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  • TerryP
    Rank 5 Registered User
    • Jan 2009
    • 362

    #41
    AP 113D-1825-1 "Plessey Standard Breeze Connectors" - Does anyone have a better copy than my scan of a poor photocopy dated Dec 67, please? AP4343C Vol 1 Sect 5 Chapter 1 circa June 56 also has info and illustrations.

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    • powerandpassion
      Never Be Afraid to Ask
      • Jul 2012
      • 1135

      #42
      Not sure if this helps, I think 1967 wall chart. Click image for larger version

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      • powerandpassion
        Never Be Afraid to Ask
        • Jul 2012
        • 1135

        #43
        Close up Click image for larger version

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        • powerandpassion
          Never Be Afraid to Ask
          • Jul 2012
          • 1135

          #44
          Closer up Click image for larger version

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          • powerandpassion
            Never Be Afraid to Ask
            • Jul 2012
            • 1135

            #45
            Closest up Click image for larger version

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            • aircraftclocks
              Rank 5 Registered User
              • Sep 2006
              • 299

              #46
              P & P good info.
              I have been looking into breeze and Mk4 connectors for a little while now and occasionally connectors are referred to as a Mk3.
              Given that it is not a Mk 4 or later, is a Mk3 a "late" version Breeze?

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              • aircraftclocks
                Rank 5 Registered User
                • Sep 2006
                • 299

                #47
                Just found a comment in the Mk4/7 catalogue which states "Mark 3 plugs and sockets have now become obsolete and should not be considered for equipment under design. In all instances the Mark 3 range has been replaced by Mark 4.". There is a similar comment regarding Mk5/7 connectors.

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                • radarsdesk
                  Rank 5 Registered User
                  • Apr 2007
                  • 199

                  #48
                  Just had chance to take a couple of pictures of SDM(A)16 showing the cover page detailing the rational behind changing the composition of Breeze plugs.
                  I haven't got chance at the moment to scan the pages but will add to the list of jobs to do!

                  I also have AP1086 Section 5X dated Aug 1960 (along with a few other sections) so maybe a little late for your area of interest, once again it's a paper copy but if there is interest I'll scan when I can

                  Regards
                  Dave
                  www.dsgaviation.co.uk

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                  • aircraftclocks
                    Rank 5 Registered User
                    • Sep 2006
                    • 299

                    #49
                    Well I am interested.

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                    • AndyY
                      Rank 5 Registered User
                      • May 2012
                      • 396

                      #50
                      So am I!

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                      • TerryP
                        Rank 5 Registered User
                        • Jan 2009
                        • 362

                        #51
                        Me too, I'd been on the lookout for 5X for ages.

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                        • Nicko
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                          • Mar 2013
                          • 112

                          #52
                          aircraftclocks - thanks for post #33. Thanks P&P and Dave - all info helpful.
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