Bob Maser wrote:
> I acquired 2 still in the can, new selyns along with a prop pitch that I
> purchased today. Does anyone know what these selsyns are worth? I have no
> use for them as I am going to control my PP with the Green Heron control box
> so I will be selling them. They were manufactured by the Electrolux Company
> and have a May, 1954 date on the cans along with other info. I was told
> that they require 120VAC but I'm not sure. If more info is needed, I can
> take pictures.
I have no idea as to what they are worth now days. Certainly far more
than we paid in "the old days" . Some actually used these things as TV
rotators or indicators. You always found a pair with a prop pitch motor
rotator for direction indicating. If I've described them correctly,
when you figure out what they are worth if you still wish to get rid
of them let me know.<:-)) This sure brings back memories. There used to
be a surplus place in or near Detroit. When you stepped out into the
"junk" yard they had many 55 gallon barrels full of 110vac selsyns.
they were probably 3 to 4 inches in diameter and about as long. The
diameter was stepped with a good inch of each end about a 1/2" smaller
in diameter than the center portion. The output shaft was a 1/4" IIRC.
As I recall the center portions were orange and the end portions were
> Bob W6TR
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