Switch Panels



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EA-13000 IGNITION SWITCH PANEL: STC APPROVED | $269.00


Please specify vertical or horizontal installation

The EA-13000 is approved ignition switch panel to control both the Electroair electronic ignition system (EIS) and the magneto. The panel comes in two versions, a horizontal one and a vertical one. This set of ignition switches is approved to replace the outdated and venerable rotary key-switch. By making this change, a couple of things get accomplished: first, the AD that accompanies most rotary key-switches is eliminated; second, the problem of faulty contacts inside of the key-switch which can cause a delay in the EIS from coming back on, is eliminated; and third, because the operation of the ignition systems (both the magneto and EIS) are returned back to the traditional way aircraft engines are supposed to be operated, pilot operation and aircraft safety are improved. The switch panel does require that if the remaining magneto is NOT a starting magneto, the switch for the mag be left in the OFF position for starting. All of this is explained in the AFMS that accompanies the Switch Panel.

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EA-15000 IGNITION SWITCH PANEL: STC APPROVED! MAGNETO - MAGNETO CONFIGURATION | $269.00


Please specify vertical or horizontal installation

The EA-15000 is an approved ignition switch panel to control two magnetos and a starter in a conventional ignition configuration (magneto – magneto). The panel comes in two versions, a horizontal one and a vertical one. This set of ignition switches is approved to replace the outdated and venerable rotary key-switch. By making this change, a couple of things get accomplished: first, the AD that accompanies most rotary key-switches is eliminated; second, the problem of faulty contacts inside of the key-switch which can cause a hot mag situation, is eliminated; and third, because the operation of the magnetos is returned back to the traditional way aircraft engines are supposed to be operated, pilot operation and aircraft safety are improved. Starting is now as simple as pushing a button. No more fumbling for the keys. The switch panel does require that if the remaining magneto is NOT a starting magneto, the switch for the mag be left in the OFF position for starting. All of this is explained in the AFMS that accompanies the Switch Panel.

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