16 Professional Electrical Wiring Diagram Test Images
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16 Professional Electrical Wiring Diagram Test Images - On/off tool switches: this is a hard and fast of four person non-lighted, 2 pole on/off push button switches. From the pinnacle: 1. Intercom: stressed out from the 12v power bus to the fuse panel, 5a fuse, to the pinnacle pole on the switch. The lowest pole is stressed directly to the new lead of the intercom unit. 2. Transponder: maximum planes will no longer have this $1,2 hundred.00 instrument. But in case you do, it's miles stressed from the 12v power bus to the fuse panel, 5a fuse, to the top pole at the transfer. The bottom pole is stressed directly to the new lead of the transponder. Three. Side gasoline pump: the facet fuel pump is commonly positioned in the rear of the aircraft, close to the engine firewall. Wired from the 12v electricity bus to the fuse panel, 5a fuse, to the top pole at the switch. The lowest pole is stressed directly to the the hot lead of the aspect pump. Four. Strobe lighting control box: most strobe light controllers have their personal inner fuse. In this example, the transfer is stressed out from the 12v electricity bus without delay to the pinnacle pole at the transfer. The lowest pole is stressed directly to the new lead of the strobe controller. Five. Gasoline gauge: the capacitance fuel sender is located at the gasoline tank inside the rear of the fuselage. Wired from the 12v strength bus to the fuse panel, 5a fuse, to the red cord on the sender unit. The yellow cord on the sender is the output sign cord that is wired to the "sig" pole on the rear of the fuel gauge. The black twine at the sending unit is stressed to ground as well as the gauge being stressed out to ground. Electric facet gasoline pump: the side gasoline pump is 12v electrically pushed and is used as a lower back-up gas pump in the occasion the primary mikuni gas pump fails. The side pump is wired as follows: purple twine to bottom pole of on/off switch on instrument panel. Black cord is wired without delay to the floor bar. ? .