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Gents Power supply for a Gents Pulsynetic Clock

Stephen Butt

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I have a Gents Pulsynetic clock in good condition and in working order. I am told it was the first to provide a one second pulse instead of thirty seconds. The serial number is 13513. It went into service on 28 June 1967 and it ran continuously until May 2005. I don't have any slaves connected to it.

My question is simple. What sort of power supply do I need so that I can have it running in my home?

Thank you.
 

Frank the Clock

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Feb 19, 2020
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I use an old phone charger. Newer ones may not supply enough power. I have the mains plug with only 2 amp fuse in case anything goes wrong. I also use the old type 80's battery chargers for household batteries.
 
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