Ray Allen trim systems were designed specifically for experimental aircraft. Ray Allen servos are small enough to fit in individual control surfaces or can be used with lighweight springs acting directly on the control system.
Ray Allen trim systems also come with RS2 rocker switches and RP4 LED indicators. All Ray Allen indicators operate off of feedback sensors located inside the servo. These feedback sensors are purposefully isolated from the power supply to the servo motor to guard against possible electronic failure. Ray Allen trim systems also come with a RC8-7 clevis/pushrod kit.
Ray Allen has three different T2 and T3 servos available:
T2-7A Trim System has .7" (17mm) travel
T2-10A Trim System has 1.0" (26mm) travel
T3-12A Trim System has 1.2" (31 mm) travel
In addition, we also have available the T4-5 Trim System which has .5 inch (13mm) travel. This servo does not have a compatible indicator.
Got this for my 701. Not in full use yet but is installed. Looks like its gonna work perfectly. Kit included everything except the control surface and wire.
T2-10A SERVO SYS.W/FULL POS IN
Per the manufacture they have seen KR2 aircraft go with the T2-7A 11-11505 or the T2-10A 11-11605.
Approx dims: 2-7/16" L x 2" W x 1-1/16" D.
Per the manufacturer: The width of the clevis on the trim tab end is .437"
These trim motors run on 12-14VDC. You will need to use part number 11-02036 to converter from 28V to 12V.
Yes, we will be carrying them very soon. Pricing will be posted on our web site as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience.
These come with a one year warranty.
No, the WC3 teflon wire will be an extra cost.
No, the t2-7a servo from ray allen is not a direct replacement for the pet-1. Please note that the t2-7a is not a certified product.
Yes, please look at p/n: 11-16285