SAILTEC's Kobelt Hydraulische Steuerung Katalog - page 41

h y d r a u l i c s t e e r i n g a n d a c c e s s o r i e s
This model can be used as a main electronic control station and is well suited for
conventional or high speed craft. In conventional craft, one potentiometer is used for
single rudder positioning. A second potentiometer may be used to show rudder demand.
When equipped with multiple potentiometers, it could also be used for catamaran
steering with synchronized rudder control. Up to a total of four potentiometers can be
installed in the unit. The control handle can be supplied in different styles – knob, single
lever or wheel. An autopilot overriding feature can be incorporated into the later two types
with the addition of an override switch.
This dual stacked lever controller provides full follow up control of the dual steering gear systems commonly found
on Push Boats. One steering gear controls the steering rudders aft of the propellers and the other controls the
flanking rudders forward of the propellers.
The 7195 is intended for use with electric over hydraulic steering systems. To complete the systems, a 7173-K
steering amplifier, steering (directional control) solenoid valve and rudder feedback unit complete with
potentiometers and limit switches such as our
7174-A is required for each gear. For systems with
more than one station, a transfer box and station
selector switches at each station are
also required.
The 7195 is available with one potentiometer
for each handle with a maximum of two
potentiometers per handle. Each handle includes
a friction tensioning device. The top handle
(usually for the flanking rudder system) also
comes with a center detent. The standard handle
length is 16” (18” from center of hub), but can be
made shorter or longer upon request. .
9.5 lbs (4.3 kg) approx.
5.5 lbs. (2.5 kg) approx.
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