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    Audio Control Panel Wiring Diagrams and Pinouts

    Kudo's to Gable's Engineering for not only sending me these wiring diagrams, but for allowing me to share them with the community also.

    Here's the diagrams for two versions of the Gables ACPs that are frequently found on eBay.

    Gables G3737: http://www.mycockpit.org/forums/down...do=file&id=525

    Gables G6560-05: http://www.mycockpit.org/forums/down...do=file&id=526

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    Re: Audio Control Panel Wiring Diagrams and Pinouts

    Hello Folks,


    Was lucky to get 2 units from a friend in Australia. . .


    Did anybody here interfaced the G6560-05 ACP ?


    I am trying to figure out the switches wiring but I cannot find a way to determine which ground pins to use and which pins for each switch.


    I cannot get on my multi-meter the reading like a normal switch of 0 and 1 on any of the ACP switches.


    Many thanks


    Isaac

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    Re: Audio Control Panel Wiring Diagrams and Pinouts

    Go ahead and open them up to check them out, it won't hurt them. It will give you a better idea of what you are working with. Use the schematics I posted further up.

    Keep in mind these were not built to interface directly to radios and soundcards, that is why they have two connectors