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TOPIC: Airfield Lighting Porn

Airfield Lighting Porn 11 Nov 2013 17:15 #1

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I know some of you are really into this, so some pictures from our visit to Binbrook today

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I will leave it to you to identify them

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Airfield Lighting Porn 07 Jan 2014 22:10 #2

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Hi Kevin

Not quite sure of the Holophane however it loos like a inset Runway Edge or Taxiway Edge Light, marked AMWD, which is for Air Ministry War Department,

the smaller Light is the good old GEC ZA202 Inset Omni-Directional Light, this has a wide selection of applications including Approach, Runway, Taxiway Helipad Lighting, as it has a Blue Filter it would be used as a Taxiway/Apron Edge Lighting, also there was 2 versions made, the deep version which is designed for operating standard Filament Lamps (Lightbulbs) on the 240 volt supply and a smaller base version which is designed for 6.6 amps Series Circuit or Airfield Lighting systems, older versions used a filament Airfield Lamp which had a BA20s or Bosch Cap, old Bosch Car bulbs also fit these Lights, and later models (1980's to date) use a 6.6a 45w Tungsten Halogen Airfield Lamp with a G6.35 or bi pin cap, you can use a 12v 50w Projector lamp in these or a Capsule Display Lamp, yep the ZA202 was first introduced in the 1940's as a C2 fitting on RAF Airfields and is sill made today by ATG Airports

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Colin

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