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Bendix (Amphenol) plug in the cockpit

Started by navymustang, February 08, 2021, 05:41:43 PM

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navymustang

Oh my, I have to rebuild a plug on one of my OEM avionics. The female plug is a Bendix 9121 with the numbers MS3126-26S.
I need to re-pin this plug. I am not even sure what MIL-STD this one is, where to get female pins and the pin insert and extraction tools.

Can anyone provide guidance?

Thanks
My 737-800 full-scale cockpit is complete and been put in storage (for sale). Now onto my full-size helicopter project. An AOPA member and LifeTime member of National Association of Flight Instructors. Please note that I am a self-employed professional cockpit builder that provides consulting to defense contractors and civilian schools and airlines.

mickc

They use the same pin/sockets and tooling as the BACC45/63 and MS24266 series connectors.

Socket contacts are  M39029/32-247 (Size 16)
Insertion tool - M81969/17-04
Removal tool - M81969/19-08

navymustang

My 737-800 full-scale cockpit is complete and been put in storage (for sale). Now onto my full-size helicopter project. An AOPA member and LifeTime member of National Association of Flight Instructors. Please note that I am a self-employed professional cockpit builder that provides consulting to defense contractors and civilian schools and airlines.

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