[D8329ZAI], Letter from Charles Lorenzo Clarke to Thomas Alva Edison, November 20th, 1883

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Abstract

Re: the capactiy of the meters in 10.c.p. lamps. The experiment will be tried today if not absolutely prevented by the inability to use a dynamo at testing room. # tHE proper capacity of the shunts was once determoined and the basis of lamps requirng 0.75 amphere each. Assuming this to be a correct determination the of the shunts Figures given below #figures for the German silver shunts in open air intended for feeder resistance that a strip or one inch wide and 1/100 thick had a capacity for 301/3 amphere or a capacity of 30 ampheres for the same size as a 25 light shunt TAE marginalia "send copy of this to {grammy]? Cament [?] amswdreins[?} Leonard and the Lawerem--}? Meter man E

Date

1883-11-20

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8329ZAI

Folder Set

D8329

Title

[D8329ZAI], Letter from Charles Lorenzo Clarke to Thomas Alva Edison, November 20th, 1883

Microfilm ID

66:907

Publisher

Thomas A. Edison Papers, School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University

Timestamp

November 20, 1883