|Headset Adapter for Panel Power Headset to GA Aircraft: Adapts BOSE® X, Lightspeed Zulu, and David Clark X11 headsets to be used in twin plug GA aircraft. (Unit supplies required power 9V).NEW: NOW WITH AUTO SHUTOFF|
Works as advertised, !
It works as advertised. UPS lost the first package. It took 14 days for the reorder to get to me.
Works very well. Clip is very stiff to attach. Big deal! Batteries last a long time with “auto off”.
Works very well on my Zulu 3.
Unit was shipped promptly and seems to work as advertised. The device is pretty simple, however, it comes with no instructions regarding how the one switch marked on and auto is intended to work.
I purchased 2 of these adapters. Leaving these in “Auto” mode after a 30 minute flight and both had dead batteries on the next use a few days later. While changing the batteries the 9 volt connector clips pulled off on both units leaving them useless. I’ll try replacing the 9 volt connectors to see if they can be salvaged.
All around cheap. Clip broke off, battery plug does not make good contact, cuts in and out during flight long before battery is actually dead. Would not buy again.
The box is unable to supply sufficient power to my Zulu PFX. Probably the voltage of 9 V or the current is not appropriate for this headset ...
Yes, that is exactly right. Bose X lemo cable goes into the female end of this adapter, then the dual GA plugs go into the aircraft. There is a 9v battery box in between which powers the ANR in the Bose X.
Yes, this adapter will work with the Lemo plug version Lightspeed Zulu PFX.
The PFX requires 4 AA batteries. The 9V battery in this adapter may not be powerful enough to support the ANR feature of the PFX.
Yes, it will power the first generation Bose A20 headsets. A few years back Bose changed their cable assembly to include a AA battery pack in the 6-Pin Lemo cable. If your cable is the new style and accepts the AA batteries, then you could use Part# 11-08741 as the adapter.
Yes, this adapter will work with the Zulu 3 Lemo headset.
If your HMEC356 headset is equipped with a single Lemo style plug, it will convert it to dual GA style plugs.
Yes, this has a switch for that function.
Yes, the ANR will be powered off the 9V battery within the adapter.