A.F. Electronics by Year: 1952

Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:13
Category:Electronics
Name:Circuit Breaker
Model Introduced:1952
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The #13 Circuit Breaker was produced from 1952 through 1955, in only one variation. The circuit breaker was a replacement for the #11 Circuit Breaker, which was produced in 1946 and was intended for use with transformers without a built-in circuit breaker.
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photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:17B
Category:Electronics
Name:Transformer
Model Introduced:1952
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190W. With circuit breaker built-in.
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Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:19B
Category:Electronics
Name:Transformer
Model Introduced:1952
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300W, 7-15V AC. Single-throttle (dead-man type, i.e. it returns to the off position when let go). Includes volt- and ammeter built-in. Manufactured from 1952 through 1955.
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photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:30B
Category:Electronics
Name:Transformer
Model Introduced:1952
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Dual throttle (dead-man type, i.e. they return to the "off" position when let go; operate in opposite direction). 18 volts AC. 300 watts total. Single-core. With circuit breaker built-in.
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photo © Terry Sprankle

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