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Taylor Electrical Instruments

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December 1945
January 1949.
March 1949.
March 1949.
May 1949.
May 1949.
June 1949.
June 1949.
September 1949.
December 1951. Windsor Test Meter Model 77A.
September 1953. Model 72A. Universal Multirange meter.
October 1954.
June 1955. Signal Generator and Sweep Oscillator.
May 1960. Model 127A.
June 1960. Model 100A and Model 127A.
June 1960. Model 100A.
December 1960. Battery and Component Tester. Model 52A.
June 1961.Valve Voltmeter Model 172A.
March 1962. Model 22.
September 1964. Multi-Meter Model 88B.
September 1964. Multi-Meter Model 88B Instruction Booklet and Receipt.

of 419-424 Montrose Avenue, Trading Estate, Slough, Bucks, (now Berks). Telephone: Slough 21381 (4 lines). Cables: "Taylins, Slough"

1947 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of Electrical Multirange Measuring Instruments, Signal Generators, Signal Tracers, Valve Testers, Oscilloscopes, Resistance and Portable Moving coil Instruments. Also Rectifier and Thermocouple Instruments. (Olympia, Ground Floor, Stand No. C.1513) [1]

1958 Avo Ltd took over Taylor Electrical Instruments Ltd of Slough[2].

1959 Metal Industries Ltd acquired Avo Ltd, including its subsidiary Taylor Electrical Instruments Ltd[3]

1967 Thorn Electrical Industries took over Metal Industries

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Sources of Information

  1. 1947 British Industries Fair p271
  2. The Times, 5 December 1958
  3. The Times, 8 July 1959