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Request Airbus FCU and EFIS Dimensions

Started by asenyurt, January 19, 2021, 12:22:51 PM

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asenyurt

Hi guys
I am making Airbus FCU and EFIS hardware and i need square, rectangle, round buttons dimensions.

Thanks for your helps

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Joe Lavery

January 21, 2021, 03:53:51 AM #1 Last Edit: January 21, 2021, 03:56:10 AM by Joe Lavery
Hi Atakan,

If you don't have any luck getting these dimensions, you can get pretty close by scaling the sizes from an image like the one attached.
All you need is one known size, like the panel itself perhaps. Then apply that scale in a photo editor and measure the buttons ect from the image. you can zoom in to take the measurements, to make it as accurate as possible.

Of course the higher the resolution of the image, the closer you will get.

Then take the same approach to the depth as well. Hope that helps.
Joe.
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bernard S

for panel sizes get duz rail and count the  connectors on panel to match   there isca formula but i dont know it sorry

Joe Lavery

Bernard, looking at it I don't think that panel is mounted on a Dzus rail.
This is the specs for Dzus:
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asenyurt

Hi Joe,

Scaling images helped me.

Here is last result. I think it looks like original ha ?
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Joe Lavery

There ya go, ame found exactly what you needed!
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brianwilliamson

When I started in 1999 that was the only measurements I could find and the photos that are posted there are the ones I used !!

Lots of work but can be done.

.......Brian W.
3 X 6700K @ 4.4Ghz, W7-64 bit, 3 X GTX 1070-- 3 X Optoma 1020 GT Projectors, Airbus A 320 Flight Sim
plus 3 control computers.

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