|Object type||Aircraft component|
|Place made||United Kingdom|
Second World War, 1939-1945
Amplifier Type A1134/A Ref. No. Y10U/90 modified by the RAAF
Amplifier manufactured according to standards set by the UK Air Ministry for use on British aircraft and later modified by the RAAF. The rectangular unit is encased in black metal and has two yellow plastic socket leads attached to as well as two black plastic switches on the front of the unit. Instructions, now faded, are inscribed on a plate attached to the top of the unit. 'Type A1134/A Ref. No. Y10U/90 Serial No. TCA-R-71' is inscribed on the front of the unit.
This item was part of standard communications equipment used in British designed and constructed aircraft during the Second World War. It was mounted on a traverse table on the rear end of the navigator's table and was frequently used in conjunction with the T1154 - R1155 communications euipment as fitted in aircrraft including the Avro Lancaster and GAF Lincoln bombers.