|Combined with a Ray Allen indicator, this sensor can be used to measure the position of wing flaps, cowl flaps, or many other mechanisms.Small enough to be installed anywhere, (note: T2 & T3 servos have their own built-in sensors) 1.2" travel.|
Purchased this to provide position indication of my speed brake. Tied into my MGL iEFIS.
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The difference is the length of travel. The POS-12 is 1.2" travel. The POS-5 is 0.5" travel. If you unsure which one to use for your application, please verify with sales at 877-477-7823.
Per the manufacturer, the POS-12 does not consume any energy because as it is just a sensor. You would need to find the voltage of whatever device you have connected to this sensor.
No, this sensor must be protected from water in order to function.
Yes, the D120 will interface with the POS-12 to show trim position.
Yes, both the D120 and D100 are able to display trim position from a sensor such as the POS-12.
The distance between the 2 holes (center to center) is approximately 2-5/16".
Orange wire: Connects to Orange wire of RP4 LED indicator.
Blue wire: Connects to Blue wire of RP4 LED indicator.
Green wire: Connects to Green wire of RP4 LED indicator.