Electric Lighting for Ships (page 1/3)


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[picture: Front cover from Electric Lighting for Marine Engineers]

Title: Electric Lighting for Ships

Author: Walker, Sydney F.

Published by: Whittaker & Co.

City: London

Date: 1892

Total items: 13

Out of copyright (called public domain in the USA), hence royalty-free for all purposes usage credit requested, or as marked.

Some sample images

[picture: Fig. 62.---Reading-Table Lamp.]

Fig. 62.—Reading-Table Lamp.

“Fig. 62 shows a reading-table lamp, with silk shade. The lamp is fed by a flexible cord.” (p. 152) [$]

[picture: Fig. 95.---Showing Edison-Swan Ampère Meter.]

Fig. 95.—Showing Edison-Swan Ampère Meter.

“Fig. 95 shows an outside view of an ampère meter made by the Edison-Swan Co.” (p. 220) [more...] [$]

[picture: Fig. 17.---Showing Old Type of Gramme Continuous Current Dynamo.]

Fig. 17.—Showing Old Type of Gramme Continuous Current Dynamo.

Fig. 17 shows the early type of Gramme machine, some of which may still be seen doing good work. (p. 64)

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[picture: Fig. 72.---Author's Main Switch---Bent Spring Pattern.]

Fig. 72.—Author’s Main Switch—Bent Spring Pattern.

“Figs. 72 and 75 show the author’s form of large switch.” [$]

[picture: Fig. 69.---Showing Internal View of Tumbler Switch.]

Fig. 69.—Showing Internal View of Tumbler Switch.

“Figs. 69 and 70 are inside and outside of the tumbler switch. The base of this switch is sometimes slate and sometimes porcelain. In larger switches, the “chopper” switch, which corresponds to the tumbler in small switches, is now the [...] [more...] [$]


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Words and pictures from “Electric Lighting for Marine Engineers” by Sydney F. Walker, undated but approx. 1890 (a bookseller lists an 1892 edition). Lots of steampunk potential here!


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