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Section 2 - Limitations
Section 2 includes operating limitations instrument markings and basic placards necessary for safe operation of P2012 aircraft, its engines, standard systems and equipment.
The following table addresses the airspeed limitations and their operational significance:
- MANUFACTURER: Lycoming
- MODEL: TEO-540-C1A
- TYPE: Direct - drive six - cylinder, horizontally opposed, turbocharged, air-cooled engine equipped with electronic fuel injection, electronic ignition, down exhaust.
- MANUFACTURER: MT Propeller
- MODEL: MTV-14-B-C-F/CF195-30
- TYPE: 4 wood/composite blades with metal leading edge fully featherable.
- DIAMETER: 1950 mm / 6 ft 4.77 in
Following list reports the operating limitations for installed engines:
- 1.Maximum Continuous Power: 375hp @ 2575rpm
- 2.Maximum Cylinder Head Temperature: 500°F
- 3.Maximum Turbine Inlet Temperature: 1650°F
- 4.Maximum Oil Temperature: 245°F
- 5.Oil Pressure:
- Minimum for idle: 25 psi
- Minimum normal: 55 psi
- Maximum normal: 95 psi
- Maximum for starting and warm-up: 115 psi
- 6.Fuel Pressure:
- Minimum: 44 psi
- Maximum: 72 psi
- 2 TANKS: 375 litres each one (99 US gallons)
- MAXIMUM CAPACITY: 750 litres (198 US gallons)
- USABLE FUEL: 364 litres each one (96 US gallons)
- APPROVED FUEL: 100 or 100LL (Aviation Grade)
- MAXIMUM FUEL UNBALANCE: 150 litres (39 US gallons)
For aircraft embodying G1000 Nxi maximum operating altitude is 19500 ft. Otherwise, maximum operating altitude is 13000 ft.
From -25°C (-13°F) to +50°C (122°F).
The minimum crew is one pilot seated in the left hand seat.
Smoking is not allowed.
The take-off and landing can be conducted on hard paved or grass surfaces.
The aircraft must be equipped with an artificial stall warning.
This is a normal category aircraft. No aerobatic maneuvers, including spins, are authorized.
Maneuver load factors limits are as follows:
Positive: +3.44 g
Negative: -1.37 g
Positive: +2.0 g
Negative: 0.0 g
The airplane has demonstrated to be capable to conduct steep approach with flap LAND and propellers full forward at 110 KIAS with a Max Approach Gradient of 12° (21%). A glide path reference system is required in case of IFR conditions. In case an external aid is not available, the glide path can be controlled through the vertical speed indicator.
No determination of landing distance reduction has been performed and so landing distance data of normal approach (3°) needs to be considered also for steep approach manoeuvre.
- Deliberate Single Engine Approach are prohibited.
- Steep approaches in icing conditions are NOT ALLOWED.
Maximum passenger seating configuration is 9.