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House Cleaning - Free Items

  • 16 Jun 2020 1:02 PM
    Message # 9041191

    I have a number of radio and electronic related items to give away for free.  Check back to this topic often to see updates.

    1. More than a dozen workstation switching power supplies made by Astec. Two versions, one is 50 watts, the other is 65 watts.  The 65 watt provides +5v@6A, +12v@1.2A, +12v@2.1A and -12v@0.25A.  The 50 watt provides +12v@2.5A, +5v@6A, +5v@0.5A and -12v@0.5a.  They were removed from working systems mid 1990's.

    2.  Old Headset (make unknown) PJ-055B plug.

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    6.  Furuno Loran-C Plotter LP-10000 and manual.

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    8.  Argus Technologies (now Alpha Technologies)  52 volt/48 volt 30 amp power supply / battery charger.

    Ritchie VE6RPL

    email: ve6rpl@gmail.com

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    Last modified: 04 Jul 2020 7:51 PM | Ritchie Long
  • 17 Jun 2020 11:09 AM
    Reply # 9043192 on 9041191

    Midland Mobile Radio Model 70-1336A.  Believed to be VHF.  Condition unknown.


    Does it have the mic?

  • 18 Jun 2020 9:18 AM
    Reply # 9045220 on 9043192
    Kevin Scott wrote:

    Midland Mobile Radio Model 70-1336A.  Believed to be VHF.  Condition unknown.


    Does it have the mic?


    It did at one point.  I haven’t come across it yet in our house cleaning. Once I do, it will go with the radio.  Ritchie
    Last modified: 18 Jun 2020 4:19 PM | Ritchie Long
  • 18 Jun 2020 3:57 PM
    Reply # 9046234 on 9041191

    HI Ritchie

    Re: the Midland radio, it is a low band VHF that will tune into the ham band.

    The bad part, you need the software and a special programmer to program it.

    The good part, I have both, so if anybody picks up the radio I should be able to program it for amateur use.

    Do you know if it has the optional CTCSS board?

    Gerry

    VE6QLT


  • 18 Jun 2020 4:21 PM
    Reply # 9046250 on 9046234
    Gerry MacDonald wrote:

    HI Ritchie

    Re: the Midland radio, it is a low band VHF that will tune into the ham band.

    The bad part, you need the software and a special programmer to program it.

    The good part, I have both, so if anybody picks up the radio I should be able to program it for amateur use.

    Do you know if it has the optional CTCSS board?

    Gerry

    VE6QLT


    Not sure if it has the CTCSS board. Is there an easy way of telling wihout opening up?

    Ritchie VE6RPL

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