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MBB-Bolkow
BO 105
Pilot’s Checklist

Section Toele _

General Information

Title Page
Manufacturer’s Introduction
Record of Revisions
Record of Temporary Revisions
Letter of Transmittal (Highlights of Changes)

Part 1 Normal Procedures


List of Effective Pages
Preflight Check
Exterior Check
Interior Check
Before Starting Engine
Starting Engine
Pre-Take-Off
Preflight Check Before NAV- and IFR-Flights
Hover
Hover Checks Before IFR´•Flights
Engine Shutdown
Servicing Tables
Servicing Tables
Range Charts
Range Charts
Range Charts
Range Charts
Maximum Gross Weight
Maximum Gross Weight
Conversion Tables

01/03/2002 Copyright Aircraft Technical Publishers Page lof 2

BK 0101 PS)
Section Topic

Avionic Check List

Part 2 Emergency Procedures


List of Effective Pages
Single Engine Failure (HV-Diagram)
Double Engine Failure (HV-Diagram)
Engine Failure
Single Engine Shut-Down
Single Engine Landing
Airstart
Autorotative Landing
Landing in Trees
Ditching
Ditching
Tail Rotor Failure
Fire
System Emergencies
Freewheel Slippage
Trim System Failure
Hydraulic System Failure
Electrical SystemFailure
Failure in flee System with Emergency DC Bus Bar
Battery Failure
Mag Plug Illumination

End of Index

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BK 0101 PS
IVI FG I

INTRO
RECORD OF REVISIBNS

MFG REV
NO DESCRIPTION ISSUEDATE ATPREVDA INSERTED BY

1 6/1 983 6/8/1 984 AVP/EP

2 Pilot’s Checklist (Emergency Procedures) 12/1983 5/15/1991 ATP/ES

3 IPilot’s Checklist (Normal Procedures) 8/13/1991 12/1/1991 ATP/ES


RECORD OF TEMPORARY REVISIONS

TEMP ATP REV INSERTED DATE REV REMOVED


REV NO DESCRIPTION ISSUE DATE DATE BY REMOVED BY
MBB HELICOPTERS
CHECKLIST BO 105

To: All holders of BO 105 PILOT’S CHECKLIST

CHANGE INSTRUCTION

PILOT’S CHECKLIST

NORMAL PROCEDURES

Revision No. 2. August 13. 1991

Chawe Procedure:

i. Remove/insert all pages affected by this revision


with the aid of "List of effective pages".

2. Destroy all non-effective pages to prevent their


Inadvertend use.

Page 1 of i
Aug 91
8464.1
MBB HELICOPTERS
CHECKLIST 80 105

FORMORD

CONTENT: This check list consists of two parts:

I
Part I NORMAL PROCEDURES
(Includtng Preflight
and Avionic pages)

Part II EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

Flight Manual and Operation Manual

This check list does not replace the current Flight


Manual and/or Operation Manual. The limitations and
restrictions of section 2 and 5 of the approved Flight
Manual are mandatory and should be observed carefully.

Concurrency

The latest edition of the approved Flight Manual always


has priority over the check list.

Published by:

Messerschmitt-Boelkow-Blohm GmbH
Hubschrauber und Flugzeuge
Technische Dokumentation i HE 31
Postfach 801160
0-8000 Muenchen 80

N-B Aug 91
8A115.15
BO 105
Pilot’s Checklist

Normal Procedures
~._

HELICOPTERS
CHECKLIST BO 105

LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES

The part NORMAL PROCE~URES consists of the follonlng


pages:

Page No. Issue date


1

Title

N-A Aug 91

N-B Aug 91

N-l thru N-7 Aug 91

N-7A thru N-7G Aug 91

N-8 June 83

N-9 thru N-12 July 82

N-13 Aug 91

N-14 Aug 91

N-15 thru N-28 July 82

Avionics pages July 82


as required

N-A Aug 91
BA115.16
MBB HELICOPTERS
CHECKLIST 80 105

PREFLIGHT CHECK

General

The preflight check shall be accomplished, at the


latest,before the first flight of the day and accor-
ding to either the Flight Manual, the Maintenance Manual
or the Pilot’s Checklist.

The prefllght check is not a detailed mechanical in-


spection, but essentially a visual check of the heli-
copter for correct condition.

Items with an asterisk(*) need to be checked each flight


before takeoff.

When unusual local conditions dictate, the extent and


frequency of this check shall be increased as necessary
to promote safe operation.

NOTE o The following list contains only check items


for the clean configuration.

o In addition to these items, check antennas


and all installed optional equipment.

o For optional equipment check items refer to


the respective Flight Manual Supplement.

N-l Aug 91
BA115.13

I´•~ ’i
MBB HELICOPTERS
CHECKLIST BO 105 Preflight
Check
Exterior Check
Check
The exterior check Is laid out as a walk- around check,
starting forward right at the pilot’s door,proceeding
clockwise to the tall boom, to the left hand side
(Including the upper and loner areas of the heltcop-
ter) and being completed at the helicopter nose area.

Before starting the exterior check ensure following:

The helicopter should be headed into


the wind before starting engines.

The area around the helicopter should be


clear of all foreign objects.

To avoid excessive drain on the helicopter


battery, particularly during cold weather,
all ground operations should be conducted
using an external power unit(EPU).

When the battery Is used, the operation of


electrical equipment should be kept to
a minimum.

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i. Fuselage- Right Side 4. Cabin Top


2. Tail Boom 5. Nose Area
3. Fuselage- Left Side

N-2 Aug 91
BA115.14
HELICOPTERS
CHECKLIST BO 105

EXTERIOR CHECK

Helicopter forms Check, complete


and documents

Fuselage underslde Condition, no fuel


leaks

Each fuel tank (3) Drain sample

NOTE Measure fuel temperature when OAT has been


above 40"C or below -32"C. Determine fuel type
to be used and/or limit the operating altitude
in accordance with Section 2.

f Covers and tie downs Removed

Ice and snow (if any) Removed

~r Ground handling wheels Removed

Cockpit

All switches Off

Power levers OFF

Circuit breakers As required

Battery switch On

Voltmeter indication 24 VDC nominal

NOTE If EPU is available, switch battery off and


use EPU power to accomplish the following:

Pitot tube heating Function

Lighting:

Position lights Function

Anti-collision lights Function

Landing light(s) Function

N-3 Aug 91
BA115.1
HELICOPTERS
CHECKLIST BO 105

Before Night Flights:

Dome and Instrument Function


lights

Utility lamp Function

Hand lamp Function

Battery switch Off

Hand fire extinguisher On board, check


pressure

Flashlight On board, function

First aid kit (if installed On board


here)

Fuselage Right Ride

Cockpit overhead window Condition

OAT indicator probe Condition

Cockpit door Condition, function,


jettison handle
secured

Pilot seat and safety belts Condition

f Static port Clean, unobstructed

f Pitot tube(s) Condition, clean,


unobstructed

Landing gear and step Condition

Cabin door Condition, function

f Baggage, cargo, loose items Stowed, secured

Passenger seats and Condition


seat belts

~r Transmission compartment No foreign objects,


no leakage, free of
ice/snow

Oil cooler No leakage

N-4’ Aug 91
BA115.2
MBB HELICOPTERS
CHECKLIST BO 105

f Engine oil levels Above ADD OIL mark

Engine oil tanks Security of mounting,


no leakage, filler

caps secured

3( Transmission oil level Above MIN mark

Transmission Condition, security


of mounting, no

leakage, filler cap


closed

f Engine air intake Condition, no dirt,


no foreign objects,
free of ice/snow

Compressor Rotate by hand, check


for smooth rotation

Transmission access door Closed, secured

3( Engine compartment No foreign objects,


no fuel/oil leakage

f Engine compartment venti- Clear


lation air intake

Engine General condition

Wiring, linkages and lines Condition, no leak-


age, no chafing

Engine mounts Condition, security

N1-governor and connections Security of mounting

Starter/Generator Security of mounting

N-5 Aug 91
BA115.3
HELICOPTERS
CHECKLIST BO 105

Engine access door Closed, secured

Drain and vent ports Clear

Battery (when installed Condition, no


here) electrolyte spillage,
security of mounting

Battery connectors (2) Connected

Battery vents Clear

Battery compartment Closed, secured


door

Engine cowling Secured

Engine exhaust pipe Condition, security

Fuselage exterior General condition

Clam shell doors Condition, function


and latches

First aid kit On board


(when installed here)

Avionics tin avionics Security of mounting


equipment bay)

Baggage, cargo, loose items Stowed, secured

Avionics bay door Closed

f Clam shell doors Closed, secured

Spoiler Condition

3: Tail boom exterior RH Condition-

Tall- rotor driveshaft Secured


fairing

Brain ports Clear

N-6 Aug 91
BA115.4
MBB HELICOPTERS
CHECKLIST BO 105

f HF wire antenna from Only applicable If


H.R.Smlth with retaining SE 105-80-101 is not
caps made of plastic carried out:
Check retaining caps
(attachlng the antenna
cable to the brackets)
for security of moun-
ting, tighten if nec-
essary

3( RH horizontal and vertical Condition


stabilizer, position light
(green)

Vertical fin, position light Condition


(whlte), anti-collision light

Vertical fin cowllng Secured

f Tall rotor Condition

PU Erosion-protective film Condition, no


(If fitted) separation

~r Intermediate gearbox Oil level, no leakage

f Tall-rotor gearbox Condition, oil level,


no leakage

WOTE 011 levels may be easier to verify by grasping


tail skid and shortly shaking tail boom

f Intermediate gearbox access Closed, secured


door (If installed)

Tail skid Condition

f LH horizontal and vertical Condition


stabilizer, position light
(red>

Tall boom exterior LH Condition

f Tail- rotor drlveshaft Secured


fairing

Drain ports Clear

N-7 Aug 91
BA115.5
MBB HELICOPTERS
CHECKLIST BO 105

Fuselage Lett Side

f Fuel filler cap Closed, secured

Drain and vent ports Clear

~r Fuselage exterior Condition

Engine exhaust pipe Condition, security

Engine cowling Secured

Engine compartment No foreign objects,


no fuel/oil leakage

f Engine compartment Clear


ventilation air intake

Engine General condition

Wiring, linkages and lines Condition, no


leakage, no chafing

Engine mounts Condition, security

N2-governor and actuator Condition, security


of mounting

Starter/Generator Security of mounting

f Engine access door Closed, secured

f Hydraulic compartment No foreign objects,


ho leakage, free of
ice/snow

f Hydraulic system No leakage

Area between hydraulic Free of ice/snow


module and XMSN floor,
especially control rod
bellows

Water drain ports Clear

Hydraulic filter clogging Check in


indicator pins (4)

Hydraulic reservoir oil Above FILL mark


levels

INIR 8A115.6
Aug 91
MBB HELICOPTERS
CHECKLIST BO 105

3 Service fitting caps Installed, secured

Transmission Condition, security


of mountingi no
leakage

3 Engine air intake Condition, no dirt,


no foreign objects,
free of ice/snow

Compressor Rotate by hand, check


for smooth rotation

3 Hydraulic compartment Closed, secured


access door

Main rotor Rotate by hand in


direction of
rotation, check for
smooth rotation

3 Rotor hub oil level Between MIN and MAX


marks

3 Rotor blades Condition

3 Rotor blade attachment bolts Secured

PU Erosion-protective film Condition, no


(if fitted) separation

3 Driving link assy, mixing Condition, secured


lever assy

3
Rotating control rods Condition, free
movement, secured

Rotating control rod Smooth operation


spherical bearings

Swashplate and boot Condition, secured

Pendulum absorbers Condition, free


(if installed) movement

3 Air intake Condition, no foreign

objects, free of
ice/snow

IN-7B BA115.7
Aug 91
MBB HELICOPTERS
CHECKLIST BO 105

Engine inlet deflector Condition, no foreign


shield (if installed) objects

Cockpit overhead window Condition

Cabin door Condition, function

Baggage, cargo, loose items Stowed, secured

Passenger seats and Condition


seat belts

Fuel vent Clear

Landing gear and step Condition

Static port Clean, unobstructed

Cockpit door Condition, function,


jettison handle secured

Copilot cyclic stick Secured, safety-wired


(if Installed)

Copilot collective lever Secured


(if installed)

Copilot seat Condition


and safety belts

For single- pilot flights:

Copilot safety belts Stowed

Nose Area

Windshields Condition

Battery (when installed Condition, no


here) electrolyte spillage,
security of mounting

Battery connectors (2) Connected

Battery vents Clear

N-7C Aug 91
BA115.8
HELICOPTERS
CHECKLIST BO 105

Nose compartment No foreign objects

f Nose compartment door Closed, secured

Cockpit air intake screens Clear

Drain ports Clear

Lower cockpit windows Condition

Fuselage bottom Condition

Anti-collision light Condition

Landing light(s) Condition

INTERIOR CHECK

Seat and pedals Adjust

f Safety belts Fasten, adjust

f Shoulder harness locks Function

f Instrument Panel

All Instruments Check and set

f Switch panel

Emergency fuel shutoff Guarded


swltthes

Circuit breakers As required

All switches Off

COMM/NAV equipment Off

3( Overhead Panel

Power levers OFF

All switches Off

Circuit breakers As required

1.N-7D BA115.9
Aug 91
HELICOPTERS
CHECKLIST BO 105

f Collective lever panel

All switches Off

Pre-etarl check

f Battery switch On

NOTE For EPU starts:

Battery switch Off

EPU Connected

EPU OW caution light On

f Voltmeter indication Nominal values:


battery 24 V,
EPU 24V/28V

~r Warning/caution lights Test

Mast moment indicator Test

f Fuel quantity indicator Check readings

f Fuel pumps (4) Function

f Cyclic stick lock Stowed


(if fitted)

~t: Collective lever lock Release

Flight controls Check for freedom of


movement, full travel

Hvdr override (HY BLOCK) Check function

NOTE To achieve correct results, cyclic´•stick must


be moved exactly along the longitudinal and
lateral axes of the helicopter.

Collective lever Raise slightly

Hydraulic test snitch RESET and release

HY BLOCK warning light Check off

I N-7E
BA115.10
Aug 91
MBB HELICOPTERS
CHECKLIST BO 105

Collective lever Raise until HY BLOCK


warning light comes

on, then lower


slightly and release

Hydraulic test switch RESET and release

HY BLOCK warning light Check off

Collective lever Lower until HY BLOCK


warning light comes

on, then raise


slightly and release

Hydraulic test switch RESET and release

HY BLOCK warning light Check off

Cyclic stick Move forward and


release

HY BLOCK warning light Check on

Hydraulic test switch RESET and release

HY BLOCK warning light Check off

Each remaining cyclic Check as above


control direction

Collective lever Full down

Collective lever lock Engage

3: HY BLOCK warning light Check on

Aug 91
BA115.11
HELICOPTERS
CHECKLIST BO 105

Trim actuator limit switches Check function:

NOTE Make certain that trim actuators switch off at


their limits and that cyclic stick full travel
is still guaranteed.

Cyclic stick Trim full forward


until actuator
audibly stops

Check for full


fore/aft travel

Each remaining cyclic Check as above


control direction

~r Cyclic stick Trim neutral

Cyclic stick lock Engage


(if fitted)

N-7G Aug 91
BA115.12
BO 105
CHECKLIST

BEFORE STARTING ENGINE

Interior
II. Fire guard (if available) Posted
Check

2. Rotor area Clear


Starting
3. Anti-collision light ON Engines

4. TOT below 1500C Check, otherwise


venti late

5. Fuel supply pumps ON

STARTING ENGINE

Starting first engine

1. Ignition ON

2. Starter START

(start clock)
3. N1-RPM increase Monitor

After reaching N1-RPM of:

OAT Below -180C Below +70C Above +70C

N1-RPM 12 13 15

4A. Power lever

(CECO fuel control) Advance slowly to

IDLE (Trim start)


48. Power lever

(BENDIX fuel control) Move to IDLE

5. TOT indication Monitor

TOT 7930C to 9270C for max. 10 s

(ALLISON 250-C20)
TOT 8100C to 9270C for max. 10 s

(ALLISON 250-C20B)

6. Oil pressure, positive indication Check, otherwise


shut down engine
(cont’d)

N-8 June 83

(CLE-10)
MBB BO 105
CHECKLIST

STARTING ENGINE (cont’d)

7. NE/Rotor-RPM increase Monitor

8. Starter button at 58 N1 Release

9. Starter warning light


(if installed) Check off

I NOTE I The engine start is completed at stabilized


’N1-RPM of 59 90 to 65 90.
25 to 60 seconds after starter-engagement the
starting procedure is normally completed.

10. Ignition Off

11. Generator, above 40% Rotor-RPM On

12. Cyclic stick Unlock and

trim neutral

13. Cyclic stick lock Secure

14. Collective pitch Unlock

15. Hydraulic system 2 Check (watch


mastmoment)
16. Hydraulic cross-over Check

17. Hydraulic system 1 Check (watch


mastmoment)
18. Collective pitch Lock

Starting second engine


On battery start wait until ammeter is
i NOTE I
below 100 amps.

To start second engine, repeat the procedures


STARTING FIRST ENGINE till point 11.

1CLCICCL~rrtlN CASE OF FREEWHEELING SLIPPAGE (see


i CAUTION
-FLM 3.21 and 4.1.1) SHUT DOWN ENGINE

IMMEDIATELY

On EPU-start, after starting second engine:


19. Battery switch ON

20. EPU Check disconnected

N-9 July 82
(CLE-11)
BO 105
CHECKLIST

PRE-TAKE-OFF

Before NAV- and IFR-flights continue with


I NOTE ETONI I
"PREFLIGHT CHECK BEFORE NAV- AND

IFR- FLIGHTS"

1. Radios and Nav.-equipment On and check


Pre T/O
according to
Before NAV-
AVIONIC CHECK LIST
and IFR
2. All other instruments and
Hover
equipment Check and set

3. Fuel main pumps (2) On

4. All warning lights Off

I NOTE ETONI i
OIL COOL-warning light (SB 60-37 only)
latest at point 5.

5. Power levers Full forward

6. N2-RPM 98 trim

7. Torque Synchronize
8. Doors Check closed

9. Collective pitch Unlock

PREFLIGHT CHECK BEFORE NAV- AND IFR-FLIGHTS

Check all navigation- and communication-


I NOTE ETONI I

systems in the following sequence according to

the AVIONIC CHECK LIST or manufacturers

instructions.

1. All navigation- and communi-

cation-systems On

2. SAS or Helipilot-system
(if installed) On

3. Altimeter 1 and 2 Compare


4. Radar altimeter Check and set

(contld)

N-10 July 82
(CLE-12)
BO 105
CHECKLIST

PREFLIGHT CHECK BEFORE NAV- AND IFR-FLIGHTS (cont’d)

5. Communication control system Check

6. VHF Comm. 1 and 2 Check

7. VHF Nav. 1 and 2 Check and set

8. DME Check

9. Marker beacon-system Check

10. ADF-system Check

11. Transponder Check

12. Gyrosin compass system Check, compare


with mag.comp.

13. Horizon 1 and 2 Check and set

14. Emerg. bus bar function Check

15. Additional NAV-aids Check and set

16. SAS or Helipilot-system


(if installed) Check

17. Continue at point 2 of the

normal PRE-TAKE-OFF check

MOVER

1. N2-RPM 100 adjust


2. Torque Synchronize
3. Instruments Check

4. Warning lights Off

After intermediate stop (power lever IDLE)


I NOTE I
proceed with PRE-TAKE-OFF.

MOVER CHECKS BEFORE IFR-FLIGHTS

1. Left and right turn Check proper deflec-

tion of GYRO- and

MAG. COMPASS

(contld)

N-ll July 82
(CLE-13)
MBB 80-105
CHECKLIST

MOVER CHECKS BEFORE IFR-FLIGHTS (cont’d)

2. Horizon 1 and 2 Check

3. Variometer Check

In the event of switching over to cabin static


I NOTE LTON1 1
pressure during IFR-flight, the altimeter-

correction to be applied is shown in the table

in FLM 3.17.

ENGINE SHUTDOWN Engine


Shutdown

Decelerat.
1. Collective pitch Lock
Check

2. Power levers IDLE (start clock)


3. Cyclic stick trim neutral Lock

4. All navigation- and

communication systems

and all non-essential consumers OFF

After 2 min IDLE:

5. Fuel pumps (4) OFF

6. Power levers OFF

TO ASSURE CUTOFF, MOVE THE POWER


CAUTION
L__----,--l "OFF"
LEVERS TO THE FULL POSITION,

MONITOR TOT AND N?-RPM DROP.

7. Generators (2) OFF

8. Rotor brake (beiow 50


Rotor-RPM) Apply
9. If necessary, circuit breakers

and switches Off

10. Battery switch OFF

1 After intermediate stop (power lever OFF)


I NOTEJNOTE
proceed with BEFORE STARTING ENGINE.

N-12 July 82
(CLE-’II)
HELICOPTERS
CHECKLIST BO 105

DECELERATION CHECK (after last flight of each day


during shutdown separate for each engine)

i. Both power levers in Check


FLIGHT position

2. Collective pitch Lock

3. Cyclic stick Trim neutral

4. Generators (2) OFF

5. NZ-RPM (Bendlx- 100~ stabilize


Fuel Controls only) for 15 s

6. Power levers (LH or Snap to IDLE (start


RH for separate dece- clock)
leration check)

7. Corresp.N1-needle Monitor (stop clock)


passing 65"/.

NOTE Minimum allowable deceleration time is 2 s

(see FLM 4.9.1.)

8. Continue with ENGINE SHUTDOWN point 3.

N-13 Aug 91
BA115.17
HELICOPTERS
CHECKLIST BO 105

Intentionally left blank

N-14 Aug 91
BAi15.18
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SERVICE WITH CAPACITY INDICATION
SYSTEM LOCATION ANO ACCESS

Engine Allison 250-618 RH Main transmission HIL-L-2369I) 4.5 Liters each Sight gauge on

MIL-L-7B08 F. G (1.2 US Gal.) reservoir


or 250-020 or 250-0208 comp.

Main rotor trans- RH Main transmission MIL-L-23699 10.3 Liters Sight gauge on
(2.7 VS Gal.) transmission
mission comp.

Intermediate gear Fin bottom MIL-L-23699 0.59 Liters Sight gauge on

(0.2 US Gal.) gearbox

Tail rotor gear Tail rotor MiL-L-23699 0.63 Liters Sight gauge on

(0.2 US Ga!.) gearbox

nIL-L-23s99 1.8 Liters Sight gaupe on


C) i
Rotor head Ro~or head
-1 (0.5 US Gal.) hub
I(P
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Rotor brake RH Main transmission MIL-L-29699 0.25 Liters Transparent
ID
(0.1 US Gal.) renerv.lr n
cone. m
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LH Rain transmirsion HIL-H-5606 O.B Liters each OipstlcL on
Hydraulic
(0.2 US Gal.) reservoir

in
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Fuel tank LH Fuselage MIL-T-5624 JP4 or JP5 570 Liters Gauge
ASTM-D-1655 Jet A,A-1,B (150.5 US Gal.) instrument
(125.4 IHP Gal.) panel

air 3.5 ~g/cm2 (50 psi) Portable pressure


Ground handling Tire pressure Compressed
wheels gauge

fluid 0.12 Liters Clark on reservoir


Hydraulic cylinder Hydraulic
(0.03 US Gal.)

Fresh rater with mild soap; then Fakopol or Plexiklar


Windows Cockpit and cabin a

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SPECIFICATION BP ESSO FINA MOBIL SHELL I NATO
FLUID,FUEL

HIL-L-23699 Turbo Oil 2380 Jet II Turbine Oil 500 0-156


Oil
MIL-L-7808 F.G Aero Turb. Oil 15 Turbo Oil 2389 Avrex 5 Turbo 256 Turbine Oil 307 0-148

Hydr.Fluid HIL-H-5606 Aero Hydraulic 1 Univis J 43 or Aero HFA Fluid 4 H-515


Univis J 13

MIL-T-5624
JP 4 JP 4 ATG Turbo Fuel B JP 4 AVTAG Jet B JP 4 AVTAG F-40
JP 5 JP 5 AVCAT 48 Turbo Fuel 5 JP 5 AVCAT 48 JP 5 AVCAT F-44

Fuel
ASTM-D-1655
-I Jet A Jet A I TurboFuelA AVTUR 40 Jet A Turbine Fuel 640 F-30
o,
Jet A-i ATK Turbo Fuel A-i AVTUR 50 Jet A-i Turbine Fuel 650 F-35 I m
rr
Jet B ATG Turbo Fuel B JP 4 AVTAG Jet B Turbine Fuel JP 4 (F-40) m[P
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Alternate MIL-G-5572C AVGAS 80/87 F-12 m
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fuel AVGAS 100 L r
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EXPLANATION:
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Fuel density for JP 4 0.78 kg/Ltr MIL Military Specification O =Oil
Fuel density for JP 5 0.81-0.83 Lg/Ltr ASTR Anerican Society for Testing Materials H Hydraulic fluid
Fuel density for AVGAS 0.69 kg/Ltr ATG Aviation Turbine Gasoline JP Jet Petrol
ATI( Aviation Turbine Kerosine F =Fuel
Lubricating oil density 0.89 ~g/Ltr Fuels loarLed with an asterisk usually contain anti-icing additives.
Hydraulic fluid density 0.86 kg/Ltr

Also refer to Allison 250 CSL 2 and 1002 Oils


Also refer to Allison 250 CSL 3 and 1003 Fuels

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RANGE CHART
ALTITUDE: MSL, ISA; no Wind
460 kg Fuel, No Reserve, Anti-icing OFF
2 x Allison 250-020

Gross Weight 1700 kg (3748 Ib) Gross Weight 2300 kg (5071 Ib)
KIAS NM km KIAS NM km
n,
rr I m
20 70 130 20 65 120 mm
(P
30 115 213 r)
30 100 185 ,m
40 155 287 40 140 259 rO
w
50 195 360 50 175 324 v,
o
60 230 425 60 215 398 rn

70 265 490 70 250 462


80 290 537 1 1 80 275 509
90 315 583 90 295 546
100 325 610 100 310 574
110 325 610 110 310 574
120 320 592 120 305 564
130 300 555 130 297 550

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pot
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RANGE CHART
ALTITUDE: MSL, ISA; no Wind
460.kg Fuel, No Reserve, Anti-icing OFF
2 x Allison 250-0208

Gross Weight 1700 kg (3748 Ib) Gross Weight 2300 kg (5071 Ib)

KIAS NM km KIAS NM km

-1
20 80 148 20 70 130 o 3
rr Im
30 120 225 30 100 185 mm
n,
40 160 300 40 140 260 r,
z r
50 200 370 50 180 335 iO
o

p
60 235 435 1 1 60 215 400 v,
70 265 495 70 245 455 ~8
80 290 540 80 270 500
90 310 575 90 295 550
100 325 605 100 310 575
110 330 615 110 315 585
120 320 595 120 310 575
130 300 560 130 295 550

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RANGE CHART
ALTITUDE: 5000 ft ISA, no wind
460 kg Fuel, No Reserve, Anti-icing OFF
2 x Allison 250-020

Gross Weight 1700 kg (3748 Ib) Gross Weight 2300 kg (5071 Ib)

KIAS NM km KIAS NM km
-I o~
20 80 148 20 65 120 Im
rr
30 125 232 mm
co 30 105 194
40 170 315 40 145 m
z 268 x
o 50 220 407 so 185
r0
342
v,
Cn 60 270 500 60 225 416
70 310 574 70 265 491
80 340 630 80 300 555
90 360 666 90 325 601
100 375 694 100 345 639
110 380 704 110 350 648
120 370 685 120 345 639
130 350 648 130 330 611
O

RANGE CHART
ALTZTUDE: 5000 ft ISA, no wind
460 kg Fuel, No Reserve, Anti-icing OFF
2 x Allison 250-0208

Gross Weight 1700 kg (3748 Ib) Gross Weight 2300 kg (5071 Ib)
KIAS NM km KIAS NM km

20 80 150 20 65 Im
120
30 125 230 30 105 mDJ
195
40 180 330 40 150 280
o 50 225 415 50 200
rO
370
cr, 60 270 500 60 240 cn
445
70 305 565 70 275 510
80 340 630 80 300 555
90 360 665 90 325 600
100 375 695 100 340 630
110 375 695 110 345 640
120 360 665 120 340 630
130 340 630 130 320 595
MAX GROSSWEIGHT (HIGE, skid height 3 ft)
2 x Allison 250-C20, Anti-icing Off
Hovering Ceiling in Ground Effect
Take-off Power

Press. Alt. (ft) -200C -100C OOC +100C +200C +300C +400C OAT

MSL 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 kg


1000 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 kg
2000 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 k
rr 3000 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 2240 kgJ
4000 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 2150 kg r,
5000 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 2220 x
z ,O
P 1 6000 1 2300 2300 2300 2300 2250 2140 kg o,
7000 2300 2300 2300 2270 2170 2050 kg
8000 2300 2300 2290 2200 2090 1970 k
9000 2300 2260 2200 2110 2010 kg
10000 2240 2190 2120 2030 1930 kg
11000 2160 2100 2040 1950 1850 k
12000 2080 2020 1960 1870 1770 kg
13000 2000 1940 1880 1790 kg
14000 1920 1860 1800 1710
15000 1850 1780 1720 1630 kg
L 1 16000 1 1770 1700 1640 1550 kg
17000 1690 1630 1570 k

r´• x
MAX GROSS WEIGHT (HIGE, skid height 3 ft)
2x Altison 250-C20B, Anti-icing Off
Hovering Ceiling in Ground Effect
Take-off Power

Press. Alt (ft) -200C -100C OOC +100C +200C +300C +400C OAT

MSL 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 kg


1000 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 kg
2000 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 ka I
n,
rr 3000 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 kg mm
4000 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2340 kg o
2360 x
z 5000 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 o
o r
6000 2400 2400 2400 2400 2360 2280 kg
bo v,
7000 2400 2400 2400 2360 2270 2190 kg
8000 2400 2400 2350 2270 2180 2100
9000 2400 2340 2260 2180 2090 kg
10000 2300 2250 2160 2090 2010 kg
11000 2200 2160 2070 2000 1930
12000 2100 2060 1990 1920 1850 kg
13000 2020 1980 1910 1830 kg
14000 1940 1900 1830 1750
15000 1860 1820 1750 1680 kg
16000 1780 1740 1680 1600 kg
17000 1700 1670 1610

co
ru
r:
w
MAX GROSS WEIGHT(HOGE)
2 x Allison 250-C20, Anti-icing OFF
Hovering Ceiling out of Ground Effect
Take-off Power

Press. Alt (ft) -200C -100C OOC +100C +200C +300C +400C OAT

MSL 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 kg


1000 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 2210 kg
-I 1 2000 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 2130 kg I ,s
1 3000 2300 2300 2300 2300 2300 2220 2050 kg I"
mm
4000 2300 2300 2300 2300 2250 2140 1970 kg
5000 2300 2300 2300 [P
2270 2170 2060 k x
z O
6000 2300 2300 2270 2190 2100 1980 kg
cr, 7000 2280 2280 2190 2120 2020 1900 kg
8000 2250 2190 2120 2040 1940 1820
9000 2170 2120 2040 1970 1860 kg
10000 2100 2040 1970 1890 1780 kg
11000 2020 1960 1890 1810 1710 k
12000 1940 1880 1810 1740 1630 kg
13000 1860 1800 1730 1660 kg
14000 1780 1720 1660 1580 k
15000 1710 1640 1580 1510 kg
L
16000 1 1630 1560 1500 1440 kg
t 1 17000 1560 1490 1430 k

oJ
h,
4 MAX GROSS WEIGHT (HOGE)
2 x Allison 250-0203, Anti-icing OFF
Hovering Ceiling out of Ground Effect
Take-off Power

Press. Alt (ft) -200C -100C OOC +100C +200C +300C +400C OAT

MSL 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 kg


1000 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 kg
2000 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2350 k
-1 3000 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2370 2250 kg n

4000 2400 2400 2400 2400 2370 2280 2170 kg


5000 2400 2400 2400 2370 2280 2190 kq I r,

z 6000 2400 2400 2360 2280 2200 2100 kg ,O


7000 2400 2340 2270 2200 2110 2030 kg
o 8000 2300 2250 2180 2110 2030 1950 ka I
9000 2200 2150 2090 2030 1950 kg
10000 2110 2070 2000 1950 1870 kg
11000 2020 1990 1920 1860 1790
12000 1940 1910 1840 1780 1710 kg
13000 1860 1830 1760 1700 kg
14000 1780 1750 1680 1630 k
15000 1710 1670 1610 1560 kg
16000 1640 1600 1540 1500 kg
c 17000 1560 1530 1470 k

iv"
Z

Ln

MAX GROSS WEIGHT (HIGE, skid height 3 ft)


1 x Allison 250-020, Anti-icing OFF
Hovering Ceiling in Ground Effect
Emergency/Int. Cent. Power

Press. Alt. (ft) -200C -100C OOC +100C +200C +300C OAT

n, MSL 1700 1700 1700 1700 1700 1600 kg Im


rr
1000 1700 1700 1700 1700 1680 1530 mm
kg o
2000 1700 1700 1700 1700 1620 1470 m
z x
3000 1700 1700 1700 1640 1560 1410 ,O
o kg
4000 1700 1700 1660 1570 1490 kg
5000 1700 1660 1600 1500 1420
6000 1660 1600 1530 1440 kg
7000 1590 1530 1470 kg
8000 1520 1460 1400
9000 1460 1400 kg
10000 1400

os
h,
r:
(J,

MAX GROSS WEIGHT (HIGE, skid height 3 ft)


l’xAllison 250-0208, Anti-Icing OFF
Hovering Ceiling Ground Effect
Emergency/Int. Cent. Power

Press. Alt. (ft) -200C -100C OOC +100C +200C +300C OAT
-I O
n, MSL 1750 1750 1750 1750 1750 1750 kg Ila
rr m
1000 1750 1750 1750 1750 1750 1700 kg
2000 1760 1760 1760 1760 1710 1630 ra
x
z O
o 3000 1760 1760 1760 1730 1650 1570 kg r

1650 1580 1500 v,


4000 1760 1760 1720 kg
ru -18
5000 1760 1720 1650 1590 1510 1430
6000 1700 1650 1590 1520 1440 kg
7000 1630 1580 1520 1450 kg
8000 1560 1510 1460
9000 1490 1440 kg
10000 1430

oJ
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MBB BO 105
CHECKLIST

MAX GROSS WEIGHT (HOGE)


Ix Allison 250-C20, Anti-icing OFF
Hovering Ceiling out of Ground Effect
Emergency/Int. Cent. Power

Press. Alt. (ft) -100C OOC +200C OAT

MSL 1500 1500 1500 kg


1000 1500 1500 1480 kg
2000 1500 1500 1410 k
3000 1500 1500 kg
4000 1500 1500 kg
5000 1480 1430 kg
6000 1410

MAX GROSS WEIGHT (HOGE)


1 xAllison 250-0208, Anti-icing OFF
Hovering Ceiling out of Ground Effect
Emergency/Int. Cent. Power

Press. Alt. (ft) -100C OOC +200C OAT

MSL 1500 1500 1500 kg


1000 1510 1510 1510 kg
2000 1520 1520 1520
3000 30 1530 1450 kg
4000 1530 1520 kg
5000 1510 1460 kg
6000 1450 1400 k

Conversion
Iblkg-kgllb

N-27 July 82
Table No.13
Z
CONVERSION TABLE Ib kg

co Ib kg Ib kg Ib kg Ib kg

1 0,45 20 9,07 200 90,72 2000 907,2


2 0.90 30 13.61 300 136.08 3000 1360.8
3 1,36 40 18,14 400 181,44 4000 1814,4
4 1.81 50 22.68 500 226.80 5000 2268.0
5 2,26 60 27,21 600 272,16 6000 2721,6
6 2.72 70 31.75 700 317.51 7000 3175.1
7 3,17 80 36,29 800 362,87 8000 3628,7
8 3.62 90 40.82 900 408.23 9000 4082.3
9 4,08 100 45,36 1000 453,59 9500 4309,0
-1
o 10 4.53 c, ~L
Ira
mm

z x
0 CONVERSION TABLE kg Ib r0

e
kg Ib kg Ib kg Ib kg Ib ~iE:

1 2,20 20 44,09 200 440,92 2000 4409,20


2 4.41 30 66.14 300 661.39 3000 6613.90
3 6,61 40 88,18 400 881,85 4000 8818,50
4 8.82 50 110.23 500 1102.30 4309 9500.00
5 11,02 60 132,28 600 1322,80
6 13.23 70 154.32 700 1543.20
7 15,43 80 176,37 800 1763,70
r 8 17.64 90 198.42 900 1984.20
9 19,84 100 220,46 1000 2204,60
to 22,04
BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVION IC CH ECK LIST

Radar Altimeter KRA 405

1. Respective circuit breaker In

2. Self Test Button Depress.


Check that the flag
appears and the

height of 50 5 feet

is indicated.

KRA 405

R.ALT July 82 Avionic

(CLE-44)
BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

UHF Communication System PTR 1751

1. All respective circuit breakers In

2. Function Switch TR

3. Comm. Control System:


off I/C Knob -I/C
Transmit Selector Knob UHF

UHF Toggle Switch UHF

4. TEST Button Depress


Check 1000 Hz tone

audible, frequency

display shows EIGHTS

PTR 1751

UHF COM July 82 Avionic

(CLE-45)
BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

VHF Communication System KTR 905

1. All respective circuit breakers In

2. ON-OFF-VOL-Knob ON

3. Comm. Control System:


off -I/C-Knob I/C
Transmit Selector Knob VHF

VHF Toggle Switch VHF

4. Local communication frequency SET

5. TEST Button Depress.


Check noise level in

headset is present as

long as TEST Button

is depressed.

6. Request signal strength check A favourable response

should be repeated

KTR 905

VHF COM July 82 Avionic

(CLE-46)
BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

VHF Communication System MARCONI AD 120

Homing System CMELTON System 7

1. All respective circuit breakers In

2. VMF Communication System ON

3. Comm. Control System:


off i/C Knob -I/C
Transmit Selector Knob VHF

VHF Toggle Switch VHF

4. Local communication frequency Set

5. MOM-Switch HOM

6. Squelch OFF

7. Test-Button Depress.
Check noise level,
squelch OFF

8. Request signal strength check A favourable response

should be repeated;
during reception check

vertical bar deflection

on CDI.

AD 120

Homing
VMF COM/HOM July 82 Avionic

(CLE-47)
MBB BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

HF Communication System ASB-850

i. All respective circuit breakers In

2. HF-System ON

Check TUN E FAU LT

light ON

3. Comm. Control system:


off -I/C-Knob I/C
Transmit Selector Knob HF

HF Toggle Switch HF

4. Select the three modes Check illumination of

respective mode button

5. Set frequency and depress TUNE FAULT light


TUNE pushbutton once goes out and TUNE

pushbutton must

illuminate as long as

the system is tuning.


Max. tuning time 40

seconds until XMIT

READY light comes

ON; above 40 seconds:

TUNE FAULT light

6. Depress PTT button XMIT READY

light must extinguish


7. Speak into the microphone Check fluctuating or

steady illumination

of XMIT READY light.


Check sidetone audio.

ASB-850

HF COM July 82 Avionic

(CLE-48)
BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

Communication Control System B 691

1. Respective circuit breaker In

2. Both IC toggle switches ON

3. off -I/C-knob -I/C

4. PTT Button Press

5. Speak into microphone Intercommunication

must be possible.
Check sidetone audible.

6. HOT MIKE toggle switch ON

Check intercommunica-

tion between pilots and

passengers without

pressing PTT buttons.

B 691

CCS July 82 Avionic

(CLE-49)
BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

Artificial Horizon SFENA 903 ED V6

1. Respective circuit breaker In

2. After 30 seconds: Pull quick caging knob

to erect horizon.

3. After 3 minutes: Check that warning


flag has disappeared
and horizon remains

aligned

SFENA

903

ED V6

Horizon July 82 Avionic

(CLE-50)
MBB BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

Gyrosin Compass System C14-D

1. Respective circuit breaker In

2. After speed up time of Check that the compass

five minutes flag has disappeared


and the compass is in

slaved mode.

C14-D

Compass July 82 Avionic

(CLE-51)
BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

ADF System KDF 805

All respective circuit breakers In

2. Comm. Control System:


ADF Toggle Switch ADF

off -I/C-Knob i/C

3. Function Selector switch ANT

Check that the ADF

pointer indicates 2700.

4. Select frequency of Check identification of

available station station.

5. Function Selector switch ADF

Pointer returns to

former position and

indicates bearing to

selected station.

6. Function Selector switch Test

Check that ADF

pointer turns off from

former position.

KDF 805

ADF July 92 Avionic

(CLE-52)
BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

Marker Beacon System KMR 675

i. All respective circuit breakers In

2. Comm. Control System:


off -I/C-Knob -I/C
MKR Toggle Switch MKR

3. TEST Button Depress.


Check that the lamps
come on, check MKR

audio signal.

4. In bright condition:

Photocell Cover.

Check automatic

dimming of the

lamps.

KMR 675

MKR July 82 Avionic

(CLE-53)
BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

VHF NAV System KNR 630

Homing System CHELTON SYSTEM 7

i. All respective circuit breakers In

2. ON-OFF-VOL-Knob ON

3. HOM/NAV-switch NAV

4. Comm. Control System:


off -I/C-Knob -I/C
NAV 1 Toggle Switch NAV 1

5. Select frequency of Check identification of

available station station and indication

by RMI pointer.
Warning flag has

disappeared.

6. OBS-Knob Turn to set radial

under the lubber line.

Check proper deflection

of vertical bar to both

sides.

7. RMI-lndicator Should show same number

of degrees as OBI.

KNR 630

Homing
VHF NAV July 82´• Avionic

(CLE-54)
MBB BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

VHF NAV System KNR 630

i. All respective circuit breakers In

2. ON-OFF-VOL-Knob ON

3. Comm. Control System:


off -I/C-Knob -I/C
NAV 1 Toggle Switch NAV 1

4. Select frequency of Check identification of

available station station and indication

by RMI pointer
Warning flag has

disappeared.

5. OBS-Knob Turn to set radial

under the tubber line.

Check proper deflection

of vertical bar to both

sides.

6. RMI-lndicator Should show same number

of degrees as OBI.

KN R 630 A

VHF NAV July 82 Avionic

(CLE-55)
BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

Alti-Coder II (Kollsman B 45531-10-102)

1. Circuit breaker ALT ENC In

2. ALT ENC Switch ON

3. IFF-System Stdby

Kollsman

B 45531-10-102

ALT July 82 Avionic

(CLE-56)
80 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

Gyro System (Sperry)

Directional Gyro (Sperry CN-1251/ASN-89)

1. FREE/MAG Switch MAG

2. Circuit breakers INV and DG In

3. INV-and DG Switch ON

4. After three minutes: Check that Compass Failure

Warning Flag (BHI) has

disappeared.

5. Annunciator Display (BHI) Check mid position.

Vertical Gyro (Sperry VG-14 AD)

1. Circuit breakers INV and VG In

2. INV- and VG Switch ON

3. After three minutes: Check that ATT Flag


(Attitude Indicator) has

disappeared.

Sperry
cN-1251/ASN-89
VG-14 AD

Gyro July 82 Avionic

(CLE-57)
MBB 80 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

Attitude Indicator (Sperry HZ 265)

1. Gyro System (VG) Put into operation

2. ATT Test Switch Press

Check change in attitude of

approximately 20 degrees
right bank and 10 degrees
pitch-up.
ATT Flag appears during
test operation.

3. VHF Comm. System Put into homing operation (DF)


(FM Homing) if desired.

The Homing Flag disappears


when in satisfactory homing
operation

HZ 265

Attitude July 82 Avionic

(CLE-58)
BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

Bearing Heading Indicator (Aeronetics ID-1351)

1. Circuit breaker BHI In

2. Gyro System (DG) Put into operation

3. After gyro speed up time Check that the Heading


of three minutes: Dial indicates correct

heading.

4. ADF System Put into operation

ID-1351

BHI July 82 Avionic

(CLE-60)
MBB BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

Automatic Direction Finding (ADF) (Collins AN/ARN-83)

1. Circuit breakers ADF (2) In

2. ANTENNAS Switch ON

3. Intercomm. Control Unit:

NAV Toggle Switch ON

4. ADF Switch ADF

5. Function Switch ANT

Check that signals can be

received on the three fre-

quency ranges selected by


the band switch, if radio

stations are available.

6. Function Switch LOOP

Turn LOOP Switch to right


and left and observe that

the radio bearing pointer


(BHI) rotates in clockwise

respectively counter-clock-

wise direction.

Turn LOOP Switch to center

and observe that the pointer


(BHI) does not rotate.

7. Function Switch ADF

Tune system to several

stations and observe that

the pointer (BHI) indicates


bearing to selected stations.

AN/ARN-83
ADF July 82 Avionic

(CLE-62)
MBB BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

Lightweight Doppler Navigation System (SEL AN/ASN-128)

CAUTION I
i C~TION DO NOT TURN ON THE LDNS UNLESS THE SUPPLY

VOLTAGE HAS ATTAINED ITS RATED VALUE.

1. Gyro System (DG and VG) Put into operation

2. Circuit breakers LDNS (2) In

3. MODE Selector Switch on CDU LAMP TEST

All digits and characters

must light. MEM and MAL

indicator lamps must light.


Indirect front panel lighting
must function properly.
Keys must be lighted in-

di rectly.

4. DIM Control Check light intensity for

variation (CDU and SHIU)


and adjust brightness of

displays and front panel


lighting

5. MODE Selector Switch TEST

After about 15 seconds the word GO (no error) appears on the

left display or a failure code if malfunction has been occured.

(contld)

AN/ASN-128

LDNS July 82 Avionic

(CLE-63)
MBB BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

Lightweight Doppler Navigation System (SEL AN/ASN-128) (contld)

GO P appears if there is no valid Vertical Gyro information.


Navigation is possible but with reduced accuracy.

MN/NG indicates that navigational operation is not possible.

EN is displayed if no data have not as yet been entered


or if the LDNS internal battery fails and therefore the

previous entered data have been lost.

If the system is turned off and on again (MODE switch

reset to TEST again) and the GO display fails to appear,

the unit is defective data have been entered,


or no respectively.
If GO appears perform step 6.

6. MODE Selector Switch UTM or LAT/LONG


7. DISPLAY Selector Switch DEST/TGT
8. DEST DISP Thumbwheel Set to all positions from

0 to 9 as well as H, check to see whether the pre-

viously stored destination coordinates are displayed


correctly
9. DISPLAY Selector Switch SPH/VAR
10. DEST DISP Thumbwheel Set to all positions from
Oto 9 as well as H, check to see whether the pre-

viously stored magnetic variations and the applicable


spheroid for Central Europe "INB" are correctly dis-
played.
Do not store magnetic variations unless the
I NOTE I
coordinates have been entered, as otherwise the

magnetic variation will be blanked automatically.

AN/ASN-128~
LDNS
July 82 Avionic

(CLE-64)
BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

Communication System (C 6533 ARC)

i. Circuit breakers ICS PIL, In

ICS CPIL, ICS CABIN

2. ICS Switch ON

3. Transmit Selector Switch ICS

4. Intercomm.’SeIect Switch PIL/CPIL


(IC Switch) Check intercommunication

between pilots.

5. Intercomm. Select Switch All

(IC Switch) Check intercommunication

between pilots and passen-

Qers.

6. HOT MIKE Switch HOT MIKE

Check intercommunication

between pilot and copilot


and between pilots and

passengers without pressing


PTT button.

C 6533 ARC

CS July 82 Avionic

(CLE-65)
BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

UHF Communication System (Magnafox AN/ARC 164)

1. Circuit breaker UHF In

2. Intercomm. Control Unit:

Transmit Selector Switch UHF (Pos. 1)


UHF Toggle Switch (Pos. 1) ON

3. Function Selector Switch MAIN or BOTH

4. Local communication frequency Set

5. Signal check Perform

A favourable response

should be repeated.

6. Tone Select Switch Depress


Check 1000 Ht tone audible.

7. Check knob Depress


Present frequency indicator
should display preset fre-

quency.

AN/ARC 164
UHF COM July 82 Avionic

(CLE-66)
BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

HF Communication System (Sunair ASB 850)

1. Circuit breaker HF In

2. Intercomm. Control Unit:

Transmit Selector Switch HF (Pos. 4)


HF Toggle Switch (Pos. 4) ON

3. ON/OFF Pushbutton ON

Check TUNE FAULT light


ON.

4. Select the three modes Check illumination of

LSB, AM, USE respective mode button.

5. Frequency Select

6. TUNE Pushbutton Depress once

TUNE FAULT light goes out and TUNE pushbutton must

illuminate as long as the system is tuning.


Max. tuning time 40 seconds until XMIT READY light
comes ON; above 40 seconds TUNE FAULT light comes ON.

7. PTT Button Depress


XMIT READY light
must extinguish.

8. Speak into the microphone Check fluctuating or steady


illumination of XMIT READY

light. Check sidetone audio.

ASB 850

HF COM July 82 Avionic

(CLE-68)
80 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

VHF Communication System (Collins AN/ARC 186)

1. Circuit breaker VHF AM/FM In

2. ANTENNAS Switch ON

3. VHF-NORMAL/RETRAN Switch NORMAL

4. Intercomm. Control Unit:

Transmit Selector Switch VHF (Pos. 2/3)


VHF Toggle Switch (Pos. 2/3) ON

5. Frequency Control/Emergency MAN

Select Switch

6. Local communication frequency Set

7. Mode Select Switch TR

8. Squelch Disable/Tone Select TONE

Switch Check 1000 Hz tone

audible.

9. Signal check Perform

A favourable response

should be repeated.

AN/ARC 186
VHF COM July 82 Avionic

(CLE-69)
BO 105
CHECKLIST

AVIONIC CHECK LIST

VHF Communication System (Collins AN/ARC 186)


FM Homing

1. Circuit breaker VHF AM/FM 1 In

2. ANTENNAS Switch ON

3. VHF-NORMAL/RETRAN Switch NORMAL

4. Intercomm. Control Unit:

Transmit Selector Switch VHF 1 (Pos. 2)


VHF 1 Toggle Switch ON

5. Frequency Control/Emergency MAN

Select Switch

6. Local communication frequency Set

7. Mode Select Switch DF

8. Squelch Disable/Tone Select TONE

Switch Check 1000 Hz tone

audible.

9. Signal check Perform

A favourable response should be repeated.

Observe vertical bar deflection (Attitude Indicator)


during reception check.

The Homing Flag (Attitude Indicator) disappears when

in satisfactory homing operation.

AN/ARC 186

Homing
VHF NAV July 82 Avionic

(CLE-70)
‘11111~ ’*1111~
C
CHECKLIST

CHECK LIST

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

TAKING ADDITIONAL ACTION NECESSARY TO RECOVER

__,
_Fa~:...
exercise sound judgment as to the appropriate action, A

I thorough knowledge of
systems is essential to
the correct procedures and helicopter
correctly analyze the situation and

determine the best course of action,

Definitions

-´•´•i´•i´•´•´•

urgent and require an immediate landing at the nearest

adequate landing site,

Land as soon as practicable Emergency conditions are less

urgent, and an immediate landing at the nearest landing field

is not necessary,

(CLE-’I-I)

LI
Il
L

Ir BO 105
CHECKLIST

LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES

The part EMERGENCY PROCEDURES consists of the following

I
Page No. Issue date

Titl’e July 82
E-A Dec. 83

E-10 June 83

E-ll and E-12 July 82

I E-14 thru

E-17 thru
E-16

E-19
July 82
Dec. 83

I
MBB BO 105
CHECKLIST

HV-

EFFECTIVITY I Diagrams
[EFFECTIVITY Allison 250-C20 or 250-C20B (flat-rated)

SINGLE ENGINE FAILURE

HV-DIAGRAM

NOTE
NOTE I Avoid operation in shaded area.

[Anti-icing-

OF )50
Ant icing OFF

GROSS WEIGHT 2300 kg (5070 Ib) GROSS WEIGHT 2100 kg (4629 Ibl

500

400 BETWEEN O AND 17M) FT


400
i NO DANGER AREA
I::_:
350 i-
o

300

5 WI I 250
,250

200
200 7000ft

I
150
150 o

I100
100 o
o iALTITUDE7MX)ft
h~LW ~n
50 ALTITUDE d ft. -I 50

0
o

0 20 40 60 60 100
0 20 40 60 80 100
KNOTS
KNOTS

the altimeter indication is


In hover flight
NOTE I
5 feet too high.

July 82
E-l
(CLE-19)

)L
MBB BO 105
CHECKLIST

[EF~ECTIVITY)
EF~ECTIVITY
Allison 250-C208

SINGLE ENGINE FAILURE

HV-DIAGRAM

I NOTE I Avoid operation in shaded area.

I Anti-icing OFF)
Anti-icing- OFF

GROSS WEIGHT 2300 kg (5070 Ib) GROSS WEIGHT 2100 kg (4629 Ib)
500 500
NOTE
i
450 450 1BETWEEN 0 AND 2800 FT
DANGER AREA

,400 400

350 350
o o
z

o’ 300 300
rr
g:: ;: : :i:T: : : : I: : : i: : : : TI: i: i: : i: l: ::::::::::I
250 w 250
~i:i :I
200 200

7000ft i:
a 150 c~ 150

r li-:R1-i ttf
ALTITUDE 7000
100 100
o
~tii:i
u ak~ ALTITUDE O tt
50 i 50

i i -:::::i i i. i

0 0

0 20 40 60 80 100 0 20 40 60 80 100

KNOTS KNOTS

In hover flight the altimeter indication is


I NOTE
NOTE I
5 feet too high.

E-2 July 82

(CLE-20)
’C
105
CHECKLISTBO

DOUBLE ENGINE
FAILU~
HV-DIAGRAM

NOTE
NOTE I Avoid Operation in shaded area.

TWO ENGINES INOPERATIVE

GROSS WEIGHT 2300 kg (5070 Ibl

1200

:ii GROSS WEIGHT 2100 kg (4629 Ib)

looo f~ loM,

900

t~ soo
eoo
7000 ft
700

5
600
g 600

ITUDE Oft 400


i:t
w 300

Y i i:i.i:1: i i Y ~:A;TlfuaE b.ii _

2M1
e
:I i
100

I
tPi
100 120 140

60KNOTS80
0 20 40
1M) 120 140
0 20 40
60KNOTS80

I
I I NOTE
NOTE
In hover

5 feet too
flight
high.
the altimeter indication is

5-3 July 82

(CLE-E1)
’L
I"’-’L

MBB BO 10S
CHECKLIST

ENGINE FAILURE

During Hovering below 20 ft (skid height)

1. Collective pitch Lower slightly


2. Collective pitch Raise slightly
(to cushion landing)
3. Inoperative engine Shut down

During Hovering between 20 ft and 80 ft

1. Collective pitch Lower slightly


2. Single engine performance Observe

3. Airspeed Gain

4. Single engine landing Perform

5. Inoperative engine Shut down

During Hovering above 80 ft

1. Collective pitch Lower slightly


2. Single engine performance Observe

I 3.

If 45
Airspeed
kts and.climb are attainable:
Gain

4. Single engine flight Continue

5. Inoperative engine Shut down

6. If required, suitable landing field Select

7. Land as soon as practicable.


8. Single engine landing Perform

During Take-off below 45 kt

1. Take-off Abort

2. Single engine landing Perform

3. Inoperative engine Shut down

(contld)

E-4 July 82
(CLE-22)

(L L 1L 1L
i MBB BO
CHECKLIST
105

ENGINE FAILURE (cont’d)

During Take-off above 45 kt

1. Take-off Continue

Observe Eng. Fail.


2. Single engine performance
for best rate of climb Maintain
3. Speed
Shut down
4. Inoperative engine
Continue
5. Single engine flight
suitable landing field Select
6. If required,
7. Land as soon as practicable.
Perform
8. Single engine landing

During Cruise

1. Collective pitch Lower slighty


Observe
2. Single engine performance

a 3.

4.
Vy
TOT indication
Adjust, maintain
Monitor

Shut down
5. Inoperative engine
If possible, ascertain cause of failure;
I NOTE I
in case airstart engine again.
6. Cruise Continue

7. If required, suitable landing field Select

8. Land as soon as practicable.


Perform
9. Single engine landing

1 NOTE I
Use single engine emergency power of

93 torque (Allison 250-C20 or C20B flat-rated) or

95 torque (Allison 250-C208) only in an emergency.

For training purposes use only a single engine max.

cent. power of

79 8 torque (Allison 250-C20 or C20B flat-rated) or

86’l,torque (Allison 250-C20B).


(cont’d)

E-5 july 82
(CLE-23)
MBB so 105
CHECKLIST

FAILURE (cont’d)

Compressor Stall
i. Collective pitch Lower

2. Power lever of stalling engine Slowly to IDLE

3. Engine Anti-icing Off

If compressor stall stops:


4. Power lever of stalled engine Slowly to FLIGHT

If compressor stall is still noticed:

5. Stalling engine Shut down

SINGLE ENGINE SHUT-DOWN

i. Corresp. emergency fuel valve Close

2. Corresp. fuel supply pump OFF

3. Corresp. power lever OFF

4. Corresp. generator OFF

SINGLE ENGINE LANDING

If possible, a suitable landing site should be selected.

Initial Approach:
i. Anti-icing OFF

2. Approach airspeed 50 kt to 60 kt

3. Rate of descent Maximum 600 ft/min


Intermediate Approach:
4. Reduce airspeed Not below 30 kt

5. Torque As required, depen-


ding on weight and

wind conditions

6. Rate of descent Approx. 300 ft/min


(contld)

E-6 July 82

(CLE-24)

(L
105
CHECKLISTBO

SINGLE ENGINE LANDING (cont’d)

Final Approach:
7. Modified flare at constant

height between 3 ft and 5 ft Accomplish. Nose-up


attitude between

50 and 100

When helicopter starts to settle:

8. Collective pitch Increase smoothly


l-Eng.Ldg.
Shortly before ground contact:
Airstart
9. Collective pitch Increase furthermore;
Observe power limits.

10. Landing skids Align


Touchdown with a maximum of 30 kt.

11. Pedals Maintain direction

12. Collective pitch Lower gradually to

minimum

Engine Shut down

AIRSTART

1. Collective pitch Friction slightly


2. Helicopter Trim

3. Electr. consumers Minimize

4. Emergency fuel valve Open


5. Power lever OFF

6. TOT below 1500C Check

7. Fuel supply pump ON

8. Ignition ON, with left hand

9. Starter START, with left hand

10. Power lever at 15 N1-RPM IDLE, with right hand

11. TOT Monitor

12. Starter at 58 N1-RPM OFF

13. Ignition OFF

14. Generator (1) ON

15. Power lever FLIGHT

E-7 July 82
(CLE-25)

L L1
L

MBB BO 105
CHECKLIST

AUTOROTATIVE LANDING

Autorotation Establish

IedilgI
1.

NOTE

Optimum Airspeed for:

minimum rate of descent 75 kt and 100 8

rotor RPM

maximum range 100 kt and 85 8

rotor RPM

Max. AR-speed 100 kt (blue line)

Recommended AR-speed 75 kt and

100 104 8 (Series S)


100 105 8 (Series C)

rotor RPM

2. Both emergency fuel valves Close

3. Both fuel supply pumps Off

4. Both power levers OFF

Before starting flare:

5. Battery and Generators Off

6. Autorotational landing Accomplish

I NOTE I
Max. touch down speed on

level ground 30 kt

After landing:
7. Collective pitch Lower slowly and hold
cyclic stick in the

neutral position
8. Shut down procedure Complete

I
E-8 July 82

(CLE-26)
t
105
CHECKLISTBO

LANDING IN TREES

1. Autorotation glide Establish

2. Passengers Alert

3. MAYDAY call Transmit

4. Both emergency fuel valves Close

I 5.

6.

Before
Both fuel

Both
supply
power levers

starting flare:
pumps Off

OFF

7. Battery and Generators Off

At tree top level:

8. Full flare, to attain zero


AR-Ldg
ground speed Execute
Ldg.in Trees
9. Slight flare attitude Maintain
Ditching
10. Collective pitch, to attain

rate of descent Apply

DITCHINGminimum
emergency floats installed, refer to FLM OPT 22.

fIffO
are

Power

Autorotation glide Establish


2.1. Passengers
3. MAYDAY call Transmit

4. Sliding doors Open


5. Both emergency fuel valves Close

6. Both fuel supply pumps Off

Both power levers OFF

Before
.7:eralf starting
8. Battery and Generators Off

At a height of approx. 100 to 80 feet:

9. Full flare, to attain zero

ground speed Execute

(contld)
E-9 July 82
(CLE-27)
BO 105
CH ECKLIST

DITCHING (contld)

Close to the water:

10. Forward cabin doors Jettison

11. Collective pitch Apply to reduce

Rotor-RPM as much

as possible

I
12. Rotor brake (if installed)
13. Slight flare attitude

the
rightAply
Settle and roll to

14. Abandon helicopter as soon as

rotor has stopped.

Power On

1. Passengers Alert

2. MAYDAY call Transmit

In a low hover:

3. Sliding doors Open


4. Forward cabin doors Jettison

5. Passengers and copilot Abandon

6. Hover downwind to a safe

distance of approx. ´•100 m

(300 ft).
7. Both emergency fuel valves Close

8. Battery and Generators Off

9. Collective pitch Apply to reduce Rotor-RPM

as much as possible
10. Rotor brake (if installed) ’Apply
11. Slight flare attitude Settle and roll to the

right
12. Abandon helicopter as soon as

has stopped.

Il
rotor

If hovering flight is impossible, for example with single engine


failure, proceed according to "power off ditching".

E-10 June 83

(CLE-28)
’C
105
CHECKLISTBO

TAIL ROTOR FAILURE

Tail Rotor Drive Failure in Hover below 10 ft.

1. Collective pitch Reduce, then damp


shortly landing impact
2. Cyclic stick, simultaneously Maintain horizontal

attitude

I NOTE ETONI I Expect rough landing.

On ground:

3. Both emergency fuel valves Close

4. Both power levers OFF

Battery switch Off


6.5. nplete

Tail Rotor Drive Failure during Forward Flight

1. Collective pitch Lower


Tail Rotor
2. Acceptable sideslip Establish
Failure
3. Airspeed for minimum

sideslip angle Above 60 kt

4. Suitable landing site Select

5. Passengers Alert

6. MAYDAY call Transmit

7. Autorotation glide Establish

8. Both emergency fuel valves Close

9. Both fuel supply pumps Off

10. Both power levers OFF

I:::
Battery and Generators Off

Autorotation landing Perform

(contld)

E-ll July 82
(CLE-29)
‘(111~
MBB 80 105
CHECKLIST

TAIL ROTOR FAILURE (cont’d)

Tail Rotor Control Failure in Hover Flight

1. Collective pitch Lower

2. Touchdown Perform

I NOTE
NOTE I On touchdown a yawing tendency to the right
or left is not always avoidable.

Tail Rotor Control Failure During Forward Flight

1. Torque to minimize side slip Adjust


2. Flight Continue

3. Passengers Alert

4. Suitable landing site Select

5. Shallow approach at approx.

45 kt on final Perform

6. Sideslip angle Hold below 450

7. Groundspeed Reduce

8. Near ground collective pitch Pull slowly


9. When skids are aligned to

flight direction Touch down

10. Collective pitch Lower slowly


11. Shut down Perform

L
t
C
BO 105

FIRE

Engine Fire on Ground

1. Passengers Alert

2. Both emerg. fuel valves Close

3. Both fuel supply pumps Off

4. Both power levers OFF

5. Battery and Generators Off

lExtinguish fire with hand fire extinguisher.

Single Engine Fire during Flight

In the event of overtemperature (fire) in one of the engine

compartments, the corresponding warning light will illuminate.

1. Corresponding emerg. fuel valve Close

2. Corresponding fuel supply pump Off

3. Corresponding power lever OFF

4. Corresponding generator OFF

extinguishing system is installed,


NOTE ETON1I If
fire
I a

proceed according to OPT 25.

If fire can be quickly extinguished:


I DO NOT ATTEMPT TO RESTART THE ENGINE

II
W~RNING

AFTER THE FIRE HAS BEEN EXTINGUISHED, Fire

UNLESS A GREATER EMERGENCY EXISTS. OIL


T.

5. Land as soon as practicable FILT 112


If fire danger persists:
6. LAND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

Fuselage Fire during Flight

1. LAND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

During descent:

2. Passengers Alert

3. MAYDAY call Transmit

4. Doors and windows Close

At excessive smoke development Open


(cont’d)

E-13 June 83

(cLE-31)
PII~I

BO 105
CHECKLIST

FIRE (cont’d)

5. Heating OFF

6. Blower OFF

7. Portable fire extinguisher Use as required


On ground:
8. Both emergency fuel valves Close

9. Both fuel supply pumps Off

10. Both power levers OFF

11. Battery and Generators Off

12. Rotor brake (if installed) Apply

Electrical Fire on Ground

1. Passengers Alert

2. Both emerg. fuel valves Close

3. Both power levers OFF

4. Generators (2) OFF

5. Battery switch OFF

6. EPU Have disconnected

7. Battery plug Remove

Electrical Fire during Flight

1. LAND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

During descent:

2. Passengers Alert

3. Generators (2) OFF

Portable fire extinguisher Use, as required


After .4:gnidnal
5. Both emerg. fuel valves Close

6. Both power levers OFF

7. Battery switch OFF

8. Rotor brake (if installed) Apply


9. Battery plug Remove

E-14 July 82

(CLE-32)
CHECKLIST

Main Transmission Oil System Malfunction

I Il’lumination of

1. Oil pressure
the "T-Oii" warning light

Check

In case of oil pressure below 0.5 bar (O.S kp/cmn):


2. LAND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

3. Oil temperature Check

In case of oil temperature above 1050C:

4. Reduce power until oil temperature

drops below 1050C.

I NOTEETONI I Observe the 10 min temperature limit of 1200C.

If oil temperature does not drop:

FUEL SUPPLY SYSTEM MALFUNCTION

"FILT 1" or "FILT 2" warning light illuminates

1. Flight Continue

Do not restart with "FILT 1" or "FILT 2"


I NOTEETONI
warning light illuminated.

"FILT 1" and "FILT 2" warning lights illuminate

1. LAND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

I Fuel Pressure Loss (below normal range)

1. Flight Continue

2. Bank angles above 450

and abrupt manoeuvers Avoid

E-15 July 82

(CLE-33)
MBB BO 105
CHECKLIST

1. N1-RPM, torque and TOT Check

If one of these indications is not within limits:

2. Concerned engine Shut down

Increasing N2-RPM

1. Concerned engine Control manually


with power lever

Decreasing N2-RPM

If residual torque of more than 10 is available:

1. Concerned engine Leave running

I If less torque

2. Concerned
is available:

engine Shut down

Complete N2-Control Failure

1. Circuit breaker "N2-CONTROL" Pull

If during flight a freewheel slippage (see FLM 3.21 and 4.1.1)


should arise:

LAND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

I
MBB 80 105
CHECKLIST

RIM SYSTEM FAILURE

Only in case of a failure or uncontrollability in both

trim directions:

1. Circuit breaker

"TRIM ACTUATOR" Pull

IUnsymmetrical forces up to 70 N (7 kg)


I NOTE I
In the stick break out force will be noticed.

2. Land as soon as practicable

YDRAULIC SYSTEM FAILURE

DO NOT START WITH A FAILED


I WARNING
W~RNING I
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM.

TEST SWITCH "HYDR TEST" MUST

NOT BE OPERATED IN FLIGHT. ITS

USE IS RESTRICTED TO GROUND AND

PREFLIGHT-TEST-PURPOSES.

"HYD 1" warnina liaht illumination

Indicates loss of hydraulic pressure in system 1 and cross

over to system 2.
Max. airspeed 100 kt

Max. bank angle 300

(i LAND

"HYD 2" warning


AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE

light illumination
N1J2-Contr.

TRIM

1 Indicates

Max.
loss of

ystem 1 remains operative.

airspeed
hydraulic pressure in system 2.

100 kt
Hn, 112

It- Max.

LAND
bank

AS SOON
angle
AS PRACTICABLE

(contld)
300

E-17 Dec. 83

(CLE-35)
I’ MBB BO 105
CHECKLIST

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM FAILURE (cont’d)

BLOCK" "HY BLOCK" and "HYD 1" (SB 40-37/


YH"noitanimulli
or

Series D only) warning light

I
This type of hydraulic failure is caused by a jammed servo va

and can occur in either system. In any case the control force in

the affected control axis will increase by approx. 20 N (2 kg).

Jamming in system 1 is indicated by illumination of warning


light "HY BLOCK". The override function is activated with

a subsequent automatic cross-over to system 2. The warning


light "HY BLOCK" remains illuminated.

Jamming in system 2 can only be noticed by an increasing


control force. No illumination of the warning light "HY BLOCK"
will occur. System 1 will remain operational.

II: Max.

Max.

LAND AS
airspeed
bank angle
SOON AS PRACTICABLE
100

300
kt

IF HYDRAULIC SYSTEM FAILURE IS OBVIOUS


I W~RNINC
WARNING I
THE HYDRAULIC TEST SWITCH MUST NOT

BE OPERATED AND THE BATTERY MUST NOT

BE SWITCHED OFF BEFORE ROTOR COMES

TO A COMPLETE STANDSTILL.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM FAILURE

"GEN 1" or "GEN 2" warning light illumination

(voltmeter-indication normal)

1. Voltage normal range Check

2. Generator with "GEN"-warning OFF, then ON

If warning light remains illuminated:

3. Generator with "GEN"-warnnng OFF

4. Flight Continue

5. Voltmeter and amperemeter Monitor

(cont’d)
E-18 Dec. 83

(CLE-36)

)IIIIIIII
t ~L ~PL \p~

I MBB
CHECKLIST
BO 105

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM FAILURE (contld)

"GEN 1" or "GEN 2" warning light illumination

(I (voltmeter-indication

1.

2.
Generator

Generator
30 V or

delivering overvoltage

delivering overvoltage
above)

Find

OFF
out

)I If

4.
Generator with

.3:stsisrep
"GEN"-warning
Both generators
"GEN"-warning OFF, then ON

OFF

5. Electrical consumers Minimize

6. Land as soon as practicable

Overvoltage (\ioltmeter-indication 30 V or above)

without "GEN"-Warning

1. Generator 1 OFF, then ON

2. Generator 2 OFF, then ON

3. Generator delivering overvoltage OFF

4. Flight ton remaining generator) Continue

5. Voltmeter and amperemeter Monitor

If overvoltage persists:
6. Both generators OFF

7. Electrical consumers Minimize

8. Land as soon as practicable

Double Generator Failure without Emergency Bus

("GEN 1" and "GEN 2" warning light illumination)

1. Generators (2) OFF, then ON

If both warning lights remain illuminated:

2. Both generators OFF


GEN 112
3. Electrical consumers Minimize

4. Land as soon as practicable DCEMERG.BUS

E-19 Dec. 83

(CLE-37)
Mse BO 105
CHECKLIST

FAILURE IN ELECTRICAL SYSTEM WITH EMERGENCY DC

Double Generator Failure with Emergency Bus available


("GEN 1" and "GEN 2" warning light illumination)

1. EMERG. DC BUS button Push

Following emergency bus-bar power consumers are

then connected directly to the battery:


Fuel low warning
Hydraulic system
Emergency fuel valves
Fire Warning
Instrument lights
Landing light 1

Fuel quantity indication


Fuel supply main tank, pump 1
Fire extinguishers 1 2 (if installed)
SAS Ferranti FAS 2 (if installed)
not valid for Sperry Helipilot
Emergency floats (if installed)
Fuel Jettison (if installed)
Communication control

Directional gyro (if installed)


RMI without ADF and VOR 2 function (if installed)
Horizon 1 (if installed)
VHF 1 (if installed)
NAV 1 (if installed)
ATC-transponder without Mode C function (if installed)

(cont’d)

(’a
MBB BO 105
CHECKLIST

FAILURE IN ELECTRICAL SYSTEM WITH

EMERGENCY DC BUS BAR (contld)

IF THERE IS NO "DIR GYRO" WITH FLUX


I WARNING)
WARNING
VALVE AVAILABLE AN ADDITIONAL

DEVIATION CARD MUST BE OBSERVED

FOR THE MAGNETIC COMPASS DURING

EMERGENCY BUS-BAR OPERATION.

DURING EMERGENCY BUS-BAR OPERATION

THE MAGNETIC COMPASS READING IS NOT

RELIABLE.

Main Bus Bar Short Circuit

1. EMERG. DC BUS button Push

If the voltmeter now indicates constant battery voltage:


2. Generators (2) OFF

I NOTE
NOTE j The main bus bars are without power.

3. Land as soon as practicable.


pL~rml DO NOT RE-SWITCH TO MAIN BUS
I CASITION 1
DO NOT RE-SWITCH THE

GENERATORS TO "ON".

If the voltmeter indicates zero after the


I NOTE I
EMERG. DC BUS button is pushed or the

voltmeter needle swings continuously, a short

circuit has occured in the emergency bus-bar

circuit.

Emergency Bus Bar Short Circuit

EFFECTIVITY I
[EFFECTIVITY S/N 1 to 80 inclusive

1. Generators OFF

2. Battery switch OFF

(cont’d)

E-21 July 82
(CLE-39)
’111
MBB 50 105
CHECKLIST

FAILURE IN ELECTRICAL SYSTEM WITH

EMERGENCY DC BUS BAR (cont’d)

3. EMERG. DC BUS button Push (back to

main bus)
4. Try to establish VFR conditions as soon as

possible, since the artificial horizon is

without power supply.


5. Land as soon as practicable (fuel supply
for approx. 20 min. flight time)

Emergency Bus Bar Short Circuit

I EFFECTIVITY I S/N 81 and up.

1. Generators Remain ON

2. Battery switch Remains ON

3. EMERG. DC BUS button Remains OFF

4. Try to establish VFR conditions as soon

as practicable.
5. Land as soon as practicable
In this case only the emergency
I NOTE
NOTE I
bus-bar is without power supply.

\’Y
i MBB BO
CHECKLIST
105

BATTERY FAILURE

Battery Temperature-Warning

)noitanimul idnuorG
on

("BAT 60" or "BAT 60" and "BAT 70" warning light

The warning may be caused by excessive warming up

e.g. by sun:

1. Do not attempt engine start, when

battery warning lights illuminate.

2. If one or both battery warning lights


illuminate after starting engine allow

cooling down of the battery prior to

I take off.

"BAT 60" Temperature Warning in Flight

1. Battery switch OFF

2. Flight Continue

Observe extinguishing of the warning light.


3. Warning lights TEST

4. Battery switch ON

BATTERY MUST BE INSPECTED PRIOR


CAUTION
TO NEXT FLIGHT.

"BAT 60" and "BAT 70" Temperature Warning in Flight

1. Battery switch OFF

2. LAND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

3. Power levers IDLE

4. Collective pitch Lock

5. Cyclic stick Lock

6. After cooling down of battery Check, no visual

damage
7. Battery switch remains OFF, recheck

8. Flight Continue

prrmLILSul BATTERY MUST BE INSPECTED PRIOR


CAUTION I BAT 60)70
TO NEXT FLIGHT,
MAG.PLUG 1(2

E-23 July 82
(CLE-´•11) LOW FUEL

4~
MBB BO 105
CHECKLIST

MAG PLUG ILLUMINATION

PLUG 1" "MAG PLUG 2"


GAM"noitanimul i
or

warning light

i. Engine oil temperature Check

2. Engine oil pressure Check

3. Land as soon as practicable.

IWARNINc
WARNING
BE PREPARED FOR SINGLE ENGINE FAILURE.

I Do not restart with MAG PLUG warning light


I NOTE
NOTE
ii lumin ated.

"MAG PLUG 1" and "MAG PLUG 2" illumination

1. LAND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

"T PLUG" warning light (SB 80-41) illumination

1. Main transmission oil temp. Check

2. Main transmission oil pressure Check

3. Land as soon as practicable

If additionally the warning light "T OIL" illuminates:


1. LAND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

"LOW FUEL" warning light illumination

1. Fuel main pumps ON and In

2. Switches and circuit breakers Check

If LOW FUEL warning light remains illuminated:

3. Land within 10 min.

(contld)

E-24 July 82
(CLE-42)

)L
MBB BO 105
CHECKL]ST

"RPM" warnino li~ht: flashina intermittent tone

At N1-RPM-split of more than 11 (can be cancelled)

or N2-RPM between 75 and 95.% (cannot be cancelled)

"RPM" warning light: flashing (without tone)

4t N2/Rotor-RPM between 102 and 108 (cannot be cancelled)

’’RPM" warning light: flashing continuous tone

4t N2/Rotor-RPM of 108 or above (cannot be cancelled).

The N2/Rotor-RPM-range of 98 to 102


I NOTE
NOTE j
is to be maintained.

July 82
E-25

(CLE-43)

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