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Page 1   Electrical Miscellaneous

Page 2   Electrical Switches

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Page 1 Electrical Miscellaneous

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Combined Screw & Washer  Pack of 4 (No 65A pg 1 Elec Misc)

CX.169331

 

10

 

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Lock Washer  Pack of 12 (No 65B pg 1 Elec Misc)

CX.112420-8

 

10

 

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Lock Washer  Pack of 4 (No 65C pg 1 Elec Misc)

CX.112420-12

 

10

 

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Rivet Pack of 3 (No 65D pg 1 Elec Misc)

CX.187629

 

10

 

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Electrical Switch Magnetic Relay Type F (No 64 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Here we have an Air Ministry marked, switch magnetic relay. It is a 24 volt 20 amp version.

5C/862

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Electrical Switch Bracket (No 63 pg 1 Elec Misc)

EA2 80 277 1SS4 S9339

A2 80 271 1SS 4

EA2 80273 S9339 1SS3

This original bracket fits the standard on/off switch 5C/543 and the 3 way switch of the same pattern 5C/930

The EA code is the part number for the Lancaster, Lincoln 2 and York C1 as it has 2 after the EA I think its most likely from a Lincoln.

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Two digit counter (No 62 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Sorry I have absolutely no idea what these are for obviously not engine hours if you can tell me please contact me.

The inspection stamp is RFL3 and it has EL 42969

 

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35 each two avialable

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J Stone and Co Pile assembly (No 61 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Stone Foundries still operates at Charlton in a plant established in 1939 to produce aluminium and magnesium light alloy castings mainly for the aircraft industry,having produced specialised alloy parts and aircraft propellers for the Vickers Viscount and de Havilland Comet.

Pile assembly AM contract no 823627/38C.7 (B) A/M 5U/901

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Accumulator cut out Type D  (No 60 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Old/new stock  in original packaging. We have an unboxed one used to take pictures the ones supplied should be in much better condition but we will open before shipping if requested.

5C/2725

Type DS No 2

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 65 each six available

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 Cover 5CW/5795 (No 59 pg 1 Elec Misc)

New and in original packaging.

5CW/5795

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 Hook Nut 22C/2968 (No 58 pg 1 Elec Misc)

By Airmed Ltd. New and in original packaging.

REF: 22C/2968.R.N47178

AIR 6075

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 Plate 5C/2847 (No 57 pg 1 Elec Misc)

5C/2847

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 Lamp Holder 5A/2019 (No 56 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Nice condition lamp holder.

5A/2019

R2905

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Rockers Brush (No 55 pg 1 Elec Misc)

New and in original packaging.

5UA/255

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Set of 4 studs (No 54 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Set of 4 studs for com end. New and in original packaging.

5UB/6347

Part No: Z.100210

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37A 3582 Set of 5 Screws (No 53 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Set of 5 screws. New and in original packaging.

Ref No: 37A 3582

Part No: CX 54198

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Circuit Breaker Cover 5C/3888 (No 52 pg 1 Elec Misc)

New and in original packaging.

Part no: CX125025

5U/3888

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Voltage Regulator (No 51 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Single coil voltage regulator

80 Volts

Serial no: 34219/343

Ref no: 5U/2544

5U/3303

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Transformer ZA.6968 (No 50 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Transformer vibrator no.1 Multi-purpose

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5X/1923  (No 49 pg 1 Elec Misc)

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 50amp shunt 5Q/4342 (No 48 pg 1 Elec Misc)

New old stock appear to be unused but sold as seen.

2 Available

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 100amp shunt 5Q/24969No (47 pg 1 Elec Misc)

New old stock unused in original box.

 

 

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 Spitfire Fuel pump suppressor (No 46 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Suppressor Box Type B No. 5 5C/4317.  Used as a fuel pump suppressor for the Spitfire and other aircraft appears to be as new inside.

Ref:5C/4317/T

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Out of stock more wanted please contact me

 

Spitfire 12 Volt Voltage regulator Type F (No 45 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Here is what is becoming a quite rare peace a voltage regulator fitted to the Spitfire behind the Pilots head and other RAF Wartime aircraft but being 12 volt almost exclusively fighters.

In its original box and in very good original condition.

5U/1891

Type F

12 Volt

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Universal AVO Minor circuit tester (No 44 pg 1 Elec Misc)

A nice interesting peace of aviation history it has space for a battery and my best guess is that this is an early electrical circuit tester. It appears to be in good condition.

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Wartime electrical contact testing precision tool (No 43 pg 1 Elec Misc)

A Pocket sized Wartime tool/tester with two British patents #323282 and 441164. According to the patent info. available on-line, the tool was designed by Jens Erickson, to measure spring pressures exerted on electrical contact.

Its a stunningly made piece please enlarge the pictures to take a detailed look as new unused I removed it from its original sealed box for the photo.

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` Aircraft Suppressor Type G5 (No 42 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Ref:5CY/5151

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Aircraft Suppressor Type Y (No 41 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Ref:5C/2605

65

 

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We have 4 of these Available

 

Luftwaffe V2 Control Contactor (No 40 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Here we have a Control Contactor as Used in Luftwaffe Aircraft as well as V2 Rockets

 This is in Good Condition and it is still in the original box

This has Gerat Nr. 19-9005 C-1

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Luftwaffe Aircraft Resistor (No 39 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Here we a Round Resistor as used by the Luftwaffe

Resistance is set to 70 Ohms

25

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Bosch Anlass WW1 Starting Magneto (No 38 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Here we have a very Rare Bosch Starting Magneto. I have researched the serial number and i have found that this example is a very early one dating from 1904.

Bosch Anlass-Magnet

Serial Number 73085

These were fitted to the LHS of the Cockpit and attached to a magneto starter switch. as used in almost all German and Austrian-Hungarian WWI aircraft cockpits. Turning the crank handle would generate a strong electrical spark to the ignition wires to "boost" the engine start-up.

The handle turns but we have not been able to test it. We will test it upon request

Seen in Situ Below in a Fokker Albatros

1750

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Shunt (No 37 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Here we have a 100 amp 50mV Shunt

Comes in it original box and Packaging

Ref: 5Q/249869

30

 

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Altitude Switch (No 36 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Here we have a Altitude Switch FDQ/A/400

Ref: 5C/4066

Come with Serviceability Ticket

Comes with Original Re-Packaging

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Resistance Berco (No 35 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Here we have a Resistance Berco A.80 Complete with Clips

Ref: 5U/5755

25

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Cable Ends (No 34 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Here We Have a Set of 50 Crown Type Cable Ends

Ref: 5K/2595

AGS.1691.F

25

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Locking Solenoid (No 33 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Here we have a 24V Locking Solenoid in good condition

Code: D5308

Serial no: 3606

25

 

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Unknown Electrical Tool (No 32 pg 1 Elec Misc)

We are Unsure as to the actual purpose of this tool However the reference number tells us that it is to do with electrical.

It May be a Tool for Crimping Wires

It is a Very Nice Piece of Equipment with the body being made out of brass and aluminium 

 Ref No: 5H/106

138 Amp

75

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Fuse Resistance and Transformer Box (No 31 pg 1 Elec Misc)

 Ref No: 5A/3732

24V and 230V  Connectors

95

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Dual Voltage Regulator Block (No 30 pg 1 Elec Misc)

 Ref No: 5U/215

Type P.H.

24V - 100A

Out of stock more wanted contact me

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Dummy Terminal Block (No 29 pg 1 Elec Misc)

 Ref No: 5C/1947

35

 

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Voltage Regulator Type 22A (No 28 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Here we Have a voltage Regulator Type 22A 

Ref No: 5UC/5797

75

 

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Inverter for Aircraft Magnetic Compass System (No 27 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Here we have Inverter made by Bendix Aviation Company

Manufacturers Part Number 12117-6-A

This is used in the Magnetic Compass System

75

Mounting Block (No 26 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Ref: 5C/2813

25

 

Voltage Regulator (No 25 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Ref: 5U/378

Type 40

19V D.C

25

Fire Detection Unit (No 24 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Ref: 27N/43

35

Fire Suppression Time Delay Switch (No 23 pg 1 Elec Misc)

 Through the feathering button, a circuit from the positive and earth terminals is supplied to the main coil of the relay. This opens the main extinguisher-bottle contacts and closes a circuit to energize a holding-in coil for a period of eight seconds; simultaneously, the relay starts running

Ref: 27N/56

24 Volts

VTS Ltd

35

Sender unit (No 22 pg 1 Elec Misc)

 

5CX instrument sender

25

 

Locking solenoid (No 21 pg 1 Elec Misc)

 TYPE D

Ref: 5D/1812 

12volt

25

Air Ministry Cover (No 19 pg 1 Elec Misc)

AM Ref: 5C/1004 

UK postage free

5

 

Accumulator cut out (No 18 pg 1 Elec Misc)

AM Ref: 5A/3091

Type 1


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Spitfire Cut-out accumulator (No 17 pg 1 Elec Misc)

A/M 1615

These were fitted to Spitfires and probably other RAF wartime aircraft. Mint as new condition.

55

Relay Type P (No 16 pg 1 Elec Misc)

AM Ref: 5C/1722 

24 volt. 

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Resistor 12 and 24 volts (No 15 pg 1 Elec Misc)

AM Ref: 6A/1200 

12 and 24 volt. 

Wartime Air Ministry Kings crown.

20


 

Box resistor (No 14 pg 1 Elec Misc)

AM Ref: 5C/586      3 Ohms      1.8 amps

20

Lancaster Aircraft Suppressor (No 13 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Ref:5C/2682

As Used in the Lancaster, Halifax and Stirling

55

 

De-icing Pump Motor (No 12 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Ref:5UE/411

Type: AD10/S6H

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24 volt AC Rev counter Generator (No 10 pg 1 Elec Misc)

Wartime Air ministry crown marked

AM Ref: 5U/101

N3EZ

No 886

RX 11701

Appears in serviceable condition and spins freely.

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Dummy Terminal Block (No 9 pg 1 Elec Misc)

AM Ref: 5C/1923

Wartime Air Ministry Crown

20

Spitfire Dummy Stowage No 8 pg 1 Elec Misc()

Fitted to the Spitfire firewall

AM Ref: 5C/718

20

Spitfire inertia Cut-out (No 6 pg 1 Elec Misc)

85

Used in Spitfires to cut the electrics on impact.

Mint in original wrapper .

 

Armaments Auto Selection Control Box (No 6 pg 1 Elec Misc)

AM Ref: 5D/1270

Wartime Air Ministry Crown

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Compass Corrector ( Nos 5 Electrical Misc pg 1)

Compass corrector as fitted to all allied aircraft.

This fits to the underside of the compass tray in everything from Spitfires to Lancaster's. MINT still sealed in their boxes.

Ref:6A/1752

Find this is the instruments clocks and compasses page link here


 

Generator For Electrical RPM  ( Nos 11 Electrical Misc pg 1)

AM Ref: 6A/1560

Mk. 7A

Code: 59 RV

As used in the Lancaster and Other RAF Aircraft

Find this in the Instruments rev counter section link here

Glass insulator  ( Nos 20 Electrical Misc pg 1)

Pictured here are two glass insulators used in wartime aircraft to insulate aerials. They are stored like this and the price is for each individual glass.

Find these in the radio section link here

 

Lancaster Beam approach Switch ( Nos 1 Electrical Misc pg 1)

An early brass beam approach control switch as fitted in Lancaster's and other heavy RAF Bombers.

Beam Approach Beacon System (or BABS) is an automatic RADAR landing system developed in the early 1940s.

It is a responder (or transponder) mounted in a Hillman and placed at the end of the runway. It was interrogated by Rebecca mounted in an aircraft. It responded by transmitting dots on one side of the runway and dashes on the other. The strength of the reception in the aircraft's depended on the aircraft's position relative to the centre line of the runway. The aircraft's equipment could then determine its position relative to these dots and dashes.


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Compass corrector ( Nos 4 Electrical Misc pg 1)

 Compass corrector, bolted to the underside of the compass tray in all War Birds that used a compass.  

AM Ref: 6A/1032

Out of stock

Bomb Fusing Unit ( Nos 2 Electrical Misc pg 1)

Inside is an electro mechanical solenoid which when energized, holds onto a fusing wire (fitted to the bomb), which in turn has a shear wire built into it and this removes the safety pin from the arming vane of the bomb, allowing the vane to rotate and arm the fuse when clear of the aircraft
  If the fusing unit isn't energized, the wire pulls out of the unit and the fuse will not arm the bomb. This would be the case if the pilot decided to jettison the bombs safe.

AM Ref: 5D/927

Type C

Used in Heavy Bombers Such as the Lancaster, Halifax and Stirling

Out of stock more wanted please contact me

 

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