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PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2006 6:04 pm    Post subject: Toggle Switch Breakers Reply with quote

I'm going to check out my Aeroelectric book, but I was wondering if there
are any thoughts out there regarding the combo toggle switch/circuit
breakers (model W31 on Stein Air's site)? Seems like a pretty simple way to
go, am I missing something?

Thanks,
Marcus

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2006 6:23 pm    Post subject: Toggle Switch Breakers Reply with quote

I used these switched wherever I needed a CB and a switch. They
simplify the wiring. I have a few friends using these in their RVs
without any problems. I don't think that you are missing anything.
rob kermanj
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On Feb 9, 2006, at 8:59 PM, Marcus Cooper wrote:

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I'm going to check out my Aeroelectric book, but I was wondering if
there
are any thoughts out there regarding the combo toggle switch/circuit
breakers (model W31 on Stein Air's site)? Seems like a pretty
simple way to
go, am I missing something?

Thanks,
Marcus

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 6:44 am    Post subject: Toggle Switch Breakers Reply with quote

I use one as the Avionics Master in my RV-6. 800+ hrs, no regrets.

Tim
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RV-6A N47TD -- 830 hrs
RV-10 #40059 under construction

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I'm going to check out my Aeroelectric book, but I was wondering if there
are any thoughts out there regarding the combo toggle switch/circuit
breakers (model W31 on Stein Air's site)? Seems like a pretty simple way to
go, am I missing something?

Thanks,
Marcus

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 6:44 am    Post subject: Toggle Switch Breakers Reply with quote

Rob's right. I don't have any in my plane, but it would have been
great if I did. I'd consider them perfect for things like the
Landing lights, strobe lights, nav lights, and stuff like that.
They'll cost more, but when you combine a switch and breaker price
it's probably a wash. If I ever need more breaker space, that's
how I'll be getting it.

I'd also highly recommend the fuse blocks for all of your
misc. circuits. They're also on SteinAir's site. My theory on
fuses vs. circuit breakers was this:

If the item was an incidental item to flight, or highly unlikely
to ever have a fuse blow, I put it on a fuse. Things like WSI
weather, ANR power, Entertainment power, my LED Nav Lights,
Start switch, annunciator lights, and even some basic avionics
like the encoder are all on fuses. These things for the most
part should never blow unless there's a problem, and in that case
I wouldn't really care to change a fuse in flight anyway.

The reason I put some items on breakers was to be able to pull
power to something if you want to. In the case of flaps, Trim,
and Autopilot, I see this as particularly important, as you don't
want any runaway controls that you can positively un-power.

For all the others, some will fit the use of switches quite well
as mentioned above, and some might be easiest to just put on a
breaker.

That's probably more than you wanted for info, and it's all just
personal preference, but I'd encourage you to come up with a
personal logical theory that you are comfortable with and then
try to fit your items into that mold. Also, when you're planning
for circuits, give yourself room for more switches, and add
a couple of spare blank breakers and fuses. During the
final electrical wiring I found I needed a couple more than I
planned for.

I can also highly recommend B&C's 48 tab ground block. I actually
used over 48 connections so a couple terminals have more than one
ground wire on them. It does a great job of concentrating the grounds.

Tim

Tim Olson -- RV-10 #40170
Current section: Transition Training

rob kermanj wrote:
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I used these switched wherever I needed a CB and a switch. They
simplify the wiring. I have a few friends using these in their RVs
without any problems. I don't think that you are missing anything.


rob kermanj
rv10es(at)earthlink.net



On Feb 9, 2006, at 8:59 PM, Marcus Cooper wrote:

>
>
> I'm going to check out my Aeroelectric book, but I was wondering if there
> are any thoughts out there regarding the combo toggle switch/circuit
> breakers (model W31 on Stein Air's site)? Seems like a pretty simple
> way to
> go, am I missing something?
>
> Thanks,
> Marcus
>
> (Hey Razor!)
>


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 7:16 am    Post subject: Toggle Switch Breakers Reply with quote

Marcus,
You're not missing anything. I used these exclusively on my RV-6 and am
very happy with them. I used them to eliminate the single-point-failure
prone "avionics master switch". Strategically and ergonomically placed
in logical groups, and with each avionics element on an individual
breaker, you can turn on and off the avionics almost as quickly as with
a common master switch with much improved reliability. I am planning on
using these on my RV-10. I am not familiar with the model W31 version
which Stein sells. Be sure you are getting DC rated units!! AC rated
units are available, will appear to work ok, and will pass your load
testing, etc.. but will have dramatically shortened life.
Good luck,
Dave Lammers
RV-6 N6X
RV-10 tailcone

Marcus Cooper wrote:

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I'm going to check out my Aeroelectric book, but I was wondering if there
are any thoughts out there regarding the combo toggle switch/circuit
breakers (model W31 on Stein Air's site)? Seems like a pretty simple way to
go, am I missing something?

Thanks,
Marcus

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 8:01 am    Post subject: Toggle Switch Breakers Reply with quote

Here's my setup. Everything must be pullable or toggable. see the pictures.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 8:17 am    Post subject: Toggle Switch Breakers Reply with quote

If you are using a lot, the W31s are $17 and w23s are $14 at Aircraft
Spruce.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 8:18 am    Post subject: Toggle Switch Breakers Reply with quote

These bi-metallic single pole breakers weigh less than 2 oz. and
are especially suitable for homebuilt aircraft. Used as original equipment
in Beech, Cessna and Piper aircraft. Maximum operating voltages: 32 VDC and
250 VAC (to 400 Hz).
P&B Part No. AMP Ratng AIRCRAFT APPLICATION
Beech Cessna Piper
W23X1A1G1 1 111-201-105
W23X1A1G2 2 111-202-105
W23X1A1G3 3 111-203-105
W23X1A1G4 4 111-204-105
W23X1A1G5 5 CB-2305A S-1232-5 454656
W23X1A1G7.5 7-1/2 CB-2307A
W23X1A1G10 10 CB-2310A 454657
W23X1A1G15 15 CB-2315A 454658
W23X1A1G20 20 CB-2320A 454659
W23X1A1G25 25 CB-2325A 454660
W23X1A1G30 30 CB-2330A 454661
W23X1A1G35 35 CB-2335A 454663
W23X1A1G40 40 CB-2340A 454665
W23X1A1G50 50 CB-2350A 454662
W31X2M1G5 5
W31X2M1G10 10
W31X2M1G15 15
W31X2M1G20 20
W31X2M1G25 25
W31X2M1G30 30
W31X2M1G35 35
W31X2M1G40 40
W31X2M1G50 50
W58XC4C12A1 1 431-201-101 S-1360-1A,-1L
W58XC4C12A2 2 431-202-101 S-1360-2A,-2L
W58XC4C12A3 3 431-203-101 S-1360-3A,-3L
W58XC4C12A4 4 431-204-101 S-1360-4A,-4L
W58XC4C12A5 5 435-205-101 S-1360-5,-5L 454668
W58XC4C12A7 7-1/2 435-207-101 S-1360-7,-7L
W58XC4C12A10 10 435-210-101 S-1360-10,-10L 454669
W58XC4C12A15 15 435-215-101 S-1360-15,-15L 454670
W58XC4C12A20 20 435-220-101 S-1360-20,-202
W58XC4C12A30 30 435-230-101 S-1360-30,-302
Description Part No. Price Buy
W23X1A1G1 CIRCUIT BREAKER W23X1A1G1 $13.95
W23X1A1G-2 CIRCUIT BREAKER W23X1A1G2 $13.95
W23X1A1G3 CIRCUIT BREAKER W23X1A1G3 $13.95
W23X1A1G-4 CIRCUIT BREAKER W23X1A1G4 $39.50
CIRCUIT BREAKER W23X1A1G-5 W23X1A1G5 $13.95
W23X1A1G71/2 CIRCUIT BREAKER W23X1A1G7.5 $13.95
W23X1A1G10 CIRCUIT BREAKER W23X1A1G10 $13.95
W23X1A1G15 CIRCUIT BREAKER W23X1A1G15 $13.95
W23X1A1G20 CIRCUIT BREAKER W23X1A1G20 $13.95
W23X1A1G25 CIRCUIT BREAKER W23X1A1G25 $13.95
W23X1A1G30 CIRCUIT BREAKER W23X1A1G30 $13.95
W23X1A1G35 CIRCUIT BREAKER W23X1A1G35 $13.95
W23X1A1G40 CIRCUIT BREAKER W23X1A1G40 $13.95
W23X1A1G50 CIRCUIT BREAKER W23X1A1G50 $13.95
W31X2M1G5 CIRCUIT BREAKER W31X2M1G5 $16.95
W31X2M1G10 CIRCUIT BREAKER W31X2M1G10 $16.95
W31X2M1G15 CIRCUIT BREAKER W31X2M1G15 $16.95
W31X2M1G20 CIRCUIT BREAKER W31X2M1G20 $16.95
W31X2M1G25 CIRCUIT BREAKER W31X2M1G25 $16.95
W31X2M1G30 CIRCUIT BREAKER W31X2M1G30 $16.95
W31X2M1G35 CIRCUIT BREAKER W31X2M1G35 $16.95
W31X2M1G40 CIRCUIT BREAKER W31X2M1G40 $16.95
W31X2M1G50 CIRCUIT BREAKER W31X2M1G50 $16.95
CIRCUIT BREAKERS W58XC4C12A1 W58XC4C12A1 $4.85
CIRCUIT BREAKERS W58XC4C12A2 W58XC4C12A2 $4.85
CIRCUIT BREAKERS W58XC4C12A3 W58XC4C12A3 $4.85
CIRCUIT BREAKERS W58XC4C12A4 W58XC4C12A4 $5.20
CIRCUIT BREAKERS W58XC4C12A5 W58XC4C12A5 $4.95
CIRCUIT BREAKERS W58XC4C12A7 W58XC4C12A7 $4.95
CIRCUIT BREAKERS W58XC4C12A10 W58XC4C12A10 $3.95
CIRCUIT BREAKERS W58XC4C12A15 W58XC4C12A15 $4.95
CIRCUIT BREAKERS W58XC4C12A20 W58XC4C12A20 $3.75
CIRCUIT BREAKERS W58XC4C12A30 W58XC4C12A30 $4.85


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 11:16 am    Post subject: Toggle Switch Breakers Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 12:52 pm    Post subject: Toggle Switch Breakers Reply with quote

David that is a nice clean wiring set up, you have given me some
idea's. What type (gauge,size) of aluminum angle are you using to mount
your switches in ?

Randy
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 1:25 pm    Post subject: Toggle Switch Breakers Reply with quote

Sorry about the several emails stating basicly the same thing
but kept getting a undeliverable response from matronics when I sent them.

Randy

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 3:34 pm    Post subject: Toggle Switch Breakers Reply with quote

I drilled the standard crossmember and drilled corresponding holes in the
bus bar which is copper .125 x .5 x length. I believe I bought the copper
in 24" lengths. If additional rigidity is desired one could rivet an
aluminum angle along the bottom end of the crossmember. My panel is .090
thickness and powder coated.

One additional though on the angle. Don't put it in where it will interfere
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 3:34 pm    Post subject: Toggle Switch Breakers Reply with quote

Whoa there guys.  There are going to have some seriously PO'd dial-up people here.  First, if you are going to send emails with pictures reduce the size!  You can get the same thing across with a 50k picture as you can with a 1MB.  Second, if you reply to an email with any kind of attachment, strip it off!  Since this morning you guys have sent over 15MB of the same pictures and I know the dial-up types are not going to be happy when they are done pulling down their email tomorrow morning.  Not to mention Matt probably won't keep the functionality for long if it keeps on being abused like this.
 
Look, this has been discussed before.  I personally could care less with 3MB DSL but try to have some courtesy to those that have no broadband and crummy phone lines that can only maintain 19k.  Take a second and think before you hit send.
 
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 5:43 pm    Post subject: Toggle Switch Breakers Reply with quote

Michael
 
Thnks for lookinging out for us dial-up guys. By the way how do you change a 1 MB picture into a 50k picture?
 
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 6:25 pm    Post subject: Toggle Switch Breakers Reply with quote

Bob,
I am very happy with some freeware called IrfanView  (http://www.irfanview.com/).
One of the things I like best is its ability to convert and rename pictures in a batch.
-Jim

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 6:43 pm    Post subject: Toggle Switch Breakers Reply with quote

I don’t know if I’d go as far as PO’d, but it took me an hour to get my e-mail tonight (on dial-up in Ecuador) because of all of those 3MB e-mails.  First of all Outlook crashed because of the size, then I couldn’t get on webmail because Outlook had crashed without logging off.  I had outlook setup to leave any big e-mails on the server, but with 18MB of pictures to download, that function crashed or something.  Anyway, I didn’t actually end up downloading the files, but I hope all copies of them were really great.
 
Jesse Saint
I-TEC, Inc.
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Fax: 815-377-3694
 
I am in Ecuador until May, 2006.  If you have questions regarding I-TEC, please call the office at 352-465-4545.  If you would like to talk to me, please call me at 352-505-1899.  This number won't always be on, but it has voicemail that will get to me in Ecuador.


From: owner-rv10-list-server(at)matronics.com [mailto:owner-rv10-list-server(at)matronics.com] On Behalf Of RV Builder (Michael Sausen)
Sent: Friday, February 10, 2006 6:32 PM
To: rv10-list(at)matronics.com
Subject: RE: Toggle Switch Breakers

 
Whoa there guys.  There are going to have some seriously PO'd dial-up people here.  First, if you are going to send emails with pictures reduce the size!  You can get the same thing across with a 50k picture as you can with a 1MB.  Second, if you reply to an email with any kind of attachment, strip it off!  Since this morning you guys have sent over 15MB of the same pictures and I know the dial-up types are not going to be happy when they are done pulling down their email tomorrow morning.  Not to mention Matt probably won't keep the functionality for long if it keeps on being abused like this.
 
Look, this has been discussed before.  I personally could care less with 3MB DSL but try to have some courtesy to those that have no broadband and crummy phone lines that can only maintain 19k.  Take a second and think before you hit send.
 
Michael Sausen
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 11, 2006 2:46 am    Post subject: Toggle Switch Breakers Reply with quote

I kinda have to agree with Michael.  I cannot obtain high speed internet at my location and suffer when attachments are large.
Thanks.

rob kermanj
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On Feb 10, 2006, at 6:32 PM, RV Builder (Michael Sausen) wrote:
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Whoa there guys.  There are going to have some seriously PO'd dial-up people here.  First, if you are going to send emails with pictures reduce the size!  You can get the same thing across with a 50k picture as you can with a 1MB.  Second, if you reply to an email with any kind of attachment, strip it off!  Since this morning you guys have sent over 15MB of the same pictures and I know the dial-up types are not going to be happy when they are done pulling down their email tomorrow morning.  Not to mention Matt probably won't keep the functionality for long if it keeps on being abused like this.
 
Look, this has been discussed before.  I personally could care less with 3MB DSL but try to have some courtesy to those that have no broadband and crummy phone lines that can only maintain 19k.  Take a second and think before you hit send.
 
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 11, 2006 9:05 am    Post subject: Toggle Switch Breakers Reply with quote

My suggestion is if you are going to send pictures, first learn about editing photos. Pictures that come of a digital camera are usually very high resolution and are very large (2480 pixels) and not ready for email or web site pictures.  A computer can not even display a picture that large. They have a resolution of up to 300 pixels (dots per inch) and again a computer screen can only display around 72 dots per inch, so high resolution pictures are good for reproducing print photos anything above 72 DPI is wasted on a computer screen. There are many photo editing software programs like Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Photo editor, that let you resize to a smaller photo and save at a lower resolution.
 
Mike Howe
 
 
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To: rv10-list(at)matronics.com
Subject: RE: Toggle Switch Breakers
 
Whoa there guys.  There are going to have some seriously PO'd dial-up people here.  First, if you are going to send emails with pictures reduce the size!  You can get the same thing across with a 50k picture as you can with a 1MB.  Second, if you reply to an email with any kind of attachment, strip it off!  Since this morning you guys have sent over 15MB of the same pictures and I know the dial-up types are not going to be happy when they are done pulling down their email tomorrow morning.  Not to mention Matt probably won't keep the functionality for long if it keeps on being abused like this.
 
Look, this has been discussed before.  I personally could care less with 3MB DSL but try to have some courtesy to those that have no broadband and crummy phone lines that can only maintain 19k.  Take a second and think before you hit send.
 
Michael Sausen
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 11, 2006 2:27 pm    Post subject: Toggle Switch Breakers Reply with quote

It'd me great if someone could shrink those pictures and resend them. Maybe
a total of 200K or something. Anybody willing to do that for me?

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Thanks.

Jesse Saint
I-TEC, Inc.
jesse(at)itecusa.org
www.itecusa.org
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I am in Ecuador until May, 2006. If you have questions regarding I-TEC,
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