|[AMRadio] FS: BAs & BA Test Gear|
Joan S Richards
zuu6k at juno.com
Fri Sep 10 10:50:07 EDT 2004
I am interested in theTektronix 50mc scope. What do you think it would
cost to ship it to Zip 93065? Thanks, Don.
Ed Richards K6UUZ
On Thu, 9 Sep 2004 14:17:36 -0400 "Merz Donald S" <merz.ds at mellon.com>
> FOR SALE
> Drake TR-4 with RV-4 VFO in top mount above TR-4. Package also
> includes Drake AC-4 supply, and DC-4 supply for mobile use. With
> manuals and cables. Good but not great cosmetic condition with fan
> mounted externally above final cage. Also with some scratches and
> other marks. I have used this rig repeatedly on a number of bands
> and I can guarantee that it is working well. $320
> Tektronix 453 oscilloscope. Solid 50Mhz bench scope in good looking
> and good working condition--on one channel only. Dead on channel B.
> Bright trace and beautiful front panel. With original front panel
> cover. In good shape. Use as single channel scope or fix channel B.
> I think this scope uses Nuvistor tubes. $40
> HP 5245L frequency counter. Nixie tubes! Looks well-used and just
> okay with many dings, scrapes, removed tags and such. With 50-500mhz
> plug-in and copy of the military manual set for this counter.
> Working well. $35
> Tek 203 'scope cart with the 2 big drawers below and power outlets
> on rear. Tilts nice. Good casters and useful bottom shelf. Needs
> cleaned but will clean up into very nice condition. The 203
> SCOPE-MOBILE® Cart is designed to hold the following Tektronix
> products: 7403N, 7313, 7613, 7623, 7623A, 7633, 7603, 5100-Series,
> and 5400-Series. $25 plus shipping (ugh!)
> HP 3300A Function Generator with matching HP 3305A sweep plug-in.
> Covers 0-100khz. Sine, square and Triangle output. With manual
> copies for both units. Looks good but has some dings and label
> residue. Untested. As-is. $50
> General Radio 740B capacity bridge. Typical older (black) GR bridge
> with tilt legs on back of case for convenient angle on the bench.
> Uses 6E5 eye tube for balance indicator. Was supposed to have a lid
> but I don't have one. The little 2-prong recessed male line
> connector has been removed and replaced with a captive line cord.
> Otherwise, I think this is all original. The front panel has several
> inventory tags on it and a rough spot where I assume a calibration
> tag was. I think the 6E5 eye tube originally had a hood on it, but
> that is missing here. Inside, the unit is like new with typical GR
> museum-quality construction practices. Untested. This uses a 6X5
> rectifier and an aluminum can electrolytic filter. I was reluctant
> to plug this in without taking the time to reform the cap. But that
> is just about the only possible suspect component. So I expect that
> this either works as-is or can be brought back by replacing one cap.
> As-is. $29
> Another General Radio 740B capacity bridge. This one seems to be
> older than the one above. It is not in as good condition either. The
> knob style is different and I believe that one knob is wrong. It has
> the tilt legs on back of case for convenient angle on the bench but
> no lid on this one either. Uses 6E5 eye tube for balance indicator.
> The little 2-prong recessed male line connector is intact on this
> one. The front panel has some tag mess on it and some oxidation
> damage. This ain't no beauty queen. The 6E5 eye tube hood is present
> but has several dings in it. Inside, the unit is like new. This uses
> the same 6X5 rectifier/electrolytic filter cap setup and I have not
> plugged it in. I do think that this either works as-is or can be
> brought back by replacing one cap. Untested. As-is. $14
> Military WWII TS-34/AP ocilloscope. These WWII-era test
> oscilloscopes with their distinctive shape and rubber viewing hood
> used to be common in surplus. But like the command sets, now they
> are somewhat harder to find. This one is in nice original shape and
> has the rubber hood. $29
> Bendix RA-12 receiver. WWII-vintage I think. Heavily ham modified
> with AC power supply and big, screened-off hole in top for air flow.
> Front panel is basically gone and replaced with what was supposed to
> be a conventional slide rule dial. But the dial and bezel are loose
> and the dial string is broken. The front may have had some motor
> drive on it for remote tuning at one time. But that is all gone. The
> radio was originally painted gray but is now black. Believe it or
> not, this thing works and ain't too bad. It covers LF and HF up to
> 9.5mhz. As-is. Only for the adventurous. $49
> Heathkit C-2 Condenser Checker. 1952-vintage with Heath Company HC
> crown logo. Front panel is pretty good with a few small paint dings.
> Cabinet is poor due to rust. Tuning Eye. No holes or modifications.
> I cleaned this up and it is quite appealing in a restoration
> context. Possibly still useful for BA restoration. Untested. As-is.
> Heathkit RF Generator. Also from the 1952 Heathkit line with the
> words "RF Generator" across a sine wave in the upper left corner.
> This matches the cap checker above in panel design and it is the
> same size and shape. So these 2 look like fraternal twins. Excellent
> front panel. Cabinet has some rust and marks on the paint. Clean. No
> holes or modifications. $15
> Heathkit T-2 Signal Tracer. Also from the 1952 Heathkit line with
> the same
> Panel style as the 2 items above. All 3 of these have the same
> knobs, same
> panel styling and are the exact same size and shape. This tracer has
> paint chips on the front panel. But the cabinet is better than the 2
> above. No holes or modifications that I see. Needs cleaned and needs
> a new
> Line cord. $15
> Three Heathkits above for $30.
> Thanks for looking.
> 73, Don Merz, N3RHT
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