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Re: Show us your panel!

PostFri Nov 27, 2020 3:15 pm

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Re: Show us your panel!

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Re: Show us your panel!

PostSun Nov 22, 2020 7:37 am

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Re: Show us your panel!

PostTue Jan 30, 2018 1:32 pm

psalter wrote:I chose a simple, lightweight panel, but it is fully loaded 8.4 inch Grt Sport SX, transponder, ADS-B in and out, 2 axis Grt autopilot, and radio. Also, there is an electric primer button because of the Ellison carb.and an Ident button, and caution light. There is also audio warning in headset.


Paul

Did you add a shelf behind your inst panel for you avionics (like Tony did)?

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Re: Show us your panel!

PostMon Jan 29, 2018 11:22 pm

Another panel for a Corvair install (#1 and #2 ignition and fuel pump switches with separate breakers). EIS mounted in panel as a backup display -- because it's in the airplane anyway and plenty of real estate to spare.
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Re: Show us your panel!

PostSat Jan 27, 2018 9:28 pm

Glen,

These are 2 position switches. When you turn an ignition on, it turns a pump on also. When both switches are on, like takeoff and aerobatics, and landiing,, both ignitions and pumps are on. We used this for both the prototype and my aircraft. It was really laid out with the Corsair engine in mind , as we provide 12v to the ignition and pumps selected to activate.

Fyi, as per standard Corvair setup, these switches do not go through the master relay. So if you turn the master off, pumps and ignitions keep going, until you physically turn them off separately.
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Re: Show us your panel!

PostFri Jan 26, 2018 10:49 am

JimParker256 wrote:Scott, which Carling switch type are you using? Were you able to find appropriate images for the various functions?


Jim, I am using the Carling V-Series P/N VAD1GCCB-00000-000. This is the switch without the custom actuator. The light for the top half will be on when power is on, the light for the bottom ON indication will be on when the switch is ON. I got these from http://www.electroswitch.com. I got the custom switch actuators from the same place Sean did, Rocker Switch Pros. I found appropriate images for the switches I need. Images attached.

Sean, Thanks for the info!
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Re: Show us your panel!

PostFri Jan 26, 2018 7:40 am

Paul,
I like your simple, but fully functional panel. How do your ignition/fuel pump switches work? Are they 3 position switches (Off, ignition On, ignition and fuel pump On)?
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Re: Show us your panel!

PostFri Jan 26, 2018 12:26 am

These are exactly the switches I was hoping to find (labels, colors, etc). Thanks so much!
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Re: Show us your panel!

PostThu Jan 25, 2018 11:45 pm

Nice panels everyone, great thread for ideas.
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