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Jay El switches for sale

Started by Trooping, July 03, 2020, 09:25:18 am

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Trooping

Hey Guys,

Thought I would post these up here first in case anyone is interested before they go on ebay and other sites.   I ended up removing ( Im not crazy, I swear! ) all the JayEl switches from my real CRJ panels.  I decided it was to involved for me to get them operational and I didnt have the time or patience to do so.  Ended up replacing them all with 12v switches.

So I have about 31 of them I think, all are latching except for 4 which are momentary, obviously with varying legends.  Most are prewired although have been cut, but plenty of wire left to be able to solder them up to a connector or something.

Could suit a variety of simpit projects.  Would prefer to sell all as a bundle, price is $300 for all, which is $9.50 each.  Ive seen people trying to sell these things for $80 for one on ebay.

Shoot me a PM if your interested.  Postage will vary depending on location.

Jonathan.

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Sim 1:  F16, running Falcon 4 BMS - In Build using a mix of real and repro parts + Pokeys cards
Sim 2:  Light Twin / Single with RusCool EFD1000, RSG GTN750 and FI guages

Trooping

John,

Throwing in another 7 switches.

Jonathan.

jskibo

Sim 1:  F16, running Falcon 4 BMS - In Build using a mix of real and repro parts + Pokeys cards
Sim 2:  Light Twin / Single with RusCool EFD1000, RSG GTN750 and FI guages

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Trooping

Hi Jack,

I did look at that initially, but at around $5 per led, and each switch taking 4, its another expense I didnt want to occur.  Not to mention there really is no way to enable proper systems operation with the lighting of the switches for the CRJ other than creating some sort of custom software for it, which is beyond the scope of my abilities. 

They are sold now, obviously other people are going to have better success.   Unfortunately for me, the Aerosoft CRJ is not pro-sim level.

Jonathan.


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Quote from: Trooping on July 10, 2020, 06:56:52 pmHi Jack,

I did look at that initially, but at around $5 per led, and each switch taking 4, its another expense I didnt want to occur.  Not to mention there really is no way to enable proper systems operation with the lighting of the switches for the CRJ other than creating some sort of custom software for it, which is beyond the scope of my abilities. 

They are sold now, obviously other people are going to have better success.   Unfortunately for me, the Aerosoft CRJ is not pro-sim level.

Jonathan.



There's 36 in an F16 Block 50 cockpit.  Luckily they can be lit correctly using the shared memory of Falcon BMS software plus Pokeys.

There's a creative guy on the falcon forums that posted how to crush out a bulb, drill the bottom and use a standard LED as well.  I'll try a few but if tedious switch to just buying them. 

I was robbing decommissioned Tornado panels and had half I needed but this is perfect as another builder friend needed the remaining ones. 

Thanks again. 
Sim 1:  F16, running Falcon 4 BMS - In Build using a mix of real and repro parts + Pokeys cards
Sim 2:  Light Twin / Single with RusCool EFD1000, RSG GTN750 and FI guages

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