[D8828AAH], Letter from J Tariner to Thomas Alva Edison, February 6th, 1888

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Abstract

"Knowing you to be interested in distribution of electricity by transformers and [unclear] currents and not having noticed any inventions of yours applicable to the measurement and registration fo such currents enclose you the a perfetion of two inventions I have patented here for that purpose and would be glad to know if they are of any use to you. ### You will see that being practically a differential and thermometer it is free from any errors due to alteration of atmosphere temperature and pressure and also from radiation. ### Kindly favor me with an early reply as I am negotiating the sale here outright and shall avail your answer before coming to any arrangement." Yours truly J. Tariner [Marginalia: "Say am not using alternating curents. We are reducing continuous current from high to low tension by a peculiar transformer"]

Author

Date

1888-02-06

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8828AAH

Folder Set

D8828

Title

[D8828AAH], Letter from J Tariner to Thomas Alva Edison, February 6th, 1888

Microfilm ID

122:761

Publisher

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