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Eaglesoft Development Group: Citation II SP/2 C551 Operating Manual

Cessna/Citation II C551 SP/2

Operating Manual
by

Eaglesoft Development Group
Bill Leaming & Bob Hayes Ron Hamilton, President
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Eaglesoft Development Group: Citation II SP/2 C551 Operating Manual

Introduction
Thank you for your purchase of the Eaglesoft Citation II SP/2. We hope you enjoy flying her as much aswe have enjoyed building this aircraft. The Citation II SP/2 is also known as the Model C-551, which is a singlepilot certified, twin engine business jet. Our model represents a recently refurbished, 1985 aircraft, which has already provided a long service life. This “Introduction” chapter will introduce the 2d panel, mousepoints, and discuss briefly the major instruments. Detailed information oninstrumentation will be covered in Chapter Two: Operating Manual, and Chapter Three: EHSI. Chapter Four will cover Specifications, Operating Limitations, and Weight & Balance. Main Panel:

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This is a view of the main 2d panel, after the Master Battery and Avionics have been turned on. There are three “hotspots” on the 2d panel, described as follows: 1) Toggles on/off a zoomed viewof the Engine/Electrical subpanels. 2) Toggles on/off a view of the Course and Heading subpanel, which is normally found on the center throttle console. 3) Toggles on/off the Simicons, which themselves will open/close various subpanels and popups.
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Eaglesoft Development Group: Citation II SP/2 C551 Operating Manual

Introduction
Main Panel:

In the picture above, all three of the“hotspots” have been activated, so you can see the zoomed view of the Engine/Electrical subpanel, the AP/YD Master + Pitch + Rudder (Yaw) electrical trim controls, and finally, the Simicons subpanel. Please take note that every switch, knob and button on this panel features “custom tooltips,” which will clearly identify the control by name, and in the case of many, will provide a “digital readout” of thevalue (such as Airspeed, Airspeed Bug, Altimeter Kohlsman setting [both inHg and MB], Heading, Course, etc.), so even though the text on the panel is small, there is no reason for despair! It was decided that our dedication to producing an authentic, true-to-scale representation of the actual aircraft’s panel was something we weren’t willing to abandon, so I’ve taken great pains to make sure thatevery control is easily identifiable. Once you’ve become accustomed to the panel, you might wish to switch off the “custom tooltips” via the FS Options menu. It is your choice!

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Eaglesoft Development Group: Citation II SP/2 C551 Operating Manual

Introduction
Main Panel: Display/Hide Engine/Electrical subpanel Display/Hide Pressurization subpanel Display/Hide Throttle QuadrantDisplay/Hide ADI & EHSI “Zoomed View” Display/Hide Engine/Electrical subpanel Getting Started Quickly: The following procedure is not an official checklist, but rather is written so that the interminably anxious can get the aircraft model started quickly and simply for their initial “test flight!” :) 1) Click on the X to open the Simicons subpanel, and click on the E-Arrow button to open the Eng/Elecpanel. 2) Click on the “Airplane” button to open the Throttle Quad subpanel. 3) Turn on Master Battery and Avionics switches. 4) Make sure the Parking Brake is set (Ctrl-period). 5) Turn on the Right Ignition switch, and then click on the Right Engine Start (round yellow button). 6) As the engine spools up, click TWICE just below the Right Power Lever to switch ON the fuel valves. The knob will moveUP to the Idle detent. (Note: if you have a CH Yoke or other “mixture control”, make sure it is fully forward!) 7) After the Right engine is started, switch OFF the R Ignition switch, and turn ON the L Ignition switch. 8) Press the yellow L engine Starter button, and click TWICE just below the Left Power Lever to open fuel flow, just as you did before. 9) Switch OFF the L Ignition switch, and...
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