[AMRadio] Inca Transformers

Don Merz n3rht at yahoo.com
Tue May 8 21:30:11 EDT 2007

Inca was a subsidiary of Phelps Dodge Copper Co.,
based in L. A. The only Inca catalog I have ever seen
is the one I have--mysteriously marked Bulletin No.
L-31 but having no date on it.

Sadly, neither of the numbers you asked about are
listed--nor anything even close. All the numbers are a
single letter followed by a hyphen and a one or
two-digit number.

Good luck.
73, Don Merz, N3RHT

--- David Hollander <n7rk at cox.net> wrote:

> I have a couple of what I believe are Inca
> transformers. The number sra 
> C5133Q and S95Q or 895Q (the marking is almost
> gone).
> Aside from the legend of these containing the Inca's
> gold, does anyone 
> recognize these numbers and/or have info? Inca
> transformer catalogs seem 
> to be harder to find then the transformers.
> Tnx es 73,
> Dave N7RK
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