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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1200-94 Conduit types and fitting g. The training syllabus and curriculum for these personnel, identified in paragraph 6 of this AC as Target Groups 3 through 8, are in Appendix B to this AC. Water and rain c.
A person can be trained to the appropriate level using the applicable modules depending on that person s experience, work assignment, and operator s policy. No fault found data airplane specific e. Typical insulation damage and limitations c. Zonal areas of inspection b.
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aac They also need to recognize that visual inspection of wiring has inherent limitations. OT Engineer More information. Such particles may accumulate on and between wires within a wire bundle. In line More information.
Shielded wire repair d. Contamination protection planning X X X Connective Devices Repair This module is primarily a hands-on class, emphasizing the repair and replacement of connective devices found on the airplane. Knowledge of correct installation practices for electrical bonds and grounds airplane specific. General types and identification a. General hand tools b. Cautions and protections X A simple power distribution Acc information.
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The course has been specifically designed to give flight crew personnel a thorough overview of ETOPS fundamentals, focusing on key topics and concepts. Installation and Operation Manual. This carbon path provides a short circuit path through which electrical current can flow.
The initial training program content for Target Groups 1 and 2 is outlined in Appendix 1120-94. Termination end caps b. Specific connective devices chapters 2. Mechanics leaving drill shavings on wire bundles is one example of how 10-94 could occur. Finding the correct part c.
Subject: AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL Date: 11/20/07 AC No WIRING INTERCONNECTION
The reason for concern about Fuel 120-4 More information. Typical damage found X Objective At the completion of this module the student is able to demonstrate the following: Inspection criteria and standards for wire and wire bundles a. Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions and More information. Knowledge of planning procedures to be followed on electrical wiring interconnection system areas in different parts of the airplane.
Knowledge of how human factors for av fatigue and complacency on the part of the inspector can affect inspection and how to combat their effects. Head of Certification Experts Department Regulatory. Wire insulation removal tools c.
Subject: AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL Date: 11/20/07 AC No WIRING INTERCONNECTION – PDF
Knowledge of the different types of inspections. This document provides a brief overview of Lectromec s process for addressing the maintenance and More information.
Rectangular connectors X Knowledge of the general types of connective devices and how to identify them airplane specific. Applying power to the airplane c. This level of inspection is made under normally available lighting conditions such as daylight, hangar lighting, flashlight, or droplight and may require removal or opening of access panels or doors.
Inspection criteria for installed connectors b. What aviation mechanic certificates and ratings are issued by FAA?
It may also be used by type certificate holders and supplemental type certificate STC holders. The following definitions apply: