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TCW Safety-Trim Autopilot Servo Booster

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Overview

Designed for standard electric trim servos, the Safety-Trim Intelligent Servo Controller (Safety-Trim) is an electronic speed control system for experimental aircraft. Safety Trim Servo Booster is designed specifically to receive input commands from compatible autopilot systems, such as the Garmin G3X GSA 28 or a traditional DPDT type rocker switch. Safety Trim Servo Booster operates DC electric servo motors up to 10 amps of rate current.

Features

  • Electronic servo controller with speed control run-away protection
  • Time limited operation prevents trim servo run-away conditions
  • Servo travel limited to 3 seconds per trim switch actuation
  • Reverse function switch allows pilot to recover from a stuck or failed trim switch
  • Eliminates many other components, no extra relay decks or speed controllers needed
  • Very simple wiring, no extra parts needed for pilot and co-pilot trim switches
  • Short circuit proof, reverse polarity protected
  • For Experimental aircraft only NOT TSO'd
  • Made in USA -- patented

Specifications

ST-1-12V-10A-BSTR ST-1-24V-10A-BSTR
Input voltage: 10-15 Vdc 20-30 Vdc
Output voltage: PWM follows autopilot signals PWM follows autopilot signals
Output current: 10 amps max, DC motor drive 10 amps max, DC motor drive
Input signal: Direct autopilot connection Direct autopilot connection
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