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American Electric 113 VS Ge M-250

American Electric 113 VS Ge M-250

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In case you guys didnt know, the American Electric 113 is a few inches longer than the GE M-250. It also took me awhile to figure this comarison out. I knew when i seem the GE up in the sky on a pole, it looked very small. Even smaller than the American Electric 113.

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Feb 09, 2019 at 06:30 PM Author: Lumex120
When was that 113 made? I have one made in 1992 and the NEMA tag looks different. The one on there is like the newer style used on the 115.

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Feb 09, 2019 at 07:43 PM Author: streetlight98
They started using these AEL style NEMA tags in the late 1990s IIRC, but I think they started using them with certain wattages first. Yep the GE M-250R2 is the smallest traditional cobrahead made (except the AEL 413, which was designed as a compact 115 for export, but was available in the US). The OVZ is comparable in size to the 113 and 115. I think the M-250R1 is about the same size as the 113/115 as well.

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Feb 10, 2019 at 11:51 AM Author: Truckersboy

They started using these AEL style NEMA tags in the late 1990s IIRC, but I think they started using them with certain wattages first. Yep the GE M-250R2 is the smallest traditional cobrahead made (except the AEL 413, which was designed as a compact 115 for export, but was available in the US). The OVZ is comparable in size to the 113 and 115. I think the M-250R1 is about the same size as the 113/115 as well.

Woah i didnt know that i thought the M-250R1 was the same size as the R2
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Feb 10, 2019 at 03:05 PM Author: streetlight98
Yep each older generation was larger. The original M250R was even bigger.

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Feb 10, 2019 at 03:36 PM Author: Lumex120
I thought the M250R1 and R2 were the same size, the only difference being the patterns on the door.

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Feb 10, 2019 at 04:38 PM Author: streetlight98
Nope the latch area is more blunt on the R2. The R1 is pointier in the front.

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