This article provides some guidelines on cleaning and disinfecting simulators and simulator equipment. WARNING: ONLY solutions permitted to clean avionics screens, genuine or otherwise etc. should be used. Don’t spray cleaners directly onto the item. Don’t get moisture into any openings. Use caution when cleaning polycarbonate lenes covering the CGI (Computer Generated Instruments). Recommendations Frasca […]
This procedure is used to replace an Actuator (FPN178343) in the Cueing System.
This procedure is used to replace a Pneumatic Arm (FPN178344) in the Cueing System.
Pneumatic Arm Locks are applied to the platform in the case of an Actuator failure.
Actuator Locks are applied to the platform in the case of an Actuator failure. The locks are required as a safety for maintenance procedures.
On the Cueing System, a safety valve is included on the Cylinder Valve Manifold. The Cylinder Valve Manifold supplies air to the Pneumatic Arms.
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The Actuators have a grease Zerk on the end of the rod. After every 300 hours of operation 5 grams of 182436-1 (Kluberplex BEM 34-132, 400 Gram Cartridge) need to be applied to the grease Zerk on each Actuator.
In the event that an Actuator needs to be replaced or loses its center point, the HW Axes tab provides a means to resample and save the Actuator zero position.
Each Actuator can be commanded in position from the Actuators tab. Six sections exist, one for each Actuator.