|Icom IC A220 2 Place 4 Foot Pigtail Only- Experimental Aircrafts.|
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Yes, This harness is for the A220 with the headset jacks attached to use the radios built in intercom.
Typically mono headset jacks only require two connections. The third is meant for stereo applications when available.
No, they are not the same harness.
This harness has a wire that will allow you to solder on a switch.
No, the ICOM 210 has a different pin out than the IC A220.