This Flaps Control Quadrant is the pilot/aircraft interface on the Boeing T-45.
This Flight Control Stick Grip is designed for the MHI ATD-X demonstrator aircraft. Like most others, this grip is constructed of high-strength aluminum castings, and provides for pilot control of various avionics systems, nosewheel steering, autopilot and trim control.
The Flight Control System (FCS) Grip controls the flight surfaces of the refueling boom on the Boeing KC-46 Tanker.
This Ground Vehicle Hand Station is manufactured for the Armored Knight turret system. This unit allows for the remote control of the sensor turret as well as the sensors themselves.
The C-17 Control Stick Grip, part of the fly-by-wire system, is the main pilot/aircraft interface for flight, avionic and defensive systems. Manufactured of precision cast aluminum, this grip is resistant to environmental conditions per MIL-STD-810. The stick grip provides a variety of single and multi-function switch assemblies for aircraft trim control, communications, display management and nosewheel steering. A mirror image of the stick for the copilot is also available.
The Bradley Fighting Vehicle Control Grips (M2A2 and M2A2-ODS) are manufactured from high-strength aluminum die castings and contain three single-function push button switches for turret control, gun elevation and gunfire, and a two-way toggle switch (ODS) for the laser rangefinder.
This Throttle Control Grip Assembly is the primary pilot/aircraft interface used for the control of engine speed, avionics, communications and speedbrakes on the Hawker Beechcraft AT-6.
This Control Stick Grip is the primary pilot/aircraft interface for flight and avionics control on the Hawker Beechcraft AT-6.
This Flight Control Stick Grip is the primary pilot/aircraft interface for flight, avionics and weapons system control on the Fairchild A-10.
These 50 Caliber Viper Gun System Control Grips provide for operator selection of various firing options (ammo selections, rate of fire, gun system rotation command) as well as visual indicators for the gunner and system stabilization. The main advantage of the Viper gun system is high power in a relatively small package allowing end users to pack them into small platforms. This gun system can be mounted on the smaller tactical vehicles for the special ops, small patrol boats, towers etc.