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ERJ 170 Limitations

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Maximum Ramp Weight (MRW) E170 82,364 lbs.
Maximum Takeoff Weight (MTOW) E170 82,011 lbs.
Maximum Landing Weight (MLW) E170 72,310 lbs.
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW) E170 65,256 lbs.
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW) E170 N646RW and higher: 66,446 lbs.
Maximum Ramp Weight (MRW)E175 85,870 lbs.
Maximum Takeoff Weight (MTOW) E175 85,517 lbs.
Maximum Landing Weight (MLW) E175 74,957 lbs.
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW) E175 69,886 lbs.
Maximum takeoff and landing tailwind component: 10 knots
Max. Runway Slope +/- 2.0%
Flap maneuvering load acceleration limits; Flaps Up: Flaps Down: Up: -1 G to +2.5Down: 0.0G to +2.0 G
Max operating altitude: 41,000 ft
Max. takeoff and landing altitude: 8,000 ft
Max. ambient air temperature for T/O and landing: 52*C
Max. flap extension altitude: 20,000 ft.
Max. flight operating latitude: 78*N to 78*S
Min. ambient temperature approved for takeoff: -40*C
Min. ambient temperature for operation: -54*C
Maximum Difference Between Altitudes:ADS 1 to ADS 2; ADS 1 to ADS 3/IESS; ADS 2 to ADS 3/IESS: -2000 up to 10000 ft. 50 Feet
Maximum Difference Between Altitudes:ADS 1 to ADS 2; ADS 1 to ADS 3/IESS; ADS 2 to ADS 3/IESS: 10000 up to 20000 ft. 120 Feet
Maximum Difference Between Altitudes:ADS 1 to ADS 2; ADS 1 to ADS 3/IESS; ADS 2 to ADS 3/IESS: 20000 up to 41000 ft. 180 Feet
When the altitude between the Captain's and First Officer's display exceed ____FT., use PFD 1 as the selected source for autopilot. 100
Maximum operating airspeed: Vmo
Maximum operating mach number: .82 (Mmo)
Maximum airspeed for RAT operation: Vmo/Mmo
Turbulent airspeed (below 10,000ft) 250 KIAS
Turbulent airspeed (at or above 10,000ft) 270 KIAS/.70M
Maximum tire limit ground speed: 195 knots (225mph)
Maximum windshield wiper operation speed: 250 KIAS
Design Maneuvering Speed - VA 240 KIAS
Maximum operating speed KIAS at 8,000 ft. 300 KIAS
Maximum operating speed KIAS at 10,000 ft. 320 KIAS
Fuel Quantity: Maximum usable quantity per tank: 10367 lbs
Fuel Quantity: Unusable quantity per tank: 100 lbs
Fuel Quantity: Aircraft maximum fuel capacity (usable + unusable fuel) 20,935 lbs
Approved Fuels: Jet A, Jet A-1, JP-8, QAV1 (Brazilian Specification)
Min. Fuel Tank Temperature: -40C
Fuel Imbalance: 800 lbs
Maximum Differential Pressure: -Up to 37,000ft 7.8 psi
Maximum Differential Pressure: -Above 37,000ft 8.34 psi
Maximum differential overpressure: 8.77 psi
Maximum differential negative pressure: -.5 psi
Maximum differential pressure for takeoff and landing: .20 psi
Maximum altitude for single pack operation: 31,000 ft.
Brake Limitation for takeoff: Do not takeoff with amber brake temperature indication.
Maximum altitude with flaps extended: 20,000 ft.
Two Flap limitations: 1. Enroute use of flaps is prohibited.2. Do not hold in icing conditions with flaps extended.
TAS, TAT, and SAT are only valid above ___KIAS 60 KIAS
Standby magnetic compass indication is not valid while transmitting on VHF #___ VHF #1
LOC Backcourse approaches using _____ is not authorized. IESS
Power Plant Type: Two General Electric CF-34-8E5 Engines.
Engine Operational Limits: -N1 max. 99.5%
Engine Operational Limits: -N2 min/max 58.5% - 99.4%
Engine Operational Limits: Max temp. for start: 815C
Engine Operational Limits: -Normal takeoff and Go Around 965C first 2 minutes/ 949C for the remaining 3 minutes.
Engine Operational Limits: -Maximum Takeoff and Go Around 1006C for the first 2 minutes/990C for the remaining 3 minutes.
Engine Operational Limits: -Maximum Continuous Temp. 960C
Oil pressure Limits: min/max 25 psi to 95 psi
Oil Temperature continuous: 155C
Oil Temperature Transient: 163C (Time limited to 15 minutes for transient peration above 155C)
Engine Starter Duty Cycle Limits: 1st and 2nd starts, 90sec (gnd) 120sec (in flight) 10 seconds OFF. 3rd - 5th starts 90/120 then 5 minutes OFF.
Engine Starter Dry Motoring Duty Cycle Limits: 1st 90 seconds ON/5 minutes OFF. 2nd-5th 30 seconds ON/5 minutes OFF.
APU Limits: Min/max ambient temps. for start. -54C to ISA + 35C
APU Limits: Max Start Altitude 30,000 ft.
APU operating temperature range: -62C to ISA + 35C
APU Operating altitude limits: -Electrical 33,000 ft
APU Operating altitude limits: -Bleed 15,000 ft
APU Operating altitude limits: -To assist engine start 21,000 ft
APU Operating limits: -Rotor Speed 108%
APU Operating limits: -EGT START/Continuous 1032C/717C
APU starter duty cycle: 1st and 2nd - 60 seconds ON/60 seconds OFF3rd cycle - 60 seconds ON/5 minutes OFF
Four Required Items for RVSM above FL290: 2 RVSM Compliant Air Data Systems1 autopilot with altitude hold mode operative1 altitude alerter1 transponder
Created by: RBadley