[AMRadio] Cabinet for the T-368 exciter?

sbjohnston at aol.com sbjohnston at aol.com
Mon Mar 23 23:42:13 EDT 2009

>I wound up mounting it on one side of a rack panel, and the power 
supply on the other side.

That's a real good idea.  But I'm wanting to put it in a box of some 
kind, as I tend to use it for driving all sorts of different rigs, and 
it would be nice to have a self-contained desktop package.

Maybe I'll try and make something out of wood.

Steve WD8DAS

sbjohnston at aol.com
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Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Cabinet for the T-368 exciter?

At 12:42 PM 3/23/2009, sbjohnston at aol.com wrote:

>I'd like to find or make a cabinet of some kind to house my T-368
>exciter deck which I use as a VFO.  So far I've not come up with
>anything, either for the exciter alone or with some extra space to
>build a power supply into.  Anyone have any suggestions?
>Basic dimensions of the chassis are about 6 inches tall, by 10 inches
>wide, by 12 inches deep.
>Steve WD8DAS
>sbjohnston at aol.com

Howdy, Steve!

Housing those critters is a definite problem to deal with; on mine, I
wound up mounting it
on one side of a rack panel, and the power supply on the other side.

Mr. T. W9LBB

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