Otto Controls has been making the switches used in a majority of military and commercial flight grips manufactured for the last 40 years. Otto has evolved from a switch supplier into a major gri supplier with flight grips in numerous military and commercial aircraft. These rugged grips are the same as our military qualified grips but without the expensive threaded connector. Grips have a 1.15"ID which can be adapted to a 3/4" or 7/8" joystick with separate sleeves sold below.
Note: Made in accordance with MIL-DTL-25561.
Used to replace the existing Bell 206 cyclic grip. Easy installation with a great assortment of electrical switches for accessory operation.
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Per the manufacturer, there is no left hand version available.
Yes, the trigger switch on grip 11-00751 is a double detent.
Both the Cobra and B8 stick grips offer the same functions. The only difference is a slightly different design. We have added dimensional drawings to both of these parts for a reference.
Yes, all switches and trim hat are included.
There is no wiring coming out the bottom of the grip. The buttons / triggers have terminals that will need to be wired into the aircraft. Wire must be purchased separately.
It is normally open.