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Part #:

Model: KS-272C

OEM:

BendixKing

Desc:

Trim Servo

Part Number :


KS-272C

 

FEATURES

  • Trim Servo used for elevator trimming
  • Contains a servo motor with amplifier and an engage clutch solenoid
  • Is installed with a KM 275 servo mount, which contains a slip clutch
  • The servo receives a differential command input and drives the servo motor with a speed proportional to the magnitued of the command
  • The command polarity will determine direction of the servo rotation
  • The command inputs have an impedance of at least 15K ohms

 

SPECIFICATIONS

Size: 3.925"W x 4.675"H x 4.605"L Weight: 2.1lbs.
Mounting: Two (2) AN 3 bolts Mating Connector: 030-03248-0000
Power Inputs: +28VDC at 4.0 amps Signal Inputs: -10VDC to +10VDC
Clutch Engage Signals: +28VDC (active high input) and Ground (active low input) Signal Outputs: Trim Voltage: -28VDC to +28VDC Trim Sense: -3VDC to +3VDC
Part Number: Description:
065-00180-0400 2.4 RPM
065-00180-0600 14.6 RPM
065-00180-1400 22 RPM
065-00180-2700 3.6 RPM
065-00180-3500  4.7 RPM

 

065-00180-0800
- Trim Servo
Price Condition Status
$3,750.00 NEW OUTRIGHT REQUEST LEAD TIME
$2,250.00 OH OUTRIGHT IN WORK
$1,550.00 OH EXCHANGE IN WORK
065-00180-2700
- Trim Servo

NSN: 6615-01-597-7836

Price Condition Status
$1,950.00 OH OUTRIGHT IN WORK
REQUEST NEW OUTRIGHT REQUEST LEAD TIME
065-00180-0400
- Trim Servo
Price Condition Status
$3,050.00 NEW OUTRIGHT REQUEST LEAD TIME
065-00180-0600
- Trim Servo
Price Condition Status
$4,150.00 NEW OUTRIGHT REQUEST LEAD TIME
REQUEST OH OUTRIGHT REQUEST LEAD TIME
065-00180-1400
- Trim Servo
Price Condition Status
$2,750.00 NEW OUTRIGHT REQUEST LEAD TIME
065-00180-3500
- Trim Servo
Price Condition Status
REQUEST NEW OUTRIGHT REQUEST LEAD TIME
$1,056.00 OH OUTRIGHT REQUEST LEAD TIME

Click on a question below to see the answer. If you have a question about this model that is not answered below, please contact questions@seaerospace.com

No, because an autopilot system is installed under an aircraft STC or TC approval, whatever part number servo that is certified in that aircraft must be installed.  In addition, servos usually have different motor speeds for different part numbers. Therefore, not installing the same part number servo in the aircraft could produce an unsafe operating condition.  

Please note that this is not in reference to some servo manufacturers superseding older legacy servos with newer models.  That is addressed in another FAQ.

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