NPFC - MIL-L-6363
LAMPS, INCANDESCENT, AIRCRAFT SERVICE, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR
|Publication Date:||25 September 1992|
This specification provides the general and environmental performance requirements for incandescent lamps intended for use primarily in military aircraft applications.
Lamps covered by this specification will be of the following types, as specified in the applicable specification sheet.
Type I - General purpose lamps suitable for use in applications at ambient temperatures from −55°C (−67°F) up to 85°C (185°F).
Type II - Special purpose lamps suitable for use in applications at ambient temperatures from −55°C (−67°F) and above 85°C (185°F).
Lamp part identifying numbers shall be as specified in the applicable detail specification (see 6.7).
THIS APPENDIX PROVIDES GUIDANCE INFORMATION ONLY AND IS NOT INTENDED TO BE USED FOR PURPOSES OF INTERCHANGEABILITY.
This appendix provides a listing of part identifying numbers indicated on MIL-L-6363 detail specification sheets cross-referenced to Industry/ANSI lamp numbers for similar lamps. This cross-reference listing is intended for reference use only and is NOT to be used for interchangeability with commercial or other military designated lamps due to unique aircraft applications and qualification requirements of MIL-L-6363 and its associated detail specification sheets.
Lamps acquired to this specification are intended for use primarily in military aircraft lighting applications where equipment and aircraft must operate under severe performance, storage and... View More
Lamps acquired to this specification are intended for use primarily in military aircraft lighting applications where equipment and aircraft must operate under severe performance, storage and environmental conditions. Typical lamp usages include applications in instruments and panel illumination, control and signal indicators, anti-collision lights, wing position lights, taxiing and landing lights.View Less