Gents' of Leicester

Electric Impulse & Synchronous Clocks

Catalogue no: 1203
Dewey No: Subject(s): Electrical Horology
Author(s): Unknown
Total pages: 16 Illustrations: 35 Language(s): English Publication date: c.1945
Editor: Publisher: Gents' of Leicester
Dimensions: 245mm x 185mm Condition: Good, punched holes for ring binder
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A pamphlet probably published at the end of the 2nd World War. Title page states; "Book 5, Section 1 & 7 (Abridged Edition 5)" Abridged List; Owing to war conditions, it became necessary to reduce the number of different designs to a minimum. These designs are now being extended so that in due course the former comprehensive range will again be available. This list gives, as far as possible, the types of Clocks and allied equipment in production at the time of going to press. Pages 3-16 give descriptions, illustrations and prices for the range of Gents clocks as follows;
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Hints on the Installation and Maintenance of Gents' of Leicester Controlled Electric Clock System

Catalogue no: 1205
Dewey No: Subject(s): Electrical Horology
Author(s): Unknown
Total pages: 16 Illustrations: 7 Language(s): English Publication date: c.1950
Editor: Publisher: Gents' of Leicester
Dimensions: 240mm x 185mm Condition: Outer cover missing, pages torn down spine, some missing
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Publication 246E Topics covered in this pamphlet are in three sections as follows; 1. Installing; Fixing the Master Clock; Current Supply; Calculating Voltage Required; Accumulators for Waiting Train Tower Clock Movements; Wiring; Fixing Slave Clocks; Setting Individual Slave Clocks;Removing or Adding a Slave Clock; Operation of Master Clock; Summer Time Change; Programme Instruments; C.69 Adjustable Type; C.68 Non-adjustable Type; Signal Duration; Setting a Programme Instrument; Time Recorders fitted with Reflex Control; Fitting Reflex Control; Time Recorders fitted with Propelments.
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Instructions for Fixing, Operating and Maintenance. The "Pul-Syn-Etic" System

Catalogue no: 1202
Dewey No: Subject(s): Electrical Horology
Author(s): Unknown
Total pages: 12 Illustrations: 8 Language(s): English Publication date: c.1930
Editor: Publisher: Gents' of Leicester
Dimensions: 245mm x 185mm Condition: Fragile, covers dirty, has been in ring binder
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Leaflet 242 Title page gives address as Faraday Works, Leicester. Contents of leaflet as follows; 1. The Transmitter (Position, Fixing, Plumbing Upright, How it Operates, Regulating, Regulating the System, Adjusting, Locating Faults). 2. Summer Time Act 3. Battery Power 4. Weak Battery Warning Bell 5. "Waiting Train" Battery 6. The Impulse Clock (Fixing, Setting to Time), Removal, Adjusting, Programme Ringing). 7. Line Wires and Wiring 8. Oil 9. "Start and Cease Work" Signals 10. Programme Ringing 11. Reflex Control 12. Faults
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