The FLOOD-light in the FWD Overhead to make it work, and this, together with the FLOOD CPFLight module is sufficient for a few small technical adjustments.

The Flood/Panel Bright module from CPFlight on the rear panel a terminal block with three connections, which are internally connected to the 3 legs of a built-in as standard, potentiometer, 0.5 W (4K7) in order to control the Flood of Light.
This control is entirely independent of and separate from the whole of the circuits of the other modules as well. This is to prevent damage and to avoid the use of an external voltage.








In the government, where the FLOOD Light should I be a-saving ledspot built-in 2.4 W (12 V) ( This video gives you plenty of light on the TQ and pedestal.








First, I have to use a bulb holder which can be purchased and installed in a frame out of PVC Foam (you can also have the wood to do this).
In this context, with the lamp holder and the lamp, in turn, are installed in the FWD Overhead. To do this, I have a device that uses the Flood-subpanel and a double-sided adhesive tape, extra mounting.

The wiring runs through the inside of the metal cockpitframe in the direction of the inside pedestal.

The built-in gain from CPFlight to make it work, it is necessary to have an electronic circuit (pcb) connected to it, and it is suitable for the control of the switch with the indicator light.

To do this, I made the pcb using a dimmer. This dimmer I bought at the DealExtreme and is suitable for both 12V and 8 Amps.








The dimmer I got was dismantled, and the pcb with the jacks and the volume pot pulled out.

The potentiometer (B1K), I cut off the 3 wires connected to the " FLOOD the terminal block. The middle wire on the middle connector (runner) and the other wires to the outer edges. If the result is (dim) works the other way around, as is expected, it is just the buitendraden to change it.


The front side of the led, I fitted a piece of ‘frosted glass’, this is the spot for a bit of a block. For the simulation of the milk glass I have a piece of white translucent plastic, with a hollow where the ice has has a resident.


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