A safety shoe

12:39 Jul 3, 2018
English to Russian translations [PRO]
Transport / Transportation / Shipping
English term or phrase: A safety shoe
A safety shoe is located in the holder inside the operators compartment. When positioning the CT8000 at the aircraft, the safety shoe should be positioned directly below the aircraft door when it is opened. If compressed between the aircraft door and the platform, the safety shoe will cause the cabin to lower for a set period of time.
The safety shoe must be removed from the holder to be able to operate the platform extend / retract function.
Alena Kalinić
Croatia
Local time: 15:12


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4датчик уровня телескопического трапа
IrinaN


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a safety shoe
датчик уровня телескопического трапа


Explanation:
http://acesflorida.tripod.com/boardingbridge.htm

he Safety Shoe is a sensor and electronics control used to protect open Aircraft doors. It functions as a backup to the Passenger Boarding Bridge (PBB) Auto-Leveler function. Should the PBB Auto-Leveler fail, the Safety Shoe and Black Box control electronics will automatically lower the PBB‑Cab floor to avoid damage to the Aircraft Door and Black Box will sound an Alarm to alert the PBB operator or other personnel to the sensor activation.

IrinaN
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