Part two of an extraordinary nice electrostatic collection. Early Wheatstone electric motor for rotating geissler tubes - the iron ring is. Not a magnet - when the two pole armature gets currency it magnetize and attract the.Iron tops of the ring- than the interrupter cut the contact when it reached this a top and. Afterwards it closes the contact again to attract another top of the ring... This is how a Wheatstone is working.... Mainly french maker used this system. This one is made by Pericaud, Paris around 1890. Working with a battery 4.5 V.
High 20,5 cm/8 inch - diameter base 10 cm/3.9 inch. Froment type motor made by Pericaud, Paris, made around 1890. Wooden base: 11.5 x 7.5 cm/ 4.5 x 3 inch, high around 11 cm/ 4.3 inch.
Induction coil in good working condition base 30 x 19 cm high 19 cm. 11.8 x 7.5 inch high 7.5 inch. The coil is already working with a 4.5 V battery.
3 geissler tubes - two of them length 20cm/7.9 inch, one 12 cm/4.7 inch. One heavy magnet, one Leyden jar, one lamp with a swan light bulb I had it. Glowing with 12 V, wooden box google translate didn't provide a good.
Translation for this device: Funkenstrecke. One stand with 5 clocks, glas can be put on instead of the clocks.Booklet - Les Expériences Électriques- is included in this sale. Note this booklet is a copy and not an old one! If you have any questions you are welcome and I will try to answer as soon. Thanks a lot for your interest! TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting.
The item "Early antique electric motors/rotator, part II of an electrostatic collection" is in sale since Friday, March 6, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Science & Medicine (Pre-1930)\Scientific Instruments\Other Antique Science Equip". The seller is "tizie2008" and is located in Sévery. This item can be shipped worldwide.