|Object Name:||Pitch Feel Sensor|
|Division:||Transport Aircraft Controls [TACD]|
|Year of Manufacture:||1972|
|Location:||Rack RAA02 [Main Store]|
Elliott Bendix SFENA
Unit: Pitch Feel Sensor
Ser No 003/C
Code 66 266 030 00 Elliott
The Feel Sensor produces a two-wire synchro signal as a function of the feel displacement from the zero feel force position for use in the electric trim system when the autopilot is operative . The unit is mounted on the artificial feel chassis.
The sensor includes synchros for channels 1 and 2 command and monitor computing lanes. Specialised design techniques are used to minimise the common failure probability.
This seems to be a part of the Pitch Feel Sensor seen in C1092. The lack of a formal part number suggests that it is an early or experimental unit. The given dimensions exclude the 263mm long pivoted link arm.