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      Guenni75
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      This special block can been seen in internal lists of Deutsche Lectron GmbH (without a part no.) and perhaps Mr. Guerth was the “inventor”.

      The dimensions of this block were not completely compatible with the Lectron system 27mm (or a multiple). This has to do with the 6 batteries 1.5V AA (Mignon size) in it and the tap at each 1.5V cell.

      In several proposals (TTL, Electronics with ICs) this block was used to get the 6V tap:

      Only 2 or 3 blocks have survived in the last 50 years…

      Today I use more and more the small battery connection block (27x27mm) with clip and battery holders for 2 / 3 / 4 / 6 AA cells.

      Best,

      G.

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    • #8178
      mwpeters75
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      Thanks for all these great historical context posts!  Only you can put this together 🙂 

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