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  • chook
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    Ideally you would require 2 of these so that you can split them into a general and an avionics bus.

  • RossM
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    Anything will do
    You can then buy and use resettable blade fuses in this.

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  • waraton
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    Is this type of bus bar something which would do the job in a gyro or is there a preferred type?

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  • chook
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    Just another consideration is to allow your separated avionics bus to be powered up without powering up your main bus. I do this to allow me to run radios and nav equipment for pre flight programming and situational awareness without having strobes, pumps, ignition systems and Hobbs meters running needlessly.

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  • RossM
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    See attached Typical aircraft electrical systems.
    This is a publication of Microair
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  • waraton
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    circuit breakers and bus bars

    I would like some ideas on how bus bars are wired with circuit breakers. Ideally reset breakers on the the panel in a self contained unit. Something like this from Jaycar but so breakers can be reset in flight if need be.

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