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== Ingram Autocontrols
Archive Page == (204a)
Model 164b Control
Purpose: This archive page
shows the drawing for the earlier Model 164 control unit, as a
The earlier Model 164 template
- Had all parts mounted "flat" on
the plywood base
- Used simple Radio Shack knife
switches for turning power on and off.
- Used standard 8-position Radio
Shack terminal blocks, one wire per terminal.
The latest Model 165 (Model 1651)
control unit is functionally the same as the Modle 164, but was made
more compact by the following changes:
- It uses Radio Shack DPDT switches
and LED's mounted on a vertical angle, to save space.
- It uses a 16-position terminal
block, with two wires on some termals, to save space.
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