Steampunk Machine Age Aviation Lamp instrument panel WWII Plane #cc18 SOLD
WWII Noorduyn C-64 Norseman Aviation Panel Lamps
- These aviation lamps are made from a set of re-purposed WWII Norseman Bush Plane instrument panels with gauges. Both panels are from the same plane.
- The left panel lamp, uses re-purposed avionics that was used for navigation of the Norseman Plane. These instruments were used to determine the plane orientation in reference to the horizon, location in space, direction of travel, speed for time to destination, altitude for elevation above ground level, and for receiving electronic navigational facility signals to remain on course.
- The right panel lamp, uses re-purposed performance instruments in maintaining and managing the Pratt & Whitney R-1340-AN-1 Wasp Radial Piston Engine.
- Included with these lamps is a document showing a typical photo of a Norseman plane, history background, specification of plane, and performance capabilities.
- Included with each lamp are two 60 W antique vintage style bulbs; any standard size medium bulb will work.
- Located on back side of each lamp, is a variable intensity dimmer control, which adjusts the vintage style bulbs for desired light level output. This control is also a push on - push off for main power control.
- Left lamp weigh is 33 Lbs. H= 24.5”, W=16”, D=13.25” : Right lamp weight is 25 lbs. H= 24", W=16", D=12".
- Rubber tip protectors are secured to all supporting feet to help protect the surface upon which these lamp set.
- Heavy duty 8 ft power cords have 3 conductors, one conductor is ground for lamp safety.
- Electrical wiring within each lamp consists of 16 AWG aviation mil spec 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.