[AMRadio] FS: R-48, TBX Key, HP 6438B, National 1-10, Literature,


n6dgy at kirtland.com n6dgy at kirtland.com
Wed Jul 12 14:40:37 EDT 2006


Hello Don,

I would be interested in your wirewrap materials.

Thanks!

Joe, N6DGY


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From: "Merz Donald S" <merz.ds at mellon.com>
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Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 14:48:13 -0400
Subject: [AMRadio] FS: R-48, TBX Key, HP 6438B, National 1-10, Literature,	
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> For Sale: BA Miscellany and Literature. All prices plus shipping unless 
> noted.
> 
>  
> 
> Hallicrafters R-48 speaker. All original. No holes. Nice looking except for 
> some nicotine which Gojo will take off easily. This is the one with the 
> VOICE/FIDELITY slide switch in the rear upper corner. It should clean up 
> to excellent condition. $59
> 
>  
> 
> Military WWII USMC TBX transmitter key. This is the one that clips onto the 
> 2 studs on top of the TBX cabinet--waterproofed in a rubber boot. The 
> rubber is in good, pliable condition. Nice shape. $69 plus $8 US FRB 
> mailing.
> 
>  
> 
> T/R tubes. These were used in RADAR systems like BC-961 to switch off the 
> receiver while the transmitter was sending it’s pulses. I’m not sure 
> how they did this. They are small glass cylinders with 2 elements that 
> look like fixed vacuum caps. Westinghouse 1B32/532A. 4 available, 3 NOSB. 
> $5 each or 4 for $15 plus $8 US FRB mailing.
> 
>  
> 
> Jennings JCS 500 fixed vacuum cap, 3 inches diameter, 5 inches long with 
> mounting flanges. 15,000 volt rating. I assume the “500” in the model 
> number means 500 mmf. Brand new in the original military packaging dated 
> 5/63. $49
> 
>  
> 
> Aircraft Radio Corp. Power Unit Type P-12. This is a dynamotor mount and 
> connection point for the gray post-war command set radios. $19 plus $8 US 
> FRB mailing.
> 
>  
> 
> HP 6438B rack mount variable power supply. 0-60V at 0-5A both regulated. 
> All solid state. 3.5 inch high rack mount. Output connections front and 
> rear. Top quality supply working perfectly. $69 Weighs 40 pounds.
> 
>  
> 
> Wire wrap stuff. This is a plastic seamstress’s box with 3 spools of wire 
> wrap wire, 10 different sizes of wire wrap IC sockets, a wire wrap tool, 
> some wire wrap studs for PC board mounting and other bits and sundry for 
> wire wrap projects. $10/all plus $8 US FRB mailing.
> 
>  
> 
> HAL ST-5000 Teletype TU in excellent looking and working condition. $45
> 
>  
> 
> National 1-10 receiver parts units. I have 2 of these, both of which have 
> had the PW dial and gearbox removed. One has the chart frame missing. The 
> other has the dial pointer missing. They have clean paint and are clean 
> inside. With original knobs. One has a set of coils in it. The other has 
> none. One has a plug on the end of the cloth power cord, the other 
> doesn’t. One has all the tubes, the other doesn’t. Neither one has 
> the bottom cover. Both have the original National audio transformer. One 
> has a gray chassis and has been MFP’ed--I think it is ex-military. The 
> other has a black chassis and is not MFP’ed. Anyway, these would make a 
> great foundation for a one-tube 2-tube or 3-tube HF regen receiver. You 
> could even use the original National audio transformer. The power supply 
> would probably have to be external--or very small. Your HF dial could 
> cover up the hole for the PW dial. There’s three other controls and one 
> toggle switch that you could probably re-use ion your regenny. $60 for 
> both parts sets. 
> 
>  
> 
> NOS HoldFast Waxed Lacing No. 6-4 cord, Ludlow manufacturing. Package of 
> NOS lacing cord probably 50 years old or more. It doesn’t give the 
> length but it must be 3-500 feet or more. Typically used to lace wiring 
> and short cable runs for military gear and well-made commercial gear. $7
> 
>  
> 
> LITERATURE
> 
>  
> 
> Tektronix Vertical Amplifier Circuits book by Bob Orwiler, Tektronix 
> paperback, 1969, about 500 pages. More than you ever wanted to know about 
> ‘scope vertical amplifiers. Both tube and solid state designs are 
> covered. $19
> 
>  
> 
> ARRL Hints and Kinks Volume 2, 1937. This is in excellent original 
> condition with a nick or two at the cover edges, but otherwise very 
> clean. $12
> 
>  
> 
> 73 Magazine, 1963  and 1966 Surplus Issues. Great references, Good shape. 
> $2/both
> 
>  
> 
> National VFO-62 promotional card. This is a 5x7 card with a color pic of 
> this VFO filling one side and a features list on the other. Excellent 
> condition. $4
> 
>  
> 
> Globe electronics brochure set. 4 double-sided, 2-color pages cover the 
> Globe Chief Deluxe, Pocketphone, Mobiline Six, and a page with the full 
> ham gear line--Globe King 500C, Scout, Hi-Bander, etc. These pages show 
> some slight fading at the edges but are otherwise nice. $9/all.
> 
>  
> 
> Slurzberg and Osterheld, Essentials of Electricity--Electronics, 3rd ed., 
> 1965, McGraw-Hill hardback, 650 pages, excellent shape. Math and theory. 
> $7
> 
>  
> 
> Slurzberg and Osterheld, Essentials of Communications Electronics, 3rd ed., 
> 1973, McGraw-Hill hardback, 800 pages, excellent shape. Lots of radio 
> circuits and circuit analysis. Probably designed as a practical 
> application companion to the book above. $7
> 
>  
> 
> Byron Kretzman, The New RTTY Handbook, Cowan paperback, 1965, the classic 
> and essential RTTY bible for mechanical Teletype machine users. Some wear 
> and yellowing of spine. $7
> 
>  
> 
> Jim Fisk, Parametric Amplifiers, 73 Magazine, 1964, 71 page paperback. $2
> 
>  
> 
> IRC resist-o-guide translates resistor color codes into the actual resistor 
> values by turning the 3 little dials. 1963. Excellent. $2
> 
>  
> 
> Hugo Gernsback, Radio and TV Test Instruments, Gernsback paperback, 1953, 
> 130 pages. A book of test gear projects. GDO, ‘scope, VTVM, RLC Bridge 
> and lots more. Well-done. Interesting projects. Nice shape. $8
> 
>  
> 
> Ed Bukstein, Basic Servomechanisms, Hole Rinehart hardback, 200 pages, 
> 1963. Clear, practical text covering tube and solid state servo control 
> circuits. Many diagrams and pics. Excellent condition--some underlining 
> in text. $8
> 
>  
> 
> Hickok Obsolete Tube Type Test Data for Models 6000, 6000A and 6005. Covers 
> coming apart at spine. Covers dirty. $8
> 
>  
> 
> Hickok European Tube Types Test Data for Models 6000-6000A and 6005. Dated 
> 5-1-63. No covers. 11 pages. $8
> 
>  
> 
> Hickok Test data chart set. This is a bunch of about 40 loose pages with 
> covers which have split and the pages have all become disorganized. You 
> will need to sort the pages and re-assemble this thing. As-is. $5.
> 
>  
> 
> Thanks for looking.
> 
> 73, Don Merz, N3RHT
> 
>  
> 
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