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StephDH
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Ground Service Connection Data

Tue Mar 24, 2020 3:43 pm

Hi every one!
I would like to know which kind of quick disconnect for CRJ (200, 700, 900 & 1000) is needed for our hydraulic ground support equipment? I've heard that is the same for the 4 of us but not sure. Someone gave me the following : AE99147E, AE99118G and AE99147J but don't know if it's aircraft connection or hydraulic ground support equipment?
Thanks in advance for your help :)
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Re: Ground Service Connection Data

Tue Mar 24, 2020 6:59 pm

Do you have the AMM or Ground Servicing Manual? An anonymous forum is not the place for these technical questions.

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Re: Ground Service Connection Data

Tue Mar 24, 2020 8:48 pm

Any company doing the maintenance or sale of ground power units will be able to tell and sell you that. If you have to ask online, you're not ready to do it in-house.
 
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Re: Ground Service Connection Data

Wed Mar 25, 2020 1:12 am

StephDH wrote:
Hi every one!
I would like to know which kind of quick disconnect for CRJ (200, 700, 900 & 1000) is needed for our hydraulic ground support equipment? I've heard that is the same for the 4 of us but not sure. Someone gave me the following : AE99147E, AE99118G and AE99147J but don't know if it's aircraft connection or hydraulic ground support equipment?
Thanks in advance for your help :)


Have you tried asking the aircraft OEM?
 
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Re: Ground Service Connection Data

Thu Apr 02, 2020 4:53 pm

Hi....A key point is that neutral conductors can be switched as long as it is achieved at the same time as the phase(s) conductor, protective conductors cannot be switched. The reasons do not need explanation.

Decide whether this "functional earth" (whatever it is) is a protective conductor or not, then go from there.
 
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Re: Ground Service Connection Data

Thu Apr 02, 2020 5:55 pm

HastyCroke wrote:
Hi....A key point is that neutral conductors can be switched as long as it is achieved at the same time as the phase(s) conductor, protective conductors cannot be switched. The reasons do not need explanation.

Decide whether this "functional earth" (whatever it is) is a protective conductor or not, then go from there.

If you have a phase wire on your hydraulic disconnect, you're going to have a bad time
 
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Re: Ground Service Connection Data

Thu Apr 02, 2020 6:17 pm

StephDH wrote:
Hi every one!
I would like to know which kind of quick disconnect for CRJ (200, 700, 900 & 1000) is needed for our hydraulic ground support equipment? I've heard that is the same for the 4 of us but not sure. Someone gave me the following : AE99147E, AE99118G and AE99147J but don't know if it's aircraft connection or hydraulic ground support equipment?
Thanks in advance for your help :)


Have a look at page 78 of this

https://customer.aero.bombardier.com/we ... 0APMR8.pdf

It lists the on aircraft and corresponding ground equipment connectors. They should have the others published as well, just look for “ crj200 airport planning manual “ etc
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