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Lighting equipment for micrometer

Made
Lighting equipment, light source, metal / [Bakelite] / glass / cloth, used at Sydney Observatory, [H Wood], Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1940-1950.

A small, rectangular, [Bakelite] base board with copper and metal fittings connecting fabric covered wires to a [Bakelite] light fitting holding a light globe. The light globe fits into the brass tube protruding from the tube holding an eyepiece on one side of the mircrometer

Summary

Object No.

H10007-7

Object Statement

Lighting equipment, for filar telescope micrometer, bakelite / glass / cloth / metal, H Wood, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1940-1950, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia

Physical Description

Lighting equipment, light source, metal / [Bakelite] / glass / cloth, used at Sydney Observatory, [H Wood], Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1940-1950.

A small, rectangular, [Bakelite] base board with copper and metal fittings connecting fabric covered wires to a [Bakelite] light fitting holding a light globe. The light globe fits into the brass tube protruding from the tube holding an eyepiece on one side of the mircrometer

Dimensions

Height

45 mm

Width

39 mm

Production

Notes

Information in the blue file attributes the electric fittings to H Wood at the Sydney Observatory circa 1945.

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