|Quoting HAWK21M (Thread starter):|
What are the Types [Amperage wise & Colour coding wise] used on the Circuit Breaker [CB] panel of a Modern Commercial Aircraft.
|Quoting MD11Engineer (Reply 7):|
At Shannon Aerospace during heavy maintenance checks each team had differently coloured locking collars with little "Remove before flight" flags, e.g. Avionics = blue, Cabin = black, Engines = red etc. .
This way, if a C/B was left pulled at the end of the check, you could easily approach whoever put them there
|Quoting 320tech (Reply 8):|
On the A320 series, most breakers are black, but some are green. Green ones are monitored, and will display a message on the ECAM if pulled / popped. It doesn't specify which breaker, but gives a number of rows. Can't remember the exact wording of the message, but it's something like "C/B Popped Rows P-R".
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