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Switch for 737 overhead

Started by WilP, February 10, 2020, 04:02:46 am

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WilP

Hi! I'm building a 737 home cockpit. For the Battery switch, which is in a On-Auto-off configuration, will a ON-ON-ON switch work or a On-Off-On

Trevor Hale

Depending on the interface type, you can use almost anything.  Some interfaces let you specify a function when you turn the switch on and lets you specify a different function when it goes off.

For instance if you use an on - off - on 

bottom on = Standby
When bottom on goes off = auto
When top goes on = On
when top goes off = auto

if you catch my drift.

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jackpilot

The APU switch is OFF- ON - Start(momentary)
As Trev said, interfacing depends on your IO card.
Cheers
Jack


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jfuenmayor

Hi to all.

Does anyone have the part No. for the Honeyweel switch for the APU?. Believe it or not, I have one installed in my OVH (not cheap btw) but I lost its model No. and I cannot find the invoice from Onlincomponents, where I think I got it.

Tks.

Garys


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