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TIM 0090-2
This ticketmachine comes with a box for the electricity. I found it in a cardboardbox at work and don't know anything about it. It is imported by a company called Gelton Electronics in the Netherlands. I searched the internet but can't find the company, I believe it doesn't excist anymore. Who can tell me anything about this ticket machine?
Posted by TheAnt on July 28, 2010 Slideshow

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Reply Frans van de Rivière
4:19 PM on September 3, 2010 
Gelton Electronics of Sleeuwijk was the Dutch TIM importer in the 70s. He placed them mainly at swimming pools and even as machines for check-in tickets at C&A shops, with the 'fare' wheel denoting the number of items checked in to try for size. Where is 'work' where the machine was found? A Swimming pool? To operate the machine by motor, use the right voltage (probably 24 V), or disengage from the motor drive and use a / the handle to turn the machine for ticket issue. The machine looks a bit rusty, so maybe using the electric drive isn't such a good idea!

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