|born on||29 December 1843 at 13:00 (= 1:00 PM )|
|Place||Aillant-sur-Milleron, France, 47n48, 2e56|
|Timezone||LMT m2e56 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||07°13' 17°12 Asc. 12°51'|
French electrical engineer.
At Creil, from 1876 to 1886, Deprez conducted the first experiments to transmit electrical power over long distances. At the International Exposition of Electricity, Paris in 1881, Deprez undertook the task of presenting an electricity distribution system based on the long-distance transmission of direct current. The first successful attempt took place in 1882 from Miesbach to Munich at the occasion of the Exposition of Electricity in the Glaspalast organised by Oskar von Miller. There he transmitted 1.5 kW at 2kV over a distance of 35 miles.
Deprez conducted experiments in La Chapelle, Grenoble, Vizille, Paris, and Creil. He eventually attained transmission over thirty-five miles for industrial purposes.
He died 13 October 1918.
Gauquelin vol 2
- Vocation : Engineer : Electrical