Radio Equipment Air Force World War II,RAF Lancaster Navigator

  • 1800.00 £
  • Published date: June 16, 2024
    • Braunton, Devon, United Kingdom

Radio Equipment Air Force World War II,RAF Lancaster Navigator

⭕ WW2 RAF Lancaster Navigator Equipment: H2S + Switch unit + Gee + Astrograph

Up for sale:

1. H2S unit. The unit is visually intact, however it has nothing inside. The hulk was found in a shed in Holland and came from a crashed Halifax bomber. All buttons, the scopes and dials have been added so it looks complete, but once again, inside its empty.
2. The H2S switch unit. This piece of equipment is even harder to find than the actual H2S, and this one is intact.
3. Gee-unit. Right, it has most of the insides, but it had a modification where they took the tuning disc off, so I reinstalled it. The dial is not connected to anything though. If you are a bit technical Id say you probably could do a better job. Also the red C-Fine knob and light blue knob are repros I have made. Originals can probably be found and installed. Visually the unit looks fine.
4. A RCAF Astrograph Mk1a, in its original box, with two star-rolls, one of them installed in the unit, intact.
5. An Air-position-Indicator MK1b, restored
6. A DR Compass Variation Corrector MK1
7. A Power Unit
8. A Type-26 RF Unit, normally connected to the Gee-Indicator.
9. A Course Indicator
10. A Seat; this one come from a Lancaster, however I am not sure whether this was the Wireless Operators seat or the Navs seat. Some Lancs were equipped with swivel seats, some with fixed seats. Needs restoring.

Phone number ✆ 07755 473766
Braunton, Devon

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