Old 4th Jan 2019, 14:45
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Originally Posted by DaveReidUK View Post
Given that, as posted earlier, the physical movement limits of the AoA vane are the same in both directions, there is no need for the sensor to be handed. The aircraft is clever enough to understand that clockwise rotation of one vane means the same as anticlockwise rotation of the one on the other side.

The other giveaway is that the Part Description on vendors' and MRO websites doesn't include a "LH" or "RH" qualifier:

translation- must be an electrical function built in somewhere in software or wiring ? or having a connector pin open/blocked differently on each side. ....
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