Does Meggitt Safety Systems have any solutions or recommendations to improve the reliability of the core fire detector cable harness for the 737NG?

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Does Meggitt Safety Systems have any solutions or recommendations to improve the reliability of the core fire detector cable harness for the 737NG?

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Bartmond

Hello there! Actually, I don’t think it would be appropriate to talk about buying or purchasing new fire or smoke sensors here, if you have such a question. It is obvious that you have money problems and you will not be able to buy a new one. However, if I made a mistake and you’re just not smart enough to give up your idea and buy the same ajax, for example, then I just wash my hands of it. I will have nothing more to say in this case. The most important thing is that everything suits you, of course.

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Grzegorz Brzęczyszczykiewicz

I’m afraid that it’s best to use the one that comes with the kit and buy the original.

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Verdun

I did not have such a question for ajax fire detectors, so I can recommend you to look at the reviews on this company. It seems to me that in the modern market of security systems, this one has the most reliable sensors. I personally checked their performance, so I can answer for my advice. I was also pleasantly surprised by the ability to sensitively configure each sensor using the mobile app for Android. This turned out to be a very convenient thing in live mode. I recommend that you also watch video reviews on YouTube, if you are suddenly interested

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A. Meggitt Safety Systems has developed a cable harness technology that is specifically designed to operate and survive in the harsh environment of the core section of the engine. A major 737NG operator is currently replacing the OEM-installed organic cable harness assembly with the Meggitt Safety Systems SiO2 high temperature technology cable on an attrition basis, as a preferred spare. Refer to Boeing Service Bulletin 737-26-1123, dated 18 January 2005, or later, and Meggitt Safety Systems Service Bulletin 26-35, Revision F or later, for more details.

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