Funny you would ask that question.
I have obtained a similar rotor as well.
No markings on the bell housing, however, it does have all 8 terminals (which
need cleaning) and it has in stamped numbers on the
H4 Assuming "Ham4"
S1 don't know
JAN80 probably Manu date
I have downloaded the manual for a HAMIV assuming it is one. After going
through all the tests and calibration procedures, it seems
to be working FB using my CDE controller.
Like you I am wondering if I am correct in the model number also and would like
to confirm it (but don't know how either) before
ordering general parts or before rebuilding it and taking it apart to repack
If you find out
how to read one
please let me know also.
73 fer nw,
10X# 37210, FP#-1141
SMIRK#-5177, RARS #-149
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Larry Comden
> Sent: Monday, July 03, 2006 3:59 PM
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> Subject: [TowerTalk] Identifying A Rotator
> I have a rotator from the estate of an old friend and fellow
> pack-rat. There are no identifying marks on the cast aluminum
> body BUT it resembles the typical HyGain product. The bottom
> entry terminal strip has only four terminals not the 5 or 8
> I'd expect from a current HyGain rotator.
> Terminal 2 shows no continuity to terminals 1, 3 and 4. There
> a low ohms readings among the other three terminal.
> Can anyone help me identify this?
> TIA and 73
> Larry K3VX
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