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    Location of Electrical buss

    I never have found the location of this component. I wanted to see
    how things were wired after a recent avionics upgrade.

    1965 A 23 M571 8787M

    Thanks






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    Location of Electrical buss

    The electrical bus is a strip of copper about 3/8" wide with holes drilled in it that connects the hot side of the cirduit breakers in front of the co-pilot together. It is behind the panel so you have to lay on your back to see it.
    Willis

    jm8995 <jm8995@yahoo.com> wrote: I never have found the location of this component. I wanted to see
    how things were wired after a recent avionics upgrade.

    1965 A 23 M571 8787M

    Thanks







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    Location of Electrical buss

    >I never have found the location of this component. I wanted to see
    >how things were wired after a recent avionics upgrade.

    The electrical bus is more of a concept than a particular component.

    The "bus" is the main electrical feed from the alternator output (the big
    60A breaker) to all the smaller CBs and fuses that power the equipment. It
    can be a copper/brass strip with holes punched for the CB screws or it can
    be a series of wire jumpers that carry the power from one CB input terminal
    to the next.

    Bob Steward, A&P IA
    Birmingham, AL



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