Bernina Electric Motor Models And Types / Vintage Bernina Motor


The original engines that were used Europe, with which the machines were delivered from the factory, are shown here. Thousands of machines however were also exported without an engine and were only equipped with an engine produced there in the country of destination.
Machines were also imported and equipped with a motor "made in W. Germany" in the EU. Bernina also supplied the 115 volt motors required there for the USA.
All of these Bernina motors were produced by Scintilla S.A. Solothurn / Switzerland. 
Note: all Bernina motors are factory-installed, safe to touch, in accordance with protection class I, 100% insulated from the machine housing.

BERNINA 117 
Was initially delivered without a motor, as a pedal model in a seam table. It was then the first to be officially factory fitted engines was equipped. There were different models, such as a friction wheel motor which drives the hand wheel and the classic add on motor with belts. The at Scintilla S.A. in Solothurn they produced 85 W add on motor type MGG 729-LZ1 for belt drive, which could be mounted on the back of the machine with a simple bracket. 
Power was transmitted through the short belt relatively powerful despite 85 W. 
In the 1940s, some 117s were also used for industrial purposes, "high-speed" clutch motors were installed under the table top, power 200-400 W.

BERNINA 125
was available as S (Standard) 1953/54 as J (Jubilae) The first model only with the knee lever starter that was common at the time, the Jubilae was the first with a foot pedal.
Bernina 125/121
In 1945 Bernina presented the world's first portable electric sewing machine with a free arm and ZigZag the KL 125 (Kl = class)
Its predecessor was KL 121 without ZigZag in 1943. The Bernina125 was equipped with different engines several times. The first motors had a "handbrake" that could be used to stop the motor while winding.
In addition, there was an elaborate but clever coupling on the motor axis, with which you could easily switch the bobbin winder on or off.


Bernina 530 Record series these include the 530-1, 530-2, 531, 532, 534, 544;
From time to time the design of the motors was changed slightly, the output was 75 W (220V). The model names were mostly related to their equipment depending on whether the engine was equipped for a machine with a toggle starter or a foot pedal. In some cases it also affected the bobbin winder or the belt pulley.
Bernina 530 Record series after the 530 Record was delivered with a foot pedal, the motors also changed. 
The motor axis now no longer had a winder, just a belt pulley  GEM-9 motor from 1960 The output was increased to 90 W 5000 rpm.
Notice: These motors are all built, without exception, insulated from the machine housing at the factory, in accordance with protection class II.


Bernina 730 Record
From 1963 the 730 Record was available with a foot pedal and now with a knee lever as a near foot lift. There were 2 versions of the 730, because thousands were sold without the foot lifting mechanism. In the "Scintilla S.A" a new motor type HG-NM6 was developed for this purpose
New with min./max. Switch with which you can reduce the motor speed when approaching very slowly. Apparently this was considered necessary by switching to position min.However, the engine also had less power. The motor NM6 was now equipped with a switch for the HG-NM7.
From 1967 Bernina 730 Record with a new engine and 1-part connection cable officially sold from 1968.


Bernina 707 Minimatic, 708, 709, 800...830 R
Designation of motors (with hardly any technical changes) without reference to the speed.
Motor type A-1-707 ... 240V 85/60 W (1968)
Motor type A-2-707 ... 220V 85/60 W (1968)
Motor type A-2-707 ... 240V 85 W (1969) UK
Motor type B-2-707 ... 220V 85 W (1971)
Motor type 707 .......... 220V 85 W (1972)
Motor fits in all machines of the series 707, 709 -717, 800 - 803 and in all Bernina 830 Record.

Bernina 830 Record electronic, 831, 832 series with electronic foot pedal designation motor type B 830 SEG 30 with Triac actuator 220 V 90 W / 7400 rpm fits in all machines of the 707 and 800/830 series. Triac actuator = electronic pedal (type 238).


Bernina 900 Nova
Motor B 900 SEG 29 / 220V / 7400 rpm
Motor power and speed are electronically regulated via the foot pedal.
Please note that there is a possibility of spelling mistakes, my knowledge of English is not the best, Thanks for understanding.

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