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Thread: 50 Pacer Circuit Breaker Panel

  1. #1
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    Default 50 Pacer Circuit Breaker Panel

    Hello,

    Does anyone have pictures of the circuit breaker panel with attachment details.

    Todd

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    Todd,

    I have attached some photos of the breaker panel I installed. It is attached to the bottom left side of the panel.

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    Tom Anderson

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    Thanks Tom

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    Found the attachment in the Drawing CD.

    Very similar to yours but angled 45 degrees forward so it is almost under the panel.

    Interested in the Battery upgrade STC in another post which could change the circuit breaker panel size.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 50 resto panel.jpg  

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    Kind of figured it out from the late model PA22. Borrowed the U487-550 starter switch and the U487-149 solenoid. Univair still sells the late model box that houses the solenoid, switch and fuses.

    I did not like the CB panel hanging down below the panel. Moved that up to the left glovebox doors which allowed me to put the starter button (U487-550) in the landing light hole and the master switch up from the starter box to next to the parking brake.

    Also added the NULITE panel lights with a MAXDIM rheostat that also now controls the cockpit lights separate of the nav lights. This allowed me to remove the old two function piper switch/rheostat and put the nav lights on a seperate branch. may add strobes at later date.
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    Finished the panel overlay with provisions for the nu-lites.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails RH breaker panel.jpg   Lh glove box door.jpg   panel overlay.jpg  

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    Glovebox doors installed over circuit breakers. Nulites fitted in 3 1/8 holes
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