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GENERATORS

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Contents

General
Power Generators
Signal Power Generators
Power Supplies
Generator Motors
Miscellaneous

[See the Hints section at the bottom of this webpage to help you find the Generator manual you are looking for]

General

Power Generators

Signal Power Generators

Power Supplies

Generator Motors

Miscelleneous

Go to Generator List Organized by MEP number
Go to WWII Signal Corps Generator information extract list

Hint 1: This webpage is mainly concerned with electric power generators, power supplies and power converters.
Hint 2: When looking for a manuals for your generator look for a information plate on your generator. If you find on that plate a MEP-, a FSN (Federal stock number, or a NSN (National stock number), then you use them to help find the manual you are looking for. Many of the manuals listed on this page have one or more of those numbers listed.
Hint 3: When looking for a TM after you find the MEP- number then go to MEP Generator page. For other numbers on this page can found by using your Web browser "Find" function.
Hint 4: If possible, print off this webpage (Because of the complex nature of the above list, a printed copy can be easier to look at).
See Also: For finding Signal Frequency Generators see Communications - Signal Generators
See Also: For finding Batteries and Battery Chargers see Communications - Batteries
Note 1: TM's are Technical manuals. On 1960 and newer vintage generators: TM 5-6115- are Generators manuals. TM 5-2805- are Generator motor manuals.
Note 2: Generator manual numbers which read like: TM 5-6115-275-14 are 1960 and after vintage manuals. Those which end in -10's are usually operator manuals, -24P are parts manuals (they also contain illustrations of generator or motor parts), -34 are higher level maintenance manuals (Support or Depot level).
Note 3: General manual number which read like: TM 5-5349, TM 9-980, or TM 11-980 are World War Two or 1950's vintage manuals. TM 5- are engineer power generators for general power. TM 9- are ordnance power generators for antiaircraft gun directors, TM 11- are signal power generators for radios.
Note 4: The above generators are just a sample of what we can make available. If you are looking for manuals on a specific generator just contact us and we may be able to help. Please send as much as you know about the generator already, especially any information from the plate on the generator.

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