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Revised as of October 1, 2009
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§ 17.53 Lighting equipment and paint.
The lighting equipment, color or filters, and shade of paint referred
to in the specifications are further defined in the following
government and/or Army-Navy aeronautical specifications, bulletins, and
drawings (lamps are referred to by standard numbers):
Outside white TT-P-102^1(Color No. 17875, FS-595).
Aviation surface orange TT-P-59^1(Color No. 12197, FS-595).
Aviation surface orange, enamel TT-E-489^1(Color No. 12197, FS-595).
Aviation red obstruction light—color MIL-C-25050^2.
Flashing beacons CAA-446^3Code Beacons, 300 mm.
Double and single obstruction light L-810^3(FAA AC No. 150/5345-2^4).
High intensity white obstruction light FAA/DOD L-856 (FAA AC No.
116-Watt lamp No. 116 A21/TS (6,000 h).
125-Watt lamp No. 125 A21/TS (6,000 h).
620-Watt lamp No. 620 PS-40 (3,000 h).
700-Watt lamp No. 700 PS-40 (6,000 h).
^1Copies of this specification can be obtained from the Specification
Activity, Building 197, Room 301, Naval Weapons Plant, 1st and N
Streets, SE., Washington, D.C. 20407.
^2Copies of Military specifications can be obtained by contacting the
Commanding Officer, Naval Publications and Forms Center, 5801 Tabor
Ave., Attention: NPPC-105, Philadelphia, Pa. 19120.
^3Copies of Federal Aviation Administration specifications may be
obtained from the Chief, Configuration Control Branch, AAF–110,
Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, 800
Independence Avenue SW., Washington, D.C. 20591.
^4Copies of Federal Aviation Administration advisory circulars may be
obtained from the Department of Transportation, Publications Section,
TAD–443.1, 400 7th St. SW., Washington, D.C. 20590.
[ 33 FR 11540 , Aug. 14, 1968, as amended at 40 FR 30267 , July 18, 1975]
Goto Section: 17.51 | 17.54
Goto Year: 2008 |
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