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 Posted: Mon Nov 22nd, 2021 04:04 am
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anyone can help with this fan , I like to know how to get this to start , use AC or DC

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 Posted: Mon Nov 22nd, 2021 04:08 am
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Richard Koung wrote: anyone can help with this fan , I like to know how to get this to start , use AC or DC

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Richard Koung wrote: Richard Koung wrote: anyone can help with this fan , I like to know how to get this to start , use AC or DC

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 Posted: Mon Nov 22nd, 2021 05:00 am
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 Posted: Mon Nov 22nd, 2021 05:08 am
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Ships and railways are a heads up on the use of DC current.  Your device probably has a laminated stator with universal motor for either Dc or AC. To play it safe, juice it with 30 VDC and see how fast and well it runs. 30 VDC is a safe place to start with rail or ship use.

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 Posted: Mon Nov 22nd, 2021 05:12 am
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I have traced them back as far as 07.











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 Posted: Mon Nov 22nd, 2021 04:40 pm
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Appreciate the information, I have try to google it and not getting anything, no information in the fan association 

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 Posted: Tue Nov 30th, 2021 01:34 pm
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Hi Richard. Mine runs on 220-240 AC.It looks pretty similar to yours but without the meshed guard

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 Posted: Tue Nov 30th, 2021 01:48 pm
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Last edited on Tue Nov 30th, 2021 01:49 pm by Jim Dunn

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That's a very neat piece!  The elaborate control panel at the base is for the ozone gas generator. This fan was designed to create ozone gas which oxidizes bacteria, viruses, and odor molecules. Unfortunately, it is violently irritating and harmful to breathe. It also deteriorates rubber and other organic materials - so your other vintage fans might turn to dust as a result of this one operating!  :violin: 

Ozone is generated by passing air through an electrical discharge. The base contains some type of high voltage power supply. The empty sockets could have been for vacuum tubes (thermionic valves) which were involved in the high voltage power supply. 

I would definitely try to get this going if it were mine, but would definitely not use it indoors unless I was very sure of what the results will be. I bet the fan has a "fan only" switch position so you can use it is such without generating ozone. 

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Jim: Thank you for share this info, can your fan run smooth with 240Volt AC, can you get fuse some where, I have try many store / fuse supplier, most of them did not see this type of fuse,  I did not start to try , since I have not locate replacement fuse.

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 Posted: Sun Dec 5th, 2021 09:10 pm
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Sent you a pm Richard 😃

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Jim Dunn wrote: Sent you a pm Richard 😃I made a fuse adapter  and insert 250V 0.5 amp glass fuse , run 230V DC and it start run, will not run with AC voltage 

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 Posted: Mon Dec 27th, 2021 03:18 pm
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