|Aviation grade, non FAA-PMA approved, solenoid for continuous duty 24 volt applications. Fits current GA production aircraft as well as legacy aircraft. Replaces both single terminal switched units, as well as the current double terminal switched units in production today. All units have multiple quality and functional tests prior to certification and delivery.|
X61-0029 LAMAR SOLENOID 24V 100A CONT
the solenoid fit our C172
This solenoid bolted on, hooked up, and is working. Does what it is supposed to do.
Its as good a price on a contactor anywhere Ive seen them. Fits on the firewall of a Cessna 172N . Original I had only had three posts, this one has four. You need to be able to follow the instructions and understand them. They do come with enough instructions to figure out unless your mechanic slept thru the electrical portion of A&P school.
Did not come with the jumpers useless without them
1/4 LARGER IN HEIGHT THAN STANDARD CESSNA SOLENOID. DOES NOT FIT IN A 210.
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Please see the "Documents" tab on the web page for the standard installation diagram.
It will conduct current both ways.
Per service bulletin SEB-24-02, x61-0007 is replaced by x61-0029 which is a 24v battery relay.