It's believed the flight crew in yesterday's incident detected low oil pressure in the gearbox within minutes of take-off.
What does LPOIL stand for?
LPOIL stands for Low Oil Pressure
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Engine warnings you can expect to see should anything go badly include overheat, over-rev, low oil pressure, check engine (with diagnostic coding displayed), and low battery voltage.
The 32-hp 1,800-rpm engine is EPA Tier 4i-rated and includes protection for low oil pressure and high temperatures.
After shutdown the oil level indicator was reading well below normal, and maintenance continued to investigate the cause of the low oil pressure and level.
Safety features include a low oil pressure shut-off and high temperature shut-off (Kubota diesel), low oil shut-off (Kohler and Honda gasoline), low water shut-off, antifreeze system, balanced trailer load, cyclone water trap, and curbside controls for use and service.
He was flying past Aras an Uachtarain when a low oil pressure light came on and he decided to make an emergency landing.