A rectangular black timer measuring tenths of a second up to 10 seconds. The body is made of plastic. The instrument has a plastic display and small lever above it. Red and black knobs are located at the back, as well as a cord for plugging the instrument in.
Accession Number: 2011.psy.14
Primary Materials: plastic, metal
Two labels are attached to the back: “Department of Psychology Research Equipment No 29194 c 79. University of Toronto”; “standard Electric Time Co., Springfield, Mass, USA”
Dimensions (cm): Height = 12.5, Width = 11, Length = 11
Function: Measuring time to tenths of a second.
The Standard Electric Time Co., Springfield, Mass., USA
Date of Manufacture:
Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto
Additional Information and References:
Company was founded in 1886.
Patent # 363 (need citation)