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Questions on 2 Cycle Military Generators with 2 cycle Jacobson motor


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Old 02-12-2005, 04:52:22 PM
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Default Questions on 2 Cycle Military Generators with 2 cycle Jacobson motor

I have 3 Generators & spare parts

1. 110-220v AC no tags for model, no manual, I need a TM (technical manual) number or the nomenclature number of the unit so that I can possibly come up with a TM (technical manual)

2. 550v DC + 7v DC for radio equipment model number PE162C GE12G motor, GN50B generator unit - manufactured by kohler. This unit I have a TM (technical manual) - TM11-971 ( this is information.. I have everything for this unit.. if anyone has questions ..I may be able to help someone else )

3. 14V / 30A DC GE12G motor - G2 Generator - manufactured by Franklin Electric. This unit is missing the control box. It would consist of a reverse current relay, a start switch, possibly an AM meter and Voltage a control POT. I would like to find a new or used one of these control units for purchase. I would like to ascertain the PE # of this unit so I can possibly come with a TM with a diagram so I could possibly improvise my own version of this control unit if necessary.

4. If I can help anyone with these units, I have some spare parts and you may email me directly at: Rockenge@localnet.com
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Default Re: Questions on 2 Cycle Military Generators with 2 cycle Jacobson motor

Your unit listed as #1 is probably some version of a PE 214- versions B, C, or D refer to TM 11-945 . PE 214-A refer to TM 11-913.

Unit #3 is probably a revision of a PE 210, PE 210-A, -B, -C, TM 11-947.
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