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Boeing 737
Stores Jettison (Click Green Background To  Close) Provides the capability of phase jettison of all external stores or symmetrical jettison of fuel tanks. EMER JETT ALL:  Applies 28 volts from essential dc bus to all stores stations when the helicopter weight is off the wheels.
Turn ControlTurns the airplane while flying under Automatic Control.
Nose Wheel Steering (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. Nose Wheel Steering Switch: On Main Instrument Panel - Captain’s Side     • ALT – Hydraulic System “B” provides power for Nose Wheel Steering.     • NORM (guarded position) – Hydraulic System “A” provides power for Nose Wheel Steering.2. Nose Wheel Steering Wheel: Rotate –     • Turns nose wheel up to 78 degrees in either direction     • Overrides rudder pedal steering.3. Nose Wheel Steering Indicator     • Left – Indicates Nose Wheel Steering displacement left of center position.      • Center – Normal straight ahead position.     • Right – Indicates Nose Wheel Steering displacement right of center position.
Instrument CLICK
Mode Control Panel CLICK
AFT & Forward Overhead CLICK
Pedestal CLICK
Main Instrument Panel CLICK
Glareshield CLICK
Captain's Rudders CLICK
Captains's Rudders CLICK
F/O's Rudders CLICK
Captain's Yoke CLICK
F/O's Yoke CLICK
STAB CLICK
STAB CLICK
Nose Wheel CLICK
APU Start Switch (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. MAINT Light: Indicates a APU Maintenance problem exists.2. Low Oil Pressure Light: Low Oil Pressure initiate shutdown.3. Fault Light: Malfunction exists initiate shutdown.4. Over Speed Light: APU RPM limit exceeded resulting in shutdown.5. EGT Indicator: Displays Exhaust Gas Temperature. 6. APU Switch: On/Off Auxiliary Power Unit. Provides power for Main Engine Start. This unit use to be referred to as the, Putt Putt, during World War II.
IRS Display & Mode Selector (Click Green Background To  Close) 01. Data Displays: Display data for the IRS selected by the system.02. Display Selector (DSPL SEL): • Test – Test all lights in data Displays and Mode Selector unit• TK/GS –        ⁃ Left window displays True Track       ⁃ Right window displays Ground Speed (knots)• PPOS –       ⁃ Left window displays present latitude       ⁃ Right window displays present longitude• WIND –       ⁃ Left window displays true wind direction       ⁃ Right window displays wind speed (knots)• HDG/STS –       ⁃ Left window displays true heading       ⁃ Right window displays any applicable maintenance status codes03. BRT Control: Adjusts Brightness of the data Displays.04. System Display Selector: Selects L or R IRS for the Data Displays.05. Keyboard: Alpha Keys for Data Displays06. ALIGN Light: Indicates IRS is or is not operating in the ALIGN mode.07. FAULT Light: System Fault affecting IRS ATT and/or NAV modes has been detected.08. ON DC Light: IRS is operating on DC power09. DC FAIL Light: DC power for the related IRS is not normal10. IRS Mode Selector▪ OFF, all electrical power is removed from the system▪ ALIGN, initiates the alignment cycle▪ NAV, IRS info is available to airplane 
Hydraulic Panel (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. Overheat Lights: Pump or Hydraulic fluid has Overheated. 2. Low Pressure Lights: Output Pressure of associated pump is Low.3. Electric HYD Pumps Switches: Power On/Off to associated Electric motor–driven pump.4. Engine HYD Pumps Switches:      • ON – De–energizes blocking valve in pump to allow pump pressure to enter system.     • OFF – Energizes blocking valve to block pump output.
737 Forward & AFT Overhead
 AC & DC Metering Panel (Click Green Background To  Close) 01. DC Ammeter: Indicates Amperage of source selected by DC Meters Selector. 02. DC Voltmeter: Indicates Voltage of source selected by DC Meters Selector.03. AC Ammeter: Indicates Amperage of source selected by AC Meters Selector.04. Frequency Meter: Indicates Frequency of source selected by AC Meters Selector.05. AC Voltmeter: Indicates Voltage of source selected by AC Meters Selector.06. BAT Discharge Light: Excessive Battery Discharge detected.07. TR Unit Light: Indicates TRs have failed.08. ELEC Light: Fault exists in DC or Standby power system.09. MAINT Button: Used by maintenance.10. DC Meters Selector: Selects DC source for DC voltmeter and DC ammeter indications.11. BAT Switch: Provides or Removes power from switched hot battery BUS.12. AC Meters Selector: Selects AC source for AC voltmeter, ammeter and frequency meters.13. CAB/UTIL Switch: Removes or Supplies electrical power to Galley and Cabin Equipment.14. IFE/PASS SEAT Switch: Removes or Supplies electrical power to Passenger Seats and         In-Flight Entertainment systems.
Ground Power & Bus Switching Panels(Click Green Background To  Close) 1. GRN Power Available Light: Ground Power is connected.2. GRD PWR Off: Ground Power from AC transfer busses in On/Off.3. Transfer BUS Off Lights: Transfer BUS is not powered.4. Source Off Lights: No manually selected power to transfer BUS.5. BUS Transfer: (guarded position) Power busses from any operating generator.6. GEN OFF BUS Lights: IDG is not supplying power to transfer BUS.7. APU GEN Off BUS Light: APU is running and not powering a BUS.8. GEN 1/2 Switches: IDG from related AC transfer BUS is Connects/Disconnected.9. APU GEN Switches: OFF – APU powering both AC transfer busses, or Neither.
Bleed Air Controls (Click Green Background To  Close) 01. Dual Bleed Light: APU bleed air valve open.02. RAM DOOR Light: Indicates Ram Door in full open position.03. RECIRC Fan: Recirculation Fan is either Off or Auto.04. Duct Pressure Indicator: Shows pressure in L and R bleed air ducts.05. OVHT Test Pb: Tests Wing Body Overheat detector circuits.06. L or R PACK Switch: Set Air Conditioning Pack in Off, Auto or High position.07. Isolation Valve Switch: Open / Close Isolation Valve or put in Auto.08. Pack Light: Indicates Pack temperature has exceeded limits.09. Wing–Body Overheat Light: Indicates Overheat from Bleed Air duct leak in left/right engine strut.10. Bleed Trip Off Light: Excessive engine Bleed Air temperature or pressure.11. Trip Reset Pb: Resets 8, 9 and 10 lights.12. Engine Bleed Air 1/2 Switches: Open / Closes Engine Bleed Air valve.13. APU Bleed Air Switch: Open / Closes APU bleed air valve.
Audio Control (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. Transmitter Selectors: Selects related communication system for transmission.2. Receiver Knobs: Adjusts volume related communication system.3. Push–to–Talk Switch:• R/T (Radio–Transmit) – Keys oxygen mask or boom mic for transmission, selected by transmitter selector.• I/C (Intercom) – Keys oxygen mask or boom mic for direct transmission over flight interphone.4. MASK–BOOM Switch: selects oxygen mask or boom microphone for transmissions.5. Filter Switch: ◦ V (Voice) – receive NAV and ADF voice audio.◦ B (Both) – receive NAV and ADF voice and range audio.◦ R (Range) – receive NAV and ADF station identifier range (code) audio6. ALT–NORM Switch: ACP operates normally or (Alternate) – ACP operates in degraded mode7. SPKR Switch: Speaker switch is active.▪ Push – Selected Audio receiver is heard on overhead speaker.▪ Rotate –Adjusts overhead speaker volume.▪ Push again – Deselects Audio from selected receiver to be heard on overhead speaker.
Fuel Control Panel (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. ENG Valve Closed: Engine or Spar Fuel shutoff valve is open. Illuminates (blue)2. Fuel TEMP Indicator: Shows Fuel Temperature in No. 1 tank.3. Filter Bypass Lights: Filter operating normally. Illuminates (amber)4. Valve Open: Crossfeed valve is closed. Illuminates (blue)5. Crossfeed Knob: Controls Fuel Crossfeed valve.6. Low Pressure Lights: Pump output Pressure is Low in respective tank. Illuminates (amber)7. Fuel Pump Switches: Activates/Deactivates CTR, AFT or FWD Fuel Pumps.
Generator Drive & Standby Power Panel (Click Green Background To  Close)1. Drive Lights 1 & 2: Indicates Low Oil Pressure in Integrated Drive Generator (IDG).2. Disconnect Switches 1 & 2: Disconnects IDG if electrical power is available. 3. Standby PWR Off Light: Indicates AC, DC Standby BUS or Battery BUS are unpowered. 4. Standby Power Switch: AC, DC Standby BUS or Battery power, in AUTO, OFF or BAT. 
Cockpit Voice Recorder (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. Area Microphone: Active anytime 115V AC is applied to airplane.2. Erase Switch: All Channels Erased. Operative only when on Ground and Brakes set.3. Test Switch: A tone may be heard through a headset if no faults are detected.4. Headset Jack: Headset may be used to monitor Test Tone, or Playback.
L & R Wipers What else is going to scrape those bugs off the windshields.
Flight Recorder Mach Airspeed Warning Stall Warning (Click Green Background To  Close)
No Smoking & Seat Belts Signs These are the Signs that they turn On, just when you need to get up and Pee.
Equipment Cooling (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. Supply Switch: Normal / Alternate Cooling Supply fan activated.2. Supply OFF Light: No airflow from selected Cooling Supply fan.3. Exhaust Switch: Normal / Alternate Cooling Exhaust fan activated.4. Exhaust OFF Light: No airflow from selected Cooling Exhaust fan.
Engine Panel (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. Reverser Lights: Thrust Reverser control valve/sleeves is not in commanded position/state.2. EEC Switches:      ON – In view (white)          • Indicates normal control mode is selected          • Engine ratings calculated by EEC from sensed atmospheric conditions and bleed air demand          • When ON is not in view, the EEC has been manually selected to the alternate mode.      ALTN – in view (amber)          • Indicated EEC has automatically switched to alternate control mode or it has been selected manually          • EEC provides rated thrust or higher.3. Engine Control Lights: Engine Control System is not dispatchable due to faults in system.
Gear Lights (Click Green Background To  Close) See "Landing Gear Lever"on Main Instrument Panel.
Cabin Altitude Panel (Click Green Background To  Close)1. Cabin Altimeter / Differential Pressure Indicator: ⁃ Inner Scale – indicates cabin altitude in feet.⁃ Outer Scale – indicates differential pressure between cabin and ambient in psi.2. Cabin Rate of Climb Indicator: cabin rate of climb or descent in feet per minute.3. Altitude Horn Cutout Pb: Cuts out Cabin Altitude Warning Horn.
Air Temperature Indicator (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. TEMP Indicator: Indicates Temperature selected with TEMP Source Selector.2. TEMP Source Selector: Location selector for Air Temperature.3. TRIM Air Switch: Trim Air pressure regulating and shutoff valve signaled Open / Close.4. Zone TEMP Lights: Indicates a Duct Temperature Overheat5. TEMP Selector: Automatic Temperature control for the associated zones.
Cabin Pressurization Panel (Click Green Background To  Close) 01. Auto Fail Light: Pressurization failure detected.02. OFF SCHED Descent Light: Plane Descended before reaching the planned cruise altitude.03. ALTN Light: Pressurization operating in the Alternate Automatic Mode.04. Manual Light: Pressurization operating in the Manual Mode.05. FLT ALT Indicator: Indicates selected Flight Altitude.06. FLT ALT Selector: Set planned cruise Flight Altitude.                                       (-1,000 ft. to 42,000 ft. in 500 ft. increments)07. LAND ALT Indicator: Indicates Altitude of intended landing field.08. LAND ALT Selector: Select planned Landing Field Altitude.                                          (-1,000 ft. to 14,000 ft. in 50 ft. increments)09. Outflow Valve Position Indicator: Indicates position of Outflow Valve.10. Outflow Valve Switch: Opens/Closes Outflow valve electrically.11. Pressurization Mode Selector: Pressurization controlled Automatically, Manually                                                           or with ALTN controller.12. Cabin Flight Altitude Placard: Used to determine setting for Cabin Altitude                                                          when operating in Manual Mode.
Navigation & Displays (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. VHF NAV Switch: Switches VHF between Receiver 1, 2 or Default2. IRS Switch: Switches flight instrument attitude/heading source to Left, Right or Default                         Inertial Reference System.3. FMC Switch: Switches how the Flight Management Computer controls flight systems.4. Source Selector: Switching the Source for the inboard/outboard Display Electronics Units (DEU)5. Control Panel Switch: Switching how the EFIS is displayed on the DEU.
Emergency Exit Lights (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. NOT ARMED Light: Indicates EMER Exit Lights Not In ARMED position. Illuminates (amber) 2. EMER Exit Lights Switch: Switches Emergency Lights ON/Off or ARMED (guard position)
Flight Control (Click Green Background To  Close) 01. FLT CONTROL Switches A/B:   ▪ STBY RUD - Activates standby hydraulic system pump and opens standby rudder shutoff valve.  ▪ OFF - Closes flight control shutoff valve isolating ailerons, elevators and rudder.  ▪ ON (guarded position) - Normal operating position.02. Low Pressure Lights: Indicates Low hydraulic system Pressure to ailerons, elevator and rudder.03. Spoiler Switches: Opens/Closes the respective flight spoiler shutoff valve.04. Yaw Damper Light: Yaw Damper is not engaged.05. Yaw Damper Switch: engages / Disengages Yaw Damper.06. Standby HYD Lights:   ◦ Low Quantity Light: Indicates Low Quantity in standby hydraulic reservoir.  ◦ Low Pressure Light: Indicates output Pressure of standby pump is Low.  ◦ STBY RUD On Light: Indicates the Standby Rudder system is commanded ON.07. Alternate Flap Guard: Arms the Alternate Flap position switch.08. Alternate Flap Position Switch: Retracts / Extends TE flaps.09. FEEL DIFF PRESS Light: Indicates excessive differential pressure in the elevator feel computer.10.  Speed Trim FAIL Light: Failure of the Speed Trim system.11. Mach Trim FAIL Light: Failure of the Mach Trim system.12. Auto Slat FAIL Light: Failure of the Auto Slat System.
Probe Heat (Click Green Background To  Close)
Exterior Door Annunciator Lights (Click Green Background To  Close)If related Door is not closed and locked, Illuminates (amber)
Window Heat (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. Overheat Lights: Overheat condition is detected. Illuminates (amber)2. Heat Lights: Heat is being applied ON-Illuminates (green), OFF-Illuminates (amber)3. Heat Switches: Switches Heat ON or Off for selected window(s)4. Heat Test Switch: Simulates an Overheat Condition or Power Test.
Emergency Locator Transmitter (Click Green Background To  Close) ELT Light: ELT has been activated and is simultaneously transmitting on 121.5, 243.0 and 406.0 mhz. Illuminates (amber) ELT (Guarded) Switch: ELT transmits automatically when it reaches its preset G–Load limit if ARMED. Manually if ON.
Dome White (Click Green Background To  Close) Dome Light Switch: Sets overhead Dome Lights to either Bright, Dim or Off.
Stores Jettison (Click Green Background To  Close) Provides the capability of phase jettison of all external stores or symmetrical jettison of fuel tanks.
Landing/Position Lights, APU & Engine Start (Click Green Background To  Close)
Circuit Breaker / Panel Light Controls (Click Green Background To  Close) Top. Circuit Breaker Light Knob: Controls Circuit Breaker panels Light brightness. Bot.  PANEL Light Knob: Controls forward and aft overhead panel Lights brightness.
Wing & Engine Anti–Ice Panel(Click Green Background To  Close) WING1. L & R Valve Open Lights:      • Bright – Related Wing Anti–Ice control valve is in transit. Illuminates (blue)     • Dim – Related Wing Anti–Ice control valve is open (switch ON).     • Extinguished – Related Wing Anti–Ice control valve is closed (switch OFF).2. WING ANTI–ICE Switch:     OFF – Wing Anti–Ice control valves are closed.      ON (in the air) –          • Wing Anti–Ice control valves are open.          • Stick shaker logic is set for icing conditions.     ON (on the ground) –          • Wing Anti–Ice control valves open if thrust on both engines is below takeoff warning setting.          • Control valves close if either engine thrust is above takeoff warning setting.          • Switch trips OFF at lift–off. ENGINE3. Cowl Anti–Ice Lights: Indicates overpressure in duct downstream of engine Cowl Anti–Ice valve.4. Cowl Valve Open Lights:      • Bright – Related Cowl Anti–Ice valve is in transit.  Illuminates (blue)     • Dim – Related Cowl Anti–Ice valve is Open. (switch ON)     • Extinguished – Related Cowl Anti–Ice valve is Closed. (switch OFF)5. Engine Anti–Ice Switches: Related Engine Anti–Ice valve is Open or Closed.     
Leading Edge Devices (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. LE Devices Annunciator: Shows position of Leading Edge flaps and slats.2. Transit Lights: Related LE device in Transit.3. EXT Lights: Related LE slat in Extended position.4. FULL EXT Lights: Related LE device fully extended.5. Test Switch: Tests all annunciator panel lights.
Oxygen Panel (Click Green Background To  Close) Crew Oxygen Indicator: Shows pressure at the crew oxygen cylinder. PASS Oxygen (Guarded) Switch: Activates Oxygen System and drops Masks either automatically or manually if automatic function fails. PASS OXY On Light: Passenger Oxygen System is operating and Masks have dropped. fuel tanks. Illuminates (amber)
Title CLICK
Lights, APU & Engine Start Click
A P U
Fuel Control Panel CLICK
Ground Power CLICK
Wipers
Seat Belts
EMER Exit Lights
ELT CLICK
Door Lights CLICK
Oxygen CLICK
AC & DC Metering CLICK 
APU CLICK
Cabin Altitude CLICK
Cabin Pressurization CLICK
Navigation & Displays CLICK
Window Heat CLICK
Bleed Air Controls CLICK
EQUIP Cooling CLICK
Air Temperature CLICK
Flight Control CLICK
Circuit Breaker CLICK
Dome White CLICK
Leading Edge CLICK
Standby Power CLICK
Voice Recorder CLICK
IRS Display & Mode Selector CLICK
Audio Control CLICK
Probe Heat CLICK
Wing & Engine Anti–Ice CLICK
Hydraulic Panel CLICK
Flight Recorder Mach Airspeed Stall Warning  CLICK
Engine CLICK
Gear Lights CLICK
Inter Phone CLICK
Flight Deck Door (Click Green Background To  Close) Needs No Explanation
Spoiler / Speedbrake Lever (Click Green Background To  Close) Flight spoilers are located on the upper surface of each wing and they can be extended upward into the airflow to spoil it, reduce lift in an aircraft. Spoilers fall into two categories: those that are deployed at controlled angles during flight to increase descent rate or control roll, and those that are fully deployed immediately on landing to greatly reduce lift. Speedbrakes differ from Spoilers in that Speedbrakes are designed to increase drag while making little change to lift.
Cargo Fire (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. Test Pb: Tests both Forward and AFT Cargo Fire detector loops and suppression system.2. EXT Test Lights: Indicates detector loops and suppression system normal.3. DET Select Knobs: Select A or B or Both as Active detection loop in FWD / AFT compartments.4. Detector Fault Light: Indicates loops in one or both Cargo compartments have failed.5. FWD / AFT ARM Switches: Extinguisher Armed for selected Cargo compartment.6. FWD / AFT Warning Lights: Indicates at least one detector in each loop detects smoke.7. DISCH Switch: PUSH - if system is armed, discharges the extinguisher bottle. 8. DISCH Light: Indicates the extinguisher bottle has discharged.
737 Pedestal
Parking Brake (Click Green Background To  Close) The Parking Brake can be engaged (lifting) or disengaged (pushing down) with this park lever, or by depressing the toe brakes located on the rudder pedals. The Red Light illuminates when in Park.
Rudder Trim (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. Pedals: Controls Rudder position & limited nose gear steering up to 7° of center.2. Trim Indicator: Shows units of Rudder Trim.3. Trim Off Flag: Indicates that Rudder Trim Indicator is inoperative.4. Trim Control: Electrically Trims the Rudder in the desired direction.5. Yaw Damper: Indicates main Yaw Damper movement of Rudder.
Weather Radar (WX) (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. Mode Selector Switch:• TEST – Tests weather radar system operation• WX – Shows Weather radar returns at selected gain level.• WX/TURB – Shows Weather Radar returns and Turbulence within 40 miles.• MAP – Shows ground returns.2. Gain Control: Sets receiver Sensitivity to enhance ground mapping3. TILT Control: Radar Antenna Tilts up/down to selected degrees above/below horizon.
Flood and Aft Electronics Lights Controls (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. FLOOD Light Control: Rotate – Controls Overhead spotlight brightness                                                          directed at thrust lever quadrant.2. PANEL Light Control: Rotate – Controls Forward and AFT electronic control                                                          Panel lights brightness.
VHF Navigaton (NAV) (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. Frequency Windows: Indicates Frequency selected by frequency selector.2. TEST Switch: Shows VOR & DME fail flags, and others.3. TFR Switch: Switches (Transfer) STANDBY Frequency and ACTIVE Frequency.4. Frequency Selector: Rotate – Manually selects the standby Frequency.
Air Traffic Control (ATC) (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. XPNDR Selector: Selects transponder No. 1 or 2.2. XPNDR Fail Light: Indicates transponder malfunction. Illuminates (amber)3. Code Window: Shows transponder code or operating transponder (1 or 2).4. Transponder Mode Selector:      • STBY (standby) – Does not transmit.     • ALT RPTG OFF – Transponder operates without altitude reporting.     • XPNDR – Transponder operates with altitude reporting.     • TA ONLY – Enables the display of traffic advisory (TA) targets.     • TA/RA – Enables display of Traffic Advisory (TA) & Resolution Advisory (RA) targets.5. ALT Source Selector: Enables Altitude reporting from air data computer No. 1 or 2.6. IDENT Switch: Push – transmits an identification signal.7. Code Selector Knobs: Rotate – Sets transponder code in transponder.
Ailern Trim (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. Trim Indicator: Shows units of Aileron Trim.2. Trim Switches: Switches repositions the aileron neutral control position.3. Control Wheel: (Rotate L or R) – Operates Ailerons / Flight Spoilers in desired direction.4. Control Column: (Push or Pull) – Operates Elevators in the desired direction.
Overheat/Fire Protection (Click Green Background To  Close) 01. OVHT DET: Overheat Detection Loops A, B or Both are Active.02. ENG 1/2 Overheat Lights: Indicates Overheat in related engine.03. Test Switch:▪ Fault/INOP – Tests Fault detection circuits for both Engines and APU.▪ OVHT/FIRE – Tests Overheat/Fire detection loops on Engines, APU and Wheel Well.04. Engine Fire Warning Switch: Indicates Fire (Red) in related engine. Pull Up to discharge squib.05. Wheel Well Fire Warning Light: Indicates Fire in main gear Wheel Well.06. Fault Light: Indicates both detector loops for an engine have failed.07. APU DET INOP: Indicates APU detector loop has failed.08. APU Bottle Discharge Light: Indicates APU extinguisher Bottle has Discharged.09. Bell Cutout Switch: Silences and Resets Lights, Warnings and Horns.10. APU Fire Warning Switch: indicates fire in APU. Pull Up arms APU extinguisher circuit.11. L/R Bottle Discharge Lights: Indicates related fire extinguisher Bottle has Discharged.12. EXT TEST Switch: Tests discharge circuits for all three extinguisher bottles.13. Extinguisher Test Lights: Test switch is positioned to 1 or 2 and circuit continuity is normal.
Radio Tuning (Click Green Background To  Close) 01. Frequency Displays:▪ Active – Displays Tuned Frequency of the selected radio.▪ Standby – Displays the preselected or previously Tuned Frequency of the selected radio.02. FREQ Transfer Pb: Push - Switches Active/Standby Display Frequencies and tunes Radio to Active Frequency.03. Offside Tuning Light: Radio associated with this panel being Tuned by another Radio panel.04. PNL Off Pb: Push - Disconnects Panel from the communication Radios.05. HF SENS Knob: Adjusts the Sensitivity of the on–side HF receiver.06. Radio Tuning Lights: Indicates the selected VHF, HF or AM Radio.07. Radio Tuning Pb: Push - Selects VHF or HF radio to be tuned.08. AM Switch: Sets the AM (Amplitude Modulation) or USB (Upper Side Band) mode for selected HF.09. VHF TEST Pb: Push - Removes automatic squelch feature10. Frequency Selector: Selects frequency in the Standby Display.
Automatic Direction Finding (ADF) (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. Frequency Indicators (2): Shows the Active/Standby Frequencies.2. TFR Switch: Selects ADF for display.3. Frequency Selectors (2): • Outer knob sets the hundreds number• Middle knob sets the tens number• Inner knob sets the tenths and ones number4. Mode Selector: • ADF – Audio reception possible• ANT – Audio reception optimized5. TONE Switch: Enables or Disables tone
Spoiler Speed Brake CLICK
Parking Brake CLICK
Stab Trim
Rudder Trim CLICK
Aileron Trim CLICK
Overheat/Fire Protection CLICK
Cargo Fire CLICK
Radio Tuning CLICK
Radio Tuning CLICK
WX Radar CLICK
ADF CLICK
STAB Wheel CLICK
STAB SW CLICK
ATC CLICK
NAV CLICK
Flood CLICK
Printer
Door Lock CLICK
HGS CLICK
Throttle CLICK
Group 2
Outboard Display The Display Units can be customized in a variety of different ways, featuring a multitude of symbols, icons and flags. Far too many for me to show here. So I’m will just highlight a few of the basic symbols in two Groups.
Control Display Unit (CDU)(Click Green Background To  Close) Line Select Keys: Push     • moves data from scratchpad to selected line     • moves data from selected line to scratchpad     • selects page, procedure, or performance mode as applicable     • deletes data from selected line when DELETE is shown in scratchpad. CDU Function Keys: Push     • INIT REF – Shows page for data initialization or for reference data.     • RTE – Shows page to input or change origin, destination, or route.     • CLB – Shows page to view or change climb data.     • CRZ – Shows page to view or change cruise data.     • DES – Shows page to view or change descent data.     • DIR INTC – Shows page to modify route to fly directly from present position.     • MENU – Shows page to choose subsystems controlled by CDU.     • LEGS –• Shows page to evaluate or modify lateral and vertical data.• Shows page to control PLAN mode display.     • DEP ARR – Shows page to input or change departure and arrival procedures.     • HOLD – Shows page to create holding patterns and show holding pattern data.     • PROG – Shows page to view dynamic flight and navigation data.     • N1 LIMIT – Shows page to view or change N1 thrust limits.     • FIX – Shows page to create reference points on map display.     • PREV PAGE – Shows previous page of related pages.     • NEXT PAGE – Shows next page of related pages. CALL Light: A subsystem other than FMC is requesting control of CDU. Illuminates (white)FAIL Light: FMC has Failed. Illuminates (amber)Message (MSG) Light: Scratchpad Message is shown. Illuminates (white)Offset (OFST) Light: LNAV gives guidance for lateral route Offset. Illuminates (white) Execute Key: Push –     • Makes data modification(s) active.     • Extinguishes execute light.Execute Light: Active data is modified but not executed. Illuminates (white)
Registration SELCAL Code (Click Green Background To  Close) SELCAL is an Acronym for SELective CALling. It is an international aviation radio two tone system that can alert an aircraft's crew that a ground radio station wishes to communicate with the aircraft. Essentially, it’s a paging system for airplanes. HF radio frequently has terribly high levels of background noise that can make it difficult or distracting to listen to, especially for long stretches of flight time.  So, unless the radio is immediately needed, it is common practice for crews to keep the radio volume low . A SELCAL notification activates a signal to the crew that they are about to receive a voice transmission, so that the crew has time to raise the volume.      • A SELCAL Code is made up of two 2-letter pairs between the letters A to S in the alphabet      • The letters I, N and O and T to Z are not used.     • The first letter of each pair must be earlier in the alphabet then the second letter.     • Duplicate letters are not permitted in either pair. Valid Codes: AS-BR, EK-DJ, MR-EQInvalid Codes: JG-MR, CK-IZ, EE-AF There are only 10,920 unique codes available. Since there are more then 11,000 aircraft flying in our skies, it would be physically impossible for each one to have its own unique code.  To avoid confusion from two or more aircraft using the same SELCAL Code, ARINC (Aeronautical Radio Inc), the SELCAL Code issuing body in the USA, tries to assign code duplicates to aircraft that do not usually operate in the same region of the world or on the same HF radio frequencies. However, aircraft commonly move between different geographical regions, therefore, air crew always verify both SELCAL and call sign to be sure their aircraft is the intended. Each letter of the SELCAL Code corresponds to a specific audio tone frequency.When heard SELCAL Code have a very distinctive bing-bong sound. A = 312.6 Hz,   B = 346.7 Hz,   C = 384.6 Hz,   D = 426.6 Hz,   E = 473.2 Hz,     F = 524.8 Hz,     G = 582.1 Hz,     H = 645.7 HzJ = 716.1 Hz,   K = 794.3 Hz,    L = 881.0 Hz,   M = 977.2 Hz,   P = 1083.9 Hz,   Q = 1202.3 Hz,   R = 1333.5 Hz,   S = 1479.1 Hz
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Indicators(Click Green Background To  Close) 1. A/P P/RST:      • Flashes and tone sounds when Autopilot has disengaged     • Reset by pushing either disengage light or either A/P disengage switch2. A/T P/RST:      • Flashing – Autothrottle has disengaged     • Steady – Disengage light test switch held in position 23. FMC P/RST:      • the FAIL light on CDU(s) is illuminated, or     • an alerting message exists for both CDUs, or     • test switch is in position 1 or 2.4. Test Switch:      • TEST 1 – Illuminates Autopilot/Autothrottle Disengage and FMC alert lights steady amber.     • TEST 2 – Illuminates Autopilot/Autothrottle Disengage lights steady red and FMC alert light steady amber.5. Lights Test: 6. Speedbrake Do Not ARM: Indicates that the automatic operation of the Speedbrake system does not arm correctly.7. Speedbrake Extended: Indicates Speedbrake lever is in the fully down position and spoiler panels are not down.6. STAB Out Of Trim: Only when A/P engaged. Indicates A/P isn't trimming the Stabilizer properly. illuminates (amber)
Nose Wheel Steering (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. Nose Wheel Steering Switch:      • ALT – Hydraulic System “B” provides power for Nose Wheel Steering.     • NORM (guarded position) – Hydraulic System “A” provides power for Nose Wheel Steering.2. Nose Wheel Steering Wheel: Rotate –     • Turns nose wheel up to 78 degrees in either direction     • Overrides rudder pedal steering.3. Nose Wheel Steering Indicator     • Left – Indicates Nose Wheel Steering displacement left of center position.      • Center – Normal straight ahead position.     • Right – Indicates Nose Wheel Steering displacement right of center position.
Indicators(Click Green Background To  Close) 1. BRAKE PRESS Indicator: Indicates Brake Accumulator Pressure:     • Normal pressure – 3000 psi     • Maximum pressure – 3500 psi     • Normal precharge – 1000 psi.2. A/P P/RST:      • Flashes and tone sounds when Autopilot has disengaged     • Reset by pushing either disengage light or either A/P disengage switch3. A/T P/RST:      • Flashing – Autothrottle has disengaged     • Steady – Disengage light test switch held in position 24. FMC P/RST:      • The FAIL light on CDU(s) is illuminated, or     • an alerting message exists for both CDUs, or     • test switch is in position 1 or 2.5. Test Switch:      • TEST 1 – Illuminates Red Auto Pilot & Throttle Disengage and FMC alert lights amber.     • TEST 2 – Illuminates Red Auto Pilot & Throttle Disengage and FMC alert light amber.6. Cabin Altitude Warning Light:      • Illuminates at 10,000 feet if the cabin has not been pressurized     • Illuminates during flight when loss of cabin pressure occurs7. Takeoff CONFIG Warning Light: Activates on ground if the plane not configured correctly                                                            for takeoff, when throttles applied. 8. Speedbrakes Extended Warning Light:      In–Flight -          • SPEED BRAKE lever is beyond the ARMED position, and          • TE flaps extended more than flaps 10, or          • Radio altitude less than 800 feet     On The Ground -          • SPEED BRAKE lever is in the DOWN detent,           • Ground spoilers are not stowed.9. BELOW G/S Light:      • Below glide slope alert is active.     • Push – Inhibits ground proximity GLIDE SLOPE alert when below 1,000 feet radio altitude.
Integrated Standby Flight Display(Click Green Background To  Close) 01. APP Switch: When Pushed-Rotates between Blank, Approach (APP) and Back Course (BCRS). 02. APP Mode Indicator: Shows what Approach Mode your in. (Blank, APP, BCRS)03. Attitude Display:• Indicates bank in reference to the bank scale• Indicates the horizon relative to the airplane symbol04. Brightness Switches: Increases / Decreases display brightness.05. Airplane Symbol: Indicates plane’s attitude with reference to the horizon.06. Airspeed Indications: Indicates current airspeed when above 30 knots.07. Rest (RST) Switch: Aligns horizon with the Airplane Symbol.08. HP/IN Switch: Changes the units of the barometric reference. Hectopascal or Inch09. Barometric Setting: Shows the Barometric setting.10. Ambient Light Sensor: Automatically adjusts display intensity for ambient lighting condition.11. Glideslope Pointer and Deviation Scale: Indicates Glideslope position relative to the airplane.12. Current Altitude13. Localizer Pointer and Deviation Scale: Indicates Localizer position relative to the airplane.14. Barometric (BARO) Selector: Changes Barometric setting.15. Heading Indication: Displays airplane heading. Standby Radio Magnetic Indicator 1. Heading Warning Flag: Indicates signal from the air data inertial reference system is lost. 2. Bearing Pointers: • narrow pointer uses signals from the VHF NAV receiver No. 1 or ADF receiver No. 1[Aircraft with Dual ADF]• wide pointer uses signals from the VHF NAV receiver No. 2 or ADF receiver No. 2. 3. Bearing Pointer No. 1 Warning Flag:  VOR Mode: • RMI power failure • VHF NAV signal unreliable  ADF Mode: • RMI power failure • ADF failure or signal unreliable 4. VOR/ADF Bearing Pointer No. 1 Knob: Selects VOR or ADF for the bearing pointer. 5. VOR/ADF Bearing Pointer No. 2 Knob: selects VOR or ADF for the bearing pointer. 6. Bearing Pointer No. 2 Warning Flag:  • RMI power failure • VHF NAV signal unreliable
Windshield/Foot Air Controls (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. Foot Air Controls: PULL – Supplies Conditioned Air to pilots’ leg positions.2. Windshield Air Controls: PULL – Supplies Conditioned Air to number 1 windows for defogging.
Inboard Display Unit (Click Green Background To  Close) The Display Units can be customized in a variety of different ways, featuring a multitude of symbols, icons and flags. Far too many for me to show here. So I have just highlighted a few of the basic symbols.
Upper Display Unit (Click Green Background To  Close) The Display Units can be customized in a variety of different ways, featuring a multitude of symbols, icons and flags. Far too many for me to show here. So I have just highlighted a few of the basic symbols.
Brightness Controls(Click Green Background To  Close) 1. Main Panel Lighting: Controls Brightness of CAPT/FO’s panel and instrument lighting.2. OUTBD DU BRT Control: ROTATE – Adjusts the Brightness of CAPT/FO’s Outboard Display Unit.3. INBD DU BRT Control:      • (outer) ROTATE – Adjusts the Brightness of the CAPT/FO’s Inboard Display Unit.     • (inner) ROTATE – Adjusts Weather Radar and Terrain Display Brightness on the CAPT/FO’s Inboard Display Unit.4. LOWER DU BRT Control:      • (outer) ROTATE – Adjusts the Brightness of Lower Display Unit.     • (inner) Inoperative5. UPPER DU BRT Control: ROTATE – Adjusts the Brightness of the Upper Display Unit.
Background and AFDS Flood Light Control (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. Background Light Control: Rotate – Controls Incandescent Lighting Brightness for CAPT/FO’s panels.2. AFDS Flood Light Control: Rotate – Controls Brightness of lighting directed at AFDS panel.
Landing Gear Lever(Click Green Background To  Close) 1. Landing Gear Indicator Lights (Top): • Illuminated (Red) –     ⁃ Landing Gear is not down and locked.• Extinguished -     ⁃ Landing Gear is up and locked with landing gear lever UP or OFF     ⁃ Landing Gear is down and locked with landing gear lever DN2. Landing Gear Indicator Lights (Bottom)• Illuminated (Green) – Related gear down and locked.• Extinguished – Landing gear is not down and locked.3. Landing Gear Lever: • UP – landing gear retract.• OFF – hydraulic pressure is removed from landing gear system. • DN – landing gear extend.4. Override Trigger: Allows Landing Gear Lever to be raised, bypassing                 Landing Gear Lever lock. 5. Limit Speed Placard: Indicates maximum speed in operating Landing                 Gear and after gear extension.
737 Main Instruments
Clock(Click Green Background To  Close) 1. CHR Control: Controls the Start, Stop and Reset of the Chronograph Display and                             second hand with successive pushing.2. Time/Date Window: Displays Hours / Minutes or Day, Month and Year.3. Chronograph Second Hand: Indicates chronograph seconds.• RUN – Starts the elapsed time display• HLD (hold) – Stops the elapsed time display• RESET – Returns ET display to zero (spring loaded to HLD)4. ET Selector• RUN – starts the elapsed time display• HLD (hold) – stops the elapsed time display.• RESET – returns ET display to zero (spring loaded to HLD).5. Time Control: Sets Time / Date when the time or date selected with Date Control.• RUN – Starts time indicator.• HLD Y (Hold, Year) –     ⁃ Stops time indicator and sets seconds to zero     ⁃ Advances years• SS M (Slow Slew, Month) –     ⁃ Advances minutes     ⁃ Advances months• FS D (Fast Slew, Day) –     ⁃ Advances hours     ⁃ Advances days6. ET/CHR Window: Displays Elapsed Time (hours, minutes) or Chronograph minutes.7. Date Control: Controls the date display with successive pushing.
Display Select Panel(Click Green Background To  Close) 1. Main Panel DUs Selector: Selects what is Displayed on the respective Outboard and                                                  Inboard Display Units      • OUTBD PFD – Displays the compact EFIS format on the Outboard Display unit.     • NORM – Displays Normal EFIS and MAP Displays on the Outboard and Inboard display                       units.      • INBD ENG PRI – Displays the Engine Display on the Inboard Display Unit and the                                     compact EFIS format on the Outboard Display Unit.      • INBD PFD – Displays the compact EFIS format on the Inboard Display Unit. 2. Lower DU Selector: Selects what is Displayed on the Lower Display Unit:     • INOP – Inoperative     • NORM – Displays the Engine Display on the Upper Display Unit and no display on the                       Lower Display Unit.      • ENG PRI – Displays the Engine Display on the Lower Display Unit and blanks the Upper                           Display Unit.
Yaw Damper (Click Green Background To  Close) 1. Pedals: Controls Rudder position & limited nose gear steering up to 7° of center.2. Trim Indicator: Shows units of Rudder Trim.3. Trim Off Flag: Indicates that Rudder Trim Indicator is inoperative.4. Yaw Damper: Indicates main Yaw Damper movement of Rudder.5. Trim Control: Electrically Trims the Rudder in the desired direction.
Autobrakes-Flaps (Scoll)(Click Green Background To  Close) N1 Indications 01. N1 SET Outer Knob:AUTO –• both reference N1 bugs set by FMC based on N1 limit page and takeoff reference page• displays reference N1 bugs at active N1 limit for A/T. BOTH –• both reference N1 bugs and readouts manually set by turning N1 SET inner knob• has no effect on A/T operation.1 or 2 –• respective N1 reference bug and readout manually set by turning N1 SET inner knob• has no effect on A/T operation.02. N1 SET Inner Knob: Rotate – Positions Ref. N1 bug(s) and readouts when N1 SET Outer Knob is set to BOTH, 1, or 2. Fuel Flow 03. Fuel Flow Switch:RESET –• pointer and shading are removed• resets fuel used to zero• displays fuel used momentarily, decreases to zero, then displays fuel flow.RATE – displays fuel flow to engine.USED –• pointer and shading are removed• displays fuel used since last reset• after 10 seconds, display automatically reverts to fuel flow. Speed Reference Selector04. Outer Knob: Sets the reference airspeed bugs on the Mach/airspeed indicator05. Inner Knob: ROTATE –• manually sets the appropriate reference airspeed or gross weight• the digital display appears above the Mach/airspeed indicator. MFD06. ENG Switch: Displays secondary engine indications on lower DU; or if the lower DU is unavailable, on upper or inboard DU based on the position of the display select panel selector07. Cancel/Recall Switch: Push – Cancels or Recalls Autoland Advisory Messages.08. System Switch: Displays hydraulic indications on lower DU;or if the lower DUis unavailable, displays it on upper DU or inboard DU based on the position of the display select panel selector. Autobrake 10. Autobrake Disarm Light:  –Speed Brake lever moved to down detent during RTO or landing. Illuminates (amber)11. Autobrake Select Switch: OFF – Autobrake system deactivated. 1, 2, 3, or MAX –• selects desired deceleration rate for landing • switch must be pulled out to select MAX deceleration. RTO – Automatically applies maximum brake pressure when thrust levers are retarded  to idle at or above 90 knots. Antiskid12. Antiskid Inoperative Light: System fault is detected by Antiskid monitoring system. Illuminates (amber) Flap Position13. Flap Position Indicator: • indicates position of left and right TE flaps • provides TE flaps asymmetry and skew indication. Leading Edge Transit14. Flaps Transit Light: Any Leading Edge device in transit. Illuminates (amber)15. Flaps Extended Light: All LE flaps extended and all LE slats in extended (intermediate) position. END
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Ground Proximity Warning System (GPWS) Controls(Click Green Background To  Close) 1. INOP Light: Indicated GPWS computer malfunction or power loss2. SYS TEST Pb: Push     momentarily on ground:• BELOW G/S and GPWS INOP lights illuminate• TERR FAIL and TERR TEST show on navigation displays• PULL UP and Windshear alerts illuminate• GLIDE SLOPE, PULL UP, and Windshear aurals sound• terrain display test pattern shows on navigation displays• CAUTION TERRAIN aural sounds and TERRAIN caution message shows on ND.     Additional aurals:• radio altitude based alerts• bank angle alert• approach callouts• windshear alert• look ahead terrain alerts system test inhibited in-flight.3. Flap Inhibit Switch: Inhibits ground proximity TOO LOW FLAPS alert.4. Gear Inhibit Switch: Inhibits ground proximity TOO LOW GEAR alert.5. TERR Inhibit Switch: Inhibits look–ahead Terrain alerts and Terrain display.
Standby Meters CLICK
Landing Gear CLICK
Captain’s Clock CLICK
F/O’s Clock CLICK
Captain's DU CLICK
F/O’s DU CLICK
GPWS CLICK
Indicators CLICK
Nose Wheel CLICK
Air CLICK
Captain's Brightness Controls CLICK
F/O's Brightness Controls CLICK
Floods CLICK
Yaw DamperCLICK
Autobrakes & Flaps CLICK
Captain’s Outboard Display CLICK
F/O’s Outboard Display CLICK
Captain’s CDU CLICK
F/O’s CDU CLICK
Upper Display CLICK
Captain’s Inboard Display CLICK
F/O’s Inboard Display CLICK
The Lower Display Unit is usually used as a Spare, and can display whatever the flight crew deems important. Matter of fact, all of theMonitors can be customized to the crew’s Flight Routine.
Captain’s Air Vent
F/O’s Air Vent
SELCAL CLICK
Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS) (Click Green Background To  Close) 01. MINS SELECTOR: has multiple functions:• ROTATE: Increase/Decrease the minimums altitude (Decision Height). • PUSH (for more than half second): Resets the minimums altitude to the standard value (200) and blanks ALT alert if any. • PUSH AND LEFT ROTATE (within half second): Selects radio altitude as minimums reference. • PUSH AND RIGHT ROTATE (within half second): Selects barometric altitude as minimums reference 02. BARO SELECTOR: Has multiple functions: ▫ ROTATE: Adjusts the altimeter barometric altitude setting ▫ PUSH (for more than half second): Resets the altimeter barometric altitude to the “standard setting” which is 29.92 inches Hg or 1013 HPA (see below) ▫ PUSH AND LEFT ROTATE (within half second): Selects Inches Hg reference units for the Barometric altitude. ▫ PUSH AND RIGHT ROTATE (within half second): Selects HPA (Hectopascals) reference units for the Barometric altitude. 03. ND MODE SELECTOR: ◦ ROTATE (4 positions): Selects the indication on the Navigation Display to either APP, VOR, MAP or PLN Mode. ◦ PUSH: Toggle the ND display between "Arc" and “Compass” m odes (full compass rose)  04. ND RANGE SELECTOR: ▪ ROTATE (8 positions): Selects the range in nm (nautical miles) on the Navigation Display when in APP, VOR and MAP mode. ▪ PUSH: Toggle the traffic on Navigation Display (TFC) 05. VOR1/ADF1 SWITCH: Toggles between VOR1 or ADF1 information and bearing on the ND; off when in center position. 06. VOR2/ADF2 SWITCH: Toggles between VOR2 or ADF2 information and bearing on the ND; off when in center position. 07-13: Show / Hide Symbols on Navigation Display. Push shows information symbols while a second push removes them. Symbols affected by ND mode. 14. FPV SWITCH: Toggle on/off flight path vector on PFD 15. MTRS SWITCH: Show/Hide altitude in meters on on PFDjettison of all external stores or symmetrical jettison of fuel tanks.
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CoPilot's Main Annunciator Panel (Click Green Background To  Close) It displays any Fire Warning or Master Caution Lights in the aircraft and the Annunciators directs the Pilot toward the problem area concerned.  The system Annunciators (shown below) are arranged such that the Cautions are in the same orientation as the Overhead panel.
Mode Control Panel (MCP) (Click Green Background To  Close) 01. COURSE DISPLAY: Show the VOR Course selected on NAV1 radio. Default value when creating a new flight is “000”. 02. COURSE SELECTOR: Select Course for VOR1. Value is shown on Course Display and on EHSI “Electronic Horizontal Situation Indicator” of instrument Main panel.03. MASTER FCC INDICATOR A (MA): On 737 indicates which of the two FCC is the Master. The Master FCC is defined by the activation sequence of F/D switches or CMD buttons.04. F/D FLIGHT DIRECTOR SWITCH: Activates the Flight Director (F/D). Flight Director displays the magenta “command bar” in the EADI indicator “Electronic Attitude Direction Indicator”05. A/T (AUTO THROTTLE) SWITCH: (ARM) the Auto Throttle (A/T) system. The A/T moves the thrust levers to maintain the speed selected on IAS/MACH display or commanded by FMC/CDU.06. AUTO THROTTLE INDICATOR: On when A/T switch is in “ARM” position, blink when in automatic disconnect.07. IAS/MACH DISPLAY: Show commanded speed in Knots or Mach number. 08. IAS/MACH SELECTOR: Select the commanded speed on “IAS/MACH” display. If VNAV mode is active (Project Magenta), “IAS/MACH” display will be off and selector will not operate.09. IAS/MACH “c/o” SWITCH: Allow manual exchange between Knot and Mach format; when altitude exceeds 26000 Feet the indicator automatically goes to “MACH” display.10. N1 MODE SWITCH: N1 Mode set the engines thrust to N1 limits value. 11. SPEED MODE SWITCH: engage engines thrust control to hold selected speed set on “IAS/MACH” display. To engage SPEED mode the Auto Throttle switch have to be in “ARM” position.12. LVL CHG MODE SWITCH: LVL CHG Mode coordinate pitch and thrust so that the aircraft can reach the selected altitude maintaining selected speed.13. VNAV MODE SWITCH: VNAV Mode controls pitch and thrust to follow the vertical profile settled by FMC/CDU for each flight phase. 14. HEADING DISPLAY: Displays selected heading used in HDG SEL Mode.15. HEADING SELECTOR: Sets heading in HEADING display. Selected route is also shown by a magenta bug on EHSI.16. HDG SEL MODE SWITCH: Engages the Heading Select Mode and command roll to follow heading selected on heading display. 17. BANK ANGLE SELECTOR: Manual bank limit selector is not simulated.18. LNAV MODE SWITCH: Engage/Disengage Lateral Navigation Mode. LNAV mode controls the horizontal flight path to intercept and to maintain the route set in the FMC/CDU active flight plan.19. VOR LOC MODE SWITCH: Engage/Disengage the VOR LOC Mode. VOR LOC Mode controls the horizontal flight path to intercept and to maintain a VOR radial (or localizer) set on the Course display. 20. APP MODE SWITCH: Engage/Disengage the Approach Mode. Approach Modes flies the aircraft to intercept and maintain the ILS path during the final approach.21. ALTITUDE DISPLAY: Show selected altitude.22. ALTITUDE SELECTOR: Allow you to select an altitude on the “ALTITUDE” display. Selectable range is 0 to 50000ft with step of 100 ft.23. ALT HLD MODE SWITCH: Engage/Disengage Altitude Hold Mode.24. VERT SPEED DISPLAY: Show the Vertical Speed value selected to control aircraft during the altitude changes.25. VERT SPEED SELECTOR: Set Vertical speed in “VERT SPEED” display. Range is -6000 to +6000fpm (feet per minute). 26. V/S MODE SWITCH: Engage/Disengage Vertical Speed Mode. V/S Mode controls the ascension speed during altitude changes.27. AUTOPILOT ENGAGE SWITCHES CMD A & B: These buttons engages/disengage the autopilot. 28. AUTOPILOT CWS A and B ENGAGE SWITCHES: CWS A and B buttons may be assigned to other functions through the configuration program.29. AUTOPILOT DISENGAGE BAR: Pushing down the disengage lever will cause both A/P to automatically disengage. Switch must be in ARM position (lever up) to enable the A/P for engagement.30. FLIGHT DIRECTOR (RIGHT) SWITCH: Activate the Command bar on “First Officer” PFD. 31. MASTER FCC INDICATOR B (MA): see #3.32. COURSE DISPLAY (RIGHT): Show the VOR Course selected on NAV2 radio. 33. COURSE SELECTOR (RIGHT): Select Course for VOR2. Correct course is displayed on the “First Officer” sides ND.
Pilot's Main Annunciator Panel (Click Green Background To  Close) It displays any Fire Warning or Master Caution Lights in the aircraft and the Annunciators directs the Pilot toward the problem area concerned.  The system Annunciators (shown below) are arranged such that the Cautions are in the same orientation as the Overhead panel.
Captain's EFIS CLICK
CoPilot's EFIS CLICK
Mode Control Panel CLICK
Annunciator PanelClick
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Annunciator PanelClick