Appendix M - Transport Canada Approved Minimum Equipment List

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AIR XXXX INC. MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST PAGE
De HAVILLAND DHC-8
Series 100/300
Amendment: 4
DATE: 01 Apr 95
24-38-1
ATA System and Sequence Number 1. 2. NUMBER INSTALLED
ITEM     3. NUMBER REQUIRED
24. ELECTRICAL POWER       4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS
24-38 BAT HOT
Caution or Warning Lights
C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided the associated Battery Temperature Indicator operates normally.
PLACARDING

Placard appropriate BAT HOT caution/warning light(s) at annunciator panel in the cockpit.

OPERATING PROCEDURES:
  1. Apply DC power to aircraft DC electrical system.
  2. At BATTERY TEMPERATURE monitor panel, check that the associated battery temperature indication(s) (Main and/or Aux) reads approximately ambient (OAT) temperature.

NOTE: If aircraft has been recently operated and/or sitting in the hot sun, the indicated temperature may be higher. If the outside air temperature (OAT) is below 15ºC, only the first green segment on indicator will be illuminated.

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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES:

None required.

MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS:

NOTE: Do not open BATT TEMP CAUT LTS 28 VDC R Ess Bus Circuit Breaker at Right DC Circuit Breaker Panel.

AIR XXXX INC. MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST PAGE
De HAVILLAND DHC-8
Series 100/300
Amendment: 4
DATE: 01 Apr 95
21-3-1
ATA System and Sequence Number1. 2. NUMBER INSTALLED
      3. NUMBER REQUIRED
21. Air Conditioning       4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS
21-3 Equipment Cooling Fan
wardrobe)
D 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided the equipment cooling fan is deactivated.
PLACARDING:

Placard Equipment Cooling Fan on avionics bay door above wardrobe.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS:

Conditioned air must be provided within 30minutes for OAT above 30ºC, aircraft on ground and power on.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES:
  1. Open and clip the associated FAN circuit breaker at right 115VAC BUS on avionics circuit breaker panel.
  2. Conditioned air is made available within 30minutes for OAT above 30ºC, aircraft on ground and power on.
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