This article provides some guidelines on cleaning and disinfecting simulators and simulator equipment.
If you have an error on one Control Loading axis (for example, Elevator), you can identify which of the Elevator axis Control Loading components is causing the error by swapping components and retesting. If the error follows the swapped component to a different axis (for example, to the Aileron axis), you will know that component is faulty.
Center the pulley, then hand tighten the Centering Bolts to hold the actuator in place.
Power down the simulator if is running. Locate the Control Loading Actuator.
To check the network connection properties to ensure proper communications with the Trainer Network, the following procedure may be used:
Maintenance schedule for the ECL2, and ECL3 Control Loading systems.
Check Friction is used to check for changes in hardware friction. The idea is to help identify hardware components that might be wearing out. If significant additional friction is noticed on an axis, then the hardware should be inspected.
Review the Flight Control Reference (Contact Frasca for the Flight Control Reference Document) document to understand how the force needs to be calibrated.
Review the Flight Control Reference document (Contact Frasca for the Flight Control Reference Document) to understand how the position needs to be calibrated.
Run and connect Control Loading Manager. Click the Update Null Force Offsets button in Control Loading Manager.