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control lock

control lock
Physical obstructions placed around control surfaces, preventing their movement on the ground in high-wind or gust conditions. These may be internal—located in the cockpit—or external—placed at the control surfaces.
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You also can fabricate an external control lock to ensure the control surface is in an optimum position to prevent damage, or entry of snow, ice, moisture, rodents or birds.
The Court of Inquiry said it was difficult to determine what had transpired in Dakota 962 between takeoff and the crash, but concluded Dakota 962 crashed on landing at RCAF Station Estevan as a result of loss of control due to an elevator control lock being in the locked position.
However, the control lock handle, located on the right side of the control pedestal, was found in the off position, and the elevator control lock latch was found not engaged.
I installed the control lock and inspected the elevator.
The canal has a flood control lock with fresh water on one side and salt water on the bay side.
It has multiformat NTSC, PAL, and SECAM compatibility and features a white balance select, front panel control lock, headphone jack, and remote control unit.
A National Transportation Safety Board investigator said he has not determined an official cause for the crash but did find that a control lock used to secure flight controls while the aircraft is parked was not disengaged prior to the takeoff.
Contract notice: Replacement control lock hohenwarthe.
After the accident, the pilot determined that he had left the control lock in for the takeoff.
IN CONTROL Lock keeper Tony Hughes in the control room at Cardiff Bay barrage.
Security with lens anti-theft screw, cabinet control lock, logo lock and password protection