During the mid-20th century, military and naval forces commonly utilized a vintage German handheld Morse code signal light as a means of transmitting messages. These signal lights relied on a powerful beam of light to convey Morse code over long distances. The lights were typically constructed with a metal frame, featuring a handle for easy portability and a lens at the front for focusing the light. To operate the device, the user would manually tap a switch to create dots and dashes, which were then translated into letters and numbers using the Morse code system. While advancements in communication technology have largely made these devices obsolete, they remain a fascinating reminder of a bygone era.
Width: 3 1/4″
Glass Lens: 1 1/2″
Weight: 2.5 lbs.
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