Improvement in voltaic belts
US 178611 A
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VA. M. DYE.
Patented June 13. 1876` ATTNIMEYS.
N.PErERS. PHOTO-LITHOGHAPMgR. WASHINGTON. D. C.
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
ALEXANDER M. DYE, OF ELKHART CITY, ILLINOIS.
IMPROVEMENT IN V-OLTAIC BELTS.
Specification forming part of Letters Patent No. l 78,6 ll, dated June 13, 1R76; application led April 25, 1876.
To all whom lit mag/concern Be it known that I, ALEXANDER M. DYE,
of Elkhart City, in the county of Logan and State ot' Illinois, have invented anew and Improved Voltaic Belt, of which the following` is'a specification My invention consists of improvements in the construction of voltaic belts, embracing the mode ot' fastening the plates connecting the magnets, the lnaterial composing the belt, and the manner of combining' the plate-belt and the outer belt, all as herein described.
Figure l is a side elevation of my improved belt. Fig. 2 is a longitudinal sectional elevation taken on the lille a' of Fig. 1, and Fig. 3 is a transverse section.
The disks A have an eye, D, going through the plates B and felt band C, and secured by The plates B are also clinched over through the protecting-band Fat H, so as to buckle the (lislcband, whereby a better tension isobtained for it than it' fastened by the other, and it also makes a simple connection of the one to the other.
The loop ot' the disk-band for the buckle is secured by the ribbon'Gr.
. Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is
1. The plates secured to the band c by clinching them over the edges of the band, in addition to the bottom fastening, substantially as specified.
2. The magnet, connected by a'copper Wire arranged in the eyes ot' the button and along the back ot the l'clt band, substantially as specified.
3. The felt band inA combination with the plates, substantially as specified.
4. The plate-band c, extended through the protecting-band F, in the manner described, for buckling together.
ALEXANDER M. DYE.
MARTON BUZZELL, S. B. HUNTER.