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First Generation V-22 Thrust Grip



Created for the first generation V-22 Osprey airplane, this thrust grip controls airspeed, nacelle direction (between VTOL and flight modes), as well as ECM and spotlight controls. This aluminum body grip is ideal for cockpit applications, land systems applications, and cargomaster applications.

With locations for two potentiometers, this grip is an exceptional choice for remote positioning operations while retaining many of the classic features needed in aerospace thrust grips.





Features  · Specifications

Features
  • Original design for revolutionary V-22 thrust controls and wing/engine direction controls.
  • Ergonomic design reduces fatigue and improves response time between functions.
  • Complies with all appropriate MIL-Spec tests.
  • Qualified by similarity or laboratory testing.
  • Two-piece cast aluminum design simplifies switch replacement and maintenance.
  • Left-hand multi-function control grip design.
  • Engraving and marking available on all surfaces.
  • Flying lead wire (typically 60”) or connector mounting available.
  • Switch locations that are not required can be plugged to present a uniform, smooth surface.




Specifications

Optional Switches1

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S-1 : Potentiometer switch - shown here with large raised-ridge wheel (L/R).
S-2 : Shrouded pushbutton switch, protected to prevent accidental actuation.

S-3 : Mini 5-way with castle cap switch controls landing/searchlight slew.

S-4 : Mini 4-way with castle cap switch controls chaff/flare/ECM functions.

S-5 : Triple redundant potentiometer switch - shown with raised-ridge wheel (AFT/FWD).

S-6 : Pushbutton switch (rear centerline location) governs altitude hold functions.
1 Click on link to view typical schematic.


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·  Front View

·  Side View

·  First Generation V-22 Application


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