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LESSON TOPIC 1
LEARNING ACTIVITY GUIDE
TOPIC:
T2 Electrical and Instrument Systems
1.0
TERMINAL OBJECTIVE: Recall component location and operation of the T2
electrical and instrument system in accordance with applicable publications.
ENABLING OBJECTIVES
The student will:
1.1
Recall three sources of DC electrical Dower for the aircraft.
1.2
State purpose of the emergency electrical disconnect switch and the normal switch
position.
1.3
Recall the source and quantity of voltage indication and amperage indication on the
voltammeters, during electrical configurations, including starts.
1.4
Name the systems which are controlled by the electrical control transfer switch.
1.5
Select statements that are true about the control transfer system.
1.6
Recall the power sources that can be used to provide power for the primary DC buss.
1.7
Name the DC power sources that provide power for the monitor buss.
1.8
Recall which busses will be lost in flight with a dual generator failure.
1.9
State the method of regaining the secondary buss from the aft cockpit with a dual
generator failure in flight.
1.10
Recall the relation of the EGT gauge to the aircraft electrical system.
1.11
Recall the sources of AC power in the T2.
1.12
Recall the functions of the instrument AC power switch.
1.13
State the major components of the aircraft electrical power system.
1.14
Recall whether the primary DC buss is connected or disconnected to/from the indicated
generator if the No. 1 or No. 2 generator out warning light is illuminated.
1-1


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