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    #46
    WR 1/T 41 20926
    R3B ?? 1256
    Torn. E. b 43 07559

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      #47
      Fusprech.f Serial Number: 18939 / 44

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        #48
        Seibt ER1a 918717-40 LN 25472
        Telefunken AE 1076 nr. G 54870
        Philips-156UBV E 11058 E01
        Torn.E.B 204869 41
        E-52b-2 LN 21000-6 463043
        Lore EO10175 421913
        WR1 62803 1942
        Radione R2 17141

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          #49
          Fu23 Battery Box

          Gentlemen. Can anyone give me some information on the Fu23?

          Best regards,

          Simon
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            #50
            My contribution

            Torn Fud2: 079919 1944

            MwEc: 236034 1943

            regards

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              #51
              my collection:
              Torn.E.b.Nr.07552
              Ukw.E.b1 Nr 138

              and
              from the Internet:
              Torn eb 295565 42
              Feldfu b1 036574 42

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                #52


                https://www.flickr.com/photos/107459...7641115242623/

                my Torn. e.b/24b-305 , serial Nr. 56095

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                  #53
                  my Torn rare serial number https://www.flickr.com/photos/107459...57676344736063
                  Last edited by oluja91; 02-03-2017, 01:08 PM.

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                    #54
                    I would be interested to know what that rectangular shaped fitting on the underside of the Fu23 lid is for? (see 5 posts down). An operating manual perhaps. I ask because there is a similar fitting on the RHS hull of the Luchs hull which I have never been able to establish the purpose of.

                    Regards,

                    Ian
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                      #55
                      The ones inside lids etc are for one sheet only, typically covered by an acetate sheet. The one in the Luchs probably contained a list of electrical users and the currents they draw, similar to the one found in the Kfz 17. This allows the crew to anticipate how long their battery charge will last and when they need to run the engine or deploy the external generator to recharge the battery....

                      regards,

                      Funksammler

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                        #56
                        Brilliant! Thank you Funksammler.

                        Regards,

                        Ian

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                          #57
                          Torn.Fu.f

                          https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bx...mhoRW55azgwRjQ

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                            #58
                            15 Watt S.E.B:

                            44-090125
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