Autotransformer C-125
Ringer MC-131
CA-171 2MF Capacitors Terminal block with T-C-R jacks for PL-58 MC-131 vs. B1A
The EE-91 is very similar to a manual (no dial) WE-302, only in a black box, with the addition of a magneto generator.
See "EE-91 vs. WE-302" for circuit differences.
The EE-91 uses an MC-131 ringer typical to field phone equipment (EE-8,RM-29a,etc)
instead of the B1A two gong ringer in civilian phones.
The EE-91 also has the 3 prong jack for PL-58's and screw terminal connection layout for handset similar to EE-8's.
Part of the Communication Restoration Project at Battery 519 at Fort Miles,
is getting 4 EE-91's functional.
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Crusty old Joe's Kodiak Military History Museum site Fire-Control Telephones has more info on EE-91's

created 02-23-2009
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