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‘Lamps, Operator’ WftW Pamphlet 2. Part 2.
Lamps Operator No. 6B
ZA 28365 (NSN 6230-99-942-7881)
Used with Wireless Set No. 62 and Station Radio C12. Remarks/observations: The Wireless Set No. 62 working instructions showed a UV adaptor that could be fitted on this lamp, but it is doubtful whether this adaptor ever was issued.
Lamps Operator No. C1 ZA/C 4412
Used with Wireless Set No. 52. Remarks/observations: There were no apparent differences between the Lamps Operator No. C1 and No. C6. ‘’...may be incorrectly labelled ‘Lamp Operator’s C6 ZA/C00065’...’’ (A note from WS (Cdn) No. 52 EMERs)
Lamps Operator No. C2 ZA/C 2092
Used with Wireless Set (Cdn) No. 29.
Lamps Operator No. C6
Used with Wireless Set (Cdn) No. 52. Remarks/observations: There were no apparent differences between the Lamps Operator No. C1 and No. C6. ‘’...may be incorrectly labelled ‘Lamp Operator’s C6 ZA/C00065’...’’ (A note from WS (Cdn) No. 52 EMERs)
Lamps Operator No. 6 (Aust)
Used with Australian Wireless Set No. 153 in particular the associated Reception Set (Aust) No. 8. Remarks/observations: The lamp is a standard operator lamp No. 6 with two flying leads for connecting to the two terminals fitted on the front panel of the receiver.
Lamps Operator No. 10 Mk.1/1 and 11 Mk.1/1
Lamps Operator No. 10 Mk.1/1 (ZA 31038) was fitted to clamp and arm marked Lamps Operator No. 11 Mk1/1 (Z1/6230-99-943-7883). This might be at first glance an odd combination but as several samples were encountered this assembly appears to be original.
Unknown Lamps Operator
This variation of Lamps Operator No. 2 was unmarked. It had a different top cover.
Close up and general view of an unknown type of lamp, believed to be a commercial model. In this picture it is seen fitted in an early Golden Arrow Mk.II receiver trailer. It was also used in other vehicles.
Miscellaneous post-war lamps.
Several versions and variations of fixed mounted ceiling and wall mounted lamps have been encountered. These lamps were not specifically wireless items and normally part of a vehicle installation kit.
The armless ceiling lamp shown left and right was used in numerous wireless and line communication vehicles and trailers. It had similarities to and might be a modified version of Lamps Operator No. 3.
Lights desk adjustable 2 arm Dugdill type MSV/54
This articulated lamp, believed to be an adoption of a commercial product, was fitted in various post-war wireless trucks e.g. Truck 1-ton GS Wireless HP. (Left and below) Stores number was X2/6230-99-942-6380.
Ultra Violet Adaptor (left) and Lamps Operator No. 6B (right) as used with Wireless Set No. 62 (right)