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Imported the image instead of pasting it
It`s on the picture you posted that you took from Baron
I gave you my two cents already but here is a couple more with part numbers and instructions on where the wires go and how to hook up. I had the cheaper one of the two listed here and it worked great.
yeah, that guy's My reference so far
but since I had 5 wires I kinda wondered, but I'll try the wiring from the amazon dude. if all else fails I'll try finding another one that would work.
Speaking as a fella who worked on various electromechanical and digital flight control and navigation systems in the Air Force, I have never heard of "DV" voltage measurements. If I were to read that in an instruction sheet, I would assume it is a typo, caused by the fact that the "c" and "v" keys are adjacent.
So there would be 2x 12v DC connections on the Tacho if I go by what they give as wiring instructions
It's very possible to have 2 12vdc connections. You still don't know if it's for a dual fire system so even if you get it connected correctly it might not read properly. Good luck
I finally had the chance to try the new cabling configuration I found on the amazon website sor My tacho.
Now they are talking about a high voltage signal.
Where on earth do I find such a wire ??
I tried the input AND the output of both coils and it doesn't budge an inch
I only managed to make the lights go on the darned thing.
( I might have asked though I don't remember)
Thanks in advance