Post by mikeymeter on Sept 6, 2018 20:45:51 GMT -5
Shown is a General Electric I-30-A manufactured during WWII. It has the brass register, alnico I damper magnet, compressed paper nameplate, and the grid and case are made of a metal alloy. The register is unusual in that it has a Rr of 1 2/3 with the last dial being 1/100th, the next 1/10, then 1's and 10's. 5 amps / 120 volt. I have this meter wired up to all my computer stuff. The load disc is made of aluminum. Aluminum was in big demand during WWII for the war effort........Buy War Bonds!