The purpose of this Aviation Information Services (AIS) LLC website is to help Canadair CRJ200 pilots connect to the Red Triangle Productions (RTP) LLC company web site to enable the pilot to find the CRJ200 training materials and study guides. These superlative CRJ200 CBT digital pilot handbooks are trademarked as Visual Oral Switch-Light Guides (VOSLG). Every pilot assigned to fly the CRJ200 will need to understand how all the cockpit lights and switches work, and how all the airplane systems operate. Since 1999 Red Triangle Productions LLC has created the most unique and innovative switch-light guides and system study guides ever seen in aviation. Pilots in over 500 airlines, companies, agencies, associations and governments around the world use these Canadair CRJ200 training guides. Some of these aviation organizations are: all the legacy airlines, FAA, NASA, IATA, JAA, and all major international flag carriers. Many flight schools use these CRJ200 system training and cockpit panel study guides. RTP specializes in creating downloads which use Information Mapping™ to facilitate easy assimilation of the required knowledge. They are all immediately available at:
These interactive CRJ200 CBT (Computer Based Training) light-switch guides with hyperlinks to and from the associated Canadair CRJ200 airplane system diagrams, schematics and synoptics, provide all the necessary information for successful pilot training in a CRJ200 initial ground school, Canadair CRJ200 recurrent training, CRJ200 simulator and CRJ200 Type Ratings. Go to You Tube, www.youtube.com and type in “rtpllc” to see videos of how the downloads work.
The CRJ200 is identical to the CRJ100 model except the CRJ200 was upgraded to a more efficient engine, the CF34-3B1 engine. The Bombardier’s Canadair Regional Jet (RJ) was based on the Canadair Challenger design, which was purchased by Canadair from Learjet in 1976. The wide fuselage of the Challenger seats 2 passengers on each side of the aisle. The formal launch of the Canadair RJ program was in the spring of 1989. Bombardier bought Canadair and kept the name. The CRJ100 performed its first flight on 10 May 1991. To make the CRJ100 the Challenger was stretched 5.92 meters (19 feet 5 inches). Also added were fuselage sections fore and aft of the wing, two more emergency exit doors, and a modified reinforced wing. Typical seating was 50 passengers, with the maximum being 52. The CRJ100 features a Collins ProLine 4 avionics suite, Collins weather radar, older GE CF34-3A1 turbofans with 41.0 kN (4,180 kgp / 9,220 lbf), new wings with extended span, more fuel capacity, and improved landing gear to handle the higher weights. It was followed by the CRJ100 ER variation with 20% more range, and the CRJ100 LR option with 40% more range than the standard CRJ100. The CRJ 100 SE sub-variant was produced to more closely meet the needs of corporate and executive operators. About 945 CRJ100 and CRJ200 aircraft (all variants) have been in airline service.
At the bottom of this page is a list of all the Canadair CRJ200 contents in the CRJ200 Visual Oral Switch-Light Guides™ (VOSLG).
The CRJ200 VOSLG flows in the pattern of the typical FAA (JAA) Oral Exam that follows an initial ground school and Type Rating. We only teach what is essential. We spoon feed you only the necessary stuff. We don’t explain how the CRJ200 lavatory flushes the water. CRJ200 FAA Orals usually don’t ask about Flight Attendant galley fixtures. We don’t want you to have to “unmemorize” anything, either. Every airline has their own set of CRJ200 checklist flows, policies, procedures, & memory items – we don’t teach it and wouldn’t be able to stay up with the changes.
The Canadair CRJ200 interactive downloads are created for the pilot in the cockpit, not in the classroom. We show you how to command and master the CRJ200.
The VOSLGs were created using the Information Mapping™ technical writing style. And they are in COLOR. This is so much better than black and white pilot handbooks, ground school documents, and flight school aircraft operating manuals. Many ground schools use old photocopied manuals passed down from and through several faded editions. The VOSLG greatly eases and facilitates the learning and understanding of the large volume of data and information the pilot must master… and you will Master it.
Near every A320 item is a RED TRIANGLE. There is no need to even click on an item. Just put your mouse near the RED TRIANGLE and a pop-up appears explaining why the light illuminates (in COLOR) and the switch’s function.
Many training departments use lengthy modular slides shows, some with voice-overs and recordings that cannot be silenced nor allow fast forwarding. And you cannot just go back any specific item without going through the modules and subsets of chapters. Not so in the VOSLGs: everything is about one or two clicks away. And all the data is repeated in every related place. To the LEFT of a cockpit switch panel are the pop-ups explaining those associated aircraft systems. To the RIGHT of the panel are hyperlinks to the respective diagrams and schematics. The CRJ200 System descriptions are repeated everywhere so you do not have to hunt for the information you need. Everything where you might logically think to find and want it!! Hyperlinks are everywhere & to anywhere. Everything that is related is connected: between panels, diagrams & schematics, and synoptics. All data is interlaced. No more searching for that single sentence about a critical item of knowledge. All the Information is Mapped.
The upper left corner of every sheet has a direct link to
the Table of Contents (TOC). Everything is
available at the TOC. But when in the
cockpit areas, to get to a System, just to the right of the cockpit panel, are
the associated hyperlinks to the respective diagrams and schematics. In many of the Systems we illustrate numerous
situations. We show all known
And you can go in reverse. Thus, from any diagram and schematic there are reverse links to any and all related cockpit switch panels and synoptic displays. Everything is in COLOR, too!
In fact, one Testimonial says: "I'm in the middle of my little bus Initial at US Air and the three weeks I studied with your program before I went to school made all the difference in the world.... I'm home on the breaks relaxing while my 3 other classmates are still in CLT banging their heads. Thanks for a great program!" -- C. H.
There is no waiting for these Canadair CRJ200 electronic pilot handbooks and digital flight manuals. Upon purchase you will receive an email with a link to immediately download the CRJ200 study guide. You do not need to wait for a Canadair CRJ200 CD in the snail mail. And, the Standard Edition guarantees you will receive in a lifetime of FREE Revisions and Updates. www.redtriangle.com.
Books, manuals and CD/DVDs are obsolete with the next revision! Our Copies are available anytime on request. If your PC crashes, or you get a new laptop, you get FREE CRJ200 COPIES.
Each VOSLG© is made by an instructor pilot. We type every letter and draw every line! We do not copy and paste manufacturer’s production manuals. We tear apart the paragraphs and sentences and use Information Mapping™ to reassemble the data to you can learn it by reading it just once. Ground school and initial training, recurrent training and Type Ratings are stressful. We remove all the unnecessary pressure.
We are pilots - we know what you need. Slide rule engineers with pocket-protectors are reluctantly forced at some point in production to write down “how it works” for you, the CRJ200 pilot, who will need to fly it. They might understand a bunch of Greek symbols on their calculators and have memorized the tenth digit of π, but they make a mess of it telling you, “the switch on the panel switches on the pump and the light is on when the pump is off unless you turned the pump off, or had a switch fault, or an over temperature and/or under pressure pump condition(s) that existed at the time a transfer of power interrupted the automatic shut down of the pump through the alternate command override except on <insert some tail numbers here> when greater than -40°C and not in ground effect.” And they throw in a bunch of acronyms derived from a translation of a foreign language with a different alphabet. These mysteries you might find (maybe) in various chapters, or in front of the manual, or after the index, or anywhere, or nowhere. Now you’re confused. Suddenly, you’re half way through ground school and you were hoping to catch up on yesterday’s confusing material, and complete that reading assignment from two days ago, and complete tomorrow’s chapters…. We know the feeling. We put all the Acronyms in one easy place, and always identify them up front and first in the pop-ups.
Information Mapping™ teaches data at several level of learning simultaneously. We use literary techniques and presentation methods that facilitate understanding in the conscious and subconscious.
Detail, Clarity, Concise,
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Speaking of Differences – we clearly point out all DIFFERENCES so you clearly see and understand them – just like NOTES, CAUTIONS and WARNINGS! We also include as many of the airline Options for the aircraft as we can learn about. The website has many Free Extras sent to us by pilots, and we are always looking to add more. If you have any CRJ200 tips, tricks or techniques, CRJ200 grounds school or CRJ200 simulator training notes, or “there I was” stories, etc., then share them with us! We have are always ready to pass on helpful CRJ200 information!
We made these CRJ200 Visual Oral Switch-Light Guides™ to operate on any computer. No special memory, or speeds, or processor, or any other attributes are required by your PC or laptop. Even the computers of the last Century with Windows 3.1 OS and Microsoft Office 1995 can handle them. MAC users can use Apple Office 11, or Parallels, or other Windows emulating programs.
WELCOME EXCEL INSTRUCTIONS
QUICK LINKS TOC
FWD SIDE PANELS
PRIMARY FLT DISPLAY
NAV ROSE DISPLAY
WX TCAS GPWS WINDSHEAR
NAV EXPANDED DISPLAY
EICAS PRIMARY DISPLAY
EICAS SECONDARY DISPLAY
FORWARD CENTER PEDESTAL
VHF COMM SCHEMATIC
FLIGHT CONTROL DIAGRAMS
AIR COND & PRESS DIAGRAMS
FLIGHT CONTROLS SYNOPTIC
Captain Todd Michael Edwards
Owner, AIS LLC & RTP LLC