A-10 Warthog in detail & scale - D&S Vol. 19 by Dana Bell

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The use of an instrument is rather spaceconsuming, particularly where a number of actuating devices are involved, and unless it is essential for a pilot or systems engineer to know exactly the position of a device at any one time, instruments are uneconomical. Indicator lights are of course simpler, cheaper and consume less power, but the liability of their filaments to failure without warning constitutes a hazard, particularly in the case where 'light out' is intended to indicate a safe condition of a system.

23 (b)) i s a multi-lamp development of the individual pillar lamp already described. Two or four lamps are fitted t o a bridge structure designed t o fit over a variety of the standardized instrument cases. The bridge fitting is composed of two light-alloy pressings secured together by rivets and spacers, and carrying the requisite number of centre contact assemblies above which the lamp housings are mounted, Wiring arrangements provide for two separate supplies to the lamps thus ensuring that loss of illumination cannot occur as a result of failure of one circuit.

GREEN, RED . LOW Arcs and radial lines are usually called range markings, their purpose being to define values at various points in the range of a scale which are related to specific operational ranges of an aircraft, its power plants and systems. The definitions of these marks are as follows: RED radial line YELLOW arc GREEN arc RED arc Maximum and minimum limits Take-off and precautionary ranges Normal operating range Range in which operation is prohibited C When applied to,fuel quantity indicators, a RED arc indicates fuel which cannot be used safely in flight.

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