|Date||between 1900 and 1911|
BRT signal feeder A.C. Ammeter. Monitored current of 25 cycles, 2200 volts in system. Gauge with black cylindrical metal body and clear, circular glass cover; copper bezel; unit with round ruled paper face with marks at intervals of 1 amperes and numerical inscriptions in intervals of 5 amperes with a range from 0 to 40 amperes; manufacturer's name printed on face; thin counter-balanced indication needle visible inside of gauge. Reverse with metal cover and small Bakelite contact board with two contacts at base.
|Manufacturer||Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company|
|Maker||Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company|
|Place of Origin||Pittsburg, PA|
|Dimension Details||11-in. OH x 9 1/4-in. OW x 4 3/4-in. OD|
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company
Subways--New York (State)--New York
Subways--Electric equipment--New York (State)--New York.
|Substation/Powerhouse||Parkville Substation (BMT)|
|Line||Brighton Line (BMT)|
|Operating Agency||Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT)|
|Transportation Agency||Public Service Commission for the First District|
|Number of images||1.0|