The Synchronome Priciples

Catalogue no: 1200
Dewey No: Subject(s): Electrical Horology
Author(s): Unknown
Total pages: 8 Illustrations: 2 Language(s): English Publication date: c.1930
Editor: Publisher: The Synchronome Company, Ltd.
Dimensions: 155mm x 120mm Condition: Good
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A leaflet promoting the superior principles of the Synchronome system. "When we speak of a man as unprincipled, we can say nothing worse about him. What is true of a man is true of electric clocks. There are systems offering to-day which are unprincipled. Etc. In the leaflet, the Synchronome Principles are expounded as follows; 1. As a Clock, (from a clockmaker's point of view) 2. As a Switch, (from an Electrical Engineer's point of view) Other sections give details on Battery Warning, Electrical Supply, The Wiring, Turret Clocks and Bell Controllers. Conclusion: The Sychronome system represents thirty years' devotion of Mr F.Hope-Jones to one idea - ie., obtaining reliable contacts from a clock without detriment to its time-keeping.
Room location: Library Extension Cabinet: D Shelf: 4
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