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WESTON NORMALCELL, 1950's

Standard voltage Cell for use with accurate measuring equipment such as the Wheatstone Bridge.

Edward Weston (May 9, 1850 August 20, 1936) was an English chemist noted for his achievements in electroplating and his development of the electrochemical cell, named the Weston cell, for the voltage standard. Edward Weston was a competitor of Thomas Edison in the early days of electricity generation and distribution.
Weston' son Edward Faraday Weston also received several patents regarding exposure meters.

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  • picked up one of these a few years ago. 2002 ish, it still worked and gave the reference voltage as used for calibration..might still be in the garage somewhere..
    .......... COLIN MARTIN, pouance france, 16th of November 2014

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