|Dimensions||10 × 10 × 2 cm|
|Aircraft Headphone Connector(s)||
GA Dual Connectors, XLR-5 connector, 174/U connector, Bose connector, Neutricon
125cm, 165cm, 200cm
Avee20 Aircraft Interface Cable
From 19$ Excl. VAT
The Avee20 Aircraft Interface Cable is the cable between the headset and the aircraft plug-in / avionics panel.
The cable is a made of a flexible, rugged and high quality material with built in strength relief.
Avee20 vs Avee25 cables
The difference between the Avee20 Aircraft Interface Cable and the Avee25 BlueLink Interface Cable, is the the Avee25 has the ‘split connector’ for the BlueLink.
The Avee20 does not.
Three different lengths
Adapter cables are available in a 125cm,165cm (most common) and 200cm lengths.
Five different connectors
All Avee Interface Cables are available with a range of aircraft interface connectors:
- The ‘industry standard’ dual GA connector. The connector is used in almost all GA aircrafts but also in Boeing and Airbus aircrafts and is easily recognize on the old fashioned 5.2 and 6.3 audio dual connectors. The 5.2mm connector carries GND, PTT and the MIC signal, while the 6.3mm connector carries GND plus left and right channel.
The GA connectors are factory mounted as an over-mold on the cable ( we get the cables pre-made according to our specifications from China).
- The rugged XLR-5. This connector is common in Airbus and Boeing aircrafts.
The XLR-5 connector is hand-mounted on the cable in Norway.
- 174/U (common in helicopters).
The 174/U connector is hand-mounted on the cable in Norway.
- Neutricon (Lufthansa B747)
The Neutricon connector is hand-mounted on the cable in Norway.
- Lemo Redel ( rarely used even if it is very good connector. Also referred to as a Bose connector).
The Lemo Redel connector is hand-mounted on the cable in Norway.
If you are uncertain on which connector you need, please take a look at the product pictures. If still in doubt: take a picture of the connector in your aircraft and email it to email@example.com.
Do not forget to take a picture of the aircraft itself. We happen to love them.