High quality replica of Lower Boeing 737NG overhead. Entire overhead includes 18 real size panels exactly as in real plane. Panels are annunciator ready and have appropriate mounting holes, as well as openings for screws which can be substituted with our DZUS replicas.
Each panel consists of two layers and is ready for backlight. Both layers are cut on CNC routing and precision laser machines and painted with two layers of durable industrial grade RAL-7011 (Iron Grey) paint and RAL-9002 (Grey White) paint.
Every panel includes painted screws (not DZUS) which connect first and second layers. As on real Boeing modules our upper layer outer edge and rectangular annunciator cutouts are finished on routing machine and have rounded edges, as well as all round openings (for buttons, switches, etc.) have hidden recesses to mask switch/button mounting nuts and washers.
Set includes 18 panels, 6 of them are with gauges. Each gauge frames has glass made of highly durable polycarbonate (Lexan) and connected gauge imitation for more realistic appearance. These
"fake" gauge dials can be easily substituted to working gauge using the same mounting holes (our gauges only) and screws. For all third party gauges
check our schematic for exact mounting and gauge dimensions. Generally, simple dial imitation included with panel can be used to build your own gauge.
Just like on real Boeing overhead "Electrical Display & Control panel" and
"Digital Pressurization Control panel" have indicator windows with smoky glass which hide inactive 7-segment indicators, but clearly show active.
We investigated hundreds of real cockpit photos and also real Boeing NG modules and did our best to replicate them keeping all unique features and peculiarities to make overhead as real as possible. All words and symbols are laser engraved with extreme precision and accuracy. We use unique improved font developed particularly for us, as well as Futura family fonts slightly modified by our designer for best similarity.
This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 30 May, 2015.