Definitions for magneto-electric generator
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
A current generator operating by maintaining a potential difference at its terminals, by reactions in a field of force, which field is established by a permanent magnet. The cut, Fig. 230, shows the general principle of construction of a direct current generator. The armature is rotated between the poles of a permanent magnet. Any of the regular types of dynamo armature can be used. From its commutator the current is taken by brushes.
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