This is an all-new
design for the larger model. There are two versions. One for control surface
thickness of up to 10mm and an alternative version for even thicker sections.
Both types use a tough moulded
nylon baseplate into which is clamped an M3 screw and nyloc nut. This forms the
control arm of the horn. Onto this M3 screw a single hole connector to the
control rod is fitted. Shown on the right is CA195.
The baseplate is fixed to
the control surface by three No.2 x 3/8" pozi-drive pan head screws
into a strengthened area such as plywood or hardwood. The alternative version
has three M2 x 16mm long bolts with nuts, which pass through the control surface
in drilled holes to a nylon backplate. It is recommended that a locking compound
be used to secure the nuts. Shown on the left is CA196.