The obvious answer is to buy the mating connector and use it, but that seems to not be an option for you. Are you wanting to used the whole panel in an aircraft or what? The other obvious answer is to just cut the wires and remove the connector and connect to directly to the wires. You do know the lights are either 12 volt or 24 volt. If from a commercial aircraft, probably 24 volt.Paul
Hi, thanks for response, I want to use it as a clock with alarm in my house (not in real plane), display time using those lights and set things using switches. I don't know what is the voltage for those lights, but the whole panel is from FedEx DC-10 plane. I also was thinking about direct connection, but I don't know how to figure out what thing is each pin responisble for. I know I can just experiment, but it would be hard and maybe dangerous for panel, especially because I don't know what voltage it needs. Do you have any tips?
I made some reverse engineering and this is an electronic board:5 Volts and 18 or 28 Volts (I'm not sure)