identification: electric motor
type: SS61 S/4
country of origin: Czechoslovakia
output: 3.3 kW
stator: 380/220 V
rotor: 52 V
dimensions: missing
weight: 80 kg 
year or production: unknown

In addition to stable combustion engines, electric motors began to expand after World War I as a result of electrification. These motors worked on the principle of the conversion of electric power into mechanical power. The rotational movement of the shaft was transmitted onto the machine by a belt. Electric motors were mostly paired with threshers, cutters, saws, and shredders. The exhibit was manufactured by the joint-stock company Škodovy závody. Závod Plzeň.