THE Non-Approved Cigarette Lighter Receptacle is perfect for portable GPS systems, cell phone chargers, laptop power supplies, or anything else you would plug into your car during a road trip.
If your aircraft runs on 12V you will not need any extra equipment to operate 12V equipment, and it comes with a a rubber cap marked with DC12V.
Please note, you will need a 28V to 12V convertor to power most 12 volt consumer electronic devices. There are two models to choose from (P/N 11-03309, P/N 11-04894).
Works well. Easy install.
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Functionally they are exactly the same. The only difference is the TSO'd version can be installed in certificated aircraft while this non-approved version is for experimental aircraft only.
Out the box no. An adapter plate would need to be fabricated by the installer to fit this in an instrument hole.
The receptacle is stainless. The mounting bezel is chrome plated steel.