The Thermax TC25G

         The Thermax TC25G low-rpm, permanent-magnet generator was originally designed for the Helius Rotor Kit - a wind power generating system that would become a core product for Thermax Corporation. Its nominal power rating was 25 watts, but could put out up to 150 watts at 3000 rpm for short periods. It came with a 5/16" shaft, bronze bushings, and 2 end-mount bolts. The internal brushes were non-field-replaceable. Before the Internet, sales were direct to the user by way of ads in magazines like Popular Science and Popular Mechanics. Clicking on the below hyperlinks will allow you to see the item noted and view its content. Then click the BACK button on your browser to return to this host page. You may also save any page to your local device by right-clicking on a link or image and doing a "Save-As".


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TC25G User's Guide Index

TC25G User's Guide Pages 1&2

TC25G User's Guide Pages 3&4

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TC25G User's Guide Pages 11&12


1980 ad from Popular Science

1981 ad from Popular Science

1981 ad from Popular Mechanics

1982 ad from Popular Mechanics

1982 Pedal Generator ad photo

Sale Flyer front and back covers

Sale Flyer inside pages

TC25G case label

TC25G box label

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