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FMS MODEL 33 SPELLER

The Model 33 Spellers are designed for applications where electric circuits are to be flashed in particular sequences such as spelling with animation. Variable in both cycle speed and cam cut, Model 33 Spellers are some of the most versatile sign controllers available. Spellers can be built with as few as one circuit, or as many as necessary to accommodate the required flashing sequence. Neon can be controlled by installing the speller on the primary side of transformers.

SPECIFICATIONS
  • This unit control's the primary voltage.

  • This unit is NOT for flashing secondary high-voltage current.

  • 115 volt motor, 50/60 cycle. 

  • Motor speed is "non-adjustable".

  • 15 amp maximum load.

  • Special-Order 220 volt available.

  • Dimensions:  varies depending on the number of circuits.

  • Weight: varies on the number of circuits.

  • Made in the USA.

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* If you require more than 20+ circuits, a solid-state unit can be built. Call for pricing.
HOW TO ORDER A MODEL 33 SPELLER

All Model 33 Spellers are custom-assembled

When placing your order, you will need to specify three key elements:

1. Number of Circuits.

2. Speed.

3. Flashing sequence.

1. NUMBER OR CIRCUIRTS  Each distinct section of the items to be animated will require it's own circuit.
2. SPEED  Determine the speed, or how quickly you want the speller to complete its performance. Speed ranges are easily adjustable in the field, so specifying an exact time is not necessary. Model 33 Spellers are available in four adjustable speed ranges as follows:

FAST (F) 

MEDIUM (M)

SLOW (S)

EXTRA SLOW (XS)

 ................................2 to 8 seconds per cycle

...................... 4 to 20 seconds per cycle

............................8 to 40 seconds per cycle

.........18 to 90 seconds per cycle

* the term "cycle" refers to the time required for the flashing action to complete it's performance from start to repeat.
*Please note that not all Spellers are available in all speed ranges. In general, the larger the speller, the slower the speed ranges available. Specific speed range available is based on the number of circuits as follows:

Speed Ranges Available

 ................................................... F, M, S, XS

  ...........................................................  M, S, XS

.............................................................  S, XS

  .................................................................  XS

Number of Circuits

5 and fewer

6 thru 10

11 thru 15

16 thru 20

3. FLASHING SEQUENCE  To aid you in communicating the flashing sequence wanted, we have developed the sequence charting system shown below. You can use one of these standard sequences, or develop a custom sequence of your own. Virtually any sequence can be constructed.

 

Note: The term "cycle" refers to the time required for the flashing action to complete it's performance from start to repeat.  The term "circuit" refers to the current controlled by one cam and set of contact points. 

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FMS Model 33 Replacement Contacts
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Item: AM    $16 ea.

Rating: 10 Amp

Type: Movable - Long

Complete Contact Point Assembly with Special Alloy Silver Contacts.

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Item: DA    $13 ea.
Rating:  10 Amps
Type: Stationary - Short
Complete contact point assembly with special allow silver contacts.
If replacing all contacts, refer to parts chart below for quantities:

Each Circuit:  1: AM, 1: DA

( Example: 5 Circuit Model:  5: AM, 5: DA )