Standard 3-pin female plug for external 12-28 VDC power to airframe, equivalent to NATO AN2551 plug. Red polycarbonate construction screws together in minutes. Contact sleeves are solid copper, silver-plated ready for torch-soldering.
Very high quality and straight forward to assemble. Fits my 172RG perfectly.
Works great. I cut off the clamps to an old pair of jumper cables and flame soldered the wires to the contacts provided with the plug. After reassembly the plug is sturdy and gives a good fit to my electrical input connector. Five stars.
For the price it is a fantastic power plug
Well made, and designed to carry enough current to operate the starter. I bought this just to hook up a power supply so I can work on airplane electrical systems without depleting battery charge, but it can do much more.
Quality product, flame soldering needed for getting the wire in.
Belgian quality product
This external power plug is the best I have found. The case is tough polycarbonate and the contacts are machined very precisely. Manufactured in Belgium. Works great. Very nice product, good value.
Per supplier: 1500 amps, 18-32 Volts...Rated Contact Capacity is 3,000 amps.
This can take 3 OD but supplier recommends 2 OD.
Per the supplier: They are soldered.
Yes, the 3 pin jumper (11-03158) is the standard external power plug used in Cessna aircraft.
Yes, the 3 pin jumper (11-03158) uses solder type joints.
Yes, we have added the install instructions for this plug to the 'Documents' tab of the web page. Please review them there.
No, this is a plug only. You may be able to wire your aircraft, and this plug to do this, but this plug is commonly used to wire to a power source to jump start an aircraft, or to an APU to power your instrument panel.
Yes, most Beechcraft are equipped with the 3 pin style receptacle. We cannot 100% confirm so we do ask that ytou check the receptacle on the aircraft to ensure the correct plug style is ordered.