Steampunk Lamp Aviation Aircraft Instrument Repurposed #CC9
- Aircraft instruments are from salvaged aircraft. Used in navigation.
- PSM-6 military multimeter salvaged from U.S. government surplus.
AN/PSM-6 AKA "Pisum 6"
- One of the most rugged analog multimeters ever manufactured for U.S. government use.
- Built to U.S. military specs by Bruno-New York Industries.
- Also known in some circles as the ME-70/PSM-6 or 56-5002A or later as a 165-5002.
- This meter saw service with almost every branch of the military starting in the early '50's
- Used in extreme temperature missile environments as recently as the mid '90s!
- Used at U.S. missile battalions in Europe and forward electronic posts throughout the Pacific and in SE Asia.
- Used on benches at depot level repair facilities within all branches of military and government service.
- Likely was one of the most used pieces of test equipment in military or government maintenance/repair.
- Anywhere the military had electronic equipment that required maintenance and/or calibration; you would find a PSM/6.
- This handy rugged multimeter was also used in support of other government agencies like FAA Airway Facilities.
- Included with this lamp is a 60 W vintage style bulb; any standard size medium bulb will work.
- Located on back side of this lamp is a variable intensity dimmer control, which adjusts the vintage style bulb for desired light level output. This control is also a push on - push off main power control.
- Lamp weigh is 17.8 Lbs. H= 21”, W=13”, D=12.5”
- Rubber tip protectors are secured to supporting feet to help protect the surface upon which this lamp sets.
- Heavy duty 8 ft power cord has grounded plug with 3 conductors.
- Lamp wiring consists of 16 AWG aviation grade silver plated copper with Teflon insulation for durability.
- All Lamp surfaces are grounded for safety, all wiring is securely clamped, protected, and meets safety standards.