The annunciators automatically reset to maximum brightness if:
The main aircraft power (both DC generators) is OFF .
The INSTRUMENT PANEL light switch is rotated clockwise.
The MASTER light switch is off.
The MASTER light switch is ON and the PILOT INSTRUMENTS LIGHT switch is OFF .
(1) Warning Annunciator Panel. The warning annunciator panel (Fig. 2-41), located near the center of
the instrument panel, embedded in the glareshield, contains red fault annunciators. Illumination of a red fault
annunciator signiies the existence of a hazardous condition requiring pilot attention. Table 2-6 lists the red fault
(2) Master warning annunciator (red). Two MASTER WARNING annunciators, one located on each side
of the glareshield 2-10, are provided to alert the crew of a hazardous condition. Anytime a warning annuncia-
tor illuminates, the MASTER WARNING annunciator will illuminate, and will stay illuminated until the MASTER
WARNING annunciator is reset. If a new condition occurs, the annunciator will be reactivated, and the applicable
annunciator panel annunciator(s) will illuminate.
(3) Caution/Advisory Annunciator Panel. The caution advisory annunciator panel, located on the center
subpanel (Fig. 2-42), contains the caution/advisory annunciators. The amber caution annunciators signify a con-
dition requiring pilot attention. A green advisory annunciator indicates a functional condition. Table 2-7 lists the
caution/advisory annunciators and their cause for illumination.
(4) Master caution annunciator (amber). Two, MASTER CAUTION annunciators, one located on each
side of the glareshield, adjacent to the MASTER WARNING annunciator (Fig. 2-10), are provided to alert the crew
of a situation, other than hazardous, requiring the crews attention. Whenever a caution annunciator illuminates,
the MASTER CAUTION annunciator will illuminate, and stay illuminated until the MASTER CAUTION annunciator
is reset. If a new condition occurs, the annunciator will be reactivated and the appropriate annunciator(s) will
(5) Mission Annunciator Panel. The mission annunciator panel, located on the right cockpit sidewall (Fig.
4-1), contains mission equipment annunciators and some annunciators which involve light operations. Table 2-8
lists the mission annunciators and their cause for illumination.