|P & B Part No.||AMP
These bi-metallic single pole breakers weigh less than 2 oz. and are especially suitable for homebuilt aircraft. Used as original equipment in Beech, Cessna and Piper aircraft. Maximum operating voltages: 32 VDC and 250 VAC (to 400 Hz).
Toggle Thermal Circuit Breaker
0.5 amp to 50 amp ratings may be used as on/off switch.
Cannot be reset against overload.
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Seems to work just fine.
As always, excellent service, with very good products. Although there are many other companies, I do not switch to Air Spruce!
Excelent product and quality, always pleased with you guys.
These fail. 3rd one now. 1st lost contact and caused Pamel out on approach 2nd one broke off 3rd fails after install and does not stay up. Unclear if they are fakes as markings and production location vary significantly.
I have several of these installed that are 9 years old. The handles are breaking off systematically On the ones most frequently used. Obviously they have a cycle life. Ones currently used on every flight are failing one by one. Aircraft has 500 hours now.
Works as expected.
Good switch I was looking for that brand name.
Looks good. Fits in the hole. Seems fine. Query logical difference between line and load --- dont think that the electrons care
Good out of the box. Per earlier review, pulled SAIB CE-13-22. It reports design mods to mitigate the reported failures on high-use SSCBs (cycled multiple times per flight) and there are no additional ADs at this time. Will monitor building from scratch so have a set of all-new CBs right now. Many thanks to prior reviewer Jay for that info in 2018.
Good out of the box. Time will tell longevity.
The arm is the same length as a toggle switch that would be used with at switch guard, so it "should" work fine. If the switch/breaker is positioned to be on when the guard is down, it would stay on until the guard is lifted and manually turned off. Remember each application is different and we cannot guarantee that it will work in all application or situations.
These toggle switches are commercial and have no FAA approval by themselves. They are commonly approved by the airframe approval if they were OEM on certificated aircraft. Please confirm in your parts manual or with you A&P to determine whether these can be used in your airplane.
These toggle switches are commercial and have no FAA approval by themselves. They are commonly approved by the airframe approval if they were OEM on certificated aircraft. Please confirm in your parts manual AND with you A&P to determine whether these can be used in your airplane.