Door Annunciator Panel

Kit Bashing
All plates need to be trimmed a little to allow easier fitting.

Width5.75" (approx 146.05 mm)
Height6 DZUS units (6 x 0.375")
2.25" (approx 57.15 mm)
Backplate Thickness1/16"
Light Plate Thickness1/4" (0.25")
Module Depthapprox 3.5" - 4" plus connector

Simulator Supplier Parts
Hispa Panels145 x 215 mm (part of triple panel
Sismo Soluciones146 x 57 mm
CockpitSimParts146 x 80 mm (distorted)
PC Flights146 x 67 mm (distorted)

December 2016 prices
Hispa Panels 54annun2276 € (for all 3 panels)with Hydraulic, Anti-Ice
Sismo Soluciones-Module 49inclincl49 €Assembled
Sismo Soluciones-PanelPanel Not Found
Open Cockpits 45incl~ 651 € (for both panels)with Hydraulic Panel
CockpitSimParts 35incl~ 8£ 43 (for both panels)with Hydraulic Panel
PC Flights 4022~ 4$ 66 (both panels)with Cockpit Voice Recorder

The Problem :
This panel contains the Anti-Ice, Hydraulic and Door Annunciator functions

The challenge is to make three separate units of the correct size that fit between the rails.
The photos below show the panel build as supplied by Hispa Panels.

Post Script files for the existing circuit board

Circuit Board

Circuit Board Mirrored

  • Get 4 DZUS replica bolts (PC Flights and Sismo both supply them).
  • Cut down existing circuit board for connector backplate
  • Make an aluminum mounting plate to mount the annunciators. (Note that there is not a lot of space for the annunciators)
  • The vertical slot holds 4 annunciators. Each annunciator is separated by a 0.022" piece of opaque sandwich arcylic.
  • Add spacers to aluminum plate to mount the connector PCB. (Use 1/4" square spacers for mounting 1/16" sides ??)
    Fabricate this plate

    Post Script files for the connector circuit board (if used)

    Circuit Board

    Circuit Board Mirrored