Ahhh! You’ve discovered those LGCIUs!
All Hell in a cacophony breaks loose alarm-wise if you have to ever reset them. Only ever done on the ground, of course, according to the QRH reset table. They are tied up with so much. It would be positively dangerous to do it in flight, LOL!
I was just thinking about this, insomuch as your guide goes, and reading between the lines of your post. There are a lot of these types of “gotchas!” with the Airbus that could really send your work (and readers) down many needless rabbit holes if you stray off SOP. It is not that I am assuming by any means that you are trying to reinvent the wheel, in the least, but the Airbus is one aircraft that is flown strictly by the book. For example, if you were trying to test the spoilers on the ground for function, then the SOP control check does this for you (excepting only the inboard spoiler, which in a way are being tested because they are being commanded to not function by their respective SEC. Welcome to Airbus logic!). In short, your best bet is to stick to the procedures as the FCOM establishes, and make them “interpret-able” to sim users of other types. They make sense, and cover all that you need to fly safe and efficiently.
It is my two cents, to save you such headaches.
(Of course, if you are doing those deviations for your own comprehension, familiarization, and synthesis, then it can only be encouraged. However, I would avoid taking your guide readers there. If they are curious enough, they’ll research it themselves once you’ve hooked their interest, LOL!)