CLOCK No. 34


P.O. ENGINEERING DEPT.
ENGINEERING INSTRUCTIONS
MISCELLANEOUS
TIME
B 1321
Issue 3, Jan 1959

ELECTRICAL CLOCKS - PULSE TYPE
Clock No. 34 (Double Dial)
& Clock No. 34A (Single Dial)

Clocks No. 34 (oak or mahogany) and Clocks No. 34A. (oak) are designed for mounting on telephone switchboards, by means of Bracket, Clock, No. 4 (Drawing P/T 82).  This can be either a single or double faced clock with a dial of block divisions instead of numerals.

Bracket, Clock, No. 4 is constructed of tubular wrought-iron and is designed to support a Clock No. 34 or 34A on the top of, but projecting from the front of, the switchboard.  The bracket is suitable for supporting the clock in two different positions.

This clock was used switchboards in local exchanges.

Overall diameter - 13.5 in.
Diameter of dial - 10 in.
Depth (back to front) - 6 in.

Clocks No. 34 superseded Clocks No. 14.
Clocks No. 34 were superseded by Clocks No's 66A or 68A.

Diagram - GMT24.

Clock No 34A

 

Clock No. 34 opened to expose rear of both clocks

 

 
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