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LORENZ, T 36 Lo


I got a phone call where I was asked if I would pick up some old radios that nobody wanted.
I immediately saw that there were many fine rare thing. Among other things, this T36Lo machine.





My machine is manufactured in 1939 and was used for military communications during WW2.



Lorenz manufactured this machine under license from Teletype Corporation in the United States.
They developed Teletype Model 14 in 1930. It was in production until 1963.
This machine was therefore used on both sides during WW2.
T36Lo on the German side and Teletype Model 14 on the U.S. side..




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Have taken the printer section. Will now clean and lubricate it..




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The rear of the printer section. Here is the motor with the speed controller.




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The right side of the printer section. Here are the character decoder for BOUDOT code.




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The left side of the printer section. Here are the speed controller to the motor.




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Keyboard and baudot encoder.




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Keyboard and baudot encoder. From left side.





Baudot encoder.




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TELETYPE 14 SERVICE MANUAL

TELETYPE 14 ADJUSTMENT & LUBRICATION MANUAL

TELETYPE 14 DESCRIPTION MANUAL





LORENZ - T 36 Lo, first test





 

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