The ELT control panel switch has an ON and an ARM position. The ON position manually turns on the transmitter. The ARM position is the normal position for flight.
The switch has a guard to keep it in the ARM position.
The emergency locator transmitter (ELT) sends emergency signals when it sense excessive change in velocity.
The transmitter operates with four D-cell, lithium manganese dioxide batteries. The transmitter does not use airplane power.
The ELT front panel has a switch and an ON indicator.
The front panel switch has two positions. The ON position manually turns on the transmitter. The OFF position is the normal position. When the switch is in this position, the transmitter starts when one of these occurs:
· Large change in velocity
· ELT control panel switch is in ON position.
The ELT ON indicator flashes when the transmitter is on.
The antenna connectors connect the ELT to the antenna.
The remote switch connector connects the ELT to the ELT control panel.
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