System Integration

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What does the fuel selector lever control?
The flow of fuel from the boost pumps to the engine driven fuel pumps
What arms the fire extinguisher system?
The fire T handles
Where is the pedal adjuster located?
On the outboard side of the glare shields
What does the pedal adjuster do?
Allows adjustment of the rudder pedals
What is the tail wheel lock switch used for?
To electrically lock and unlock the tail wheel
Where is the standby magnetic compass located?
On the center windshield support above the glare shield
What does the standby magnetic compass do?
Gives a heading reference relative to magnetic north
What does the rotor brake do?
It uses hydraulic pressure to stop and hold the rotor blades for extended periods
What does the collective stick do?
It changes the pitch of the aircraft allowing for an increase or decrease in lift
What controls the helicopter heading by changing the angle of the tail rotor paddles?
Tail rudder pedals
How many circuit breaker panels are located in the cockpit section?
Five
Where is the cargo hook located?
The well area of the cabin floor
What is the cargo hook handling capability for the MH60S aircraft?
8000 pounds
What is the cargo hook handling capability for the MH60R aircraft?
6000 pounds
Where is the rescue hoist located?
Above the starboard side cabin door
What is the load capacity of the rescue hoist?
600 pounds
Where is the rescue hoist backup control panel located on the MH60S aircraft?
Starboard side cabin bulkhead behind the cabin door opening
What does the main gearbox chip detector do?
Attracts metal particles inside the main gearbox to show wear
Where are the auxiliary fuel tank receptacles located?
Aft cabin bulkhead
What do the auxiliary fuel tank receptacles do?
Allow for transfer of fuel from auxiliary tank to the main fuel cells during fuel transfer
How many fire extinguishers are in the cabin?
Two
What does HIFR stand for?
Helicopter In Flight Fueling Receptacle
Where is the HIFR located on the MH60S aircraft?
Starboard side cabin door frame
What is the HIFR designed for?
To allow ship to air refueling
Where is the HIFR located on the MH60R aircraft?
On top of the starboard side fuel cell
What changes the angle of all four blades at the same time increasing or decreasing lift?
The collective stick (left hand side by seat)
What changes the angle of one blade at a time, allowing the aircraft to roll left or right, pitch up or down?
The Cyclic stick (in front of you)
What changes the heading of the aircraft?
The rudder pedals (at your feet)