Vernier-Assist™ Throttle Controls for Dual Carburetor 912/914 Series Rotax Engines
Dual Throttle Control with 1/16" dia 1x7 twisted stainless steel wire ends.
Innovative design allows a neat, clean installation without a clunky splitter box
This type of control has all the fine adjustment benefits of an old style push-button release vernier control, with the simplicity, responsiveness and jam-proof safety of a friction lock control.
Light weight and compact behind the panel
Safer - No vernier threads to jam!
US Patent No. 8,485,057
These light weight controls use a patent pending drive mechanism. The roller action vernier provides smooth, jam-proof coarse and fine adjustment without a release button. Coarse adjustments are made by pushing the knob inwards or pulling the knob outwards. Fine adjustments are made by rotating the knob clockwise or counterclockwise.
These controls are not for use on certified aircraft, or for flight controls or flight control trim tabs.
Super-smooth friction lock
Quality all metal construction
High temperature Teflon™ lined for smooth, consistent control
(Cheapy controls with poly liners will not tolerate engine temperatures)
Available in 4, 6, 8, 12 foot and custom lengths
Measured from panel fitting to end of conduit, wires extend at least 6 inches beyond conduit
Easily trimmed to length
Includes P/N 6408 hardware kit
Versatile threaded conduit terminals for easy adjustment (M6x1-6g x 1 inch thread)
Adjustable cable stops to limit travel
Two knob styles available: Ball (-B) or standard barrel shape
Manufactured to the same quality standards as McFarlane's FAA-PMA parts
Panel Fitting: 3/4-16 UNF x 0.875 inch thread
Slip Fit Conduit Terminals: 2 each with M6x1-6g x 1 inch thread
Conduit: 0.188 inch OD Teflon™ lined wound conduit
Inner Wire: Heavy duty 0.062 inch diameter, 1x7 stainless steel twisted wire per MIL-DTL-87161
Travel (stroke): 3.5 inch maximum
Design Work Loads:
Push: Not applicable (designed for pull loads only)
Pull: 10 lbs maximum
Typical Locking Force: 1 to 10 lbs (locking force dependent on friction lock engagement)