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The Model G was a complete redesign of the D, and one main feature of the redesign was using separate magnets for the bearing and the disk brake. The two brake magnets were arranged with like poles touching, creating strong fields at their tips. A plunger was placed over the sleeve for the bearing assembly, and varying the position of this sleeve made for a sensitive full-load adjustment. The light-load adjustment used the typical adjustable punchings on the end of the voltage coil, and there was no lag adjustment. The main current terminals were on the sides (the right one was painted white to indicate line side, the left black for load side) and the shunt tap was on the bottom. This model was made in only 2 capacities - 15 and 25 amps, and like the previous Model D, the cover was factory-sealed. Stanley G
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