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Old 27th Nov 2022, 6:04 pm   #1
RadarAl
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Default Indicator Type 248 (Part of Monitor 56)

Does anyone know anything about the Monitor 56 system? I have an Indicator Type 248, 10QB/6325 and a Power Unit Type 675, 10KB/6295.
The Indicator is dated internally 1950 and the Power Unit 1954. The power unit is dual supply, 80V (aircraft) or 230V (ground station ?).
They are obviously ex-RAF but what aircraft were they fitted in and what system was the Monitor 56 used with? I presume a Radar or Guidance system.
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Old 28th Nov 2022, 12:08 pm   #2
M0FYA Andy
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Default Re: Indicator Type 248 (Part of Monitor 56)

I'm struggling to find any documentation for this, but I do have the manual for for Monitor Type 101 which is described as a 're-engineered version' of the Type 56.
It's Ground Equipment, a high quality general purpose oscilloscope.

Would it be possible to have some high-resolution copies of your photos, please?

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