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Thomson Houston 1880’s Dynamo Generator

  View the Video on you Tube The Edmonton Power Historical Foundation is excited to have this Thomson Houston dynamo running again in time to commemorate the 125th anniversary of electric lights in Edmonton. The first generator to provide electric ...
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Boiler Control Panel

This Boiler Control Panel was used on the No. 2 Boiler at the Rossdale Power Plant. The panel controlled the amount of fuel and air entering the boiler furnace, which was determined by the amount of steam required at a given time. The control panel operated ...
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Boiler Control Console 1965

This Console was used to control the boiler functions; such as Combustion control (Air and Fuel amounts) feedwater flow, steam pressure and the amount of steam production Manufacturer:                            ...
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General Electric Alternating Current Ammeter

General Electric Alternating current ammeter circa 1914, with a mirrored scale for reading accuracy, manufactured after 1914. Prior to 1914 the Thomson name was on most GE measuring equipment nameplates. 
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Interactive Model A.C. Generator & Weston Meter

An interactive model A.C. generator connected to a Weston model 1 D.C. volt-ammeter and a string of leds. The alternator has a stator coil, and a rotor which consists of two permanent magnets mounted to an axel fitted ...
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Vintage Electric Meter Display

Floor display of vintage commercial/industrial/residential Watt Hour, VAR, Voltmeters, Ammeters, Consumption, 3 Phase, 1 Phase revenue meters, manufactured by Sangamo, GE, Westinghouse, Reyrolle, Weston,
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Slate Electrical Panel

The panel pictured on the left is from one of the Direct Current (DC) motor generators installed at Rossdale Power Plant before 1915. In the 1960s it was used to control DC power from a motor generator set, which was a back up for the generator exciters ...
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