You are bidding on a VERY NICE and BOXED example of a WW2 German Luftwaffe AFN2 (Anzeigergerät für Funknavigation) Indicator, Ln. 27002! This was the Radio Homing Indicator in late-war German aircraft such as the Me109, Fw190, He219, Me-110, Me262, and other late-war fighters.
The AFN2 possesses 2 pointers, both horizontal and vertical. When the aircraft is in-line on a direct course to base, the first needle (vertical) sits exactly upright, in-line with the square marking on the bottom. The second needle (horizontal) indicates the distance of the airplane to the transmitter (radio beacon). When flying over the transmitter the horizontal needle points in-line with the middle marking on the left. When flying directly over the transmitter the fluorescent lamp (Fl.26682), integrated into the AFN2 would light up. This was used in the Me109, Fw190, Me262, He219, and other late-war Fighters and Bombers.
Made of aluminum and bakelite this instrument is dated around 1944, and would have been used right up until the end of the war. It retains 95% of its original finish, however there are some small marks and scratches. No dents or damage. Though it comes in the original box, it was for sure used in an aircraft, at it still retains traces of the original RLM66 paint on the surface. The Ln. number is clearly indicated on the face (Ln. 27002). I have shown its location in the last photos. Would make a PERFECT addition to any collection, display, or restoration project!
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