|Faceplates||Red switch top with icon Avionics Master|
|-||Red switch top - Blank|
|Tab Terminals||Aveo 14 gauge Tab Terminal 12 pack|
|-||Aveo 14 gauge Tab Terminal 24 pack|
|-||Aveo 14 gauge Tab Terminal 60 pack|
|-||Aveo 14 gauge Tab Terminal 100 pack|
|Mounting Components||End Module|
|-||Connector (1 per switch)|
|-||Removing Tool - 2 required to remove the switch|
The exclusive RockRack™ system from Aveo permits the pilot to build up his cockpit rockers to meet his particular needs. The pilot can make just one simple cutout for whatever number of rockers he wants, starting with a single rocker up to a complete lineup, due to the unique locking "dovetail" stacking system of the switch housings as shown in this diagram:
I have installeert several in my Impulse, The quality of the paint is not very good. I can not find the maximum current rating of the switches, the specifications are very poor,
I really liked the concept of these switches and the look, I bought a set for my RV-7A several years ago and I am just now getting around to installing them. Still in the original packaging, the left magneto switch cover is already starting to flake the paint. I also need 1 fuel pump switch cover but that can only be bought in one of the ten-pack Boeing 747 starter kits, I am thinking about painting all the covers flat black and labeling everything above the switches. I am committed having already spent the money but I am hugely disappointed with how they $5 and $10 you to death. (Thats nickel and dime you, except at aviation prices) there are less expensive options out there, these would be cool if better customization was offered.
The landing light switch cover is no longer available.
No, the Aveo rockrack switches are not approved for use in certified aircraft.
The () designates momentary, ie only on when pressed. So the postions would be:
On - Off - On (3 way switch)
On - On (2 way switch)
on - (on) (2 way switch, momentary on)
(on) - off - (on) - (3 way switch, off in middle, momentary on up or down)