|Object Name:||Rotary Actuator|
|Manufacturer:||Lucas Aerospace/Marconi Avionics|
|Year of Manufacture:||circa 1980|
|Location:||Main Object Store|
Lucas Aerospace Ltd.
Serial No 0444
Load 44 lbf
A.C. Motors - Volts 115 Phase 1
Amps .15 Cycles 400
D.C. Clutch 25V
Potentiometer Volts +12.0, -12
Customers Code No 60-022-01
N.A.T.O. Code 6TU/6615-99-637-0008
Modifications Incorporated 1, 2 & 3
The British Army ordered over 100 Westland Aerospatiale Lynx for a variety of roles, from tactical transport to armed escort, antitank warfare , reconnaissance and casualty evacuation. The Lynx AH.1 first entered service with the Army Air Corps (AAC) in 1979.
Four Rotary Actuators form part of the Mk34 AFCS system which provides attitude stabilization in the pitch and roll axes. Stabilization demands are fed to limited authority series actuators which in turn drive the main powered flying controls. In the yaw axis the system operates as a yaw rate damping system to stabilise the aircraft during manual and automatic flight. The Rotary Actuators provide a rotary output of nominally ±60o for autopilot functions. They are controlled directly from the pilot’s stick switch in pitch and roll for trim adjustments in those axes.
Manufacturer: Marconi Elliott Avionics
Date: 1979-1989 and on