|Object Name:||Flight Path Deviation Indicator|
|Division:||Eclipse-Pioneer [of Bendix]|
|Year of Manufacture:||circa 1965|
|Location:||Triple Shelf Unit R (indicators) [Main Store]|
Indicator, Flight Path Deviation
18V & 26V 400 cycles
Type No. 7233-3A16D4
Wt. 5.5 Lbs. Max.
Serial No. 2111070
The Bendix Corporation
Tereboro, New Jersey
Made in U.S.A.
Ref No. 6TK4543009
AS 78 Insp.
EBL.R. July. 05
The course deviation indicator has a rotating compass card behind a fixed aircraft silhouette and lubber line. A marker and digital counter may be used to set desired course against the compass card and a heading marker is provided. Linked with the course marker and occupying the centre of the dial is a left/right needle which provides simple VOR/ILS deviation information. It rotates with the course marker to give a semi-pictorial indication of the relationship of the aircraft to a VOR or ILS beam. A normal glide-slope deviation needle remains horizontally aligned. The pilot thus has a "straight" plan-position indicator and a computing director instrument.
The Ref. No. 6TK4543009 is on the instrument which was probably built by Elliotts under licence from Bendix. The Instrument was repaired at Rochester in July 2005.