And a piece of 1/4 inch steel plate to weight the whole thing so
it will stay put. The original Model 301 has such a plate.
Johnson City, in northeast TN
Behalf Of Joe L Blackwell
Sent: Sunday, October 17, 1999 11:52 PM
Subject: Re: [TenTec] Model 301
Hi Dale, it's a parts kit. Contains the encoder, a wiring plug to
encoder, an Omni VI style knob, an aluminum enclosure, rubber
the Ten-Tec punch-on logo, and a hand drawing for wiring the
to a DB-25 connector. User supplies the 4-wire cable and a DB-25.
I got one back in the summer (spring?). Seems the kit was $95.
What's lacking? I'd say about a 40 percent discount.
73, de Joe AA4NN
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