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    Re: Random Pics Of My GA Build

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    I ate until it hurt, and then had dessert! Thanks for asking. I hope yours has been good as well.

    Is it the square back plate that is 3.375x3.550 ? What about the outside diameter of the round bezel? The openings in a Cessna instrument panel cover are about 3.125" in diameter so I need to be sure the bezels would fit into that.

    Oops, I thought you were talkin' about the KI-525A bezel.


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    Re: Random Pics Of My GA Build

    Perfect, so the outside diameter of the bezel ring will fit perfectly. Could I ask for one more measurement that I am not seeing in the drawing?

    What is the inside diameter of the bezel ring?

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    Re: Random Pics Of My GA Build

    2.78 is the ID

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    Re: Random Pics Of My GA Build

    More to come!








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    Re: Random Pics Of My GA Build

    Looking outstanding Louie...again!

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    Re: Random Pics Of My GA Build

    Ditto, "Outstanding" !

    I am starting to experiment with Link2FS and an Arduino to drive the 7 segment displays. Last night I got it working the servo for my flap control and a stall warning horn, next comes the 7 segment displays.
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    Re: Random Pics Of My GA Build

    Tom,

    What are you using for the horn?

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    Re: Random Pics Of My GA Build

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    Ditto, "Outstanding" !

    I am starting to experiment with Link2FS and an Arduino to drive the 7 segment displays. Last night I got it working the servo for my flap control and a stall warning horn, next comes the 7 segment displays.
    I assume the pot/lever gear worked ok.

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    Re: Random Pics Of My GA Build

    Finally!
    Now it's time to design the pcb.






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    Re: Random Pics Of My GA Build

    At the moment the horn is a piezo horn that I am driving with a pulse modulated output off the Arduino.

    The gears worked well. The range is a bit short but it's enough to get the separation between flap settings. I did what I thought was a final install today but after looking at it I will be reworking the position indicator and adjusting the opening in my MIP to get a better detent for the third falp position.
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