Does the universal plug n jump # 11-00971 connect to the exterior 12 volt connection on the left side of my Cessna? Can I connect a battery tender to the plug n jump?
The Plug N Jump, 11-00971, has a Cessna type plug that goes into a standard 3-pin power receptacle. A BatteryMinder, not a Battery Tender, is recommended to use on aircraft batteries, and is recommended to be used on the battery. If it is a sealed battery, it can be used with the battery in the aircraft, but if you have a wet battery, it should be taken out of the aircraft to be charged or maintained.
Will this Universal Plug N Jump work with a Cirrus? Part # 11-00971
Per the supplier: Yes, it should work fine. The Cirrus has the 3-pin plug that this uses.
My Cessna 172M has power receptacle part number AN2552-3A with 2 pins...can I use the lightweight portable jump connection 11-00971?
Per the supplier: Yes, it should work fine on a 172. We advise that you look inside the port all the way. There should be a short third pin called the solenoid pin that would make it a three pin receptacle.
The negative terminal is spinning and rotating, is this normal?
Yes, this is normal. The negative post is loose and will have swivel effect.
Will I be able to use the plug using a 12V car battery to jump start my C182 24V system?
Yes, the plug and jump is designed to be used with car batteries and 14 or 28V systems.
What are the approximate dimensions and weight of the Plug N Jump Universal?
The approximate dimensions are 11" Length x 3" Width x 2" thickness. Weight is roughly 1.6 lbs.