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a) When the SID says you can (e.g., maintain 375 feet per nautical mile to 14,000).
b) When you are at the MEA for the particular leg of the SID.
 

amorris311

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i would say look in your jepp book. or in the beginning section of your jepp plates. if you cant find it there look at the sid. as explained before when the limit is reached then you can climb at whatever you want.
 
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AIM 5-2-8 (c) 3 for those climb gradients steeper than the standard 200' per NM.
Higher than standard climb gradients are specified by a note on the departure procedure chart for graphic DPs, or in the Take-Off Minimums and (Obstacle) Departure Procedures section of the U.S. Terminal Procedures booklet for textual ODPs. The required climb gradient, or higher, must be maintained to the specified altitude or fix, then the standard climb gradient of 200 ft/NM can be resumed.

AIM 5-2-8 (b) 1 for the standard 200' per NM climb.
1. Unless specified otherwise, required obstacle clearance for all departures, including diverse, is based on the pilot crossing the departure end of the runway at least 35 feet above the departure end of runway elevation, climbing to 400 feet above the departure end of runway elevation before making the initial turn, and maintaining a minimum climb gradient of 200 feet per nautical mile (FPNM), unless required to level off by a crossing restriction, until the minimum IFR altitude.

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