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Hello.

I present to you the new mechanics for the throttle.

The peculiarity is that the movement of the handle is straightforward.

This option has a 150mm stroke.

This indicator can be both reduced and increased using shafts of appropriate length.

The length of the required shafts is "handle stroke" + 100mm.

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Fantastic! I'd love a customized version that would be close to the Gripens throttle, if it's possible with a idle cutoff "click" and afterburner detent at 10cm in, then I'm sold!

 

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Linear (rail) mechanics with electronics.

This is impressive. I designed a linear throttle mechanism that used linear slide rails, but I didn't realize that hall effect sensors could sense multiple rotations. I thought that they would only be able to read from 0-360 degrees. This inspires me to change my design--Thank you for sharing your work!

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This is impressive. I designed a linear throttle mechanism that used linear slide rails, but I didn't realize that hall effect sensors could sense multiple rotations. I thought that they would only be able to read from 0-360 degrees. This inspires me to change my design--Thank you for sharing your work!

 

Sensors with a controller from Volodya "Komaroff" from Kharkov are capable of such a “miracle” (three turns on a magnetic sensor).

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Which throttles are linear IRL?

 

I did not assemble completely finished throttles on linear mechanics. There was no order.

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The Gripen and some russian aircraft atleast, russians also have some linear dual throttles

 

Yes everything is correct.

I did not immediately understand the question.

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Are there any benefits? I would assume it takes up less space and is easier to fit into a simple enclosure like everything else on the aircraft?

 

 

I wonder if Typhoon is like that:

 

 

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no, takes up more space.

the only “plus” for me is that the hand does not bend in the crafted positions of the lever and using buttons and stuff on the handle is always equally convenient.

 

But what is the price of such a block?


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Rail mechanics with a rod locking mechanism in any pre-selected travel position.

 

On one mechanic, you can use several racks of limiters.

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Is the rod that turns the sensors all thread?

 

On these mechanics, I use a sensor and controller that can handle up to five turns of a magnet.

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Throttle "rail" on one lever with limiters "idle" and "afterburner".

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These are really impressive, thanks for sharing

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On 9/12/2019 at 6:58 AM, SDPG_GVL224 said:

 

Sensors with a controller from Volodya "Komaroff" from Kharkov are capable of such a “miracle” (three turns on a magnetic sensor).

Hello!

 

What controller is Volodya "Komaroff" from Kharkov? I don't find it on google. I try to make a linear JF-17 throttle. Thanks a lot!

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