Airfield / Runway Lamps

 

ADB Airport Lighting Inc

 

1980's ADB 6.6A 100w Special Lamp for Inset Lights

1980s ADB 6.6A 45w Special Lamp for Inset Runway Lights

AEI Lamps & Lighting

1960's AEI-Mazda 240v 250w B1-2 Aircraft Obstruction Lamp

1960's A.E.I. EL-44 Mazda 8.33a (12v) 100w Military Airfield/Runway Lamp with BA20d Cap

A.E.I. Ref No EL.44, Air Ministry No 5L-995-4616 NATO Ref No 6240-99-995-4616

1960s A.E.I. Mazda EL-57 8.33a (12v) 100w Airfield/Runway Centreline lamp,

This Lamp is also known as Thorn Ref No AF3/2, LIF Ref No J1/29 and RAF/NATO Ref No 6240-99-995-2609

Atlas (Thorn) Lamps

1940s Atlas EL-55 6.6a (30v) 200w Airfield/Runway lamp,

This Lamp is also known as Thorn Ref No AF1/2, LIF Ref No J1/48 and RAF/NATO Ref No 6240-99-995-4728

Now NATO Ref No 6240-99-995-4728, Fire Airfield Lighting,

They are marked

Property of H.M. Government, Made in Gt Britain 6C ATLAS 6.6A 200W Airfield Landing Light

on the top of the bulb

1940s Atlas EL-57 8.33a (12v) 100w Airfield/Runway Centreline lamp,

This Lamp is also known as Thorn Ref No AF3/2, LIF Ref No J1/29 and RAF/NATO Ref No 6240-99-995-2609

This Lamp came out of a Inset Runway Light the light was too heavy to carry and it fell apart.

The Light fitting itself had Holophane LR/22 A.M.W.D which makes it about 65 years old as A.M.W.D. was the Air Ministry War Department. see below

1960s Atlas EL-57 8.33a (12v) 100w Airfield/Runway Centreline lamp,

This Lamp is also known as Thorn Ref No AF3/2, LIF Ref No J1/29 and RAF/NATO Ref No 6240-99-995-2609

B.T.H Lamps & Lighting

1940/50's B.T.H Mazda Air Ministry 230v 1000w Mazdaline Filament Lamp, with GES (E40) cap, Air Ministry Ref No 5L-285,

Military Ref No X966879

NATO Ref No 6240-99-996-6879, Horizon/Airfield Flood Lamp

1940's Vintage Air Ministry Aldis Signalling Light Bulb, from World War Two

Crouse & Hinds Airport Lighting

1980's Crouse-and-Hinds-Q45T4CL-Airport-Lamp

G.E. Lighting USA

1950/60's GE 500T20/13 120 500W Airport Beacon Lamp

1950/60's GE 500T20/13 120 500W Airport Beacon Lamp Advertisement on the Wrapper

1940's GE-Mazda 1M/T20BP-115V 1000W Airway Beacon Lamp

 

GE 1200-T20 115 volt 1200 watt Military Airway/Airport Beacon Lamp

Note

This Lamp is used on USAF and US Naval Airbases, this lamp also has a Military Stock Numbers MS-25015-2 L7158 and 6240-00-556-8012This Lamp came fromFairchild Airforce Base Spokane, Washington USA, which was highlighted in a featured in the 1990 Nuclear War film By Dawn's Early Light as the home base of a B-52G Nuclear bomber crew.

1950's GE-Mazda 120v 60w Traffic Signal Lamp from the Crouse & Hinds Obstruction Light

Vintage GE 120v 500w Airport Beacon Lamp

Note this has a shorter bulb and Light Centre Length, than the lamp above and is Ideal for the USAF MB1 Runway Lights

GE 12v 300w PAR56 Wide Flood Lamp with Screw Terminals for U.S. Airfield Lighting

GE 240v 300w PAR56 Wide Flood Lamp for U.S. Airfield Lighting

1980's GE 120v 620w Airport Obstruction / Flashing Lamp for U.S. Airfield Lighting

1990's GE 130v 620w Airport Obstruction / Flashing Lamp for U.S. Airfield Lighting

Note these Lamps are Marked Airport Group Replacement and are used for U.S. Army/Airforce, U.S. Naval Airbases and U.S. Civil Airports

1970's GE 6v 120w PAR 64 Sealed Beam Lamp for a Airport Transmissometer

Note

This Sealed Beam Lamp bulb is for airport transmissometer units, used to determine runway visibility range (RVR) or meteorological optical range (MOR) in various weather conditions.

Transmissometer systems provide the most accurate Runway Visual Range at Airports,

Runway Visual Range (RVR) is an aeronautical term essentially meaning the visibility distance on the runway of an airport. It is used extensively in deciding whether it is safe for an aircraft to take off or land.

1950's GE 35A 420W (12V) T20 Ceilometer Lamp

Note

In aviation and meteorology, Ceilometer is a automatic instrument used to record ceiling, i.e., the altitude of the lowest cloud layer covering more than half of the sky. The Ceilometer consists essentially of a projector, a detector, and a recorder. The projector emits an intense beam of light into the sky. The detector, located at a fixed distance from the projector, uses a photoelectric cell to detect the projected light when it is reflected from clouds. In the fixed-beam ceilometer, the light is beamed vertically into the sky by the projector and the detector is aligned at various angles to intercept the reflected light; in the rotating-beam ceilometer, the detector is positioned vertically and the light projected at various angles. In either case, trigonometry is used to determine the altitude of the clouds reflecting the light from a knowledge of the angle at which the light is detected and the distance between the projector and detector. The recorder is calibrated to indicate cloud height directly. False readings from extraneous light sources are reduced by modulating the projected light beam so that it can be recognized when it is reflected.

GE 500PAR64-NSP-120V 120v 500w PAR64 Airport Beacon Lamp for 30 mile Visibility

GE Q1000PAR64-NSP-120V 120v 1000w PAR64 Airport Beacon Lamp for 40 mile Visibility

GE Q6.6A/PAR64/2P 6.6a 200w Lamp for VASI systems

The VASI (Visual Apprach Slope Indicator) system is a system of lights on the side of an airport runway that provides visual descent guidance information during the approach to a runway. These lights may be visible from up to eight kilometers (five miles) during the day and up to 32 kilometers (20 miles) or more at night.

How it works.

If the Aircraft is too low the lights will show Upper and Lower Red Lights

If the Aircraft is on the Correct Approach Path the lights will show white upper lights and red lower Lights.

If the Aircraft is too High the lights will show Upper and Lower White Lights

1990's GE-6-6a-45w-DCR-Airport-Lamp

1990's GE 6-6a-100w-PAR-36 Airport Lamp

 

This Lamp is a PAR36 Sealed Beam Lamp for T.VASIS Glide Path Indicator System

Note T.VASIS was an Australian Development as Consequently was Banned in Australia until quite Recently, One T.VASIS needed 600 metre area each side of the runway,

GE-6-6a-100w-PAR-36-Airport-Lamp-close-up showing the small halogen lamp in the PAR bulb

GE 6.6A/PAR56 6.6 amp 100 watt PAR56 Airport Lamp

 

GE 6.6A/PAR56 6.6 amp 100 watt PAR56 Airport Lamps

Vintage GE 6.6AT14/3P 6.6a 210w Airport Lamp

GE 6.6AT14/3P 6.6a 210w Airport Lamp

GE 500T20/3 20 Amp 500 watt Airport Lamp for USAF Type MB-1 Runway Lights

G.E.C (Airport Lighting) Ltd

1950's Osram-GEC B1/2 210v 250w Aircraft Obstruction Light Bulb

1950's Osram B1/7 (J1/55) 240v 250w Aircraft Obstruction Light Bulb

1970/80s GEC B1/7 (J1/55) 240v 250w Aircraft Obstruction Light Bulbs

Military Version 6240-99-996-5776, B1/7 Airfield Lighting,

1970/80's GEC B1/7 (J1/55) 240v 250w Aircraft Obstruction Light Bulb Close up

Military Version 6240-99-996-5776, B1/7 Airfield Lighting,

1990's GEC 24w Spiral Neon Lamp for Aircraft Obstruction Lights

1950's GEC J1-6 6a 36w Airfield lamp with B15d Cap

1950's GEC J1-7 6a 36w Airfield lamp with BA20s Cap

1990's GEC J1-39 6.6a 200w Halogen Airfield lamp

1970's GEC J1-42 (EL55-TH) 6.6a 200w Halogen Airfield lamp

1950's GEC J1-48 (EL55) 6.6a 200w Airfield lamp

1980's GEC J1-48 (EL55) 6.6a 200w Airfield lamp

1980's GEC J1-56 36v 300w Airfield lamp

1980's GEC J1-57 6.6a 45w Airfield Lamp

1980's GEC J1-58 8.33a 100w Halogen Airfield lampThis lamp was used in Inset Runway Lighting example Touchdown Zone/Centre Line/Edge/Threshold/End lighting, as well as Elevated Approach/Runway Lighting

1980's GEC Solarcolour 250w SON-T High Pressure Sodium lamp

This Lamp is the actual lamp from the Urbis RT-3 250w High Pressure Sodium Runway Floodlight from RAF Brize Norton

Lucas Lamps Ltd

1980's Lucas 12v 55w H1 Auto Bulb

Note this Bulb fits the HMS Ark Royal Helicopter Approach Light

 1980's Lucas 12v 55w H3 Auto Bulb

Note this Bulb also fits the Chinese Runway Light

Metropolitan Vickers (METROVIC) Ltd

1940s Metropolitan Vickers 12v (8.33a) 100w Runway Edge Light Lamp

Osram Lamps GmbH

1990's Osram J1-39 6.6a 200w Tungstan Halogen Airfield lamp

1990's Osram J1-50 (EL39-TH) 8.33a 200w Halogen Airfield lamp

1990's Osram 64317 J1/76 6.6a 45w Halogen Airfield Lamp

Note this Lamp has Female Spade Connectors

Osram HLX64321 6.6a 45w Halogen Airfield Lamp

Osram 64333B 6.6a 40w MR-11 Dichroic Halogen Airfield Lamp

Osram 64328Z 6.6a 65w Halogen Airfield Lamps with Female Spade Connectors

Osram HLX64328Z 6.6a 65w Halogen Airfield Lamp

Osram HLX64339 6.6a 105w MR-16 Dichroic Halogen Airfield Lamp

Osram HLX64342 (J1/83) 6.6a 150w Halogen Airfield Lamps with Male Spade Connectors

Modern Osram HLX64342 J1/80 6.6a 100w Halogen Airfield Lamp

Note this Lamp has Female Spade Connectors

1990's Osram HLX64342 J1/80 6.6a 100w Halogen Airfield Lamp (note this has Male Spade connectors)

Modern Osram HLX64361 (J1/83) 6.6a 150w Halogen Airfield Lamp

Note this Lamp has Female Spade Connectors

Osram HLX64361 (J1/83) 6.6a 150w Halogen Airfield Lamps with Male Spade Connectors

Osram HLX64361 (J1/83) 6.6a 150w Halogen Airfield Lamp

Note this Lamp has Male Spade Connectors

1990's Osram HLX64382 J1/84 6.6a 200w Halogen Airfield Lamp

Note this Lamp has Male Spade Connectors

Philips Lighting Ltd

1960's Philips 123E (B1/2) 250w Aircraft Obstruction Light Bulb

Philips 6283 6.6a 200w Airport/Runway Lamp close up

Philips 6313 6.6a 200w Airport/Runway Lamp

5 x Philips 6313 6.6a 200w Airport/Runway Lamps

Philips 6372 6.6a 200w Airport/Runway Lamp

1990's Philips 240v 300w MFL PAR56 Lamp as used in the Multi Electric Approach Lights

Philips 12v 300w PAR56 Wide Flood Lamp with Screw Terminals as used in the Multi Electric Approach Lights

1990's Philips 6-6a-150w Airport-Lamp

1980's Philips 12v 55w H3 Auto Bulb

Note This Bulb also fits the Chinese Runway Light shown Above

Philips MS25012-2 (6.6A-T10-P) 6.6a 45w Airfield Lamps

Note these Lamps are specified for use by the USAF/US Army/US Navy the Lamp Ref Numbers as follows

USAF Ref No MS25012-2

NATO Serial No 6240-00-196-4472

Radiant Lighting Inc

Vintage Radiant 1000w Airport Beacon Lamp with G38 (Mogul Bi-Post) cap

Note this lamp still works even though it looks well used

 

Siemens Lighting

1940's Siemens 12v 100w Airfield Lamp

Structual Electrical Products Corp

1970's Structural Electric Products Corp 6.6A 45w Special Lamp for Inset Runway Lights

Sylvania Lighting Inc

Modern Sylvania L2510 (J1/59) 6a 36w Halogen Airfield-Runway Lamp

Sylvania L2368 6.6a 105w Dichoric Halogen Airfield Lamp

10 x Sylvania 6.6a 105w Dichoric Halogen Airfield Lamps for Runway Centre Line Lights

1980's Sylvania-GTE (Q/6.6A/T4/GZ9.5/CL) 6.6a-175w-Airport-Lamp with GY9.5 cap,

Note This Lamp is used in the Crouse and Hinds HRLQ Runway Edge Light

US Sylvania 120v 620w Coded Beacon / Obstruction Light Lamp

Sylvania 230v 55w Traffic Signal / Obstruction Light Lamps

Thorn (Airfield Lighting) Ltd

1980's Thorn EMI 140w SLI/H Linear Sodium Lamp

 

NATO Ref No 6240-99-996-1138, Airfield Lighting, Street Lighting & Floodlighting,

1980's Thorn AF6/5 (J1/21) 6.6a 100w Halogen Airfield-Runway Lamp

1980's Thorn AF7/2 (J1/37) 6.6a 200w Halogen Airfield-Runway Lamp

1970's Thorn AF1-1 (J1/45) 6.6a 200w Airfield/Runway Lamp

1980's Thorn AF1-2 (J1/48-EL-55) 6.6a (30v) 200w Airfield/Runway Lamp

1970's Thorn AF2/2 (J1/52-EL-39) 8.33a (24v) 200w Airfield/Runway Lamp

1970s Thorn EL-57 8.33a (12v) 100w Airfield/Runway Centreline lamp

This Lamp is also known as Thorn Ref No AF3/2, LIF Ref No J1/29 and RAF/NATO Ref No 6240-99-995-2609

1970's Thorn EL-38 (J1/55) 240v 200w Airfield Lamp for Approach/Obstruction Lights

Westinghouse Lighting Inc

1940's Westinghouse Mazda 100v 10w Airfield Lamp

1940's Westinghouse 115 volt 40 watt Aviation (Airfield) Lamp

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1960's USAF Westinghouse MS25013-1 6.6a 200w Airfield Lamp

Here you see the Lamp Details and Military Stock Code MS25013-1

USAF Ref No MS25013-1

NATO Serial No 6240-00-196-4471

1960's USAF Westinghouse MS25013-2 6.6a 204w Airfield Lamp

Here you see the Lamp Details and Military Stock Code MS25013-2

USAF Ref No MS25013-2

NATO Serial No 6240-00-299-6763

Vintage Westinghouse Mazda 1000w Airport Beacon Lamp with G38 (Mogul Bi-Post) cap

Unknown Brands

1980's 4 Amp 48 Watt Airfield Lamp for the V1/737 and simmilar Airport Lights

1990's 6.6A 45w Airport Lamp with P28s cap for Elevated Runway/Taxiway Lights

1990's 6.6A 150w Airport Lamp with P28s cap for Elevated Runway Lights

Note this lamp still works eventhough it looks well used

1990's V1/2 4 Amp 48 Watt Airfield Lamp for the V1/737 and simmilar Airport Lights

1980's French 6.6a-100w Airport-Lamp

1990's Japanese JFZ (J1-57) 6-6a-45w Airport Lamp

1990's Japanese DNT V1/396 (6371C) 6.6a-100w-Airport-Lamp

Here you see both a Halogen Lamp with BA20s Adaptor and a Incandescent Airport-Lamp to show the upgrades of older Lights

Unknown Chinese 240v 300w MFL Halogen PAR56 Lamp as used in the Multi Electric Approach Light

1990's Unknown Branded J1-72 240v 200w Aircraft Obstruction Light Bulb

This Lamp is a modern version of the B1/2 lamp and with a P28s to ES adaptor

the lamp can be used in Obstruction Lights which uses the B1/7 (J1/55) Lamp

1990's Unknown Branded J1-73 8.33 200w Airield Lamp with a ES cap

Xenon Strobe Lamps

 

1990's Airport Xenon Strobe Tube with 3 pin Base

1980's Airport Xenon Strobe Tube with 3 pin Octal Base

1970's Airport Xenon Strobe Tube with 4 pin Octal Valve Base

GE FT34/HP Sealed Beam Airport Approach Light Strobe Lamp

 

1990's GE FT 152A Airport Xenon Strobe Tube with 8 pin Octal Valve Base

 

1970's Sylvania R4330 Xenon Strobe Tube with 3 pin Octal Valve Base for the

Multi Electric Type 9425/1 Sequence Flasher Optical

 
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