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What indication and where it will appear in case of one of LGCIU (landing gear control and interface unit) is inoperative?

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  • $\begingroup$ Could you maybe explain what LGCIU is and what aircraft you are talking about? I assume A320 Landing Gear Control Interface Unit since that is what shows up first on Google, but we cannot be sure. $\endgroup$ – Bianfable Jun 25 at 20:09
  • $\begingroup$ you a right, yes a320, thank you. I've added the info $\endgroup$ – Victor Chernobay Jun 25 at 20:58
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ECAM "WHEEL" page LGCIU

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A320 ECAM "WHEEL" page

The answer: The LGCIUs (landing gear control and interface unit) receive position information from the landing gear, cargo doors, and landing flap systems and process gear and door position, sequencing, control, and gear lever selection.

When one of two LGCIU is inoperative (№6) amber XXXs in the triangle - indicates that one LGCIU has failed.

... Source: http://www.a320dp.com/A320_DP/landing-gear/sys-12.2.0.html

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  • $\begingroup$ Could you provide attribution for the image? $\endgroup$ – 0xdd Jun 25 at 20:59

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