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Closed loop system

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Kevin Fairgrieve20/07/2018 21:45:29
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I am about to undertake the refurb of a Flair hannibal.

Topical as it is covered in this month's magazine.

I am unsure as to the layout of the closed loop system for rudder and elevator.

Does anyone have any picture's of there installations.

Thanks in advance.

Kev

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Geoff Sleath21/07/2018 01:39:30
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Not sure about the Hannibal but the closed loops for the elevator halves on my DB Gypsy Moth are controlled by one servo with the wires fed down 4 snake outers (2 up and 2 down - the elevators halves are totally separate) from the servo to where they exit the fuselage. With your fuselage uncovered it will be easy to install suitable feeds.

The rudder closed loop is from a cross servo bar with the wires both completely outside the fuselage as the full size. The Hannibal will be different I suppose.

Geoff

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