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EC135 Memory Items

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Caution ENG OIL P - Check indication - OEI condition - Single engine emergency shutdown
Caution XSMN OIL T - Check indications - reduce power as much as possible - LASPossible
Caution ENG FAIL - OEI condition - Single engine emergency shutdown
Caution XSMN CHIP No memory items
Engine overspeed - Governing failure (indicated by: ROTOR RPM warning may come on. Nro and N2 increase and oscillate if engine overspeed protection system is acrtive) - Collct raise to maintain N2 NR in limits - Identify - Twist, reduce TQ normal engine takes load - Collct - ENG MODE SEL to MAN - TQ to 20-30% - LASPracticable - AFTER LANDING TWIST GRIP REDUCE BEFORE LOWERING COLLECTIVE COMPLETELY
Caution GEN OVHT - GEN off if caution remains on: - OEI condition - Single engine emergency shutdown
Caution FUEL FILT 1 caution No memory items 2 cautions LASAPossible
Warning XSMN OIL P LASPossible
Warning LOW FUEL Land within 10 minutes
Caution ENG CHIP - OEI flight condition - Burn Chip if caution is still on: - Single engine emergency shutdown / idle
Engine Oil Temperature High - increase airspeed if possible If T remains high: - OEI condition - Idle If T remains high: - Single engine emergency shutdown
Engine overspeed - Driveshaft failure (Nr decrease, TQ to zero, N2 increases above Nro and oscillates in overspeed protection) - OEI condition - Single engine emergency shutdown
Caution FADEC FAIL - collective to keep Nro in normal range - adjust twistgrip to set affected engine N1 on 80% - collective to maintain within limits AFTER LANDING REDUCE TWISTGRIP BEFORE LOWERING COLLECTIVE TO FULL DOWN.
Warning BAT TEMP - BAT MSTR switch OFF - LASAPossible if light stays on. Otherwise LASpracticable.
Tail rotor failure in Ground Effect (yawing nose right) - Twist grips to minimum - Land - Shut down
Tail rotor failure out of Ground Effect (Yawing nose right) - Twist grips to minimum - gain speed - Land - Shut down
Electrical fire Bus ties open Check amps Bat off If necessary Gen highest load off If necessary Gen lowest load off (other on) If necessary Both off. LASP
Cabin fire Reduce airspeed (65) Alert passengers Heating off Extinguish if possible Fresh air Lasp
Autorotation Upper modes- Shed bus - top safeguards engines - OEI - ENG 1 to idle - start decent - 75kts/1500-2000 vs
Caution FADEC FAIL Adjust collective - identify engine - adjust twist grip to set N1 80% AFTER LANDING! - Reduce throttle to keep N2/Nro within limits.
Confined area low (area size, max obstacle height, intermediate point, TDP) 50/25 - 40ft - 60ft - 180ft
Confined area high (area size, max obstacle height, intermediate point, TDP) 75/25 - 100ft - 120ft - 240ft
Caution BAT DISCON No memory items. Bat mstr reset. If caution remains laspracticable
Created by: Zeegerheid
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