-00 Rotors
  • 62-10-00 Rotor Blades
  • 62-30-00 Rotor Head
  • 62-40-00 Rotor Shaft / Swashplate Assembly
  • 62-50-00 Indicating

Chapter 63

  • 63-00-00 Rotor Drives
  • 63-10-00 General
  • 63-20-00 Engine / Gearbox Couplings
  • 63-30-00 Gearbox
  • 63-40-00 Mounts / Attachments
  • 63-50-00 Indicating

Chapter 64

  • 64-00-00 Tail Rotor
  • 64-10-00 Rotor Blades
  • 64-20-00 Rotor Head
  • 64-30-00 [Unassigned]
  • 64-40-00 Indicating

Chapter 65

  • 65-00-00 Tail Rotor Drive
  • 65-10-00 Shafts
  • 65-20-00 Gearboxes
  • 65-30-00 [Unassigned]
  • 65-40-00 Indicating

Chapter 66

  • 66-00-00 Folding Blades & Tail Pylon
  • 66-10-00 Rotor Blades
  • 66-20-00 Tail Pylon
  • 66-30-00 Controls & Indicating

Chapter 67

  • 67-00-00 Rotors Flight Control
  • 67-10-00 Rotor Control
  • 67-20-00 Anti-Torque Rotor Control (Yaw Control)
  • 67-30-00 Servo-Control System

Power Plant

Chapter 70

  • 70-00-00 Standard Practices Engine

Chapter 71

  • 71-00-00 Power Plant
  • 71-10-00 Cowling
  • 71-20-00 Mounts
  • 71-30-00 Fire Seals & Shrouds
  • 71-40-00 Attach Fittings
  • 71-50-00 Electrical Harness
  • 71-60-00 Air Intakes
  • 71-70-00 Engine Drains

Chapter 72

  • 72-00-00 Engine Turbine / Turboprop
  • 72-10-00 Reduction Gear & Shaft
  • 72-20-00 Air Inlet Section
  • 72-30-00 Compressor Section
  • 72-40-00 Combustion Section
  • 72-50-00 Turbine Section
  • 72-60-00 Accessory Drives
  • 72-70-00 By-Pass Section
  • 72-80-00 Propulsor Section (Rear Mounted)

Chapter 73

  • 73-00-00 Engine Fuel & Control
  • 73-10-00 Distribution
  • 73-15-00 Divider Flow
  • 73-20-00 Controlling
  • 73-25-00 Unit Fuel Control
  • 73-30-00 Indicating

Chapter 74

  • 74-00-00 Ignition
  • 74-10-00 Electrical Power Supply
  • 74-20-00 Distribution
  • 74-30-00 Switching

Chapter 75

  • 75-00-00 Air
  • 75-10-00 Engine Anti-Icing
  • 75-20-00 Engine Cooling
  • 75-30-00 Compressor Control
  • 75-40-00 Indicating

Chapter 76

  • 76-00-00 Engine Controls
  • 76-10-00 Power Control
  • 76-20-00 Emergency Shutdown

Chapter 77

  • 77-00-00 Engine Indicating
  • 77-10-00 Power Control
  • 77-20-00 Temperature
  • 77-30-00 Analyzers
  • 77-40-00 Integrated Engine Instrument Systems

Chapter 78

  • 78-00-00 Exhaust
  • 78-10-00 Collector / Nozzle
  • 78-20-00 Noise Suppressor
  • 78-30-00 Thrust Reverser
  • 78-40-00 Supplementary Air

Chapter 79

  • 79-00-00 Oil
  • 79-10-00 Storage
  • 79-20-00 Distribution
  • 79-30-00 Indicating

Chapter 80

  • 80-00-00 Starting
  • 80-10-00 Cranking

Chapter 81

  • 81-00-00 Turbines
  • 81-10-00 Power Recovery
  • 81-20-00 Turbo-Supercharger

Chapter 82

  • 82-00-00 Water Injection
  • 82-10-00 Storage
  • 82-20-00 Distribution
  • 82-30-00 Dumping & Purging
  • 82-40-00 Indicating

Chapter 83

  • 83-00-00 Accessory Gear Boxes
  • 83-10-00 Drive Shaft Section
  • 83-20-00 Gear Box

Chapter 84

  • 84-00-00 Propulsion Augmentation
  • 81-10-00 Jet Assist Takeoff

Chapter 91

  • 91-00-00 Charts

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Avionics related ATA’s

 

Modern Avionics related ATA’s

ATA Chapters

  • 12-00-00 Servicing Routine Maintenance

  • 12-10-00 Replenishing

  • 12-20-00 Scheduled Servicing

  • 12-30-00 Unscheduled Servicing

Airframe Systems

Chapter 20

  • 20-00-00 Standard Practices

Chapter 21

  • 21-00-00 Air Conditioning

  • 21-10-00 Compression

  • 21-20-00 Distribution

  • 21-30-00 Pressurization Control

  • 21-40-00 Heating

  • 21-50-00 Cooling

  • 21-60-00 Temperature Control

  • 21-70-00 Moisturize / Air Contamination Control

Chapter 22

  • 22-00-00 Auto flight

  • 22-10-00 Autopilot

  • 22-20-00 Speed-Attitude Correction

  • 22-30-00 Auto Throttle

  • 22-40-00 System Monitor

  • 22-50-00 Aerodynamic Load Alleviating

Chapter 23

  • 23-00-00 Communications

  • 23-10-00 Speech Communication

  • 23-20-00 Data Transmission & Automatic Calling

  • 23-30-00 Passenger Address, Entertainment & Comfort

  • 23-40-00 Interphone

  • 23-50-00 Audio Integrating

  • 23-60-00 Static Discharging

  • 23-70-00 Audio & Video Monitoring

  • 23-80-00 Integrated Automatic Tuning

Chapter 24

  • 24-00-00 Electrical Power

  • 24-10-00 Generator Drive

  • 24-20-00 AC Generation

  • 24-30-00 DC Generation

  • 24-40-00 External Power

  • 24-50-00 AC Electrical Load Distribution

  • 24-60-00 DC Electrical Load Distribution

  • 24-70-00 Primary & Secondary Power

Chapter 25

  • 25-00-00 Equipment & Furnishings

  • 25-10-00 Flight Compartment

  • 25-20-00 Passenger Compartment

  • 25-30-00 Buffet / Galley

  • 25-40-00 Lavatories

  • 25-50-00 Cargo Compartments

  • 25-60-00 Emergency

  • 25-70-00 Accessory Compartments

  • 25-80-00 Insulation

Chapter 27

  • 27-00-00 Flight Controls r 30

  • 30-00-00 Ice & Rain Protection

Chapter 31

  • 31-00-00 Indicating & Recording Systems

  • 31-10-00 Instrument & Control Panels

  • 31-20-00 Independent Instruments

  • 31-30-00 Recorders

  • 31-40-00 Central Computers

  • 31-50-00 Central Warning Systems

  • 31-60-00 Central Display Systems

  • 31-70-00 Automatic Data Reporting Systems

Chapter 33

  • 33-00-00 Lights

  • 33-10-00 General Compartment

  • 33-20-00 Passenger Compartments

  • 33-30-00 Cargo and Service Compartments

  • 33-40-00 Exterior

  • 33-50-00 Emergency Lighting

Chapter 34

  • 34-00-00 Navigation

  • 34-10-00 Flight Environment Data

  • 34-20-00 Attitude & Direction

  • 34-30-00 Landing & Taxiing Aids

  • 34-40-00 Independent Position Determining

  • 34-50-00 Dependent Position Determining

  • 34-60-00 Flight Management Computing

Chapter 36

  • 36-00-00 Pneumatic

  • 36-10-10 Distribution

  • 36-20-00 Indicating

Chapter 39

  • 39-00-00 Electrical – Electronic Panels & Multipurpose Components

  • 39-10-00 Instrument & Control Panels

  • 39-20-00 Electrical & Electronic Equipment Racks

  • 39-30-00 Electrical & Electronic Junction Boxes

  • 39-40-00 Multipurpose Electronic Components

  • 39-50-00 Integrated Circuits

  • 39-60-00 Printed Circuit Card Assemblies

Chapter 44

  • 44-00-00 Cabin System

  • 44-10-00 Cabin Core System

  • 44-20-00 In-flight Entertainment System

  • 44-30-00 External Communication System

  • 44-40-00 Cabin Mass Memory System

  • 44-50-00 Cabin Monitoring System

  • 44-60-00 Miscellaneous Cabin System

Chapter 45

  • 45-00-00 Central Maintenance Systems (CMS)

  • 45-10-00 CMS / Aircraft General

  • 45-20-00 CMS / Airframe Systems

  • 45-30-00 Central Maintenance System

  • 45-40-00 CMS / Airframe Systems

  • 45-50-00 CMS / Structures

  • 45-60-00 CMS / Propellers

  • 45-70-00 CMS / Power Plant

Structures

Power Plant

Chapter 70

  • 70-00-00 Standard Practices Engine

How do I make peace with the broadband in VP-BMB

Aircell

VP-BMB Broad band QuickGuide:

The Airstream AOC Router is found at 192.168.0.1 user admin pw flightstream

I modified the Proxy and so-on with Jo Krimsrieter on the phone. Screen captures below.

The 5040 box is found at 192.168. 1 . 10  user: admin: PW 1234

as I left it June 20, 2014, the DHCP SERVER is OFF in the 5040 box. That is contrary to the wishes of Chis Habina.

Back on, now that we understand that the 5040 connection is on the WAN side of the AOC Wireless router

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Access the 5040 through the face…. Under the 3rd floorboard.

Or through the  VIP right drink ledge.

192.168.0.1 brings you to the splash screen.

Notes
image

Here is the 5040. Dashboard

While in the 5040 box I set ADMINISTRATION> LAN>     DHCP  > DISABLED……that is contrary to Chris Habinas wishes.

Here are craigs notes after getting started on the Cobham 5040

https://www.dropbox.com/s/g06alafma499qix/VP-BMB_FDR_DownloadJune2014.DLU
Here is the screen shots while configurng

 

Here is some notes while Jo had me button clicking inside the FlightStream

DNS to 192.168.0.1

Static IP to 192.168.0.200  /24

Gateway to 192.168.0.1

 

Not sure if I entirely follow that logic.

 

What do we use fo9r Speed Test?

 

Speed Tests