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Rotor Speed (N R )
110     Maximum (>110 red)
106-110     Transient operation (yellow)
106     High rotor warning annunciat
95-105     Normal operation (green)
0-94     Transient operation (red)
ENG1 or 2 OIL PRESSURE (PSI)
HYDRAULIC PRESSURE (PSI)
What is a start cycle?
A starting cycle is the interval from start initiation and acceleration of the output drive shaft, from zero rpm, to starter dropout. The 60 second delay between start attempts applies when the first attempt is aborted for any reason and it applies regardless of the duration of the first attempt. If motoring is required for an emergency, the 60 second delay does not apply.
Engine Starts At Ambient Temperatures
of 61° F (16° C) and Below.
Two consecutive start cycles may be made, followed by a 3 minute rest period,
followed by two additional consecutive start cycles. A 30 minute rest period is then required before any addi-tional starts.
Engine Starts At Ambient Temperatures
Above 61° F (16° C).
Two consecutive start cycles may be made. A 30 minute rest period is then required before any additional starts.
Dual Engine Starts
Dual engine starts are prohibited due to insufficient IPAS air.
Engine Temperature Limitations 701C

Engine Temperature Limitations 701CC With (AWR)
Engine Power Turbine Speed (NP)
Engine Gas Generator (NG)
Engine Torque  (With NR <50%)
Engine Torque  (With NR <90%)
Engine Torque  (Dual Engine)
Engine Torque  (Single Engine)
AUXILIARY POWER UNIT (APU) OPERATING LIMITS



APU Operating Limitations
(Start 30sec - Start 20min - Start)  No more then 3 starts per hour APU operation is prohibited during normal flight. After a fault or aborted start, wait 30 seconds after APU has stopped before attempting another start. After 2 consecutive start attempts, wait 20 minutes before third start attempt. No more than 3 start attempts are permitted in one hour.
Extended APU Ground Operations
During
prolonged ground operations greater than 30 minutes,
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