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Old 11-15-2017, 12:15 PM
Iluke Iluke is offline
 
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Default Pictures of your fuse and switch module?

Would any of you -12 builders who is far enough along do me the favor of shooting a couple of close-up photos of your fuse and switch module? I'm building a -7 and would like to do something similar for my panel. Van's apparently isn't selling your very cool but proprietary module to non-12 builders, so I'll have to "clone" it myself. Some good, close-up photos would help very much.
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Old 11-15-2017, 08:01 PM
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The switches are mounted to a circuit board which I assume provides the power for the LEDs. The board interfaces with the central wiring hub which can be seen in the schematic that you’ll find at Vans. The switches can be bought from vans or other sources. I bought a couple for my pitot heat. I would agree that it is a proprietary system.
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