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Photo credit: Richard Warren Lipack / Wikimedia Commons. Actual approximate 2" wide model of William Stanley's 1886 Westinghouse alternating current A.C. transformer that was given as a memento each to attendees of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers (AIEE) meeting in Pittsfield, Mass. in 1911 honoring Stanley. The event marked the 25th anniversary of the development of the first perfected electrical transformer for commercial alternating current electricity distribution systems. Depicted is the frontal view showing the series of bundled flat plate configurations for what came to be the Tesla A.C. Polyphase System developed by the U.S. based Westinghouse Electric and Mfg. Co. Note the mounted brass plaque which reads: "Stanley Transformer - 1886 - A.I.E.E. - Pittsfield - 1911."

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