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Old 5th Sep 2020, 10:01
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Hello Every body,
I have a question, is there anyone who can give me the reference of the plug which can be connected to the 28VDC power auxilary socket which is on the left side control panel of the B412 (left pedestal)???
It look like this below but not sure, 97-3107A-16-11P.


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Old 5th Sep 2020, 13:14
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Originally Posted by jazzyj78 View Post
Hello Every body,
I have a question, is there anyone who can give me the reference of the plug which can be connected to the 28VDC power auxilary socket which is on the left side control panel of the B412 (left pedestal)???
It look like this below but not sure, 97-3107A-16-11P.
If looking for the correct P/N: MS3106A16-11P along with backshell P/N: MS3057-8A. Most commercial electrical suppliers will carry these. Just mind the polarity of the equipment you wish to connect.
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Old 5th Sep 2020, 21:17
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Originally Posted by wrench1 View Post
If looking for the correct P/N: MS3106A16-11P along with backshell P/N: MS3057-8A. Most commercial electrical suppliers will carry these. Just mind the polarity of the equipment you wish to connect.
Very important point! Standard for most equipment is B+, A- on these plugs (Spectrolab, Cineflex). There are outliers (Shotover) that use A+ polarity, so a reversing/polarity flipping cable is needed for that equipment.
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Old 6th Sep 2020, 10:43
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Hello,

Thank you very much for the P/N and the polarity.

JMP

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Old 6th Sep 2020, 16:21
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Bell 412 stl by any chance?

Hi there,
a little bit of topic- or not, cause its about Bell 412
I became friends with a few model builders, which needed dimensions for building a scale BK117, which I flew at that time.
Through that connection I came in contact with 3D printing, which is as addictive as some other things in life 🤪
So now to my question- anybody else around and by any chance, has a stl (3D printing file) of a Bell 412?

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Old 6th Sep 2020, 18:46
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Hi just be aware that plug is a solder connection.
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Old 6th Sep 2020, 19:11
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Originally Posted by i am a bee too View Post
Hi just be aware that plug is a solder connection.
for the murkins amongst us, that would be “sodder”
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Old 7th Sep 2020, 10:46
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I need a solder plug that's perfect.

JMP
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Old 7th Sep 2020, 13:01
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Hi not called sodder any where east of mid atlantic as far as i know.
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