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lister petter traffic light generators

Post by sardine on Mon Feb 07, 2011 3:21 pm

I used to know someone who had a 110 v - 1500w Lister petter generator salvaged from an emergency traffic light set, it ran at a mega slow rpm, and was as quiet as a mouse, i've looked on the net but can only find 4 kw sets with AC1 engines, i don't think this is the one i remember. Anyone any ideas ?

I want one of these engines, or similar for a project.

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Re: lister petter traffic light generators

Post by mike d on Tue Feb 08, 2011 11:50 am

good luck in your search....

regards...,mike..

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Traffic Light Genie

Post by Guldner on Mon Jun 27, 2011 9:44 pm

Lo,

New dude here.

I have a Lister LR1 (Diesel) powering a 24volt DC Generator......Not over quite or slow running Shocked .......Last year I showed this setup quite ofted problem illuminated bulbs during day light......I would love a set of traffic lights.......the lights no prolem it's the sequence of the lights I cann't control.........On the rally field if the caravan is close I use a 24 volt invertor to charge the battery and or watch F1 also illuminate fairy lights at lightups......Hope this helps think I've some photos if your interested

Have fun,

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Re: lister petter traffic light generators

Post by mike d on Mon Jun 27, 2011 10:24 pm

hi Guldner
thanks for your reply..if you can put some photos on here it would be nice to see your set up..
if your not sure of how to put the photos on here there is a link on the forum that takes you through it...
regards,mike...

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Lister Traffic Lights

Post by Guldner on Tue Jun 28, 2011 10:59 pm

A_N_Other attempt (picture that is)

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