Trig – completion and testing

Well, after many hours of careful preparation and meter continuity testing of the two prime D plugs it came to the time to connect up. Realised I had managed to run out of positive bus connections so a brief pause whilst I change the behind the panel bus bar to give me up to 10 locations.

I also changed from the screw type connector block to a crimped ring connector with a handshake fly lead .. This means I can isolate and fully remove any powered item without affecting any others.

First power up and bingo .. All lights up … Default frequencies were changed to add 134.67 the ATIS for Jersey and then 119.45 (Tower) and

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