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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2018 7:57 am    Post subject: AeroElectric-List Digest: 2 Msgs - 03/29/18 Reply with quote

Ok, thanks, I got out my special email decoder and deciphered the message Wink
The radio will only draw the current it needs, as long as the voltage isn't too high=2E The fuse protects=C2- the wire=2E 1A fuse would be marginal, since you can expect the radio to draw somewhere near the design output current of the supply=2ECut the wire off the adapter, connect through a 2A fuse to the a/c bus=2E Or better, just buy the proper connector and some wire, and keep the existing power supply intact=2E=81=A3Charlie=8B

On Thu, Mar 29, 2018 at 11:30 PM, AeroElectric-List Digest Server <aeroelectric-list(at)matronics.com (aeroelectric-list(at)matronics.com)> wrote:
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in HTML for viewing with a web browser and features Hyperlinked Indexes
and Message Navigation.  The .txt file includes the plain ASCII version
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such as Notepad or with a web browser.

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     1. 09:43 PM - Hardwire an old ICOM IC-A21 handheld radio  (David)
     2. 10:03 PM - Re: Hardwire an old ICOM IC-A21 handheld radio  (Charlie England)



________________________________  Message 1  _____________________________________


Time: 09:43:48 PM PST US
From: David <websurfshop(at)gmail.com (websurfshop(at)gmail.com)>
Subject: Hardwire an old ICOM IC-A21 handheld radio

I would like to provide power to an older ICOM A21 handheld radio in my
plane outfitted with an B&C SD-8, in the case of radio battery failure.
The radio came with a wall plug AC to DC adapter that puts out 13.5v at
1000mA.  How can I hardwire power to the radio and make sure it limits the
current so I don't smoke my radio?  Can I just cut the cord off the AC-DC
adapter and run it to a fuse block with a 1 amp fuse?

Thanks,  David

________________________________  Message 2  _____________________________________


Time: 10:03:29 PM PST US
Subject: Re: Hardwire an old ICOM IC-A21 handheld radio
From: Charlie England <ceengland7(at)gmail.com (ceengland7(at)gmail.com)>

The radio will only draw the current it needs, as long as the voltage isn't
 too high=2E The fuse protects=C2- the wire=2E 1A fuse would be marginal,
 since you can expect the radio to draw somewhere near the design output cu
rrent of the supply=2E

Cut the wire off the adapter, connect through a 2A
 fuse to the a/c bus=2E Or better, just buy the proper connector and some w
ire, and keep the existing power supply intact=2E

=81=A3Charlie
=8B

On Mar 30, 2018, 12:48 AM, at 12:48 AM, David <websurfshop(at)gmail=2Ecom
> wrote:
>I would like to provide power to an older ICOM A21 handheld radio
 in my
>plane outfitted with an B&C SD-8, in the case of radio battery fail
ure=2E
>The radio came with a wall plug AC to DC adapter that puts out 13
=2E5v at
>1000mA=2E  How can I hardwire power to the radio and make sure it
 limits
>the
>current so I don't smoke my radio?  Can I just cut the cord o
ff the
>AC-DC
>adapter and run it to a fuse block with a 1 amp fuse?
>
>Tha
nks,  David



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PostPosted: Sun Apr 01, 2018 7:08 am    Post subject: AeroElectric-List Digest: 2 Msgs - 03/29/18 Reply with quote

Talk about needing a DECODER RING!!!
Please re-post  WITHOUT using any icons or quotes.
Barry
PS
I lost my Decoder in a jar of Ovaltine.


On Fri, Mar 30, 2018 at 11:56 AM, David <websurfshop(at)gmail.com (websurfshop(at)gmail.com)> wrote:
Quote:
Ok, thanks, I got out my special email decoder and deciphered the message Wink
The radio will only draw the current it needs, as long as the voltage isn't too high=2E The fuse protects=C2- the wire=2E 1A fuse would be marginal, since you can expect the radio to draw somewhere near the design output current of the supply=2ECut the wire off the adapter, connect through a 2A fuse to the a/c bus=2E Or better, just buy the proper connector and some wire, and keep the existing power supply intact=2E=81=A3Charlie=8B

On Thu, Mar 29, 2018 at 11:30 PM, AeroElectric-List Digest Server <aeroelectric-list(at)matronics.com (aeroelectric-list(at)matronics.com)> wrote:
Quote:
*

 ==================================================
   Online Versions of Today's List Digest Archive
 ==================================================

Today's complete AeroElectric-List Digest can also be found in either of the
two Web Links listed below.  The .html file includes the Digest formatted
in HTML for viewing with a web browser and features Hyperlinked Indexes
and Message Navigation.  The .txt file includes the plain ASCII version
of the AeroElectric-List Digest and can be viewed with a generic text editor
such as Notepad or with a web browser.

HTML Version:

    http://www.matronics.com/digest/digestview.php?Style=82701&View=html&Chapter=2018-03-29&Archive=AeroElectric

Text Version:

    http://www.matronics.com/digest/digestview.php?Style=82701&View=txt&Chapter=2018-03-29&Archive=AeroElectric


 ================================================
   EMail Version of Today's List Digest Archive
 ================================================


           ----------------------------------------------------------
                           AeroElectric-List Digest Archive
                                      ---
                     Total Messages Posted Thu 03/29/18: 2
           ----------------------------------------------------------


Today's Message Index:
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     1. 09:43 PM - Hardwire an old ICOM IC-A21 handheld radio  (David)
     2. 10:03 PM - Re: Hardwire an old ICOM IC-A21 handheld radio  (Charlie England)



________________________________  Message 1  _____________________________________


Time: 09:43:48 PM PST US
From: David <websurfshop(at)gmail.com (websurfshop(at)gmail.com)>
Subject: Hardwire an old ICOM IC-A21 handheld radio

I would like to provide power to an older ICOM A21 handheld radio in my
plane outfitted with an B&C SD-8, in the case of radio battery failure.
The radio came with a wall plug AC to DC adapter that puts out 13.5v at
1000mA.  How can I hardwire power to the radio and make sure it limits the
current so I don't smoke my radio?  Can I just cut the cord off the AC-DC
adapter and run it to a fuse block with a 1 amp fuse?

Thanks,  David

________________________________  Message 2  _____________________________________


Time: 10:03:29 PM PST US
Subject: Re: Hardwire an old ICOM IC-A21 handheld radio
From: Charlie England <ceengland7(at)gmail.com (ceengland7(at)gmail.com)>

The radio will only draw the current it needs, as long as the voltage isn't
 too high=2E The fuse protects=C2- the wire=2E 1A fuse would be marginal,
 since you can expect the radio to draw somewhere near the design output cu
rrent of the supply=2E

Cut the wire off the adapter, connect through a 2A
 fuse to the a/c bus=2E Or better, just buy the proper connector and some w
ire, and keep the existing power supply intact=2E

=81=A3Charlie
=8B

On Mar 30, 2018, 12:48 AM, at 12:48 AM, David <websurfshop(at)gmail=2Ecom
> wrote:
>I would like to provide power to an older ICOM A21 handheld radio
 in my
>plane outfitted with an B&C SD-8, in the case of radio battery fail
ure=2E
>The radio came with a wall plug AC to DC adapter that puts out 13
=2E5v at
>1000mA=2E  How can I hardwire power to the radio and make sure it
 limits
>the
>current so I don't smoke my radio?  Can I just cut the cord o
ff the
>AC-DC
>adapter and run it to a fuse block with a 1 amp fuse?
>
>Tha
nks,  David



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PostPosted: Sun Apr 01, 2018 8:32 am    Post subject: AeroElectric-List Digest: 2 Msgs - 03/29/18 Reply with quote

I don't know where the extra characters came from. But I'll be happy to refrain from trying to help you in the future. Smile
Charlie
On Apr 1, 2018, at 10:12 AM, FLYaDIVE <flyadive(at)gmail.com (flyadive(at)gmail.com)> wrote:
Quote:
Talk about needing a DECODER RING!!!
Please re-post WITHOUT using any icons or quotes.
Barry
PS
I lost my Decoder in a jar of Ovaltine.


On Fri, Mar 30, 2018 at 11:56 AM, David <websurfshop(at)gmail.com (websurfshop(at)gmail.com)> wrote:
Quote:
Ok, thanks, I got out my special email decoder and deciphered the message Wink
The radio will only draw the current it needs, as long as the voltage isn't too high=2E The fuse protects=C2- the wire=2E 1A fuse would be marginal, since you can expect the radio to draw somewhere near the design output current of the supply=2ECut the wire off the adapter, connect through a 2Afuse to the a/c bus=2E Or better, just buy the proper connector and some wire, and keep the existing power supply intact=2E=81=A3Charlie=8B

On Thu, Mar 29, 2018 at 11:30 PM, AeroElectric-List Digest Server <aeroelectric-list(at)matronics.com (aeroelectric-list(at)matronics.com)> wrote:
Quote:
*

=========================
Online Versions of Today's List Digest Archive
=========================

Today's complete AeroElectric-List Digest can also be found in either of the
two Web Links listed below. The .html file includes the Digest formatted
in HTML for viewing with a web browser and features Hyperlinked Indexes
and Message Navigation. The .txt file includes the plain ASCII version
of the AeroElectric-List Digest and can be viewed with a generic text editor
such as Notepad or with a web browser.

HTML Version:

http://www.matronics.com/digest/digestview.php?Style=82701&View=html&Chapter=2018-03-29&Archive=AeroElectric

Text Version:

http://www.matronics.com/digest/digestview.php?Style=82701&View=txt&Chapter=2018-03-29&Archive=AeroElectric


================================================
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----------------------------------------------------------


Today's Message Index:
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1. 09:43 PM - Hardwire an old ICOM IC-A21 handheld radio (David)
2. 10:03 PM - Re: Hardwire an old ICOM IC-A21 handheld radio (Charlie England)



________________________________ Message 1 _____________________________________


Time: 09:43:48 PM PST US
From: David <websurfshop(at)gmail.com (websurfshop(at)gmail.com)>
Subject: Hardwire an old ICOM IC-A21 handheld radio

I would like to provide power to an older ICOM A21 handheld radio in my
plane outfitted with an B&C SD-8, in the case of radio battery failure.
The radio came with a wall plug AC to DC adapter that puts out 13.5v at
1000mA. How can I hardwire power to the radio and make sure it limits the
current so I don't smoke my radio? Can I just cut the cord off the AC-DC
adapter and run it to a fuse block with a 1 amp fuse?

Thanks, David

________________________________ Message 2 _____________________________________


Time: 10:03:29 PM PST US
Subject: Re: Hardwire an old ICOM IC-A21 handheld radio
From: Charlie England <ceengland7(at)gmail.com (ceengland7(at)gmail.com)>

The radio will only draw the current it needs, as long as the voltage isn't
too high=2E The fuse protects=C2- the wire=2E 1A fuse would be marginal,
since you can expect the radio to draw somewhere near the design output cu
rrent of the supply=2E

Cut the wire off the adapter, connect through a 2A
fuse to the a/c bus=2E Or better, just buy the proper connector and some w
ire, and keep the existing power supply intact=2E

=81=A3Charlie
=8B

On Mar 30, 2018, 12:48 AM, at 12:48 AM, David <websurfshop(at)gmail=2Ecom
> wrote:
>I would like to provide power to an older ICOM A21 handheld radio
in my
>plane outfitted with an B&C SD-8, in the case of radio battery fail
ure=2E
>The radio came with a wall plug AC to DC adapter that puts out 13
=2E5v at
>1000mA=2E How can I hardwire power to the radio and make sure it
limits
>the
>current so I don't smoke my radio? Can I just cut the cord o
ff the
>AC-DC
>adapter and run it to a fuse block with a 1 amp fuse?
>
>Tha
nks, David



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