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DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF A REMOTE SETTING MINIATURE BAROSWITCH AND SETTER FOR USE IN GUIDED MISSILE ADAPTION KITS.
Rept. no. 7, 1 Feb-31 Mar 61,
BENDIX CORP BALTIMORE MD FRIEZ INSTRUMENT DIV
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Research was continued to 1 determine effectiveness of the setting linkages and adjustments in the baroswitch setting mechanism 2 construct and test a prototype of the remote setting mechanisms and 3 refine the baroswitch and setter designs for improved performance and manufacturability. Tests of settable elements indicated that linearity and settability of the element are acceptable, and that temperature error is substantially constant for all settings. The adjustments provided for element zero-setting and ranging are adequate. A prototype assembly of the baroswitch housing and setting servomechanism was completed. Backlash and driving torque values are as expected. Author
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