|[AMRadio] Another BC-610 Question|
James M. Walker
chejmw at acsu.buffalo.edu
Wed Sep 19 09:13:32 EDT 2007
Grainger, Home Depot if you go to the Contractors counter, Richardson
on the web, or Mcmaster-Carr!
That's where I got mine and spares, for my BC-610(E&I). As for how I connect
it to AC I have a 30 Amp. line that runs to the operating position, where it
connected to a 0 - 130 VAC Variac @ 30 Amps, the output goes to the cable
with the Hubble connector that connects to the transmitter.
Query, did you check the wiring to your transformers, specifically the
transformer for the 250TH? Adjustments to the front panel control (FIL) when
set at 5 VAC on the meter ensure that the AC input to the other AC
is correct. It is advisable to check where they are strapped to as in some
folks have changed the settings on one or more of the AC inputs for whatever
"BC-610 I know it's portable, that's why it has four handles!"
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Goncalves" <davegoncalves at gmail.com>
To: <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Wednesday, September 19, 2007 8:04 AM
Subject: [AMRadio] Another BC-610 Question
> How do most of you BC-610 users out there connect the transmitter to AC? I
> see a twist-lock 2 prong connector on the back. I'm familiar with the
> prong twist-lock, but where does one get a two prong one?
> David Goncalves
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