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This page consists of two different models with the same GEC catalogue number

K8105

MAGNETO CALL INTERCOMMUNICATION TELEPHONE
WALL PATTERN


Comprising a “Hunningscone-Deckert” Transmitter, with Ebonite Mouthpiece, Induction Coil, Double-pole “Ring” Receiver and Flexible Cord, Two-magnet Generator, Polarized Call Bell, Automatic Switch Hook, and Step-by-Step improved Line Selector.

Woodwork of solid well seasoned Polished Walnut, and all exterior metal parts Nickel-plated.

Can be supplied with 5 lines, 10 line, 15 lines, 20 lines, 25 lines or 30 lines.


Taken from the GEC Telephone Catalogue, K Section, 10th Edition, 1908


K8105

MAGNETO WALL PATTERN

This instrument is intended to be used at the surface of a coal mine as a means of communication between the surface and an intrinsically safe underground system.

The cabinet is well seasoned oak with a compartment to hold two 1.5 volt dry cells. The equipment consists of a generator with an "Alnico" magnet system, polarised twin gong magneto bell and induction coil, safety shunt, capacitor and automatic switch-hook. The “Gecophone” hand-combination is fitted with a damp-proof cord. Terminals are provided for an extension bell. The circuit includes a safety shunt on capacitor.

Certification
Certificate of intrinsic safety No. T/TEL 17 certified by the Ministry of Power.

Dimensions
Dimensions in brackets are the equivalent in cm.

Height - 18.5 inches (47cm)
Width - 8.5 inches (22cm)
Depth - 6.75 inches (17cm) 

Weight
20lb (9kg)

Cost in 1935 was £9.10.0

Taken from the 1935 GEC catalogue

Front View Internal View

 
 
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