Thursday, October 13, 2011

XCOM Intercom DIY Wiring Diagram

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XCOM INTERCOM Wiring Diagram.cdr XCOM Intercom DIY Wiring Diagram NOTES: Don’tcheatonyour plane &Equipment. ONLY use TEFZEL Aircraft quality wire for all harnesses it may cost more than ordinary wire but the results are well worth the extraexpence. Pin1 Pin2 Pin3 Pin4 Pin5 Pin6 Pin7 Pin8 Pin9 Pin 10 Pin 11 Pin 12 Pin 13 Pin 14 Pin 15 Pilot Microphone Co PilotMicrophone Music audio input COM 1AudioInput AUXAudioInput PTT CoPilot PTT Pilot PTTCOM 1Output Power In+12 Volts COM 1MikeOut Ground PAX Mike In PAX Headphones Out Pilot Headphones Out Co PilotHeadphones Out DB 15Pinouts 12345678 9101112131415 DB 15plugviewed from the BACK Pin No. 9 is the positive in, connect to a battery or to your positive wires in the aircraft, it MUST havea 500 ma fuse fitted. Pin No. 11 must be connected toagoodground, a lot of radio/intercom problems comeback to a poor ground, ground to radio chassis also. Pin No. 8 is the COM 1 PTT out pin, this makes the radio transmit Pin No. 10 isCOM 1 Mike out allows your voice to be broadcast via theintercom to the radio Pin No. 4 is the COM 1 audio input, this allows you to hear the radio broadcasts Pin No. 3 is the music input which allows you to listen to radio, CD, MP3 orother devices Pin No. 5 is the Auxiliary IN, this can be used fora second COM, landing gear warnings, stall warnings etc…where you want to hear the sound through your headsets Pins No. 12 and 13 are used in the 4 placeintercom for wiring the position 3and 4 headsets into the XCOM Intercom Power.

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