AC , AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL WIRING. INTERCONNECTION SYSTEMS TRAINING PROGRAM. Commenter. Comment. Requested Change. Disposition. FAA AC LESSON EWIS Incidents. In this lesson, we cover: • EWIS. • TWA Flight Incident. • Lufthansa Cargo Incident. LESSON EWIS. The guidance used to identify and meet these training needs is contained in FAA Advisory Circular (AC) This course addresses EWIS compliance.
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Wiring diagram manuals X X On the other hand, if we become aware of circumstances that convince us that following this AC would not result in compliance with the applicable regulations, we will not be bound by the terms of this AC, and we may require additional substantiation as a basis for finding compliance. September 1, Effective Date: Available lighting is normally supplemented with a direct source of good lighting at an intensity deemed appropriate.
Airplane internal contamination sources a. Replacement of components for circular connectors. Air Carriers and Commercial Operators. The procedure for identifying specific wire types using airplane manuals.
Also referred to as carbon arc tracking, wet arc tracking, or dry arc tracking.
Staff View: Aircraft electrical wiring interconnection systems training program
SWPM cross-reference index a. All of these questions will be answered More information. Termination end caps b.
Tools, special tools, and equipment X 4.
Clamp removal and fitting f. Wire type codes specified wire and alternate d. Protection during airplane maintenance and repair a. Examples of switchgear found More information.
Objective At the completion of this module the student is able to demonstrate the following: Figure 10-94 end Updated document to corporate requirements Added text to Paragraph 2.
Practical Aircraft Wiring- GLOBALJET
Repair procedures for typical damage found on the student s type of airplane. This rule covers general requirements for all switchgear. Terminal Stacking To prevent corrosion from dissimilar metals, put a cadmium washer between aluminum and copper terminals. ESDS safety procedures e. Surface cleaning and elaborate access procedures may be required.
A well-maintained and clean work environment results in more machine More information. Criteria and standards a. Inspection of individual wiring b. Initial training program content for Target Groups 3 through 8 is outlined in Appendix B. Contact extraction and insertion d. This program More information. Contamination protection planning a.
Unused wires – termination and storage a. Combustible The ability of any solid, liquid, or gaseous material to cause a fire to be sustained after removal of the ignition source. Domestic, Flag, and Supplemental Zc.
Name of person responsible for quality system: Cross-reference index alphanumeric b. It may also be used by type certificate holders and supplemental type certificate STC holders.
Maintenance and repair procedures X Items noted during the visual. The SWPM, wiring diagram manuals, and other applicable documentation should be made available to the class for hands-on exploration of the material.
These connectors are designed for use in pluggable More information. Cross-reference index suppliers d.
Replacement of components for rectangular connectors. Department of Transportation Office of the Secretary.
Typical damage and areas found airplane specific X X X It should not be interpreted as identifying material that will burn when subjected to a continuous source of heat as occurs when a fire develops.
General Visual Inspection GVI 1120-94 visual examination of an interior or exterior area, installation, or assembly to detect obvious damage, failure, or irregularity. Examples of assessment means or achievement criteria are written tests, oral tests, or demonstration of skills.
Signs of overheating 1 See Appendix D for definition. This group would include, but not be limited to, aircraft cleaners, cargo loaders, fuelers, lavatory servicing personnel, deicing personnel, and push-back personnel.