Metronome

Psychology

Accession Number: 2011.psy.9

Instrument Name: Metronome

Description:

A rectangular metronome in a brown woodgrain plastic case. The metronome has a dial on the front with numbers and a light that flashes when operated. There is a volume button on the back.

Contains two labels on the back. One square orange label for Ontario hydro electrical approach, and one round label indicating approval for electrical safety.

Alternative Name:

Primary Materials:

Plastic with wood-grain patter, plastic, metal, electronics

Markings:

On bottom, etched: “OP5173526″. Printed on the back: “Crystalab Model MP-100-PA, 110 V Ac-60 CY, 7 watts, Made in U.S.A by Crystal Research Laboratories Inc., Hartford, Connecticut”. Labelled on top: “Department of Psychology Research Equipment No. 360 ME 71, University of Toronto”

Dimensions (cm): Height = 35, Width = 11, Length = 11

Function:

Used to maintain a constant tempo by producing regular clicks.

Condition:

Good condition, though there is slight warping of the back material.

Associated Instruments: 2011.psy.25

Manufacturer:

Crystal Research Laboratories, Inc., Hartford, Connecticut, USA

Date of Manufacture: c. 1940-1970

Provenance:

Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto

Donated to UTSIC: No

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