HISTORY OF THE DAIMON BRAND
In 1901, Paul Schmidt developed a flat 4.5V battery with three side-by-side cells (3x 1.5V) under the Daimon brand. In 1902, the company began producing light bulbs. During World War II, Daimon largely produced for the Wehrmacht - about 60% of total production. They mainly produced special lamps for the army, for tanks, combat lights for the front line, clock movements for timed mines, ...
Flat-battery lanterns during World War II were an important tool for night map reading, colored lens signaling, and many other uses. Some lanterns were equipped with a light cover or colored lenses to hide the bright light they produced. Colored lenses were used to adjust the color of the light as well as to signal between individual soldiers.
NOW WE WILL LOOK AT A SIMPLE INSTRUCTION TO HOW TO PACK A MODERN BATTERY INTO A DAIMON LABEL REPRODUCTION.
Unpack and remove the label from the modern battery
Apply the glue to the marked places on the contact cover label.
Stick the label over the battery contacts. Make sure the polarity of the battery is correct.
Apply the glue to the marked places on the battery label.
Stick a label on a modern battery. Make sure the polarity of the battery is correct, you can check this according to the label on the contacts.
Align the label and seal the inside of the label on the battery.
Align the label and seal the outside of the label on the battery. Check everything again and press if necessary.
Now is Daimon battery ready to use