17.53 Lighting equipment and paint.§ 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 3 Code 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. 150/5345-43B 4).|
|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).|
1 Copies 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.
2 Copies 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.
3 Copies 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.
4 Copies 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.