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Working on trim : Ray allen servo with a 0$ switch coming from Peugeot 205 electric window switch, tested it, works perfectly, i do not have the level gauge but i assume a visual check neutral in preflight.

the servo will be inserted and bolted on a wood plate i made before covering

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the tab is an assembly of a piece of trailing edge riveted with a U sheet

 

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Looks good ,will there be a travel limit so if in the unlikely event of a stuck switch runaway you can still fly the plane?With the electric window switch,is the load limit built into the switch or is it somehow in the mechanism .This probably isn't an issue with the trim but I have often wondered if they could be used to control an ivo prop.

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the end of course is in servo , it stops automatically in the two directions

on the allen paper, they say put 1amp fuse on the line, that's all. btw ray allen switch is very near mine. it's mechanical switch inverter

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