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    Senior Member 40m's Avatar
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    Default Re: iBBS switch and operation?

    During flight yesterday I picked up a "IBBS Low Voltage" alarm, switching to the engine monitoring page the IBBS voltage was reading 11.1 volts occasionally jumping rather quickly up +3-4 volts in the ribbon. Didn't last the entire flight. Anyone experienced this or suggestions where to start?

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    VT Glenn

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    Default Re: iBBS switch and operation?

    Quote Originally Posted by 40m View Post
    During flight yesterday I picked up a "IBBS Low Voltage" alarm, switching to the engine monitoring page the IBBS voltage was reading 11.1 volts occasionally jumping rather quickly up +3-4 volts in the ribbon. Didn't last the entire flight. Anyone experienced this or suggestions where to start?

    Thanks,
    VT Glenn
    Make sure the IBBS Charging breaker is not popped out.

    Take a look at the connector on the IBBS, I have seen one that had some corrosion on the connector & pins. The battery and connector on the harness ended up being changed out. If that is all clean, possible the IBBS needs to be changed, how old is it calendar time?
    Pete Dougherty
    R & D Shop Manager
    Cub Crafters Inc

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