I home brewed a remote, got the encoder from TT and the rest at Radio
Shack . It just fit in a small plastic project box about the size of a
bar of soap. Used a one inch knob I can roll with my thumb and it has 6
foot of cable on it, used the owners manual for the pinouts on the plug.
It's really the cats pajamas, I can hold it in my left hand to tune while
my right is running the Bug. Run straight CW or A-B split as RIT we're
talking the ultimate CW machine! If you can find one buy it and if you
can't then build it either way you'll love it! Now if I can find one of
those funny hats with a coffee cup and straw built in!
*Ten-Tec* Way out in front !
Dar dar dittledit dittlede dar dar -Jeff-
On Thu, 14 Oct 1999 17:43:21 -0500 "Dale L. Martin" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> First, Carl, call them on the phone and ask them. I think it's
> a toll free call if you call their 1-800 number, If they are,
> buy one.
> If they are not producing them, (I'm sure they are, since they
> restarted only recently), then check out my website and my 301 I
> built from their parts. The parts list is very extensive: (1)
> Oak-Grigsby rotary encoder, (2) connector for the encoder, (3)
> box for the encoder, (4) Knob for the encoder, (5) cable for the
> encoder and (6) DB25 connector. That's it. The schematic and
> maybe even the parts list is on my website. So, if T-T is not
> making the kits (I think that's the extent of their production of
> them this time), roll your own!! It's Ham Radio, after all! :-)
> dale, kg5u
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