Hard to find Wamco KW105AL alphanumeric 'Minitron'-style incandescant display, in tested and working condition. Commonly, used in military equipment, the KW105AL uses an array of heated lightbulb filaments to display numbers and letters, which have been shoehorned into a tiny rectangular DIP-style envelope. The KW105AL is rated for 100,000 hours at 5VDC, and will probably last much longer at lower voltages. Digit height is .300 inches and the display is .468 inches high. All segments test good; these are practically impossible to find, and would be a good addition to a tube or display collection or for construction of a "four letter word" clock or other display project.
Wamco KW-105AL alphanumeric minitron, normal operation.
Wamco KW-105AL, detail of base connection.
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