SCR-183

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Radio Set SCR-183 is intended for installation and operation in aircraft having 12-14 volt power supply systems, and radio Radio Set SCR-283 is suitable for 24-28.5 volt installations.

Contents

SCR-*-183

Widley-used Pre-War and early WW-Two Aircraft Radio.

Components

Models

  • (S/T Navy GF/RU Models) TM 11-200,486 1940
  • SCR-AA-183
  • SCR-AB-183
  • SCR-AC-183
  • SCR-AD-183
  • SCR-AE-183
  • SCR-AF-183
  • SCR-AG-183
  • SCR-AH-183 same TO 08-10-15 11-1942
  • SKIPS I
  • SCR-AJ-183
  • SCR-AK-183 same TO 08-10-22 1-1940
  • SCR-AL-183 same TO 08-10-36 11-1942
  • SCR-AL-183 same, used in T-6 Training Planes 12 VDC AN 01-60F-2
  • SKIPS M
  • SCR-AN-183 same TO 08-10-44
  • SCR-AO-183
  • SCR-AP-183 same TO 08-10-81 8-42
  • SCR-AQ-183
  • SCR-AR-183 same BD-AR-83 Dynamotor on FT-141, M-158 TO 08-10-74 4-43
  • SCR-AS-183 same BD-AS-83 Dyn. on FT-140/141, M-158 AN 08-10-158 4-43


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SCR-183 Data.png

Images


Reference Files

Adobe_PDF_icon.png TR-1210-1[1]
Technical Regulations
RADIO SETS
SCR-AA-183
SCR-AA-192
August 6, 1944


Adobe_PDF_icon.png SCR-AK-183 Instruction Book, January 1939[2]
Instruction Book for
RADIO SET SCR-AK-183
January 10, 1939


Adobe_PDF_icon.png SCR-AL-183, SCR-AL-283 Instruction Book, June 1939[3]
Instruction Book for
RADIO SET
SCR-AL-183
SCR-AL-283
June 20, 1939


Adobe PDF icon.png Coil Set Supplement BC-230

Instructions for Use of Coil Set C-184
For Use with Radio Transmitters
BC-AG-230
BC-AH-230
BC-AL-230

References

  1. TR-1210-1,
    "US Army Technical Manual Collection,"
    from the CECOM Historical Office archive, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
    CECOM Historical Office
  2. SCR-AK-183 Instruction Book, January 1939,
    "US Army Technical Manual Collection,"
    from the CECOM Historical Office archive, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
    CECOM Historical Office
  3. SCR-AL-183, SCR-AL-283 Instruction Book, June 1939,
    "US Army Technical Manual Collection,"
    from the CECOM Historical Office archive, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
    CECOM Historical Office