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avionics light plate plug ??

Started by navymustang, September 06, 2021, 11:37:33 AM

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navymustang

I am trying to find a part number or ordering information for the lightplate plug that is on more modern avionics backlit panels, such as the Boeing series. The lightplate has a male and the avionics equipment in the panel has a female. I need both.
Anyone have an idea? - Thanks

I can send pics if necessary
My 737-800 full-scale cockpit has been sold. Now onto my full-size military 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

Do a google search for MS90335 connectors.

Alpine components is the most common manufacturer
https://www.alpinecomponents.com/connectors

bernard S

then ask what min order is and how many weeks 

mickc

Quote from: bernard S on September 06, 2021, 06:53:38 PMthen ask what min order is and how many weeks 

Spoken with the full frustration of a fellow OEM builder  :laugh:  :laugh:

navymustang

Ha, are you trying to depress me   :)
My 737-800 full-scale cockpit has been sold. Now onto my full-size military 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.

KyleH

I need one as well, so if you find them, let me know.
Kyle

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Worldflight Team USA
http://www.worldflightusa.com

jackpilot

If you need just a pair, buy any cheap backlit module on EBay and gutt the connectors out.


Jack

navymustang

We actually need them for a complete line of Apollo (including the Lander) and Gemini capsule avionics boards we are building for retail sales.
My 737-800 full-scale cockpit has been sold. Now onto my full-size military 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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navymustang

Thanks - how do you find such things?
But I do need the actual jack since we are building these new panels in mass and will eventually need hundreds or more of them.
My 737-800 full-scale cockpit has been sold. Now onto my full-size military 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.

bernard S


navymustang

I'm ignorant on this, what is IPC or CMM ? ???
My 737-800 full-scale cockpit has been sold. Now onto my full-size military 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.

bernard S

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