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    circuit breakers

    Has any one a good picture/drawing of the labels legends which go on the CB Panels?
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    Re: circuit breakers

    Hi Jack

    Trust you are well. Try this link

    http://737sim.beechboys.dk/download.html#cb

    If you can work out their reference system for the types of breakers I would love to understand it

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    David

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    Re: circuit breakers

    Thanks David
    Giving a good shot at the Sim.
    Will try the link and report.
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    Re: circuit breakers

    Hello Jack

    Look at the Classified section. I guess all you need is there, depends of which way you are going (Whole panels or just the lables)

    If you have or can put your hands on the actual CB panels, I have a set of lables purchased from Chuck Moore that is perfect for this option,
    and is not useful to me since I made my own panels.

    PM me if you wish to discuss this further

    Cheers


    Isaac

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    Re: circuit breakers

    Does anyone know the meaning of the color coded letters F and M ?



    Regards, Wendy

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    Re: circuit breakers

    Hi Wendy

    I guess this is in Denish... But to my opinion the F ones represent "Free" space, where there are no actual CBs, and the M should be the other way around.


    Anyway, this setup is not even close to the real 737 NG layout- but I guess it will do.

    Have fun


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    Re: circuit breakers

    Thanks Isaac.

    It will be something to investigate later, still a lot of other things to do. Nice to now that it is not like the real 737NG.


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    Re: circuit breakers

    Jack

    I too am looking for "free" circuit breaker info and have just checked Juan Cordon`s site. He has added a section on Circuit Breakers at http://users.skynet.be/jcordon/cockpit/index2.htm

    Go to Dossiers/Panels and follow the links to circuit breakers. He has info on sizes, legends and master locations.

    It`s good enough for me

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    Re: circuit breakers

    They look very good..what are you going to print them on?
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    Re: circuit breakers

    Jack

    Not certain yet! - Probably on adhesive glossy paper, using a poster print programme as the sizes are beyond A4. Alternatively, it might be worth approaching a professional outfit who could print full size on thick card/plastic. I am currently too busy doing the electronics in the pedestal and writing SIOC code to link into the Sim-Avionics package

    I will also, in due course, experiment on my lathe to turn the actual shapes of the breakers.

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