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    A320 O/H Which switches are Latching and Non Latching

    Hi Guys,
    Just dabbling with the A320 and thinking about doing some rough
    O/head panel. Confused over switches used here. Which ones are
    latching and non latching. Went on to O/C site and the bits req to assemble it they refer
    to for their o/h show Non latching but the kit supplied with the O/h
    shows a mix.
    Any help would be appreciated.
    Thanks
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    Les

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    Re: A320 O/H Which switches are Latching and Non Latching

    To be honest it would just be easier and a lot better if you just put them all to non latching and program them as a momentary switch, it's cheaper and more time efficent.

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    Re: A320 O/H Which switches are Latching and Non Latching

    Thanks hey336.
    Les

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    Re: A320 O/H Which switches are Latching and Non Latching

    Hey can you check out my question at http://www.mycockpit.org/forums/showthread.php?t=28438
    Thanks