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Thu, Apr 15, 2004

The Ray Allen Company Introduces New G307 Stick Grip

New Grip Features Four-Way Coolie-Hat Style Switch For Two-Axis Trim

By ANN Correspondent Juan Jimenez

The Ray Allen Company, a California vendor who specializes on trim systems and control stick hardware for aircraft, has introduced a new stick grip with an enhanced trim control four-way switch at S-N-F 2004.

The new stick grip, model G307, has four trim switches incorporated into a coolie hat switch, a faceplate slotted vertically and horizontally for two-axis trim, a PTT switch and two additional SPDT momentary contact pushbutton switches for functions such as auto pilot disconnect and transponder remote IDENT. The pushbutton switches can also be replaced with four different style toggle switches.

The G307 stick grip is priced at $169 and is available immediately.

FMI: www.rayallencompany.com

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