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Old 12-16-2010, 04:21 AM   #1
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Hello Gentlemen's.

At first ,i'l really sorry for my badly english language,...............i'm french and i dont use translator.
(i post at the end of this message the translate in french language)

i follow this forum from many years,but never register,so now it's doing this.

i'm here today for somes questions or advice on 3 items of a friend.
he's found them there many years, but interrested.
He's living near an old german airfield and his grand-parents have found many items on this area in 1950's/60's.
So maybe there a solutions of my questions,maybe not.


So,this is 3 items (2 are same and 1 are different) in "suitcases",the mark is "Siemens",and the items can be piled on the others.

On one little label,there a french manual writing "controleur de relais strombscopique"(Relay stromboscopique controleur)
1 date are in 1 item(1940 or 1948) ,no waffenamt are visible at the first look.

so,if U have somes ideas of:
-What's this items
-the dates
-what is what they are common objects?

the pictures:
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so thanks so much for your help, or if you have links for i can ask or found a response.

sincerly
charly

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Bonjour à tous,
je me suis décidé à franchir le pas de l'enregistrement sur ce site que je suis depuis un bon moment.
En effet ,maintenant c'est à mon tour d'avoir besoin de renseignements sur 3 objets.
ces 3 objets appartiennent à un ami qui les as depuis de longues années,c'est son père qui les as trouvés.
A titre d'information,il habite a coté d'une ancienne base d'aviation allemande de la ww2(qui etait d'ailleurs francaise avant et l'est redevenue a la fin de la ww2)A la fin de la guerre ,beaucoup d'habitants ont "visités" la base et en sont revenus avec pas mal de matériel,est-ce là le début d'une piste, je ne sait pas.

Donc ses objets sont de la marque SIEMENS,(2 sont presque identiques et le 3eme different), ils sont empilables les uns sur les autres.
une date apparait sur l'un d'eux(1940 ou 1948?),ils se présentent sous la forme de "valises"(2 couvercles apparaissent sur une des images)
Une petite etiquette papier est collée sur l'un d'eux,et est noté manuellement "controleur de relais stromboscopique".

j'ai demander autour de moi, et certaines personnes m'ont indiquées qu'ils s'agissait peut etre d'appareils de vendeurs ou de controleurs servant à verifier le bon fonctionnement d'autres appareils.
Mais de quels appareils, c'est toute la question

voila, en espérant que par chance ,vous pourrez m'aider ou bien me rediriger sur un site.

je vous remercie de tout coeur!!
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Old 12-17-2010, 01:11 AM   #2
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Bonjour Charley

This is testequipment for telegraph/telex .

One says : Relaytesting - en anglais

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thanks Ragnar

have an idea of the datation of the items and if it's civilian or military usage?

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Old 12-17-2010, 06:42 AM   #4
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I have a Siemens Kriegsmarine frequenzmessgerät in the same type of black wooden box. It's marked with the KM eagle on the tag. So i think military use is very well possible.
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Old 12-17-2010, 08:54 AM   #5
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have an idea of the datation of the items
I´d say 1940...
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Old 12-18-2010, 04:29 AM   #6
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many thanks Kris and grand Sasso.

yeah, i see the date on the most "old or used" machine, but no datation on the 2 others.


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There is a Siemens museum in Germany.
I found it via the internet some years ago.
I wrote an email to the museum with pictures of my equipment. They replied with some nice info, maybe you could give it a try?
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thanks kris
have you an adress of this museum?

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thanks kris
have you an adress of this museum?

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No, i tried to google it but can't find it. Maybe some of our German members can help? Otherwise send an email to a general Siemens customer service email address ?
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Old 12-20-2010, 11:57 AM   #10
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Siemens Stiftung runs Siemens Forum in Munich. That is a kind of museum made for visitor groups in their office. I visited it lately and it is made to look out "For Peace and Welfare" only, but I believe there are some professionals behind working for the museum who could help.

Link on the Munich pages: http://www.muenchen.de/Stadtleben/Ku...ens_forum.html

I followed the link on these pages and it leads to "nonsense goodwill pages" but there is email link. GL!
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Really thanks Esas!!
i try it.

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i want thank 's all members who try help me.

i have a response of the Siemens Munchen museum.

this museum send me the technical data for this 2 machines,now i try to translate this because its write in german.

if some people want this technical manual, i can send him.

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Great ! Congrats !
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