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Delco Model 7562 Fan


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Old 10-09-2017, 11:38:33 AM
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OK you guys have my interest up! I recently picked up a delco Electrifier. ( look for my post under Delco , low voltage generators) Here are pictures of the info I got with it. Note in the add it states no A battery , But doesn't say that you may need a B battery , therefore the Electrifier. I'll do some more research when I get time. I've collected radio for a long time and go to the Kutztown shows. The radios shown are Delco RA3 , RB3. Ron
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I think that electrifier designed to take 32v in and step up and down to get B+ and filament voltages for standard battery receivers right?.

Would make sense as then you could run any set off of the light plant. I've seen them over the years, but never owned one.
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I did some research last night on the model numbers that I have. Delco radios are listed under Delco radios , Delco appliances . United Motors. Delco RA3 & RB3 , 32 V for filament & pilot light , B battery 140 V & 68 V , The Electrifier replaces the B battery.****Mod. 3201 & 3202 & 3205 32 V filament & plate work on 32 V ****, 4049 & 4051 32 V with vibrator ,****3203 & 3204 32 V or 6 V (not sure) vibrator**** Crosley 159 32 V B supply from a Crosley Syncronode , (vibrator)****Sears Silvertone 1863 32 V filament & plate are 32 V.**** That makes four ways the 32 V radios were powered. B battery , vibrator , all 32 V , & Electrifier. Ron
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I think it was the same idea as the radios that had the built in pioneer gen-e motor, that worked the same way, stepping up incoming battery DC for B+. I cannot remember which Radio I saw that on, but it was a tombstone set. The difference here is a separate cabinet and transformer to accomplish the same idea.

They are neat and make a very cool display
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Default Re: Delco Model 7562 Fan

Sentinel and Sears (Silvertone) built a set that used a Pioneer Gen-E-Motor {dynamotor} for their B+. I'm sure there was other sets that used them. The dynamotor power supplies was earlier than the vibrator power supplies.
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Before the vibrator power supplies there were auto radios that used motor generators for B supply. 32 Ford was one. I had a couple of these , one Ford and one other , I don't know the name. Ron
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