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High-Speed Relays 1003

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High-Speed Relays 1003; ATM, Automatic (ID = 169530) Misc
ATM, Automatic: High-Speed Relays 1003 [Misc] ID = 169530 820x615
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For model High-Speed Relays 1003, ATM, Automatic Telephone Manufacturing
 
Country:  Great Britain (UK)
Manufacturer / Brand:  ATM, Automatic Telephone Manufacturing
alternative name
 
Automatic T.M.(GB)
Year: 1920 ?? Category: Miscellaneous (Other, Various) - see notes
Wave bands - without
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Loudspeaker
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: High-Speed Relays 1003 - ATM, Automatic Telephone
Material Various materials
Source of data -- Collector info (Sammler)

Model page created by Mario Coelho. See "Data change" for further contributors.



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ATM, Automatic: High-Speed Relays 1003
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Hi- speed relays
Mario Coelho
04.Jan.06
  1 Dear Friends

I've here one ATM's Hi-speed Relays.
 
I think its function was a telephonic function. Or was it used to another matters? RF included? 

Do you know its released year? +/-

Thank you for your time

Best Regards

Mário Coelho
Konrad Birkner † 12.08.2014
04.Jan.06
  2 Hi Mario,

Could You please sketch the connections of the device?

As a first approach I assume either a kind of "microphone amplifier" or a Telegraphic relay having no (or rather no) contact bouncing. This is necessary to restore wire telegraphy signals in particular in high speed (machine) morse or in early telecopy. In Germany such relays bore the name "Telegraphenrelais" and had a response time (bouncing included) of max. 2 milliseconds. They were mainly used in Teletype circuits and systems. (But that was considerably later than Your device.)

regards
Kobi
Mario Coelho
04.Jan.06
  3 Hi,

Thank you for your reply.

Schematic is very simple. I only didn't draw one regulator "Marking spacer" that is visible (at right) in last pictures.

Best Regards
Mário
Konrad Birkner † 12.08.2014
05.Jan.06
  4 I think it is a polarised telegraphic relais.

regards
KoBi
Mario Coelho
12.Jan.06
  5 Thank You again.

However this relais (for telegraphic use) may not be an interesting subject to Rmorg.

Do You agree?
Cordially

Mário
Konrad Birkner † 12.08.2014
13.Jan.06
  6 Put it in, since the manufacturer is already there, why not. It would find company by a crystal set of mine...
Mario Coelho
18.Jan.06
  7

Dear Mr. Konrad

It was uploaded.

I hope Your cristal set doesn't mind to keep company with one which has so limited performances. (flip and flop)    :-)

Cordially

Mário
 
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