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  • Vibrator - Bland Radio, Type BR50C, circa 1950 Object

    Vibrator - Bland Radio, Type BR50C, circa 1950

    Bland vibrator used for radios designed to run from a DC supply. Vibrators are used to change DC into AC which is then be stepped up by a transformer to the voltage required by the rad ...

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  • Vibrator - Ferrocart, Type M225, 1951 Object

    Vibrator - Ferrocart, Type M225, 1951

    Ferrocart vibrator used for farm radios designed to run from 32 Volt DC supply. 32 Volt DC supplies were common on farm properties before the advent of mains power. The batteries were f ...

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  • Vibrator - Ferrocart, Type 4085-027-01, circa 1955 Object

    Vibrator - Ferrocart, Type 4085-027-01, circa 1955

    Ferrocart vibrator used for car radios designed to run from 12 Volt DC supply. Ferrocart is a brand used by Electronic Industries. Vibrators are used to change DC into AC which is then ...

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  • Vibrator - Ferrocart, Type PM413, circa 1935 Object

    Vibrator - Ferrocart, Type PM413, circa 1935

    Ferrocart synchronous vibrator used for car and farm radios designed to run from 6 Volt DC supply. The farm batteries were frequently charged by exchanging them with a car battery. Fer ...

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  • Vibrator - AWA Oak, Type V6804, 1950 Object

    Vibrator - AWA Oak, Type V6804, 1950

    A. W. A. vibrator used for farm radios designed to run from 4 Volt DC supply. 4 Volt DC supplies were sometimes used for farm radios before the advent of mains power. Vibrators are use ...

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  • Vibrator - MSP Oak, Type V6632, circa 1950 Object

    Vibrator - MSP Oak, Type V6632, circa 1950

    M. S. P. vibrator, in original carton, used for farm radios designed to run from 32 Volt DC supply. 32 Volt DC supplies were frequently used on farms before the advent of mains power. ...

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  • Vibrator - MSP Oak, Type V4012, circa 1950 Object

    Vibrator - MSP Oak, Type V4012, circa 1950

    M. S. P. vibrator, in original carton, used for car radios designed to run from 12 Volt DC supply. Vibrators are used to change DC into AC which is then be stepped up by a transformer ...

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