|This remote switch was designed to accomodate 2 wire installations used on the outdated 121.5 MHz ELTs to reduce installation costs. The 3 position switch is always positioned in the default ARMED mode, but can also be used for testing your ELT or activating your ELT from the cockpit.|
Didnt need it turns out avionics guru inadvertently switch wires while doing work on the system, so was able to use the old switch. (There is a diode in the switch so wiring matters.) Aircraft Spruce was great on taking the return.
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1.3 x 2.0 inches, 1.7 inch depth. Recommended panel hole should be 1.06 x 1.45 inches.
Yes, it comes with connectors and pins.
Artex ELT 1000 remote switch does not require batteries it hooks up directly to the ELT.