I have a fuze can that has below label.
I want to get information about Fuze and ammunition that this fuze is used them?
It is a ‘Bulpitt’ container for the Royal Navy N97 multi-role fuze used on Naval 4.5" HE projectiles.
The fuze is essentially a proximity fuze coupled with a mechanical time and DA fuze. It has four modes of operation that are selectable immediately prior to loading the gun. The modes are Direct Action, VT Low & High, and Post Impact delay which are selected to optimize the time of explosion in relation to the point of contact with the target.
For image of fuze see here - http://collection.sciencemuseum.org.uk/objects/co8409327/ferranti-ltd-type-n97-mk5-prox-fuze-shell
This photo belongs to N97 Fuze?
I sent a photo of fuze and a label.
I mean fuze photo
Yaserdoma, is your fuze from the container with the fuze you have shown?
Means do they belong together?
I got just a photo and a lebel.
I dont know whether both of them related to one subject or not.
TIMG sent information about lebel.
I asked him information about fuze photo.
Because I am not sure the lebel is related to photo.
Yaserdoma, to what I understand your images are not related then.
Does your fuze have any markings besides those we can already see?
I got photo from my friend by e-mail.
I asked him for marking.
But I have not got response yet
Can you also ask him if the fuze fits a 122mm M-21 rocket?
Or if the thread and det. assembly is identical to a MRV-U fuze?
You think the photo is related MRV-u and MJ4?
And belongs to 122m m21?
I got this MRV photo From Net.
It is different the photo I send before.
This is why I am asking your friend to compare the fuze.
You think that first photo i send that is mrv?
Your second post, the image is not of a N97 fuze