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Lejay Generator Wind Manual 1945

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Buy and Download Description In the 1930's the LeJay Mfg. Co. in Minneapolis began publishing a booklet describing unusual electrical projects. As new editions came out, new plans were added until by 1945 there were 50 separate "chapters".  Most of the articles in this edition deal with the conversion with now-antique auto generators into 110 volt alternators, other voltage
generators and motors. A lot of this info was used in areas of the country that hadn't been electrified. You could buy old generators from auto junk yards, build a windmill, repair old auto batteries, and use the electricity to run homebuilt motors, welders and so on.



All 43 pages have been enlarged 200% for better readability. The original manual's plans could be very difficult to read because of the tiny print and illustrations. This reprint edition is PDF format, viewable on all PC and Mac systems. Just print out the pages as needed. View even the tiniest details up close! Don't settle for poor quality Xerox copies - these black out lots of important details. Instant download.
File size is approx. 62MB.

Most of the information in this booklet is now of limited value simply because you can't get the generators listed. But the rewinding data, hints and tips provided can help you in other rewinding projects for other types of generators.



There ARE several projects in this booklet each of which is worth the entire price of the publication. For instance, you can build a small but useful spot welder powered by nothing more than a string of auto batteries. You get plans for an arc welder, a transformer spot welder, a carbon-arc torch, electric bicycle, a water wheel, a windmill and more. Each plan is well illustrated. This is a manual worth having in your reference library.



PARTIAL CONTENTS:



1. Plans for 110 Volt AC Light Plant made from Ford Model "T" Generator

3. A 6 Volt Slow Speed Generator (with plans for all-metal windmill)

4. 6 Volt & 12 Volt Slow Speed Generators from Dodge "G" or "GA" Northeast Generator also from other Generators

5. A 32 volt slow speed wind light Plant Generator

7. How to Make a Grinder, Series Motor, Constant Speed Motor, A Universal AC or DC Motor and a Soldering Iron

8. A 75 to 110 Ampere Arc Welder Made from Dodge "G" or "GA" Generator. Also Dual Welders.

9. Pendulum Type Fence Controller made from Ford "T" Coil

10. Plans for Building a Complete Wind Light Plant Including Tower, Propeller and Generator Charger

11. A 110 Volt AC Light Plant Generator

12. A "B" Eliminator For Your Battery Operated Radio

13. An Automobile Generator Booster Control

18. Directions for Repairing Your Own Batteries

19. A Water Wheel Made from Old Automobile Wheel

20.An Electric Outboard Motor from Old Ford "T" Generator

21. A Gas Engine or Motor Driven Generator with Drawings in Detail

22. An Armature Growler for Testing Auto or Slow Speed Armatures

29. A 110 V. or 220 VAC Portable Transformer for Arc Welding

30. A 110 Volt Spot Welder &emdash; 1 Kw. Input Normal Draw 10 to 11 Amps

31. A Direct Drive 32 Volt Wind Plant &endash; All Metal Construction

32. A Battery Spot Welder

43. Two Types 110 Volt AC Insect Exterminators

44. An Electric Scooter Using a 6 or 12 volt Battery for Power

45. An Electric "Go Bike" Using a 6 or 12 volt Battery for Power

46. A Carbon Electrode Holder for Soldering, Brazing and Light Welding Direct from Six-volt Storage Batteries

48. 110 Volt AC 500 Watt Self Excited Generator from Dodge Model "G" or "GA" generator

50. An AC Welding Transformer Using Dodge Generator Coils

Appendix: Windpower Information, Definitions, etc.

NOTE: Payloadz shows this manual as being "247 pages". This is incorrect and there is no way to remove it.
In the 1930's the LeJay Mfg. Co. in Minneapolis began publishing a booklet describing unusual electrical projects. As new editions came out, new plans were added until by 1945 there were 50 separate "chapters". Most of the articles in this edition d
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