- 1. OBSERVER SEAT (jump seat).
- 2. UPPER MAIN CIRCUIT BRAKER panel.
- 3. AC CROSSTIE LOCKOUT RESET switch.
- (Springloaded) Resets AC power distribution system automatic
crosstie capabilities. Only used on ground.
- 5. PITOT COVERS.
- 6. CIRCUIT BREAKE PULLER.
- Small metal device used to pull circuit breakers
- 7. GEAR SAFETY PINS holder.
- 8. LOWER MAIN circuit breaker panel
- 9. GENERATOR BUS circuit breaker panel.
- 10. FIRE AX.
- 11. EE COMPARTMENT HATCH.
- The ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS COMPARTMENT is located between the
nose gear wheel well and the forward cargo compartment. The EE compartment
houses the rack-mounted electronic components and is ventilated with
exhaust air from the flight deck. A ground access door is located aft
of the nose gear wheel well and the compartment is also accessible
in flight through this hatch.
- 12. CIRCUIT BRAKER with green collar.
- Circuit breakers that are to be pulled during night stop. Used as
switches to shut down certain systems.
- 13. CIRCUIT BREAKER with red collar.
- Circuit breakers that are used in case of a faulty GROUND CONTROL
RELAY. During takeoff it is essential to find this circuit breakers
very quick. It is not possible to retract the landing gear if the
aircraft is still in ground mode.
- 14. CAWS (Central Aural Warning System) speaker.
- The system provides aural warnings to alert the flight crew of
infringement of various limits and other flight safety related
conditions. In form of various tone warnings supplemented by a
voice warning. The two signals are cycled, one period tone followed
by one period voice message.