[AMRadio] what is this old power supply?


bcarling at cfl.rr.com bcarling at cfl.rr.com
Thu Sep 15 07:41:06 EDT 2005


If it says A*M with the crown, then that is British Admiralty
equipment...

Could it possibly be a power supply for a T1154 Transmitter?

On 14 Sep 2005 at 22:31, Patrick Jankowiak wrote:

> I've found a power supply, green front panel, rackmount, sockets for four 
> VT-145 tubes.
> 
> label #1:
> 
> POWER UNIT TYPE 5008/9
> REF NO 110K/525
> A*M  NR 2080
> 
> (the * is a symbol of a crown)
> 
> 
> label #2:
> 
> SIGNAL CORPS U.S. ARMY
> POWER SUPPLY PANEL PN-12A
> 
> It looks like high and low B+, and filament supplies for something. On the 
> rear chassis face is a big ceramic terminal for the high voltage and a long 
> terminal strip of about 20 terminals for everything else.
> 
> Has 2 chokes A27094
> transformer A27090
> transformer A103004
> 
> Anyone know what this is part of, and where a wiring diagram might be had?
> 
> It is weighty.
> 
> Thanks,
> Patrick
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