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A New Aid to Easy Starting A NEW booster plug and

19th December 1947
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Page 49, 19th December 1947 — A New Aid to Easy Starting A NEW booster plug and
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socket for use with a slave battery, to assist the starting of engines of vehicles accommodated in unheated garages, has

been designed by Simms Motor Units, Ltd., Oak Lane, London, N.2, in conjunction with Mr. H. Parker, of Birmingham Transport Department.

The contacts are well recessed in their housing to afford adequate protection against accidental short circuits, and a large contact area has been provided to ensure safe loads up to 1,000 amps. with minimum drop in voltage.

Three contacts permit the use of either 12-volt or 24-volt systems. The socket is permanently fitted to the vehicle and is connected for the atmropriate vehicle voltage. The plug has three contacts wired 12-volt positive, 24-volt positive and common negative.


People: H. Parker
Locations: London

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