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ITS APPLICATIONS. list of patented motors, the terms of protection of which expired up to the end of 1885, so that our review of some of the early American motors may well end at this point. plete the Mason's motor, Fig. 37, was designed for driving a fan. It consisted of an electro-magnet, one terminal of the coil of which was connected to the binding post shown in the illustration, and the other to the spindle of the fan shaft. The armature of the electro-magnet is shown pivotally secured to the fan shaft above the the electro-magnet.
On the valve of its break-piece was a conducting plate, its length so adjusted that it could form a connection with but one side at the same time. The negative wires from the helices were both led to a like strip of copper on the opposite side of the bed-plate. At either end of the oscillating beam were pivoted links which connected or suspended the armatures of the magnets. The arrangement of the pump is shown at one side of the device, its piston-rod being connected with one end of the working-beam.
The legs of the magnets of this motor were nine inches long and cylindrical; the armatures were of the same length and form, and were adapted to move longitudinally in the helices which projected beyond the poles of the magnet forming a hollow core. Five magnets were employed and EARLY MOTORS AND EXPERIMENTS an armature to each Adjusting nul were employed to secure the armatures in different relative positions on their supporting rods. The armatures of one magnet of the series were arrange 1 to allow of a play of one inch, the armatures of the next magnet having a ten armatures, there being pole of the magnets.
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