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B727 AMM - HYDRAULIC PRESSURE INDICATING SYSTEMS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION Revision

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HYDRAULIC PRESSURE INDICATING SYSTEMS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

1. General

A. Two hydraulic pressure indicating systems provide remote and

direct indication of fluid pressure in hydraulic power systems

A and B. Each hydraulic pressure indicating system consists of

a transmitter and indicator for remote indication of pressure

at the third crewman's panel, and a direct reading gage in the left wheel well or in the lower left tail section.

B. The pressure transmitters are connected directly to the pressure side of the hydraulic modular units. The transmitter senses pressure changes and sends corresponding electrical signals to the pressure indicator on the third crewman's panel. Each transmitter and indicator set is powered by 28 volts ac from the main load control center, panel P6.

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B727 AMM - HYDRAULIC PRESSURE INDICATING SYSTEMS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION Revision

B727 AMM - HYDRAULIC PRESSURE INDICATING SYSTEMS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

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INDICATING SYSTEMS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION Revision Hydraulic Pressure Indicating System Figure 1 (Sheet 1)

Hydraulic Pressure Indicating System

Figure 1

(Sheet 1)

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