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23. January 2013 by Peter


Annunciators for the MIP

The MIP is starting to look like something from a cockpit!

Today the 11 annunciators in the MIP were glued.

I have used the OpenCockpits annunciator-boxes for the MIP. Then are very good looking and make the annunciator more 3-dimentional. Really worth the extra €1 per indicator!

When I ordered my panels from OpenCockpits back in December, I also ordered 4 Annunciator-boxes for the 4 annunciators around the flaps-gauge/autobrake-panel. Stupid me overlooked the extra 6 indicators over the gear leaver and the extra 5 over the Primary Flight Displays on CPT and F/O side. So I had to pay extra shipping for the additional boxes. It the same order I got some dual knobs for my EFIS.

First monitor is also installed on the MIP! The flaps-gauge and yaw-damper-gauge are (somewhat) working. But I still need to connect all input and outputs the the mastercards and program it.

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About BuildaBoeing

My name is Peter and I live in Denmark.
I am building the cockpit of a Boeing 737 in my basement using my limited skills and inspiration from fellow builders.
I post my progress on this blog and hope it can be an inspiration to others.

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