Cessna Citation M2 Study Guide

Citation M2 limitations and memory items
CESSNA CITATION M2 study guide notes
CE-525 study notes

Speeds
MMO (above 30,500 ft)…… …………………………………..Mach .71 (indicated)
VMO (between sea level and 30,500 feet)……………………………….263 KIAS
Flaps Approach 15o……………………………………………………………200 KIAS
Flaps Land 35o………………………………………………………………….161 KIAS
Maximum Speed with Ground Flaps Failed to 60o……………………140 KIAS
Maximum Landing Gear Extended Speed VLE…………………………186 KIAS
Maximum Landing Gear Operating Speed VLO (extending)………..186 KIAS
Maximum Landing Gear Operating Speed VLO (retracting)………..175 KIAS
Maximum Autopilot Operation Speed…………………..263 KIAS or Mach .71
Min. Speed Sustained Flight in Icing Conditions (Flaps 0o)………160 KIAS
Maximum Tire Ground Speed………………………………………………..165 Knots
Maximum takeoff tailwind component………………….……………10 Kts

Weights
Maximum Ramp Weight……………………………………………………..10,800 lbs
Maximum Takeoff Weight……………………………………………………10,700 lbs
Maximum Landing Weight…………………………………………………….9,900 lbs
Zero Fuel Weight………………………………………………………………..8,400 lbs
Nose Baggage Compartment…………………………………………………..400 lbs
Tailcone Baggage Compartment………………………………………………325 lbs

Altitudes
Maximum altitude for takeoff………..…………….…………10,000 feet
Intentional Stalls Prohibited above…………………………………….18,000 feet
Maximum Altitude for Flaps or Gear Extension…………..….18,000 feet
Max Altitude with Inoperative Autopilot and Yaw Damper……8,000 feet
Maximum Operating Altitude……….….…………………………FL410

Autopilot Limits
Takeoff and Climb………………………..…………450 feet above runway
Enroute and Descent……………………………………………………1000 feet AGL
Approach (GP or GS mode)……….………….…….160 feet above runway
Approach (FLC, VS, Pit, or ALT Mode)….……..….160 feet above runway

Engine Operating Limits
ITT Takeoff 855 Max 5 Min./10 Min Single Eng.
ITT Climb and Cruise 835 Max Continuous
N1 Takeoff, Climb, Cruise 104.7 Max 5 Min./10 Min Single Eng.
N2 Takeoff, Climb, Cruise 100.0
N2 Ground Idle 46.1 Min.
N2 Flight Idle 57.4 Min.

Start
Ground Power Start……………………..28 to 29 Volts Max. 800 to 1,000 Amps
Maximum Tailwind Component……………………………………………….10 Knots
Maximum Crosswind Component…………………………………………….12 Knots
Minimum Voltage for Battery Start…………………………………………….24VDC
Minimum Oil Temperature…………………………………………………………..-30oC
Minimum Battery Temperature…………………………………………………….-18oC
If cold soaked below -40C FADEC’s must be warmed with electrical power for 3 min. followed by a power cycle of the battery
ENGINE CNTRL FAULT Message Displayed………………….Start Prohibited
If No N1 by 25% N2 …………………………………………………………………ABORT
If Engine stops accelerating for more than 30 sec…………………………ABORT
Start terminates at 45% N2
Battery Start Limits……………………………….3 Battery Engine Starts Per Hour
Engine Starter Limits………..3 Engine Starts per 30 Minutes 60 Second Rest
Min oil temperature before increase above 80% N2…………………………+10oC
Below -20oC MFD may need to operate for 10 min. before engine displays become usable
On Ground do not exceed 60% N1 with tailwind component >10 Knots
Takeoff prohibited till battery charging is 20 amps or less
Takeoff prohibited if GEO LIMITS message displayed
All displays must be operational, takeoff in reversionary mode prohibited
Cabin temp must be at 0oC for 20 min. or longer before flight above FL 240
When cabin cold soaked at -10 for 2 hours or longer if passengers on board

Hot Battery Bus
Nose Compartment light
Cabin Entry Door Light and Exit Sign
Emergency exit door light and EXIT Sign
Two right wing walkway lights
Aft baggage compartment light
MAIN BATT, AUX BATT, L GEN, R GEN Voltmeters
ELT if activated by G switch

EMER Power Items (60 min.)
PFD 1 Transponder 1 Pilot’s and Copilot’s Audio
ADC 2 NAV 1 Landing Gear Control and Ind.
AHRS 2 Cabin PA Pitot Static Heat 2
GPS 1 Flap Control AFCS Controller & Flt. director
L GTC Cabin Dump Standby Flight Display
FMS Flood Lights PFD Display Controller
COM 1

Dispatch Switch Powers
MFD COM 2 NAV 2 GPS 2 FMS
L GTC Pilot’s and Copilot’s Audio

Generator Limits
Ground ……………………………………..…………………210 Amps
Inflight below FL 350…………………………………………300 Amps
Inflight above FL 350…………………………………………250 Amps
Generators can sustain 50% overload for 2 minutes

Main battery 42 amp hour
Aux battery (nose) 16 amp hour
Stby battery (nose) stby instruments 5 amp hour

RVSM Limits
Minimum Airspeed………………………………..……………..135 KIAS
Minimum Weight………………………………………..……….7,800 Lbs.
Maximum Weight…………………………………….…………10,400 Lbs.

Ice Protection
Icing conditions exist when RAT +10oC or below and visible moisture in any form is present
All ant-ice/de-ice systems must be on inflight when in icing conditions
Tail de-ice must be off when RAT is below -35oC
Minimum N2 for effective wing anti-icing 75%
After icing encounter with inoperative tail boots max flaps 15oC
Wing/Engine anti-ice may be in ENG ONLY when SAT is below -40oC
And if visually verified that no ice is accumulating

ENG anti-ice must be ON during ground operations in icing conditions. EXCEPT I minute after engine ground start, if inadvertently turned on prior to 1 minute ENG anti-ice must be turned off for 2 minutes then turned back on.
If minor engine vibration felt during ground ops momentarily increase
N1 20-30% to assist ice shedding
Failure to operate ENG anti-ice in icing conditions may result in amber ENGINE CNTRL FAULT message due to ice on T2 probe
Inflight icing operations for extended time prohibited with flaps or gear extended
With failure of wing anti-ice, disconnect autopilot and maintain 160kias minimum till approach and landing
Takeoff limited to flaps 0 if type II, III or IV anti-ice fluid has been applied
Ground operation at greater than 75% N2 with engine, wing or windshield anti-ice on is limited to 2 minutes
Do not operate wing anti-ice ON more than 1 minute after WING A/I COLD message has cleared
Fuel
Maximum fuel…………………………….…….…….3,296 lbs./246 gallons
Imbalance Normal/Emergency………………………………….200 lbs./600 lbs.
Prist not required, Fuel transfer is wing to wing
If boost pump selected to off, transfer does not operate

Engines
Williams FJ44-1AP-21 turbofan engines 1,965 lbs. thrust
Max permissible oil consumption approximately .1 quarts per hour
Oil and fuel filters both bypass
Emergency Fuel Shutoff, if N1 shaft moves aft, FDU fuel shutoff lever closes
FADEC activates ignition for start, engine roll back or if environmental conditions warrant
Fire detection on normal DC, steel tube filled with gas and has pressure switch, if tube cools fire light will go out, one fire bottle
Pressing ENGINE FIRE switch, closes respective fuel and hydraulic firewall valve, disables generator field, arms fire bottle

General
Selection of Ground flaps in flight prohibited and not locked out
Normal Cabin Pressurization Limits…………………………………..-0.5 to 8.6 PSI
Will maintain an 8,000 ft. cabin at 41,000 ft.
Max. # of occupants in the passenger compartment 5, with belted potty 6
Hydraulic system powers landing gear, speedbrakes and flaps

Solenoid Valve Fail-Safe Position
Hydraulic loading Valve…………………….……………………OPEN
Fuel Transfer Valve……………………….……………….…..CLOSED
Engine Anti-Ice Shutoff Valves………….……….….……………OPEN
Windshield Bleed Air Valve…………….……….………………..OPEN
Wing Anti-Ice Valves…………………………..…………………OPEN
Landing Gear Control Solenoid Valve……………………….NEUTRAL
Speedbrake Safety Valve…………………………………………..OPEN
Flap Solenoid Valve………………………………………….NEUTRAL
Wing Crossflow Valve…………………………..…………….CLOSED