|Push-to-talk switch with heavy duty construction and dual internal contacts. Included strap to attaches to most yoke controls.|
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PTT sticking closed right out of box. Sent back. Have not received replacement as of yet. This could be dangerous should this occur while in flight not only for me but other aircraft as their communication would be blocked out. Check before using and and prior to every flight
NAV-DATA PUSH TO TALK SWITCH
Very reasonably priced, the unit came on time, I used it at my home base, a Class C Airport. Worked like a champ. All connections appear solid. My headset plugged in just fine.
Works as advertised. Note, if you are using a portable intercom, plug the intercom mic jack into the panel, and ptt into the intercom jack.
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The David Clark H10-13.4 features a .206" phone plug which is compatible with the Nav-Data push to talk switch.
This will work with all David Clark headsets that are equipped with Dual GA Plugs. If the headset has a U-174 helicopter plug or a Lemo 6-pin panel power plug, this will not work.