Q: you refer in one question to a Redel connector and then to a LEMO - are they the same? if not do you have dual GA adapters to both types? thanks
A: Yes, Redel and LEMO (and Bose Style) all refer to the same thing. Redel and LEMO are simply brand names, but they have the exact same specifications. LEMO (founded by LEon MOuttet) was the original inventor/manufacturer and when their patents expired in 1999 Redel came along and created the same thing.
Q: I have a Bose Aviation X twin plug headset. Does it work with product 5617 in the fokker50?
A: Do you have a 6-pin Redel connector permanently installed in the panel of the Fokker 50? If so, then yes, this will allow you to connect the Bose X to the panel, however the Bose X will still need to be powered by batteries.
Q: When using the adapter does the A20 still take battery power, or use the aircraft feed. Regards John
A: No, this adapter will not provide power to the Bose A20. The Bose A20 will still need batteries. This adapter just allows you to connect your dual plug A20 to an aircraft that only has a Redel connector.
Q: will this adaptor provide power to an ANR headset such as DC X11 or lightspeed Zulu?
A: This adapter does not provide any power at all. It is meant to convert any general aviation headset (passive or ANR) to be able to plug into a Bose style (LEMO) jack. It is really intended for the aircraft owner, who only has LEMO jacks in the aircraft, to be able to use a regular headset with the two standard plugs (PJ-055 and PJ-068).