Ratchet clutches control motion in several ways — one-way left, one-way right, freewheeling, and fully locked.
Features & benefits
Clutch body contains only a gear, control lever, and two spring-loaded pawls
Moving control lever to the side engages a pawl and permits driving of gear in one direction only; moving it to the other side drives gear in opposite direction
Neutral position causes gear to engage with both pawls and prevents it from turning
Static torque range is 200 to 6,260 lb-ft, with overrunning speeds of 250 rpm and 30 rpm, respectively