Aerotech delay element length G76-7

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Does anyone know the delay element length for a RMS 29mm G76-7? Aerotech web pages seem to be down today.

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77507 G76-7G 0.469 HDK-25 (Standard delay formula)

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So looks like .0469 inches is 1.194mm. I hope when I get home my caliper has those increments. Its a manual one, not electronic.
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So looks like .0469 inches is 1.194mm. I hope when I get home my caliper has those increments. Its a manual one, not electronic.
Thanks for your help.
Sorry I got my decimal mixed up it's .469 inches. Got to get my brain reset. I think I'm OK now.
 

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Yeah thanks. My brain decided to take the rest of the day off. So I left early and went home. I have good days and bad days. MS.
My wife has had MS for at least 17 years now. I realize that everyone has different symptoms, but I know how chronic fatigue affects her and I know that when she “hits the wall” it’s time to rest, perhaps chill (literally), and let the body recuperate. I admire you for hanging in there!
 

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Thanks, sorry to hear about your wife. Chronic fatigue is my main issue also. When I got home I realized I forgot to take my morning meds. Thats why I crashed. I have had it since
1997. My wife is severely disabled so I will continue working to support us as long as possible.
Thank you for your kind words. I am praying now for her and your family.
 

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Thanks! Please introduce yourself to me at a launch sometime! I’ll keep your wife and you in my prayers also. My wife’s worst symptom now is spasticity and sensitivity to heat.
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Well I flew my new High Tech rocket "Blue Sky" today on the G76-7. It worked perfectly. The delay element change was correct and was right on.

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Thanks! Please introduce yourself to me at a launch sometime! I’ll keep your wife and you in my prayers also. My wife’s worst symptom now is spasticity and sensitivity to heat.
Best wishes!
Steve
Yeah I'm mainly suffering from Fatigue and also spasticity. Can be painful. I have prayed and will continue for you and yours.
Right now I am flying with DARS in DFW TX. However I just went to LDRS and plan to go to the FLY FEST, Labor Day 2020 in the Rocket Pasture! Perhaps I will see you there!
 
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