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BerichtGeplaatst: Ma Dec 12, 2011 6:19 pm    Onderwerp: MFB280 connector for the sixpack Reageren met citaat

Hi I have the MFB280 to connect to the Fire Warn and Master caution.

This are the pins:

1: MIP 737 board switch input
2: MIP 737 board switch input
3: LED anode
4: LED kathode
5: 9 -12 V GND
6: 9 -12 V Pos.

Can anyone tell me what 1 and 2 means and how to connect? I use MIP 737 of CPflight and the connection to these Buttons LEDS areħ

1: Not used
2: CLOCK
3: Warning ACK/Recall
4: Master Caution ACK
5: Fire Warning Bell Cutout
6: Common Pole

Can anyone tell me how I should connect this please.

2, 3, 4, and 5 are switches of the Engravity Sixpack. I like to know with what pins of MFB280 of Flyengravity this corrresponds.

THANKS for your reply

Regards,
Ed

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BerichtGeplaatst: Wo Dec 14, 2011 1:25 pm    Onderwerp: Re: MFB280 connector for the sixpack Reageren met citaat

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Hi I have the MFB280 to connect to the Fire Warn and Master caution.

This are the pins:

1: MIP 737 board switch input
2: MIP 737 board switch input
3: LED anode
4: LED kathode
5: 9 -12 V GND
6: 9 -12 V Pos.

Can anyone tell me what 1 and 2 means and how to connect? I use MIP 737 of CPflight and the connection to these Buttons LEDS areħ


1 + 2 are connected to respectivly 4+6 for the Master Caution switch and 5+6 for the Fire Warn switch

Because these are momentairy push switches, polarity does not matter so you can connect 1 and 2 either way.

3+4 are connected to the led output of the mipboard (different terminal). Polarity does matter here.

5+6 are to be connected to a 9-12 volt powersource.
MFB280 is our powerbooster. The switches we use are industrial grade switches that require 9-12 volts to light the warning light. However, the mip737 board only outputs 2V.
The output of the MIP737 board is only used to trigger the 9-12v source of the powerbooster and thus to light the annunciation of the switch.

Citaat:
1: Not used
2: CLOCK
3: Warning ACK/Recall
4: Master Caution ACK
5: Fire Warning Bell Cutout
6: Common Pole

Can anyone tell me how I should connect this please.

2, 3, 4, and 5 are switches of the Engravity Sixpack. I like to know with what pins of MFB280 of Flyengravity this corrresponds.


only 3 is for the sixpack (with 6 for the common), 4 and 5 are for the Master Caution and Fire Warn Switches

Citaat:
What does CLOCK means


Some 737's have a pushbutton in the extreme left or right part of the glarewings to start/stop the chrono's.

Our classic desktop kits had this button, but as not many real ng's have it, we moddeled our full size glare wings to the version without the knob.

you can see it in this picture:


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BerichtGeplaatst: Wo Dec 14, 2011 9:53 pm    Onderwerp: Reageren met citaat

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BerichtGeplaatst: Wo Dec 14, 2011 9:54 pm    Onderwerp: Reageren met citaat

Ok,

Sorry for the test.

Hi,

Thanks for this solution. Changed it the way you told us. Its working fine now.

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