1-14. Control Panel Assembly.
a. The control panel assembly (Figure 1-6) provides electrical interface through the hoist. Electrical connectors pro-
vide input (through harness assemblies) to the control pendant, limit switch drive assembly, boom position motor, boom
head assembly and winch motor.
b. Operational switches are mounted to the top of the panel and control electrical actuation to components. Panel
lights indicate power status. Power supply, logic and operational printed circuit boards are housed within the panel.
A fan blower assembly, operated by a DC motor, maintains climate variances within
the control panel.
1-15. Control Pendant Assembly.
a. The control pendant assembly (Figure 1-6) is a pistol-grip control that allows remote operation of the rescue hoist.
BOOM IN/OUT and CABLE UP/DOWN switches, a variable speed control, and a trigger operated ON/OFF switch are
mounted on the pendant.
b. Pendant mounted lights indicate operational status. The trigger ON/OFF switch allows intercommunication between
the hoist operator and other crew member.
1-16. Electrical System. Refer to Figure FO-1, located in back of manual, for the rescue hoist electrical system schematic.
Figure 1-6. Control Panel and Pendant Assemblies