Standard Electric Standard Electric SYN-AR2 Master Parts?

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  1. timoid

    timoid New Member

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    Hello,
    I know little about this clock or any other; but, years ago I inherited a few slave clocks. I've been running one with a battery operated pulse generator for a long while.

    I've acquired a Standard Electric SYN-AR2 Master clock and it is in need of parts. Specifically the motor that drives it. See the picture of where it should be. It was not there when I acquired the clock. There may be other things missing; but, the motor was easy to figure out. Are motors that would work in this clock available anywhere? Anyone know if something can be retrofitted to it?

    Eventually, I will try to run a slave clock or two from this; but, first things first.

    Thank You

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  2. Steven Thornberry

    Steven Thornberry User Administrator
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    I have moved this thread to the Electric Horology forum for better replies.
     
  3. timoid

    timoid New Member

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    Thank You. My apologies . . .
     
  4. Tinker Dwight

    Tinker Dwight Registered User

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    If someone doesn't have the exact clock, you may have to do some figuring out.
    You'll need to figure the gear ratio used from the output to what is used to generate
    the pulses. This form of motor is common but they come with all kinds if
    different rotation rates at the output shaft.
    Dwight
     
  5. harold bain

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    It takes a 1 rpm synchron motor. You will have to figure out the direction.
     

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